Descendants of Friedrich Schleppe/Schlepp

Descendants of Friedrich Schleppe/Schlepp

1. Friedrich Schleppe #6134 b. 1630, St. Stephan, Lenk, Bern, Switzerland, (son of Stephan Schlappi #6135).

Children:

2. i Johann Friedrich Schleppe #6133 b. 1662.

Second Generation

2. Johann Friedrich Schleppe #6133 (1.Friedrich1) b. 1662, St. Stephan, Lenk, Bern, Switzerland, m. Benedictina #6136, b. 1664. To Zweibruechen, Germany about 1692. Benedictina: Son of Stephen.

Children:

3. i Samuel Schleppe #6131 b. 26 Dec 1701.

Third Generation

3. Samuel Schleppe #6131 (2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 26 Dec 1701, Bodingerhof, Bavaria, m. Ursula Ann #6132.

Children:

4. i Johannes Schleppe #6130 b. 27 May 1730.

Fourth Generation

4. Johannes Schleppe #6130 (3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 27 May 1730, Oberottersbach, Bergzabern, Pfalz,, Bavaria.

Children:

5. i Johannes Schlepp #6127 b. 1753.

Fifth Generation

5. Johannes Schlepp #6127 (4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1753, Bodingerhof, Bavaria, occupation Whipmaker, m. 24 Jul 1775, Anna Susanna Dehler #6128, b. 28 Feb 1752, Hafnerhalslach, Wuttenberg, (daughter of Jakob Friedrich Dehler #6129 and Maria Catherina Hirsch #16181). Johannes died 27 Sep 1801, Kernback, Baden, Germany.

Children:

6. i Johann Karl Schlepp #3816 b. 5 Feb 1781.

Sixth Generation

6. Johann Karl Schlepp #3816 (5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 5 Feb 1781, Hof Zonnershausen, Wuttenberg, Germany, m. (1) ABT 1808, in Alt Elft, Ukraine, South Russia, Maria Christina Weber #3817, b. 4 Aug 1786, Bingert, Alt Elft, Ukraine, South Russia, d. 22 Nov 1847, Neudorf, Russia, m. (2) Katharina Weber #6137, d. Bef 1856. Johann died 9 Oct 1856, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, buried: age 75y 8m 4d. Emigrated in 1808 from Hafnerhaslach, District of Vaihingen, State of Wurttemberg, Germany to Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia. Birth and marriage record LDS card 0045 page 4036 USSR & Baltic States Death date from GCRA Death Records Maria: LDS USSR & BALTIC STATES card 0045 page 4037

Children by Maria Christina Weber:

i Karl Ludwig Schlepp #14054 b. 5 Dec 1815, Neudorf, Russia.

7. ii Jakob Schlepp #638 b. 1820.

8. iii Ludwig Schlepp #4245 b. 1823.

9. iv Christine Louise Schlepp #286 b. 11 Mar 1826.

10. v Johann Schlepp #4247 b. 1829.

Seventh Generation

7. Jakob Schlepp #638 (6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1820, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 4 Feb 1841, in Glucksthal, Odessa Co., Russia, Catharina Schauer #277, b. 1821, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (daughter of Johann Friedrich Schauer #268 and Anna Christina Ladner #275). Married 2nd. Magdalena Aldinger. Settled in the Dakotas & eastern MT. Catharina: A stillborn son was born 3 Jul 1860.

Children:

i Katarina Schlepp #639 b. 7 Dec 1841, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, d. 19 Nov 1910, Turtle Lake, ND, buried: 21 Nov 1910, Peace Lutheran, Turtle Lake, ND.

ii Johann Schlepp #640 b. 9 Nov 1844, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 12 Nov 1844, Neudorf, Pastor Pensel, d. 12 Sep 1868, Neudorf, Russia. Godparents: Jacob Schauer, Johann Schlepp & Rosina Weiss.

iii Magdalena Schlepp #641 b. 10 Feb 1847, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, d. 29 Aug 1871, Neudorf, Russia. Witness: Jacob Walter, Magdalena Mehlhof, Rosina Schauer.

11. iv Louisa Schlepp #642 b. 1849.

12. v Jakob Schlepp #643 b. 10 Jun 1851.

vi Ludwig Schlepp #9114 b. 15 Sep 1853, Neudorf, Russia, d. 26 Nov 1856, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 3y 2m 11d.

13. vii Karl Schlepp #644 b. 3 Oct 1855.

viii Christina Schlepp #9115 b. 27 Nov 1857, Neudorf, Russia, d. 11 Mar 1859, Neudorf, Russia.

14. ix Christina Schlepp #645 b. 23 Oct 1861.

8. Ludwig Schlepp #4245 (6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1823, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, m. 26 Jan 1843, in Glueckstal, Russia, Christina Deschler #4360, b. ABT 1825, Klein, Neudorf, Russia, (daughter of Johannes Deschler #14891 and Anna Maria #14892). Info from Howard Schlepp.

Children:

15. i Jacob Schlepp #11928 b. 1 Dec 1843.

16. ii Christina Schlepp #1259 b. 8 Nov 1845.

iii Ludwig Schlepp #11929 b. 13 Apr 1848, Neudorf, OdessaCo., Russia, d. 22 Apr 1848, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 6d.

iv Catharina Schlepp #11930 b. 21 Oct 1850, Glueckstal, Russia, d. 3 Aug 1854, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 3y 9m 12d.

v Johann Schlepp #9199 b. 4 Dec 1852, Neudorf, Russia, d. 9 Dec 1852.

17. vi Johann Joseph Schlepp #14888 b. 1854.

18. vii Anna Maria Schlepp #11931 b. 27 Apr 1855.

viii Margaretha Schlepp #11932 b. 11 May 1857, Neudorf, Russia, m. 4 May 1876, in Glueckstal, Russia, Friedrich Schlepp #14905. Margaretha died 23 Mar 1916, Wason Flats, Garfield, Montana.

9. Christine Louise Schlepp #286 (6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 11 Mar 1826, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 28 Nov 1844, in Glueckstal, Neudorf, Odessa Co., Russia, Family Book #142, Johann Georg Schauer #284, b. 1824, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (son of Philipp Friedrich Schauer #270 and Maria Magdalena Guthmiller #283) d. Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, Fam Book 142. Christine died 5 Mar 1884, Neudorf, Russia, buried: 57y 11m 25d.

Children:

i Christina Schauer #9033 b. 8 Nov 1845, Neudorf, Russia, 11 Nov 1845, Neudorf, Pastor Pensel, d. 9 Dec 1845, Gluckstal, Neudorf, Russia, buried: 1mo. old.

19. ii Jakob (Jack) Schauer #287 b. 5 Aug 1847.

20. iii John Christian (Johann) Schauer #1 b. 18 Oct 1850.

21. iv Magdalene Schauer #288 b. 10 Dec 1852.

v Theobald Schauer #289 b. 20 Jul 1855, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia. Married but remained in Russia.

22. vi Margaretha Schauer #290 b. 29 Jan 1858.

23. vii Ludwig Schauer #1801 b. 10 Aug 1861.

24. viii Peter Schauer #1758 b. 12 May 1864.

25. ix Andreas W. Schauer #291 b. 23 May 1867.

x Carl Schauer #9034 b. 16 Dec 1868, Neudorf, Russia, 21 Dec 1868, Neudorf, d. 24 Dec 1868, 8 days old.

10. Johann Schlepp #4247 (6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1829, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, m. 18 Nov 1847, in Glueckstal, Russia, Barbara Laemmle #5508, b. 22 Apr 1827, Bergdorf, Russia, d. 23 Dec1882, Bergdorf, Russia. Birth record LDS Card 0045 page 4036 USSR & Baltic States

Children:

i Margaretha Schlepp #11921 b. 22 Mar 1850, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, d. 2 Apr 1850, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 12d.

ii Christina Schlepp #11922 b. 15 Oct 1852, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, d. 27 Jan 1853, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 3m 12d.

26. iii Karl Schlepp #11923 b. 26 Aug 1854.

iv Carolina Schlepp #11924 b. 19 Apr 1857, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, d. 16 Jul 1857, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 2m 27d.

v Eva Schlepp #11925 b. 19 Jul 1858, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, d. 17 Jan 1862, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 3y 5m 28d.

27. vi Jakob Schlepp #11926 b. 25 Apr 1861.

vii Elizabetha Schlepp #11927 b. 25 Jun 1863, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia.

viii Margaretha Schlepp #15949 b. 12 Jul 1866, Neudorf, Russia. Married Christ Helm.

ix Johann Schlepp #12409 b. 7 Feb 1871, Neudorf, Russia. Married Amelia Wolff.

Eighth Generation

11. Louisa Schlepp #642 (7.Jakob7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1849, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. Johann Schlichter #1994, b. 17 Apr 1845, Neudorf, Russia, (son of Friedrich Schlichter #15960 and Dorothea Elizabeth Kammerer #15961) d. 12 Sep 1883, Neudorf, Russia.

Children:

i Jacob Schlichter #12410 b. 4 Aug 1868, Neudorf, Russia.

ii Louisa Schlichter #6258 b. 23 Dec 1869, Neudorf, Russia, 26 Dec 1869, d. 23 Jan 1870, Neudorf, Russia.

iii Katherina Schlichter #1759 b. 23 Dec 1870, Russia, m. 2 Oct 1889, in Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, Peter Schauer #1758, b. 12 May 1864, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (son of Johann Georg Schauer #284 and Christine Louise Schlepp #286) occupation Farmer, d. 3 Nov 1927, Turtle Lake, McLean Co., ND, USA, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery. Katherina died 17 Aug 1953, Turtle Lake, McLean Co., ND, USA, buried: 21 Aug 1953, Turtle Lake Cemetery. Certificate of death on file. Peter:

Peter Schauer was born in Neudorf, South Russia, on May 12, 1864. Here he grew to young manhood. On October 2, 1889, he was married to Katherina Schlechter.

In 1893 they emigrated to the United States and settled in Eureka, South Dakota. In September of 1900, they migrated from Eureka in a covered wagon to the Turtle Lake area and homesteaded on SE 1/4 of section 28, Township 147 North Range 81. The trip was made in 11 days through very wet weather. So wet, in fact, that some of their linens became damp and moldy.

Their first home was built of cottonwood from the woods. There was no floor and the walls were plastered with a clay and straw combination. Their barn was built in the same manner.

Early church services were held in the Peter Schauer home with Rev. August Affeldt conducting the services. Later services were held in schools until the churches were built. The Schauers were charter members of Peace Lutheran Church.

Early threshing days meant much hard work for all. Grain was hauled either to Velva or Wilton, each of which was a 2 day journey. Mrs. Schauer worked side by side with her husband. She also accompanied him with her own wagon and team when grain was hauled.

All of the Schauer family suffered the great flu epidemic. They lost a son Gustof during this time.

Many pioneers in this area will remember the fine hospitality of the Schauer home. Pete and Katherina were always ready to lend a helping hand, and did so on many occasions. County commissioners, officials of McLean and Sheridan County and lowly travelers were welcomed alike. Mr. Schauer assisted many people in finding homesteads and giving them food and shelter until he could go out with them. A handkerchief tied to the buggy spoke was used to determine the bounds of the homestead. A survey stone was the beginning point from which these measurements were taken.

Water for the cattle had to be hauled so Mr. Schauer attempted to dig a well, but instead struck a vein of coal. The well produced no water, but considerable coal. Mr. Schauer pulled up the pails of coal with a rope. One time the rope got wet and slippery and it was impossible for him to pull himself out of his mine. Fortunately Charlie Berquist happened along and helped Mr. Schauer out.

Mr. Schauer needed shoes so badly he had his feet wrapped in burlap bags to keep them warm. Mr. Miller, the postmaster at old Turtle Lake, went with him to Washburn so he could become acquainted with the storekeeper and sell butter to buy much needed shoes. Since Mr. Schauer was familiar only with his native language it was difficult to convey his thoughts to others. One day he needed straw. He went to a neighbor with his hay rack and a forkful of straw and in his way was able to express his needs. He got the straw.

Twelve children were born to the Schauers'. They include: Ludwig, deceased; Christine, deceased; Jacob, deceased; Magdaline, deceased; John P., Turtle Lake; Lydia (Mrs. Christ Berg), Riverdale; Gustof, deceased; Emma, Turtle Lake; Edward, deceased; Emil, deceased; and Arthur, Turtle Lake.

Mr. Schauer passed away November 3, 1927. Mrs. Schauer passed away August 17, 1953. Taken from the Turtle Lake 50th Anniversary book 1905 to 1955.

Certificate of Death on file.

Godparents: Jacob Walz, Peter Wagenman & Katharina Schlepp. Arrived in New York December 1893. Signed a Declaration of Intent, McPherson Co., SD.

iv Maria Magdalena Schlichter #6259 b. 15 Sep 1874, Neudorf, Russia, d. 29 Sep 1874, Krontal, Russia.

v Magdalena Schlichter #12411 b. 19 Sep 1875, Neudorf, d. 18 Dec 1877, Neudorf, Russia.

vi Salomea Schlichter #12412 b. 4 Nov 1878, Neudorf, Russia.

vii Louisa (Luise) Schlichter #1995 b. 27 Aug 1881, Glueckstal, Russia, m. Jakob Lammle #1996, b. 1875, d. ?. Louisa died ?.

viii Christina Schlichter #12413 b. 22 Aug 1883, Neudorf, Russia, d. 13 Oct 1883, Neudorf, Russia.

12. Jakob Schlepp #643 (7.Jakob7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 10 Jun 1851, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 1888, Elizabeth Katharina Wetzler #1997, b. 1 Apr 1853, Neudorf, Russia, d. 1922. Jakob died 1920, Russia.

Children:

i Jakob Schlepp #4379 b. 1889, m. Eva Hausauer #4383, b. 1888, d. 1978. Jakob died 1946.

ii Katherina Schlepp #4380 b. 1892, m. Johann Henke #4384, b. 1888, d. 1935. Katherina died 1977.

iii Christina Schlepp #4381 b. ABT 1894, m. Peter Wahler #4385.

iv Lydia Schlepp #4382 b. 1896, m. Simon Wahler #4386, b. 1889, d. 1937. Lydia died 1980.

13. Karl Schlepp #644 (7.Jakob7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 3 Oct 1855, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 29 Nov 1879, in Neudorf, Glueckstal, Russia, Katharina Eberhardt #1998, b. ABT 1860, (daughter of Hans George Eberhardt #5509 and Katherina _____ #5510). Karl died 20 Jan 1937, Arthur, ND, USA.

Children:

i Karl Schlepp #4387 b. 10 Oct 1880, Neudorf, Gluckstal, South Russia, m. (1) Maria Magdalena Job #4392, b. 1881, d. 1916, m. (2) 1919, Karolina Goehring #5225, b. 28 Jan 1887, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (daughter of Micheal Goehring #4118 and Elizabeth (Maier) Meyer #4480) d. 2 Feb 1990. Karl died 1940. Birth record LDS card 0045 page 4036 USSR & Baltic States

ii Katharina Schlepp #4388 b. 14 Mar 1882, Neudorf, Odessa Co., Russia, m. Christian Morlock #4393, b. 29 Mar 1879, Neudorf, Russia, (son of Johann Morlock #4659 and Christine Veil #4660).

iii Jakob Schlepp #4389 b. 1 Apr 1884, Neudorf, Gluckstal, South Russia, m. Christina Schlepp #4394, b. 1890, d. 1918. Jakob died 1950. Birth record LDS card 0045 page 4036 USSR & Baltic States

iv Ludwig Schlepp #4390 b. 1890, m. Carolina Walz #4391, b. 1894, d. 1947. Ludwig died 1942.

14. Christina Schlepp #645 (7.Jakob7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 23 Oct 1861, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 1880, in Neudorf, Bergdorf, South Russia, Jakob Thurn #687, b. 10 Aug 1864, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (son of Georg Friedrich Thurn #3891 and Katherina Raile #3892) d. 7 Jul 1953, Linden, AB, Canada, buried: Oueen's Park Cem. Christina died 2 Jul 1944, Calgary, AB, Canada, buried: Queen's Park Cem, Calgary, AB. Jakob: Emigrated to US in 1893 Ship: S.S. Vancouver, settled in Long Lake, SD.

Children:

i Ludwig Thurn #688 b. 18 Oct 1891, m. 26 Jun 1917, Emelia Schafer #1999, b. 1890, d. 1966.

ii Salomea Thurn #689 b. 31 May 1898, Longlake, SD, m. 26 Jun 1917, in Sunnyslope, AB, Canada, Edward Schafer #692, b. 15 Mar 1893, Pierre, Hughs Co., SD, USA, (son of Jakob Schafer #3893 and Elizabeth Maedche #3894) occupation Farmer/Hunter, d. 26 Nov 1962, Sundre, AB, Canada, buried: Three Hills, AB.

iii Adolph Thurn #690 b. 22 May 1899, m. 20 May 1928, Lydia Sprecker #2000, b. 1910, d. 1987.

iv Herda Thurn #691 b. 9 Sep 1900, Eureka, SD, m. William Deines #2001, b. 1901, d. 1980. Herda died 30 Jul 1978, Calgary, AB.

15. Jacob Schlepp #11928 (8.Ludwig7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1 Dec 1843, Neudorf, Odessa Co., Russia, m. 3 Dec 1863, in Glueckstal, Russia, Magdalena Christina Dockter #14055, b. 1844, d. 1930, St. Francis, Cheyenne County, KS. Jacob died 10 Aug 1904, St. Francis, KS age 60y 8m 10d. Settled in N.W. Montana. Imm 1899, 4 children died before the father. Magdalena: A stillborn son 25 Oct 1884, Chutor Michaelsthal.

Children:

i Magdalena Schlepp #14056 b. 6 Sep 1864, Neudorf, Russia.

ii Christina Schlepp #14057 b. 29 Jan 1867, Neudorf, Russia, d. 3 Oct 1867, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 8m 4d.

iii Salomea Schlepp #14058 b. 19 Jul 1868, Neudorf, Russia.

iv Katharina Schlepp #14059 b. 14 Jun 1870, Neudorf, Russia, d. 19 Nov 1871, Nistrowa, Russia.

v Ludwig Schlepp #14066 b. 8 Sep 1871, Neudorf, Russia, d. died young.

vi Barbara Schlepp #14060 b. 11 Oct 1874, Neudorf, Russia, d. 1 Dec 1878, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 4y 1m 24d.

vii Jakob Schlepp #14061 b. 29 Nov 1876, Neudorf, Russia.

viii Karolina Schlepp #14062 b. 28 Jan 1879, Neudorf, Russia, d. 22 Jul 1881, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 2y 5m 24d.

ix Magdalena Schlepp #14063 b. 23 Apr 1881, Neudorf, Russia.

x Katharina Schlepp #14064 b. 25 Apr 1883, Neudorf, Russia.

xi Emanuel Schlepp #14065 b. 4 Apr 1885, Neudorf, Russia, d. 1958. Homesteaded near Great Falls, MT.

xii Fred Schlepp #14067 b. 14 Apr 1887.

xiii Gottlieb Schlepp #14068 b. 12 Jun 18?.

16. Christina Schlepp #1259 (8.Ludwig7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 8 Nov 1845, Neudorf, Russia, 11 Nov 1845, Pastor Pensel, m. 14 May 1863, in Glueckstal, Russia, Jakob Lippert #655, b. 30 Oct 1844, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 1 Nov 1844, Neudorf, Pastor Pensel, (son of Andreas Lippert #649 and Anna Dorothea Margareta Schauer #273) occupation Cabinet Maker, d. 1918. Christina died 1892, Neudorf, Cherson, Ukraine. Godparens: Johann Schlepp, Barbara Deschler & Rosina Stroth. A son was born and died in 1892 in Russia.

Children:

i Jacob Lippert #9247 b. 20 Feb 1864, Neudorf, Russia, d. 9 May 1867, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 3y 2m 19d.

ii Margaretha Lippert #9248 b. 3 Sep 1867, Neudorf, Russia, m. Christian Morlock #14917.

iii Christina Lippert #6241 b. 27 Jul 1869, Neudorf, Russia, d. 19 Oct 1869, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 2m 16d.

iv Christina Lippert #12407 b. 10 Feb 1871, Neudorf, Russia. Married Michael Raile?

v Jakob Lippert #14918 b. 14 Jan 1873, Neudorf, Russia, m. Julianna Bentz #14919. Jakob died 1921, Grigoriopol, Tiraspol, Cherson, Ukraine.

vi Eva Marie Lippert #6242 b. 24 Aug 1874, Neudorf, Russia, m. 21 Nov 1895, in Neudorf, Russia, Johann "John" L. Kammerer #14920, b. 7 Nov 1870, Neudorf, Russia, occupation Farmer. Eva died 28 Mar 1945, Lodi, San Joaquin, CA. Johann: Son of Eberhardt Kammerer and Margaret Lang.

vii Katharina Lippert #6243 b. 14 Dec 1876, Neudorf, Russia, m. 8 Jun 1899, in Harvey, Wells Co., ND, Friedrich Kammerer #15393, b. 10 May 1878, Neudorf, Russia, d. 30 Oct 1955, Sacramento, CA. Katharina died 25 Sep 1922, Sacramento, CA.

viii Simeon Lippert #6244 b. 5 Jan 1879, Neudorf, Russia, m. Christina Kammerer #15424. Christina: Daughter of Peter Kammerer.

ix August Lippert #15389 b. 1880, Russia, d. May 1965, Lodi, CA.

x Gottlieb Lippert #12408 b. 2 Dec 1882, Neudorf, Russia, m. Feb 1909, Christina Dockter #14921, b. 18 Dec 1884, d. Nov 1966, St. Francis, KS. Gottlieb died 26 May 1956, St. Francis, Cheyenne, Kansas. Arrived in the USA in 1920.

xi Martin Lippert #9249 b. 11 Nov 1884, Neudorf, Russia.

xii Rosina Ella Lippert #15390 b. 24 Jan 1887, Neudorf, Russia, m. 10 May 1909, Friederich John Frey #15392, b. 15 Aug 1880, Franklin, CA, d. 27 Jun 1961, San Mateo, CA, buried: 30 Jun 1961, Franklin Cemetery. Friederich: Son of Henry Abel Frey and Elizabeth Herzog.

xiii David Lippert #15391 b. 23 Dec 1888, Neudorf, Russia, d. 21 Apr 1966, Sacramento, CA.

17. Johann Joseph Schlepp #14888 (8.Ludwig7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 1854, Neudorf, Russia, m. 1874, Magdalena Eberhardt #14889, b. 9 Aug 1851, Neudorf, Russia, (daughter of Johann Georg Eberhardt #15934 and Katharina Margaretha Rudolf #15935) d. 1913, Neudorf, Russia. Johann died Oct 1892, Neudorf, Russia. Magdalena: Second husband was Jakob Lippert - 1893.

Children:

i Margaretha Schlepp #14944 b. 20 Jul 1873, Neudorf, Russia, d. 12 Jan 1874, Neudorf, Russia, buried: age 5m 23d.

ii Johann Schlepp #14906 b. 23 Jan 1875, Neudorf, Russia, d. 1 Nov 1875, Neudorf, Russisa, buried: age 9m 8d.

iii Christina Schlepp #14907 b. 23 Jul 1876, Neudorf, Russia. Married Jakob Dockter - our 14162?

iv Johann Schlepp #14908 b. 30 Jul 1878, Neudorf, Russia, m. Eva Flemmer #15936. Johann died 1926.

v Anna Maria Schlepp #14909 b. 27 Dec 1879, Neudorf, Russia, m. Christian Krein #15937. Anna died ?.

vi Eva Schlepp #1277 b. 10 Jul 1881, Glueckstal, Neudorf, Russia, m. 5 Sep 1906, in Klein-Bergdorf, Russia, Johann Bernhardt Kraenzler #1267, b. 20 Jan 1880, Klein-Bergdorf, Russia, (son of Bernhardt Kraenzler #1260 and Magdalena Lippert #656) d. 2 Jul 1964, Anaheim, CA, USA. Eva died 1 Apr 1938, Anaheim, CA, buried: Anaheim, CA. Her parents are Johann Schlepp (#640?) and Magdalena Eberhardt.

vii Margaretha Schlepp #15938 b. 1882, Neudorf, Russia, m. Gottlieb Adam #15939.

viii Magdalena Schlepp #14910 b. 1 Mar 1883, Neudorf, Russia. Married Friedrich Helm.

ix Katharina Schlepp #14911 b. 27 Jan 1885, Neudorf, Russia.

x Friedrich Schlepp #15940 b. 15 May 1890, Neudorf, Russia, d. 7 Jan 1971. Married 1912 Rosina Graff.

18. Anna Maria Schlepp #11931 (8.Ludwig7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 27 Apr 1855, Neudorf, Russia, m. Nov 1872, Christian Roesler #14904.

Children:

i Christina Roesler #15941 b. 5 Mar 1876, Glueckstal, Russia.

ii Christian Roesler #15942 b. 3 Jun 1878, Glueckstal, Russia.

iii Ludwig Roseler #15943 b. 2 Feb 1881, Glueckstal, Russia.

iv August Roesler #15944 b. 21 Dec 1883, Glueckstal, Russia.

19. Jakob (Jack) Schauer #287 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 5 Aug 1847, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 10 Aug 1847, Neudorf, Pastor Pensel, m. 18 Feb 1869, in Glueckstal, Russia, Katharina Morlock #292, b. 1848, South Russia, d. 15 Feb 1905, Washburn, McLean Co, ND, USA. Jakob never came to America. Witnesses at Baptisim: Jacob Schlepp, Jacob Schauer, Magdalena Mehloff.

Children:

i Louisa Schauer #9101 b. 4 Mar 1870, Neudorf, Russia, 8 Mar 1870, Neudorf, d. 10 Mar 1870, Neudorf, Russia, buried: 6d.

ii August Schauer #11571 b. 30 Jan 1871, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, d. 4 Feb 1871, Neudorf, Russia, buried: 4 days old. Godparents: Jacob Morlock, Jacob Schlepp & Christina Raile.

iii Karolina Schauer #293 b. 2 Nov 1873, Neudorf, South Russia, m. John Flemmer #298, b. 29 Jul 1865, Neudorf, Gluckstal, Russia, (son of Christian Flemmer #2441 and Rosina Klein #2442) d. 1 Mar 1936, Underwood, McLean Co.,ND, USA, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery. Karolina died 19 May 1932, McLean Co., Longfellow, ND, USA, buried: 22 May 1932, Turtle Lake, ND.

John Flemmer was born July 29, 1865. His wife, Karolina Schauer Flemmer was born Nov. 2, 1873.

They came to America with their three children Rosina, Jakob, and Katharine, together with Mrs. Flemmer's mother, Katherina Schauer, and brothers, Phillip, Ludwig and Adolf, and Mr. Flemmer's brother Karl, in the fall of 1900.

On a cold, dreary Sunday in October they landed at Harvey and due to a misunderstanding, found no one at the station to meet them. They indeed felt lost, forsaken and lonley. With much excitement and sign language, they finally found a man with a livery who took them to the home of an uncle of Mrs. Flemmer's and a brother, Jacob, in whose summer kitchen they spent their first winter in America.

This was a sod building about 14X20, with no floor, and with a cook stove and oven made of stones and mud. They heated their oven by building a fire in it, and heating the stones sizzling hot. They raked the ashes out and then put their bread in the oven to bake.

In the early spring of 1901, he filed on a homestead 14 miles southeast of Turtle Lake on the SE 1/4 of sec. 8-145-N80. On this he built a small two room frame building, dug a well by hand, broke a few acres of sod and planted wheat and flax. He built a four-stall sod barn with Missouri River timber for the roof. They also built a small sod granary.

It was on this homestead that two more children were born, Christine and Eva.

Mr. Flemmer proved up on his homestead and became an Americian citizen, of which he was very proud.

Throughout the years, Mr. and Mrs. Flemmer endured their share of hardships. They had little of this world's goods. They had little or no meat, lard, butter or fruit that first winter.

In 1903 frost took their flax crop. They spent their meager savings on a team of horses, only to have one die in a few days. A few months later he bought a team from a man traveling through the country selling horses. After two days the sheriff came and got one of them, as it had been stolen.

In 1906 he traded their homestead for a hotel in Turtle Lake and then later traded the hotel for a half section of land seven miles northwest of Turtle Lake. The youngest of six children, Louise, was born there.

In 1918, their daughter, Rose (Mrs. John Thurn) passed away leaving three small children. Mrs. Flemmer, now in poor health, took her three grandchildren and cared for them.

Mrs. Flemmer passed away May 19, 1932 and Mr. Flemmer died March 1, 1936. 1) Death certificate on file.

John:

John and Karolina emigrated to the USA in the fall of 1900, with their three children Rosina, Jakob and Katharine; also Karolina's widowed mother, Katharina Schauer and brothers Phillip, Ludwig and Adolph along with John's brother, Karl. They landed at Harvey, ND on a cold dreary Sunday in October. Due to a miss-understanding, no one was at the station to meet them. With much excitement and sign language they found a man with a livery team to take them to Mrs. Flemmer's brother, Jacob Schauer. It was here in the summer kitchen that they spent their first winter in America. This was a sod building about 14 x 20 with no floor and a cook stove and oven made of stones and mud. They heated their oven by building a fire inside of it thereby heating the stones until they were sizzling hot. The ashes were then raked out and their bread put in the oven to bake.

In the early spring of 1901 they filed on a homestead 14 miles SE of Turtle Lake. On this he built a small two room frame house, dug a well by hand, broke a few acres of sod and planted wheat and flax. He built a four-stall sod barn with Missouri River timber for a roof. They also built a small sod granary. Two children were born here, Christine and Eva. Mr. Flemmer proved upon the homestead and became an American Citizen of which he was very proud. In 1906 he traded the homestead for a hotel in Turtle Lake and then later traded the hotel for a half section of land seven miles northwest of Turtle Lake. The youngest child (of six) was born here.

In 1918 their daughter, Rose (Mrs. John Thurn) passed away leaving three small children. Mrs. Flemmer, now in poor health, took her three grandchildren and cared for them. From the book "Flemmer Family History" by Dennis D. Seher, 1995

Death Certificate on file.

iv Margaretha Schauer #6157 b. 21 Feb 1876, Neudorf, Russia, d. ?. St. Petersburg Records.

v Jacob "Jake" Schauer #294 b. 7 Feb 1878, Neudorf, Russia, 19 Mar 1878, m. Christina Mehlhaff #339, b. 1881, (daughter of ______ Mehlaff #13845 and ? #13846) d. 10 Sep 1943, Lodi, CA. Jacob died Aug 1948, Lodi, CA. Lodi News Sentinel - Tues. Aug. 24, 1948

Jacob Schauer passed away at his home at 11 N. Garfield St. on Monday after a heart attack. He was 70 yrs. old & a native of Neudorf in So. Russia. Before coming to Lodi, where he has lived for the past 14 years, Mr. Schauer lived in Minot, ND where he was the manager of the Minot Golf Club. He was a member of the American Lutheran Church.

He was the husband of Mrs. Magdalena Schauer & the father of Mrs. David Knodel of Lodi, & the late Miss Alma Schauer of Lodi. He was the grandfarher of Kenneth & Amarlis Knodel & the brother of Adolph Schauer of Underwood, ND.

Mr. Schauer is also survived by a cousin, Carl Schauer of Lodi & by his brothers-in-law, Fred Wolff & Jacob Wolff, both of Ashley, ND.

Funeral services will be held at 10 o;clock Thurs. morning at the American Lutheran Church with the Rev. E.J. Roleder officiating. Burial will be in the Lodi Cemetery. The Lodi Funeral Home is in charge of Arrangements.

Christina: Christina (Mehlhaff) Schauer

Mrs. Christina Mehlhaff Schauer, 11 N. Garfield St., Lodi, passed away yesterday afternoon in a local hospital following a short illness. She was born in So. Russia & was 62 years of age.

Deceased had been a resident of Lodi for the past 11 years & was a member of the American Lutheran church.

She was the wife of Jacob Schauer, Lodi; mother of Miss Ann Schauer & the late Alma Schauer; sister of John Mehlhaff, Bateman, Saskatchewan, Canada; Chris Mehlhaff, Gerhardt, Ore.; Jacob Mehlhaff, Seattle; Peter Mehlhaff, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Carolina Schauer, Lodi, Mrs. Christina Webster, Minot, ND; Miss Anna Mehlhaff, Seattle; Mrs. Katie Robertson, Manhattan, Mont.; Mrs. Lydia Leland, Kirkland, Wash; aunt of Miss Frieda Schauer, Stockton.

Funeral services will be held Tues. morning at 10 o'clock at the American Lutheran Church with Rev. E.J. Roleder, pastor, officiating.

Interment will be in Lodi cemetery under the direction of Lodi Funeral Home. Lodi News Sentinel - Sat. Sept. 11, 1943

vi Philip Schauer #295 b. 15 Nov 1879, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 22 Dec 1901, in Harvey, Wells Co., ND, Mathilda Schimke #342. Philip died 15 Apr 1935, Tribune, KS. Philip came to America in about 1900, settled in North Dakota first and then moved to Tribune, Kansas in 1925. Birth Record found on Film # 446257 US/CDN Area Index Card P. gives marriage date as 22 Dec. 1901.

vii Ludwig "Louie" Schauer #296 b. 17 Sep 1879, Russia, m. 1902, in Washburn, ND, Caroline Melhoff #364, (daughter of ______ Mehlaff #13845 and ? #13846). Ludwig died 1937, Loveland, CO.

Mr. Schauer was born in Russia September 17, 1879. He came to McLean County in 1900 and homesteaded five miles west of Turtle Lake on SW 1/4-145-82. In 1902 he married Caroline Melhoff at Washburn, ND and lived at Underwood in a one room sod house. They built a barn of cottonwood lumber from the Missouri River bottom timber.

In 1906 they moved to the Turtle Lake vicinity on Sec. 33-147-81 where they lived until 1925, at which time they moved to Kansas where they remained for five years. They came back and started farming again. The transportation was by horse and buggy or wagon.

The first few years they drove oxen and horses together until the ox tore loose from the disk and went into the pasture with the cattle. After that they worked with three horses. Later years Mr. Schauer traded and broke broncos. Some of this was for sport.

In 1915 threshing stands out as memorable as it took seven weeks to get it done. Mrs. Schauer had to cook for the men as many of the crew were out-of-state men. The men who ran the steam engine quit, and after loosing some time looking for another, they finally got started again. Some of the other men quit too, and it was the day before Christmas when they finally finished it.

Their vacation in the summer consisted of a trip to Washburn to the Missouri River bottoms to pick Juneberries. It took two days to make the trip. Usually two or three buggy loads of people would join together for the trip.

Their first car was a Model T Ford in 1914. It was quite a treat to ride in a car and greatly lessened the use of the horses. In 1920 Mr. Schauer started tractor farming when he bought an Avery. It pulled three plows and traveled a mile and a half an hour.

In 1936 Mr. Schauer retired from farming and moved to Loveland, Colorado where he passed away in 1937. Mrs. Schauer is now living in Lodi, CA.

They had Four children. Ferdinand and Edward L. are both farming near Turtle Lake. Mrs. Edward Vogel lives at Loveland, Colorado and Mrs. Emanuel Kundert at Lodi, CA.

viii Friedrich Schauer #6158 b. 7 Sep 1881, Glueckstal, Russia. St. Petersburg Records.

ix Adolph "Gustav Adolf" Schauer #297 b. 18 May 1883, Neudorf, Russia, m. 12 Jul 1903, in Turtle Lake, ND, USA, Caroline Eman #375, b. 14 Jul 1886, d. 17 Jul 1954, Underwood, ND, buried: St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery. Adolph died 27 Jul 1957, Underwood, ND, USA, buried: St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery. From a 1953 newspaper clipping I have that belonged to Phillip Schauer.

ADOLPH SCHAUERS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING SUNDAY

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schauer were honored by friends, neighbors and relatives on Sunday, July 12th. on the anniversary of their Golden Wedding. The cermonies and reception were held at the St. John's Lutheran church.

The bride and bridegroom of fifty years ago were escorted to their seats of honor at the front of the church by their oldest and youngest sons, Fred and Edmund, who served as ushers. Mrs. Katherina Schauer, the couples only living attendant, was also given a place of honor.

The ceremony got underway with the congregation singing the hymn, "Jesus Lead Thou On". Rev. Hinz read Psalm 107 followed by a prayer and a sermonette. Five granddaughters, Joyce and Ruby Schauer, Anabelle and Sonja Christenson and Elaine Sayler sang "Now Thank We All Our God" accompanied by Mrs. Hinz at the organ. A reading dedicated to the parents by the children was read by their grandson, Vernon Schauer of Sheyboygan, Wis.

At the renewal of their vows before Rev. Hinz, Mrs. Schauer wore a navy blue sheer dress with a corsage of red roses. Mr. Schauer wore a carnation bouttoniere. Mrs. Katherina Schauer was also dressed in navy blue with a pink and white carnation corsage.

Following the ceremony, open house was held in the church parlors from 2 to 5 p.m. for relatives, friends and neighbors. The parlors were beautifully decorated in gold and white streamers. The gold and white wedding cake in the shape of a Malteese cross, was baked and decorated by their daughter, Mrs. Louis Hoppe, and centered the serving table. The honored couple's table was centered with a bowl of white and yellow cut flowers and white frosted candles.

Mrs. Hoppe cut and served the cake and another daughter, Mrs. Hilbert Christenson poured. Anabelle Christenson was at the punch bowl, Ruby Schauer attended the guest book and Elaine Sayler was at the gift table. Sonja Christenson and Joyce Schauer served as waitresses. The five daughters-in-law Mmes Fred, Jake, Robert, Emil, and Edmund Schauer with Mrs. Fred Eman served in the kitchen during open house.

The Dorcas Ladies Aid served the family a delicious chicken dinner at 7 p.m. that evening.

In the year 1903, Adolph Schauer and Caroline Eman were united in holy wedlock at Turtle Lake, N.D. From 1903 to 1908 they farmed south of Mercer. In 1908 Mr. and Mrs. Schauer moved to a farm 4 miles south of Underwood where they engaged in farming until 1938 when they retired and moved to Underwood. God blessed their marriage with 9 children. Two of the children died in infancy. The children present to help their parents celebrate their golden wedding included Fred, Sheyboygan, Wis; Jake, Robert and Emil, Underwood; Ida, Washburn; Martha, Oak Harbour, Wash. and Edmond, Goodrich.

Mr. And Mrs. Schauer were presented with a set of gold rimmed dishes from their children, a gold blanket and bed spread from their grand children and from their two great grand children a gold rimmed beverage set. They also received many other lovely gifts and a gift of money from other relatives and friends.

Those present from a distance included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schauer and Vernon, Sheyboygan, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Christenson and Anabelle and Sonja, Oak Harbour, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Schauer, Goodrich; Mrs. Matilda Schauer, Burlington, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fredrich, Sharon Springs, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. John Weishaar, Leola, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. William Weishaar, Lone Lake, S.D.; Philip Schauer, Vancouver, B.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eman and Phillip Eman of Kenmare, N.D.

In Memory of Adolph G. Schauer Date of Birth May 18, 1883 Date of Death July 27, 1957 Active Pallbearers, Fredinand Schauer, Robert Eman, Edward Schauer, Arthur Schauer, Fred Eman and Emil Eman. Honorary Pallbearers, Peter Weisz, Christ Weisz, Henry Hanson, Rudolph Homes, Targout Schumaier and I.H. Berg. Caroline: Dau. of Fredrich Eman Sr. & Margaretha Mautz. Listed as Carrie, 24 years old in the 1910 Census, McLean Co, ND.

20. John Christian (Johann) Schauer #1 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 18 Oct 1850, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 22 Oct 1850, Neudorf, occupation Farmer, m. (1) 1873, in Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, Maria Margarethe Weber #2, b. 5 Sep 1854, Neudorf, Russia, (daughter of Jacob Weber #6253 and Anna Maria Siffermann #6254) d. 8 Nov 1882, Neudorf, Russia, buried: Russia, m. (2) 16 Jan 1884, in Glueckstal, Neudorf, Odessa Co., Russia, Katherine "Katie" Goehring #3, b. 30 May 1862, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (daughter of Johann Goehring #3814 and Louisa Becker #3815) d. 19 Nov 1929, Martin, ND, USA, buried: 22 Nov 1929, St. John's Luth, Martin, ND. John died 26 May 1933, Harvey, ND, USA, buried: 31 May 1933, St. John's Luth, Martin, ND.

John and Katie donated the land for the St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Rural Martin, ND, USA

John emigrated from Neudorf, Russia and landed in New York Dec 1892. Declaration of Intention and Naturalization Record on file. Death Certificate on file.

John was deaf and dumb. May have been from scarlet fever when he was about three years old.

Obit: THE McCLUSKY GAZETTE John Schauer, Aged 82, Passes Away

John Schauer of Martin, aged 82, passed away at the home of his son Emanuel, on Friday, May 26. Mr. Schauer, born in Russia October 18, 1850, came to America in 1892 and settled near Ashley. In September 1897, he came to Martin and filed on land south of that place, where he lived until the death of his wife four years ago. For the past four years he has lived with his son in Martin. He is survived by eight children, only two of whom reside in this community. Karl, who has lived in Harvey for the past two years, and who formerly farmed west of Harvey, and Emanuel of Martin, are well known in this vivinity. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, at the St. John's church south of Martin, and burial was made in that cemetery. Reverend Laemmle of Harvey officiated.

Marriage date from St. Petersburg records Glue 1895616-2-177-002

St. Petersburg records gives birthdate as 18 Oct 1850, Glueckstal. Maria: I am extracting this birthdate and parents as she is the only Margaretha Weber found in the St. Petersburg Records. Katherine: Obit: The Harvey Herald Thursday, November 21, 1929 page 1 - on file Certificate of Death on file.

FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR MRS. SCHAUER

Funeral services will be held tomorrow from St. John's Lutheran church for Mrs. Catherina Schauer, of Martin, who died at a local hospital on Tuesday of this week, following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Schauer was born in Russia on May 13, 1863, immigrating to Americia in the year 1888. She first settled in this section of the country near Eureka, S.D. and in the year 1897 removed to the Harvey community.

She is survived, in addition to the husband, by the following children: Mrs. Katie Hieb and Gottlieb Schauer, Sask.; Mrs. Louise Jesz, N.D.; and Emanuel Schauer, Martin. Also surviving are two brothers, Fred Goehring, Ashley and Mike Goehring, Turtle Lake; and the following step-children: Carl Schauer, Martin; John Schauer, Los Angeles; Mrs. Eva Hieb, Kalispel, Mont.; and Mrs. Magdeline Zeckmeister, Lodi, Calif.

Services will be held at two o'clock in the afternoon, Rev. C.M. Leammle pastor of the Salem church, officiating. Interment will be at St. John's cemetery.

Children by Maria Margarethe Weber:

i Johann Schauer #4 b. 19 Apr 1874, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, d. 21 Nov 1947, San Bernardino Co., CA. Lived in Kalispell, MT Wife's name may have been Minnie. Was in Los Angeles in 1929, in San Fernando in July 1944 when his sister died.

ii Eva Schauer #5 b. 13 Oct 1876, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 9 Mar 1894, in Ashley, ND, Reformed Church, William (Wilhelm) Hieb #3785, b. 14 Apr 1864, Russia, (son of Balthaser Hieb #737 and Elizabeth Treftz #4482) d. 10 Mar 1939, Kalispell, Flathead Co, Montana, USA. Eva died 9 Dec 1936, Kalispell, Flathead Co, Montana, USA, buried: Demersville Cemetery. Death Certificate on file Cause of death: cancer abdomen To the USA age 17 near Harvey, ND married near Ashley, lived on a farm. Married by Rev. H.W. Steinacker, witnesses G.J. Hieb and Peter Schauer. William: To Flathead Co 1909 To USA aged 18 on 18 Oct. 1884. Cause of Death: suicide (hanging) Copy of death certificate on file William Hieb Kills Self by Strangulation

William Hieb, 71, well known farmer living two miles southwest of Kalispell on the foothills road was found strangled to death early this morning in his bedroom where he had looped a stout cord over a closet and slumped into a chair. The body was found by a son, Edward, who was living with his father.

Mr. Hieb had been in ill health for several years, it was stated, Coroner Campbell said that Mr. Hieb evidently committed the act about 11:30 o'clock last night after other living with him had retired.

He is survived by six children, three sons, Edward and Arthur Hieb of Kalispell, and Gottlieb Hieb of Harvey, North Dakota; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline Beatty of Kalispell, Mrs. Catherine Siefert of Polson and Mrs. Lydia Weixel of Eureka, South Dakota. His wife died here December 2, 1936. Mr. Hieb was born in Russia.

iii Karl Schauer #6 b. 22 Sep 1878, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 8 Oct 1878, m. 31 Oct 1899, in Harvey, ND, USA, Karolina Adam #212, b. 30 Nov 1881, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, (daughter of Martin Adam #3800 and Karolina Wagenmann #3818) d. 27 Jun 1968, Lodi, CA, USA, buried: Lodi, CA. Karl died 25 Oct 1963, Lodi, CA, USA, buried: Lodi, CA.

Karl Schauer and his wife Karolina came from Neudorf, Russia in their youth. Karl was 16 and Karolina (Adam) was 12 years old when they came to this country. Karolina was the oldest daughter in the Martin Adam family.

Karl was the youngest son of grandfather John Schauer's first marriage. As soon as he became of age, he took up a homestead right across the road from Grandpa John Schauer in Berlin Township. This is where I was born 80 years ago December 1st.

They had 5 children: Lydia (Mrs. Martin Helm) lives at Martin; Pauline (deceased); Albert, Sacramento, Calif.; Reinhold (deceased); Hulda Harr, Lodi, Calif.; and Ted, Galt, Calif.

Karl helped to build St. John's Lutheran Church in Berlin Township. He also held different offices in the township, such as school board and clerk.

They lived for a short time in Martin, where he owned a mercantile store. In about 1937, they moved to Lodi, Calif., where they lived until their deaths. This was submitted by Lydia Helm and printed in the "Growing With Pride" book for the Harvey, ND 75th Jubilee.

Obit: Karl Schauer Dies at 85 After Illness

Karl Schauer, 85, a native of Odessa, Russia, and long-time resident of Lodi, died yesterday in a local hospital after a short illness.

He came to this country with his parents in 1894 and lived in South Dakota and North Dakota until moving to Lodi in 1936.

He was a vineyardist here until his retirement about 15 years ago. He lived at 619 W. Pine St. Mr. Schauer was husband of Mrs. Carolina Schauer and father of Mrs. Hulda Harr, of Lodi, Albert Schauer, Ted Schauer and the late Pauline Frey, both of Gault, and Mrs. Lydia Helm and Reinhold Schauer, both of North Dakota. He was the brother of Gottlieb Schauer, Alberta, Canada, and Mrs. Louise Jesz and Emanuel Schauer, both of North Dakota. There were 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Lodi Funeral Home with Rev. G.G. Rauser, of the Swain Oaks Baptist Church, Stockton, officiating. Entombment will be in Lodi Memorial Mausoleum.

Friday 27 Jan 1929 - McClusky Gazette SCHAUER, UNABLE TO FARM, MAKES GOOD SELLING INSURANCE

Karl Schauer of Martin, formerly a farmer of that community, but who has been unable to farm since a serious operation two years ago, is doing well in a new pursuit, that of selling life insurance.

Mr. Schauer still resides on his farm near Martin, but has been unable to work it since October 1926 because of an operation for duodenal ulcer. Mr. Schauer is now representing the Northwestern National Life Insurance Company of Minneapolis and since Oct. 1, 1927 wrote $127,000 in life insurance policies. Mr. Schauer ranked as fifth highest salesman for the company for the month of October.

Came to America in December 1893. Karolina: Came to America in 1892.

iv Magdalena Schauer #7 b. 10 May 1882, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 13 Jan 1901, in Harvey, ND, Rev. D. Bittner, Witn: Karl Schauer & Henry Zechmeister, Johann J. Zechmeister #3786, b. 13 Jul 1878, Neu-Kassel, Russia, (son of Johannes Zechmeister #15148 and Elizabeth Ruff #15149) d. 15 Jul 1948, Lodi, CA, buried: Lodi Memorial Mausoleum. Magdalena died 8 July 1944, San Francisco, CA, buried: Lodi Memorial Mausoleum. Listed in the North Dakota 1915 census aged 33. Magdalena (Schauer) Zechmeister

Mrs. Magdalena Zechmeister passed away on fri. evening in Sanfrancisco at Hahnemann hospital, where she had been receiving treatment. She was a native of Russia, 62 years of age, & had resided in Lodi at Route 3, Box 300.

The deceased was the wife of John J. Zechmeister, Lodi, & mother of Walter W. Zechmeister, Lodi; Harold H. Zechmeister, Lodi; & of Elmer Zechmeister, U.S. Navy. She also was the mother of the late Edward Zechmeister.

Two brothers, Carl Schauer of Lodi & John Schauer of San Fernando, also survive, as well as 2 grandchildren: Marilyn Zechmeister of Lodi & Janice Lee Zechmeister of Woodland.

Services will be held Tues. afternoon at 2 o'clock in Bethel Tabernacle & entombment will be made in Lodi Memorial Mausoleum under the direction of Hale & Bawden.

Friends may call at the Hale & Bawden chapel until 12 o'clock noon on Tues. Lodi News Sentinel Monday July 11, 1944

Johann: Listed in the 1915 Census of North Dakota aged 37. John J. Zechmeister

A retired vineyardist, Mr. John J. Zechmeister, 70, a native of Petersburg, South Russia, passed away yesterday. He had been living at Rt. 4, Box 127, Lodi, at the time of his passing.

Mr. Zechmeister was the husband of the late Magdalena Zechmeister. He is survived by 3 sons, Walter, Harold & Elmer Zechmeister, all of Lodi; 2 granddaughters, Marilyn Zechmeister of Lodi & Mrs. Janice Lee Keller of San Lorenzo Village; 2 grandsons, William & David Keller.

Funeral services will be held Sat. morning at 10:30 at the Bethel Tabernacle. Entombment will be at the Lodi memorial Mausoleum with the Hale & Bawden Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Lodi News Sentinel, Friday July 16, 1948

This is part of the Johann and Martha Weisser Family story in the Harvey, North Dakota book which starts on page 413: "death, our grandfather remarried, but his second wife lived only a very short time. He married a third time, but again the marriage was of short duration, this time because of the death of our grandfather. He was struck and killed by lighting in July of 1912. Another man, named Burgemeister, was also killed at this time. A third man, John Zechmeister, survived the tragedy. The three men had sought shelter in a barn near the German Lutheran church south of Martin, when a storm came up about five o'clock in the afternoon.

Children by Katherine "Katie" Goehring:

v August Schauer #9032 b. 2 Jun 1885, Neudorf, Odessa Co., S. Russia, d. 7 Jun 1885, 5 days old - Neudorf, Russia.

vi Katherina Schauer #8 b. 8 Oct 1886, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 1903, Jacob "Jack" Hieb #260, b. 8 Oct 1880, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, (son of George Hieb #4441 and Katherina Glasser #4450) d. 12 Apr 1953, Leader, SK, Canada. Katherina died 2 Sep 1937, Innisfree, AB, Canada. Grave marker says born 1876. Jacob: Info from grandson Clifford Lukowitch, Edmonton, Alberta

vii Louise Schauer #9 b. 21 Dec 1892, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, m. 10 Mar 1910, in Fressenden, ND, USA, Jacob Jesz #219, b. 31 Aug 1891, Cagerlac, Romania, (son of Martin Jesz #4608 and Christine Nitscke #4609) d. 14 Feb 1949, Bismarck, ND, USA, buried: McClusky City Cemetery. Louise died 19 Dec 1979, McClusky, ND, USA, buried: McClusky, ND, St. John's Luth. Obit: THE FARGO FORUM, Fargo, ND Mrs. Louise Jesz

The funeral for Mrs. Louisa Jesz, 86, McClusky, N.D. will be there at 10 Saturday in St. John Lutheran Church. She died Wednesday. Born Dec. 21, 1892, in Russia, Louise Schauer came to this country in 1893 with her parents and settled near Martin, N.D. She married Jacob Jesz March 10, 1910, at Fessenden, N.D. He died in 1950. They farmed near Skogmoe, N.D., and McClusky until 1947 when they moved into McClusky. She leaves two daughters and three sons, Mrs. August (Emily) Helm, Colfax, Wash,; Mrs. Violet Michelson, Anamoose, N.D.; Emanuel, Phoenix, Ariz.; Gotthold, Underwood, N.D.; Harry, McClusky; a brother, Emanuel, Martin; 22 grand-children, 46 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

Jacob: Obit: Hold Services for Jacob Jesz, 58

Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Friday from the Chapel of Berg's Funeral Home, McClusky, for Jacob Jesz, 58, who died at Bismarck hospital at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, after a week's illness.

The services were conducted by Rev. Irvin J. Lovseth, pastor of McClusky Americian Lutheran church. Special music was provided (unreadiable).

Mr. Jesz, who has been a resident of Sheridan county for more than 40 years, was a native of Roumania, where he was born Aug. 31, 1891. He came to the United States in 1906, and three years later (1909) was married to Louise Schauer at Fessenden.

The Jesz family moved to McClusky two years ago. He leaves, besides his wife, the following sons and daughters: Emanuel, McClusky; Gotthold, Jamestown; Alma, Mrs. Edwin Johnson, McClusky; Emily, Mrs. August Helm, Goodrich; Harry, Elmer and Violet, McClusky; one brother, Christ Jesz, Turtle Lake, and one sister, Ustina, Yakima, Wash.; 17 grand-children; 2 sons preceded the father in death.

Berg Funeral Home of McClusky was in charge of arrangements. Burial was made in the McClusky City cemetery.

viii Jacob Schauer #10 b. 13 Jan 1896, d. ?.

ix Gottlieb "George" Schauer #11 b. 28 Jun 1898, Martin, ND, USA, occupation Farmer/barber, m. (1) 27 Oct 1915, in McClusky, ND, USA, Lydia Hieb #13, b. 2 Jan 1894, Benyer, SD, USA, (daughter of Daniel Hieb #746 and Christina Doerrheim #749) d. 22 Feb 1932, Thorsby, AB, Canada, buried: Telfordville, AB, m. (2) 17 May 1934, in Lutheran Parsona, Thorsby, AB, Maria "Mary" Webber #14, b. 15 Nov 1909, Vegreville, AB, Canada, (daughter of William Webber #1588 and Christina Albrecht #1595) d. 12 Oct 1994, Edmonton, AB, buried: cremation. Gottlieb died 1 Sep 1977, Edmonton, AB, Canada, buried: 3 Sep 1977, Telfordville, AB. Gottlieb and Lydia's marriage was witnessed by Karl Schauer and David Hieb. Certification of Naturlization # 28372-23 April 1932

Obit: Edmonton, AB newspaper SCHAUER, Gottlieb (George)

On September 1, 1977, Mr. Gottlieb Schauer, of Gibbons, Alberta, passed away at the age of 79 years.

He is survived by his loving wife, Marie; seven sons, Leo of Calmar; Elmer of Rimbey; Norman of Gibbons; Wesley and Morris, both of Oyen; George of Lethbridge; Ralph of Victoria, British Columbia; and eight daughters, Mrs. Alta Dunlop of Edmonton; Mrs. Olive Lundstrom of Fort St. John, British Columbia; Mrs. Palma Larson of Grande Prairie; Mrs. Shirley Loblick of Gibbons; Mrs. Ruth Davison of Clearwater, British Columbia; Mrs. Eileen Skauge of Medicine Hat; Mrs. Iris Morrill of Drayton Valley; Mrs. Doreen Blackall in North Bondi Beach, Australia; fifty-two grandchildren; twenty-two great-grandchildren; one brother, Emanual and one sister, Louise Jesz, both of North Dakota, United States; also nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one son, Lester in 1943, and one grandson, James in 1975.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 3 at 12:30 p.m. from Howard & McBride's Chapel. The Reverend Tom McKnight will officiate and Interment will take place in the Telfordville Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorials made be made to the Bon Accord Gibbons Ambulance society, Bon Accord, Alberta. Howard & McBride Funeral Services. Phone 422-1141.

Maria: Diabetic. Confirmed at Glory Hills Church, Stony Plain, Alberta 5 Apr 1925.

x Emanuel Schauer #12 b. 24 Jan 1901, Martin, ND, USA, m. 29 Jun 1927, in Harvey, ND, USA, Ruth Helm #242, b. 27 Aug 1905, Harvey, ND, (daughter of Fredrich Johann Helm #4400 and Amelia Fisher #4401) d. 15 Jan 1995, Bismarck, ND, buried: 18 Jan 1995, Harvey, ND, Sunnyside Cem. Emanuel died 12 Nov 1984, Harvey, ND, buried: 15 Nov 1984, Sunnyside Cemetery, Harvey, ND. Info from Gary D. Schauer Cemeteries of ND, Vol. 29, pg. 144, Wells County - Row # 10 Emanuel Schauer Harvey - Emanuel Schauer, 83, Martin, died Monday in the Harvey hospital (2 Nov 1984) Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at First Lutheran Church, Harvey, with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery, Harvey. A lifelong resident of Martin, he had operated the Standard Oil bulk station there for 24 years. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, one daughter, Mrs. Francis (Karen) Miller, Mandan, and two sons. (Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey).

Ruth:

Ruth was the daughter of the Reverend Frederick and Amelia (Fisher) Helm. She grew up and attended rural school near her home south of Martin. She married Emanuel Schauer on June 29, 1927 in Harvey. They lived in the Martin area where she was a homemaker and where he farmed and was in the fuel oil business.

Emanuel died on Nov. 12, 1984. she moved to Bismarck in March 1994. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church, Harvey. She is survived by her two sons and one daughter-in-law, Daryl of Heimdal, ND, Gary and Janet of Granite Bay, CA; one daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Delvin Triebbeasser of Bismarck, ND.

Six grandchildren, Steven Schauer, Mark Miller, Jeremy Miller, Shere Triebwasser, Brandon Schauer, Kristopher Schauer; one great grandchild, Joshua Miller. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Emanuel, and one grandson, Kevin Sauter.

The Funeral Service - First Lutheran Church, Harvey, ND Wednesday January 18, 1995 2:00 PM Reverend Phyllis Scroggins officiating. Pianist, Delores Baltrusch; casket bearers, Alvin Koble, Arduin Wangen, Vernon Helm, Arlo Helm, Robert Helm and Lonnie Lundstrom. Interment Sunnyside Cemetery, Harven, ND.

Arrangements with Hertz Funeral Homes, Harvey, ND.

21. Magdalene Schauer #288 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 10 Dec 1852, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 16 Dec 1852, m. 19 Jan 1871, in Gluescstal, Russia, Georg Peter Schneider #16364, b. 16 Mar 1851, Glueckstal, Russia. Georg: Son of Johann Heinrich Schneider & Salomea Walter.

Children:

i Catharina Schneider #16365 b. 15 Dec 1871, Neudorf, Russia.

ii Friedrich Schneider #16366 b. 13 Mar 1874, Neudorf, Russia.

iii Magdalena Schneider #16367 b. 29 Apr 1876, Neudorf, Russia.

iv Rosina Schneider #16368 b. 15 Jun 1878, Neudorf, Russia.

v Jakob Schneider #16369 b. 15 Mar 1881, Neudorf, Russia.

vi Christian Schneider #16370 b. 6 Aug 1883, Neudorf, Russia.

vii Margaretha Schneider #16371 b. 31 Jul 1884, Kaukasien, Russia.

22. Margaretha Schauer #290 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 29 Jan 1858, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 2 Feb 1858, PastorToll, m. 28 Nov 1878, in Glueckstal, Russia, Jacob Heil #14021. Remained in Russia.

Children:

i Phillip Heil #14022 b. 11 Feb 1879, Glueckstal, Russia.

23. Ludwig Schauer #1801 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 10 Aug 1861, Neudorf, Russia, 13 Aug 1861, Neudorf, m. 8 Nov 1883, in Glueckstal, South Russia, Dorothea Eberhardt #1802.

Children:

i Dorothea Schauer #6688 b. 17 Oct 1884, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia.

ii Philipp Louie Ludwig Schauer #1803 b. 20 Mar 1908, Burka, South Russia, occupation C.N.R./Retired, d. 17 Dec 1967, Vancouver, BC, Canada, buried: 21 Dec 1967, Vancouver, BC. Certificate of Naturalization number 115089 series "A" dated March 31, 1934, and took the Oath of Allegiance on March 5, 1934. Further investigation reveals he came to Canada from Russia by way of Quebec on July 8, 1928, on the vessel "Empress of France". From Citizenship Registration and Promotion. Diabetic

iii Christina Schauer #1804.

24. Peter Schauer #1758 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 12 May 1864, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, occupation Farmer, m. 2 Oct 1889, in Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, Katherina Schlichter #1759, b. 23 Dec 1870, Russia, d. 17 Aug 1953, Turtle Lake, McLean Co., ND, USA, buried: 21 Aug 1953, Turtle Lake Cemetery. Peter died 3 Nov 1927, Turtle Lake, McLean Co., ND, USA, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery.

Peter Schauer was born in Neudorf, South Russia, on May 12, 1864. Here he grew to young manhood. On October 2, 1889, he was married to Katherina Schlechter.

In 1893 they emigrated to the United States and settled in Eureka, South Dakota. In September of 1900, they migrated from Eureka in a covered wagon to the Turtle Lake area and homesteaded on SE 1/4 of section 28, Township 147 North Range 81. The trip was made in 11 days through very wet weather. So wet, in fact, that some of their linens became damp and moldy.

Their first home was built of cottonwood from the woods. There was no floor and the walls were plastered with a clay and straw combination. Their barn was built in the same manner.

Early church services were held in the Peter Schauer home with Rev. August Affeldt conducting the services. Later services were held in schools until the churches were built. The Schauers were charter members of Peace Lutheran Church.

Early threshing days meant much hard work for all. Grain was hauled either to Velva or Wilton, each of which was a 2 day journey. Mrs. Schauer worked side by side with her husband. She also accompanied him with her own wagon and team when grain was hauled.

All of the Schauer family suffered the great flu epidemic. They lost a son Gustof during this time.

Many pioneers in this area will remember the fine hospitality of the Schauer home. Pete and Katherina were always ready to lend a helping hand, and did so on many occasions. County commissioners, officials of McLean and Sheridan County and lowly travelers were welcomed alike. Mr. Schauer assisted many people in finding homesteads and giving them food and shelter until he could go out with them. A handkerchief tied to the buggy spoke was used to determine the bounds of the homestead. A survey stone was the beginning point from which these measurements were taken.

Water for the cattle had to be hauled so Mr. Schauer attempted to dig a well, but instead struck a vein of coal. The well produced no water, but considerable coal. Mr. Schauer pulled up the pails of coal with a rope. One time the rope got wet and slippery and it was impossible for him to pull himself out of his mine. Fortunately Charlie Berquist happened along and helped Mr. Schauer out.

Mr. Schauer needed shoes so badly he had his feet wrapped in burlap bags to keep them warm. Mr. Miller, the postmaster at old Turtle Lake, went with him to Washburn so he could become acquainted with the storekeeper and sell butter to buy much needed shoes. Since Mr. Schauer was familiar only with his native language it was difficult to convey his thoughts to others. One day he needed straw. He went to a neighbor with his hay rack and a forkful of straw and in his way was able to express his needs. He got the straw.

Twelve children were born to the Schauers'. They include: Ludwig, deceased; Christine, deceased; Jacob, deceased; Magdaline, deceased; John P., Turtle Lake; Lydia (Mrs. Christ Berg), Riverdale; Gustof, deceased; Emma, Turtle Lake; Edward, deceased; Emil, deceased; and Arthur, Turtle Lake.

Mr. Schauer passed away November 3, 1927. Mrs. Schauer passed away August 17, 1953. Taken from the Turtle Lake 50th Anniversary book 1905 to 1955.

Certificate of Death on file.

Godparents: Jacob Walz, Peter Wagenman & Katharina Schlepp. Arrived in New York December 1893. Signed a Declaration of Intent, McPherson Co., SD. Katherina: Certificate of death on file.

Children:

i Ludwig Schauer #1760 b. 2 Mar 1891, d. 24 Feb 1899. Died of diptheria.

ii Jacob Schauer #1762 b. 9 Jul 1892, d. ? Sep 1892. Died of convulsions - some discrepancy about death date.

iii Christina Schauer #1761 b. 24 Oct 1893, d. 5 May 1894, Long Lake, SD.

iv Magdeline Schauer #1763 b. 28 Jun 1895, d. 26 Jan 1898, Long Lake, SD. Died of scarlet fever.

v Martha Schauer #1805 b. 9 Sep 1897, m. 3 Feb 1916, Jacob Nathan #1806. Martha died 8 Apr 1917, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery, Turtle Lake, ND.

vi John Peter Schauer #1764 b. 27 Sep 1899, Long Lake, McPherson Co., SD, occupation Farmer, m. 27 Oct 1926, in Washburn, USA, Emelia Hofer #1809, b. 3 Apr 1908. John died 14 Apr 1995, Turtle Lake, ND, buried: 17 Apr 1995, Turtle Lake, Turtle Lake Cem. Mr. & Mrs. John P. Schauer

John P. Schauer was born on September 27, 1899 at Long Lake, South Dakota. In 1900, he arrived with his parents in the Turtle Lake area when he was one year old. His first recollection of helping with farm work was at the age of eight years, and his youth was spent doing his share of the varied tasks on the farm. He started farming in 1923 for himself.

On October 27, 1926 he married Emelia Hofer, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Theobald Hofer, who had settled in the Mercer, North Dakota area.

Mr. & Mrs. Schauer are members of the Trinity Lutheran Church at Turtle Lake.

Two children were born to the Schauers, Rueben of Bismarck, North Dakota; and Bernice, Mrs. Don Lelm, of Fargo, North Dakota. The Schauers moved to Turtle Lake in the year of 1971, but continued farming until 1975 when the farm was rented.

From the Turtle Lake's 71st. Anniversary Book 1905 to 1976 page 107

McLean County Paper 20 April, 1995

John P. Schauer, 95, of Turtle Lake, ND died Friday, April 14, 1995 at the Turtle Lake Hospital.

Funeral services were held Monday, April 17 at 2:00 p.m. from Trinity Lutheran Church in Turtle Lake with Rev. Norman Paskowsky officiating. Gayle Redmond was organist. A trio of Wilbert & Alvina Fueller and Lorri Mittleider sang and special accordion music was provided by Rudy Schock.

Pallbearers were Gene Hofer, Art Hofer, Marvin Hofer, Mike Berg, Dick Britton, Glem Lem, Richard Schauer, and Glendon Philbrick. Burial was in the Turtle Lake Cemetery.

John P. Schauer was born September 27, 1899 at Long Lake, SD to Peter and Katherine (Schlichter) Schauer. He came with his parents to North Dakota at the age of one where they settled in the Turtle Lake area. He attended rural school at Turtle Lake. He spent one winter in Detroit, Michigan where he worked in the Henry Ford Motor plant.

He married Emelia Hofer on October 27, 1926 at Washburn, ND They farmed in McLean County for over 50 years, including the same farm northwest of Turtle Lake for 38 years. In 1975 they moved into Turtle Lake where they have made their home. John was a charter member of Peace Lutheran Church which merged with St. Paul's Lutheran Church. He loved to visit, tell stories of his life's adventures, play cards, and enjoyed to listen to old time music.

Survivors include his wife Emelia Schauer of Turtle Lake; one son and daughter-in-law: Rueben and MarJean Schauer of Bismarck; one daughter and son-in-law: Bernice and Don Lelm of Mesa, AZ; two grandchildren: Rhonda and Gail Schmidkunz of Minot and Scott and Fran Schauer of Santa Clara, CA; two great-grandchildren: Kati and Zach Schmidknuz of Minot and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and all his brothers and sisters. (Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake).

Emelia: Daughter of Mr. & Mr. Theobald Hofer.

vii Lydia Elsie Schauer #1765 b. 14 Jan 1902, Turtle Lake, ND, m. 6 Feb 1921, in Turtle Lake, North Dakota, USA, Christ D. Berg #1771, b. 27 Mar 1894, Russia, occupation Farmer, d. 8 Jan 1975, Underwood, ND. Lydia died 17 Sep 1989, Turtle Lake, ND, buried: 20 Sep 1989, Turtle Lake, Turtle Lake Cem. Lydia Berg

Underwood - Lydia Berg, 87, Underwood, died Sept. 17, 1989, in the Turtle Lake hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Turtle Lake, with Rev. Eldred Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Turtle Lake Cemetery.

Visitation begins at noon today at Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake, and continues at the church one hour before services.

Lydia Schauer was born Jan. 14, 1902, near Turtle Lake. She married Christ Berg, Feb. 6, 1921, at Turtle Lake. They farmed near Turtle Lake until 1936, when they moved into Turtle Lake. They moved to Riverdale in 1949 and to Underwood in 1962. Mr. Berg died in 1975. She returned to Turtle Lake in 1979. She entered Prairie View Nursing Home, Underwood, in 1982.

She is survived by six sons and five daughters-in-law, Emil and Marion, and Melvin and Agnes, all of Underwood, Dale and Nota, Souix Falls, SD, Miltion and Joyce, Minot, Art and Mary Jo, Fargo, and Larry, West Fargo; three daughters and sons-in-law, Sylvia and Doug Peterson, Shelby, Mont., Delores and Art Sayer, Milton-Freewater, Ore., and Verdean and Rodney Hofer, Turtle Lake; one brother, John, Turtle Lake; 37 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

Washburn Leader September 21, 1989

Mrs. Lydia E. Berg, 87, Underwood, died Sunday, Sept. 17, 1989, at the Turtle Lake Community Hospital, turtle Lake. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, Turtle Lake, with Rev. Eldred Johnson officiating. Interment was at Turtle Lake Cemetery.

Honorary pallbearers were Willard Webster, Ferdinand Schauer, Ed Lui Schauer, and Steve Miles, Henry and Dean Berg. Active pallbearers were Mike, Jeff and Doug Berg, Chris and Robin Hofer and Marlin Schmidt. Ione Rath was organist and a men's quartet, consisting of Warren Lee, Walter Singer, Rudy Schock and Wilbert Fueller, sang.

Lydia Elsie Schauer was born Jan. 14, 1902, at rural Turtle Lake to Peter and Katherina (Schlichter) Schauer. She grew up on her parents farm five miles west of Turtle Lake where she attended rural school. As a young girl she worked in the Turtle Lake area. She married Christ Berg on Feb. 6, 1921, at Turtle Lake. They first made their home in McClusky and then moved to a farm northwest of Turtle Lake later in 1921. In 1936 they moved into Turtle Lake and lived there until moving to Riverdale in 1949. They then moved into Underwood in 1962. Mr. Berg died on Jan. 8, 1975, and she continued to live at Underwood until moving to Turtle Lake in 1979. In 1982 she became a resident of the Prairieview Nursing Home at Underwood. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church at Turtle Lake and a charter member of the former Peace Lutheran Church at Turtle Lake. Survivors include six sons and daughters-in-law, Emil and Marion, and Melvin and Agnes, all of Underwood, Dale and Nota, Souix Falls, SD, Milton and Joyce, Minot, Art and Mary Jo, Fargo, and Larry, West Fargo; three daughters and sons-in-law, Sylvia and Doug Peterson, Shelby, Mont., Delores and Art Sayler, Milton Freewater, Ore., and Verdean and Rodney Hofer, Turtle Lake; 37 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and one brother, John Schauer, Turtle Lake.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters and four brothers.

Arrangements were by Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake.

Christ:

Christ D. Berg was born in Russia on March 27, 1894. He came to the United States in 1909 and worked on farms in the Sheridan County. He worked on the Herman Hanson farm from 1912 to 1918.

Lydia E. Schauer was born January 14, 1902, the 7th child of Peter and Katherina Schauer.

On February 6, 1921, Lydia E. Schauer and Christ D. Berg were united in marriage at her parents home. Their first home was 7 1/2 miles northwest of Turtle Lake on the Joe Kounts farm. In 1930 Mr. and Mrs. Berg lost their home and barn by fire as well as all their belongings, livestock and chickens.

In 1949 they moved to Riverdale where they now reside.

The Berg's are parents to 11 children. They include: Emil and Melvin, Underwood; Laverne, Augusta, Georgia, Sylvia (Mrs. Rueben Schmidt), Turtle Lake; Delores (Mrs. Euel Hayes), Parkston, SD; Dale, Milton, Delmer, Verdean, Arthur and Larry all at home. Taken from the Turtle Lake 50th Anniversary book 1905 to 1955.

viii Gustof Schauer #1766 b. 19 Nov 1903, d. 10 Nov 1918, Turtle Lake, ND, USA, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery. Died in the 1918 flu epidemic.

ix Emma Schauer #1767 b. 11 Jan 1905, Turtle Lake, ND, USA, m. 2 Nov1956, in Underwood, ND, Christ Weisz #6696, b. 12 Oct 1898, d. 1 Nov 1979. Emma died 12 Sep 1970, Turtle Lake, ND, buried: 16 Sep 1970.

Emma Schauer was born, on a farm, near Turtle Lake on January 11, 1905, the 9th child of Peter and Katherina Schauer. Here she has grown to womanhood.

She has always lived at home helping her parents in every way possible.

Emma lost a brother, Gust, during the "Flu of 1918." All of the family were ill at one time with this dread disease.

She remembers particularly a thunder storm in 1921 when lighting killed Mr. August Marks and three elevators in Turtle Lake burned down.

Miss Schauer is an active member of Peace Lutheran Church. Taken from the Turtle Lake 50th Anniversary book 1905 to 1955.

Mrs. Christ Weisz Died Saturday Night

This community was shocked and grieved Saturday evening to learn of the death of Mrs. Christ Weisz, 65, of Underwood. Mrs. Weisz suffered a heart attack at her home an the ambulance was summoned and she died shortly after reaching the Turtle Lake hospital.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 16th in the St. John's Lutheran Church in Underwood. Rev. Thomas Teske officiated and burial was made in the Turtle Lake cemetery. Pallbearers included nephews of Mrs. Weisz, Melvin, Milton and Emil Berg, Richard and Rev. Allen Schauer and Roland Weisz. The Henne Funeral Home of Underwood was in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Weisz was born Jan. 11, 1905, in Turtle Lake to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schauer. She was reared in Turtle Lake. On Nov. 2, 1956, she married Christ Weisz in Underwood, where they made their home.

Surviving are her husband; one stepson, Bernard of Bismarck; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Leona Auch of Shelby, Mich. And Mrs. James (Linda) Barton of Ottawa, Ill.; two brothers, John Schauer of Turtle Lake, Art Schauer of Underwood; one sister, Mrs. Christ Berg of Underwood; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

No children. Christ: Pioneer Christ Weisz Death Unexpected

He married Emma Schauer in November of 1956. She died in 1970. He married Magdalena Walcker Nov. 15, 1973, in Washburn. He retired in 1977.

He is survived by his wife; a son, Bernard, Bismarck; two daughters, Mrs. Leona Auck, Bismarck, and Mrs. James (Linda) Barton, Aurora, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Myers, Minot, and Emma Reiser, Washburn; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, four stepsons, Theodore Walcker, Riverdale; Raymond Walcker, Finley, Wilbert Walcker, Hebron and Milton Walcker, Underwood; and three stepdaughters, Mrs. Richard Hall, Minot; Mrs. Layton Freborg, Underwood amd Mrs. Bryan Grondahl, Minot.

He was preceded in death by his parents, first and second wife, three brothers and two sisters.

x Edward Peter Schauer #1768 b. 12 Feb 1907, rural Turtle Lake, ND, occupation Farmer, m. 19 Dec 1939, in Turtle Lake, ND, Lillian M. (Wilson) Johnson #6697, b. 8 Oct 1910, Washburn, ND, (daughter of Albin Johnson #16528 and Mary E. ____ #16529) d. 1 May 1988, Bismarck, ND, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery. Edward died 2 May 1952, Bismarck, ND, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery. Edward P. Schauer Died Friday, May 2

Funeral services for Edward P. Schauer were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Augustana Lutheran Church with Rev. Leland K. Jackson officiating. Burial was made in Turtle Lake cemetery.

Active pallbearers included Emil and Melvin Berg, Underwood; Reuben Schauer, Turtle Lake; Henry Berg, Bismarck and Eugene and William Hailey, both of Washburn.

Honorary pallbearers were E.C. Stern, Russell Scheer, Christ Weisz and Leonard Evjen, all of Underwood; Theodore Edgar, Alfred and Norbert Schunk, all of Hopkins, Minn.; Edward L. and Ferdinand Schauer, Edward Waltz and Sylvester Grabinger, all of Turtle Lake, and Reinhold Schauer, Martin.

Mr. Schauer died in a Bismarck hospital on Friday, May 2 following hospitalization of only a few hours. He was sick at his home here for a day or so before being taken to the hospital. Mr. Schauer was 45 years, 2 months and 19 days of age at the time of his passing.

Edward P. Schauer was born Feb. 12, 1907, at Turtle Lake, the son of Peter and Katharine Schauer. He grew up and received his education there. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church in 1922.

He was married at Turtle Lake on Dec. 19, 1939, to Mrs. Lillian Wilson. That same year they moved to Underwood and have resided here since.

In addition to his widow, Mr. Schauer leaves his mother, Mrs. Katharine Schauer, Turtle Lake; two sons, Allan and Richard, both at home; two brothers, John and Arthur, both of turtle Lake, and two sisters, Miss Emma Schauer, Turtle Lake, and Mrs. Christ Berg, Riverdale.

He also leaves the following step-children: Donald and Arthur Wilson, both of Underwood; Mrs. Norman Rieke, McMinnville, Oregon, and Mrs. Edward Schaaf, Underwood and six step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, four brothers, three sisters, and one son.

Lillian: Lillian had several children from her previous marriage. Her first husband, Floyd Wilson, died in an accident. McLean County Sun - 5 May, 1988

The funeral for Lillian M. Schauer, 77, of Underwood will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in Augustana Lutheran Church in Underwood. Burial will be in the Turtle Lake Cemetery. She died Sunday, May 1, 1988, in a Bismarck hospital.

Lillian Johnson was born Oct. 8, 1910, at rural Washburn and grew up on a farm north of Washburn. She married Floyd Wilson, Oct. 8, 1925. They lived at Jamestown, then moved to McLean County, farming in the Washburn-Underwood area. He died in 1933. She then moved to Underwood, and married Edward Schauer, Dec. 19, 1939, at Turtle Lake. They lived in Underwood. He died in 1952. Survivors include two daughters, Doris Rieke of McMinnville, Ore., and Marjorie Schaaf of Belle Plaine, Minn.; four sons, Arthur Wilson of Fruita, Colo., Donald Wilson of Cheyenne, Wyo., the Rev. Allen Schauer of Columbus and Richard Schauer of Underwood; one brother, Melvin Johnson of Underwood; one sister, Opal Goehring of Underwood; 23 grandchildren; and 34 great-grandchildren.

The family prefers memorials to Augustana Lutheran Church.

xi Emil Schauer #1769 b. 8 May 1909, d. 10 Feb 1917, buried: Turtle Lake Cemetery.

xii Arthur P. Schauer #1770 b. 20 Oct 1911, Turtle Lake, ND, d. 24 Apr 1976, Turtle Lake, ND, buried: 27 Apr 1976, Turtle Lake Cemetery. Never married. Funeral Held Tuesday for Arthur Schauer

Arthur P. Schauer, 64, lifetime McLean County resident of Turtle Lake, died Saturday morning April, 24, at the Turtle Lake Community Hospital at Turtle Lake. He had been in ill health for the past three years.

Mr. Schauer was born October 20, 1911 at rural Turtle Lake to Peter and Katherina (Schlichter) Schauer. He grew up in McLean County and farmed five miles west of Turtle Lake until the early 1960s. He then worked on construction jobs for a number of years. He was a member of the former Peace Lutheran Church in Turtle Lake.

Funeral services were held Tuesday April 27, at 2:00 p.m. in the Goetz Funeral Home Chapel, Turtle Lake, with Rev. Eldred Johnson officiating. Interment was in the Turtle Lake Cemetery.

Pallbearers were his nephews Emil, Melvin, and Milton Berg, Reuben, Richard, and Rev. Allen Schauer.

Music was provided by Mrs. John Fibelstad, organist, and a men's quartet consisting of Alfred Schock, Reinhold Schock, Lynn Westrum, and Wilbert Fueller.

He leaves one sister, Mrs. Lydia Berg, Underwood, and one brother, Mr. John Schauer, Turtle Lake, and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, four sisters and five brothers. (Goetz Funeral Home, Turtle Lake, N. Dak.)

25. Andreas W. Schauer #291 (9.Christine7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 23 May 1867, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, 25 May 1867, Neudorf, m. 18 Apr 1887, in Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, Anna Maria Burr #383, b. 21 Aug 1866, Klein, Neudorf, Russia, (daughter of Johann Burr #14894 and Barbara Deschler #14893) d. 22 Apr 1956, St. Francis, KS, buried: St. Francis Cem. Andreas died 27 Oct 1946, Wheeler, Cheyenne Co., KS, buried: St. Francis Cem. Obit: ANDREW SCHAUER

Mr. Andrew Schauer, one of the early settlers of Cheyenne County, having lived here almost continuously since 1893, departed this life last Sunday morning at 3 a.m. The deceased was the youngest son of John Schauer and his wife Louise nee Schlepp. He was born in Neudorf, South Russia May 23, 1867 and two days later was received into the church by rite of Christian baptism. He was confirmed in this Christian faith March 21, 1882, by a public confession, which by proxy had been professed by his sponsors at baptism. Pastor Shrenk was the officiating pastor.

On April 18, 1887, he was united in marriage to Anna Marie Burr, at which occasion Pastor Shrenk also officiated. Thirteen children were born to this union, of which number, two died in infancy.

In 1893, together with his family he emigrated to America and settled on a farm 6 miles northwest of St. Francis, enduring the hardships of pioneer life, together with its adversity and prosperity. In 1917 he moved to a farm north of Wheeler, and later retired to the city of Wheeler. He has been a constant resident of Cheyenne County with the exception of an interval of 7 years, during which time he lived in Loveland, Colo. While living in Loveland, he and Mrs. Schauer were privileged to celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary, April 18, 1937, with all of their children in attendance.

Mr. Schauer has the special distinction of being a charter member in the organization of two congregations; Salem Lutheran church 7 miles northwest of St. Francis and Zion, here in our city. Having himself enjoyed a thorough Christian training, and knowing the importance and value of the Christian instruction of youth and regular church attendance, he together with others of like faith and mind endeavored to help establish the church of the Reformation in their new home, so that they and their children could continue to enjoy the same blessings.

Mr. Schauer had never really enjoyed robust health, and from 1937 on was almost continuously ailing. Some seven weeks ago he was taken down with pneumonia, which condition was later complicated by pleurisy. Sunday morning at 3 a.m. death relieved him from his suffering.

His death is mourned by the following: his widow, Mrs. Anna Marie Schauer; his children; Mrs. Barbara Rath, Mrs. Katie Raile, John Schauer, Louie Schauer of Cambridge, Nebr., Andrew Schauer, Cedar Bluffs, Nebr.; Mrs. Mary Reub, Mrs. Martha Kluge, Valley, Nebr., Miss Christina Schauer, Loveland, Colo., Adolph Schauer, Wm. Schauer, and Mrs. Helen Frick, 33 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. He attained the age of 79 years, 5 months and 4 days. May he rest in peace. Funeral services were held in Zion Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. P.C. Schroeder, officiating. The German address was based on Luke 2, 25-32. John 11, 25-26 served the basis for the English address, in which the theme was developed:" Now is the time to confess: I believe in the resurrection of the body." A quartet composed of Mrs. Mathilda Cooper, Miss Anna Diekhoff, Mr. Sam Rath and Mr. Geo. Bruns sang appropriate numbers.

Interment was in the St. Francis cemetery.

Godparents: Andreas Schauer, Jacob Schauer & Eva Walz. Anna: Obit: ANNA MARIE SCHAUER

Anna Marie Schauer passed away in her sleep during Sunday night at the Good Samaritan Village. Although she had not been well for some time, she nevertheless had attended the service at the Village that day, had eaten her usual evening meal and had gone to bed apparently being in her usual condition. She died during the night without anyone realizing it until morning. She reached the age of 89 years, 8 months and 1 day.

Anna Marie Burr was born on August 21, 1866, in a small town in southern Russia. She was baptized and became a child of God in infancy. She was received into communicant membership into the Lutheran Church at the time of her confirmation, the certificate of which the family still has in its possession. The document is dated May 10, 1881. After spending her youth in the home of her parents, she was married to Andrew Schauer in 1886. The couple determined to migrate to America and they arrived at St. Francis in 1893. Mrs. Schauer remained a resident of this community ever since, except for a number of years when she lived in Loveland, Colo. She became the mother of thirteen children, two of whom died in infancy. She was left a widow in 1946, after having married for 60 years. She spent the last years of her life at the Good Samaritan Village.

Mrs. Schauer and her husband were among those who were instrumental in the founding and organizing of Zion Lutheran church. She remained an active member of the church all her life. When the frailites of old age overtook her, she read the bible and devotional lliterature for her spiritiual edification, and she partook of the Lord's Supper frequently.

She leaves to mourn her passing: Mrs. John Rath, Mrs. Pete Raile, John, Louie of McCook, Andrew of Freemont, Nebr., Mrs. August Rueb, Mrs. Edward Kluge of Valley, Nebr., Mrs. Paul Hautman of Loveland, Colo., Adolph, William and Mrs. George Frick. Besides these children, there are 34 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Funeral services were held from the Zion Lutheran Church, Friday afternoon, April 27, the Rev. A. Eggerling officiating, with interment in the St. Francis cemetery.

Children:

i Barbara Schauer #384 b. 25 Mar 1888, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, m. 24 Jun 1906, in St. Francis, KS, John Rath #394, b. 27 Dec 1878, Bergdorf, South Russia, (son of Daniel Rath #14143 and Margaretha Weintz #14144) occupation Farmer, d. 27 Jul 1967, St. Francis, KS, buried: St. Francis Cem. Barbara died 22 Jul 1977, Beatrice, Gage Co., NE, buried: St. Francis Cem. I have a letter written by Barbara to Philipp Schauer in 1967. It mentions she came to the USA when she was 5 years old. This letter is in Philipp Schauer's file. Came to America in 1893 with her parents. John: Family came to America in July 1885 to Sutton, NE. In 1886 came to Cheyenne Co. KS.

ii Katherine "Katie" Schauer #385 b. 18 Dec 1890, Neudorf, Odessa Co, South Russia, m. 19 Jan 1911, in St. Francis, Kansas, Peter Raile #407, b. 3 Feb 1889, St. Francis, KS, USA, (son of Gottlieb Raile #4904 and Christina Gienger #4905) d. 1 Sep 1973, KS. Katherine died 31 Mar 1976, St. Francis, KS, buried: 3 Apr 1976, St. Francis Cem. Came to the USA with her parents in 1893. Peter: Immigrated to USA in 1894.

iii John Schauer #386 b. 19 May 1892, Neudorf, Odessa Co., South Russia, d. 13 Aug 1976, Oberlin, Decatur Co., KS, buried: 16 Aug 1976, St. Francis, KS. John never married.

iv Louis Schauer #387 b. 29 Jul 1894, St. Francis, Cheyenne Co, KS, occupation Farmer/self-employed, m. 23 May 1916, Anna Troester #481, b. 13 Mar 1895, Hayes Co., Nebraska, d. 28 Apr 1980, buried: Memorial Park Ce, McCook, NE. Louis died 4 Jul 1986, buried: 8 Jul 1986, McCook Cemetery, Memorial Park. Anna: Daughter of William Michael Troester & Elizabeth Wall.

v Andrew Jr Schauer #388 b. 14 Dec 1896, St. Francis, KS, occupation Farmer, m. 1 Jun 1920, in Cedar Bluffs, NE, Lucy Hattie Lemke #531, b. 6 Jun 1896, Cedar Bluffs, NE, occupation Housewife, d. 6 Aug 1965, Fremont, NE. Andrew died 14 Jun 1991, Fremont, NE, buried: Malmo, St. John's Cem. Lucy: Daughter of Max and Minnie (Keller) Lemke.

vi Mary Schauer #389 b. 4 Jun 1898, St. Francis, KS, m. 16 Oct 1917, in St. Francis, KS, August Rueb #558, b. 22 Oct 1894, Hoffningstal, Ukraine, South Russia, d. 29 Jun 1967, St. Francis, KS. Mary died 26 Feb 1989, St. Francis, KS, buried: 1 Mar 1989, St. Francis Cem. August: Son of Wilhelm Rueb, Sr. and Christiana Zweygarat.

vii Martha M. Schauer #390 b. 25 Jan 1900, Cheyenne Co, KS, m. 13 Feb 1934, in Cedar Bluffs, NE, Edward Kluge #598. Martha died 15 Jan 1987, Fremont, NE, buried: 19 Jan 1987, Fremont, NE, Memorial Cem.

viii Christina Schauer #391 b. 15 Jan 1903, Cheyenne Co, KS, m. Paul Houtman #13650.

ix Adolph Schauer #392 b. 25 Oct 1906, Cheyenne Co, KS, m. 3 Feb 1938, in St. Francis, KS, Zion Lutheran, Evelyn Krutsinger #608, b. 1911, St. Francis, KS. Adolph died 11 Mar 1984, St. Francis, KS, buried: 15 Mar 1984, St. Francis Cem. Evelyn: Daughter of Clarence and Grace Krutsinger.

x William Schauer #393 b. 3 Dec 1908, m. 23 Aug 1936, in Lecompton, KS, Mary N. Smith #622, b. Lecompton, Kansas, d. 21 Oct 1992, Chillicothe, KA. William died 20 Feb 1995. last residence 64601 (Chillicothe, Livingston, MO).

xi Helen Schauer #395 b. 20 Nov 1913, Cheyenne Co, KS, m. 7 Aug 1932, in Loveland, CO, St. Paul's Luth, George Frick #633, b. 20 Jun 1910, Loveland, CO. George: Son of George and Anna Elizabeth (Christel) Frick.

26. Karl Schlepp #11923 (10.Johann7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 26 Aug 1854, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, m. 23 Oct 1879, in Glueckstal, Russia, Katharina Pleinis #15945, b. 7 Jun 1861, Neudorf, Russia, (daughter of Joseph Pleinis #16460 and Catharina Kapp #16461). Karl died 6 Sep 1932.

Children:

i Karl Schlepp #15946 b. 27 Feb 1882, Neudoef, Russia.

ii Katharina Schlepp #15947 b. 11 Mar 1884, Neudorf, Russia.

iii Martha Schlepp #15948 b. 1 Jul 1885, Neudorf, Russia.

27. Jakob Schlepp #11926 (10.Johann7, 6.Johann6, 5.Johannes5, 4.Johannes4, 3.Samuel3, 2.Johann2, 1.Friedrich1) b. 25 Apr 1861, Neudorf, Odessa, Russia, m. 27 Jan 1882, in Glueckstal, Russia, Magdalena Dockter #15950.

Children:

i Daughter Schlepp #15951 b. 21 Nov 1882, Neudorf, Russia, d. 22 Nov 1882. Died before baptism.

ii Magdalena Schlepp #15952 b. 29 Oct 1883, Neudorf, Russia, d. 30 Oct 1883, Neudorf.

iii Jakob Schlepp #15953 b. 7 Dec 1885, Neudorf, Russia.

 

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