Mathilda Wilberding

F, b. January 1895, d. February 1964
Father*Anton Wilberding
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Feldmann b. 12 Jan 1867, d. 22 Jun 1944
Name TypeDateDescription
NicknameMathilda Wilberding also went by the name of Tillie.
Married Name20 April 1915As of 20 April 1915,her married name was Rupp.
Life EventDateDescription
BirthJanuary 1895Mathilda Wilberding was born in January 1895 at Dubuque, Iowa.
She was the daughter of Anton Wilberding and Elizabeth Ann Feldmann.
Marriage20 April 1915Mathilda Wilberding married Frederick Nicholas Rupp, son of Frank A. Rupp and Susannah Fisch, on 20 April 1915 at Remsen, Iowa.
DeathFebruary 1964Mathilda Wilberding died in February 1964 at age 69 Mathilda (Wilberding) Rupp obituary.
Lemars (IA) Daily Sentinel February 26, 1964 - Mathilda (Wilberding) Rupp obituary

Emma Babb

F
Father*Philip Henry Babb b. 7 Mar 1816, d. 12 Jun 1901
Mother*Hannah Thornton b. 2 Apr 1823, d. 3 Nov 1889
Life EventDateDescription
Emma Babb was the daughter of Philip Henry Babb and Hannah Thornton.

Jane Babb

F
Father*Philip Henry Babb b. 7 Mar 1816, d. 12 Jun 1901
Mother*Hannah Thornton b. 2 Apr 1823, d. 3 Nov 1889
Life EventDateDescription
Jane Babb was the daughter of Philip Henry Babb and Hannah Thornton.

James Wilson Babb

M, b. 26 September 1789, d. 14 May 1875
James Wilson Babb
Life EventDateDescription
Birth26 September 1789James Wilson Babb was born on 26 September 1789 at Winchester, Frederick, Virginia.
Marriage25 January 1813He married Rebecca Scarff on 25 January 1813.
Death14 May 1875James Wilson Babb died on 14 May 1875 at age 85.
  • At Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, first white settler.
  • In 1845 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, James W Babb arrives.1
    Reedsburg Remembers - The Babbs Arrive - page 15

Children of James Wilson Babb and Rebecca Scarff

Citations

  1. [S215] Sesquicentennial History Committee, Reedsburg Remembers 150 Years, page 15.

Rebecca Scarff

F, b. 1789, d. 12 August 1858
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name25 January 1813As of 25 January 1813,her married name was Babb.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1789Rebecca Scarff was born in 1789 at Winchester, Frederick, Virginia.
Marriage25 January 1813She married James Wilson Babb on 25 January 1813.
Death12 August 1858Rebecca Scarff died on 12 August 1858.

Children of Rebecca Scarff and James Wilson Babb

Betsey Babb

F
Father*James Wilson Babb b. 26 Sep 1789, d. 14 May 1875
Mother*Rebecca Scarff b. 1789, d. 12 Aug 1858
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Baker.
Life EventDateDescription
Betsey Babb was the daughter of James Wilson Babb and Rebecca Scarff.
MarriageBetsey Babb married Sterne Baker.

Child of Betsey Babb and Sterne Baker

Sterne Baker

M
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageSterne Baker married Betsey Babb, daughter of James Wilson Babb and Rebecca Scarff.

Child of Sterne Baker and Betsey Babb

Main Baker

M
Father*Sterne Baker
Mother*Betsey Babb
Life EventDateDescription
Main Baker was the son of Sterne Baker and Betsey Babb.

Gene Cardinal

M
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageGene Cardinal married Marcella V. Decot, daughter of Victor Jack Decot and Lora M. A. Schuette, at 2nd marriage for her.

Virginia (?)

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Steinweg.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageVirginia (?) married Bruno W. Steinweg, son of Albert Adolph Steinweg and Lydia Magdalene Meyer.

Hilda Dargel

F, d. December 1918
Father*Fred Dargel d. a 1918
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Rosenthal.
Life EventDateDescription
Hilda Dargel was the daughter of Fred Dargel.
BirthHilda Dargel was born at Sauk, Wisconsin.
MarriageShe married Gustav Rosenthal, son of Charles L. Rosenthal and Dorathea Schweke.
DeathDecember 1918Hilda Dargel died in December 1918.

Juanita Zoe Johnson

F, b. 23 May 1915, d. 16 February 2011
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name26 December 1938As of 26 December 1938,her married name was Kasparie.
Married Name12 September 1980As of 12 September 1980,her married name was Gale.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth23 May 1915Juanita Zoe Johnson was born on 23 May 1915 at Paloma, Illinois.
Marriage26 December 1938She married Virgil Fred Kasparie, son of William Clement Kasparie and Lucinde Caroline Conradine Arendt, on 26 December 1938 at Davenport, Iowa, Marriage record of Virgil Frederick Kasparie and Juanita Zoe Johnson.
Marriage record of Virgil Frederick Kasparie and Juanita Zoe Johnson 26 Dec 1938 Davenport, IA
Marriage12 September 1980Juanita Zoe Johnson married Raymond C. Gale on 12 September 1980 at Riverside, California.
Death16 February 2011Juanita Zoe Johnson died on 16 February 2011 at age 95.
  • In July 1939 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Breitzke and their daughters Allene and Delores, 1431 Morrison st, returned recently from a two weeks' vacation spent at Moline, Ill., with Mrs. Breitzke's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kasparie, and at Quincy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kasparie.
  • Juanita Zoe Johnson and Virgil Fred Kasparie lived in 1940 at Rock Island, Moline, Illinois.
  • In November 1940 Alvin and Lillian (Kasparie) Breitzke spent the weekend with Virgil and Juanita Casparie (Kasparie).

Debbie Lange

F, d. before 2012
Father*William C. Lange Jr. b. 11 Nov 1934, d. 1 May 2012
Mother*Carol A. Devitt
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was O’Connell.
Life EventDateDescription
Debbie Lange was the daughter of William C. Lange Jr. and Carol A. Devitt.
MarriageDebbie Lange married (?) O’Connell.
Deathbefore 2012Debbie Lange died before 2012.

(?) O’Connell

M
Life EventDateDescription
Marriage(?) O’Connell married Debbie Lange, daughter of William C. Lange Jr. and Carol A. Devitt.

Foster Harrison

M

Child of Foster Harrison

Isaac W. Morley

M, b. 1820
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1820Isaac W. Morley was born in 1820 at Mentor, Ohio.
Marriage1845He married Maryette Smith in 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Maryette Smith

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1845As of 1845,her married name was Morley.
Life EventDateDescription
Marriage1845Maryette Smith married Isaac W. Morley in 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Alvin H. Morley

M
Father*Isaac W. Morley b. 1820
Mother*Maryette Smith
Life EventDateDescription
Alvin H. Morley was the son of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Lucius W. Morley

M
Father*Isaac W. Morley b. 1820
Mother*Maryette Smith
Life EventDateDescription
Lucius W. Morley was the son of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Thomas E. Morley

M
Father*Isaac W. Morley b. 1820
Mother*Maryette Smith
Life EventDateDescription
Thomas E. Morley was the son of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
MarriageThomas E. Morley married Addie Craker.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Addie Craker

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Morley.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageAddie Craker married Thomas E. Morley, son of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Harvey W. Morley

M
Father*Isaac W. Morley b. 1820
Mother*Maryette Smith
Life EventDateDescription
Harvey W. Morley was the son of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

Minnie E. Morley

F
Father*Isaac W. Morley b. 1820
Mother*Maryette Smith
Life EventDateDescription
Minnie E. Morley was the daughter of Isaac W. Morley and Maryette Smith.
  • At Excelsior, Sauk, Wisconsin, The settlers of 1849 were numerous. The family of Isaac W. MORLEY came that year. Mr. MORLEY represented a long line of Colonial forbearers, tracing his descent from Isaac MORLEY, Mayflower pilgrim. His parents were Thomas and Lillis (RUSSELL) MORLEY, and his grandparents Thomas and Lucy MORLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. Abel RUSSELL. Isaac MORLEY was a native of Mentor, Ohio, born in 1820. In 1845 at Kirtland, Ohio, he married Maryette SMITH, daughter of Elijah and Rachael SMITH. Their children were: Mary, wife of Rufus C. COLE, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota; Alvin H; Lucius W; Thomas E., who married Addie CRAKER and resides in Reedsburg; Harvey W., for many years an Excelsior farmer; Leaphe, Minnie E.

William Tracy

M
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageWilliam Tracy married Nancy (?).

Child of William Tracy and Nancy (?)

Nancy (?)

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Tracy.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageNancy (?) married William Tracy.

Child of Nancy (?) and William Tracy

Mary K. Varner

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMary K. Varner was also known as Catherine.
Married Name20 April 1859As of 20 April 1859,her married name was Tracy.
Life EventDateDescription
Marriage20 April 1859Mary K. Varner married Mathew Jackson Tracy, son of James Tracy and Mary Tanner, on 20 April 1859.
Divorcebefore 1890Mary K. Varner and Mathew Jackson Tracy were divorced before 1890.

Children of Mary K. Varner and Mathew Jackson Tracy

James B. Tracy

M, b. 10 April 1855
Father*Mathew Jackson Tracy b. 6 Jan 1832, d. 1917
Mother*Susan Margaret Smith d. 10 Apr 1857
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageJames B. Tracy married Annie Henderson.
Birth10 April 1855James B. Tracy was born on 10 April 1855.
He was the son of Mathew Jackson Tracy and Susan Margaret Smith.

Richard M. Tracy

M, b. 7 March 1860, d. before 1888
Father*Mathew Jackson Tracy b. 6 Jan 1832, d. 1917
Mother*Mary K. Varner
Life EventDateDescription
Birth7 March 1860Richard M. Tracy was born on 7 March 1860.
He was the son of Mathew Jackson Tracy and Mary K. Varner.
Deathbefore 1888Richard M. Tracy died before 1888.

Mathew V. Tracy

M, b. 23 February 1862, d. March 1880
Father*Mathew Jackson Tracy b. 6 Jan 1832, d. 1917
Mother*Mary K. Varner
Name TypeDateDescription
NicknameMathew V. Tracy also went by the name of Hooker.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth23 February 1862Mathew V. Tracy was born on 23 February 1862.
He was the son of Mathew Jackson Tracy and Mary K. Varner.
DeathMarch 1880Mathew V. Tracy died in March 1880 at Nebraska at age 18 accidental shooting; obituary of Mathew V Tracy.
Greencastle (IN) Dollar Press April 14, 1880 - Mathew V Tracy obituary

Clarence Allen Tracy

M, b. 10 December 1867, d. 24 August 1904
Father*Mathew Jackson Tracy b. 6 Jan 1832, d. 1917
Mother*Mary K. Varner
Life EventDateDescription
Birth10 December 1867Clarence Allen Tracy was born on 10 December 1867 also reported as 09 Dec 1867.
He was the son of Mathew Jackson Tracy and Mary K. Varner.
Death24 August 1904Clarence Allen Tracy died on 24 August 1904 at age 36.