Containing the Sixth Generation
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|32. Wentzel Popp,
baptised September 28, 1824 in
Olbersdorf, Landskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (now known as Albrechtice, Czech Republic); died July 28, 1878 in Two Rivers Township, Morrison County, Minnesota.
He was the son of 64. Franz Anton "Franciscus Andreas" Popp and 65.
He married first Rosalie Schmeiser January 30, 1849 in Olbersdorf #8,
Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (then part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire
and now located within the Czech Republic). She was the daughter of Franz
and Theresia Schmeiser of Michelsdorf #47, Lanskroun, Chrudim,
Bohemia (both of her parents were dead by the time she married Wentzel in
1849 and she was working as a maidservent at Olbersdorf #1.
He married second 33. Theresia [Janisch] Schlinger (the widow of Johann Schlinger--see below for more details).
According to Statni Oblastni Archiv Zamrsk, Wenzl Popp was born on Sept. 28, 1824 in Albrechtice (Olbersdorf), Lanskroun (now in the Czech Republic) to parents Franz Popp (a cottager) and Veronika Pelzl (daughter of Anton Pelzl from Horni Tresnovec No. 130).
Please note the spelling variation from Wentzel to Wenzl. Reference:
See Register of Births for Parish of Lanskroun, No. 1145, p. 66.
According to Frank G. Soural the book, "Das grosse Buch der Familien Namen" Alter,Herkunft,Bedeutung," Naumann, Dr. Horst & Hellfritzsch, Dr. Volkmar, (Pub. Falken Verlag 1994) [ISBN 3-8068-4781-9] discusses the meaning of the name Wenzel and provides that it was a middle German nickname derived from the name Werner. Other variants of the name include: "Venceslau(us), Wenczil and Wenczlaw." In another message from Mr. Soural (see note above), he provides the following insights: "I understand [Dr. Horst] Naumann has put out a revised version [of the above-mentioned book] two years ago. Wenzel is a very common German name, although the Czechs have laid claim to it being a version of the Czech Venzl. It is quite possible the the priest in Olbersdorf was a Czech national who spelled Wenzel as Venzl. It was usually the parish Priest who issued the birth certificate. My own BC [Mr. Soural's birth certificate] is in German and my aunts was made out in Czech. In your case, if your ancestor came from Olbersdorf in the district and jurisdiction of Landskron then he came from a German community. According to Professor Pfohls "Ortslexicon Sudetenland" (a gazeteer) Olbertsdorf had a total of 768 inhabitants in 1935-38 of which 725 were of German descent. The village had 4 mills, 2 sawmills and 2 quarries. Landskron is not very far from where I was born and raised. My family and I were forcefully removed in 1946 by the Czechs. I remember it well I was 14 at the time."
According to information obtained from the Dolni Cermna Parish, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia in MarriageBook #9194 at page 67 providing:
On January 30, 1849 Wenzel Popp, tenant of house Olbersdorf #8, the legal son of the dead Franz Popp, houseowner of Olbersdorf #8 and his wife, Veronika, the daughter of Anton Pelzl, houseowner of Oberjohnsdorf #130, all of the Catholic religion, 24 years of age and never married, married Rosalia Schmeiser, a maidservant at Olbersdorf #1, the legal daughter of the dead Franz Schmeiser, a knitter in Michelsdorf #47 in Landskron, and his dead wife, Theresia, the daughter of Joseph Rößler, houseowner in Michelsdorf #35, dominion of Landskron, 27 years of age born in Michelsdorf.
The records, all in German provide:
32-1. marriage Landskron marriage Book 9194 Page 67
Den 30ten Janner 1849
Wenzel Popp Inwohner N:C 8 in Olbersdorf, ehlicher Sohn des verstorbenen Franz Popp, gewesenen Hauslers N:C: 8 in Oberlbersdorf, und seiner Ehegattin Veronika, geborne Anton Pelzl, Hauslers N:C: 130 in Oberjohnsdorf, alle katholischer Religion
24 Jahre ledig
Rosalia Schmeiser, Dienstmagd im Erbgerichte N:C: 1 in Olbersdorf, eheliche Tochter des verstorbenen Franz Schmeiser burgerlichen Strikermeisters N:C: 47 michelsdorfer Vorstadt in Landskon und seiner verstorbenen Ehegattin Theresia gebornen Joseph Rößler, Hauslers N:C: 35 in Michelsdorf
27 Jahre, * Michelsdorf
According to Landskroun Parish records, Rosalia Schmeiser was born in Michelsdorf #35 in the parish of Michelsdorf (now Ostrov).
Wentzel Popp was married to Rosalie when they arrived by ship from Hamburg, Germany in 1866. Rosalie is thought to have been born in 1825 in Bohemia and to have died in 1866 near Joliet, Illinois. They had a son named Joseph Popp and a daughter named Anna (who may have been raised by Theresia [Slinger] Popp after Wentzel's death). The following information is contained in "Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports," ed. by Ira A. Glazer and P. William Filby, Vol. 17, November 1865-June 1866 at p. 133: a W. Popp (age 41, male and a farmer) came with his wife, Rosalie (age 40), son, Joseph (age 14) and daughter Anna (age 7) on the ship "Thatcher Magoun" which came from Hamburg, Germany and arrived in New York on January 6, 1866. Also, it notes that a J. Schlinger (age 33 and a farmer), came with his wife, Theresia (age 30), Johanna (age 7), Anna (age 5) and Theresia (age 3). From this passenger log, it appears that the Popps and the Schlinger/Slingers came over on the same boat from Hamburg. In addition, from the layout on the manifest (which was written as passengers deboarded rather than placed in alphabetical order), it appears that the Schlingers walked off the boat immediately following the Popp family.
According to the 1870 Census for Joliet, Will County, Illinois, the following family lived in the Wenzel Popp household:
|Name||Age||Sex/Color||Occupation||Place of birth|
|Popp, Theresse||32||F/W||Keeping house||Bohemia|
It appears that Johann Schlinger (also known as John Slinger/Schlinger/Shlinger), Theresia [Schlinger] Popp's first husband died prior to 1870 as "Wenzell" Popp (note spelling of the first name) had married "Theresse" (again, note spelling) when the Joliet, Will County, Illinois Census was taken.
In the 1875 Census for Two Rivers Township, Morrison County, Minnesota, it shows the following information on the Wenzel Popp family:
|Name||Age||Where Born||Where Father Born||Where Mother Born|
|Popp, Anna M.||8||Austria||Austria||Austria|
Wenzel Popp purchased land in 1877 in Minnesota (reference Minnesota land records).
33. Theresia Janisch, baptised February 12, 1837; died November 09, 1919 in Benton County, Minnesota. She married first Johann Baptist Schlinger on July 23, 1860 in Damnikov (Thomigsdorf #8) Parish, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (see information contained in Damnikov Parish records at Book 3194, page 95). She married second 32. Wentzel Popp (see above for further information on Wentzel and Theresia [Janisch] Popp). She was the daughter of 66. Mathias Janisch and 67. Anna Müller.
She married first Johann Baptist Schlinger, a widower, shoemaker and tenant from Oberjohnsdorf, House #8, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia, on July 23, 1860. He was the son of Johann Schlinger, a resident of Oberjohnsdorf, House #104, who had died prior to Johann Baptist Schlinger and Theresia Janisch's marriage in 1860, and Theresia Klein, the daughter of Josef Klein, who was also deceased by 1860 and had also been a resident of Oberjohnsdorf House #104. Johann Baptist Schlinger's first marriage was to Anna Kraus and took place in Lanskroun on January 22, 1856.
According to Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish records at 3194/95, Theresia Janisch of Landsron 95 in the city of Landsron, who was the legal daughter of Mathias Janisch, a tenant at Thomigsdorf #105 and his wife, Anna Muller (who was the daughter of Franz Muller, a tenant of Triebitz #3), was married to Johann Baptist Schlinger on July 23, 1860 in Damnikov, Landskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. She was 25 years of age at the time and had not married. Johann Bapt. Schlinger, Theresia's first husband, was a shoemaker and a tenant from Oberjohnsdorf #8, a legal son of the dead Johann Schlinger who had been a tenant at Oberjohnsdorf #104, and his also dead wife, Thereisa Klein, the daughter of Josef Klein, a farmer from Oberjohnsdorf #104. He was 27 3/4 years of age when they married and was a widower at that time. The Damnikov Parish records at Number 3194, page 95 provide the following in German:
Damnikov marriage No. 3194 Page 95
Den 23ten Juli 1860
Johann Bapt. Schlinger, Schumacher und Inwohner in Oberjohnsdorf 8, ein ehelicher Sohn nach dem verstorbenene Johann Schlinger gewesene Inwohners in Oberjohnsdorf 104 und dessen gleichfalls verstorbenen Ehegattin Theresia gebornen Joseph Klein Hauslerstochter von Oberjohnsdorf 104
27 3/4 Jahre, Witwer
Theresia Janisch, Dienstmagd zu Lanskroun 95, der inneren Stadt, und eheliche Tochter des Mathes Janisch Inwohners in Thomigsdorf 105 und dessen Ehegattin Anna gebornen Franz Muller Inswohnerstochter von Triebitz 3
25 Jahre ledig
The following information is contained in "Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports," ed. by Ira A. Glazer and P. William Filby, Vol. 17, November 1865-June 1866 at p. 133: a W. Popp (age 41, male and a farmer) came with his wife, Rosalie (age 40), son, Joseph (age 14) and daughter Anna (age 7) on the ship "Thatcher Magoun" which came from Hamburg, Germany and arrived in New York on January 6, 1866. Also, it notes that a J. Schlinger (age 33 and a farmer), came with his wife, Theresia (age 30), Johanna (age 7), Anna (age 5) and Theresia (age 3). From this passenger log, it appears that the Popps and the Schlinger/Slingers came over on the same boat from Hamburg. In addition, from the layout on the manifest (which was written as passengers deboarded rather than placed in alphabetical order), it appears that the Schlingers walked off the boat immediately following the Popp family.
Reference above regarding marriage and census records for Wentzel and Theresia [Janisch] Popp.
According to the 1880 Census for Morrison County, Minnesota, Theresia Popp was the head of her household with three children living at home. Theresia was listed as 42 years of age, and her home country, as well as that of her parents, was listed as Bohemia. According to the census, her children at home were: son, Francis (later referred to as Frank Jerald Popp in other records, and listed as Wenzell Popp on his birth certificate), age 9; son, Edward, age 5; and daughter, Mary, age 2. Theresia's occupation for the 1880 Census was listed as "Keeping House." More information available on the Theresia Popp family at 1880 Census, Minnesota, Morrison County, Enumeration 85, Sheet 13, Line 34.
In the 1885 Census for Two Rivers, Morrison County, Minnesota (post office in North Prairie at that time), the following information is available on the Theresia Popp family:
|Popp, W. Theresia||46||F||W||Austria|
In the 1895 Census for Two Rivers, Morrison County, Minnesota, the following information is available on the Theresia Popp family:
|Popp, Frank||22||M/W||Minnesota||Farm Laborer|
In the 1900 Census for Morrison County, Minnesota, Theresia Popp was listed as the head of her household and it stated she was 62 years of age and widowed. It listed her country of birth as Germany. It also stated that both of her parents were German. According to the census, Theresia immigrated to America in 1869 and had lived in the United States for 31 years. It also stated that she was the mother of five children, four of which were still living at the date of the census. The census stated that Theresia could read and write; however, it also stated that she could not speak English. She owned her own home, free of mortgage, and the land was classified as a farm. The 1900 Census provided that her son, Edward, was born in June of 1875, was 24 years of age and single. He was born in Minnesota and his occupation was that of a farmer. Theresia's daughter, Mary, was listed on the 1900 Census as being born during December 1882, 17 years of age, born in Minnesota, single and not living at home. Both Edward and Mary could read, write and speak English. More information available on the Theresia Popp family at 1900 Census, Minnesota, Morrison County, Enumeration 112, Sheet 3, Line 56. According to her death certificate (filed under the name Thracy Popp), Theresia Popp died at the age of 82 years, 8 months and 28 days. It listed her maiden name as Slinger but did not list a first name for her mother or father. She died from cancer of the liver at 9:00 P.M., on November 9, 1919, and was buried at North Prairie, Minnesota, on November 12, 1919.
Children of Wentzel Popp and Rosalie Schmeiser are:
i. Joseph Popp, baptised February 27, 1849 in Olbersdorf, Landskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (now located in the Czech Republic); died June 14, 1938 in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota; married Mary Veronica Klein about 1875 in North Prairie, Minnesota.
ii. Anna Popp, baptised June 1857 in Olbersdorf, Landskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia (now located in the Czech Republic); died Febrary 11, 1934; married Henry Riffenrath November 21, 1881.
Child of Johann Schlinger and Anna Kraus is:
i. Johann Schlinger, baptised December 4, 1856 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.
Children of Johann Schlinger and Theresia Janisch are:
i. Anna Schlinger (later known as Anna Popp), baptised January 19, 1859 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married Peter Coenen.
ii. Theresia Schlinger, baptised December 12, 1861 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; appears to have died before 1875 as she does not appear in the 1875 census information and no further information is found on her.
Children of Wentzel Popp and Theresia Janisch are:
16 i. Frank Jerald "F. J." Popp (sometimes referred to in various 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; married Anna Schroeder November 25, 1895 whose brother, Peter Schroeder married F.J.'s sister, Mary Theresia Popp (see below at Mary Theresia Popp and at Peter Schroeder).
ii. Edward H. Popp, born June 21, 1875 in North Prairie, Minnesota; died 1951 in North Prairie, Minnesota; married Katie Schwinteck January 19, 1904 in North Prairie, Minnesota.
iii. Mary Theresia Popp, born December 26, 1877 in North Prairie, Minnesota (but see the 1900 Census for Minnesota, Morrison County that lists Mary's birthday as 1882 and lists her age as 17 in the year 1900--refer to notes above); married Peter Schroeder who was the brother of F.J. Popp's wife, Anna Schroeder (see above at Frank Jerald Popp and below at Peter Schroeder).
34. Joseph Schroeder, born in
about July 1833 Trier, Germany and died March 26, 1883 in North Prairie,
Morrison County, Minnesota. He married 35. Anna Jourgoust (also sp.
Jourjoust, Jogust and possibly Jegust). They are buried in Holy Cross Parish Cemetery, North Prairie, Minnesota.
Marriage records for Joseph Schroeder and Anna Jogust are contained in the "Marriage Records 1852-1928" for the Ohio Probate Court (Hamilton County). See LDS Film #0344482.
The following information supplied by Chuck Arnold is based on the 1870 Census, Mill Creek Township, Hamilton County, Ohio at p. 541b [*PLEASE NOTE: It has not been verified that this is our Joseph Schroeder family; however, locations, dates and names match at this time):
Name: SCHRODER, Joseph
Age: 33 (in 1870, making his birthdate approx. 1837)
Occupation: Works on farm
Place of birth: Wuerttemberg
Others in household include:
Name: SCHRODER, Anna
Occupation: Keeping house
Place of birth: Switzerland
Name: SCHRODER, Joseph
Place of birth: Ohio
Name: SCHRODER, Mike
Place of birth: Ohio
Name: SCHRODER, John
Occupation: Works on farm
Place of birth: Wuerttemberg
Name: SCHRODER, Margaret
Occupation: At home
Place of birth: Wuerttemberg
35. Anna Jourgoust (or Jourjoust or Jogust or, possibly, Jegust) born in about 1838 Baden Baden, Germany (or possibly Switzerland) and died about 1902 in North Prairie, Morrison County, Minnesota. She is buried in Holy Cross Parish Cemetery, North Prairie, Minnesota next to her husband.
Children of Joseph Schroeder and Anna Jourgoust/Jourjoust are:
17 i. Anna Schroeder, born January 19, 1876 in North Prairie, Morrison County, Minnesota; died February 14, 1958 in St. Cloud, Benton County, Minnesota; married November 25, 1895 Frank Jerald "F.J." Popp, whose sister, Mary Theresia Popp, married Anna Schroeder's brother, Peter Schroeder.
ii. Joseph Schroeder, b. between 1868-1870, Ohio; m. Theresia (last name unknown), b. May 1872.
iii. Michael Schroeder, b. ca. May 1869, Ohio; m. Gertrude Helten, b. August 1874.
vi. Stephen Schroeder, b. October 1871, Minnesota; m. Mary A. Kraemer, b. September 1879.
v. John Schroeder, b. October 17, 1873, Brockway, Stearns County, Minnesota; m. Catherine (last name unknown), b. February 1879.
vi. Peter Schroeder, born November 4, 1878 in North Prairie, Morrison County, Minnesota (or Brockway, Stearns County, Minnesota); died August 16, 1969; married Mary Theresia Popp, the sister of Frank Jerald "F.J." Popp and daughter of Wentzel and Theresia (Janisch) Popp about 1905.
36. James M. Nichols, born October 1856 in Minnesota. He married Emma Walbridge May 31, 1888 in Maywood, Benton County, Minnesota.
Emma Walbridge, born October 1870 in Minnesota (she was probably James' second wife, as James' son, George L. Nichols, was born prior to the marriage date of James M. Nichols and Emma Walbridge).
Child of James Nichols is:
18 i. George L. Nichols, born in January 1887 or December 1886, Todd or Benton County, Minnesota; married Mary Anna Roda August 05, 1907 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota.
38. Fryderyk (Fred) Roda,
(also spelled Rode, Rhode, Rohde, depending on documentation) born February 15, 1859 in Poland (tombstone lists Lip. 18, 1861, for date of birth); died October 16, 1911 in Morrill Township, Morrison County, Minnesota (buried in Gilman, Minnesota). He was the son of 76.
Enoch (also spelled Ignatz, Ignass, Igenas, Ingenca & Ignertz, depending on
documentation) Roda (also spelled Rode) and 77. Julia Raske. He married 39.
Lewandowski. The following information was found in the "Germans to America" series, ed. Ira A. Glazier & P. William Filby, Vol. 21, p. 114, arriving on the ship "Geestemuende" from Bremen to Baltimore on June 9, 1868:
Rode, Ignertz age 40
Rode, Julie age 30
Rode, Fra... age 14
Rode, Pauline age 11
Rode, Friebrich age 7--this is probably Fred
Rode, Joseph age 1
According to the 1900 Census, Fred, as well as both of his parents were born in Germany. Fred immigrated to the United States in 1869 and had been in the U.S. for 31 of his 37 years. The census provided that Fred could not read and that his occupation was farmer. At the time of the 1900 Census, Fred was listed as 37 years of age with his wife, Julia, age 30, and seven children: daughter, Mary, age 10; son, John, age 8; daughter, Martha, age 7; son, Frank, age 5; daughter, Rosa, age 3; son, Enoch, age 1; and son, Antone, newborn. To locate information on the Roda family in the 1900 Census, refer to Morrison County, Enumeration 104, Sheet 3, Line 8. Fred Roda purchased 160 acres of land in Minnesota on March 17, 1894 (reference BLM Land Records). After a thorough search of the death records for Minnesota, Fred Roda's death certificate was located and the date of death was listed as October 16, 1911. It provided that Fred was a farmer and that he died from septicemia, from an abscess sup maxilla.
Reference: Dorrain Petron. This source provides that Fryderyk Roda went by the name Frank Rhode; however, hard copy documentation usually referred to him as Fred Roda (also note the person listed as "Fra..." on the ship's manifest above--that may actually be the person referred to as Frank [possibly Frances or Francis, as the number of unidentifiable letters would match either name]).
|39. Julia Lewandowski, born February 19, 1867 in Poland; died January 05, 1944 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, of a stroke. She was the daughter of 78. Frank Lewandowski and 79. Frances Kalas. Conflicting records exist regarding the birthplace of Julia Rhode (Roda). In the 1900 Census, when her husband, Fred Roda, was still living and listed as head of the household, Julia's place of birth was listed as Germany. Also, on Julia's death certificate, it stated her family was from Germany. However, in the 1920 Census, with Julia listed as the head of the household (after Fred's death), it stated that Julia was born in Poland and had immigrated from Poland to the United States in 1872. The census provided that she was 51 years of age at the time of the 1920 Census. Microfiche of the 1900 and 1920 Census for Minnesota are available for viewing at the Minnesota Historical Society in St. Paul, Minnesota. To locate information on the Roda family in the 1900 Census, Minnesota, refer to Morrison County, Enumeration 104, Sheet 3, Line 8. For information on the Roda family in the 1920 Census, Minnesota, refer to Morrison County, Enumeration 157, Sheet 9, Line 39.|
While Julia was listed as "Julia Roda" in the 1900 and 1920 Census', she was listed as Julia Rhode on her death certificate. Also, father's last name (and her maiden name) was listed as Osowski on her death certificate; however, on Julia's daughter, Mary's, death certificate, it listed Julia's maiden name as "Wososki." After thorough searches for the Wososki and Osowski names, it was apparent that there were no persons of those surnames in the that area of Minnesota. According to her son, Enoch's application for Social Security, Julia's last name was Lewandowski (a common name in the town that she lived in northern Minnesota; whereas, there is no record of a Osowski or Wosiski in that same town). Julia died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on January 5, 1944, at 10:00 A.M., after living for many years with her granddaughter, Alyce Josephine Nichols Popp Baron, and her daughter, Martha Rhode (Roda) Tracy. She was buried on January 7, 1944, at Crystal Lake Cemetery (Section 16) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Later, her daughter, Martha, and grandson-in-law, William Joseph Popp, were buried next to her. Her granddaughter, Alyce, was buried in the Crystal Lake Cemetery after her death (in Section 22 of the cemetery). On the marriage license of George L. Nichols and Mary Anna Roda, Julia's daughter, it provides that a Rev. Kitowski married the couple. It does not state what relationship the pastor was to George and Mary; however, the spelling is somewhat similar to the last names listed on Julia's and Mary's death certificates to possibly justify further research under that name.
Children of Fryderyk Roda and Julia Lewandowski are:
19 i. Mary Anna Roda, born May 01, 1890 in Morrill Township, Morrison County, Minnesota; died October 07, 1908 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota; married George L. Nichols August 05, 1907 in Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota.
|ii. John Rhode, born October 1891.||
From left to right: John, Tony, Hank and Enoch (taken ca. 1915-1920)
iii. Martha Rhode, born March 1893.
iv. Frank Rhode, born February 1895.
v. Rosa Rhode, born December 1896.
vi. Enoch Rhode, born July 13, 1898; died October 10, 1978 in Onamia, Minnesota. Photo taken spring 1946 about one mile from Ramey, Minnesota.
Reference Randall Rhode at
vii. Anthony Rhode, born May 10, 1900; died February 1985 in Foley, Minnesota.
viii. Clara Rhode, born 1903.
ix. Henry Rhode, born April 19, 1905; died June 1964 in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
40. Wojciech Tomporowski, born Abt. 1820 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe. He married 41. Marianna Truszczynska. Reference: LDS Genealogical Library located at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
41. Marianna Truszczynska, born Abt. 1824 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe. Reference: LDS Genealogical Library located at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Children of Wojciech Tomporowski and Marianna Truszczynska are:
20 i. William (Wilhelm) Tomporowski, born November 28, 1856 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; died August 30, 1940 in Gilman, Benton County, Minnesota; married Fredrica E. Grieswold February 02, 1881 in Poland.
ii. Martin Tomporowski, born October 22, 1849 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; died January 06, 1943 in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota; married Mary Slawinkska.
iii. Adam Tomporowski, born Abt. 1850 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; married (1) Matgorzata Nawrocka; married (2) Franciszka Katrynska.
iv. Theodora Tomporowski, born Abt. 1854; married (1) Mikel Bursch; married (2) Joe Thomas
v. Augusta Tomporowski, born August 28, 1859 in Szczytno, Mazury, Prussia (Poland), Europe; died August 18, 1911; married Mary Ann Gulitas.
|44. Clark Benjamin (also spelled as Benjamin Clark or Clarkson) Rush, born September 28, 1846 in North Carolina (or 1849, according to his tombstone); died July 14, 1924 in North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota. He was the son of 88. Benjamin C. Rush and 89. Susannah Henley. He married first on July 24, 1869 in Grant County, Indiana to 45. Adela Jay (also spelled Adila and Adilah Jay) with whom he appears to have had at least two sons, Loren and Edgar. He married second, in about 1895, Nellie Estelle Pierce, born February 24, 1863 in Ingham, Michigan; died December 22, 1919 in North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota. Nellie was the daughter of Calvin James and Catherine Eleanor (Blaine) Pierce and widowed from William B. Van Doren (m. April 20, 1876; he d. February 10, 1889) and widowed or divorced from George Edward Martenus (it should be noted that a George E. Martenus, same spelling as Nellie's 2nd husband, bought land in Wisconsin on March 30, 1905 which may indicate that Nellie and George divorced rather than him dying since Clark Rush and Nellie Pierce already had at least two children together by 1905). The 1900 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Enumeration 9, Sheet 11, Line 45, and the 1920 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Enumeration 26, Sheet 1, Line 78, state that Clark (Clarkson) Rush was born in North Carolina. This conflicts with the information contained in the 1920 Census on Clark's son, Loren (Jack), where it provides that Clark was born in South Carolina. Clark was buried on July 17, 1924, in Oak Park Cemetery, North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota. As regards Nellie's parentage, see the 1870 Minnesota Census, Oak Grove, Anoka County (p. 105 Fed. Census Index) where Nellie is listed with her parents, Calvin James and Catherine (Catharine) Eleanor (Blaine) Pierce.|
||Buried next to Clark Rush is his second wife, Nellie Estelle (Pierce) (Van Doren) (Martenus) Rush. Believed to be his second wife, she brought two children (both daughters) with her to the marriage. She is not believed to be Loren's mother.|
According to "Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920," for Grant County at Book #4, page 231, Clarkson Rush married Adela Jay on July 24, 1869.
See also information obtained from Dani Haas quoting information found in "The Works of Webster Parry," with additions by Edna Harvey Joseph, Vol. 13R, p. 253 providing for the birth and marriage of Clarkson Rush.
45. Adela "Adila" Jay, born June 1, 1852 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana; died May 10, 1890 in Stacy, Chisago County, Minnesota. She was the daughter of 90. Jesse Jay and 91. Rhoda Thomas. According to "Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920," for Grant County at Book #4, page 231, Clarkson Rush married Adela Jay on July 24, 1869. Additional information on this family line obtained from Christy Jay. According to Christy, Clarkson and Adela/Adila [Jay] Rush's marriage records can be found at the county courthouse in Marion, Indiana.
Children of Clark Benjamin Rush and Adela "Adila" Jay are:
22 i. Loren Rush, born January 22, 1887 in North Branch, Chisago County, Minnesota; died October 28, 1925 in Granite Falls, Chippewa County, Minnesota; married Frances Anna Robinson.
ii. Arley Rush, born November 25, 1870; married Vina Martin December 5, 1894.
iii. Viola Rush, born November 18, 1875; married Albert Nelson.
iv. Edgar C. Rush, born March 1879.
v. Robert B. Rush, born April 1, 1880.
vi. Earl Rush, born June 22, 1887; died February 1970, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.
Children of Clark Benjamin Rush and Nellie Estelle Pierce Van Doren Rush are:
vii. Maud Rush, born July 25, 1896; died February 24, 1897.
viii. Eva Rush, born December 12, 1897. See 1920 Minnesota Census, Chisago County.
ix. Ida R. Rush, born January 18, 1903; died April 1976. See 1920 Minnesota Census, Chisago County. Reference: "George A. Wheeler Family," by Sandy Wheeler.
x. George Theodore Rush, born November 8, 1905, North Branch, Minnesota; died January 1975, Gervais, Oregon; married Magdalene Regina Seifer. They had the following children: Dorothy, Roseann, LeRoy and Lucille Rush. See 1920 Minnesota Census, Chisago County. See also the LDS IGI at Film #1904001 providing that George Theodore Rush's birthdate is Nov. 8, 1905; he was born in Northbranch, Minnesota to parents Benjamin Clark Rush and Nellie Estelle Pierce. Reference: "George A. Wheeler Family," by Sandy Wheeler.
Child of Nellie Estelle Pierce and William B. Van Doren (from her marriage prior to Clark Benjamin Rush) is:
i. Isaac S. Van Doren, b. June 9, 1879
ii. Pearl Eleanor Van Doren, born about May 27, 1882.
iii. Arthur William Van Doren, born August 28, 1883.
iv. Emma Estalla Van Doren, born February 18, 1887.
Child of Nellie Estelle Pierce and George Edward Martenus (from a marriage prior to Clark Benjamin Rush) is:
i. Marion M. Martenus, born about July 1892.
46. George Robinson, born January 05, 1850 in Komoka (near London), Ontario, Canada; died December 09, 1930 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was the son of 92. Robert Robinson and 93. Emma (or Mary Ann) Skinner. He married 47. Mary McCarthy October 04, 1886 in District Court of Stearns County, St. Cloud, Minnesota. Reference: Vera Robinson, Dorothy Thyler and Pat Popp. George immigrated to the United States from Canada in approximately 1886. He filed to become a naturalized citizen on March 10, 1890, in Chisago County, Minnesota. George Robinson died at 5:30 P.M. on December 9, 1930, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He died from a cerebral hemorrhage, and suffered from arteriosclerosis at the time of his death. He was buried in North Branch, Minnesota, on December 10,1930. His death certificate specified that he was a widower and was 80 years, 11 months and 4 days old at the time of his death. His trade was listed as farmer. His son, George Robinson, supplied the information at the time of death.
While researching this genealogical line, I came to the conclusion that George's wife, Mary McCarty (McCarthy), had died sometime between 1895 and 1900 (the exact date of death, at the time I started researching this line, was not known). She appeared in the 1895 Census, but did not appear in the 1900 Census. The 1900 Census provided that George was a widower. After driving to Chisago County and researching the death records between 1895 and 1900, I found Mary's death record listing her death in 1897. For more information on the George Robinson family refer to 1920 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Enumeration 30, Sheet 1, Line 1; 1900 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Enumeration 14, Sheet 4, Line 41; and 1895 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Sunrise, Page 14, Schedule 4.
From a letter written by Vera Robinson, a granddaughter of George Robinson, dated July 17, 1998, she provides that George never remarried after Mary's death. He raised the children alone with help from the women of the community who sewed clothes for them (the children). She goes on to say: "Dad told me he was born in a house a short distance north and west of where the present house stands. It was actually across the road. Whether his father (George Robinson) had the present house built or whether he first bought it I don't know. The barn on the farm was struck by lightening twice, and at least one of those times was completely destroyed. Dad told me that one time the kids got home from school while their father (George) was away working (probably building a chimney), and discovered a large pail of honey he (George) had bought. They all ate honey until they got sick. My father and some of the others never ate honey again."
47. Mary McCarthy, (also spelled McCarty) born 1868 in England or Canada (depending on source); died July 08, 1897 in Chisago County, Minnesota. Reference: Vera Robinson, Dorothy Thyler and Pat Popp. According to family members, McCarty may have been spelled "McCarthy or MacCarthy, but was probably spelled McCarthy." Mary was listed as living with her husband, George Robinson, in the 1895 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Sunrise, Page 14, Schedule 4; however, she was not listed as living in the household in the 1900 Census, Minnesota, Chisago County, Enumeration 14, Sheet 4, Line 41, and George was listed as a widower. After researching the death records in Chisago County between the years 1895 and 1900, I determined that Mary died on July 8, 1897, by drowning while trying to save one of her children. None of Mary's children died in the incident. The incident was written about in several local newspapers. See also A History: Sunrise, Kost, Almelund, by Theodore A. Norelius (North Branch, Minnesota 1975) mentioned above under George Robinson for a detailed description of the drowning death of Mary (McCarty) Robinson.
Children of George Robinson and Mary McCarthy are:
23 i. Frances Anna Robinson, born May 27, 1890 in Sunrise, Chisago County, Minnesota; died July 26, 1974 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota; married (1) Loren Rush; married (2) August Kielblock; married (3) Robert Karloske
ii. Mary Robinson, born May 1886.
iii. Elise Robinson, born June 1888.
iv. Robert S. Robinson, born March 13, 1892; died March 1955. But note that his tombstone provides that his name was Robert L. Robinson rather than Robert S.
v. George F. Robinson, born September 1894.
48. Abraham Shaw, born December 08, 1808 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England; died September 01, 1895 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah. He was the son of 96. Abraham Shaw and 97. Ann Hartley. He married 49. Jane (Laurenson) Lawrenson December 02, 1856 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Abraham Shaw’s FHC Ancestral File Number: 1N7Z-PQ. Abraham Shaw came to Utah in 1852. He was a Black Hawk Indian War Veteran. See also the following Shaw descendants for research: Doris Cowley, Nancy Davis, Ronald J. Shaw. Reference: "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah," Frank Esshom, Vol. 1, p. 1000 (Utah Pioneers Book Pub. Co. 1913).
|49. Jane (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born October 09, 1838 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England; died July 07, 1927 in Aurora, Sevier County, Utah. She was the daughter of 98. William (Laurenson) Lawrenson and 99. Ann Quick. Jane Lawrenson’s FHC Ancestral File Number: 1N7Z-QW. According to notes provided by Janet Tilton the following applied to Jane from letters by Relia Shaw Larson: "Jane pulled her sister Margaret on the handcart (across the plains with the LDS Church migration to Utah). The parents, William Lawrenson and Ann Quick, pulled another handcart. As soon as arriving in Utah Jane went to Provo to do house work for room and board at the home of Abraham and Margaret Thornby (or Thornber) Shaw. Sister Shaw was an invalid thru child birth. It was only a few months until Jane married A. (Abraham Shaw) in polygamy. Jane was wonderful. I knew her when I was a young girl. Her parents and sister settled in Holden, Utah, across the mountain west of Sevier County. It wasn't long before the Lawrensons moved to Glenwood, 14 miles south of Aurora (Utah), where Abraham and Jane had moved, leaving the other wife (Margaret Thornber Shaw) in Provo. Polygamy had been cancelled out of the church..."||
Children of Abraham Shaw and Jane Lawrenson are:
24 i. Frederick Shaw, born October 07, 1876 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died June 06, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; married Anna Elizabeth (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke September 18, 1901 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah.
ii. Maragret Ann Shaw, born May 04, 1858 in Provo, Utah; died June 16, 1920 in Ferron, Emery County, Utah; married Seth Wareham April 15, 1872.
|iii. Abraham Shaw Jr., born June 13, 1860 in Provo, Utah; died June 07, 1938 in Aurora, Sevier County, Utah; married Selena Ann Wall November 28, 1883 in St. George, Washington County, Utah.|
iv. Eliza Jane Shaw, born March 13, 1862 in Provo, Utah; died June 02, 1928 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; married Thomas Edward Jackson December 09, 1877 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
v. William Hartley Shaw, born June 08, 1864 in Provo, Utah.
vi. Alice Shaw, born January 09, 1866 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died September 07, 1894; married James Ainsworth.
vii. Richard Hartley Shaw, born March 05, 1868 in Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah; died October 12, 1918 in Bingham Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah; married Ada Jane Ainsworth 1886.
viii. Nancy Shaw, born July 07, 1870 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died April 14, 1928 in Provo, Utah; married (1) Worthington Lemuel Bills February 17, 1888; married (2) Charles Lloyd Walker after 1905.
ix. Mary Shaw, born October 21, 1872 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died March 13, 1957 in Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho; married (1) Joseph Willard Cowley April 07, 1891 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah; married (2) James William Jakeman June 09, 1901.
x. Thomas Quick Shaw, born June 03, 1878 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died December 24, 1960 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah; married Carrie Helena Gotfredson May 15, 1900 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
Carrie [Gottfredson] Shaw with children.
Thomas Quick Shaw at work.
Thomas Quick and Carrie Helena [Gottfredson] Shaw and family.
Thomas Quick and Carrie [Gottfredson] Shaw tombstones.
xi. Harriet Shaw, born February 02, 1881 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; died March 31, 1936; married Royal Nicholas Larson July 25, 1900.
|50. Sybren (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke, born May 22, 1827 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; died November 29, 1899 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah. He was the son of 100.
Roelof (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke and 101.
Sjieukje (Sjuwke) Pieters Westra. He married 51. Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper February 01, 1875.
51. Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper, born March 26, 1848 in Amsterdam, Holland; died August 07, 1919 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah. She was the daughter of 102. Frederick William Nollkamper and 103. Maria Catherine Steadman. Anna Elizabeth Nollkamper was confirmed into the Mormon Church in Zwolle or Amsterdam, Holland, on Feb. 24, 1872 by Sybren Van Dyke, who later was married to her.
Children of Sybren Van Dyke and Anna Nollkamper are:
25 i. 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; married Frederick Shaw September 18, 1901 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah.
ii. Maria Catherine Van Dyke, born December 04, 1875 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah; died April 13, 1941; married John Henrie Jackson July 24, 1892.
iii. Hattia Fredrica Van Dyke, born August 13, 1880 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah; died July 11, 1949; married Alpheus Jackson May 08, 1905.
iv. William Fredrick Van Dyke, born June 25, 1883 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah; died January 30, 1898 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah.
v. Joseph Hyrum Van Dyke, born May 02, 1886 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah; died November 13, 1913; married Athalia Short June 26, 1907.
vi. Benjamin Van Dyke, born April 25, 1889 in Loa, Wayne County, Utah; died June 06, 1936; married Emily Morrill April 25, 1911.
|52. Harvey Olmstead Heath, born April 15, 1855 in South Weber, Weber County, Utah; died July 26, 1935 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. He was the son of 104. James Harvey Heath and 105. Abigal Olmstead. He married 53. Susan Carter December 04, 1874 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. Reference: "Bartholomew Heath of Haverhill, Massachusetts," Valerie Dyer Giorgi (Giorgi 1994) (offering an excellent overview of this Heath family line, including source notes), p. 153 (for information regarding birth, death and marriage). Also see Death Certificate, Sevier County, Utah. Utah State Death Certificate for Harvey Olmstead Heath listing wife as Susan Carter Heath and parents as James Harvey Heath and Abigal Olmstead. Utah Census, Salina County, 1900 listing Harvey Heath as head of household, born April 1856, age 44 (at the time of the census). It also lists the following persons in the household: Susan Heath (wife, age 41), Joseph W. Heath (son, age 16), Susan M. Heath (daughter, age 12), Hazel I. Heath (daughter, age 9), Joice (sic) (daughter, age 7), Hyrum L. (son, age 5) and Ruealen (sic) (son, age 11/12). According to Harvey Olmstead Heath's granddaughter, Beatrice Sena Heath, Harvey is buried in the East Side Cemetery, Salina, Sevier County, Utah.|
|53. Susan Carter, born May 18, 1859 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah; died January 27, 1927 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. She was the daughter of 106. John Russell Carter and 107. Eliza Mack Powell.|
Children of Harvey Heath and Susan Carter are:
26 i. Joseph William Heath, born September 16, 1883 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died July 12, 1951 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen May 31, 1910 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
ii. Elizabeth Abigail Heath, born November 22, 1875 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died October 30, 1933 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married John Robert Ewlas September 10, 1895 in Manti, Sanpete County, Utah.
iii. Harriet Emily Heath, born February 22, 1877 in Pine Valley, Washington County, Utah; died June 01, 1966 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Hyrum Smith Gates June 14, 1894 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
iv. Mary Cathern Heath, born July 17, 1879 in Gooseberry, Sevier County, Utah; died August 08, 1890 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.
v. Etta Francis Heath, born May 29, 1881 in Gooseberry, Sevier County, Utah; died December 23, 1972 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; married Peter Bird December 07, 1895 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
vi. Wiley Olmstead Heath, born January 06, 1886 in Salina, Sevier, UT; died August 05, 1890.
vii. Myrtle Susan (Susan Myrtle) Heath, born January 15, 1888 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died November 23, 1961; married Jack Bean McDonald July 23, 1906 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
viii. Hazel Ivie Heath, born June 30, 1890 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died March 13, 1976; married (1) Deforest Robinson; married (2) John Olsen
ix. Joyce Clemintine Heath, born August 01, 1892 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Robert LeRoy Osborn October 31, 1910.
|x. Leslie Hyrum Heath, born January 19, 1895 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died November 05, 1974 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; married Clara Afton Hardes September 09, 1919 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.|
xi. Austin Harvey Heath, born October 21, 1897 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died February 27, 1898 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah.
xii. Rue Allen Heath, born June 25, 1899 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died June 28, 1979 in Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah; married Ethel Sophia Peterson November 12, 1919 in Manti, Sanpete County, Utah.
54. Jans Peter Hans Jensen, born August 20, 1861 in Randers, Denmark; died October 28, 1932 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah. He was the son of 108. Hans Loren Jensen and 109. Christiana (Peddersdatter) Pedersen. He married 55. Ingeborg Christensen December 30, 1889 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. Information obtained from LDS Family History Center September 1998.
55. Ingeborg Christensen, born October 17, 1868 in Vester Vendet, Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark; died May 11, 1936 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah. She was the daughter of 110. Peter (Peder) Christensen and 111. Ane Marie Marthea Charlotte Christensen. LDS Church records show this woman's name to be Ingerborg.
Children of Jans Jensen and Ingeborg Christensen are:
27 i. Hansena Patrea Druella Jensen, born April 14, 1892 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; died April 09, 1963 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married Joseph William Heath May 31, 1910 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah.
ii. Hans Jensen, born September 08, 1887 in New York City, Queens, New York; died October 07, 1887.
iii. Sardious LeRue Jensen, born April 06, 1890 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; died October 27, 1976 in Portland, Multnamah County, Oregon; married Laura Elizabeth (Lauritsen) Lauridsen November 05, 1913 in Price, Carbon County, Utah.
iv. Leslie Peter Jensen, born August 01, 1895 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; died October 02, 1954; married (1) Hazel Jean Sorensen August 12, 1919; married (2) Dorothy Lavina Caldwell April 04, 1935.
56. Karl Friedrich Bode, born 1858 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died January 12, 1892 in Evern, Hannover, Germany. He was the son of 112. Heinrich Bode and 113. Sophie Knibbe. He married 57. Anna "Minna" Friederike Wilhelmine Gerlach after 1877 in Evern, Hannover, Germany.
57. Anna "Minna" Friederike Wilhelmine Gerlach, born 1857 in Rosenthal, Hessen, Germany (NE of Frankfurt am Main); died June 20, 1899 in Evern, Hannover, Germany. She was the daughter of 115. Johanne Wilhelmine Frederike Amalie Gerlach. Elsa Gertrude Bode Shaw believes that Minna came from this area--Dittelsdorf, Zittan, Sachsen, Germany.
Child of Karl Bode and Anna Gerlach is:
28 i. Karl Wilhelm August Alwin Bode, born November 04, 1877 in Evern, Hannover, Germany; died June 09, 1954 in Jamaica, New York; married Bertha Lina Vollmer March 04, 1901 in Sehnde Burgdorf, Lehrte, Hannover, Germany.
58. Carl Adolf Johannes Vollmer, born March 03, 1851 in Hannover, Germany. He was the son of 116. Johann Heinrich Vollmer and 117. Dorothea Berta Saar. He married 59. Johanna Friederike Schumacher February 06, 1877 in Verden, Aller, Germany.
Child of Carl Vollmer and Johanna Schumacher is:
29 i. Bertha Lina Vollmer, born August 22, 1880 in Verden, Aller, Germany; died October 24, 1965 in Jamaica, Queens, New York; married Karl Wilhelm August Alwin Bode March 04, 1901 in Sehnde Burgdorf, Lehrte, Hannover, Germany.
60. Jakob Schöllhammer, born June 26, 1825 in Welzheim, Germany (Oberurbach); died November 11, 1897 in Walkersbach, Germany. He was the son of 120. Christian Schöllhammer and 121. Maria Schuster. He married 61. Marie Weitmann August 24, 1865 in Walkersbach, Germany.
61. Marie Weitmann, born April 09, 1842 in Ruppertshofen und Gurund, Germany; died September 03, 1908 in Haubersbronn, Germany. She was the daughter of 122. Heinrich Weitmann and 123. Margarete Nagel.
Child of Jakob Schöllhammer and Marie Weitmann is:
30 i. Jakob Schöllhammer, born June 07, 1881 in Walkersbach, Germany; died 1954 in Walkersbach, Germany; married Katharina Sabina Hieber April 04, 1904 in Haubersbronn, Germany.
62. Christian Heinrich Hieber, born December 15, 1853 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany or Loechgau, Necker; died September 13, 1927 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany. He was the son of 124. Leonhard Hieber and 125. Sabina Reiß. He married 63. Christine Katharine Ommerle May 21, 1877 in Haubersbronn, Wurttenburg (umlaut over first u), Germany. Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification. See information obtained from Leonard Hieber from Hieber family information based on research of Bertold Hieber.
63. Christine Katharine Ommerle, born October 10, 1850 in Hochdorf, Germany; died December 02, 1922 in Haubersbronn, Württenburg , Germany. She was the daughter of 126. Konrad Friedrich Ommerle and 127. Maria Katharina Weber. Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification.
Children of Christian Hieber and Christine Ommerle are:
31 i. Katharina Sabina Hieber, born November 27, 1882 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; died 1951 in Welzheim, Germany (date approx); married Jakob Schöllhammer April 04, 1904 in Haubersbronn, Germany.
ii. Marie Hieber, married ? Fischer.
iii. Louise Hieber, married ? Kurtz.
iv. Paulina Hieber, married ? Sommer.
v. Christian Hieber, married Sabina Reig.