Name: Frederick Lincoln Burdick
From: The Sabbath Recorder, Milton,
Date: November 4, 1940
Fred Lincoln Burdick, son of Zuriel Weeden and Angeline (Fuller) Burdick, was
born March 18, 1869, at Transit, Minn., and died October 2, 1940, at his home in
Milton Junction, Wis.
His parents returned to Wisconsin and Fred grew to manhood at Milton Junction, attended public school there, and college at Milton. He was baptized and united with the Milton Junction Seventh Day Baptist Church in early life, and remained a faithful member till death.
On October 8, 1892, he married Lou Frink, who with their only son, Rex, of Madison, Wis., and two grandchildren, survives him, as do a stepbrother Arthur Williams, and many cousins.
Farewell services were conducted from the Seventh Day Baptist church at Milton Junction, October 5, 1940. Rev. J. F. Randolph conducted the service assisted by Dr. Edwin Shaw. Interment was at Milton Junction. J. F. R.