John Laverne Niemann Jr

M, b. 12 April 1922, d. 7 January 1996
John Niemann Jr.
Ruth, Vera and John Niemann
John Niemann Jr & Family
John Niemann Jr circa 1953
     John Laverne Niemann Jr was born on 12 April 1922 at Whitemound, Franklin Township, Sauk, Wisconsin, also reported as Loganville. He was the son of John Henry Niemann and Rose Ellen Kaney. John Laverne Niemann Jr married Naomi Prieskorn Mercer, daughter of Fred Wallace Mercer and Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn, on 12 April 1944 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin, The marriage of Miss Naomi Mercer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer, Spring Green, to John L. Niemann, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Niemann of Loganville, took place Apr. 12 in St. Patrick's church at Spring Green.1
Marriage of John Niemann Jr and Naomi Mercer 12 April 1944
Marriage Certificate of John Niemann and Naomi Mercer 12 Apr 1944
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 17, 1944 - marriage of Naomi Mercer and John Niemann Jr
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 17, 1944 - article - marriage of Naomi Mercer and John Niemann Jr
John Laverne Niemann Jr died on 7 January 1996 at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 73 John Niemann Jr obituary.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal January 10, 1996 - John Niemann Jr obituary - part 1
Madison Wisconsin State Journal January 10, 1996 - John Niemann Jr obituary - part 2
He was buried on 12 January 1996 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
John Laverne Niemann Jr - funeral flyer
John L and Naomi M Niemann tombstone

     He was a farmer; raised cattle. John Laverne Niemann Jr was also known as Johnie. He and Naomi Prieskorn Mercer were John and Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer May 10, 1942.
John Niemann, Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer May 10, 1942
On 6 April 1928 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman and children, White Mound, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. (Madison Capital Times April 6, 1928). Circa 1930 at Sauk, Wisconsin.
Vera Ruth and John Niemann circa 1930
John Laverne Niemann Jr was listed as a son in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1930 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.3 John Laverne Niemann Jr was graduated in 1936 at Rural School Graduates (Valley View), Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin, Valley View School, Loganville, R.2 – Teresa Volk, teacher – Officers: Walter Liegel, Frank Schweitzer & John H. Liegel all with a Loganville, R.1 address. He was educated in 1940 at through 3 years of high school. He was listed as a son in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1940 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 In April 1947 Emmett Kaney sale at farm, attended by John Niemann and John Jr. Article written by Ed Mercer, Mrs. John Niemann Jr's 2nd cousin.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 14, 1947 - Emmett Kaney sale at farm, attended by John Niemann and John Jr. Article written by Ed Mercer, Mrs. John Niemann Jr's 2nd cousin.
In September 1947 Mr and Mrs John L Niemann demonstrate bow and arrow.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal September 21, 1947 - Mr and Mrs John L Niemann demonstrate bow and arrow
Circa 1949.
John and Naomi Niemann circa 1949
John and Naomi Niemann circa 1949
On 20 November 1952 John Niemann, Loganville, bagged a 120-pound doe Sunday while deer-hunting with a bow and arrow.
John Niemann, Loganville, bagged a 120-pound doe Sunday while deer-hunting with a bow and arrow. 20 Nov 1952
John Laverne Niemann Jr obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin. On 25 December 1960 School Consolidation Set in Loganville Area. John Niemann Jr. on site committee.
School Consolidation Set in Loganville Area. John Niemann Jr. on site committee. 25 Dec 1960
As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: Dad went to the one-room country school a mile or so down the valley. There was one out house for the girls and one for the boys. The girls out house had a knot hole in the back in a low area which had fallen out. When the guys would hear a girl go into the toilet, they would run to the back of the toilet. Why you may ask? Not to peek, but to grab a stick and poke it in the hole to scare the girls. One day dad heard the door slam. He ran around back, grabbed the stick, poked it in the hole and began to rattle it around. Suddenly he hear a "squawK'. He dropped the stick and ran as fast as he could. He had poked the teacher in the butt! She came out of the toilet and scrutenized the kids. He said, "his heart was beating a mile a minute". He tried to look involved in what ever the kids were doing, not looking her way. Must of worked. None of the kids knew what had happened. She didn't figure it out. I don't remember him saying what ever happened to the knot hole. As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: Then there's the story of how Mom & Dad met at the state fair. Her calf was eating his calf's food. Dad was mad. He looked at the name of the kid who's calf was doing this. Saw the name "Naomi", and decided it was an Indian kid. Thought he was going to give that guy a piece of his mind and then discovered, "he" was a "she".
Father*John Henry Niemann b. 16 Oct 1886, d. 5 Jul 1969
Mother*Rose Ellen Kaney b. 11 Mar 1890, d. 13 Aug 1968

Citations

  1. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 135.
  2. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 97.
  3. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-13. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 19.
  4. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 126. Sheet 9a. ED56-14.

Naomi Prieskorn Mercer

F, b. 4 March 1924, d. 8 July 1975
Naomi Mercer
Naomi Mercer 1940s
Naomi Niemann and son Johnny circa 1953
     Naomi Prieskorn Mercer was born on 4 March 1924 at Bertha was 44 when she had her daughter Naomi, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, Birth Certificate from State of Wisconsin Bureau of Vital Statistics. Place of Birth County of SAUK Township of SPRING GREEN. Page No. 6. Full Name of Child: NAOMI PRIESKORN MERCER. Stillborn: NO. Was child deformed or physically defective: NO. Sex of Child: FEMALE. Color or Race: WHITE. Twin, triplet, or other? SINGLE. Number in order of birth: 3RD. legitimate? YES. Date of Birth: MARCH 4 1924 Father:FRED MERCER Mother:
BERTHA PRIESKORN Residence: both SPRING GREEN. Color or Race: both WHITE. Age at last Birthday: 46, 43
Birthplace: WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS
Occupation: FARMER , HOUSE-WIFE
Number of children of this mother: a)born alive and now living = 2 b)born alive but now dead = 1 c)stillborn = --. What preventative for ophthalmia neonatorum did you use? SILVER NITRATE ZOLIN. Certificate of attending physician or midwife: I hereby certify that I attended the birth of this child, and that it occurred on MARCH 4, 1924 at 7A.M., on the date stated above. Signature (CMORVAHL) PHYSICIAN OF SPRING GREEN Filed MARCH 8, 1924 EDWARD EVANS REGISTRAR.1 She was the daughter of Fred Wallace Mercer and Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn. Naomi Prieskorn Mercer married John Laverne Niemann Jr, son of John Henry Niemann and Rose Ellen Kaney, on 12 April 1944 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin, The marriage of Miss Naomi Mercer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer, Spring Green, to John L. Niemann, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Niemann of Loganville, took place Apr. 12 in St. Patrick's church at Spring Green.2
Marriage of John Niemann Jr and Naomi Mercer 12 April 1944
Marriage Certificate of John Niemann and Naomi Mercer 12 Apr 1944
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 17, 1944 - marriage of Naomi Mercer and John Niemann Jr
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 17, 1944 - article - marriage of Naomi Mercer and John Niemann Jr
Naomi Prieskorn Mercer died on 8 July 1975 at Richland, Wisconsin, at age 51. She was buried after 8 July 1975 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Wisconsin.3
John L and Naomi M Niemann tombstone

     She and John Laverne Niemann Jr were John and Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer May 10, 1942.
John Niemann, Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer May 10, 1942
Naomi Prieskorn Mercer was listed as a daughter in Fred Wallace Mercer's household on the 1930 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Carl Mercer.4 In 1934 photo of Fred, Bertha, Naomi and adopted son Edgar Mercer. Naomi Prieskorn Mercer was educated in 1940 at through 3 years of high school. She was listed as a daughter in Fred Wallace Mercer's household on the 1940 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; living between Joseph A. Lins and his brother Ralph W. E. Mercer.5 On 30 November 1941 at Sauk, Wisconsin, Fred and Bertha (Prieskorn) Mercer 30th wedding annivesary surprise party. Naomi Prieskorn Mercer was honored at Sr. Class Play "The Love Expert"; role of Mrs. Tremain, Spring Green, Wisconsin, in 1942.
Naomi Mercer in senior class play
She graduated from high school at WI, in 1942. School: High School diploma; Spring Green High School.
Naomi Mercer high school graduation 1942
On 17 August 1942 Naomi Mercer is Wisconsin State Journal correspondent at Spring Green.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal August 17, 1942 - Naomi Mercer is Wisconsin State Journal correspondent at Spring Green
As of 12 April 1944,her married name was Niemann.2 In April 1947 Emmett Kaney sale at farm, attended by John Niemann and John Jr. Article written by Ed Mercer, Mrs. John Niemann Jr's 2nd cousin. Circa 1949.
John and Naomi Niemann circa 1949
John and Naomi Niemann circa 1949
As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: Then there's the story of how Mom & Dad met at the state fair. Her calf was eating his calf's food. Dad was mad. He looked at the name of the kid who's calf was doing this. Saw the name "Naomi", and decided it was an Indian kid. Thought he was going to give that guy a piece of his mind and then discovered, "he" was a "she". As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: How many deer did my mother shoot on just one hunting trip? Three, she was an excellent shot. She Rememberances about Naomi Niemann from her daughter Linda, provided to Linda's niece Heather Abrahamson 4/2008: "Your Grandmother loved flowers! She had the wonderfully smelling peonies that marked the start of Spring. Each year huge bushes flanked our farm house to the east. Mom had white, pale pink and the crimson magenta varieties. I think the last color was my favorite. I would, as a young girl, bring them in by the bouquets and adorn the house with them. They always smelled so sweet. But, then came the ants. They wiggled their way from the blossoms onto the kitchen table. There I would mindlessly squash them. (Today, however, I would carry them to the outside where they belonged; they were not hurting anybody anyway.)
Mom planted a massive flower garden directly east of this area as well. There were long (and I mean long!) rows of gladiolas in rainbow colors. Yellow, pink, white, orange, purple...I cannot recall them all. They stood majestic until the first good Spring rainstorm toppled them! It did not dismay my mother from replanting the following year. She also had bachelor buttons, carnations, marigolds and another favorite of mine: snap dragons. I always wondered how they were so aptly named. They were as unusual looking as their name sounded.
In a long trail running north to south of the house, edging the yard in front of the house, dozens of daffodils sprung up. There were mostly deep yellow ones, with a large bell and lighter-colored daffodils, too. It was amongst these that another treasure grew. The deep purpled iris! Gosh, they were beautiful! Cranberry colored ones grew, too, but mostly the former were dominant. Fresh asparagus grew between flower stalks. They were sweet and tender. So plentiful were they, that it was hard to keep up with at times. I cut them as I was instructed to do, but thankfully was never mandated to eat them!
Dad had built an outdoor grill north of the house quite possibly before I was born in 1955. I don't remember. It was always fun to grill burgers and smell the bidding treat. The grill was surrounded by firey orange poppies. They grew tall and seemed to bow with the weight of the petal. They remained for a long while, too.
There were hollyhocks that adorned one side of the summer kitchen/wood house. I would fashion a bride from a white bell, a maid of honor from a deep pink one, then bridesmaids from remaining pastel pink bells. You see, I was taught to pinch off a bud for the head. If you peeled back the green at the base of the bud, tiny holes emerged. Then, you took the bell of the flower, leave a tiny bit of stem and pushed the stem into the bud's aperture. I lined them up accordingly as I played on the summer kitchen's single stone step. It felt good to be a part of a beautiful wedding for the day!
Have you seen orange tiger lilies? They were the only neighbor to the rhubarb plants that grew each year. They seemed to fit perfectly together and thrived from the best fertilizer one had...the outhouse. Yes, I said outhouse. They grew directly behind it. Asparagus flourished here, too. I guess mom liked her asparagus! As your Grandma Naomi was a superb baker, she made delicious rhubarb pies from her bounty as well.
I don't want to forget mentioning the lilac bush that decorated the side of the one car garage west of the house. When the 'tweedle-dee' of the red-winged blackbird announced Spring was upon us, one was sure to see and smell the lilac bush. It was taller than the garage and fairly wide. The dripping branches of flowers brought a fragrant smell when you entered the yard by car. It's singular beauty was there to greet you, too.
Perhaps it is no wonder that your Aunt Marcia became a Master gardener. I would say that all of us kids, in some way, have carried on this love of flora. Your grandmother's favorite flower? She may have had more than one, but I remember she loved the sweet smell of the delicate gardenia. Aunt Marcia so honored her with a gardenia corsage when she and Uncle Evan married in 1971. It was a good memory."
Father*Fred Wallace Mercer b. 12 Oct 1875, d. 22 Mar 1942
Mother*Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn b. 23 Sep 1880, d. 19 Nov 1951

Citations

  1. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 134.
  2. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 135.
  3. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 97.
  4. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-34. Dwelling 5.
  5. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-36. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 6.

Emil Fredrick William Friede

M, b. 3 January 1913, d. 25 February 1967
Emil William Frederick Friede
Emil Fredrick Friede circa 1920
Emil Friede and son Richard Friede
Emil Friede and sister Louise Friede 1915
Emil and Viola Friede
Emil Friede
     Emil Fredrick William Friede was born on 3 January 1913 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of William Henry Albert Friede and Louise Emille Augusta Schrank. Emil Fredrick William Friede married Viola Loretta McClain, daughter of Arthur James McClain and Anna Margaret Richard, on 4 September 1940 at First Methodist Church, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, by Pastor Frye.1
Madison Wisconsin State Journal July 28, 1940 - Engagement of Viola McClain and Emil Friede
Emil Fredrick William Friede died on 25 February 1967 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 54 Emil Friede obituary.1
Madison Wisconsin State Journal February 26, 1967 - Emil Friede obituary
He was buried after 25 February 1967 at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
Emil F and Viola L Friede tombstone

     Emil Friede was a carpenter. Emil worked at Badger Ordinance Works near Baraboo, Wisconsin for several years then went into partnership with Friede Brother's Construction. He sold his interest around 1955, but continued to work for them. He built his own home on Mary Ave. in Reedsburg, doing most of the work himself. He was a member of St. Peter's Luth. Church of Reedsburg where he served on the Board of Elders, the finance committee, and the building committee for the new school as well as other church organizations.
Viola was a pastry cook for Manchesters in Madison before she was married. She also studied to be a beauty operator.3 He was listed as a son in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living at 625 Oak Street.4 In March 1926 at at the Henry Schrank home, Sauk, Wisconsin, Schrank family reunion; guest of honor William Schrank Sr. Emil Fredrick William Friede was listed as a son in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1930 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.5 Emil Fredrick William Friede was educated in 1940 at through 4 years of high school. He was a building contractor in 1940. He was listed as a son in Louise Emille Augusta Schrank's household on the 1940 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
Father*William Henry Albert Friede b. 20 Apr 1872, d. 6 Dec 1937
Mother*Louise Emille Augusta Schrank b. 1 Jan 1874, d. 10 Sep 1942

Citations

  1. [S11] Bible of Emil Friede.
  2. [S214] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 9, Pg 129.
  3. [S3] Jeanette (Felske) Mrs. Edward Schrank, William C. Schuette, Lorna (Klitzke) Mrs. Maurice Slaney, Sue (Parkhurst) Mrs. Roger "Jake" Steinhoust Your Heritage Committee. Marcella (Parkhurst) Mrs. Jerome Meurer, Schrank Family Heritage.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED175. Sheet 7. Ward 2. Stamp 188B line 61.
  5. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-30. Ward 2. Dwelling 450.
  6. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-32b. Dwelling 189. Sheet 9a.

Viola Loretta McClain1

F, b. 11 February 1916, d. 5 July 1978
Viola Loretta McClain
Viola Friede and son Richard
Viola McClain Friede
Emil and Viola Friede
     Viola Loretta McClain was born at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin, on 11 February 1916.2 She was the daughter of Arthur James McClain and Anna Margaret Richard. Viola Loretta McClain was baptized on 18 December 1938 at Methodist Church, Madison, Wisconsin, by Pastor Frye.2 She married Emil Fredrick William Friede, son of William Henry Albert Friede and Louise Emille Augusta Schrank, on 4 September 1940 at First Methodist Church, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, by Pastor Frye.2
Madison Wisconsin State Journal July 28, 1940 - Engagement of Viola McClain and Emil Friede
Viola Loretta McClain died on 5 July 1978 at from colon cancer, Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas, at age 62 Viola Loretta Friede, 62, Lawrence, Kansas, died Wednesday, July 5, 1978, in Lawrence, Kansas at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital. She was born on February 11, 1916 in Platteville to Arthur McClain and Anna Richards and was married on September 6, 1940 in Madison to Emil Friede who died February 25, 1967. She lived in Reedsburg and was a nurses aide and housewife. She was also a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Survivors include one son Richard, Lawrence, Kansas and one daughter (Barbara) Mrs. Wayne Merritt, Mobile, Alabama, five grandchildren; one brother, Arnold McClain, Rockford, Illinois; three sisters, Maude Wehnke, Platteville, Anna Mae Engelke, Platteville, Delores Gehrke, Bothel, Washington. Services were held on Saturday, July 8 at St. Peter's in Reedsburg with Rev. Dennis Hipenbecker officiating. Burial was at St. Peter's Cemetery.
Madison Capital Times July 6, 1978 - Viola McClain Friede obituary
She was buried after 5 July 1978 at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
Emil F and Viola L Friede tombstone

     Viola was a pastry cook for Manchesters in Madison before she was married. She also studied to be a beauty operator.1 She attended school at Milwaukee Accredited Beauty Culture School, Madison, Wisconsin.2 She was listed as a daughter in Arthur James McClain's household on the 1920 Census at Platteville Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.4 Viola Loretta McClain was listed as a servant for the Phillip F Spoerle family on the 1930 Census at Wingville, Grant, Wisconsin.5
1930 Wingville Grant WI ED56 - McClain, Viola L
She was a pastry cook at department store in 1940. She was listed as a lodger living with Minta Porter on the 1940 Census at Madison, Dane, Wisconsin; living at 105 West Wilson Street.6
1940 Census Madison Dane WI ED13-35 McClain, Viola sheet 16a
As of 6 September 1940,her married name was Friede. She was confirmed on 27 March 1941 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church by Pastor Carl Schinnerer.2 She obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas.. She lived in 1978 at Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas, Living with her son, Richard Friede.
Father*Arthur James McClain b. 26 Jun 1889, d. 7 Mar 1968
Mother*Anna Margaret Richard b. 31 Dec 1896, d. 31 Jan 1971

Citations

  1. [S3] Jeanette (Felske) Mrs. Edward Schrank, William C. Schuette, Lorna (Klitzke) Mrs. Maurice Slaney, Sue (Parkhurst) Mrs. Roger "Jake" Steinhoust Your Heritage Committee. Marcella (Parkhurst) Mrs. Jerome Meurer, Schrank Family Heritage.
  2. [S11] Bible of Emil Friede.
  3. [S214] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 9, Pg. 129.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 148 157, 159.
  5. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-56. Dwelling 71.
  6. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Madison, Dane, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4468; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 13-35.

Dennis Earl Schlieckau

M, b. 7 August 1944, d. 18 September 1967
     Dennis Earl Schlieckau was born on 7 August 1944. He was the son of George C. Schlieckau and Esther M. Getschman. Dennis Earl Schlieckau died on 18 September 1967, at age 23. He was buried after 18 September 1967 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, Row 2. SCHLIECKAU: Dennis E. Aug. 4, 1944 - Sept. 18, 1967, Husband and Father.1
     He obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence not specified.
Father*George C. Schlieckau b. 29 Apr 1904, d. 29 Dec 1999
Mother*Esther M. Getschman b. 26 May 1909, d. 9 Jul 1984

Citations

  1. [S179] Wisconsin Sauk County Cemetery Headstones Vol. 1, pg 76.

John Henry Niemann

M, b. 16 October 1886, d. 5 July 1969
John Niemann Sr circa 1949
John Niemann Sr circa 1949
John Henry Niemann signature 1917
John Henry Niemann signature 1942
     John Henry Niemann was born on 16 October 1886 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, also reported as 16 Oct 1887. He was the son of Carl Fred Niemann and Antoinette Tobias. John Henry Niemann married Rose Ellen Kaney, daughter of James Francis Kaney and Mary Anne Byrne, on 20 November 1907 at Riverside, Cook, Illinois, also reported as 03 Jul 1907.1
Marriage record of John Niemann and Nellie Kaney 20 Nov 1907 - Riverside, Cook, IL
John Henry Niemann died on 5 July 1969 at Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 82 John H Niemann (listed as Don), 82, obituary.
Madison Capital Times July 7, 1969 - John H Niemann (listed as Don), 82, obituary
He was buried after 5 July 1969 at St. Patricks Catholic Cemetery, New Loreto, Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, NIEMANN: John H. 1886-1969
Nellie 1890-1968 (nee KANEY).2
Niemann, John H + Nellie

     John Henry Niemann was also known as Johann. As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: Grandpa John (Sr. not Jr) had a nervous breakdown. He was share farming with ______ who died. The two had nothing on paper. Grandpa had purchased half the farm and equipment and livestock. The deceased partner's heirs won the court case and grandpa lost everything. That farm is just over the hill from the farm he bought later. John Henry Niemann was also known as Nieman. He lived with Carl Fred Niemann and Antoinette Tobias in October 1888 at Avenue L, between 105th and 106th St., Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois. John Henry Niemann was listed as a son in Carl Fred Niemann's household on the 1900 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Fred J. Klipstein.3 John Henry Niemann was confirmed on 23 March 1902 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
Confirmation record of Johann Niemann 23 Mar 1902 St Johns Leland WI
He was a dairyman in 1910. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Milton, DuPage, Illinois.5
1910 Milton DuPage IL ED206 - Neman (Niemann), John
On 5 June 1917 at World War I Draft Registration, Sauk, Wisconsin, reported wife and two children.
Niemann, John Henry - World War I Draft Registration Card
He was a farmer in 1920. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
1920 Franklin Twp Sauk WI ED164 - Niemann, John H + Prouty, Walter
On 6 April 1928 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman and children, White Mound, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. (Madison Capital Times April 6, 1928). He was a farmer in 1930. On 2 January 1930 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman and son, Darrell, and Audrey Sparling spent Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman.
Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman. 02 Jan 1930
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
1930 Franklin Sauk WI ED13 - Nieman (Niemann), John
He was educated in 1940 at through 8th grade. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.8
1940 Census Franklin Sauk WI ED56-14 Niemann, John
In 1942 at World War II Draft Registration, Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.
World War II Draft Registration 1942 John Henry Niemann
In April 1947 Emmett Kaney sale at farm, attended by John Niemann and John Jr. Article written by Ed Mercer, Mrs. John Niemann Jr's 2nd cousin. Circa 1949 Nellie and John Niemann Sr circa 1949.
Nellie and John Niemann Sr circa 1949
He obtained US Social Security Card at 388-40-8558 in at Wisconsin, in 1957.
Father*Carl Fred Niemann b. 28 Aug 1845, d. 1939
Mother*Antoinette Tobias b. Dec 1858, d. 1940

Children of John Henry Niemann and Rose Ellen Kaney

Citations

  1. [S385] Illinois, Illinois Marriages Cook County 1871-1920, FHL Film Number: 1030431.
  2. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 19.
  3. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 2A. Stamp 136. ED 134. Dwelling 26.
  4. [S386] Lutheran Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940.
  5. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED206. Stamp 245. Dwelling 128.
  6. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 35B, line 60 68,70.
  7. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-13. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 19.
  8. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 126. Sheet 9a. ED56-14.

Rose Ellen Kaney

F, b. 11 March 1890, d. 13 August 1968
Rose Ellen (Nellie) Kaney Niemann circa 1953
Nellie Kaney Niemann
Nellie and John Niemann Sr circa 1949
     Rose Ellen Kaney was born at Mitchell, Davison, South Dakota, on 11 March 1890. She was the daughter of James Francis Kaney and Mary Anne Byrne. Rose Ellen Kaney married John Henry Niemann, son of Carl Fred Niemann and Antoinette Tobias, on 20 November 1907 at Riverside, Cook, Illinois, also reported as 03 Jul 1907.1
Marriage record of John Niemann and Nellie Kaney 20 Nov 1907 - Riverside, Cook, IL
Rose Ellen Kaney died on 13 August 1968 at Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 78 Death notice of Mrs. John Niemann (Rose Ellen Kaney).
Madison Wisconsin State Journal August 15, 1968 - Death notice of Mrs. John Niemann (Rose Ellen Kaney) 13 Aug 1968
Madison Capital Times August 15, 1968 - Mrs John Niemann (Rose Ellen Kaney) obituary
She was buried after 13 August 1968 at St. Patricks Catholic Cemetery, New Loreto, Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, NIEMANN: John H. 1886-1969
Nellie 1890-1968 (nee KANEY).2
Niemann, John H + Nellie

     Rose Ellen Kaney was also known as Ellen. Rose Ellen Kaney was also known as Nellie Kaney. She is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of James Francis Kaney at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; household includes 4 males and 6 females; all born in the United States. Rose Ellen Kaney was listed as a daughter in James Francis Kaney's household on the 1900 Census at Bear Creek Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.3 Rose Ellen Kaney is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of James Francis Kaney at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 As of 20 November 1907,her married name was Niemann. As of 20 November 1907,her married name was Nieman. Rose Ellen Kaney was listed as wife in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1910 Census at Milton, DuPage, Illinois.5 Rose Ellen Kaney was listed as wife in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1920 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 On 6 April 1928 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman and children, White Mound, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. (Madison Capital Times April 6, 1928). On 2 January 1930 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman and son, Darrell, and Audrey Sparling spent Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman.
Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman. 02 Jan 1930
Rose Ellen Kaney was listed as a daughter in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1930 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.7 Rose Ellen Kaney was educated in 1940 at through 7th grade. She was listed as wife in John Henry Niemann's household on the 1940 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.8 In April 1947 Emmett Kaney sale at farm, attended by John Niemann and John Jr. Article written by Ed Mercer, Mrs. John Niemann Jr's 2nd cousin. Rose Ellen Kaney witnessed the death of Mary Anne Byrne on 30 May 1947 at Spring Green, 8 miles south of Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin; Mrs. Nory Kaney of Ableman, aged 84 years, passed away early Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Niemann, 8 miles south of Loganville. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Max Bollweg of West Chicago, Mrs. John Niemann of Loganville, Mrs. Mary Adams of Ableman, Mrs. Charles Peterson of Wheaton, Ill, Mrs. Max Troonboley of Long Beach, Calif., and by six sons, John and William Kaney, Albert Kaney of North Freedom, Emmett of Loganville, Wilfred of Baraboo and Hubert of Knoxville, Iowa, also by 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.9 Circa 1949 Nellie and John Niemann Sr circa 1949.
Nellie and John Niemann Sr circa 1949
As remembered by Marcia Wollschlager in March 2008: Grandma Nellie was told to go to the pasture to get the work horses when she was a child. She was told not to ride the horse back. Well, she managed to get up on the horse, no reins, which took off running for the barn. Horses know that coming in to the barn means feed! She was in trouble the horse was galloping, the barn had a low door and she was too scared to jump. She was scraped off when the horse ran into the barn. She got a whooping for disobeying.

Grandma Niemann (Nellie), lied about her age, put her hair up, lowered her skirt hem, ran away from home, and married John Niemann.
As a married woman years later she found a gun that Grandpa was cleaning, decided he meant to do her in and ran away to the nieghbors and ended up at Aunt Vera's house in Spring Green.
Father*James Francis Kaney b. 18 Jul 1854, d. 5 Jan 1935
Mother*Mary Anne Byrne b. Mar 1863, d. 30 May 1947

Children of Rose Ellen Kaney and John Henry Niemann

Citations

  1. [S385] Illinois, Illinois Marriages Cook County 1871-1920, FHL Film Number: 1030431.
  2. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 19.
  3. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED129. Dwelling 57.
  4. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 112.
  5. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED206. Stamp 245. Dwelling 128.
  6. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 35B, line 60 68,70.
  7. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-13. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 19.
  8. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 126. Sheet 9a. ED56-14.
  9. [S209] Baraboo Weekly News, June 5, 1947.

Fred Wallace Mercer

M, b. 12 October 1875, d. 22 March 1942
Fred Mercer 1934
Fred Mercer
Fred Mercer 1930s
Fred and Bertha Mercer 1939
Fred Wallace Mercer
Fred Wallace Mercer signature 1918
     Fred Wallace Mercer was born on 12 October 1875 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Erastus Mercer and Louisa Jane Spyker. Fred Wallace Mercer married Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn, daughter of Charles Prieskorn and Louisa Decker, on 30 November 1911 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, by Rev. Bergdoff (Thanksgiving Day).2 Fred Wallace Mercer died on 22 March 1942 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 66 Fred Mercer obituary.1
Madison Wisconsin State Journal March 24, 1942 - Fred Mercer obituary
He was buried after 22 March 1942 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
Bertha and Fred W Mercer tombstone and family stone
Bertha P and Fred W Mercer tombstone

     He was listed as a son in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1880 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 Fred Wallace Mercer is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of Erastus Mercer at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; 6 males and 3 females in household; all born in the United States.5 Fred Wallace Mercer was listed as a son in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1900 Census at Spring Green Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Fred Wallace Mercer was a harness maker in 1905. He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 as a boarder with the Harper Harrison family at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.7 He was listed as a son in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1910 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.8 On 12 September 1918 at Sauk, Wisconsin, World War I Draft Registration.
Mercer, Fred Wallace - World War I Draft Registration Card
Fred Wallace Mercer was a farmer in 1920. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.9
1920 Spring Green Sauk WI ED178 - Mercer, Fred + Mrs R
He became Edgar Prater Mercer's adoptive father at death of parents in hurricane, after 1920; Tanner Family History: "An adopted son, Edgar Prater Mercer, grew up in this family" (Fred W. Mercer and Bertha Prieskorn)
As reported from granddaughter, Peggy Mercer, 7/1998: "Fred and Bertha Mercer adopted Edgar Prater, son of Fred's cousin Leith Spyker Prater." Fred Wallace Mercer was a farmer in 1930. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Carl Mercer.10
1930 Spring Green Sauk WI ED34 - Mercer, Fred W + Carl V
On 26 November 1930 Mr and Mrs Fred Breitzke, Chicago, were recent visitors at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs Fred Mercer and family (article). On 20 September 1931 at Sauk, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer have had as their guests during last week Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mercer of Beloit, and Mr. and Mrs. Forman Campbell, of Quincy, Ill.
Madison Capital Times September 20, 1931 - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer had guests Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. Forman Campbell
In 1934 photo of Fred, Bertha, Naomi and adopted son Edgar Mercer.
Fred, Bertha, Naomi and adopted son Edgar Mercer 1934
In November 1934 at Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, Alvin Breitzkes hosting Fred Mercers and C D Breitzkes for Thanksgiving. He was Fred Mercer land near Spring Green 1936 in 1936.
Fred Mercer land near Spring Green 1936
On 18 October 1937 at trip to, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Breitzke, 834 E. Dayton st., accompanied by their guest, Mrs. Fred Breitzke, Chicago, motored Sunday to Spring Green and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer. Mrs. Fred Breitzke will visit for several weeks at the Mercer home. He was educated in 1940 at through 1 year of high school. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; living between Joseph A. Lins and his brother Ralph W. E. Mercer.11
1940 Census Spring Green Sauk WI ED56-36 Mercer, Fred W page 1 of 18
On 30 November 1941 Fred and Bertha Mercer - 30th wedding anniversary.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal December 4, 1941 - Fred and Bertha Mercer - 30th wedding anniversary
On 30 November 1941 at Sauk, Wisconsin, Fred and Bertha (Prieskorn) Mercer 30th wedding annivesary surprise party.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal December 4, 1941 - Fred and Bertha (Prieskorn) Mercer 30th wedding annivesary
Father*Erastus Mercer b. 12 Feb 1845, d. 24 Jan 1914
Mother*Louisa Jane Spyker b. 7 Jul 1850, d. 1926

Children of Fred Wallace Mercer and Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn

Citations

  1. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 133.
  2. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 134.
  3. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, Pg. 96
    MERCER: Fred W. Oct. 12, 1875 - Mar. 22, 1942 - Father
    Bertha P. Sept. 23, 1880 - Nov. 19, 1951 - Mother
    Baby - (No dates) - Son of Fred & Bertha A. Mercer
    Tex Martin 1915 - 1933.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 10 Dwelling #80.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  6. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 69,145 5,61.
  7. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 180.
  8. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 126. Dwelling #76.
  9. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED178. Sheet 5A. Stamp 228A line 12 Farm 83,84.
  10. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-34. Dwelling 5.
  11. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-36. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 6.

Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn

F, b. 23 September 1880, d. 19 November 1951
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer 1934
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer 1942
Fred and Bertha Mercer 1939
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer circa 1949
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer circa 1949
Bertha Prieskorn Mercer signature 1922
     Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was born on 23 September 1880 at Quincy, Adams, Illinois. She was the daughter of Charles Prieskorn and Louisa Decker. Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn married Fred Wallace Mercer, son of Erastus Mercer and Louisa Jane Spyker, on 30 November 1911 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, by Rev. Bergdoff (Thanksgiving Day).1 Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn died on 19 November 1951 at age 71 Bertha Prieskorn Mercer obituary.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal November 21, 1951 - Bertha Prieskorn Mercer obituary
She was buried after 19 November 1951 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
Bertha and Fred W Mercer tombstone and family stone
Bertha P and Fred W Mercer tombstone

     She was listed as a daughter in Charles Prieskorn's household on the 1900 Census at Quincy, Adams, Illinois; living at 219 South 7th street.3 Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn is listed as sister-in-law on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Frederick Herman Breitzke at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 In Charles Prieskorn's will dated 21 April 1908 at Adams, Illinois, Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was named as an heir. She was listed as a beneficiary in Charles Prieskorn's will on 4 March 1910 at Adams, Illinois; Probate record for Charles Prieskorn. As of 30 November 1911,her married name was Mercer.1 Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was listed as wife in Fred Wallace Mercer's household on the 1920 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.5 In Louisa Decker's will dated 19 August 1920 at Adams, Illinois, Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was named as an heir; will of Louisa Prieskorn. She became Edgar Prater Mercer's adoptive mother at death of parents in hurricane, after 1920; Tanner Family History: "An adopted son, Edgar Prater Mercer, grew up in this family" (Fred W. Mercer and Bertha Prieskorn)
As reported from granddaughter, Peggy Mercer, 7/1998: "Fred and Bertha Mercer adopted Edgar Prater, son of Fred's cousin Leith Spyker Prater." In August 1921 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mrs Louise Prieskorn is visiting her daughter Mrs Fred Mercer.
Madison Capital Times August 2, 1921 - Mrs Louise Prieskorn is visiting her daughter Mrs Fred Mercer
In December 1922 at Adams, Illinois, probate for will of Louisa Prieskorn. Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was listed as wife in Fred Wallace Mercer's household on the 1930 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Carl Mercer.6 On 26 November 1930 Mr and Mrs Fred Breitzke, Chicago, were recent visitors at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs Fred Mercer and family (article). In 1934 photo of Fred, Bertha, Naomi and adopted son Edgar Mercer.
Fred, Bertha, Naomi and adopted son Edgar Mercer 1934
In November 1934 at Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, Alvin Breitzkes hosting Fred Mercers and C D Breitzkes for Thanksgiving. On 18 October 1937 at trip to, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Breitzke, 834 E. Dayton st., accompanied by their guest, Mrs. Fred Breitzke, Chicago, motored Sunday to Spring Green and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer. Mrs. Fred Breitzke will visit for several weeks at the Mercer home. Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn was educated in 1940 at through 8th grade. She was listed as wife in Fred Wallace Mercer's household on the 1940 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; living between Joseph A. Lins and his brother Ralph W. E. Mercer.7 On 30 November 1941 at Sauk, Wisconsin, Fred and Bertha (Prieskorn) Mercer 30th wedding annivesary surprise party.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal December 4, 1941 - Fred and Bertha (Prieskorn) Mercer 30th wedding annivesary
On 10 May 1942 Photo of John and Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer.
John Niemann, Naomi Mercer and her mom Bertha Mercer May 10, 1942
Father*Charles Prieskorn b. 23 Sep 1846, d. 13 Feb 1910
Mother*Louisa Decker b. Oct 1849, d. 3 Dec 1922

Children of Bertha Henrietta Louise Prieskorn and Fred Wallace Mercer

Citations

  1. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 134.
  2. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 96.
    MERCER: Fred W. Oct. 12, 1875 - Mar. 22, 1942 - Father
    Bertha P. Sept. 23, 1880 - Nov. 19, 1951 - Mother
    Baby - (No dates) - Son of Fred & Bertha A. Mercer
    Tex Martin 1915 - 1933.
  3. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, 7th Precinct. Dwelling 279. ED125.
  4. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 24.
  5. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED178. Sheet 5A. Stamp 228A line 12 Farm 83,84.
  6. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-34. Dwelling 5.
  7. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-36. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 6.

William Henry Albert Friede

M, b. 20 April 1872, d. 6 December 1937
William Friede circa 1920
William Henry Albert Friede
Family of William Henry Albert Friede & Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank
     William Henry Albert Friede was born on 20 April 1872 at Molzen, Lower Saxony, Hanover, Germany, also listed as Moltzen; also reported as 23 Apr 1872.1 He was the son of Jurgen Heinrich Friede and Catharine Marie Elisabeth Meier Of Masendorf. William Henry Albert Friede was baptized on 5 May 1872 at Evangelische Kirche, Molzen, Hanover, Germany, listed as Jürgen Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst Friede, later went by William Henry Albert Friede.2
Jürgen Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst Friede baptism - 05 May 1872 - Evangelische Kirche Molzen, Hannover, Germany
He married Louise Emille Augusta Schrank, daughter of William Charles Frederick Schrank and Matilda Augusta Koepp, on 30 June 1899 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank 1 jan 1874- 10 sept 1942 married in 1899 William Henry Albert Friede - 6 Dec 1936.3 William Henry Albert Friede died on 6 December 1937 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 65. He was buried after 6 December 1937 at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
William and Louise Schrank Friede tombstone

     William Henry Albert Friede was also known as Jürgen Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst Friede. He was a carpenter and contractor. At 364 South Avenue, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Friede Brothers Construction - Friede Brothers is a fourth generation construction company which had its beginnings in the early 1900's. The company was founded by William Friede when he formed a lumber and construction company. The firm was known as William Friede and Sons. William's sons changed the name to Friede Brothers at the end of World War II (1945). The focus of the company changed from material suppliers and construction to a full emphasis on construction. Now, 50 years later, the focus is on the construction activities.
Operating for four generations under the family name became a source of pride for the firm and also a driving force in achievement of quality. Roger A. Friede is presently the owner.
The primary markets that are served fall into the categories of institutional, industrial and commercial projects. They perform their own concrete, carpentry, masonry and steel erection. Craftsmen capable of architectural and detailed finish work in each of the divisions are employed. Friede's is a merit shop employer with a motivated workforce. Roger Friede, Sr. retired in 1995 after a career that began at Friede Brothers in 1956. His father, Arnold Friede of the second generation joined the business in 1920. Fred joined in 1930, and later Emil, Bill and brother-in-law Robert Peterson were all partners in the construction business.5 William Henry Albert Friede was also known as George H. William Henry Albert Friede was also known as Juergen Henry William Albert. William Henry Albert Friede was also known as Wilhelm. He immigrated on 5 May 1888 to Hamburg, Germany to, New York, Immigration from Hamburg, Germany on or about the 5th of May, 1888 and arrived in New York on the Vessel Morafea (Moravia). He is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of Jurgen Heinrich Friede at Reedsburg Ward 2, Sauk, Wisconsin; 3 male and 2 female; all born in Germany (listed as Friende).6 William Henry Albert Friede was a carpenter in 1900. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
1900 Reedsburg Sauk WI ED142 - Feeade (Friede), William
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.8
1905 Reedsburg Sauk WI - Frede (Friede), Wm + Henry
He was a house carpenter in 1910. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living at 322 Oak Street.9
1910 Reedsburg Sauk WI ED124 - Friede, William
He was naturalized on 10 September 1913 at Sauk, Wisconsin, Filed petition for naturalization on 10 sept 1913 in the circuit court of Sauk County, State of Wisconsin oath of allegiance on 6 jan 1914 affidavit of petitioner on 6 jan 1914.
US Naturalization - 6 Jan 1914 - William Friede
He was a house carpenter in 1920. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living at 625 Oak Street.10
1920 Reedsburg Sauk WI ED175 - Friede, William
In 1920 family photo.
Family of William Henry Albert Friede & Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank
In March 1926 at at the Henry Schrank home, Sauk, Wisconsin, Schrank family reunion; guest of honor William Schrank Sr. He was a carpenter doing general work in 1930. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.11
1930 Reedsburg Sauk WI ED30 - Friede, William + Lueders, Albert
Father*Jurgen Heinrich Friede b. 28 Mar 1839, d. 2 Mar 1908
Mother*Catharine Marie Elisabeth Meier Of Masendorf b. 11 May 1844, d. 30 Dec 1905

Children of William Henry Albert Friede and Louise Emille Augusta Schrank

Citations

  1. [S392] Lutheran Church, German Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940.
  2. [S392] Lutheran Church, German Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940, Page Number:     148;148.
  3. [S3] Jeanette (Felske) Mrs. Edward Schrank, William C. Schuette, Lorna (Klitzke) Mrs. Maurice Slaney, Sue (Parkhurst) Mrs. Roger "Jake" Steinhoust Your Heritage Committee. Marcella (Parkhurst) Mrs. Jerome Meurer, Schrank Family Heritage, page 35.
  4. [S214] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 9, Pg. 129.
  5. [S215] Sesquicentennial History Committee, Reedsburg Remembers 150 Years, Pg 306.
  6. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  7. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 10B. ED142. Dwelling 248.
  8. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 366.
  9. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 124 Sheet 13A line 22, family number 308.
  10. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED175. Sheet 7. Ward 2. Stamp 188B line 61.
  11. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-30. Ward 2. Dwelling 450.

Louise Emille Augusta Schrank

F, b. 1 January 1874, d. 10 September 1942
Louise Schrank Friede circa 1920
Louise Schrank circa 1898
Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank
Family of William Henry Albert Friede & Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank
     Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was born on 1 January 1874 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of William Charles Frederick Schrank and Matilda Augusta Koepp. Louise Emille Augusta Schrank married William Henry Albert Friede, son of Jurgen Heinrich Friede and Catharine Marie Elisabeth Meier Of Masendorf, on 30 June 1899 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank 1 jan 1874- 10 sept 1942 married in 1899 William Henry Albert Friede - 6 Dec 1936.1 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank died on 10 September 1942 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 68. She was buried after 10 September 1942 at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
William and Louise Schrank Friede tombstone

     Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was also known as Lizzie K. Louise was a housewife and had 8 children.
Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank 1 Jan 1874- 10 Sept 1942 married in 1899 William Henry Albert Friede - 6 Dec 1936.3 She was listed as a daughter in William Charles Frederick Schrank's household on the 1880 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 As of 30 June 1899,her married name was Friede.3 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was listed as wife in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1900 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.5 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of William Henry Albert Friede at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was listed as wife in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1910 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living at 322 Oak Street.7 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was listed as wife in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living at 625 Oak Street.8 In 1920 family photo.
Family of William Henry Albert Friede & Louise Imilie Augusta Schrank
In March 1926 at at the Henry Schrank home, Sauk, Wisconsin, Schrank family reunion; guest of honor William Schrank Sr. Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was listed as wife in William Henry Albert Friede's household on the 1930 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.9 Louise Emille Augusta Schrank was educated in 1940 at through 6th grade. She was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.10
1940 Census Reedsburg Sauk WI ED56-32B Friede, Louise + Steinweg, Albert page 17 of 24
Father*William Charles Frederick Schrank b. 18 Oct 1842, d. 19 Dec 1928
Mother*Matilda Augusta Koepp b. 7 Jan 1852, d. 21 Apr 1918

Children of Louise Emille Augusta Schrank and William Henry Albert Friede

Citations

  1. [S3] Jeanette (Felske) Mrs. Edward Schrank, William C. Schuette, Lorna (Klitzke) Mrs. Maurice Slaney, Sue (Parkhurst) Mrs. Roger "Jake" Steinhoust Your Heritage Committee. Marcella (Parkhurst) Mrs. Jerome Meurer, Schrank Family Heritage, page 35.
  2. [S214] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 9, Pg. 129.
  3. [S3] Jeanette (Felske) Mrs. Edward Schrank, William C. Schuette, Lorna (Klitzke) Mrs. Maurice Slaney, Sue (Parkhurst) Mrs. Roger "Jake" Steinhoust Your Heritage Committee. Marcella (Parkhurst) Mrs. Jerome Meurer, Schrank Family Heritage.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED265. Dwelling 95.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 10B. ED142. Dwelling 248.
  6. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 366.
  7. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 124 Sheet 13A line 22, family number 308.
  8. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED175. Sheet 7. Ward 2. Stamp 188B line 61.
  9. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-30. Ward 2. Dwelling 450.
  10. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-32b. Dwelling 189. Sheet 9a.

Arthur James McClain

M, b. 26 June 1889, d. 7 March 1968
Arthur James McClain
Arthur James McClain signature 1917
Arthur James McClain signature 1942
     Arthur James McClain was born on 26 June 1889 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, also reported as 26 Jan 1889.1,2 He was the son of George Henry McClain and Laura Chadwick. Arthur James McClain married Anna Margaret Richard, daughter of Bart Richard and Anna Barbara Uthe, on 6 January 1913. Arthur James McClain died on 7 March 1968 at Platteville Municipal Hospital, Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 78 Arthur J. McClain, 78, of Platteville, Wisconsin, died Thursday morning, March 7, 1968, at Platteville Municipal Hospital. Visitation was at the Thomas Funeral Home in Platteville. Services were at 2 p.m., Saturday, March 9, at the funeral home. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery in Platteville. Mr. McClain was survived by his wife, Annie; four daughters, Mrs. Pearl Wehnke and Mrs. James Engelke, both of Platteville, Wis., Mrs. Donald Gehrke, of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Emil Friede, of Reedsburg, Wis; a son, Arnold McClain, of Rockford, Ill; and nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Dubuque Telegraph Herald March 8, 1968 - Arthur J McClain obituary
He was buried on 9 March 1968 at Hillside Cemetery, Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.
     Arthur James McClain was also known as Art. Started drinking after his parent's divorce. He is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of George Henry McClain at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin; 4 males and 1 female in the household.3 Arthur James McClain was listed as a son in George Henry McClain's household on the 1900 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.4 Arthur James McClain is listed as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of George Henry McClain at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5 Arthur James McClain was listed as a Step-Son in John Rister's household on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.6 On 5 June 1917 at Grant, Wisconsin, World War I Draft Registration.
McClain, Arthur James - World War I Draft Registration Card
Arthur James McClain was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Platteville Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.7
1920 Paris Grant WI E118 - McClain, Arthur
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Platteville Town, Grant, Wisconsin.8
1930 Platteville Grant WI ED48 - McClain, Arthur J
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.9
1940 Census Platteville Grant WI ED22-43 Friede, Art sheet 9b
On 27 April 1942 at WWII Registration, Grant, Wisconsin.
WWII Registration Card for Arthur James McClain - Grant, WI - 27 Apr 1942
WWII Registration Card for Arthur James McClain - Grant, WI - 27 Apr 1942 - registrars report
He obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.
Father*George Henry McClain b. 17 May 1855, d. 21 Jul 1905
Mother*Laura Chadwick b. 16 Feb 1866, d. 7 Jun 1936

Children of Arthur James McClain and Anna Margaret Richard

Citations

  1. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Arthur J McClain born 26 Jun 1889 Grant County Reel 74 Record 2377.
  2. [S187] Grant WI Birth Records Birth Records, by Wisconsin, Volume 3- Registry # 2377.
  3. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  4. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp number 81 A, line 7 house 27,27.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 108.
  6. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED39. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 23. Stamp 173.
  7. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 148 157, 159.
  8. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-48. Dwelling 154.
  9. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4481; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 22-43.

Anna Margaret Richard

F, b. 31 December 1896, d. 31 January 1971
     Anna Margaret Richard was born on 31 December 1896 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, twin with Frankie. She was the daughter of Bart Richard and Anna Barbara Uthe. Anna Margaret Richard married Arthur James McClain, son of George Henry McClain and Laura Chadwick, on 6 January 1913. Anna Margaret Richard died on 31 January 1971 at Lancaster Memorial Hospital, Lancaster, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 74 Mrs. Annie McClain, 74, of Platteville, Wisconsin, died Sunday, January 31, 1971, at the Lancaster Memorial Hospital in Lancaster, Wisconsin. Visitation was at the Thomas Funeral Home in Platteville. Services were at 2 p.m., February 2, at the funeral home. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery in Platteville. Mrs. McClain was survived by a son, Arnold McClain, of Rockford, Ill; four daughters, Mrs. Pearl Wehnke and Mrs. James Engelke, both of Platteville, Wis., Mrs. Emil Friede, of Reedsburg, Wis., and Mrs. Donald Gehrke, of Bothell, Wash; a sister, Mrs. Frank Udelhofen, of Dickeyville, Wis; four brothers, Henry Richard, of Platteville, Wis., Peter Richard, of Dickeyville, Wis., and Frank Richard and John Richard, both of Potosi, Wis; and nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal February 1, 1971 - Mrs. Annie (Richards) McClain obituary
She was buried on 2 February 1971 at Hillside Cemetery, Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.
     Anna Margaret Richard was also known as Richards. Anna Margaret Richard was also known as Anna Maggie. Anna Margaret Richard was also known as Annie. From Delores Gerhke: Annie Richart McClain's parents were Catholic. She and Arthur ran off and got married when Anna was 16. Her folks made them get married again in the church. They also had money when they married. He bought her fur coats and lots of clothes. He bought a farm and started buying cattle by getting loans at the bank. Then the market crashed and the banks wanted their money. They lost everything. Viola McClain moved in with a family to do maid work. Anna Margaret Richard was also known as Richart. She was listed as a daughter in Bart Richard's household on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; living next door to Louis Shinoe.1 Anna Margaret Richard is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Bart Richard at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.2 Anna Margaret Richard was listed as a daughter in Bart Richard's household on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.3 As of 6 January 1913,her married name was McClain. Anna Margaret Richard was listed as wife in Arthur James McClain's household on the 1920 Census at Platteville Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.4 Anna Margaret Richard was listed as wife in Arthur James McClain's household on the 1930 Census at Platteville Town, Grant, Wisconsin.5 Anna Margaret Richard was listed as wife in Arthur James McClain's household on the 1940 Census at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.6
Father*Bart Richard b. 15 Feb 1865, d. 5 Nov 1939
Mother*Anna Barbara Uthe b. 15 Jun 1868, d. 22 Apr 1938

Children of Anna Margaret Richard and Arthur James McClain

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1900; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T623_ 1790; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 47. Dwelling 24. ED47.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 138.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1910; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T624_1711; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0039; Image: 351; FHL Number: 1375724. Sheet 2B. Dwelling 37.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 148 157, 159.
  5. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-48. Dwelling 154.
  6. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4481; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 22-43.

Bart Richard

M, b. 15 February 1865, d. 5 November 1939
     Bart Richard was born on 15 February 1865 at Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin. He was the son of John H. Richard and Theresia Kieler. Bart Richard married Anna Barbara Uthe, daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Franz Uthe and Margaretha Helbing, on 9 February 1890 at Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin.1 Bart Richard died on 5 November 1939 at Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 74 Bart Richard, 74, died suddenly Sunday morning, November 5, 1939, at his farm home near Dickeyville, Wisconsin. The body was at the family home, from where funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, November 7, at 2 o'clock. Burial was in the Holy Ghost Church cemetery at Dickeyville. Surviving were four sons, John Richard, Henry Richard, Frank Richard, and Peter Richard, all of Dickeyville, Wis; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Annie) McClain, of Platteville, Wis., and Mrs. Frank (Mary) Udelhofen, of Cornelia, Wis; one brother, Frank Richard, of Butte, Mont; and 13 grandchildren. His wife, the former Anna Uthe, preceded him in death on April 22, 1938.
Dubuque Telegraph Herald November 6, 1939 - Bart Richards, 74, obituary
Dubuque Telegraph Herald November 6, 1939 - Bart Richards obituary
He was buried on 7 November 1939 at Holy Ghost Cemetery aka Dickeyville Cemetery, Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin.
     Bart Richard was also known as Bartholomaus. Bart Richard was also known as Barthol. He was catholic. Bart Richard was also known as Richart. Bart Richard was also known as Bartholomew. Bart Richard was also known as Richards. He was listed as a son in John H. Richard's household on the 1870 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.2 Bart Richard was listed as a son in John H. Richard's household on the 1880 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.3 Bart Richard appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, includes 4 males and 2 females in the household.4 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; living next door to Louis Shinoe.5
1900 Paris Grant WI ED47 - Richart, Barthol
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.6 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.7
1910 Paris Grant WI ED39 - Richard, Bart
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; living next door to Arch McClain.8
1920 Paris Grant WI ED118 - Richart, Bartelomew
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.9
1930 Paris Grant WI ED37 - Richards, Bart
Father*John H. Richard b. 15 Jul 1821, d. 11 Mar 1899
Mother*Theresia Kieler b. 16 Jun 1823, d. 7 Sep 1888

Children of Bart Richard and Anna Barbara Uthe

Citations

  1. [S5] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 12. Dwelling 74. Page 12.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED120. Page 16. Dwelling 146.
  4. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1900; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T623_ 1790; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 47. Dwelling 24. ED47.
  6. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 138.
  7. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1910; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T624_1711; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0039; Image: 351; FHL Number: 1375724. Sheet 2B. Dwelling 37.
  8. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED118. Sheet 8A. Stamp 147. Dwelling 133.
  9. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-37. Dwelling 86.

Anna Barbara Uthe

F, b. 15 June 1868, d. 22 April 1938
     Anna Barbara Uthe was born on 15 June 1868 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, also reported as 1869. She was the daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Franz Uthe and Margaretha Helbing. Bart Richard married Anna Barbara Uthe at Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin, on 9 February 1890.1 She died on 22 April 1938 at Dickeyville, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 69 Mrs. Anna Richard, 69, wife of Bart Richard, died at the family residence near Dickeyville, Wisconsin, Friday afternoon, April 22, 1938, at 4:30 o'clock. Death followed an illness of eight weeks. The body was at the family residence, from where the funeral was held Monday morning, April 25, at 10 o'clock to the Holy Ghost Church at Dickeyville, Wisconsin, at 10:30 o'clock. The Rev. C. W. Haines, pastor, sang the high mass of requiem and preached the sermon. Pallbearers were John Reuter, Gus Ginter, John and Elmer Helbing, George Kruser, and Michael Sutter. Burial was in the cemetery adjoining the church. Father Haines officiated at the graveside services. Her survivors were her husband, Bart; four sons, John Richard, Henry Richard, Frank Richard, and Peter Richard, all of Dickeyville, Wis; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur McClain, of Platteville, Wis., and Mrs. Frank Udelhofen, of Dickeyville, Wis; and 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Dubuque Telegraph Herald April 24, 1938 - Mrs. Anna (Uthe) Richard, 69, obituary
Dubuque Telegraph Herald April 24, 1938 - Mrs Anna (Uthe) Richard obituary
She was buried on 25 April 1938 at Holy Ghost Cemetery aka Dickeyville Cemetery, Dickeyville, Wisconsin, Mrs. Anna (Uthe) Richard funeral.
Dubuque Telegraph Herald April 26, 1938 - Mrs. Anna (Uthe) Richard funeral

     Anna Barbara Uthe was also known as Annie. She was catholic. She was listed as a daughter in Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Franz Uthe's household on the 1870 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; surname listed as Utha; living next door to Henry Rister.2 Anna Barbara Uthe was listed as a daughter in Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Franz Uthe's household on the 1880 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.3 As of 9 February 1890,her married name was Richard. Anna Barbara Uthe had 6 with 5 living in 1900 children. She was listed as wife in Bart Richard's household on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; living next door to Louis Shinoe.4 Anna Barbara Uthe is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Bart Richard at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5 Anna Barbara Uthe had 10 with 6 living in 1910 children. She was listed as wife in Bart Richard's household on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.6 Anna Barbara Uthe was listed as wife in Bart Richard's household on the 1920 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin; living next door to Arch McClain.7 Anna Barbara Uthe was listed as wife in Bart Richard's household on the 1930 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.8
Father*Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Franz Uthe b. 13 Dec 1831, d. 1920
Mother*Margaretha Helbing b. 5 Apr 1835, d. 5 Mar 1895

Children of Anna Barbara Uthe and Bart Richard

Citations

  1. [S5] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1870; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: M593_1717; Page: 340A; Image: 286; Family History Library Film: 553216. Stamp 340. Dwelling 69.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 9. Stamp 280. Dwelling 80.
  4. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1900; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T623_ 1790; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 47. Dwelling 24. ED47.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 138.
  6. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1910; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T624_1711; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0039; Image: 351; FHL Number: 1375724. Sheet 2B. Dwelling 37.
  7. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED118. Sheet 8A. Stamp 147. Dwelling 133.
  8. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-37. Dwelling 86.

George Henry McClain

M, b. 17 May 1855, d. 21 July 1905
George McClain
George and Laura Chadwick McClain with children Charles, Arthur and Willard
     George Henry McClain was born on 17 May 1855 at Tennyson, Grant, Wisconsin, also listed as Paris, Grant, Wisconsin. He was the son of John McClain Sr. and Ann Rupp. George Henry McClain married Laura Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick Jr. and Cynthia Buckley, on 4 July 1883 at Jamestown, Grant, Wisconsin, Conducted by Frank Lyster, of Jamestown, Wisconsin, Justice of the Peace.1 George Henry McClain was divorced from Laura Chadwick, before June 1900. George Henry McClain died on 21 July 1905 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 50.2 He was buried after 21 July 1905 at Mt. Zion (Cornelia) Cemetery, Cornelia, Grant, Wisconsin.
George McClain tombstone
Credit: Larry & Linda Kopet http://www.usgwarchives.net/wi/cemetery/grant-harrisontwp-corneliamtzion.html

     George Henry McClain was also known as McLain. He was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1860 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.3 George Henry McClain was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1870 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.4 George Henry McClain was listed as a son in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1880 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5 George Henry McClain lived on 4 July 1883 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, farmer.6 In 1895 at Land Ownership Map, Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, parcel in box 11.
Land ownership map Paris, Grant, WI - 1895 - including John and George McClain
He appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin, 4 males and 1 female in the household.7 He was listed as the divorced head of a family on the 1900 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.8
1900 Paris Grant WI ED47 - McClain, George
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.9
Father*John McClain Sr. b. 15 Sep 1827, d. 21 May 1914
Mother*Ann Rupp b. 19 Nov 1834, d. 12 Dec 1904

Children of George Henry McClain and Laura Chadwick

Citations

  1. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Marriage Record ID: 1549050 vol 06 page 0348
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    Number 237. Stamp 02927.
    Date of registration 31 Aug 1883.
  2. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Volume: 03 Page: 0264 Reel: 032 Image: 0632 Index Volume: - Sequence #: 252296.
  3. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 66. Written number 218. Dwelling 722.
  4. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 5. Dwelling 49.
  5. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 7, stamp number 279 C, line 1 house 58, 59.
  6. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, record number 237. stamp 02927.
  7. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  8. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp number 81 A, line 7 house 27,27.
  9. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 108.

Laura Chadwick

F, b. 16 February 1866, d. 7 June 1936
Laura Chadwick McClain
George and Laura Chadwick McClain with children Charles, Arthur and Willard
     Laura Chadwick was born on 16 February 1866 at Cape Galena, Morgan, Missouri. She was the daughter of James Chadwick Jr. and Cynthia Buckley. Laura Chadwick married George Henry McClain, son of John McClain Sr. and Ann Rupp, on 4 July 1883 at Jamestown, Grant, Wisconsin, Conducted by Frank Lyster, of Jamestown, Wisconsin, Justice of the Peace.1 George Henry McClain was divorced from Laura Chadwick, before June 1900. She married John Rister, son of Henry Oliver Rister and Anna Kidde, on 4 January 1901 at second marriage for her. Laura Chadwick died on 7 June 1936 at at hospital, Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 70 Mrs John Rister (Laura Chadwick McClain), 70, obituary.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal June 12, 1936 - Mrs John Rister (Laura Chadwick McClain), 70, obituary
She was buried after 7 June 1936 at Mount Zion Cemetery (aka Cornelia Cemetery), Cornelia, Grant, Wisconsin.
John and Laura Rister tombstone

     Laura Chadwick was also known as Lora. Laura Chadwick was also known as Madwick. Laura Chadwick was also known as Laurinda. Laura Chadwick was also known as Shadwick. Laura Chadwick was also known as Lizzie. Laura Chadwick was also known as Ethel Laura I. J. She was listed in James Chadwick Jr.'s household on the 1870 Census at Jasper, Camden, Missouri.2 Laura Chadwick was listed as a servant with the Robert Chapman family on the 1880 Census at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin.3
1880 Platteville Grant WI ED122 - Chadwick, Lizzie (Laura)
She was listed as a granddaughter (actually step-granddaughter) in John Hopkins's household on the 1880 Census at Smelser, Grant, Wisconsin.4 As of 4 July 1883,her married name was McClain. Laura Chadwick is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of George Henry McClain at Platteville, Grant, Wisconsin; 4 males and 1 female in the household.5 Laura Chadwick was listed as a servant in George Henry McClain's household on the 1900 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin. She is divorced with 3 living children.6 As of 4 January 1901,her married name was Rister. Laura Chadwick is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of John Rister at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.7 Laura Chadwick was listed as wife in John Rister's household on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.8 Laura Chadwick was listed as wife in John Rister's household on the 1920 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.9 Laura Chadwick was listed as wife in John Rister's household on the 1930 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.10
Father*James Chadwick Jr. b. Jun 1838, d. 1 Oct 1873
Mother*Cynthia Buckley b. 29 Nov 1842, d. 1870

Children of Laura Chadwick and George Henry McClain

Citations

  1. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Marriage Record ID: 1549050 vol 06 page 0348
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    Number 237. Stamp 02927.
    Date of registration 31 Aug 1883.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1870; Census Place: Jasper, Camden, Missouri; Roll M593_764; Page: 510A; Image: 577; Family History Library Film: 552263.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED122. NA Film Number T9-1427 Page Number 327B. Page 68. Dwelling 125.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1880; Census Place: Smelser, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll T9_1427; Family History Film: 1255427; Page: 367.4000; Enumeration District: 125; .
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  6. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp number 81 A, line 7 house 27,27.
  7. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 111.
  8. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED39. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 23. Stamp 173.
  9. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 147. Dwelling 138,142.
  10. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-37. Dwelling 129.

John Rister

M, b. 6 September 1876, d. 20 October 1956
John Rister 1908
John Rister signature 1918
     John Rister was born on 6 September 1876 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin. He was the son of Henry Oliver Rister and Anna Kidde. John Rister married Laura Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick Jr. and Cynthia Buckley, on 4 January 1901 at second marriage for her. John Rister died on 20 October 1956 at Wisconsin at age 80 John Rister, 80, obituary.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal October 22, 1956 - John Rister, 80, obituary
He was buried after 20 October 1956 at Mount Zion Cemetery (aka Cornelia Cemetery), Cornelia, Grant, Wisconsin.
John and Laura Rister tombstone

     He was listed as a son in Henry Oliver Rister's household on the 1880 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.1 John Rister was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.2 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.3 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.4 He lived in 1911 at near the town of Paris, Grant, Wisconsin. On 12 September 1918 at Grant, Wisconsin, World War I Draft Registration.
Rister, John - World War I Draft Registration Card
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.6 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.7
Father*Henry Oliver Rister b. 14 Dec 1832, d. 29 Jul 1915
Mother*Anna Kidde b. 12 Mar 1836, d. 4 Jan 1911

Citations

  1. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 5. Stamp 278. ED120. Dwelling 43.
  2. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 25.
  3. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 111.
  4. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED39. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 23. Stamp 173.
  5. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 147. Dwelling 138,142.
  6. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED22-37. Dwelling 129.
  7. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Paris, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4481; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 22-37.

John McClain Sr.

M, b. 15 September 1827, d. 21 May 1914
     John McClain Sr. was born on 15 September 1827 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee. He was the son of Matthew McClain and Mary Holland. John McClain Sr. married Ann Rupp, daughter of John Rupp Sr. and Margaret Houff, on 26 December 1852 at Potosi, Grant, Wisconsin.1 John McClain Sr. died on 21 May 1914 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 86. He was buried after 21 May 1914 at Mt. Zion (Cornelia) Cemetery, Harrison, Grant, Wisconsin.
John McCLain Sr and Ann Rupp McClain tombstone
Credit: Larry & Linda Kopet http://www.usgwarchives.net/wi/cemetery/grant-harrisontwp-corneliamtzion.html

     John McClain is a well-known farmer in the town of Paris, Grant County, who has lived a long and useful life, devoted to honest industry and many purposes, and is still alert and vigorous.

Mr. McClain was born in Warren County, Tenn. Sept. 15, 1827, and is a son of Matthew and Mary (Holland) McClain. The father was born in South Carolina in 1797, and the mother came from North Carolina. They were married in Tennessee, and lived in that State until 1830, the time of her death, when father and son journeyed westward to Jefferson county, Ill., where they found a home for some two years, and in June, 1843, came into Wisconsin to work in the lead mines near Potosi.

In the spring of 1850 John McClain crossed the Plains to seek a fortune in the gold fields of California. Four months were required to make the journey. The Indians were numerous and dangerous and the little company in which he traveled had many close calls for their lives. John McClain met with remarkable success in mining, and in three months took thirteen thousand dollars from his claim. With this he returned to Wisconsin and purchased from Nelson Dewey a tract of wild land near Potosi, on which he made extensive improvements, clearing it up, and making a fine farm, on which he lived for some years. In 1852 he married Miss Annie Rupp, the daughter of John and Margaret (Houff) Rupp, both born in Rhine country, Germany. Mr. Rupp and his family came to Pennsylvania in 1836, where he worked as a mason until 1842, when he cam West to Wisconsin. Mrs. Rupp died in Pennsylvania a short time before the removal of the family to the West. Mr. Rupp died at Potosi. Mrs. McClain was born in Germany in 1834, and spent the latter part of the girlhood in Wisconsin.

After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. McClain went to Kansas in 1857, with the intention of making a permanent home in the State. After a thorough inspection they were satisfied Grant county offered more attractions for a farming career, and they came back to Wisconsin. Mr. McClain purchased an extensive tract of wild land in Grant county, to which he has added from time to time until he now owns a choice farm of five hundred acres, over half of which is under cultivation. In 1868 he put up fine and substantial farm buildings, and from time to time has improved and beautified his residence until this has become one of the more desirable county homes in Southwestern Wisconsin. For many years, in addition to his ordinary farming, he has carried on expensive operations in raising stock.

Mr. and Mrs. John McClain have had a family of twelve children: (1) John, born in Grant county in 1853, married Miss Grace Thurtell, and lives on his farm and cattle ranch in South Dakota. They have five children: John, Grace, Bertha, Glenn and Henry. (2) George, born in Grant county in 1855, married Miss Laura Chadrick, and is a farmer in the town of Paris. They have three sons, Charles, Arthur and Willard. (4) Margaret, born in 1859, married S. S. Vannatta, who is a farmer in the town of Harrison. They have four children: Albert, Maggie, Hattie and Lillian. (5) Albert, born in 1861, married Miss Alice Richards, of British Hollow, and lives in South Dakota, where he does an extensive business as a horse dealer, buying for the eastern markets. They have two children, Bessie and Mabel. (6) Charles, born in April, 1864, died in 1879, in the flower of his early manhood. (7) Laura, born in May, 1866, is the wife of Antone Rupp, a resident farmer in the town of Harrison. They have three children: George, Archie and Florence. (8) Edward, born July 8, 1868, had a good education in the high school at Valparaiso, was for some eight or ten years a miner in Colorado, and now lives at Deadwood, S. Dak. (9) Henry, born at the present family home in September 1870, went to the Alaska gold fields in 1895, making three journeys to that region, and met with a rich reward for all his privations and perils. The young man returned in 1899, and is now a resident of his father's home. (10) Thomas, born in 1872, died when fifteen years of age. (11) Annie, born in July, 1875, is now the wife of George Woodrome, of Jefferson county, Ill., and the mother of one son, George H. (12) Archie, born in April, 1882 was a student in the Normal, preparing at Platteville for a teacher's career, and is now at home.

Mr. McClain was formerly a Whig, but later supported the Democratic party. In 1896 he voted the Republican ticket, and is now strongly in favor of territorial expansion. For forty-one years without a break he has held the office of school district treasurer in the town of Paris, and has never been requested to give bonds. Mr. McClain has also served on the town board. He started in life without a dollar, and by his own industry and thrift has come to be one of the most prosperous and extensive farmers and stock of the community are extended to him without measure, and his reputation for honesty and integrity is not questioned.2 At Platteville, Wisconsin, In the spring of 1843, there stepped off a steamboat at its landing at the village of old Paris situated on Big Platte river, about one mile above where the Dickeyville and Potosi road crosses that village, John McClain, and his widowed father, Mathew, who after the death of the latter's wife had emigrated to the mines of Wisconsin and to hunt up home relatives who had come here a few years before. They came from McMinnville, Tenn, about 15 miles south of Nashville and in the country in which I solderied in the civil war in 1864-5. John being then a boy of 16. After reaching the village they began making inquiries if any one there could tell them where one Spencer Palmer lived and were not long in finding a man that said he knew the Palmer family and if they would go with him he would show them where they lived. So getting their bundles they struck south over the hill from little Parris village and after an hour's walk arrived at another village called Dutch Hollow or settlement in those days, the Tennyson of today. Arriving, the man pointed out the Palmer residence, which is still standing today and after thanking their benefactor they soon were at the house, being received with open arms, so glad to see them, and get news from their old Tennessee home and friends sure had a royal welcome by their relatives. The McClains were not long in getting broke into the art of mining, especially John, who was ambitious as well as young and strong and he proved to be fortunate and was well paid for his labor. His uncle Palmer and a man named Freeborn had struck a good prospect for lead about one mile east of Rockville in what was called Pin Hook Hollow. In those days John bought the partner out being anxious to work with his uncle and it proved a good buy as it was quite a heavy producer and was known as the Butcher Shop range on account of the butcher being located where it crossed the ravine. There were seven or eight houses in Pin Hook Hollow at that time and a store kept by a man named Robinson. John had worked out his mine when the gold craze of '49 struck this country and it also struck John and a lot of his friends, hard enough that they emigrated there as soon as they could get ready. So leaving his father with his brother-in-law Palmer he pulled out for the gold fields of California where he was also fortunate in making some good strikes and after a few years returned to the settlement and his old father and the sweetheart he had left and whom he soon married. She was a Miss Rupp, a fine girl and came of one of the leading families of Tennyson. After his marriage, he with his young wife and old father settled on land he had bought in the town of Paris where they spent the remainder of their days clearing up a timber farm and raising their large family of eleven children. It was no soft job to clean up a farm in the heavy timber those days, but he could make and sell posts and cordwood to the prairie farmer and also sell cordwood to the man that run wood yards in Dubuque, they boating it down in summer and John hauling it on the ice in winter when the rivers got frozen good and solid, so was not long clearing up quite a farm. He also kept adding to his holdings and at his death owned about 400 acres of as good land as the country affords, which is situated two miles west of Cornelia and about 3 1/2 miles southeast of Tennyson. His youngest son Arch lives on the west part of the homestead while his daughter and her son and son-in-law occupy the eastern part. A few years before he died he had his son Arch with whom he lived after the death of his wife, hitch up to this buggy and start in at old Paris, where he first set foot on Wisconsin soil and drive over the route they took to get to their relatives and around through where he had been fortunate in the mining ventures. Eight of their eleven children are living, Archie and Mrs. Rupp on the old homestead, Mrs. David Wilson, Mrs. S. S. Van Natta, Henry who lives in Platteville, Anna, the youngest girl in Illinois, the two oldest boys John in the British northwest and Albert in the other extreme, Florida. His beloved wife and three sons, George, Charles and Edward and one grandson, and his old father sleep in the beautiful Cornelia cemetery where their children, neighbors and friends can stand by their graves and say here lie the bodies of an honest, upright and honorable couple, a kind friend and good neighbor. Peace be to their ashes. J. A. BLAKELY Platteville, Wis., April 12, 1933.3 He was referenced on Matthew McClain's household in the 1830 Census at Warren, Tennessee; Series: M19; Roll: 181; Page: 305
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 40: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2. John McClain Sr. migrated after 1830 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee to, Jefferson, Illinois, "Until 1830, the time of her [wife Mary's] death, when father and son journeyed westward to Jefferson County, Ill., where they found a home for some two year, and in June 1843, came into Wisconsin to work in the lead mines near Potosi." He migrated in June 1843 at Jefferson County, Illinois to, Wisconsin. He migrated in 1850 at to gold mines in, California. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.4
1860 Paris Grant WI - Mclain (McClain), John
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5
1870 Paris Grant WI - McClain, John
In 1877 at Land Ownership Map, Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, large parcel in box 4.
Land ownership map Paris, Grant, WI - 1877 - including John McClain
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.6
1880 Paris Grant WI ED120 - McClain, John
In 1895 at Land Ownership Map, Paris, Grant, Wisconsin, large parcel in box 4.
Land ownership map Paris, Grant, WI - 1895 - including John and George McClain
He appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 household includes 3 males, 2 females; all born in the United States.
1895 Paris Grant WI - McClain, John
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.7
1900 Paris Grant WI ED47 - McClain, John
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.8
1905 Paris Grant WI - McClain, John
He was listed as Father in Archibald John McClain's household on the 1910 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.9
Father*Matthew McClain b. 23 Oct 1797, d. 2 Feb 1881
Mother*Mary Holland b. 1801, d. 1830

Children of John McClain Sr. and Ann Rupp

Citations

  1. [S5] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900, McCLAIN, JOHN to RUPP, ANN 26 Dec 1852 Grant WI.
  2. [S307] Wisconsin, Grant County, Wisconsin Biographies, pages 565-566.
  3. [S178] Advent of the McClains, Fennimore Times, April 19, 1933.
  4. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 66. Written number 218. Dwelling 722.
  5. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 5. Dwelling 49.
  6. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 7, stamp number 279 C, line 1 house 58, 59.
  7. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 1A. Dwelling 1.
  8. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 114.
  9. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED39. Sheet 2A. Dwelling 28. Stamp 173.

Ann Rupp

F, b. 19 November 1834, d. 12 December 1904
     Ann Rupp was born at Prussia on 19 November 1834. She was the daughter of John Rupp Sr. and Margaret Houff. Ann Rupp married John McClain Sr., son of Matthew McClain and Mary Holland, on 26 December 1852 at Potosi, Grant, Wisconsin.1 Ann Rupp died on 12 December 1904 at Grant, Wisconsin, at age 70.2 She was buried after 12 December 1904 at Mt. Zion (Cornelia) Cemetery, Harrison, Grant, Wisconsin.
John McCLain Sr and Ann Rupp McClain tombstone
Credit: Larry & Linda Kopet http://www.usgwarchives.net/wi/cemetery/grant-harrisontwp-corneliamtzion.html

     Ann Rupp was also known as Nancy Ann. Ann Rupp was also known as Anne. Ann Rupp was also known as Roupp. Ann Rupp was also known as Anna. Ann Rupp also went by the name of Annie. She immigrated with John Rupp Sr. and Margaret Houff on 16 August 1837 at Arrival Port: New York, New York, then to, Pennsylvania; Ship name: Burgundy
Port of Departure: LeHavre, France
Origin Ship: Burgundy
Arrival Date: 16 Aug 1837
Johann Rupp, age 53
Margaretha Rupp, age 45
Johannas Rupp, age 26
Johann Rupp, age 22
Barbara Rupp, age 15
Gertraud Rupp, age 13
Gertraud Catharine Rupp, age 10
Anton Rupp, age 8
Georg Rupp, age 5
Anna Rupp, age 3. Ann Rupp was referenced on John Rupp Sr.'s household in the 1840 Census at Tamaqua, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania; Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1 (George)
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 (Anton)
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1 (John Sr.)
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 (Ann)
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1 (Gertraud Catharine)
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 2 (Barbara & Gertraud)
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1 (Margaret)
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 8. Ann Rupp was listed in John Rupp Sr.'s household on the 1850 Census at District Number 24, Grant, Wisconsin.3 As of 26 December 1852, Ann Rupp was also known as McLain. As of 26 December 1852,her married name was McClain.1 She was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1860 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.4 Ann Rupp was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1870 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.5 Ann Rupp was listed as wife in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1880 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.6 Ann Rupp is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of John McClain Sr; household includes 3 males, 2 females; all born in the United States. Ann Rupp was listed as wife in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1900 Census at Paris Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.7
Father*John Rupp Sr. b. 10 Aug 1782, d. 20 Nov 1865
Mother*Margaret Houff b. c 1792, d. c 1842

Children of Ann Rupp and John McClain Sr.

Citations

  1. [S5] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Marriages, 1835-1900, McCLAIN, JOHN to RUPP, ANN 26 Dec 1852 Grant WI.
  2. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Volume: 03 Page: 0219 Reel: 032 Image: 0386 Index Volume: - Sequence #: 252290.
  3. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, page 119. Stamp 60. Dwelling 858.
  4. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 66. Written number 218. Dwelling 722.
  5. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 5. Dwelling 49.
  6. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 7, stamp number 279 C, line 1 house 58, 59.
  7. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 1A. Dwelling 1.

Matthew McClain

M, b. 23 October 1797, d. 2 February 1881
     Matthew McClain was born at South Carolina on 23 October 1797; also reported as Tennessee. He was the son of Matthew McClain and Mary (?). Matthew McClain married Mary Holland, daughter of Richard Harding Holland and Sarah Elizabeth Hargrove, in 1826 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee. Matthew McClain died on 2 February 1881 at Cornelia, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 83. He was buried after 2 February 1881 at Cornelia Cemetery, Mt. Zion, Harrison Twp, Grant, Wisconsin.
Matthew McClain tombstone
Credit: Larry & Linda Kopet http://www.usgwarchives.net/wi/cemetery/grant-harrisontwp-corneliamtzion.html

     Matthew McClain witnessed CENSUS 1800 in 1800 at York, South Carolina; Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 2
Number of Household Members Under 16: 6
Number of Household Members Over 25: 3
Number of Household Members: 11. Matthew McClain was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Warren, Tennessee; Series: M19; Roll: 181; Page: 305
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 40: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2.
1830 Warren TN - McClane (McClain), Mathew page 11 of 593
He migrated after 1830 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee to, Jefferson, Illinois, "Until 1830, the time of her [wife Mary's] death, when father and son journeyed westward to Jefferson County, Ill., where they found a home for some two year, and in June 1843, came into Wisconsin to work in the lead mines near Potosi." He migrated in June 1843 at Jefferson County, Illinois to, Wisconsin. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at District 24, Grant, Wisconsin; occupation is miner.1
1850 dist24 Grant WI - McLeane (McClain), Matthew
He appeared on the census of 1854 at District 24, Grant, Wisconsin. He was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1860 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.2 Matthew McClain was listed in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1870 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.3 Matthew McClain was listed as the Father of John McClain Sr. in John McClain Sr.'s household on the 1880 Census at Paris, Grant, Wisconsin.4
Father*Matthew McClain d. 1804
Mother*Mary (?)

Child of Matthew McClain and Mary Holland

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 61. Dwelling 876.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 66. Written number 218. Dwelling 722.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 5. Dwelling 49.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 7, stamp number 279 C, line 1 house 58, 59.

Mary Holland

F, b. 1801, d. 1830
     Mary Holland was born in 1801 at Edgecombe, North Carolina, also reported as 1805. She was the daughter of Richard Harding Holland and Sarah Elizabeth Hargrove. Mary Holland married Matthew McClain, son of Matthew McClain and Mary (?), in 1826 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee. Mary Holland died in 1830 at McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee.
     As of 1826,her married name was McClain. She was referenced on Matthew McClain's household in the 1830 Census at Warren, Tennessee; Series: M19; Roll: 181; Page: 305
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 40: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2.
Father*Richard Harding Holland b. 9 Jul 1777, d. 1839
Mother*Sarah Elizabeth Hargrove b. 1774, d. 1806

Child of Mary Holland and Matthew McClain

John Rupp Sr.

M, b. 10 August 1782, d. 20 November 1865
     John Rupp Sr. was born on 10 August 1782 at Rhine country, Germany, also reported as 1783. He married Margaret Houff before 1811. John Rupp Sr. died on 20 November 1865 at Potosi, Grant, Wisconsin, at age 83. He was buried after 20 November 1865 at St. Andrew's Cemetery, Tennyson, Grant, Wisconsin, next to his daughter-in-law, Elizabeth Winter Rupp.
John Rupp Sr tombstone 1782 - 1865

     John Rupp Sr. was also known as Johann. Mr. Rupp and his family came to Pennsylvania in 1836, where he worked as a mason until 1842, when he came west to Wisconsin. John Rupp Sr. was also known as Roupp. John Rupp Sr. was also known as Johan. He was a Farmer in 1837. He and Margaret Houff immigrated on 16 August 1837 to Arrival Port: New York, New York, then to, Pennsylvania, Ship name: Burgundy
Port of Departure: LeHavre, France
Origin Ship: Burgundy
Arrival Date: 16 Aug 1837
Johann Rupp, age 53
Margaretha Rupp, age 45
Johannas Rupp, age 26
Johann Rupp, age 22
Barbara Rupp, age 15
Gertraud Rupp, age 13
Gertraud Catharine Rupp, age 10
Anton Rupp, age 8
Georg Rupp, age 5
Anna Rupp, age 3.
Ship Passenger Records for Johann Rupp family 16 Aug 1837 - page 1
Ship Passenger Records for Johann Rupp family 16 Aug 1837 - page 2
John Rupp Sr. was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Tamaqua, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania; Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1 (George)
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 (Anton)
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1 (John Sr.)
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 (Ann)
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1 (Gertraud Catharine)
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 2 (Barbara & Gertraud)
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1 (Margaret)
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 8.
1840 Tamaqua Schuylkill PA - Rupp, John Sr
He migrated in 1842 at Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. In 1846 at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Tennyson, Grant, Wisconsin, 1st Church of Logs - Fr. (Rev. Andrew) Tusch celebrated mass in a log church situated near the present sisters' (Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity) home. Ten acres of land were purchased for the parish Oct. 3, 1846 by Bishop John Martin Henni. Among the first worshipers were Frank Muller, Ludwig Schwab, John Holl, John Wallenhorst, Peter Zenz, Peter Ort, Frank Pluemer, Joseph Blindert, John Siepker, John Rupp, Anton Rupp, Johannes Rupp, and Peter School.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal August 15, 1946 - 100th anniversary of St Andrews Catholic Church, Tennyson, Grant, WI
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at District Number 24, Grant, Wisconsin.1
1850 dist24 Grant WI - Roupp (Rupp), John
He was listed in John Rupp Jr.'s household on the 1860 Census at Potosi, Grant, Wisconsin.2

Children of John Rupp Sr. and Margaret Houff

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, page 119. Stamp 60. Dwelling 858.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 19. Stamp 619. Dwelling 157.

Margaret Houff

F, b. circa 1792, d. circa 1842
     Margaret Houff was born circa 1792 at Rhine country, Germany. She married John Rupp Sr. before 1811. Margaret Houff died circa 1842 at probably Schuylkill, Pennsylvania.
     Margaret Houff was also known as Margaretha. As of before 1811,her married name was Rupp. She and John Rupp Sr. immigrated on 16 August 1837 to Arrival Port: New York, New York, then to, Pennsylvania, Ship name: Burgundy
Port of Departure: LeHavre, France
Origin Ship: Burgundy
Arrival Date: 16 Aug 1837
Johann Rupp, age 53
Margaretha Rupp, age 45
Johannas Rupp, age 26
Johann Rupp, age 22
Barbara Rupp, age 15
Gertraud Rupp, age 13
Gertraud Catharine Rupp, age 10
Anton Rupp, age 8
Georg Rupp, age 5
Anna Rupp, age 3.
Ship Passenger Records for Johann Rupp family 16 Aug 1837 - page 1
Ship Passenger Records for Johann Rupp family 16 Aug 1837 - page 2
Margaret Houff was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Tamaqua, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania; Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1 (George)
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 (Anton)
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1 (John Sr.)
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 (Ann)
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1 (Gertraud Catharine)
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 2 (Barbara & Gertraud)
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1 (Margaret)
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 8.
1840 Tamaqua Schuylkill PA - Rupp, John Sr

Children of Margaret Houff and John Rupp Sr.

Carl Fred Niemann

M, b. 28 August 1845, d. 1939
     Carl Fred Niemann was born on 28 August 1845 at Island Rugen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, Rügen, largest island of Germany, in the Baltic Sea opposite Stralsund and separated from the German mainland by the Strelasund (Strela Sound) and the Bodden Strait. It is administered as part of Mecklenburg–West Pomerania Land (state). He and Antoinette Tobias obtained a marriage license on 23 November 1880 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, "Marriage License #50094. State of Illinois. Cook County. The people of the state of Illinois. To any person legally authorized to Solemnize Marriage, Greetings: Marriage may be celebrated between Mr. Carl Niemann of Chicago in the County of Cook and State of Illinois of the age of 35 years, and Miss Antoinette Tobias of Chicago in the County of Cook and State of Illinois of the age of 21 years. Witness, E. F. C. Klokke, Clerk of the County Court of said Cook County, and the seal thereof at my office in Chicago this 23rd day of November A. D. 1880."1 Carl Fred Niemann married Antoinette Tobias, daughter of (?) Tobias and unknown (?), on 24 November 1880 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, "Marriage License. State of Illinois. Cook County. I, May Elirihand a Justice of the Peace, hearby certify that Mr. Carl Niemann and Miss Antoinette Tobias were united in Marriage by me in Chicago in the County of Cook on the 24 day of November 1880."2
Marriage index of Carl Niemann - Antoinette Tobias - Chicago, Cook, IL 24 Nov 1880
Carl Fred Niemann died in 1939. He was buried in 1939 at Denzer United Methodist Church, Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
Carl F and Antoniette Niemann tombstone

     Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Charlie. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Karl. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Charles. Carl Niemann was a sailor and sailed around the world several times. According to a story told by John Laverne Niemann Jr to his daughter Marcia "He said his grandfather (Carl Niemann) had been in the Prussian army. He said Carl went AWOL and got on to a sailing ship. He sailed around the world and jumped ship in the Great Lakes. He said that his grandfather taught him how to splice ropes and tie many types of knots which helped Dad immensely in farming. This tale was told to Marcia while she was watching her Dad splice a broken rope used to lift hay bales into the hayloft." Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Friedrich. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as F. C. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Fred Carl. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Carl Frederich. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as Nieman. Carl Fred Niemann was also known as C. F. He immigrated in 1871 to Pensacola, Florida, also reported as 1872. He was naturalized in March 1879 at Superior Court of Cook County, Cook, Illinois, According to Chicago Voter Registration 1888, Carl Niemann was naturalized March 1879 in the Cook County Court. Frederick Nieman was listed as a boarder with the John Tholen family (owner of a hotel boarding house) on the 1880 Census at Chicago, Cook, Illinois. His occupation is listed as sailor. Also living in this boarding house is his future wife Tony Tobias; living on Canal street.4
1880 Chicago Cook IL ED101 - Niemann, Fred + Tobais, Tony (Antoinette)
He was a sailor on 10 June 1880. He and Antoinette Tobias lived in October 1888 at Avenue L, between 105th and 106th St., Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois. Carl Fred Niemann was VOTER REGISTRATION on 16 October 1888 at Village of Hyde Park, Cook, Illinois.
1888 Chicago Voter Registration - Niemann, Carl
He migrated in 1891 at Illinois to, Sauk, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, 3 males and 3 females in the household.5 He witnessed the baptism of George Arthur Niemann on 22 May 1898 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Carl Fred Niemann witnessed the confirmation of Isabella Marie Niemann on 26 March 1899 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Carl Fred Niemann was a farmer in 1900. In 1900 1900 census lists Carl as "NA" (naturalized citizen). He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Fred J. Klipstein.7
1900 Franklin Sauk WI ED134 - Nieman (Niemann), Fred C
He witnessed the baptism of Allen Albert Niemann on 27 November 1901 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Carl Fred Niemann witnessed the confirmation of John Henry Niemann on 23 March 1902 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Carl Fred Niemann appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin, reported owning farm "free", without mortgage.8
1905 Franklin Sauk WI - Nieman Carl F
He was a farmer in 1910. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.9
1910 Franklin Sauk WI ED115 - Niemann, Fred C
He was a farmer in 1920. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Frank Gehrke.10
1920 Franklin Sauk WI ED164 - Niemann, Fred
On 31 December 1922 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman and son, Allen, ate New Year's dinner with their son, George Nieman and family at White Mound. Printed in The Capital Times 05 Jan 1923. On 29 July 1923 Mr. and Mrs. J. Zick of Denzin and Geo. Nieman and family were guests Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman party announcement 03 Aug 1923
On 28 December 1923 F. C. Nieman was taken seriously ill Friday but is better. 02 Jan 1924.
F. C. Nieman was taken seriously ill Friday but is better. 02 Jan 1924
On 2 January 1924 Mr. and Mrs. Will Ware spent Sunday at the C. F. Nieman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ware spent Sunday at the C. F. Nieman home. 02 Jan 1924
On 2 January 1924 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick party announcement. On 6 April 1928 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman and children, White Mound, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. (Madison Capital Times April 6, 1928). On 30 October 1929 Floyd Bailey, Marquette, Mich., and Mrs. Jacob Hasten, Beloit, are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman entertained Floyd Baily, Marquette, Mich., Mrs. J. Hastere, Beloit, Miss Belle Nieman, California, Mr. and Mrs. George Nieman and children, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Wednesday at a 6 o'clock dinner. 30 Oct 1929. He was a none (retired) in 1930. On 2 January 1930 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman and son, Darrell, and Audrey Sparling spent Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Albert Giese.11
1930 Loganville Sauk WI ED22 - Nieman (Niemann), F C
On 2 December 1930 at Sauk, Wisconsin, 50th wedding anniversary article - Residents of Loganville Are Wed 50 Years - F. C. Niemans Are Honored at Family Reunion - LOGANVILLE - F. C. Niemann and Antionette Tobias were married in Chicago, Nov. 24, 1880. They resided in that city for eleven years, then moved to a farm at Denzer, Sauk county, later moving on a farm six miles from Loganville where they resided until a few years ago when they moved to Loganville. To this union, seven children were born, Nettie, Mrs. John Zick, Denzer; Belle, employed at Universal City, Cal; John, George, Fred of Plain; Erhart, Louisville, Ky., and Allen, Loganville. All attended the golden wedding dinner except Mrs. Belle, of California, and Erhart, Kentucky.
F. C. Niemann and Antionette Tobias - 50th wedding anniversary article 02 Dec 1930
On 28 August 1936 at 91st birthday party, Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin, Carl Niemann of Loganville, Observed 91st Birthday Friday - Carl F. Niemann, long-time resident of Loganville, hale and hearty, observed his 91st birthday last Friday. He, with Mrs. Niemann, were the honored guests at a birthday party arranged by their children who live in the Loganville community. During the day many friends and neighbors extended congratulations. Looking 20 years younger than his actual age, Mr. Niemann keeps active by working a garden and makes a daily trip to the village post office. A resident of this country since 1871, Mr. Niemann spent an interesting young life in his native Germany, where he served in the army. Born on August 28, 1845, on the Island Rugen, Mr. Niemann, as was the duty of the youth of Germany, served three years in the army when he was 20 years old. He saw action in 1866, and for a time was a member of the guard of honor to the present ex-Kaiser Wilhelm when the latter was four years old. In 1868 Mr. Niemann took to the sea on the old wind-jammers, and three years later arrived at Pensacola, Fla., on an American ship. He took out his citizenship papers as soon as possible, casting his lot in the new country. He married Miss Antoinette Tobias on Nov. 24, 1880 at Chicago. They came to Wisconsin and settled on a farm, 3 1/2 miles southeast of Loganville in 1891. Here they reared their family, and 16 years ago retired from the farm, moving to the village. Mr. and Mrs. Niemann have seven children, Ertie, Kentucky; Fred, Washington, D. C; Mrs. Nettie Zick, Denzer; Belle, Los Angeles; Allen, Sawyer; John, Loganville, and George on the homestead farm. There are also 12 grandchildren. - Reedsburg Paper 02 Sep 1936.
Carl Niemann 91st birthday party 1936

Children of Carl Fred Niemann and Antoinette Tobias

Citations

  1. [S199] Carl Niemann Marriage License: #50094.
  2. [S186] Illinois, Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, License 500941/2.
  3. [S179] Wisconsin Sauk County Cemetery Headstones Vol. 1, pg 36.
    NIEMANN: Carl F. 1845 - 1939 Father
    Antoniette 1849 - 1940 Mother.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-0192 Sheet 430A. Dwelling 138. ED101.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  6. [S386] Lutheran Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940.
  7. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 2A. Stamp 136. ED 134. Dwelling 26.
  8. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 133.
  9. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 1A. Stamp 114. ED 115. Dwelling 6.
  10. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 3B. ED 164. Stamp 35B, line 78 61,63.
  11. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-22. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 16.

Antoinette Tobias

F, b. December 1858, d. 1940
     Antoinette Tobias was born at Austria in December 1858. She was the daughter of (?) Tobias and unknown (?). Antoinette Tobias and Carl Fred Niemann obtained a marriage license on 23 November 1880 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, "Marriage License #50094. State of Illinois. Cook County. The people of the state of Illinois. To any person legally authorized to Solemnize Marriage, Greetings: Marriage may be celebrated between Mr. Carl Niemann of Chicago in the County of Cook and State of Illinois of the age of 35 years, and Miss Antoinette Tobias of Chicago in the County of Cook and State of Illinois of the age of 21 years. Witness, E. F. C. Klokke, Clerk of the County Court of said Cook County, and the seal thereof at my office in Chicago this 23rd day of November A. D. 1880."1 Antoinette Tobias married Carl Fred Niemann on 24 November 1880 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, "Marriage License. State of Illinois. Cook County. I, May Elirihand a Justice of the Peace, hearby certify that Mr. Carl Niemann and Miss Antoinette Tobias were united in Marriage by me in Chicago in the County of Cook on the 24 day of November 1880."2
Marriage index of Carl Niemann - Antoinette Tobias - Chicago, Cook, IL 24 Nov 1880
Antoinette Tobias was buried in 1940 at Denzer United Methodist Church, Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
Carl F and Antoniette Niemann tombstone
She died in 1940.
     Antoinette Tobias was also known as Nettie. Antoinette Tobias was also known as Antionette. Antoinette Tobias was also known as Antoine Hegel. Antoinette Tobias was also known as Tony. Antoinette Tobias also went by the name of Antoneta. She immigrated in 1874. She was listed as a boarder with the John Tholen family (owner of a hotel boarding house) on the 1880 Census at Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Her occupation is listed as servant. Also living in this household is Fred Nieman, her future husband; living on Canal street.4
1880 Chicago Cook IL ED101 - Niemann, Fred + Tobais, Tony (Antoinette)
As of 24 November 1880,her married name was Niemann.2 As of 24 November 1880,her married name was Nieman.2 She and Carl Fred Niemann lived in October 1888 at Avenue L, between 105th and 106th St., Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois. Antoinette Tobias counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of Carl Fred Niemann at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; 3 males and 3 females in the household.5 Antoinette Tobias witnessed the baptism of George Arthur Niemann on 22 May 1898 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Antoinette Tobias witnessed the confirmation of Isabella Marie Niemann on 26 March 1899 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Antoinette Tobias had 6 with 6 living in June 1900 children. She was listed as wife in Carl Fred Niemann's household on the 1900 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Fred J. Klipstein.7 Antoinette Tobias witnessed the baptism of Allen Albert Niemann on 27 November 1901 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Antoinette Tobias witnessed the confirmation of John Henry Niemann on 23 March 1902 at St John's Lutheran Church, Leland, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Antoinette Tobias is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Carl Fred Niemann at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; reported owning farm "free", without mortgage.8 Antoinette Tobias had 7 with 7 living in 1910 children. She was listed as wife in Carl Fred Niemann's household on the 1910 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.9 Antoinette Tobias was listed as wife in Carl Fred Niemann's household on the 1920 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Frank Gehrke.10 On 31 December 1922 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman and son, Allen, ate New Year's dinner with their son, George Nieman and family at White Mound. Printed in The Capital Times 05 Jan 1923. On 29 July 1923 Mr. and Mrs. J. Zick of Denzin and Geo. Nieman and family were guests Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman party announcement 03 Aug 1923
On 2 January 1924 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick party announcement. On 6 April 1928 Mr. and Mrs. John Zick, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman and children, White Mound, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. (Madison Capital Times April 6, 1928). On 30 October 1929 Floyd Bailey, Marquette, Mich., and Mrs. Jacob Hasten, Beloit, are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman entertained Floyd Baily, Marquette, Mich., Mrs. J. Hastere, Beloit, Miss Belle Nieman, California, Mr. and Mrs. George Nieman and children, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Wednesday at a 6 o'clock dinner. 30 Oct 1929. In 1930 1930 census lists Antoinette as "AL" (alien, not naturalized citizen). On 2 January 1930 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nieman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieman and son, Darrell, and Audrey Sparling spent Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieman. Antoinette Tobias was listed as wife in Carl Fred Niemann's household on the 1930 Census at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Albert Giese.11 On 2 December 1930 at Sauk, Wisconsin, 50th wedding anniversary article - Residents of Loganville Are Wed 50 Years - F. C. Niemans Are Honored at Family Reunion - LOGANVILLE - F. C. Niemann and Antionette Tobias were married in Chicago, Nov. 24, 1880. They resided in that city for eleven years, then moved to a farm at Denzer, Sauk county, later moving on a farm six miles from Loganville where they resided until a few years ago when they moved to Loganville. To this union, seven children were born, Nettie, Mrs. John Zick, Denzer; Belle, employed at Universal City, Cal; John, George, Fred of Plain; Erhart, Louisville, Ky., and Allen, Loganville. All attended the golden wedding dinner except Mrs. Belle, of California, and Erhart, Kentucky.
F. C. Niemann and Antionette Tobias - 50th wedding anniversary article 02 Dec 1930
Antoinette Tobias was listed as a boarder (actually step-grandmother) in Harold Leslie Zick's household on the 1940 Census at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.12
Father*(?) Tobias
Mother*unknown (?)

Children of Antoinette Tobias and Carl Fred Niemann

Citations

  1. [S199] Carl Niemann Marriage License: #50094.
  2. [S186] Illinois, Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, License 500941/2.
  3. [S179] Wisconsin Sauk County Cemetery Headstones Vol. 1, pg 36
    NIEMANN: Carl F. 1845 - 1939 Father
    Antoniette 1849 - 1940 Mother.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED101. NA Film Number T9-0192 Sheet 430A. Dwelling 138.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  6. [S386] Lutheran Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940.
  7. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 2A. Stamp 136. ED 134. Dwelling 26.
  8. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 133.
  9. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 1A. Stamp 114. ED 115. Dwelling 6.
  10. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 3B. ED 164. Stamp 35B, line 78 61,63.
  11. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-22. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 16.
  12. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 56-17.

James Francis Kaney

M, b. 18 July 1854, d. 5 January 1935
James Frances Kaney
James Frances & Mary Byrne Kaney
James F Kaney signature 1907
     James Francis Kaney was born at Whitewater, Walworth, Wisconsin, on 18 July 1854; James F. was the eldest son. He was the son of Patrick Henry Kaney Sr. and Rose Croal. James Francis Kaney married Mary Anne Byrne, daughter of Patrick Byrne and Anna Hullen, on 21 April 1884 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Keysville, Richland, Wisconsin, Richland Co. #1-485. James Francis Kaney was listed as a beneficiary in Thomas Byrne's will on 30 August 1907 at Sauk, Wisconsin; Probate for Thomas Byrne - debt to James F Kaney.
Probate for Thomas Byrne - debt to James F Kaney - Sauk, WI 30 Aug 1907
James Francis Kaney died on 5 January 1935 at at the home of his daughter Mary Adams, Ableman (now Rock Springs), Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 80 James Francis Kaney, the oldest son of Patrick and Rose Kaney, pioneer settlers of the town of Bear Creek, was born at Whitewater in July, 1854, and died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Adams, at Ableman, on January 5th, 1935. When a small boy, his family moved to Bear Creek and established a home in the wilderness. At that time bears were numerous and it was his delight to tell about them. When a young man, he married Mary Ann Byrne, a daughter of the late Patrick Byrne of Lone Rock, and they took up a claim at Kimball, South Dakota, in 1883, and homesteaded there for twenty years. In 1895, he returned to Bear Creek with his family and resided there and at Reedsburg until his death. Fifteen children were born to this union, three having preceded him in death. They are John and Will of Reedsburg, Mrs. Mary Adams and Emmett of Ableman, Mrs. Florence Johnson, Barron; Mrs. Katherine Peterson, Mrs. Anna Bollweg, Chicago; Mrs. Nellie Nieman and Albert, Plain; Wilfred and Hubert, Reedsburg, and Mrs. Lucile Schultz of California. His is also survived by his aged wife, two brothers, John of Milwaukee and Joseph of Richland Center and four sisters of the Order of Saint Vincent on the Hudson, New York City. His funeral took place at Loreto January 8th, 1935, Rev. Kaiser officiating, and was largely attended by old friends and neighbors. Interment was made in the Loreto Catholic cemetery. He was buried on 8 January 1935 at St. Patricks Catholic Cemetery, New Loreto, Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, KANEY: James F. 1854 - 1935
Mary 1863 - 1947 (nee BYRNE).1
Kaney, James F
Kaney, James F + Mary Byrne

     Patrick Henry Kaney Sr. migrated with is parents in May 1855 at from Whitewater, Wisconsin, Sandusky, Sauk, Wisconsin; James F. Kaney was born at Whitewater, Wis., July 18, 1854, and at the age of 10 months moved with his parents, Rose and Patrick Kaney, to Sandusky where he grew into manhood.2 James Francis Kaney was listed in Patrick Henry Kaney Sr.'s household on the 1860 Census at P. O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.3 James Francis Kaney was listed in Patrick Henry Kaney Sr.'s household on the 1870 Census at P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin; Next door to John & Catherine Croal.4 On 8 February 1874 at extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal Milwaukee, Feb. 8 (1874) - Particulars of an extraordinary crime have been received here. John Croal left this city, where he has a brother (Andrew Croal) on the police-force, last Saturday (31 Jan 1874), for Sauk county, his former home. He went to his house on the following Monday (02 Feb 1874), and his wife, hearing his approach, and fearing him, fled, abandoning her four children. Croal picked up the youngest child, dashed it upon the floor, kicked it, and stamped upon it, so that it was not expected to live more than a few moments when last heard from. Croal then went to the house of Patrick Kaney, his brother-in-law, whose life he had repeatedly threatened, and, finding Mr. and Mrs. Kaney absent, fired the barn, stacks of straw, and grain-bins, and escaped to the woods. Here, by a singular fatality, he found his nephew, James Kaney, chopping wood, and asked him to lend him his ax. The young man complied, and he instantly attacked him, cutting him in the abdomen and the muscle at the base of the brain. Thinking he had killed him, he covered the body with snow, and left, it is believed, for Richland county. At last advices a constable and several citizens were in pursuit. Young Kaney was still living.
extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal 09 Feb 1874 Chicago Daily Tribune (Chicago, IL)
On 15 February 1874 at Recovery of victims of John Croal rampage, including James Kaney.
Recovery of victims of John Croal rampage, including James Kaney 15 Feb 1874 Chicago Daily Tribune (Chicago, IL)
On 17 February 1874 at Wisconsin Article: John Croal rampage and attempted killing of James Kaney.
Janesville Gazette February 17, 1874 - John Croal rampage and attempted killing of James Kaney
James Francis Kaney was listed as a son in Patrick Henry Kaney Sr.'s household on the 1880 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Catherine Croal.5 James Francis Kaney purchased land on 10 November 1888 at Brule, South Dakota, Name: KANEY JAMES F Meridian: 05, Twp: 103 N, Range: 068 W, Section: 034 Acreage: 160 Type: 251101 Casetype: PATENT Docid: 7224 Date: 10/11/1888.6 He purchased land on 17 November 1894 at Brule, South Dakota, Name: KANEY JAMES F Meridian: 05, Twp: 101 N, Range: 068 W, Section: 019 Acreage: 160 Type: 272002 Casetype: PATENT Docid: 66 Date: 11/17/1894.7 He appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, household includes 4 males and 6 females; all born in the United States.
1895 Bear Creek Sauk WI - James Kaney
He was a farmer in 1900. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Bear Creek Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.8
1900 Bear Creek Sauk WI ED129 - Kaney, James + Walsh, Michael + Mears, Martin + John
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.9
1905 Bear Creek Sauk WI - Kaney, James
In 1906 Bill for work for Thomas Byrne by James F Kaney and sons.
Bill for work for Thomas Byrne by James F Kaney and sons 1906 - page 1
Bill for work for Thomas Byrne by James F Kaney and sons 1906 - page 2
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Bear Creek Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.10
1910 Bear Creek Sauk WI ED110 - Kaney, J F (James)
He lived in 1914 at Seven Mile Creek, Juneau, Wisconsin, listed on land ownership map; 2 parcels in School District 1.
Land ownership map Seven Mile Creek, Juneau, WI - 1914 - including J F Kaney
He was a farmer in 1920. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Seven Mile Creek, Juneau, Wisconsin.11
1920 Seven Mile Creek Juneau WI ED78 - Kaney, James F
He was a farmer in 1930. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Dellona, Sauk, Wisconsin.12
1930 Dellona Sauk WI ED9 - Kaney, James F
Father*Patrick Henry Kaney Sr. b. 18 May 1811, d. 21 Oct 1901
Mother*Rose Croal b. Jul 1833, d. 26 Dec 1908

Children of James Francis Kaney and Mary Anne Byrne

Citations

  1. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 19.
  2. [S209] Baraboo Weekly News, Jan 17, 1935. Pg 1.
  3. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 108. Dwelling 1268.
  4. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 5-6. Stamp 272. Dwelling 41.
  5. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 264. Pg 1. Stamp 262A. Dwelling 8.
  6. [S261] Land Office Records Land Patent Record, by Bureau of Land Management, Accession/Serial #: SDMTAA 032825 BLM Serial #: SDMTAA 032825.
  7. [S261] Land Office Records Land Patent Record, by Bureau of Land Management, Accession/Serial #: SDMTAA 032684 BLM Serial #: SDMTAA 032684.
  8. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED129. Dwelling 57.
  9. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 112.
  10. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 110. Sheet 7B. Dwelling 124.
  11. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED78. Sheet 1A.
  12. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-9. Dwelling 34.

Mary Anne Byrne

F, b. March 1863, d. 30 May 1947
Mary Byrne Kaney
James Frances & Mary Byrne Kaney
     Mary Anne Byrne was born at Cross Plains, Dane, Wisconsin, in March 1863. She was the daughter of Patrick Byrne and Anna Hullen. Mary Anne Byrne married James Francis Kaney, son of Patrick Henry Kaney Sr. and Rose Croal, on 21 April 1884 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Keysville, Richland, Wisconsin, Richland Co. #1-485. Mary Anne Byrne died on 30 May 1947 at Spring Green, 8 miles south of Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 84 Mrs. Nory Kaney of Ableman, aged 84 years, passed away early Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Niemann, 8 miles south of Loganville. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Max Bollweg of West Chicago, Mrs. John Niemann of Loganville, Mrs. Mary Adams of Ableman, Mrs. Charles Peterson of Wheaton, Ill, Mrs. Max Troonboley of Long Beach, Calif., and by six sons, John and William Kaney, Albert Kaney of North Freedom, Emmett of Loganville, Wilfred of Baraboo and Hubert of Knoxville, Iowa, also by 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.1
Madison Wisconsin State Journal June 1, 1947 - Mary Byrne Kaney obituary
She was buried after 30 May 1947 at St. Patricks Catholic Cemetery, New Loreto, Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, KANEY: James F. 1854 - 1935
Mary 1863 - 1947 (nee BYRNE).2
Kaney, James F + Mary Byrne
Kaney, Mary Byrne

     Mary Anne Byrne was also known as Nory. Mary Anne Byrne was also known as Molly. She was listed in Patrick Byrne's household on the 1870 Census at Buena Vista, Richland, Wisconsin.3 Mary Anne Byrne was listed as a daughter in Patrick Byrne's household on the 1880 Census at Buena Vista, Richland, Wisconsin.4 As of 21 April 1884,her married name was Kaney. Mary Anne Byrne is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of James Francis Kaney at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; household includes 4 males and 6 females; all born in the United States. Mary Anne Byrne was listed as wife in James Francis Kaney's household on the 1900 Census at Bear Creek Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.5 Mary Anne Byrne is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of James Francis Kaney at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Mary Anne Byrne was listed as wife in James Francis Kaney's household on the 1910 Census at Bear Creek Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.7 Mary Anne Byrne lived in September 1918 at Lyndon, Juneau, Wisconsin. She was listed as wife in James Francis Kaney's household on the 1920 Census at Seven Mile Creek, Juneau, Wisconsin.8 Mary Anne Byrne was listed as wife in James Francis Kaney's household on the 1930 Census at Dellona, Sauk, Wisconsin.9 Mary Anne Byrne was listed as mother in Wilfred Edwin Kaney's household on the 1940 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.10
Father*Patrick Byrne b. 18 Sep 1829, d. 1 Nov 1897
Mother*Anna Hullen b. 25 Dec 1829, d. 23 Dec 1901

Children of Mary Anne Byrne and James Francis Kaney

Citations

  1. [S209] Baraboo Weekly News, June 5, 1947.
  2. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 19.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 21. Stamp 586. Dwelling 168.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-1445. Sheet 36A. ED231. Dwelling 56.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED129. Dwelling 57.
  6. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 112.
  7. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 110. Sheet 7B. Dwelling 124.
  8. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED78. Sheet 1A.
  9. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-9. Dwelling 34.
  10. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 56-31A.

Erastus Mercer

M, b. 12 February 1845, d. 24 January 1914
Erastus Mercer
Erastus Mercer and Family
     Erastus Mercer was born on 12 February 1845 at Golconda, Pope, Illinois.1,2 He was the son of Amos Erastus Mercer and Emeline Tanner. Erastus Mercer married Louisa Jane Spyker, daughter of Reverand Simon S. Spyker and Rosanna Kiefer, on 22 February 1872 at Richland, Wisconsin. Erastus Mercer died on 24 January 1914 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 68.1 He was buried after 24 January 1914 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
Erastus Mercer tombstone
Erastus Mercer tombstone - close up
Erastus Mercer tombstone

     Erastus Mercer was also known as E. Amos Mercer was a farmer. Erastus Mercer was also known as Rast. Erastus Mercer was also known as Amos Raz. He migrated with Amos Erastus Mercer on 1 June 1847; "On the first day of June, 1847, Amos and Emeline Mercer, with their two small children, began their overland journey to Wisconsin, by wagon and team. The route led through Springfield, Bloomington, Peoria, Galena, Mineral Point and Helena, to Spring Green, Wisconsin, arriving at their destination on July 9, a little over a month from the date they began. They moved into their homestead four years later. The widow of their son, Amos, Jr., now lives there. At that time there were only three families in Spring Green. The nearest post-office was Highand, 40 miles away, from which they received mail twice a year. She is buried in Spring Green cemetery."1 Erastus Mercer was listed in Amos Erastus Mercer's household on the 1850 Census at District 26, Richland, Wisconsin.4 Erastus Mercer was listed in Amos Erastus Mercer's household on the 1860 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; Next door to Joseph Mercer.5 Erastus Mercer was listed as a son in Amos Erastus Mercer's household on the 1870 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Erastus Mercer witnessed the marriage of Rosetta Mercer and John B. Hill on 6 April 1873 at Ithaca, Richland, Wisconsin; Rosetta Mercer and John Hill married Ithaca, Richland County, Wisconsin. April 6, 1873 by Rev.Spyker (Lou Mercer's father). Lou and Rast Mercer (Rose's cousin) stood up with them. Mrs. Spyker cooked the wedding dinner. "As this was the horse and bugy days they drove to Ithaca in Mr. Hill's brand new lumber wagon, drawn by 2 prancing hourses. The bright green wagon box had bright flowers on it." Erastus Mercer was a farmer in 1880. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
1880 Spring Green Sauk WI - Mercer, Erastus
He appeared on the census of 20 June 1895 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin, 6 males and 3 females in household; all born in the United States.8
1895 Spring Green Sauk WI - Mercer, Erastus
He was a farmer in 1900. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Spring Green Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.9
1900 Spring Green Sauk WI ED145 - Mercer, Erastus
He appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.10
He was a farmer in 1910. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.11
1910 Spring Green Sauk WI ED126 - Mercer, Erastus
1910 Spring Green Sauk WI ED126 - Mercer, Erastus - part 2
Father*Amos Erastus Mercer b. 5 Jan 1821, d. 24 May 1910
Mother*Emeline Tanner b. 22 Oct 1825, d. 23 Jun 1895

Children of Erastus Mercer and Louisa Jane Spyker

Citations

  1. [S1] AR
    "She personally got the information on the Mercer family from Naomi Mercer Niemann" Faye "Crotchett" Jones
    Mrs. G. E. Jones
    Morrilton, Genealogy Crotchett --- Tanner, Page 132.
  2. [S359] Bible, Mercer Family Bible.
  3. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 96.
  4. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dist 26 Reel: 432-1004 Page 208A.
  5. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 126. Dwelling 953.
  6. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, 1870 Census for Sauk Co, Spring Green. pg 11 #69,67.
  7. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 10 Dwelling #80.
  8. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  9. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 69,145 5,61.
  10. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 52.
  11. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 126. Dwelling #76.

Louisa Jane Spyker

F, b. 7 July 1850, d. 1926
Louisa Spyker Mercer
Erastus Mercer and Family
     Louisa Jane Spyker was born on 7 July 1850 at Woodbury, Morrow, Ohio. She was the daughter of Reverand Simon S. Spyker and Rosanna Kiefer. Louisa Jane Spyker married Erastus Mercer, son of Amos Erastus Mercer and Emeline Tanner, on 22 February 1872 at Richland, Wisconsin. Louisa Jane Spyker died in 1926 at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin. She was buried in 1926 at Spring Green Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
Louisa J Mercer tombstone

     Louisa Jane Spyker was also known as Lou. Louisa Jane Spyker was also known as Fannie. Louisa Jane Spyker was also known as Louise. She was listed as a daughter in Reverand Simon S. Spyker's household on the 1860 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.2 Louisa Jane Spyker was listed as a daughter in Reverand Simon S. Spyker's household on the 1870 Census at Ithaca, Richland, Wisconsin.3 As of 22 February 1872,her married name was Mercer. Louisa Jane Spyker witnessed the marriage of Rosetta Mercer and John B. Hill on 6 April 1873 at Ithaca, Richland, Wisconsin; Rosetta Mercer and John Hill married Ithaca, Richland County, Wisconsin. April 6, 1873 by Rev.Spyker (Lou Mercer's father). Lou and Rast Mercer (Rose's cousin) stood up with them. Mrs. Spyker cooked the wedding dinner. "As this was the horse and bugy days they drove to Ithaca in Mr. Hill's brand new lumber wagon, drawn by 2 prancing hourses. The bright green wagon box had bright flowers on it." Louisa Jane Spyker was listed as wife in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1880 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.4 Louisa Jane Spyker is counted on the census of 20 June 1895 in the household of Erastus Mercer at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin; 6 males and 3 females in household; all born in the United States.5 Louisa Jane Spyker had 8 with 7 living in 1900 children. She was listed as wife in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1900 Census at Spring Green Town, Sauk, Wisconsin.6 Louisa Jane Spyker is listed as wife on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Erastus Mercer at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.7 Louisa Jane Spyker was listed as wife in Erastus Mercer's household on the 1910 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.8 Louisa Jane Spyker was listed as the Mrs. R Mercer, head of a family on the 1920 Census at Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin.9
1920 Spring Green Sauk WI ED178 - Mercer, Fred + Mrs R
Father*Reverand Simon S. Spyker b. 23 Dec 1824, d. 8 Feb 1911
Mother*Rosanna Kiefer b. 10 Aug 1829, d. 25 Aug 1900

Children of Louisa Jane Spyker and Erastus Mercer

Citations

  1. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, pg 96.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling #901.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 16. Dwelling 122.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 10 Dwelling #80.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com.
  6. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 69,145 5,61.
  7. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 52.
  8. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 126. Dwelling #76.
  9. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 28. ED 178. Dwelling 84.