Paul Kuethe

M, b. 2 April 1913, d. 5 February 1992
Father*Otto C. Kuethe b. 17 Nov 1880
Mother*Martha L. (?)
  • Paul Kuethe was born on 2 April 1913 at Iowa.
  • He was the son of Otto C. Kuethe and Martha L. (?).
  • Paul Kuethe died on 5 February 1992 at age 78.
     Paul Kuethe obtained US Social Security Card at Iowa; last residence not specified.

Hortense Kuethe

F, b. circa 1916
Father*Otto C. Kuethe b. 17 Nov 1880
Mother*Martha L. (?)

Lucille Kuethe

F, b. circa 1918
Father*Otto C. Kuethe b. 17 Nov 1880
Mother*Martha L. (?)

Bernice Kuethe

F, b. circa 1919
Father*Otto C. Kuethe b. 17 Nov 1880
Mother*Martha L. (?)

Edgar Kuethe

M, b. 2 October 1920, d. November 1970
Father*Otto C. Kuethe b. 17 Nov 1880
Mother*Martha L. (?)
  • Edgar Kuethe was born on 2 October 1920 at Iowa.
  • He was the son of Otto C. Kuethe and Martha L. (?).
  • Edgar Kuethe died in November 1970 at age 50.
     Edgar Kuethe obtained US Social Security Card at Iowa; last residence not specified.

Clara Kuethe

F, b. 25 June 1876, d. 4 March 1943
Father*Rev. Friedrich Kuethe b. 3 Dec 1841, d. 29 Jun 1899
Mother*Wilhelmina F. Grossman b. 5 Apr 1855, d. 21 Oct 1907
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Schwake.
Census DateLocation
26 June 1880Harmony, Fillmore, MinnesotaClara Kuethe was listed as a daughter in Rev. Friedrich Kuethe's household on the 1880 Census at Harmony, Fillmore, Minnesota.1

Citations

  1. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-0619 Page Number 327A.

Hermann Schwake

M, b. 14 February 1871, d. 4 January 1950
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationHermann Schwake was also known as John.
Name VariationHermann Schwake was also known as Johann Hermann.

George Martin Grossman

M, b. 18 October 1823, d. 24 August 1897
Father*Ludwig Grossman
Mother*Maria Margaretha Rotenhaeuser
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationGeorge Martin Grossman was also known as Grossmann.
Census DateLocation
25 June 1860Sperry, Clayton, IowaGeorge Martin Grossman was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.2
June 1880Waverly, Bremer, IowaHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Waverly, Bremer, Iowa.3
     GEORGE MARTIN GROSSMANN, distinguished for his pioneer work as a Lutheran clergyman and particularly as the first director of the Wartburg College and Teachers Seminary at Waverly, was born in Germany, at Grossbieberau, Hessen-Darmdtadt, October 18, 1823, son of Ludwig and Maria Margaretha (Rotenhaeuser) Grossmann. His father was a teacher. He attended normal school at Friedburg, engaged in teaching, and while thus occupied became interested in the missionary work in America, then being directed by Wilhelm Loehe, of Neuendettelsau. After studying theology he offered his services to Loehe, who chose him to conduct a training school for parochial school teachers at Saginaw, Michigan.
George M. Grossmann was ordained at Hamburg, and with his family and some young men who were to be hid pupils reached Saginaw in July, 1862, opening his school. The Lutheran pastors of Saginaw County were members of the Missouri Synod. Grossmann soon found himself unpleasantly concerned in a controversy between Loehe and the Missouri Synod over the nature of the ministerial office and its relation to the priesthood of believers. He sided with Loehe against the extreme congregationalism of the Missourians. Consequently finding his position at Saginaw uncomfortable, he decided to migrate to a part of the country unoccupied by pastors of that synod, and accordingly, late in October, 1853, he and his friend, Rev. Johannes Deindoerfer, moved to Iowa. Settling at Dubuque, he reopened his school, gathered a Lutheran congregation, while Deindoerfer went some sixty miles northwestward into Clayton County. On August 24, 1854, these two pioneer ministers and two other young men recently sent over by Loehe met in Deindoerfer's cabin at Saint Sebald in Clayton County and organized the German Lutheran Synod of Iowa. The synod during the years continued to grow, although handicapped by the polemical onslaughts of the Missouri Synod, and by some dissensions and intrigue within its own ranks. Loehe continued to send men and money for its work, and as German immigrants poured into the West and Northwest the synod gradually extended its activities east to Lake Erie and west to the Rocky Mountains. Rev. Mr. Grossmann was president of the synod from 1854 to 1893.
In the meantime his school was transformed into a theological seminary, of which he was president until 1874. In 1878, in vacant rooms in an orphanage at Andrew, Iowa, he resumed his training of parochial school teachers. In 1879 the synod established a small private school for boys at Waverly, and at the call of the synod Rev. Mr. Grossmann took charge of the school, which became the Wartburg Normal College, designed to prepare young men for teaching in parish schools. Thus he became the first director or president of the new seminary. The youngest of the thirteen students enrolled in 1879 was August Engelbrecht, who is now director or president. For a short time Waverly's first hotel was rented as a temporary home for the college. In 1880 work was started on the building of "Old Maine," a three story structure, in the building of which the students contributed much of the labor. In 1885 the college department of the synod's theological seminary at Mendota, Illinois, was transferred to the Waverly school, which thereafter was known as the Warthurg College and Teachers Seminary. Some years later it was decided to separate the seminary and the college department and in 1894 the college was removed to Clinton, Iowa, where it has since been known as the Wartburg College. This division seriously depleted the faculty and student body at Waverly, but in a short time the academy department, the commercial department and school of music were added, in 1905 a pro-seminary department was organized, and about two years later co-education was introduced. In 1920 the Junior College was added and the name of the institution changed to Wartburg Normal College. Between 1910 and 1926 North Hall was doubled in size, and the old Commercial Building, Grossmann Hall, Watburg Hall, Gymnasium and Luther Hall and other structures added to the campus. At the present time Wartburg is a fully accredited normal school and junior college, with the campus and modern equipment. During the fifty years the school at Waverly has had four presidents or directors: Director Grossmann, Director Lutz, Director Bergatrasser and Director Engelbrecht.
Director Grossmann took up his labors at Waverly on a salary of six hundred dollars a year and a house, and continued to direct the work until 1894, when the infirmities of old age made it necessary for him to retire. He continued to be a resident of Waverly until his death on August 24, 1897. He was the author of a book, Die Christliche Gemeindeschule, published in 1895.
During his early manhood in Germany he married Nannie Steppes, who survived him and passed away in 1912 at the age of eighty-eight. Of their eight children the only surviving son is G. A. Grossmann, Waverly banker and secretary of the Lutheran Mutual Aid Society.

Children of George Martin Grossman and Nannie Steppes

Citations

  1. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Handwritten number 544. Dwelling 414.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED80. Dwelling 485.

Ludwig Grossman

M

Child of Ludwig Grossman and Maria Margaretha Rotenhaeuser

Maria Margaretha Rotenhaeuser

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Grossman.

Child of Maria Margaretha Rotenhaeuser and Ludwig Grossman

Nannie Steppes

F, b. circa 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore 1847As of before 1847,her married name was Grossman.
Census DateLocation
25 June 1860Sperry, Clayton, IowaNannie Steppes was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1860 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaNannie Steppes was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.2
June 1880Waverly, Bremer, IowaNannie Steppes was listed as wife in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1880 Census at Waverly, Bremer, Iowa.3

Children of Nannie Steppes and George Martin Grossman

Citations

  1. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Handwritten number 544. Dwelling 414.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED80. Dwelling 485.

Gottlobe A. Grossman

M, b. 25 May 1862, d. after 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationGottlobe A. Grossman was also known as G. A.
Census DateLocation
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaGottlobe A. Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
     G. A. GROSSMANN, banker at Waverly, widely known throughout the Iowa Lutheran Synod, is a son of George Martin Grossmann, a beloved pioneer of Iowa Lutheriam, a brief sketch of whose life and work is published preceding this. G. A. Grossmann was born May 25, 1862, in a cabin which represented a parsonage of the Iowa Synod. Mr. Grossmann was one of eight children of his parents and the only other one now living is Miss Nannie, the youngest child, who remained with her parents until their death. She lives at Waverly. The deceased children were: Emelia, wife of Rev. P. Bridow, of Maxfiled, Iowa; Eliese, wife of G. Amman, whose father was the first lay minister of the Iowa Lutheran Synod; Minna wife of Rev. F. Kuethe, of Waverly; Marie, wife of Rev. Henry Hoerig, of Watertown and Menominee, Wisconsin; G. S. who was in the United States mail service at Waverly and Waterloo; and Emma, wife of Paulus List, for twenty years manager of the Wartburg publishing house in Chicago, and now manager of the branch publishing house of the United Lutheran Church.
G. A. Grossmann was educated at home, partly under the direction of his father, and he completed his college course and theological training in Wartburg Seminary at Mendota, Illinois. After being ordained he was for four years pastor at Jubilee in Blackhawk County, Iowa. On account of a throat affliction he gave up the active ministry, and, returning to Waverly, did work for the Wartburg Publishing Company. In 1893 he bought the Waverly Phoenix, a German language newspaper, which had been established by a Mr. Krech, who sold it to Henry Schulz, from whom Mr. Grossmann purchased it in 1893. At the beginning of the World war the Phoenix was merged into the Weekly Democrat. The Democrat is now edited by Mr. Grossmann's son Arthur. Mr. Grossmann is an able business man and for several years has been president and director of the State Bank of Waverly.
His interests and activities have been unfailing in behalf of his church. Since 1899 he has been secretary of the Lutheran Mutual Aid Society and has managed its affairs with vigor and efficiency, maintaining them on a sound financial basis. Mr. Grossmann has always been known as a hard worker. His vigorous constitution today is probably due to his habits of industry and physical labor when a boy. At the age of fourteen he was binding wheat in the harvest fields, plowing corn, and doing other heavy manual toil. He is a member of the publishing committee of the Iowa Synod and of its finance committee, is a member of the board of directors of Wartburg College at Clinton, Iowa, and president of the Iowa Orphans Home Society. He is a member of the Community Club at Waverly, and for ten years was on th board of directors of the Iowa National Insurance Company of Des Moines. His father was a Republican, but Mr. Grossmann has been a consistent Democrat in principle, though in the Bryan campaign of 1896 he supported the gold standard ticket of Palmer and Buckner. Mr. Grossmann in 1923 took his first important vacation, when he spent three months in Europe. While overseas he placed wreaths on the graves of his ancestors.
He married Miss Anna Kaufmann, daughter of G. Kaufmann, of Waverly. The following children were born to their union: Cordelia, wife of A. R. Boer of Wisconsin; Arthur C., editor of the Waverly Democrat; Rosa, wife of Rev Eugene Poppen, of Detroit, Michigan; Helen, wife of E. L. Hahn, who is connected with the wholesale department of Marshall Field & Company in Chicago; W. P., owner of a moving picture house at Nevada, Iowa; W. P., who for two years was at Camp Dodge with the recruiting branch and at the close of the war with the discharging department, and prior to the war had worked in the bank at Waverly; Hilda, who completed her musical education in the Chicago College of Music, is voice teacher in the Kansas State Agricultural College at Manhattan; Emma is an employee of the Peninsular State Bank at Detroit, Michigan; Helmuth W., owner of a Funeral Home at Charles City, Iowa, was in the hospital department of the United States navy, assigned to the U. S. S. Montana in 1917-21.

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.

Nannie Grossman

F, b. circa 1868, d. after 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Census DateLocation
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaNannie Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
June 1880Waverly, Bremer, IowaNannie Grossman was listed as a daughter in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1880 Census at Waverly, Bremer, Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED80. Dwelling 485.

Emelia Grossman

F, b. circa 1847, d. before 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Bridow.
Census DateLocation
25 June 1860Sperry, Clayton, IowaEmelia Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1860 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Handwritten number 544. Dwelling 414.

Eliese Grossman

F, b. circa 1850, d. before 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationEliese Grossman was also known as Elizabeth.
Married NameHer married name was Amman.
Census DateLocation
25 June 1860Sperry, Clayton, IowaEliese Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1860 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Handwritten number 544. Dwelling 414.

Marie Grossman

F, b. circa 1858, d. before 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMarie Grossman was also known as Mary.
Married NameHer married name was Hoerig.
Census DateLocation
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaMarie Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.

Gotfried S. Grossman

M, b. circa March 1860, d. before 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationGotfried S. Grossman was also known as Frederick.
Name VariationGotfried S. Grossman was also known as G. S.
Census DateLocation
25 June 1860Sperry, Clayton, IowaGotfried S. Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1860 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaGotfried S. Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Handwritten number 544. Dwelling 414.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.

Emma Grossman

F, b. circa 1865, d. before 1931
Father*George Martin Grossman b. 18 Oct 1823, d. 24 Aug 1897
Mother*Nannie Steppes b. c 1824, d. 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was List.
Census DateLocation
7 July 1870Sperry, Clayton, IowaEmma Grossman was listed in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1870 Census at Sperry, Clayton, Iowa.1
June 1880Waverly, Bremer, IowaEmma Grossman was listed as a daughter in George Martin Grossman's household on the 1880 Census at Waverly, Bremer, Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6-7. Dwelling 43.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED80. Dwelling 485.

Olive G. (?)

F, b. 8 January 1900, d. October 1983
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namecirca 1925As of circa 1925,her married name was Giese.
Census DateLocation
1940Troy, Sauk, WisconsinOlive G. (?) was listed as wife in Benjamin F. Giese's household on the 1940 Census at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Fred Giese.1
     Olive G. (?) obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence Sauk City, Sauk, Wisconsin. On 5 November 1939 at Mr and Mrs Albert Hasz 25th wedding anniversary.

Citations

  1. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 56-39.

Herman Carl John Hanusa

M, b. 6 August 1888
Father*Gustave Adolf Hanusa b. 1857, d. 1927
Mother*Auguste Sophie Marie Goede b. 1865, d. 1951
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinHerman Carl John Hanusa is lised as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Gustave Adolf Hanusa at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
     On 5 June 1917 at World War I Draft Registration, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Child of Herman Carl John Hanusa and Annie (?)

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 26.

Walter Henry Hanusa

M, b. 1 May 1895
Father*Gustave Adolf Hanusa b. 1857, d. 1927
Mother*Auguste Sophie Marie Goede b. 1865, d. 1951
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinWalter Henry Hanusa is lised as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Gustave Adolf Hanusa at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
29 April 1940Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinWalter Henry Hanusa was listed as a son in Auguste Sophie Marie Goede's household on the 1940 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
     On 5 June 1917 at World War I Draft Registration, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 26.
  2. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 56-14.

Richard Fred Hanusa

M, b. 11 July 1898, d. January 1970
Father*Gustave Adolf Hanusa b. 1857, d. 1927
Mother*Auguste Sophie Marie Goede b. 1865, d. 1951
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinRichard Fred Hanusa is lised as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Gustave Adolf Hanusa at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
29 April 1940Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinRichard Fred Hanusa was listed as a son in Auguste Sophie Marie Goede's household on the 1940 Census at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
     Richard Fred Hanusa obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin. On 12 September 1918 at World War I Draft Registration, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 26.
  2. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 56-14.

Amanda A. Hanusa

F, b. 1 December 1900
Father*Gustave Adolf Hanusa b. 1857, d. 1927
Mother*Auguste Sophie Marie Goede b. 1865, d. 1951
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name30 March 1921As of 30 March 1921,her married name was Warren.1
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Franklin, Sauk, WisconsinAmanda A. Hanusa is lised as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Gustave Adolf Hanusa at Franklin, Sauk, Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S386] Lutheran Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church Records 1875-1940.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 26.

Annie (?)

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore June 1917As of before June 1917,her married name was Hanusa.

Child of Annie (?) and Herman Carl John Hanusa

Adolph Gargolla

M, b. March 1869
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAdolph Gargolla was also known as Adolf.
Name VariationAdolph Gargolla was also known as Gargola.
Census DateLocation
4 June 1900Troy, Sauk, WisconsinAdolph Gargolla was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinHe appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.2

Children of Adolph Gargolla and Helena Hanusa

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED147. Dwelling 17.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.

Emma M. Gargolla

F, b. February 1890
Father*Adolph Gargolla b. Mar 1869
Mother*Helena Hanusa b. May 1869
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationEmma M. Gargolla was also known as Gargola.
Census DateLocation
4 June 1900Troy, Sauk, WisconsinEmma M. Gargolla was listed as a daughter in Adolph Gargolla's household on the 1900 Census at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinEmma M. Gargolla is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Adolph Gargolla at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED147. Dwelling 17.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.

Lydia L. Gargolla

F, b. October 1892
Father*Adolph Gargolla b. Mar 1869
Mother*Helena Hanusa b. May 1869
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationLydia L. Gargolla was also known as Gargola.
Census DateLocation
4 June 1900Troy, Sauk, WisconsinLydia L. Gargolla was listed as a daughter in Adolph Gargolla's household on the 1900 Census at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinLydia L. Gargolla is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Adolph Gargolla at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED147. Dwelling 17.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.

Amelia A. Gargolla

F, b. January 1895
Father*Adolph Gargolla b. Mar 1869
Mother*Helena Hanusa b. May 1869
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAmelia A. Gargolla was also known as Emily.
Name VariationAmelia A. Gargolla was also known as Gargola.
Census DateLocation
4 June 1900Troy, Sauk, WisconsinAmelia A. Gargolla was listed as a daughter in Adolph Gargolla's household on the 1900 Census at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinAmelia A. Gargolla is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Adolph Gargolla at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED147. Dwelling 17.
  2. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.

Edward C. Gargolla

M, b. circa 1901
Father*Adolph Gargolla b. Mar 1869
Mother*Helena Hanusa b. May 1869
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinEdward C. Gargolla is listed as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Adolph Gargolla at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.

Martin D. Gargolla

M, b. circa 1902
Father*Adolph Gargolla b. Mar 1869
Mother*Helena Hanusa b. May 1869
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Troy, Sauk, WisconsinMartin D. Gargolla is listed as son on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Adolph Gargolla at Troy, Sauk, Wisconsin.1

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 86.