Reinerus Weibeler

#5229, b. 1 July 1798
Last Edited=15 Oct 2014
Relationship
2nd great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Thomas Weibeler b. c 1750, d. 15 Apr 1830
Mother*Maria Catharina Scheer b. 22 May 1755, d. a 1830
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Baptism1 July 1798Reinerus Weibeler was baptized on 1 July 1798 at Roman Catholic Church, Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.
Birth1 July 1798He was born on 1 July 1798 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.
He was the son of Thomas Weibeler and Maria Catharina Scheer.

Reinhold Weibeler

#11017
Last Edited=13 Jan 2017
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Hermann Josef Weibeler b. 21 May 1879, d. 9 Apr 1955
Mother*Elise Emilie Klara Hillner b. 5 Aug 1879, d. 7 Nov 1959
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthReinhold Weibeler was born at Germany.
He was the son of Hermann Josef Weibeler and Elise Emilie Klara Hillner.

Reinhold Joseph Weibeler

#11014
Last Edited=13 Jan 2017
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Hermann Josef Weibeler b. 21 May 1879, d. 9 Apr 1955
Mother*Elise Emilie Klara Hillner b. 5 Aug 1879, d. 7 Nov 1959
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthReinhold Joseph Weibeler was born at Germany.
He was the son of Hermann Josef Weibeler and Elise Emilie Klara Hillner.

Taryn Joetta Weibeler1

#5222, b. 22 January 1988
Last Edited=11 Aug 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Earl Vincent Weibeler Jr.1 b. 8 Feb 1946, d. 27 Jul 2015
Mother*Barbara Jean Klatke1 b. 25 Dec 1953
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth22 January 1988Taryn Joetta Weibeler was born on 22 January 1988 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Earl Vincent Weibeler Jr. and Barbara Jean Klatke.1
Marriage29 June 2013Taryn Joetta Weibeler married Andrew (Drew) Rosdhal on 29 June 2013 at Eagan, Dakota, Minnesota, United States.

Family: Taryn Joetta Weibeler and Andrew (Drew) Rosdhal

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Thomas Weibeler1

#4791, b. circa 1750, d. 15 April 1830
Last Edited=12 May 2015
Relationship
3rd great-grandfather of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Thomas Weibeler b. b 1732
Mother*Anna Maria Frixen b. b 1732
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1750Thomas Weibeler was born circa 1750 at Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.
He was the son of Thomas Weibeler and Anna Maria Frixen.
Marriage2 December 1782Thomas Weibeler married Maria Catharina Scheer on 2 December 1782 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany. Thomas converted from Lutheran to Catholic in order to marry Maria.
NoteThomas Weibeler was the first teacher (volunteering) in Nettesheim-Butzheim. He was a very respected man in the region.
Death15 April 1830Thomas Weibeler died on 15 April 1830 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Residence, PrincipalThomas WeibelerHe lived at Kerpen, Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.

Children of Thomas Weibeler and Maria Catharina Scheer

Citations

  1. [S198] Unknown author, "Bruce Glesne Research."

Thomas Weibeler

#5311, b. before 1732
Last Edited=14 Oct 2014
Relationship
4th great-grandfather of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthbefore 1732Thomas Weibeler was born before 1732 at Neuhausen, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.
Marriagebefore 1750He married Anna Maria Frixen before 1750 at Neuhausen Uracher Oberamt, Enz, Württemberg, Germany.

Child of Thomas Weibeler and Anna Maria Frixen

Wilhelm Weibeler1

#4793, b. 15 April 1784
Last Edited=12 May 2015
Relationship
2nd great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Thomas Weibeler1 b. c 1750, d. 15 Apr 1830
Mother*Maria Catharina Scheer1 b. 22 May 1755, d. a 1830
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Baptism15 April 1784Wilhelm Weibeler was baptized on 15 April 1784 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.2
Birth15 April 1784He was born on 15 April 1784 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.3
He was the son of Thomas Weibeler and Maria Catharina Scheer.1
MarriageWilhelm Weibeler married Anna Catharina Schneider.
DeathWilhelm Weibeler died.

Family: Wilhelm Weibeler and Anna Catharina Schneider

Citations

  1. [S198] Unknown author, "Bruce Glesne Research."
  2. [S204] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, Germany, Select Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898.

Willem Weibeler

#9262, b. circa 1856
Last Edited=28 Aug 2010
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Johann Hubert Weibeler b. 1 Mar 1832
Mother*Josepha (Unknown Surname) b. c 1830
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1856Willem Weibeler was born circa 1856 at Germany.
He was the son of Johann Hubert Weibeler and Josepha (Unknown Surname).
Psgr List27 May 1857Willem Weibeler was listed, along with Johann Hubert Weibeler, on a passenger list on 27 May 1857 at New York, New York, United States. They sailed on the ship "Albert Gallatin" from Antwerp, Belgium to New York. His occupation was listed as a farmer and their destination was Illinois.

William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler

#18, b. 8 June 1839, d. 27 February 1923
Last Edited=21 Oct 2017
Relationship
Great-grandfather of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Johann Weibeler b. 12 Nov 1788, d. 23 Feb 1866
Mother*Anna Maria Schmitz b. c 1801, d. a 1858
Weibeler Merchandise Store
Belle Plaine, Minnesota

Photo owned by and courtesy of:
Scott County Historical Society
Shakopee, Minnesota
W.H. Weibeler Will - 1920
William H. Weibeler, death certificate, 1923
William Hubert Weibeler obituary, 1923
William Hubert Weibeler obituary, 1923
W.H. Weibeler family and store workers, Belle Plaine, MN - 1888
W.H. Weibeler family and store workers, Belle Plaine, MN - 1888
W.H. Weibeler naturalization - 1877
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth8 June 1839William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler was born on 8 June 1839 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.1
He was the son of Johann Weibeler and Anna Maria Schmitz.
Baptism9 June 1839William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler was baptized on 9 June 1839 at Nettesheim-Butzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany.1
Immigration1867He immigrated to America in 1867.2
Psgr List13 April 1867He was found on a passenger list on 13 April 1867 at Hamburg, Germany. He sailed on the ship Cimbria and it was noted that he was from Butzheim, Germany. His occupation was listed as Arbeiter or worker.3
Naturalization1872He was naturalized in 1872.4
Marriage5 May 1873He married Katherine (Katharina) Schmitt, daughter of Christian L. Schmitt and Angeline Hansen, on 5 May 1873 at Jessenland Church, Jessenland, Sibley, Minnesota, United States.
Note14 October 1884Saint Paul Globe, Saint Paul, Minnesota
October 14, 1884

Dissolution of Partnership

Notice is hereby given, that the Corporation heretofore existing between Henry Theviot, Fred Luken and Wm. H. Weibeler, on the firm name of H. Theviot & Co., at Brainerd, Minnesota, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. W.H. Weibeler will continue the business in his own name, and will settle all claims against the said firm. Al debts due said firm must be paid to said W. A. Weibeler without delay. All coimmunications to be made to W.H. Weibeler, ay Belle Plaine, Minn.

Dated at Brainerd, this 9th day of October, 1884.

Henry Theviot
Fred Luken
W.H. Weibeler.

BaptismMarch 1917William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler became the godfather at General William John Durrenberger's baptism in March 1917 at Wadena, Wadena County, Minnesota, United States.
Death27 February 1923William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler died on 27 February 1923 of chronic myscardites and chronic bronchitis at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States, at age 83.5
Obituary1 March 1923Obituary of William H. Weibeler
     Belle Plaine Herald, March 1, 1923

     PIONEER MERCHANT DIES
     WM. H. WEIBELER PASSED AWAY TUESDAY AFTERNOON ATTAINS FINE AGE - TOOK LEADING PART FOR MANY YEARS IN CIVIC AFFAIRS

     William H. Weibeler. Belle Plaine's pioneer merchant and leading figure in the public life of the community for fifty-four years, died at 3:10 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 27. Death was due to old age infirmities, his age being 83 years, 8 months and 21 days.
     Since the past year he has been gradually failing in health, and for the past few weeks was unable to leave home. He was confined to his bed, however, but one day before he died.
     Mr. Weibeler was one of the outstanding figures of Belle Plaine, taking at all times a keen interest in everything that related to the welfare of the community. He came here in 1869, and for a few years was a clerk in the store of A. V. Heyderstaedt. In 1872 he embarked in the mercantile business for himself and remained in this business until he sold out to Mr. Behnke in 1910.
     For many years he conducted our largest store and was widely known as a very successful merchant. He served as mayor, member of the borough council and of the school board, and an officer in our various civic and fraternal organizations.
     He was married here to Catherine Schmitt, daughter of the late Christian Schmitt, and to them eleven children were born, of whom two preceded him to his grave. His wife died in 1907. The surviving children are Gerhard H., Frank; Katherine and John of Belle Plaine; Peter H. of Devils Lake, N.D; William M. of Omaha, Neb; Mrs. Clara Heywood of Minneapolis, Mrs. Angela Durrenberger of Perham, Dr. Christian Weibeler of Adrian. One sister survives him, Mrs. G. Hilgers of Jordan.
     Mr. Weibeler was a native of Germany, born in the city of Butzheim, and he came to this country in 1868, locating at Jordan. He moved to Belle Plaine the following year and remained here ever since.
     The funeral will be held Friday morning, with services at Sts. Peter and Paul's church at 9 o'clock.
Burial2 March 1923He was buried on 2 March 1923 at Saints Peter and Paul's Catholic Cemetery in Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States. Find A Grave Memorial# 123007628.6
BiographyWILLIAM HUBERT WEIBLER
     Written by Earl Weibeler

On June 8, 1837 my great grandfather, Wilhelm Hubert Weipler, was born in Butzheim Germany, a small town with a population of five- hundred in the Rhine Province near Cologne. He was the only one out of a family of thirteen to leave Germany for the New World. It is possible that poverty in the family, due to his fathers handicap, delayed his departure until he was thirty. His father had lost an arm in the Napoleanic War. He left Germany in1867. While going through Customs, his first name was Americanized and his last name was misspelled, according to the way it sounded to the Custom's Officer. His new name was William Hubert Weibeler. From New York he set out for Chicago. To reach Chicago, he boarded a train whose cars closely resembled those used to transport cattle. According to my information, he remained in Chicago only short time. While there, he stayed with relatives or friends from his home town, "William," or "W.H.", as he would later come to be known. He was an ambitious man, however he decided to leave Chicago, despite the opportunities it held. It seemed that he preferred a small town much like Butzheim, to a city the size of Chicago. His dislike for large cities and perhaps Chicago in particular, was later to cost him and his heirs a fortune.

After learning he had relatives living in Jordan, a small town in Minnesota, he made the long hard trip up the Mississippi River to St. Paul by riverboat, and then on to Jordan by stagecoach, or on the railroad which had just been completed. W. H. spent only a few days in Jordan visiting relatives because he soon found a job as a clerk, working for a Mr. Heyderstadt, a store owner from Belle Plaine, a small town seven miles away. Belle Plaine was very much like his home town in Germany. The population was around 497 when he arrived, but was to double within 25 years. He worked for Heyderstadt for only a few months. During this time he learned all he could about the operation of the store and about business in general. Heyderstadt's store was small, and there was much more to be learned at the large general store in the center of town, so he waited for an opening and then went to work for Jim Jordan as a clerk. Most of the men who came into the area were looking only for rich land along the Minnesota River to farm. Labor in town was at a premium, and anyone who was willing and available for steady work was paid a very livable wage. W. H. saved much of the money he made, and soon started looking for places to invest it. He bought tracts of land through out the town and in surrounding areas. By 1871, he opened up a confectionery in the front of the old Belle Plaine Hotel. Although he was still working for Mr. Jordan as an assistant or head clerk, his own small store was beginning to make him a reasonable profit. In 1872 he was approached by several other local business men for the purpose of buying land in the city of Chicago. A fire had recently swept through that city. W. H. rejected the idea. He did not think that a new city would be built over the site of the old one. A dislike for large cities may have also entered into his decision. Much of the profit he had made up to this time was on farm land in the area, so he invested his money in land in North Dakota instead. This land was to be sold later for nearly no profit at all.

On May 5, 1873, W. H. married Catherine Schmitt, the daughter of a local brewery owner, Christian Schmitt. He and his new wife took an apartment in the hotel over his confectionery store where was now working full time. Two years later, in the summer of 1875, Jim Jordan's general store burned to the ground. Jordan decided not to rebuild. He sold the land to W. H., who built a small wooden frame structure to house his confectionery, which was now expanding into a general store. As his sales increased, he expanded the store by building a warehouse in back for storage. With the increased space he began to buy merchandise by the carload. Soon it became evident that the building that housed his store was far to small. In1882 he tore down the old wood structure and replaced it with a larger brick structure. His was the largest general store in a town, whose population was near seven hundred. The store was divided into three sections, each was completely separate from the other by a wall. In one section, he sold clothing, in another, groceries and in the third, hardware. The rear and second floor of the building were his living quarters. These quarters were very large and decorated lavishly. At the time they were built, he had three or four children. Because he expected his family to grow, his home was designed with seven bedrooms. This planning was to pay off, for he was to have eleven children in all. The first floor in the rear of the store held the dining room and the kitchen. Above the kitchen were the maids' quarters, which consisted of three bedrooms. W. H. needed a number of maids, because he fed the eighteen clerks who worked in his store dinner each working day. His dining room was two floors high and measured fifteen by thirty feet. The dining room table was five feet wide and long enough to seat twenty people. It was covered by a lace table cloth which extended over the table on all sides. The living room was on the second floor. It was larger than the dining room. Behind the living room were the seven bedrooms. W. H. had running cold water on the first floor. He accomplished this by running a pipe under the road to the municipal well, which was forty feet from the house. This well had a windmill pump and a twenty foot high water tower.

The most unique aspect of his house was the large ballroom, which was adjacent to the living room. It was so large that it was sometimes used for basketball games. According to Harold Albrecht, the town historian, and author of several books about Belle Plaine, "Weibler Hall dates from the1870's". It was above the store owned by the same family. Up the stairs went crowds of Belle Plainites to the world of entertainment. These included home-talent plays, School entertainments, graduations, lectures, parish fairs, and dinners, wondering minstrel shows; even a Ringling Bros. Circus performance, athletic events, dances, masquerade balls--all the excitement in entertainment the town enjoyed.

The same year he built the store, W. H. bought the Dakota House which contained a hotel, a bar, and a restaurant. This must have been a profitable venture, for information I have, speaks of local hotels filling up with new faces each night. These people were passing through in search of new land to farm. W. H. did not undertake the operation of this hotel, he instead hired others to run it for him. He did the same with a drug store he built next to his general store. On a lot behind the general store he built another hotel. The front of the building still bears the name Weibeler on a metal plaque. He sold a section of land near the general store to a brother-in law for use in establishing the first bank in Belle Plaine.

W.H. was very much a part of life in Belle Plaine. The ways Weibeler Hall was used, shows he was culturally minded. This may have been spurred on by the pride he took in showing off his children's talents. He insisted that each one learn to play a musical instrument. A record of the school musical club in 1900, indicates that five of it's twelve members were his children. He was also involved in many of the town's civic enterprises. In 1896 he was elected Mayor. His campaign coincided with that of presidential hopeful, William Jennings Bryan. During his campaign Bryan made a train stop in Belle Plaine. Clara Weibeler, one of W. H.'s daughters, presented Bryan with a bouquet of flowers after his speech. W. H. was also a councilman, a member of the school board, and the River Commission. He was also one of the major contributors to the establishment of the Catholic Church, Sts. Peter and Paul. Those that remember him say that he and his family were almost always at church on Sunday. He would often invite friends over on Sunday by suggesting that they stop by on the way to church. He and his guests would then walk to church together. After the service they would then return home for a Sunday afternoon dinner. Although he was seldom late for mass, the priests had learned that they better not start the service without him. In the middle of the afternoon he would gather up his family and any lingering guests, and all would attend Benediction. When W. H. went to church, everyone went to church. William Hubert was literally the "Godfather" in Belle Plaine. He was present, in that capacity, for many of the christenings in town. He made one stipulation before he would consent to be the Godfather of a child. All of his godchildren had to take "Hubert" as their middle name. I have not been able to uncover the significance of this request. St. Hubert is the patron saint of dog-bite (hydrophobia) victims. Hydrophobia was greatly feared at that time.

W.H. raised his children strictly, as was the custom of the times. Besides requiring training in the arts, he also insisted that each child receive a higher education. He sent all of his children to a college in the area. With the education they received at the University of Minnesota, St. John's, St. Benedict, and Mankato, many of his children were attracted by life and opportunities which existed outside of the boundaries of Belle Plaine.

Kate was the only child to remain in Belle Plaine after her father's death in 1923. She continued to run the confectionery, which was a small part of the general store her father had established. In 1960, she closed the confectionery, and sold the entire building to the Coast to Coast Co. Today the building houses a hardware store, which is part of the Coast to Coast National chain. The living room and ballroom are used for storage, and the dining room, kitchen, and maid's quarters, all of which are in the rear of the building, are rented out as an apartment. Today, there are no Weibelers living in Belle Plaine. All the land and properties in and around town have been sold. The name of "Weibeler" is remembered only by those interested in the town's early history, or by those who frequented my aunt Kate's confectionery. The building bearing the Weibeler name, which W. H. had built as a hotel, is now a bar. While I was in Belle Plaine gathering information for this paper, I went into that bar. When I told the bartender that my great-grandfather had built the building, he appeared unimpressed, and responded with what I considered to be a disinterested "So"?

Although the name of one of Belle Plaine's early founders is nearly forgotten, it's a name like many others that helped to build the towns, large and small, which sprang up during the frontier period of our country.

Probate24 March 1923His estate was probated on 24 March 1923 at Shakopee, Scott, Minnesota, United States.
Will1 July 1920He left a will on 1 July 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.

Will of William H. Weibeler
July 1, 1920

In the Name of God, Amen

I, William H. Weibeler of Belle Plaine in the County of Scott and State of Minnesota, being of sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore made, ordain and publish and declare this to be my last will and testament.

First, I order and direct that my executors hereinafter named, pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as soon after my decease as conveniently may be out of the Life Ins. Policy of the German R. Catholic Benevolent Society of St. Paul.

Second, after the payment of such funeral expenses and debts, then out of the rest of the money of said Ins. Policy shall be $100 paid to the parish priest of the St. Peter & Paul Church of Belle Plaine, Minn. for masses for the reposed of souls of my wife, my daughter Marie and myself, jointly. If there is some money on hand out of the above named Life Ins. Policy then shall be paid below named amounts to the children, what paid to my son Christian Weibeler Education at the University of Minnesota, as follows:

1. To my son W.M. Weibeler for boarding him for 3 years at 9 months each year total 27 months at $15.00 a month - $405.00 with interest at 4 per cent from June 1, 1917.
2. To my son Peter H. Weibeler for same purpose $115.00. Interest at 4% from June 1, 1917.
3. To my daughter Katharine Weibeler for same purpose $100 Int. at 4% from June 1, 1917.
4. To my daughter Clara Haywood, nee Weibeler, for same purpose $10.00 with interest at 4% from June 1, 1917.
5. To my daughter Angela Durrenberger nee Weibeler, for same purpose $70.00 Int. at 4% from June 1, 1917.

If there is a Bal of the above named policy named not in of the pay all of this, then to the other policy of Life Ins. shall cover the rest and the Bal of same shall be divided between the four youngest children. The stock of One Thousand ($1000.00) dollars in the First Nat. Bank of Belle Plaine, Minn. shall go to my son John Weibeler. I don’t think there be any debts when I shall leave this world, but there should be any, they should be paid out of the Life Ins. I also declare my estate shall be divided between my 9 children equal shares, after the respective amounts, what the other herein named children already have received the bal. of the children shall get first the equal amount what the others get, first out of my estate, then the remaining will then be equal divided between the 9 children.

Now comes what the other children already received:

1. My son G.H. Weibeler has a house and lots deeded to him in the amount of twelve hundred ($1200.00) Dollars.
2. My son Frank Weibeler the sum of $1200.00 when he went into bankruptcy at Iona, Minn.
3. My son Peter H. Weibeler the sum of twelve hundred ($1200.00) dollars when he went into bankruptcy and paid afterwards for him. I don’t hope, the selling of my property will be made in a hurry, as to receive a fair price for the Stores. The land and other lots will the administrators in consulting the other children sell as they see fit.

I also have several shares in a mining company in the State of Washington, of this I give first to my son W.M. Weibeler 250 shares, my daughter Clara Heywood born Weibeler 250 shares, my daughter Angela Durrenberger nee Weibeler 500 shares, my son John Weibeler and also Christian J. Weibeler each 500 shares, then the Bal. of the shares of said mining company shall be divided equally between the 9 children.

Have also a mining stock in Colorado, but don’t know much about this, but these shall also go to my son John, and Christian J. Weibeler, to each 500 shares, and the bal. to be divided equal again, should there be any dividend declared by the Mining Co. shall be divided equal as per shares.

Have also a note & a transfer of an Ins. Policy on the life of M.F. Foley. Should Mrs. Foley or any of their heirs pay of the Note then executors will sign over the Note & Policy. If M.P. Foley is dead then the executor shall get the note paid and if there is a Bal. to pay same to Mrs. Foley of their heirs and the proceeds of the note shall be divided equally. To repeat my intention, the amount paid to the 3 oldest boys already, the same amount must be first paid out of any money coming in to the 6 remaining children.

The Datmor Piano shall belong to the 3 girls, and they may agree between themselves who will have it, and they must pay the other 2 girls $75.00 each. I also give the 3 girls the silverware, and to Katherine all the Chinaware. My Life Ins. Policy of the G.R.C. Benevolent Society is signed to my son G.H. Weibeler, but the intention what shall be done with the money is herein clear and stated, and agreed by him.

Lastly, I make, constitute and appoint my sons, G.H. Weibeler and W.M. Weibeler to be executors of this my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunder subscribed my name and affixed my seal the first day of July, 1920
                              “William H. Weibeler” Seal.

This instrument was, on the day of the date thereof, signed, published and declared by the said testator to be his last will and testament, in the presence, who, at his request have subscribed our names thereto as witnesses in his presence and in the presence of each other.

H.E. Fay residing at Belle Plaine, Minn.

F.J. Connelly residing at Belle Plaine.

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1866farmerButzheim, Rhineland, Preußen, Germany
1900merchant, store owner, and mayorBelle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States2

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, PrincipalWilliam (Wilhelm) Hubert WeibelerWilliam was listed on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2
Census1920, PrincipalWilliam (Wilhelm) Hubert WeibelerWilliam was listed on the 1920 US census taken 20 January 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.4

Children of William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler and Katherine (Katharina) Schmitt

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, Germany, Select Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  5. [S94] William H. Weibeler, William H. Weibeler Death Certificate.
  6. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 123007628.

William Edward Weibeler

#3038, b. 31 May 1910, d. 24 November 1948
Last Edited=30 Dec 2014
Relationship
1st cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Peter Hubert Weibeler b. 9 Sep 1881, d. 9 Dec 1943
Mother*Lucia (Lucy) Elizabeth Walerius b. Dec 1888, d. 13 Jan 1949
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth31 May 1910William Edward Weibeler was born on 31 May 1910 at Jordan, Scott, Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of Peter Hubert Weibeler and Lucia (Lucy) Elizabeth Walerius.
Death24 November 1948William Edward Weibeler died on 24 November 1948 at Isanti County, Minnesota, United States, at age 38.1
BurialNovember 1948He was buried in November 1948 at Saints Peter and Paul's Catholic Cemetery in Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1920, sonPeter Hubert WeibelerWilliam and Paul was listed in the household as Peter's son on the 1920 US Census taken 6 January 1920 at Devils Lake, Ramsey, North Dakota, United States.3

Citations

  1. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, Select Counties.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

William Frank Weibeler1

#3065, b. 1 July 1942
Last Edited=3 Apr 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Lambert Weibeler b. 1 Jul 1920, d. 24 Mar 1946
Mother*Clara Barbara Fratia b. 4 May 1920, d. 7 Apr 2002
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
MarriageWilliam Frank Weibeler married Sylvia Sparks.
MarriageWilliam Frank Weibeler married Kathleen Mee.
Birth1 July 1942William Frank Weibeler was born on 1 July 1942 at Illinois, United States.
He is the son of William Lambert Weibeler and Clara Barbara Fratia.

Children of William Frank Weibeler and Kathleen Mee

Citations

  1. [S26] Leo J. Albrecht, "Leo J. Albrecht Research."

William Lambert Weibeler1

#3041, b. 1 July 1920, d. 24 March 1946
Last Edited=3 Apr 2015
Relationship
1st cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Mathias Weibeler b. 22 Nov 1886, d. 2 Nov 1942
Mother*Catherine Percy Lambert b. 24 Dec 1886, d. 18 Sep 1986
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth1 July 1920William Lambert Weibeler was born on 1 July 1920 at Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of William Mathias Weibeler and Catherine Percy Lambert.
Marriage23 August 1941William Lambert Weibeler married Clara Barbara Fratia, daughter of Francesco Fratia and Maria D'Agostino, on 23 August 1941.
Mltinducti22 January 1942An unknown person was inducted into the military on 22 January 1942 at Fort Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States. He was listed as 67 inches high and 154 pounds. He had 1 year of college and was employed as a telephone frameman..
Death24 March 1946William Lambert Weibeler died on 24 March 1946 at Canton, Stark, Ohio, United States, at age 25.2
BurialMarch 1946He was buried in March 1946 at Saint Patrick's Catholic Cemetery in Joliet, Will, Illinois, United States.2

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1930, sonWilliam Mathias WeibelerHe was listed in the household as William's son on the 1930 US Census taken 9 April 1930 at Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States.3

Children of William Lambert Weibeler and Clara Barbara Fratia

Citations

  1. [S26] Leo J. Albrecht, "Leo J. Albrecht Research."
  2. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 86371403.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

William Mathias Weibeler1

#140, b. 22 November 1886, d. 2 November 1942
Last Edited=10 Sep 2016
Relationship
Granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler b. 8 Jun 1839, d. 27 Feb 1923
Mother*Katherine (Katharina) Schmitt b. 6 Jun 1852, d. 2 Nov 1907
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth22 November 1886William Mathias Weibeler was born on 22 November 1886 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2
He was the son of William (Wilhelm) Hubert Weibeler and Katherine (Katharina) Schmitt.
Graduation1908William Mathias Weibeler graduated from University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States, in 1908. He earned a degree in Electrical Engineering.
Marriage5 June 1912He married Catherine Percy Lambert on 5 June 1912 at Sauk Center, Stearns, Minnesota, United States.
Milit-WWI5 June 1917William Mathias Weibeler registered for World War I military service on 5 June 1917 at Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States.3
Death2 November 1942He died on 2 November 1942 of heart attack at home, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States, at age 55.
Burial4 November 1942He was buried on 4 November 1942 at Glendale Cemetery in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States.4
Funeral4 November 1942His funeral was held on 4 November 1942 at Saint Augustine's Catholic Church, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States.
Obituary5 November 1942Obituary of William Weibeler

Belle Plaine Herald, November 5, 1942

WILL WEIBELER DIES SUDDENLY AT HOME IN DES MOINES, IA.

     William M. Weibeler, native of this community, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home in Des Moines, Iowa, Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock Intermittently during the past two years he had been afflicted with a heart ailment, and his wife had written the folks here the past week that Will was experiencing a recurrence of this trouble. He was 56 years old.
     Will Weibeler was born in Belle Plaine November 22, 1886, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weibeler, pioneer merchants. Here he spent his boyhood and finished his high school education at Central High, St. Paul. He graduated from the electrical engineering department of the University of Minnesota in1908.
     He immediately commenced work for Westinghouse Electric Co. at Williamsport, Pa .and the following year took a position with Western Electric at Chicago. A little over thirty years ago he became associated with Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in their headquarters at Omaha and some time later was transferred to the Des Moines office where he had been ever since. During recent years he had supervision of the entire state of Iowa in his department.
     During the current year he had accepted his retirement pension from the telephone company and was making ready to go to Washington, D. C. to give his services to the government as an electrical engineer in the communications field when he was stricken.
     In 1912 he was married to Miss Percy Lambert of Sauk Center, Minn., who with two children survive him. They are son William in the U. S. Signal Corps service and daughter Sister St. Caroline, B.V.W. (Ethel) of Des Moines. There is one grandson.
     He also leaves three brothers and three sisters, namely, Katherine and John of Belle Plaine, Peter and Clara (Mrs. Heywood) of Minneapolis, Angela (Mrs. Durrenberger) of Perham and Dr. Christian J. Weibeler of Adrian. The funeral was held Wednesday morning with services at 9 o'clock at St. Augustine's church. Des Moines, and burial was in that city.
     Among those who left for Des Moines Tuesday for the funeral were John Weibeler, Mrs. G. H. Weibeler and daughter Marie and Mrs. Frank Weibeler from Belle Plaine; Peter Weibeler and Mrs. Clara Heywood from Minneapolis. Mrs. John Durrenberger from Perham, and Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Weibeler from Adrian.

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1917telephone engineer for the Northwest Telephone CompanySaint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States3

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, sonWilliam (Wilhelm) Hubert WeibelerHe was listed in the household as William's son on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.5
Census1920, PrincipalWilliam Mathias WeibelerWilliam was listed on the 1920 US census taken 12 January 1920 at 2223 Dayton Avenue, Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States.6
Census1930, PrincipalWilliam Mathias WeibelerWilliam was listed on the 1930 US Census taken 9 April 1930 at Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States.7

Children of William Mathias Weibeler and Catherine Percy Lambert

Citations

  1. [S26] Leo J. Albrecht, "Leo J. Albrecht Research."
  2. [S204] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  3. [S233] Military Records, World War I Draft Registration Cards, (1917-1918), 4,582 Microfilm Rolls.
  4. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 104035673.
  5. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  6. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  7. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Pamela L Weible

#9345, b. 21 January 1970
Last Edited=16 Jan 2017
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth21 January 1970Pamela L Weible was born on 21 January 1970 at Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, United States.
Marriagecirca 2000She married William Gordon Uran, son of Gordon Gustav Uran and Julie Ann Macaw, circa 2000.

Children of Pamela L Weible and William Gordon Uran

Margaretha Weidert

#6499
Last Edited=24 Feb 2009
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
MarriageMargaretha Weidert married Franz Henter.

Child of Margaretha Weidert and Franz Henter

Anton Weiers

#10997, b. 6 December 1859, d. 2 April 1911
Last Edited=13 Jan 2017
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth6 December 1859Anton Weiers was born on 6 December 1859 at Wisconsin, United States.1
Marriagecirca 1895He married Magdalena (Lena) Sprey circa 1895.
Death2 April 1911Anton Weiers died on 2 April 1911 at LeSueur County, Minnesota, United States, at age 51.1
BurialApril 1911He was buried in April 1911 at Saint John Cemetery in Union Hill, LeSueur, Minnesota, United States.1

Child of Anton Weiers and Magdalena (Lena) Sprey

Citations

  1. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 70390604.

Jann M. Weiers

#10999, b. 1 March 1957
Last Edited=13 Jan 2017
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Theodore Gerhard Weiers b. 6 Aug 1899, d. 26 Oct 1972
Mother*Anna Helen Ellis b. 17 Dec 1920, d. 24 Jan 2003
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth1 March 1957Jann M. Weiers was born on 1 March 1957 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States.1
She is the daughter of Theodore Gerhard Weiers and Anna Helen Ellis.
Marriage28 June 1986Jann M. Weiers married Robert Ford Wilson on 28 June 1986 at Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, United States.

Family: Jann M. Weiers and Robert Ford Wilson

Citations

  1. [S224] California Birth Index (1905-1995).

Theodore Gerhard Weiers

#3057, b. 6 August 1899, d. 26 October 1972
Last Edited=13 Jan 2017
Father*Anton Weiers b. 6 Dec 1859, d. 2 Apr 1911
Mother*Magdalena (Lena) Sprey b. 5 Nov 1873, d. 26 Dec 1923
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth6 August 1899Theodore Gerhard Weiers was born on 6 August 1899 at Heidelberg, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.1,2
He was the son of Anton Weiers and Magdalena (Lena) Sprey.
Marriage17 December 1951Theodore Gerhard Weiers married Anna Helen Ellis, daughter of Walter T. Ellis and Helen Margaret Weibeler, on 17 December 1951.
Death26 October 1972Theodore Gerhard Weiers died on 26 October 1972 at Sepulveda, Los Angeles, California, United States, at age 73.1
BurialOctober 1972He was buried in October 1972 at Los Angeles National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States.1

Child of Theodore Gerhard Weiers and Anna Helen Ellis

Citations

  1. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 3763013.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, Minnesota, Births and Christenings Index, 1840-1980.

Judith Mary Elizabeth Weigel1

#5396, b. 17 August 1954
Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
Father*Richard Philip Weigel1 b. c 1927
Mother*Phyllis Marie Stiegel1 b. 6 Jan 1929
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth17 August 1954Judith Mary Elizabeth Weigel was born on 17 August 1954 at Morrison County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Richard Philip Weigel and Phyllis Marie Stiegel.1

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Richard Philip Weigel

#5395, b. circa 1927
Last Edited=13 Sep 2014
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1927Richard Philip Weigel was born circa 1927.
MarriageHe married Phyllis Marie Stiegel, daughter of Joseph Andrew Stiegel and Bernadine Nora (Bunny) Randall.

Children of Richard Philip Weigel and Phyllis Marie Stiegel

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Stephen Joseph Weigel1

#5398, b. 12 April 1953
Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
Father*Richard Philip Weigel1 b. c 1927
Mother*Phyllis Marie Stiegel1 b. 6 Jan 1929
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth12 April 1953Stephen Joseph Weigel was born on 12 April 1953 at Faribault County, Minnesota, United States.1
He is the son of Richard Philip Weigel and Phyllis Marie Stiegel.1

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

William James Weigel1

#5397, b. 24 March 1959
Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
Father*Richard Philip Weigel1 b. c 1927
Mother*Phyllis Marie Stiegel1 b. 6 Jan 1929
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth24 March 1959William James Weigel was born on 24 March 1959 at Morrison County, Minnesota, United States.1
He is the son of Richard Philip Weigel and Phyllis Marie Stiegel.1

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Marie Bertha Weihs

#11243, b. 27 September 1908, d. 20 April 2000
Last Edited=15 Jan 2017
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth27 September 1908Marie Bertha Weihs was born on 27 September 1908 at Saint Cloud, Stearns, Minnesota, United States.1
Marriage28 April 1928She married Anthony Leo Holl, son of Theodore Anthony Holl and Veronica (Veronika) Schwartzkopf, on 28 April 1928 at Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States.
Death20 April 2000Marie Bertha Weihs died on 20 April 2000 at Detroit Lakes, Becker, Minnesota, United States, at age 91.1

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1940, wifeAnthony Leo HollMarie was listed in the household as Anthony's wife on the 1940 US Census taken 2 April 1940 at Popple Grove, Mahnomen, Minnesota, United States.2

Family: Marie Bertha Weihs and Anthony Leo Holl

Citations

  1. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1940 US Census.

Lydia Weishaupt

#4741, b. 29 November 1937
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth29 November 1937Lydia Weishaupt was born on 29 November 1937 at Germany.
MarriageShe married Bernhard Dürrenberger, son of Gebhard Dürrenberger and Maria Holtz.

Children of Lydia Weishaupt and Bernhard Dürrenberger

Alma Weiss

#5655, b. circa 1896
Last Edited=24 Mar 2008
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1896Alma Weiss was born circa 1896 at Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1
Census1910, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1910 US Census taken 22 April 1910 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2
Census1920, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1920 US Census taken 17 January 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.3

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

Amana F. Weiss

#14077, b. January 1891
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthJanuary 1891Amana F. Weiss was born in January 1891 at Scott County, Minnesota, United States.1
She was the daughter of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.

Annika Elizabeth Weiss

#6425, b. 16 January 2002
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
Relationship
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Timothy Francis Weiss b. 27 Jan 1964
Mother*Christine Elizabeth Kruger b. c 1966
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth16 January 2002Annika Elizabeth Weiss was born on 16 January 2002 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Timothy Francis Weiss and Christine Elizabeth Kruger.

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Cheryl Kay Weiss

#5221, b. 13 January 1950
Last Edited=24 Jan 2008
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth13 January 1950Cheryl Kay Weiss was born on 13 January 1950 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
Marriage14 August 1971She married Earl Vincent Weibeler Jr., son of Earl Vincent Weibeler and Marion Agnes O'Neal, on 14 August 1971 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.2
Divorce16 May 1984Cheryl was divorced from Earl Vincent Weibeler Jr. on 16 May 1984 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.3

Family: Cheryl Kay Weiss and Earl Vincent Weibeler Jr.

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S221] Minnesota Marriage Index (1958-2001), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S222] Minnesota Divorce Index (1970-1995), online www.ancestry.com.

Ella Weiss

#5657, b. circa 1904
Last Edited=24 Mar 2008
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1904Ella Weiss was born circa 1904 at Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1910, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1910 US Census taken 22 April 1910 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1
Census1920, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1920 US Census taken 17 January 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss

#1534, b. 16 August 1893, d. 11 June 1952
Last Edited=18 Aug 2016
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth16 August 1893Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss was born on 16 August 1893 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1
He was the son of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.
Milit-WWI5 June 1917Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss registered for World War I military service on 5 June 1917 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1
Marriage23 February 1925He married Cora Frances Simonett, daughter of John Baptiste Simonett II and Magdalena (Lena) Durrenberger, on 23 February 1925 at Minnesota, United States.
Death11 June 1952Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss died on 11 June 1952 at Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota, United States, at age 58.2
BurialJune 1952He was buried in June 1952 at Calvary Cemetery in Le Center, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.3

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1940road building contractorLexington, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States4

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHe was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.5
Census1910, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHe was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1910 US Census taken 22 April 1910 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.6
Census1920, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissFrank was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1920 US Census taken 17 January 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.7
Census1930, son-in-lawMagdalena (Lena) DurrenbergerFrank was listed in the household as Magdalena's son-in-law on the 1930 US Census taken 24 April 1930 at Lexington Township, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.8
Census1940, PrincipalFrank Henry (Sap) WeissFrank was listed on the 1940 US census taken 22 April 1940 at Lexington, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.

Children of Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss and Cora Frances Simonett

Citations

  1. [S233] Military Records, World War I Draft Registration Cards, (1917-1918), 4,582 Microfilm Rolls.
  2. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 92825212.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1940 US Census.
  5. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  6. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.
  7. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  8. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Fred J. Weiss

#14075, b. July 1886
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthJuly 1886Fred J. Weiss was born in July 1886 at Scott County, Minnesota, United States.1
He was the son of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHe was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.

Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss

#6420, b. 15 July 1937
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss b. 16 Aug 1893, d. 11 Jun 1952
Mother*Cora Frances Simonett b. 3 Mar 1900, d. 14 Feb 1988
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth15 July 1937Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss was born on 15 July 1937 at Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States.1
He is the son of Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss and Cora Frances Simonett.
Marriagecirca 1960Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss married Marie Luanne Stenglein circa 1960.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1940, sonFrank Henry (Sap) WeissHe was listed in the household as Frank's son on the 1940 US Census taken 22 April 1940 at Lexington, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.

Children of Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss and Marie Luanne Stenglein

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss

#1800, b. 24 September 1856, d. 14 February 1923
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
Father*John Joseph Gabriel Weiss
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth24 September 1856Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss was born on 24 September 1856 at Brüel, Mecklenburg, Germany.1,2
He was the son of John Joseph Gabriel Weiss.
Christening12 October 1856Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss was christened on 12 October 1856 at Brüel, Mecklenburg, Germany.1
Immigration1864He immigrated to America in 1864.2
Marriage27 May 1883He married Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager on 27 May 1883 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.3,4
Death14 February 1923Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss died on 14 February 1923 at Scott County, Minnesota, United States, at age 66.5

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1900farmerBelle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States2

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, PrincipalHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHartwig was listed on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2
Census1910, PrincipalHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHartwig was listed on the 1910 US census taken 22 April 1910 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.6
Census1920, PrincipalHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHartwig was listed on the 1920 US census taken 17 January 1920 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.7

Children of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1500-1971.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  3. [S79] Miles, ed. Bowler, A Century of Memories, page 458-460.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, Minnesota, Marriages Index, 1849-1950.
  5. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.
  7. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

Ida S. Weiss

#14074, b. 15 May 1884, d. 8 June 1955
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth15 May 1884Ida S. Weiss was born on 15 May 1884 at Scott County, Minnesota, United States.1
She was the daughter of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.
Marriage8 June 1904Ida S. Weiss married Charles Bowler, son of Edmund Bowler and Elizabeth (Eliza) Bannon, on 8 June 1904 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.
Death8 June 1955Ida S. Weiss died on 8 June 1955 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States, at age 71.
Burial11 June 1955She was buried on 11 June 1955 at Oakwood Cemetery in Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1

Family: Ida S. Weiss and Charles Bowler

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.

John Joseph Gabriel Weiss

#14078
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
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Child of John Joseph Gabriel Weiss

Julie Ann Weiss

#6422, b. 23 May 1965
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
Relationship
3rd cousin of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss b. 15 Jul 1937
Mother*Marie Luanne Stenglein
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth23 May 1965Julie Ann Weiss was born on 23 May 1965 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss and Marie Luanne Stenglein.
Marriage1 October 1994Julie Ann Weiss married John Albert Opheim on 1 October 1994 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.2

Children of Julie Ann Weiss and John Albert Opheim

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S221] Minnesota Marriage Index (1958-2001), online www.ancestry.com.

Martha O. Weiss

#14076, b. May 1888
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthMay 1888Martha O. Weiss was born in May 1888 at Scott County, Minnesota, United States.1
She was the daughter of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, daughterHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissShe was listed in the household as Hartwig's daughter on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.

Mary Corinne Weiss

#13525, b. 12 May 1934
Last Edited=19 Aug 2016
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss b. 16 Aug 1893, d. 11 Jun 1952
Mother*Cora Frances Simonett b. 3 Mar 1900, d. 14 Feb 1988
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth12 May 1934Mary Corinne Weiss was born on 12 May 1934 at Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Frank Henry (Sap) Weiss and Cora Frances Simonett.
MarriageMary Corinne Weiss married Rodney Larson.
Marriagecirca 1970Mary Corinne Weiss married Walter Jody Edmonson circa 1970.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1940, daughterFrank Henry (Sap) WeissShe was listed in the household as Frank's daughter on the 1940 US Census taken 22 April 1940 at Lexington, Le Sueur, Minnesota, United States.

Children of Mary Corinne Weiss and Rodney Larson

Family: Mary Corinne Weiss and Walter Jody Edmonson

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, Minnesota, Birth Index, 1900-1934.

Spencer Matthew Weiss

#6426, b. 23 March 1999
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
Relationship
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Timothy Francis Weiss b. 27 Jan 1964
Mother*Christine Elizabeth Kruger b. c 1966
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth23 March 1999Spencer Matthew Weiss was born on 23 March 1999 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
He is the son of Timothy Francis Weiss and Christine Elizabeth Kruger.

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.

Timothy Francis Weiss

#6423, b. 27 January 1964
Last Edited=12 Nov 2009
Relationship
3rd cousin of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss b. 15 Jul 1937
Mother*Marie Luanne Stenglein
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth27 January 1964Timothy Francis Weiss was born on 27 January 1964 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.1
He is the son of Hartwig (Harvey) Frank Henry Weiss and Marie Luanne Stenglein.
Marriage11 August 1990Timothy Francis Weiss married Christine Elizabeth Kruger on 11 August 1990 at Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.2

Children of Timothy Francis Weiss and Christine Elizabeth Kruger

Citations

  1. [S219] Minnesota Birth Index (1935-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S221] Minnesota Marriage Index (1958-2001), online www.ancestry.com.

William Weiss

#5656, b. circa 1899
Last Edited=24 Mar 2008
Father*Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss b. 24 Sep 1856, d. 14 Feb 1923
Mother*Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager d. 13 Oct 1919
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1899William Weiss was born circa 1899 at Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of Hartwig Ernst Carl Christian Weiss and Wilhelmine (Minnie) Drager.

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1900, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHe was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1900 US Census taken 1 June 1900 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.1
Census1910, sonHartwig Ernst Carl Christian WeissHe was listed in the household as Hartwig's son on the 1910 US Census taken 22 April 1910 at Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.

Arlene E. Weissinger

#12427, b. 12 November 1925, d. 11 April 2011
Last Edited=21 Mar 2015
Arlene E. Weissinger (1925-2011)
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth12 November 1925Arlene E. Weissinger was born on 12 November 1925 at Lima, Pepin, Wisconsin, United States.1
Marriage12 May 1947She married Edward Francis Klein, son of Nicholas (Nick) Klein I and Rosa (Rose) Hoffman, on 12 May 1947 at Wisconsin, United States.
Death11 April 2011Arlene E. Weissinger died on 11 April 2011 at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, United States, at age 85.
Obituary12 April 2011Obituary of Arlene E. Weissinger

Arlene E. Klein, age 86 of Plum City, died Monday, April 11, 2011 at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire, with loved ones by her side.

Arlene was born on November 12, 1925 in the Town of Lima rural Pepin County. She was the daughter of Frank and Stella (Boehm) Weissinger. Arlene grew up in the Lima area and attended Holy Rosary School in Lima. After school, Arlene went to work at a munitions’ factory in Racine until the end of WWII. Arlene married Edward F. Klein on May 12, 1947. After marriage they lived in Plum City and owned a Marge’s Cafe there with Ed’s sister, Marge Klein. Arlene and Ed moved to a farm in rural Plum City in 1955 where they resided the rest of her life.

Arlene was an active member in St. John’s Catholic Church; she was president of the Plum City Senior Council, the Plum City American Legion Post #365 Ladies Auxiliary and was active with meals on wheels. She loved gardening, reading, taking care of the animals on the farm, most of all, Arlene loved to spend time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Arlene is survived by her children, Sandra (Fred) Finstad of Shelbyville, TN, Mary Lou (Doug) Matzek of Maiden Rock, Linda (Dan) DeLong of Durand, John (Nancy) of Milton, FL, Alan (Sandy) of Plum City, Harry (Janice) of Maiden Rock, Susan Sanders of Plum City, Shirley (Gary) Sueppel of Elmwood, Andrew (Sandy) of Cottage Grove, MN and Michael currently serving in Afghanistan, 22 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, one brother, Bernie (Mary) Weissinger of Durand, one sister Marie Hayden of Elk Mound, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Edward (1997), one granddaughter, Karen Klein, one brother, Frank Weissinger and one sister, Lorraine Wolf.
Burial19 April 2011She was buried on 19 April 2011 at Saint John's Catholic Cemetery in Plum City, Pierce, Wisconsin, United States.

Family: Arlene E. Weissinger and Edward Francis Klein

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Ellen Welch

#1859, b. December 1866, d. 19 August 1939
Last Edited=22 Feb 2015
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthDecember 1866Ellen Welch was born in December 1866 at Michigan, United States.1
Marriage1888She married Joseph F. Doyle in 1888 at Minnesota, United States.2
BurialAugust 1939Ellen Welch was buried in August 1939 at Saint Thomas Cemetery in Jessenland, Sibley, Minnesota, United States.1
Death19 August 1939She died on 19 August 1939 at Sibley County, Minnesota, United States, at age 72.1

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1920, wifeJoseph F. DoyleEllen was listed in the household as Joseph's wife on the 1920 US Census taken 17 January 1920 at Henderson, Sibley, Minnesota, United States.3

Child of Ellen Welch and Joseph F. Doyle

Citations

  1. [S281] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 90869280.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1900 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

Henry Welch

#12867, b. 1826, d. 1890
Last Edited=24 Jun 2015
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth1826Henry Welch was born in 1826 at Bexley Heath, Kent, England.
Marriage1855He married Jane Hughan, daughter of Ebenezer Drew Hughan and Jean (Jane) Leslie, in 1855 at London, Saint George Southwark District, Surrey, England.1
Burial1890Henry Welch was buried in 1890 at Nunhead Cemetery in Southwark Borough, Greater London, England.
Death1890He died in 1890 at London, Saint Saviour Southwark District, Surrey, England.2

Family: Henry Welch and Jane Hughan

Citations

  1. [S216] FreeBMD, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Saint George Southwark District, Vol 1d, Page 201.
  2. [S216] FreeBMD, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk, Saint Saviour Southwark District, Vol 1d, Page 66.

Ailsa Lorraine (Sally) Wells1

#8759, b. 17 July 1933
Last Edited=12 Dec 2016
Relationship
4th cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Bellamy (Bill or Winkie) Wells b. 23 May 1903, d. 5 Jun 1999
Mother*Audrey Laura Gladys Bradshaw b. 18 Jan 1906, d. Apr 1973
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth17 July 1933Ailsa Lorraine (Sally) Wells was born on 17 July 1933 at Temuka, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.
She is the daughter of William Bellamy (Bill or Winkie) Wells and Audrey Laura Gladys Bradshaw.
Marriage23 May 1953Ailsa Lorraine (Sally) Wells married Allan Edward Pierce on 23 May 1953 at Saint Albans Anglican Church, Pleasant Point, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.

Children of Ailsa Lorraine (Sally) Wells and Allan Edward Pierce

Citations

  1. [S273] Nigel Blackler, "Nigel Blackler Research-Gedcom file."

Annie Elizabeth Wells

#8575, b. circa 1859, d. 20 February 1951
Last Edited=14 May 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Robert Alfred Wells b. 23 Jul 1811, d. c 1866
Mother*Christina Hughan b. 14 Jan 1828, d. 11 Sep 1870
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1859Annie Elizabeth Wells was born circa 1859 at Nelson, Tasman, South Island, New Zealand.
She was the daughter of Robert Alfred Wells and Christina Hughan.
Marriage8 February 1882Annie Elizabeth Wells married John Robert Bradshaw on 8 February 1882 at the home of Robert Heath, Crookston, Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand.1
Death20 February 1951Annie Elizabeth Wells died on 20 February 1951 at Timaru, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.
Burial22 February 1951She was buried on 22 February 1951 Temuka, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1882general servantCrookston, Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand1

Children of Annie Elizabeth Wells and John Robert Bradshaw

Citations

  1. [S235] New Zealand BMD - Internet Database, www.bmdhistorical records.dia.govt.nz.

Annie Elspeth (Elsie) Wells1

#8741, b. 14 October 1900, d. 10 August 1996
Last Edited=12 Dec 2016
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Robert Alfred Wells b. 30 Dec 1863, d. 25 Oct 1950
Mother*Eliza Crawford Bellamy b. 16 Apr 1866, d. 6 Apr 1934
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth14 October 1900Annie Elspeth (Elsie) Wells was born on 14 October 1900 at Pleasant Point, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.
She was the daughter of Robert Alfred Wells and Eliza Crawford Bellamy.
Marriage27 December 1926Annie Elspeth (Elsie) Wells married Frederick (Fred) Wallis, son of William Walter Wallis and Mary Christina Wells, on 27 December 1926 at Sumner, Christchurch, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.2
NZ_Elec1954Annie Elspeth (Elsie) Wells appeared on the New Zealand Electoral Rolls of 1954 at 27 Goldfinch Street, Taihape, Manawatu-Wanganui, North Island, New Zealand.3
Death10 August 1996She died on 10 August 1996 at Woodfall Rest Home, Fielding, Manawatu, North Island, New Zealand, at age 95.
Burial12 August 1996She was buried on 12 August 1996 at Kelvin Grove Cemetery in Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui, North Island, New Zealand.

Children of Annie Elspeth (Elsie) Wells and Frederick (Fred) Wallis

Citations

  1. [S273] Nigel Blackler, "Nigel Blackler Research-Gedcom file."
  2. [S235] New Zealand BMD - Internet Database, www.bmdhistorical records.dia.govt.nz.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, New Zealand, Electoral Rolls, 1853-1981, Taihape, Manawatu-Wanganui, 1954.

Christina May Wells1

#8739, b. 23 February 1896, d. 25 May 1996
Last Edited=31 Jul 2010
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Robert Alfred Wells b. 30 Dec 1863, d. 25 Oct 1950
Mother*Eliza Crawford Bellamy b. 16 Apr 1866, d. 6 Apr 1934
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth23 February 1896Christina May Wells was born on 23 February 1896 at Mona Vale at Christchurch, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.
She was the daughter of Robert Alfred Wells and Eliza Crawford Bellamy.
Marriage1917Christina May Wells married William (Bill) Andrew in 1917.2
Death25 May 1996Christina May Wells died on 25 May 1996 at Timaru, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand, at age 100.
BurialMay 1996She was buried in May 1996 Pleasant Point, South Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand.

Children of Christina May Wells and William (Bill) Andrew

Citations

  1. [S273] Nigel Blackler, "Nigel Blackler Research-Gedcom file."
  2. [S235] New Zealand BMD - Internet Database, www.bmdhistorical records.dia.govt.nz.

Diana Wells

#8882, b. October 1860, d. 1860
Last Edited=15 May 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Robert Alfred Wells b. 23 Jul 1811, d. c 1866
Mother*Christina Hughan b. 14 Jan 1828, d. 11 Sep 1870
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthOctober 1860Diana Wells was born in October 1860 at Nelson, Tasman, South Island, New Zealand.
She was the daughter of Robert Alfred Wells and Christina Hughan.
Death1860Diana Wells died in 1860 at Dunedin, Otago, South Island, New Zealand.

Diana Wells1

#8887, b. circa 1821
Last Edited=14 Nov 2014
Father*George Wells b. 8 Apr 1784, d. 1850
Mother*Christiana Smith b. c 1781, d. 1868
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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1821Diana Wells was born circa 1821 at Oulton, Norfolk, England.2
She was the daughter of George Wells and Christiana Smith.
DeathDiana Wells died.

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1841draperOulton, Norfolk, England2

Census and Residence

Census Year and Role of the IndividualName of the Head of HouseholdCensus
Census1841UK, member of householdGeorge WellsShe was listed as a member of George's household in the 1841 UK census taken 7 June 1841 at Oulton, Norfolk, England.3

Citations

  1. [S273] Nigel Blackler, "Nigel Blackler Research-Gedcom file."
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1841 UK Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1841 England Census.