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Popp Family Genealogy Report #2

Containing the Fourth and Fifth Generations

Last updated:  08/25/01

FOURTH GENERATION

8.  William Joseph Popp, born November 14, 1900; died August 14, 1956 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 16. Frank Jerald Popp and 17. Anna Schroeder.  He married 9. Alyce Josephine Nichols November 16, 1925.

9.  Alyce Josephine Nichols, born September 13, 1908 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota; died December 03, 1990 in St. Louis Park, Hennepin County, Minnesota.  She was the daughter of 18. George L. Nichols and 19. Mary Anna Roda.  Alyce's mother, Mary Anna Rhode (Roda) Nichols, died three weeks after childbirth.  Alyce was the only child of George and Mary Nichols.  After Mary died, George moved to California to start a new life.  George left Alyce with her maternal grandmother, Julia Rhode (Roda).  George apparently remarried and had two children.  After several years, George returned to Minnesota to pick up Alyce and take her to California with his new family.  Alyce did not recognize her father and ran from him, crying.  According to family lore, Julia went to court and gained custody of Alyce.  Alyce never saw her father again and she was raised by her grandmother, Julia.  This information was obtained from a family book about the life of Alyce Nichols Popp Baron, compiled by Nancy Dee Popp, published November 2, 1996.  Alyce Baron was buried at Crystal Lake Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Records of her burial are on file at the cemetery.

Children of William Popp and Alyce Nichols are:

4         i.        ________ Popp married ________ Thyler.

10.  Lloyd Thyler, born June 30, 1909 in Gilman, Benton County, Minnesota; died March 1969 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 20. William (Wilhelm) Tomporowski and 21. Fredrica E. Grieswold.  He married 11. Dorothy Rush.  Lloyd Thyler was born Louis Paul Tomporowski.  Lloyd changed his surname to Thyler because he felt that, as a business owner, he would be discriminated against with his Polish surname of Tomporowski.  It is not known why he changed his first name.

11.  Dorothy Rush was the daughter of 22. Loren Rush and 23. Frances Anna Robinson.

Child of Lloyd Thyler and Dorothy Rush is:

5         i.        _________ Thyler married _______ Popp.        

DeVere Shaw and his sisters

12.  DeVere Shaw, born August 10, 1911 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; died October 09, 1960 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.  He was the son of 24. Frederick Shaw and 25. Anna Elizabeth (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke.  He married 13. Beatrice Sena Heath.

13.  Beatrice Sena Heath was the daughter of 26. Joseph William Heath and 27. Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen.

Children of DeVere Shaw and Beatrice Heath are:        

       i.        Clifford D (IO) Shaw married Norma Henrie.

6         ii.        Ronald J. (IO) Shaw married Elsa Gertrude Bode.

 iii.         Elaine Shaw, born January 30, 1937 in Venice, Sevier County,  Utah; died February 10, 1937 in Venice, Sevier County,  Utah.

             iv.        Wesley F (IO) Shaw married Geraldine Marjorie Lagant.

14.  Heinrich Otto Fritz Bode, born June 24, 1906 in Sehnde Burgdorf, Lehrte, Hannover, Germany; died March 25, 1975 in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico.  He was the son of 28. Karl Wilhelm August Alwin Bode and 29. Bertha Lina Johanna Vollmer.  He married 15. Elsa Emilie Schöllhammer October 13, 1940 in Maryland.  Heinrich Bode emigrated into the United States with his parents when he was 16 years old in through Philadelphia.

15.  Elsa Emilie Schöllhammer, (also spelled Schollhammer, Schoellhammer) born January 27, 1907 in Haubersbronn Oberamt Schorndorf, Wurttenburg (umlaut over first u), Germany; died November 07, 1977 in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico.  She was the daughter of 30. Jakob Schöllhammer and 31. Katharina Sabina Hieber.

Children of Heinrich Bode and Elsa Schöllhammer are:

       i.        Harry Eric Bode.

7         ii.        Elsa Gertrude Bode married Ronald J. (IO) Shaw.

FIFTH GENERATION

16.  Frank Jerald "F.J." Popp (sometimes referred to in records as Francis Joseph Popp or Frank J. Popp or F.J. Popp), born January 15, 1872 in Two Rivers Township, Morrison County, Minnesota; died February 03, 1932 in St. Cloud, Benton County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 32. Wentzel Popp (spelling of first name includes:  Wenzel, Wenzl, Wenzell and Vinc) and 33. Theresia Janisch Schlinger (the widow of Johann Schlinger).  He married on November 25, 1895 to 17. Anna Schroeder (also spelled Shreder and Schreder).  After researching the birth records in Morrison County, Frank's birth certificate was found listing Frank's name as "Wenzell Popp,"  having a father also named Wenzell and a mother named Theresia.  F.J. and his sister, Mary Theresia Popp, married siblings (F.J. married Anna Schroeder and Mary married Peter Schroeder).  In the 1900 Census, Frank is listed as the head of household with Anna listed as his wife and Lena and Matilda listed as his daughters.  According to the census, Frank, Anna, Lena and Matilda were all born in Minnesota.  More information available at 1900 Census, Minnesota, Benton County, Enumeration 320, Sheet 4, Line 39.  Frank Jerald Popp and family are listed in the 1920 Census of Minnesota.  It states that both Frank's mother and father were born in Germany and German was their native tongue.  It also states that Frank was a farmer who owned his own farm and that he was 48 years old at the time the census was taken.  He is listed as living in Graham Township at the time of the census.  Information on the Frank Jerald Popp family from the 1920 Census, Minnesota, may be obtained at the Minnesota Historical Society under Benton County, Enumeration 83, Sheet 4, Line 92.  According to his death certificate, Frank Popp died at 4:20 A.M. on February 3, 1934, of hypostatic pneumonia.  He was buried on February 6, 1934, in Immaculate Conception Parish Cemetery in Rice, Minnesota.
17.  Anna Schroeder (also spelled Shreder and Schreder), born January 19, 1876 in North Prairie, Morrison County, Minnesota; died February 14, 1958 in St. Cloud, Benton County, Minnesota.  She was the daughter of 34. Joseph Schroeder and 35. Anna Jourgoust/Jourjoust, whose name also appears as ANNA JOGUST in her marriage records.  Anna's brother, Peter, married a sibling of Anna's husband, Mary Theresia Popp.  According to the 1920 Census, Minnesota, Ann's parents were both born in Germany and spoke German as their native tongue.  At the time of the 1920 Census, Ann was listed as 44 years of age with 8 children living at home.  Information on the Frank Jerald Popp family may be obtained at the Minnesota Historical Society under 1920 Census, Minnesota, Benton County, Enumeration 83, Sheet 4, Line 92.  Anna died on February 14, 1958, at 2:20 P.M. of a cerebral hemorrhage, complicated by a case of pneumonia.  Anna was buried at Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Rice, Minnesota.

Children of Frank Jerald (Francis Joseph, F.J.) Popp and Anna Schroeder/Shreder/Schreder are:

8         i.        William Joseph Popp, born November 14, 1900; died August 14, 1956 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota; married Alyce Josephine Nichols November 16, 1925.        

       ii.        Lena Popp, born November 20, 1896; married Edward Popp June 20, 1916; born October 23, 1890; died March 05, 1969.        

       iii.        Mathilda Popp, born August 17, 1898; died February 16, 1994; married Peter Britz September 30, 1919; born September 20, 1891; died September 25, 1953.

       iv.        Rose Popp, born May 14, 1903; died June 04, 1992; married Anthony Thene May 16, 1927; born March 05, 1902; died May 14, 1986.        

       v.        Kathryn Popp, born April 03, 1905; married S.E. Kowitz April 03, 1905; born December 21, 1902; died September 29, 1989.

       vi.        Lawrence Popp, born January 31, 1907; married Rose Koch October 05, 1931; born July 07, 1910.

       vii.        Clara Theresa Popp, born January 08, 1909; died December 16, 1993; married Lawrence M. Jurek September 09, 1935; born August 20, 1908.

       viii.        Alma Popp, born April 17, 1911; married Michael Hoffman October 17, 1932; born September 11, 1901; died 1986.        

       ix.        Josephine Popp, born March 21, 1913; married Norbert Mueller October 19, 1937; born May 24, 1915; died April 29, 1969.

       x.        Arnold Popp, born August 11, 1915; died February 24, 1982; married Alvine Lewandowski September 27, 1937; born April 25, 1918; died June 06, 1988.

18.  George L. Nichols, born in January 1887 or December 1886, Todd or Benton County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 36. James M. Nichols.  He married 19. Mary Anna Roda August 05, 1907 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota.  Very few records exist regarding George Nichols.  On the death certificate of his wife, Mary Anna Roda (Rhode, Rohda, Rodhe), George listed their home as Little Falls, Minnesota.  Because there are so many George Nichols listed in the 1900 Census for Minnesota and, because George's birth date, birthplace, date of death and location of death are unknown, a birth and/or death record search is difficult, at best.  It is Rhode family lore that George moved to California after the death of his wife, leaving his infant daughter, Alyce (Alice) Josephine Nichols, to be raised by her maternal grandmother, Julia Rhode (Roda).  Upon George's return to Minnesota to bring the child back with him to his new family in California (supposedly consisting of a wife and two children), Julia Rhode (Roda) fought for custody of Alyce and won.  Alyce never saw her father again.  On the marriage license of George Nichols and Mary Roda, it lists George's middle initial as "L."  The license also provides that George was from Benton County on the application portion; however, on the certificate portion of the license, it states that George is from Todd County, Minnesota.  It also provides that George and Mary were married in Gilman, Minnesota with John Monson and North Rhoda serving as witnesses.  Rev. Kitowski performed the ceremony.
19.  Mary Anna Roda, born May 01, 1890 in Morrill Township, Morrison County, Minnesota; died October 07, 1908 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota.  She was the daughter of 38. Fryderyk (Fred) Roda and 39. Julia Lewandowski.  Mary was listed as Mary Roda on her birth certificate; however, she was listed as Mary Rodha on her marriage license.

Child of George Nichols and Mary Roda is:

9         i.        Alyce Josephine Nichols, born September 13, 1908 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota; died December 03, 1990 in St. Louis Park, Hennepin County, Minnesota; married (1) William Joseph Popp November 16, 1925; married (2) Edward Baron.

20.  William (Wilhelm) Tomporowski, born November 28, 1856 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; died August 30, 1940 in Gilman, Benton County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 40. Wojciech Tomporowski and 41. Marianna Truszczynska.  He married 21. Fredrica E. Grieswold February 02, 1881 in Poland.  

There is conflicting information regarding the birthplace of William Tomporowski. According to a front page article written upon his death in "The Foley Independent" (Sept. 4, 1940), William was born in Germany (World Family Treemaker files also list Germany, as well as his tombstone and death certificate); however, the 1920 Census, Minnesota, Benton County, lists his birthplace as Poland, and his native tongue as Polish. The article also stated that William was born in 1855 (as does the World Family Treemaker files); however, both his tombstone and the 1920 Census support that he was born in 1857. His death certificate lists his date of birth as November 28, 1856. Records maintained at the LDS Genealogical center list William's place of birth as Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe.

According to William's front page obituary in ""The Foley Independent"," William and Fredrica were married in Germany in 1884. According to family records, William and Fredrica married on either Feb. 12, 1882, or December 2, 1882, in Neidenberg, Prussia (a Neidenberg, Germany, was located on the map). 

They then immigrated to America in 1885. William and Fredrica's obituaries both state they first lived in Chicago, Illinois, before moving to Minnesota. William's states that they lived in Chicago for 9 years; whereas, Fredrica's obituary states that they lived in Chicago for 12 years. According to family records and ship's logs, they immigrated from Bremen, Germany and landed in New York on April 14, 1883, on the ship "Neckar."

According to the 1900 Census for Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota, the following persons lived in the William Tomporowski household:

Tomporowski:
1. William; head of household; born Dec. 1857; 42 years old at time of census; married 19 years at time of census; born Poland/Ger; parents both born Poland/Ger; immigrated 1883; living in USA 17 years; a naturalized citizen; occupation farmer
2. Fredareka; wife; born November 1864; 35 years old at time of census; married 19 years at time of census; had 9 live births; all 9 children living at time of cenus; born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger
3. Adolph; son; born October 1882; 17 years of age; single; immigrated 1883; living in USA 17 years; born Poland/Ger; both parents born Poland/Ger; occupation farm labor
4. Martha; daughter; born Dec 1884; 15 years of age; single; born Illinois
5. August; son; born Oct 1886; 13 years of age; single; born Illinois
6. Margaret; daughter; born Sep 1888; 11 years of age; single; born Illinois
7. Rosa; daughter; born Oct 1890; 9 years of age; single; born Illinois
8. Warren; son; born Jan 1893; 7 years of age; single; born Minnesota
9. Frances; daughter; born Jan 1895; 5 years of age; single; born Minnesota
10. Anna; daughter; born March 1897; 3 years of age; single; born Minnesota
11. Robert; son; born April 1899; 1 year of age; single; born Minnesota

In the 1920 Census, it states that William immigrated to the United States in 1885 and became a naturalized citizen in 1894. However, in the Register of Naturalization for Benton County, records indicate he became a citizen on July 30, 1900. (It should be noted that a Wilhelm Tomporowski was naturalized in 1896, also in Benton County. It is unclear from those records whether the two men are the same). William's naturalization papers list his home country as Prussia. His death certificate provides that William had lived in Alberta Township, Morrison County, Minnesota, for 50 years preceding his death, which means he moved to Alberta Township in approximately 1890. The 1920 Census listed William as 63 years of age at the time the census was taken, and Fredrica as 61 at the time of the census. More information on the Tomporowski family can be obtained in the 1920 Census, Minnesota, Benton County, Enumeration 80, Sheet 7, Line 27.

In William's obituary in ""The Foley Independent"," it states that William died at home after an illness that had lasted 3 weeks. The article also stated that William's son, August, preceded him in death by 7 weeks. The article did not list the specific illness, nor did it state whether William and August had died of the same disease.

While William's tombstone states that he died on August 27, 1940, in Foley, Minnesota, his obituary in "The Foley Independent" stated that he died on the Thursday night preceding the publication of the Wednesday, September 4, 1940, edition of the newspaper at his home in Gilman. If William died on the Thursday preceding the paper's publication, then he died on August 29, 1940. (When Fredrica died, The Benton County News (Feb. 11, 1942) stated that her husband, William, preceded her in death on August 28, 1940.) William's death certificate lists his date of death as August 30, 1940, at 1:00 A.M. It states he lived in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota, and that he died from chronic myocarditis, of which he had suffered for 2 years.

"The Foley Independent" provided that William was buried on the Monday following his death (September 2, 1940) with funeral services held at St. Peter and Paul church at Gilman, Father Wotzka officiating and burial occurring in the Gilman cemetery. Pallbearers for the funeral were listed as: Clarence Mechavich, Wm. Tomporowski (sic), Henry Baron, Jerome Baron, Clarence Tomporowski and Henry Tomporowski. 

The obituary stated that William had 14 children, 11 of whom were living at the time of his death. According to the article, two children had died in infancy. The obituary mentioned that he was survived by a brother, Martin, of Sauk Rapids.

21.  Fredrica E. Grieswold, born November 19, 1860 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; died February 10, 1942 in St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota.  Refer to information on William (Wilhelm) Tomporowski for additional facts.  According to a front page story in "The Benton County News" (Feb. 11, 1942), Fredrica came to America at the age of 14 and lived in Chicago for 12 years (this conflicts with her husband, William's, obituary which states they lived in Chicago for 9 years).   According to William's obituary, William married Fredrica in 1884 and they then moved to America (Chicago) from Germany in 1885.  If they were married in 1884 and Fredrica was born in 1860 (as stated in the 1920 Census and her death certificate), then Fredrica was 24, or 25, years of age when she came to America and not 14 years of age.  Fredrica's death certificate also specifies that Fredrica and her parents came from Germany.  It lists her parents as unknown.  According to Patricia Popp, granddaughter of Fredrica Tomporowski, and also according to Fredrica and her husbands' death certificates, Fredrica's name was spelled Fredrica (missing the "e" between the letters "d" and "r").  Both the 1920 Census of Minnesota and the article regarding Fredrica's death spelled her name with the "e" between the letters "d" and "r."  According to Fredrica's obituary in "The Benton County News," Fredrica was survived by the following children:  Mrs. Martha Kujawa of Minneapolis; Mrs. John Baron of Gilmanton; Mrs. Frank Mechavich of St. Cloud; Warren of Alberta; Mrs. Frank Niedzielski of St. Cloud; Mrs. Joseph Stachovich of Alberta; Robert of Gilman; Mrs. Martin Sabaski of Foley; Mrs. Joseph Roback of Gilmanton; Mrs. Herbert Norris of Minneapolis; and Lloyd of Minneapolis (father of Patricia Thyler Popp).  More information on the Tomporowski family can be obtained in the 1920 Census, Minnesota, Benton County, Enumeration 80, Sheet 7, Line 27.  Fredrica was buried at the cemetery in Gilman on February 13, 1942.  She died of heart failure at 1:00 A.M. on February 10, 1942, and had suffered from senility at the time of her death.

Children of William Tomporowski and Fredrica Grieswold are:        

10        i.        Lloyd Thyler, born June 30, 1909 in Gilman, Benton County, Minnesota; died March 1969 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota; married Dorothy Rush.        

       ii.        Adolph Tomporowski, born October 1882 in Prussia; died April 27, 1903 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota.

       iii.        Johanna (Martha Anna) Tomporowski, born December 28, 1884 in Chicago, Illinois; died October 17, 1969; married Joseph Kujawa March 12, 1902 in St. Peter and Paul, Gillman, Minnesota.        

       iv.        August Michael Tomporowski, born September 04, 1886 in Chicago, Illinois; died July 10, 1940 in Duluth,  Minnesota; married Agnes Lewandowski November 18, 1914 in Gilman, Minnesota; born June 04, 1894 in Foley, Minnesota; died May 13, 1979 in Los Angeles, California.                

       v.        Margaret (Magdalena) Tomporowski, born September 28, 1888 in Chicago, Illinois; married John Baron January 12, 1909 in St. Peter and Paul, Gillman, Minnesota.        

       vi.        Rosalia Eva Tomporowski, born September 05, 1890 in Chicago, Illinois; married Frank Mechavich August 30, 1915.

       vii.        Warren (Ladislaus) Tomporowski, born January 17, 1893 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died September 1978 in Foley, Minnesota; married Rosella Krawiecki June 20, 1916 in St. Peter and Paul, Gillman, Minnesota.

       viii.        Frances Tomporowski, born January 29, 1895; died December 31, 1988 in Auburn Heights, Oakland, Michigan; married Frank August Niedjelski November 04, 1913 in Gilman, Minnesota.

       ix.        Anna Tomporowski, born March 04, 1897 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died 1992 in Bellflower, California; married Joseph Stahovich May 28, 1918 in Gilman, Minnesota.                

       x.        Robert (Rupert) Tomporowski, born April 07, 1899 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died December 14, 1974 in Foley, Minnesota.        

       xi.        Emily M. Tomporowski, born June 25, 1901 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died February 18, 1983 in Gilman, Minnesota; married Martin Sebasky May 10, 1921.        

       xii.        Bertha Josepha Tomporowski, born June 12, 1903 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died May 19, 1950 in Gilman, Minnesota; married Joseph Robak July 12, 1920 in St. Peter and Paul, Gillman, Minnesota.

       xiii.        Jeneveve G. Tomporowski, born August 26, 1905 in Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; died December 19, 1911.

       xiv.        Jeneveve "Jenny" Tomporowski married ? Norris.

22.  Loren Rush, born January 22, 1887 in North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota; died October 28, 1925 in Granite Falls, Chippewa County, Minnesota.  He was the son of 44. Clark Benjamin (or Benjamin Clark) Rush and 45. Adela "Adila" Jay.  He married 23. Frances Anna Robinson.  In the 1920 Census, Jack was listed as being 32 years of age with 3 children: daughter, Dorothy, age 10; son, Loren, age 7; and daughter, Bernice, age 2.  The census provided that Jack's father was born in South Carolina and his mother was born in Vermont.  It did not list his parents' names.  According to the census, Jack was a farm manager.  More information on the Jack Rush family can be obtained in the 1920 Census of Minnesota under Chisago County, Enumeration 17, Sheet 4, Line 46.  The birth certificate for Dorothy Rush listed Jack as her father, aged 22 years at his last birthday (prior to her birth) and provided that he was a laborer by occupation, living with his wife, Frances, in North Branch, Minnesota.    Jack was buried in Oak Park Cemetery near his father and step-mother, Clark and Nellie (Pierce) Rush in North Branch, Minnesota, on October 31, 1925.

23.  Frances Anna Robinson, born May 27, 1890 in Sunrise, Chisago County, Minnesota; died July 26, 1974 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.  She was the daughter of 46. George Robinson and 47. Mary McCarthy.  According to the 1920 Census of Minnesota, Frances was spelled Francis (with an "i") and she was listed as being 29 years of age at the time of the census.  The census provided that Frances' (Francis) mother and father were born in Canada, with English as their native tongue.  Both Frances (Francis), and her husband, Jack, were listed as literate.  More information on the Loren "Jack" Rush family can be obtained in the 1920 Census of Minnesota under Chisago County, Enumeration 17, Sheet 4, Line 46.  Frances remarried twice after Jack's death.  Upon her death, her name was Frances Kielblock.  Frances is buried in Crystal Lake Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Children of Loren Rush and Frances Robinson are:

11       i.        Dorothy Rush married Lloyd Thyler.

       ii.        Loren "Bud" Rush, born December 15, 1912; died November 30, 1998, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.

       iii.        Bernice Rush.        

24.  Frederick Shaw, born October 07, 1876 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died June 06, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.  He was the son of 48. Abraham Shaw and 49. Jane (Laurenson) Lawrenson.  He married 25. Anna Elizabeth (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke September 18, 1901 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah.  Frederick Shaw’s FHC Ancestral File Number:  1N80-D9.

25.  Anna Elizabeth (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke, born January 13, 1878 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah; died July 01, 1960 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 50. Sybren (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke and 51. Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper.  FHC Ancestral File Number:  1GRR-VXS and 7C1Z-C0.

Children of Frederick Shaw and Anna Van Dyke are:

12       i.        DeVere Shaw, born August 10, 1911 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; died October 09, 1960 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah; married Beatrice Sena Heath.

ii.        Cebran Shaw Jr., born July 25, 1902 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died June 14, 1927.

iii.        LaVerda Shaw, born August 26, 1904 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; died December 05, 1977; married John Peter Johnson August 19, 1925.  

       iv.        Ione Shaw, born August 17, 1906 in Venice, Sevier County,  Utah; died 1968; married David Edgar Pugh September 10, 1930.

v.        Clifford F. Shaw, born July 26, 1909 in Venice, Sevier County,  Utah; died October 04, 1910 in Venice, Sevier County,  Utah.

       vi.        Laneda Shaw, born July 15, 1917 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; died November 01, 1982; married Warren Woodrow Rushton October 16, 1937.

       vii.        Leona Shaw, born August 06, 1914 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; died May 15, 1986; married Robert Eugene Madsen December 1935.

26.  Joseph William Heath, born September 16, 1883 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died July 12, 1951 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.  He was the son of 52. Harvey Olmstead Heath and 53. Susan Carter.  He married 27. Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen May 31, 1910 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.  Joseph William Heath’s birth, death and marriage proven by the following documentation:  Utah State Marriage License for J.W. Heath & Cena (sic) Druella Jensen; Utah State Death Certificate, Sevier County for Joseph William Heath dated July 12, 1951; and Kindred Konnections Individual Record-heath1, submitted by Charles W. Heath citing Ancestral File-1991 ed.   According to Joseph William Heath's daughter, Beatrice Sena Heath, Joseph is buried in the Redmond Cemetery, Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.

27.  Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen, born April 14, 1892 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; died April 09, 1963 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.  She was the daughter of 54. Jans Peter Hans Jensen and 55. Ingeborg Christensen.  This person's name is cited both as Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen and Druella Hansine Petra Jensen, depending on the source.

Children of Joseph Heath and Hansena Jensen are:

13       i.        Beatrice Sena Heath married DeVere Shaw.

       ii.        Joseph Leroy Heath.

       iii.        Gean Lyle Heath.

       iv.        Jnard Peter Heath.

       v.        Valdo Deforest Heath.

28.  Karl Wilhelm August Alwin Bode, born November 04, 1877 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died June 09, 1954 in Jamaica, New York.  He was the son of 56. Karl Friedrich Bode and 57. Anna "Minna" Friederike Wilhelmine Gerlach.  He married 29. Bertha Lina Johanna Vollmer March 04, 1901 in Sehnde Burgdorf, Lehrte, Hannover, Germany.

29.  Bertha Lina Johanna Vollmer, born August 22, 1880 in Verden, Aller, Germany; died October 24, 1965 in Jamaica, Queens, New York.  She was the daughter of 58. Carl Adolf Johannes Vollmer and 59. Johanna Friederike Schumacher.

 

Children of Karl Bode and Bertha Vollmer are:

14       i.        Heinrich Otto Fritz Bode, born June 24, 1906 in Sehnde Burgdorf, Lehrte, Hannover, Germany; died March 25, 1975 in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico; married (1) Helene Raab; married (2) Elsa Emilie Schöllhammer October 13, 1940 in Maryland.

       ii.        Eric Bode, born April 8, 1902 in Hannover, Germany; died September 30, 1988 in Browns Mills, Burlington, New Jersey.

       iii.        Wilhelm Bode.

       iv.        Johann "Hans" Bode.        

       v.        Otto Bode, born March 6, 1911 in Hannover, Germany; died May 1978 in South Richmond Hills, Queens, New York.

       vi.        Helmuth "Charlie" Karl Bode, born January 15, 1923; died December 1981 in Middle Village, Queens, New York.

       vii.        Else Gertrude Bode married Al Illjes.        

30.  Jakob Schöllhammer, born June 07, 1881 in Walkersbach, Germany; died 1954 in Walkersbach, Germany.  He was the son of 60. Jakob Schöllhammer and 61. Marie Weitmann.  He married 31. Katharina Sabina Hieber April 04, 1904 in Haubersbronn, Germany.  Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification.  See also information obtained from Leonard Hieber from Hieber family information based on research of Bertold Hieber.

31.  Katharina Sabina Hieber, born November 27, 1882 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; died 1951 in Welzheim, Germany (date approx).  She was the daughter of 62. Christian Heinrich Hieber and 63. Christine Katharine Ommerle.

Children of Jakob Schöllhammer and Katharina Hieber are:

15       i.        Elsa Emilie Schöllhammer, (also spelled Schollhammer, Schoellhammer) born January 27, 1907 in Haubersbronn Oberamt Schorndorf, Wurttenburg (umlaut over first u), Germany; died November 07, 1977 in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico; married Heinrich Otto Fritz Bode October 13, 1940 in Maryland.

       ii.        Albert Schöllhammer, (also spelled Schollhammer) married Louisa Lettler        

       iii.        Marie Schöllhammer, married ? Lehrbach        

       iv.        Herman Schöllhammer (also spelled Schollhammer).

       v.        Frederich "Fritz" Schöllhammer (also spelled Schollhammer).

       vi.        Eugen Schöllhammer (also spelled Schollhammer).

       vii.        Ernst Schöllhammer, died young.                

       viii.        Margarete "Gretel" Schöllhammer, married (1) ? Mackert; married (2) ? Weber; married (3) ?

       ix.        Alfred Schöllhammer, died in WWII.

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