written by Ellen M. Rohr
Norman H. Jindra, son of Georg Jindra and Maria Lenhardt, was born on 3 Dec 1897 in Wisconsin and died in 1923 at age 26. The cause of his death was Leukemia.
Norman was a short man of medium build. He had blue eyes and light hair. In 1918 he was working on the family farm. In 1920 we find him twice on the census, in his parents house and also boarding with his sister, Anna (Jindra) Stoer in the Town of Two Rivers. He was working there as a laborer.
Norman never married. He was buried in Mishicot Cemetery.