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Anna (Kalina) David

1871 - 1946


Mrs. Charles David, Sr., 1001 South Tenth Street, a widely known Watertown resident, died September 21, 1946, at her home.


Her death was quite sudden and was due to natural causes.


She was the former Anna Kalina and was born in Watertown 75 years earlier, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kalina, Sr. In 1897 she and Mr. Charles David were married in St. Henry's Catholic Church.


Mrs. David was a member of St. Henry's and of the Christian Mothers' Confraternity as well as the Catholic Woman's Club.


A woman of kind instincts, Mrs. David was held in high regard by her many friends and acquaintances throughout the city. News of her death came as a shock to them in the community.


The funeral was held from the Boyle funeral home with services in St. Henry's church. The Rev. Mark Mueller officiated. Burial was in St. Henry's Cemetery.




Husband                 Head of the Charles David Sons' paint business

Daughter                Mrs. Harry Manning, Clyman

Son                     Alvin, Milwaukee

Son                     Charles, Jr., Watertown

Son                     Paul, Watertown




Daughter                Mrs. Leona Manning


There were two sisters, Mrs. Frances Flesar and Miss Elizabeth Kalina, this city; and one brother, Matt Kalina, Milwaukee. There were 13 grandchildren.




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