[NI090718] OBIT: The Commercial, Dyersville, IA Oct 11 1934 DEATH CLAIMED MR JOHN HEYING, 1 of New Vienna's pioneer res.s at his home, New Vienna 10-4-1934. His Demise Followed a 2 wk's illness due to complications. b. on a farm near Luxemburg, IA 23 Dec 1848 86 yrs, 9 mos, 10 dys of age when d. Recieved his education in rural & Trinity schools. 17 Nov 1867 m. Miss Antoinette BOHENKAMP, St. Boniface Ch., New Vienna, IA by Rev. Father Orth. After m. they settled on a farm near Luxemburg, IA, & lived there until 30 yrs ago, they retired & moved to New Vienna, IA. wife d. Jan 1924. had 13 chldn 2 d. in infancy & George d. 19 Jun 1922. surviving chldn Joseph, Breda, IA; Henry, Petersburg; Frank, Albion, NE; John, Cold Springs, MN; Barney, Richmond, MN; Ernest, Groton, MN; Peter, New Vienna, IA; Mrs. Kathryn LANGEL, Dyersville, IA; Mrs. Mary KLUESNER, Mrs. Ellenore KLOSTERMANN, New Vienna, IA. Funeral Mon. morn from his home to St Boniface Ch., Bur. Boniface Cem. beside his wife.
[NI090724] OBIT: Dyersville Commercial Apr 7 1948. Mr. Ernest H. GOEBEL retired farmer d. at family home Luxemburg, IA Sat Apr 3 1949 following a lingering illness. b. 11 Jan 1868 Luxemburg, IA & attended rural & Holy Trinity scholls. 1902 m. Ms Catherine STEFFEN also Luxemburg. They estabulished a home on a farm 4 mi.s NW of Luxemburg where they lived until they retired. memb. of the Rosary Society. Funeral 5 Apr 1948 from family home to Holy Trinity Ch. Surviving is wife 6 dau.s, Martha w/o Hugo LECHTENBERG, Granville, IA; Irene w/o Harold BLOCK, Lancaster, WI; Othilda w/o James SHERMAN, East DuBuque, IL; Helen w/o Stanley HATCH, Lancaster, WI; Louise w/o Art RIES, New Vienna, IA; & Virginette w/o Clete J. THEIR, Dyersville, IA. 4 sons Raymond, Eugene, & Larry, Luzemburg, IA; & Leander, Masonville, IA. 4 sis.s Mrs. Martha WERNKE, Luxemburg, IA; Mrs. Jake KLEIN, & misses Anna & Mathilda GOEBEL, Granville, IA. Also 25 gchldn. preceded in death by twin sis. Mary w/o Henry SCHNEE & a sis Mrs. Henry KOKENGE.
[NI090725] Granville, IA Gazette Thu Jan 10 1957 Funeral serv.s St Joseph Ch., Granville, Mon for Anna GOEBEL, 86, who passed away at her home in Granville Jan 3 1957 following a lingering illness. b. 10 Aug 1870 Luxemburg, IA d/o Henry & Catherine GOEBEL & resided there until 1900 when she came to Granville. Surviving are 3 sis.s & 1 bro., Mathilda; & John GOEBEL; Mrs. Cecelia KLEIN, all Granville; Mrs. Martha WERNKE, Luxemburg; sis-in-law Mrs. Katherine GOEBEL, Luxemburg. preceded in death by her parents; 2 sis's, (Catherine)Mrs. Henry KOKENGE & (Mary) Mrs.Henry SCHNEE; 2 bro.s Ernest & Henry. Pallbearers were nephews: Henry, Leo, & Lawrence KLEIN, Firmin, Linus, & Gerald GOEBEL. Bur. St. Joseph Cem, Granville, IA
[NI090727] Alton, IA Demo Thu. Nov 15 1962 Funeral serv.s St. Joseph's Cath. Ch., Granville, IA for Ms Mathilda GOEBEL, 84, Wed. She passed away at her home in Granville Sun. b. 14 Apr 1878 New Vienna, IA, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry GOEBEL & came to this area 70 yrs age with parents. Surviving is 1 bro. John, Granville; & 2 sis.s Mrs. Cecelia Klein, Granville; & Mrs. Martha WERNKE, Luxemburg, IA. Rosary was recited Tue. eve. at Spalding Hall, Granville. Bur. in St. Joe's Ch. Cem. She lived on parents farm near Granville with her bro. Henry & sis. Annie. later retired & moved to town of Granville.
[NI090729] Farmed on his parents farm place near Granville, IA He lived with his sis.s Annie & Mathilda. He later moved into town.
[NI090731] Helena Kueter immigrated U.S. with parents, Leonard Henry Kueter & Helena Sunder Kueter, when 10 yr.s old. 1866 m. Henry Heying, New Vienna, IA had 12 chldn. 9 chldn were b. IA; Mary 1868, Catherine 1869, Barney 1871, Mary 1873, Katie 1875, Sophia 1877, Lena 1879, Anna 1881, & Fred 1883. The 2 oldest dau.s d. within dys of each other in the early 1870's. Fred also d. a young age in 1889. He is bur. Salem, SD. 1870 census shows Henry & Helena Heying farming in Liberty Twp, DuBuque Co., IA. They have 2 chldn, Mary 2 & Catharine 1. Also living with the Heying's is Louise Kueter 16 yr.s, possibly a Sis. to Helena as they both indicate that they were b. Hanover, Germany. OBIT: Mrs. Helen (Kueter) Heying b 4-23-1849 Hanover, Germany. 10 yr.s she came to Amer. with parents. 1866 m. Henry Heying had 12 chldn, of whom 2 dau.s & 1 son preceded the mother in death. 1883 Mr. & Mrs. Heying moved their family to Mc Cook Co., SD, & resided in & near Salem the rest of their lives. Mr. Heying d. 6-18-1929, & Aug 1931 she moved from her home in Salem into her last home on the farm of son-in- law, Henry G. Reif. Abt 15 wks prior to her death deceased suffered a stroke of paralysis & the death came at 10:15 am Thu 1-10-1935 when she had attained age 84 yr.s 8 mo.s 17 dys. Funeral serv.s St. Mary's Cath Ch 1-12-1935. Bur. St. Mary's cem. survived by 1 son & 8 dau.s: Bernard Heying, Knobs, MT; Mrs. Adam (Mary) Hankes, Wessington springs, SD.; Mrs. Grover c. (Ann) Fosdick, Council Bluffs, IA; Mrs. Frank (Louise) Lander, Madison, SD.; Mrs. Katie Reif, Mrs. Henry (Sophia) Reif, Mrs. Lena Raue, Mrs. O. P. (Clara) Murphy, & Mrs. Frank (Alma) Rayman, all Salem, SD.; 23 gchldn 14 ggchldn.
[NI090734] Mary & her sis Catherine d. within wks of each other from ukwn childhood disease. According to fathers obit Mary was abt 5 yrs old
[NI090735] Fathers obit indicates she was 3 yrs old when d.
[NI090736] They have been m. 10 yr.s & have had 4 chldn, all were still living barney's Occup. day laboror, retail merchant running a Dry goods store Salem, SD. Later became a Rancher
[NI090739] Salem Special, Salem, SD 2-1-1973 Funeral Mass 1-27-1973 for Mrs. Henry (Sophia) Reif St. Mary's Ch. bur. Ch. Cem. b. IA 9-7-1877. m. Mr. henry G. Reif, Salem, SD 11-9-1897. farmed in the Salem, SD area until retirement & then lived in Salem until ill health forced them to move to the Brady Memorial Home in Mitchell, SD. Mrs. Reif d. Mitchell Hosp. 1-25-1973 after a lingering illness age 95 yr.s. survived by 2 dau.s; Mrs. Joe (Leona) Wahle; & Mrs. Leo (Alvina) Wahle, son, Ray Reif, all Salem, SD; 3 Sis.s, Mrs. Frank (Alma) Rayman & Mrs. Louise Lander both Salem, SD; & Mrs. Clara Murphy, Ft. Dodge, IA. preceded in death by parents, hus., 1 son, Vernal Reif, 6 Sis.s, & 2 Bro.s. Henry & Sophia Reif, along with their chldn Vernal & Leona, farming in Salem Twp., Mc Cook Co., SD
[NI090740] Salem Special 11-14-1968 Funeral Mass for Mrs. Lena Mary Raue, 89 yr.s 6 mo.s 5 days, 10 am, Tue 11-12-1968 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem Rev. P. Mardian officiating. bur. St. Mary's Cath. Cem.. Parish rosary recited Mon 11-11-1968 8 pm Kinzley Funeral Home. she d. St. Joseph's Hosp., Mitchell, SD Sat 11-9-1968, where she had been a patient 1 day after suffering a stroke. Mrs. Raue had been in good health until abt. a yr. ago when her health began failing. Active pallbearers were Robert & Roger Reif, James Rayman, Vearl Ray Wahle, Dennis Wahle, & William E. Eickman. Honorary pallbearers, all memb. of the Christian Mothers Society, were Mrs. Anton Gottlob, Mrs. Anna Luehn, Mrs. Frank Dupuis, Mrs. Lora Eickman, Mrs. William Oyen, & Mrs. Ben Brinker. Lena Mary Heying b. 5-4-1879 DuBuque, IA d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Heying. came to SD with parents 1883 settled on a farm in the Salem vicinity. m. Henry Raue 1901, St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem. farmed in the Salem area. Mr. Raue d. 1914 but Mrs. Raue continued to live on the farm until 1946 when she moved into Salem where she continued to live with son, Ruben, until she entered the Hosp. last wk. Mrs. Raue was a memb. of St. Mary's Cath. Ch. & of the Christian Mothers Society, both Salem. Survivors include 3 sons; Ruben Raue, Salem, SD; Edward & John Raue, Oakland, CA; 2 dau.s; Mrs. John (Helen) Lanners, Salem, SD; Mrs. Willard (Alice) Keefe, Oakland, CA; 4 Sis.s; Mrs. Sophia Reif, Mitchell, SD; Mrs. Louise Lander, Mrs. Clara Murphy, Madison, SD; Mrs. Frank (Alma) Rayman, Salem, SD; 12 gchldn; 4 ggchldn; & a number of relatives & friends. preceded in death by parents, 1 son, 1 dau., 5 Sis.s, & 2 Bro.s in addition to hus.
[NI090742] OBIT: Salem Special, Salem, SD 11-13-1947 Grover C. Fosdick, had returned to Salem to live on Sep 5 1947, after an absence of 20 yrs, d. 11-10-1947 result of a stroke. Funeral serv.s St. Mary's Cath Ch. Bur. St. Mary's Cem. pallbearers were Ernest, Leo, Marvin, & Ray Reif, Ruben & Ed Raue. He b. 9-27-1884 Pontiac, IL & had reached the age 63 yr.s. 2-15-1915 m. Miss Anna Heying Sioux Falls, & from then until 1927 they made their home in the community. From Salem they moved to the neighborhood of Council Bluffs, IA where they engaged in farming until poor health caused him to retire abt. 3 mo.s ago. survivors include the widow, 3 Sis.s, Mrs. George Gee, Mondamin, IA; Mrs. Ervin H. Thompson, Little Sioux, IA; Mrs. Joseph H. Jones, Salt Lake City, UT. 2 bro.s, Joel Fosdick, Missouri Valley, IA; & Charles Fosdick, Pontiac, IL. Out of town relatives attending the funeral serv.s Mrs. Newton Stephen, Council Bluffs, IA; Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lander, Madison, SD; Pat Murphy, Sioux Falls, SD; Mr. & Mrs. Ed Raue, Oakland, CA
[NI090744] OBIT: Salem Special, Salem, SD 2-13-1975 Funeral Mass Fri. 2-7-1975 St. Mary's Cath Ch in Salem for Louise M. Lander. Bur. Graceland Cem, Madison, SD. d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Heying, b. Salem, SD 5-1-1885. She grew to womanhood in this area, 12-21-1908 m. Frank Lander Beresford, SD. Following their m. farmed near Ramsey for a short time, & then they moved to Madison, SD where Mr. Lander worked for the Ford garage until retirement. Mr. Lander preceded wife in death in 1959. Mrs. Lander continued to live in Madison until moving to Colonial Manors Nrsg. Home, Salem 1972. She d. nrsg. home 2-5-1975 age 89 yr.s. survived by 2 Sis.s; Mrs. Clara Murphy, Fort Dodge, IA; & Mrs. Frank Rayman, Salem, SD. preceded in death by 7 Sis.s & 2 Bro.s.
[NI090746] Salem Special 10-20-1983 funeral Mass for Clara Murphy 10-19-1983 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem. bur. Ch. Cem..Clara Heying, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Heying, b. 8-19-1887 near Salem, SD. attended Salem schools & following that homesteaded near Kodoka with Sis. (Annie). then returned to Salem m. Owen P. Murphy. Mr. Murphy d. 1948 & shortly after his death Mrs. Murphy moved to Madison, SD. For the past 10 yr.s had lived, Fort Dodge, IA. Mrs. Murphy d. Fort Dodge 10-14-1983, having reached 96. Survivors include son, Patrick O. Murphy, Sioux Falls, dau., Mrs. John (Madeline) Doyle, Fort Dodge, IA, 10 gchldn 22 ggdchldn, Sis., Mrs. Alma Rayman, Salem, SD.
[NI090747] Salem Special, Salem, SD 9-11-1986 funeral Mass for Alma Rayman 9-6-1986 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. bur. parish Cem. b. 2-4-1891 Salem, SD to Henry & Helen (Kueter) Heying. m. Frank Rayman 9-7-1925 St. Mary's Ch., Salem. farmed near Salem for many yr.s & she continued to live there after hus.'s d. 11-3-1975. she d. at her farm home 9-3-1986 age 95. lifetime memb. of St. Mary's Ch. & honored at St. Mary's Centennial in 1985 as the oldest continual memb. of the parish. survived by son, James, Salem; dau.s, Mrs. Bill (Joan) Eickman, Salem; & Mrs. Dean (Janet) Ziebarth, St. James, MN. preceded in death by parents, hus., 2 Bro.s, & 9 Sis.s.
[NI090748] Dyersville, IA Commercial Jan 31, 1924 New Vienna, IA, Jan 30 1924 This morn 12:30 am Mrs. John HEYING passed away. She had been in failing health for some time & the past several wks her condition worsened. b. 25 Jun 1851 Ressling-Hausen Germany. came to Amer. age 11 yrs. with parents & settled on a farm near Petersburg, IA where she grew to womanhood. 17 nov 1867 m. John HEYING, St Boniface Ch., New Vienna, IA by Father Orth. settled on a farm near Luxemburg, IA, living there until they retired from farming 1909, moving to New Vienna, IA. They had 13 chldn, 2 d. in infancy & George who d. 19 Jun 1922. survived by hus., 10 chldn: Joseph, Breda, IA; Katherine w/o Joseph LANGEL, Dyersville; Mary w/o Herman KLUESNER, New Vienna; Henry, Petersburg, IA; Frank, Albion, NE; John, Cold Springs, MN; Barney, Richmond, MN; Ernest, Groten, MN; Peter, New Vienna, IA; & Nora w/o Joseph KLOSTERMANN, New Vienna, IA. Also sis.s & bro.s Mrs. Joseph SCHERBRING, DuBuque, IA; Mrs. Rudolph LAMMERS, Remsen, IA; Mrs. Joe HEYING, Winner, SD; & Mr. Joseph BOHNENKAMP, DuBuque, IA. Her life was one of usefulness. Living in this community in the pioneer dys, learned the finer lesson of life acquired thru hardships & trials, she instilled into her family the virtues of good clean living & all that is honorable & sincere. life memb. of the cath. Ch. Funeral serv. Fri from the family home to St. Boniface Ch. where serv. at 9:30 am.
[NI090749] From the John B.HEYING Family History Joseph HEYING & his wife, Antonette TimMER, were both b. New Vienna, IA m.St Bernard's Ch., Breda, IA. They always farmed at Breda, IA
[NI090750] Dyersville Commercial IA, Dec 31 1947 Mrs Katherine LANGEL, 78, d. at home of dau. Mr & Mrs WM. JOHANNES, East Dyersville, Sat. afternoon after being ill abt 2 mo.s, b. 29 Sep 1869, Luxemburg, IA, d/o Mr & Mrs John HEYING, attended Luxemburg school m. 19 Feb 1889 Joseph LANGEL, Holy Trinity Ch. survived by chldn, Dorothy, w/o John WENTE; & Vitis, Dyersville; Teckla, w/o Ed JOHANNES, Manchester; Hugo, Greeley; Agatha, w/o James GIROUX, New Vienna, IA; Olivia, Sis. M. Ewadine, St Mary's Hosp., Waterlo, & Joseph Jr., Dyersville. Surviving bro.s & sis.s: Henry HEYING, New Vienna; Frank HEYING, Elgin, NE; John, Barney, & Ernest HEYING,all Richmond, MN; & Peter HEYING, DuBuque, IA; & Mrs Mary KLUESNER, & Mrs Nora KLOSTERMANN, New Vienna, IA. Her hus. d. Jun 29 1930 & others preceding her were son Norbert, & dau. who d. in infancy, & 2 Bro.s, Joseph & George HEYING.
[NI090751] Dyersville, IA Commercial Wed. 1-11-1956 Mrs Mary KLUESNER, 84, New Vienna, d. Jan 3 1956 followign a 4 wk. illness. b. Aug 2 1872, Luxemburg, IA. m. Herman KLUESNER Feb 11 1889, New Vienna. Surviving are 3 sons Lawrence, Bloomington, WI; Raymond, New Vienna, IA; Alver, Farley, IA; 4 dau.s Adeheid w/o Hugo AHLERS, New Vienna; Leonetta w/o Herman STEFFEN. New Vienna; Alvina w/o Alois PLOESSEL, Glen Haven, WI; Camilla w/o Leo KRAMER, Dyersville; 36 gchldn; 4 bro.s Henry HEYING, New Vienna; John HEYING, St. Paul, MN; Bernard HEYING, Richmond, MN; Peter HEYING, DuBuque, IA & 1 sis. Mrs. Leonora KLOSTERMANN, New Vienna, IA. Preceded in death 1 son, 1sis., 6 bro.s & hus. in 1905. Funeral serv. Kramer Funeral Home to St Boniface Ch., New Vienna, Rev. Carl MANTERNACH & Rev. Joseph Richard. Bur. St Boniface Cem. Pallbearers were gsons Ralph & James KLUESNER, Jackie KRAMER, Gilbert STEFFEN, LaVern AHLERS & Ralph PLOESSEL.
[NI090752] Commercial, Dyersville, IA Thu 8-15-1957 Funeral serv.s for Henry HEYING, age 83, New Vienna will be held Sat. 9:30 am from Kramer Funeral Home to St Boniface Cath. Ch, New Vienna. bur. St Boniface Cem. d. Tue, Mercy Hosp., DuBuque, IA 8:55 pm following a brief illness. b. Oct 6 1874, Luxemburg, IA. m. Mary WEDEWER Jan 1898, New Vienna. Surviving are 5 sons: Gregor, Richmond, MN; Norbert, DuBuque, IA; Cletus, DuBuque, IA; Elmer, Worthington, IA; Linus, Philadelphia, PA; & 3 dau.s: Regina at home; Alvina, w/o Albert PLOESEL,La Motte, IA; Henrietta w/o Edgar AGOTNESS, Miniapolis, MN; 32 gchldn & 21 ggchldn. 3 bro.s: John, St Paul, MN; Barney, Richmond, MN; & Peter, DuBuque, IA; & Sis., Mrs Nora KLOSTERMANN, New Vienna. wife d. Oct., 1956, A dau., 4 Bro.s, & a Sis. preceded him in death. Mary WEDEWER: bur.: Oct. 1956, St Boniface Cem., New Vienna, IA
[NI090753] Frank J. HEYING, 74, had been in ill health for abt. a yr. d. Thu. pm Jan 5 1950 at the home of dau., Mrs Ralph BLACK, Spencer. bur. St John's Cem., Petersburg, Rev SUDBECK conducted the garveside serv. 9 of his 11 sons & dau.s attended. b. Sep 15 1875, Luxemburg, IA. s/o John & Anna HEYING, m. Nov 21 1899 to Helen KEUTER, had 11chldn. During the early yr.s of his marriage, he worked in a Cream Sta. & carried mail in the New Vienna vicinity. He moved w/ his family th a farm near Petersburg, NE in spring 1906, where he remained until wife d. Jun 11 1922. He & his family then moved to Petersburg, where he operated a Cream Sta. 1938 they became res.s of Atkinson, where he res. until death. survived by 6 sons: Albion, Lincoln; Arthur, Petersburg; Leonard, Anaheim, CA; Raymond, Chicago, IL; Alfred, Atkinson; James, Central City; 5 dau.s, Mrs Malinda SIEBKEN, Stuart; Mrs Florentine BLACK, Spencer; Mrs Lucretia, Austin, MN; Mrs Dolores FLANNIGAN, Waterloo, IA; & Mrs Rosamond BREITHAUPT, Topeka, KS; 25 gchldn 1 ggchld; 3 Bro.s, John & Barney, Richmond, MN; & Peter HEYING, DuBuque, IA; 2 Sis.s Mrs Nora KLASTERMAN & Mrs Mary KLUESSMER, New Vienna, IA. Preceded in death by wife, 1 sis., 3 bro.s, & 2 gchldn.
[NI090755] Richmond Reporter Feb 14 1963 John B. HEYING, 629 Edmund Ave., St Paul, d. Feb 9 1963. b Luxemburg, IA Feb 24, 1879. Lived in Richmond for 30 yr.s. went to St Paul 7 yr.s ago & retired 2 yr.s ago. Survived by wife Theresa SEMRAU HEYING & chldn: Nellie w/o George NABER New Vienna, IA; Aloysia w/o Harry McGREGOR, Minneapolis; Clara w/o Frank J. MEHR, St Martin; Antonette w/o Leo UTECHT, Richmond; Marie w/o Steven KOPPY, Cold Spring, MN. 6 step chldn, 26 gchldn ggchldn. Preceded in death by chldn & his former wives, Theresia BRUNSMANN HEYING, d. 1919 & Gertrude SCHMITZ HEYING d. 1951. Also surviving are Bro.s, Barney, Richmond, & Peter, DuBuque, IA. HEYING was a mem. of Holy Name Society of St Agnes Ch., St Paul. Funeral serv. today at St Peter & Paul Ch., Richmond, MN bur. parish Cem.
[NI090756] Farm Laborer, living on farm of John HERMSEN, Liberty Twp., DuBuque Co., IA. John & Mary HERMSEN, possibly John 's 2nd wife, have 7 chldn. Barney HEYING later m. the HERMSEN'S oldest dau., Mary, 15 at the Time of census in 1900.
[NI090757] Richmond Reporter 26 Aug 1949 Ernest HEYING d. last Wed. night Alma, IA while visiting son Mr & mrs Elmer HEYING age 65. The remains brought to Richmond Fri. & lay in stats Wenner Funeral Home till the time of funeral Mon. morn. b. 18 Nov 1883, Luxemburg, IA. m. Mary ELENZ 19 Jan 1909. All chldn survive her. Ambrose, Mrs Ben GEERS, & Mrs AL TORBORG, Richmond; Leander, Elmer & Jerome, Alma, IA; Gilbert, Little Falls; Sylvester, Dyersville; Mrs Frank HUCZEK & Mrs Genevieve LINHOFF, Chicago, IL; Paul & Ernest in Navy; Dolores (Babe), Minneapolis, MN. Surviving bro.s: Barney & John, Richmond; Henry, New Vienna; Peter, DuBuque, IA; Frank, Petersburg, NE; sis.s Mrs Nora KLOSTERMANN & Mrs Mary KLUESNER, New Vienna; 17 gchldn. Preceded in death by by wife 6 yrs ago. Serv. Mon from St Peter & Paul Ch., Father Anthony. Bur. St Peter & Paul Ch. Cem., Richmond, MN
[NI090758] Telegraph-Herald, DuBuque, IA 1-24-1967 Peter B. HEYING ,81, formerly, 791 2/1 Nevada St., d. Mon Mercy Hosp., serv. Ch. of the Nativity. Bur. Mt. Calvary Cem. mem. of Ch. of the Nativity Parish, Sr Citizen Club of that parish & mem. The Holy Name Society. b. Luxemburg, IA s/o John B. & Antoinette (BONEKAMP) HEYING. He was a Harness Maker. Survived by 6 dau.s: Catherine w/o George POSTLER, Cincinnati, OH; Ms Anna Mae HEYING, Dubuque, IA; Grace w/o Ralph MAIERS, Manchester, IA; Germaine w/o Loras O'MARA, Dubuque; Jeannette w/o Richard LYNCH, Dubuque; Dorothy w/o Michael O'BRIEN, Aurora, IL; 2 sons: Floyd & James, Dubuque, IA; Bernard, Richmond, MN. 25 gchldn 3 ggchldn
[NI090760] Dyersville Commercial Thu Jun 22 1922 New Vienna, IA, Jun 21 1922-All New Vienna & surrounding community mourn the Death of 1 of its most popular, of the younger businessman, George HEYING. news of the death came as a shock. d. 3:30 am Mon, Mercy Hosp., DuBuque, following an operation for severe attack of appendicitis. He had been ailing for sometime, but was unbeknown to anyone, as he had never complained, tho under a physicians care for quite a period. His illness dates back to flu epidemic with which he had been affected. Abt 10 dys ago he was seized with an attack of appendicitis & submitted to surgery, then a slow decline & weakness & passed peacefully away. b. 11 Apr 1891, Luxemburg, IA. d. 31 yrs 2 mo 8 dys later. m. 14 Jan 1913 Ms Clara Ida KLOSTERMANN, St Boniface Ch., Rev. Father F.W. PAPE. had 3 chldn Bernice, Arthur, & Louis, besides wife & chldn, is survived by parents, Mr & Mrs John HEYING, & sis.s & bros; Kate, Mrs Joseph LANGEL, Dyersville; Mary, Mrs Herman KLUESNER, Nora, Mrs Joseph A. KLOSTERMANN, Henry, Petersburg; Joseph, Breda; Frank, Petersburg, NE; John, Richmond, MN; Barney, Richmond, MN; Ernest, Belgrade, MN; & Peter, New Vienna. George, as he was called, was one of New Vienna's most promising young businessman. He took an active part in all enterprises that went for the betterment of the community. Last spring was elected a mem. of the town council & performed his duties in a conscientious manner. mem. of the New Vienna Cornet Band, the Dyersville Council, Knights of Columbus & St Boniface branch of the R.C.M.P.S. Remains to New Vienna from DuBuque Mon eve. to his home where funeral serv. held this morn 9:30 St Boniface Ch. bur.: St Boniface Cem., New Vienna, IA
[NI090766] Adam & ELenora KOENIG farmed near Spencer, NE
[NI090769] farmed near Fairfax, SD
[NI090776] West River Progress, DuPree, SD Thu Oct 18 1973 Funeral serv.s for Mrs Herman (Anna Victoria) EULBERG, pioneer DuPree resid. held Tue. Oct 16 Sacred Heart Cath Ch. Rev Fr. Paul CASPER. bur. Ch. Cem.. b Dec 19 1891, Hospers, IA. m. Aug 22 1911, Hospers. Survivers hus., 3 sons: Albion, Worland, WY; Rollin, DuPree, SD; James, St Louis, MO; 1 dau., Cora, w/o Albinus DOSCH, DuPree, SD; 19 gchldn 3 ggchldn. Preceded in death by 1 son. She passed away 12 Oct 1973, Rapid City Hosp.
[NI090782] Ruth Estella, youngest chld of Wm. H. & Alice Deal, d Mar 18, 4 yrs 1 mo 15 dys. To the sorrowing parents we extend our heartfelt sympathy.
[NI090794] serv. 1779, pvt in Capt. Joseph Irwin's co., Col. Broadhead's 8th reg., PA
[NI090795] serv. pvt, 1778, in Capt. Henderson's co., 9th PA reg
[NI090824] Alton IA Demo Thu Feb 4 1971 Funeral serv. for Anton KOKENGE, 85, Granville, A longtime res. this area, Fri Jan 29 1971 St Joseph Cath Ch., Granville, Rev. John SCHISSEL bur. Ch. Cem. d. Wed Jan 27 1971, Orange City Hosp. b. May 23 1885, m. Martha KELLEN Jan 10 1910, Alton. d. 1941. Surviving are 4 dau.s: Lorette w/o Bill TAGGART, Sioux City, IA; Maurica w/o Henry NIICHEL, Granville, IA; Genevieve w/o Ray ERICK, Akron, IA; & Jean w/o Rodger BUCHTEL, Norfolk, VA; 4 Bro.s: Joe, Granville, IA; C.Y. & AL, Sheldon, IA; & Matt, George, IA; 3 Sis.s, Mrs Ted KLEIN, & Mrs Gerald McCARTHY, both Granville, IA, & Mrs Wilfred VanBERGEN, Worthington, MN; 14 gchldn 16 ggchldn.
[NI090835] farmed near Milford, IA before moving near Nazareth, TX where they also farmed. After they retired they moved to Amarillo, TX & then to Canyon, TX
[NI090836] OBIT: Dyersville Commercial Feb 6 1957 Serv.s Wed. Holy Trinity Ch., Luxemburg for Mrs KATHERINE GOEBEL, late of Luxemburg. The requiem mass was read by Rev. Jacob Roth; also officiated at the graveside serv. at Holy Trinity Cem. Pallbearers were gchldn Gene BLOCK, Roger SHERMAN, Jim GOEBEL, John GOEBEL, David HATCH, & Richard SHERMAN. Acolytes also gchldn, Ernie GOEBEL, Joe GOEBEL, Charles GOEBEL, & Carl RIES.
[NI090853] OBIT: Alton, IA Demo Thu May 20 1948 Funeral serv.s St Joseph Ch., Granville on Sat for Jacob B. KLEIN, age 74, d. at his home NW of Granville Wed. after a mo.s illness. b. Jan 21 1874 Chicago, IL, s/o Mr & Mrs Nick KLEIN, moved with parents to a farm SW of Granville, & has resided near here for the past 50 yr.s. Feb 4 1902 m. Ms Cecelia GOEBEL St Joseph Ch. had 9 chldn, who with wife survive: Nick, Leo, & Agnes at home, Henry, Lawrence, (Anna) Mrs Ed JENNING, (Marian) Mrs Jule PENNING, all Granville, & Sis. M. Oda & Sis. M.Tresain, DuBuque. 17 gchldn 5 Bro.s, Peter & Henry, Granville, Father L.M. KLEIN, Wesley, IA, John & Joe, Dell Rapids, S.D. preceded in death by parents 2 Sis.s. He bur. St Joseph Cem., Wiltgen's Funeral Home, Le Mars. Among relatives attending were Rev. Lawrence KLEIN, Wesley; sis. M. TRESAIN, DuBuque, IA; Mr & Mrs Joe KLEIN, Mr & Mrs John KLEIN, Dell Rapids, SD; Mrs. Martha WERNKE, Mrs Ernest GOEBEL & son Ray, Luxemburg, IA; Mrs. Jim SHERMAN, E. DuBuque, IL; Mr & Mrs Chet THEIR, Dyersville, & many others from nearby towns. Both Bur. St. Joseph Cem., Granville, IA
OBIT: The Alton, IA Demo Thu. Nov 3 1966 Nick KLEIN, 63, d. in The Hosp., Le Mars Thu following a stroke he suffered at his home that morn. b. Nov 17 1902 a farm near Granville, attended St Joseph School & ever since has assisted his parents on the farm. Funeral serv.s Mon St Josephs Cath Ch., Granville. bur. St Joseph Cem.. Surviving are mother, Mrs Celia KLEIN, 3 Bro.s & 5 Sis.s. father passed away May 12, 1948.
[NI090856] entered convent Aug 1928 took the name Sis Mary Oda Oct 1971 Add-DuBuque, IA 1981 Sis. of St Francis, MR. St. Framcis, DuBuque, IA
[NI090861] Demo Thu Oct 21 1971 Funeral serv.s St. Joseph Cath. Ch., Granville 11 am Mon. for Lawrence J. KLEIN, 51, d. Oct 15 1971 on his Bro.'s farm near Granville, IA. Rev John Schissel officiating, bur. Ch. Cem. b. Nov 14 1919, Alton, IA lifetme res. of Alton area & highly respected farmer. m. Luella PENNING, Hospers, IA Nov 18 1941. Survived by wife, 2 dau.s, Mildred, Mrs Gerald SANNY, Le Mars, IA; & Byrlea, Mrs Ronald BUDDEN, Granville, IA; 4 sons, Dominic, Corona, CA; Jacob, Granville, IA; & Mark & Paul, Alton, IA, & 2 gchldn. Also 2 Bro.s; Leo, Alton, IA; & Henry, Granville, IA; 5 Sis.s, Miss Agnes KLEIN, Alton, Sis. Mary Oda, DuBuque, Sis. Mary Tresain, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, IA, Mrs Ed PENNING & Mrs Julius PENNING, both Granville, IA.
[NI090862] Helen KLEIN entered the convent Aug. 1944 & took the name Sis. Mary Tresian. She is an artist. Oct 1971 Add-Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, IA 1981 Add-Sis.s of St Francis, Mt. St. Francis, DuBuque, IA.
[NI090882] I.B. was a very large man, nearly 7 ft. tall. he m. before marrying Beatrice & had chldn from his 1st wife. Beatrice didn't have chldn. theye lived in Brookings, S.D. I.B. was a teacher. I.B. also a Co. agent in S.D. for someTime
[NI090883] Wilber & Hazel WILSON farmed near Wessington Springs, S.D. After Wilber d., Hazel re-m. & moved to TX. Hazel had no chldn.
[NI090888] OBIT Marvin J. REIF: Salem Spec., Salem, SD 12-5-1985 funeral Mass held 11-30-1985 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem. bur. St. Mary's Cem. b. Salem, SD, 1-30-1900 s/o John & Katie (Heying) Reif. m. Mary Hoenscheid, Salem, 9-22-1925. farmed Salem area until 1941 when he went to work for Mc Cook Co. Hwy Dept. worked there until retirement & continued to work part time until 1980. d. 11-28-1985 Sioux Falls Care Ctr, age 85. survived by wife, Mary, Spencer, SD; son Dean Reif, Sioux Falls, SD; 2 dau.s, Mrs. Roland (Audrey) Bauer, Spencer, SD; & Mrs. Jake (Shirley) Breidenbach, Wheatland, WY., 9 gchldn Bro., Ernest, Salem, SD. preceded in death by parents, bro. Leo, & infant Sis. Helen
[NI090889] They farmed near Salem, SD before moving into town where Leo worked for the Co. & Thelma worked in various grocery stores in Salem
[NI090890] Salem Special, Salem, SD 8-16-1962 Henry G. Reif, 86, res. of Mc Cook Co. 81 yr.s, having arrived here 1881, d. 8-13-1962 Brady Mem. Home, at Mitchell where he & his wife had made their home for the past yr. funeral Mass 8-16-1962 St. Mary's Cath Ch., Salem, SD. bur. St. Mary's Cem.. b. 10-13-1875, Slaysonville, WI. came to Mc Cook Co. 1881, settled on a farm SW of Salem. 11-9-1897 m. Miss Sophia Heying, Salem. had 4 chldn, 3 survive. Mr. & Mrs. Reif farmed in the Salem vicinity until 1944 when they retired & moved to Salem city. They lived here until a yr. ago when they both entered the Brady home. Mr. Reif had been in poor health for a long time. Survivors include wife; 2 dau.s, Mrs. Joe (Leona) Wahle; & Mrs. Leo (Alvina) Wahle; son, Ray Reif; & dau.-in-law, Mrs. Lucy Reif, all Salem, SD. Preceding in death were parents, & 1 son, Vernal in 1961.
[NI090892] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD 9-25-1986 Funeral Mass for Leona S. (Reif) Wahle 9-25-1986 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. bur. Ch. Cem. d/o Henry & Sophia (Heying) Reif, b. 4-1-1900, Salem. grew up Salem area. 5-2-1922 m. Joe Wahle, Salem. lived their entire m. lives on a farm SW of Salem. d. Colonial Manor Nrsg Home, Salem 9-23-1986. Survivors hus.; son, Verle Ray Wahle, Salem; dau., Mrs. Harold (Joan Mae) Stiefvater, Salem; 15 gchldn 18 ggchldn bro., Ray Reif, Salem; sis., Mrs. Alvina Wahle, Salem. Preceded in death by parents, 1 bro. Vernal, 2 gchldn.
[NI090894] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD. Mar 10 1994 Funeral Mass Raymond J. Reif Mar 8 1994 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem. Fr. Joseph Ripp celebrated the Mass. bur. Ch. Cem.. Pallbearers were Clay Caylor, Eric Caylor, Jason Caylor, John Ridgeway, David Reif, Troy Reif, & Louis Atsma. he s/o Henry & Sophia (Heying) Reif, b. Aug 28 1906, on a farm near Salem. grew up Salem area. Jun 11 1929 m. Rose Mc Cormick, Bridgewater. lived entire life in Salem area where he farmed. loved the outdoors & enjoyed hunting & fishing, as a farmer loved the land. also an excellent marksman & in younger yr.s belonged to a shooting club, won many medals for marksmanship. Ray & Rose moved to Salem 1991. d. Sat Mar 5 1994, Queen of Peace Hosp., age 87 yr.s 6 mo.s 7 dys. memb. of St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem & of Salem Sr Citizens. Survivors wife, Salem; 6 chldn, Sharon Kennedy, Salem, Gerald, Karlsruhe, ND, Roger, Salem, Mrs. Al (Rita) Moldrem, Mitchell, Mrs. Howard (Reneau) Caylor, Ethan, SD, & Richard, Rapid City; 17 gchldn 17 ggchldn. preceded in death by parents, 6 gchldn, a son-in-law, 2 Sis.s, & 1 Bro.
[NI090895] Henry (15 Jun 1877)& Lena (Heying) Raue farmed on the SE 1/4 of section 30, Salem Twp., Mc Cook Co., SD spring 1910, Henry John Raue took his family, wife, 5 chldn--to homestead in Meade Co. SD established res. on the claim April 23 1910 built a house, 16 x 24, abt. May 1 1910. During the 1910 season they broke 11 acres on the SW quarter of the claim, planted 5 acres corn, & 6 acres millet. There was no harvest that yr. due to drought. During the 1911 season they broke 14 more acres & planted 14 acres corn, 1 acre wheat, 5 acres oats, & 5 acres spelt. They had 32 head cattle & 8 head horses on the claim. Again there was no harvest because of drought. 4-22-1912 Henry John Raue was given title to the E half of the SE quarter of section 9 & the W half of the SW quarter of section 10 in Twp. 6 N of range 11 E of the Black Hills Meridian, SD, containing 160 acres. This land was near Hay Draw, SD which is located in the NW part of the state. Shortly after receiving title to the land they moved back to their farm in the SE part of SD near Salem, SD. Henry d. on the kitchen table of his farm house near Salem, SD where he was being operated on for ruptured appendicitis--this was shortly after their return from Meade Co., SD. Lena continued farming with her family after the d. of hus. After raising her family, Lena moved into Salem where she lived with son, Ruben, until d. 1968. Salem Special 9-17-1914 Henry Raue d. Wed. noon after a brief illness 5 days duration. Mr. Raue was in town Fri. & complained of not feeling well. A physician was called Sat. & found him to be suffering from appendicitis. Dr. Bobb was called from Mitchell, SD Sun & an operation was performed that night. The appendix was ruptured & little hope was entertained for Mr. Raue's recovery. survived by wife, 5 chldn who have the sympathy of all in their great sorrow. Funeral serv. St. Mary's Cath Ch. tomorrow, Fri., morn. 930 am.
[NI090898] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD Nov 1941 Salem community was sadly shocked last Fri. morn. 11-7-1941 at the announcement that Henry Raue, young farmer residing 3 1/2 mi.s E. of town, had accidentally shot himself that morn. in the barn at his farm. Just when the accident occurred is ukwn. had gone to the barn abt. 830 am & abt. 1 1/2 hrs later mother-in-law, Mrs. Emma Hall, entered the building & found him unconscious, but still alive, with a wound in head from a .22 rifle bullet. Medical aid was immediately summoned, condition was so critical that he was hurried to a Mitchell Hosp., where d. in afternoon without regaining consciousness. rifle with which the wound was inflicted was a weapon that he always kept in the barn for the purpose of shooting pigeons & to all appearances the gun must have discharged as he was taking it down. The bullet entered his head back of the right temple. Funeral serv.s Tue morn 11-11-1941 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Rt. Rev. Monsignor B. Weber officiating, the Ch. was filled to overflowing with sympathetic friends. The pallbearers were Ray Reif, Marvin Reif, Ernest Reif, Joe Wahle, Emile Sabers, & B.H. Forster. bur. St. Mary's Cem. Mr. Raue had been a lifelong res. b. 3-19-1902 SW of Salem. 5-28-1935 m. Miss Florence Hall this city. farmed near Salem since his youth, 2 1/2 yr.s had lived on the farm the family now occupies. an industrious, progressive farmer, a kind-hearted & provident hus.& father, & a sincere friend. enjoyed the respect & friendship of everyone in the community & his untimely death brought sadness to many. 39 yr.s 7 mo.s 18 dys old. survived by widow & 2 sons, Philip & Camden; mother, Mrs. Lena Mary Raue, Salem; 3 bro.s, Ruben, Salem, Edward, Oakland, CA, & John Henry, Fort Lewis, WA; 2 sis.s, Mrs. John Lanners & Mrs. Willard Keefe, both Salem, & many other relatives. father & 1 sis. preceded him in death. Out-of-town relatives & friends came to the home or were present at the funeral serv.s included Mrs. Adam Henkes & Mrs. I.B. Johnson, Brookings; Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lander, Madison; Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur Wilson, Mrs. Alex Jenson, & Mr. & Mrs. Gene Kitmiller, Wessington Springs; Mr.& Mrs. William Rogan, Mitchell; John Henry Raue, Fort Lewis, WA; Mrs. Ann Schimmel & son, Alfred, Butler, SD; Mr. & Mrs. Tom Wells, Mitchell; Mrs. Ana Barnhart & Dale Barnhart, Sioux Falls; Mr. & Mrs. Adam Wies, Sergeant Bluffs, IA; Mrs. Tommy Moores, Sioux Falls; Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Wendt & son & Miss Wilma Fletcher, Parker; Gertrude Skelly, Mrs. Matt Sheehad, Mr. & Mrs. Marshall, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Garry & Mr. & Mrs. Ray Garry, Bridgewater. Mr. & Mrs. George Fendrich & son, Sioux Falls; Irene & Josephine Sabers, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Herting, Sioux Falls; Mr. & Mrs. George Carey, Montrose; Alfred Jenson & Ethel Valentine, Yankton; Mrs. L.M. Brown & dau., Eileen, Sioux Falls.
[NI090904] Salem Special, Salem, SD 3-9-1978 Funeral serv.s John H. (Short) Raue Fri. 3-10-1978 1030 am St. Mary's Cath. Ch. bur. Wildwood Cem., Salem, SD. Fr. Gerald Thury will officiate. Pallbearers Ed Lanners, Roger Reif, Bob Reif, Alan Bies, Roger Kuyper, & Terry Krantz. There will be a scripture serv Thu 8 pm Kinzley Funeral Home. John H. Raue b. Salem, SD 10-11-1914 & attended schools in Salem. served WW II & following the war m. Fern Krantz at Oakland, CA 1946. he d. 3-5-1978 following a short illness, Oakland, CA. survived by wife Fern, Oakland, 2 dau.s, Mrs. Linda Stockman, Port Angeles, WA, & Mrs. Diane Stockman; 2 Sis.s, Mrs. John Lanners, Salem, SD & Mrs. Willard Keefe, Navarro, CA preceded in death by parents, 3 Bro.s & 1 Sis.
[NI090905] Salem Special 3-11-1948 Owen Patrick Murphy d. 3-8-1948 St. Joseph's Hosp., Mitchell, SD following an illness lasting abt. 10 dys. had, however, never fully recovered from a major operation which he had abt. 3 yr.s ago. became critically ill Sun. 2-29-1948 was then taken to the Hosp. the following day. Funeral Mass St. Mary's Cath. Ch. Bur. St. Mary's Cath. Cem. b. 2-6-1881 Woodman, WI. came to SD 1908, 1st being engaged in business with his Bro., Thomas Murphy, at Salem, Sioux Falls, & Mitchell, SD. Later the Bro.s ranched near Kodoka, SD for a few yr.s. Returning to Salem he m. Clara Heying 6-24-1912. 2 chldn b. to them, Patrick & Madeline, both survive. During the yr.s the family has lived in Salem he has been engaged in various businesses having operated a soft drink parlor, an oil station, & an ice house. He had attained the age of 67 yr.s. survivors include widow, Clara Murphy; son Patrick Murphy, Sioux Falls, SD; & dau., Mrs. John (Madeline) Doyle, Fort Dodge, IA. One Sis., Mrs. Johanna Campbell, Mason City, IA; 3 Bro.s, Luke, James, & Arthur, all Woodman, WI; & 4 gchldn.
[NI090908] Salem Special, Salem, SD 11-6-1975 Funeral serv.s 11-5-1975 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem for Frank Rayman. bur. St. Mary's Cem. s/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rayman, b. Salem, SD 3-30-1896. lived entire life in the Salem vicinity where he was a farmer. m. Alma Heying 9-7-1925 Salem. d. very suddenly at his farm home 11-3-1975 age 79. survived by wife, Salem; son, James Rayman, Salem, SD; dau.s, Joan (Mrs. William Eickman), Salem; & Janet (Mrs. Dean Ziebarth), St. James, MN; 1 Bro., Vern, Salem, 3 Sis.s; Mrs. Tress Bies, Missoula, MT; Mrs. Clara Cook, Sun City, AZ; & Mrs. Hilda Gockel, Mercer Island, WA
[NI090922] Dyersville Commercial Jul 3 1930 Mr Joseph LANGEL, 1 of the best known citizens of this part of DuBuque Co., d. Finley Hosp., DuBuque, last Sun. death came quite suddenly, following a heart attack. 10 dys before he suffered as attack of acute appenditis & he was taken to the hosp. where an operation was prefoemed immediately. He passed thru the ordeal alright & was on the road to recovery. Sun. he had been taken to the sun porch at the hosp., as he had been taken the dy before & enjoyed a visit with memb. of the family. Sun. eve. was suddenly stricken with a heart attack & d. in a few min.s. Mrs. LANGEL was at his bedside when he passed away. The news of his death was recieved with keen regret by his friends in this part of the Co. Mr. LANGEL b. 23 Aug 1863 Luxemburg, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Adolph LANGEL, pioneers of Luxemburg. spent chldhood in the distrist & parochial schools. m. Katherine HEYING 19 Feb. 1889, Holy Trinity Ch., by Father Oberbroeckling. lived on a farm 2 mi.s east of Dyersville for 2 yrs. Moved to Templeton, IA & farmed for 10 yrs then returned to DuBuque Co. had 11 chldn, 10 whom are living. Katherine d. infancy; 4 sons: Vitis, Dyersville; Hugo, New Vienna; Joseph & Norbert, at home; 6 dau.s: Dorothy w/o John WENTE, Dyersville; Teckla w/o Edward JOHANNES, Dyersville; Zita w/o Wm JOHANNES, Duersville; Veronica w/o Rew LOECKE, Greeley, IA; Agatha w/o James GIROUEX, New Vienna; & Sister Mary Ewaldins of the order of Servants of the Holy Ghost, Techny, IL; 19 gchldn. 6 bro.s & 3 sis.s: Theodore, LaMars, IA; Henry & Clemens, Templeton; Barney & Jhon, Dyersville; Frank, Luxemburg; Anna w/o Joseph WEGMANN, Templeton; Mrs. Elizabeth WEGMANN, Petersburg; Katherine w/o Anton STEFFEN, DuBuque. 1 sis. Mary preceded him in death. For many yrs was Pres. of the Golden Star Creamery Co. & mem. of R.C.M.P.S.
[NI090934] Olivia went into the convent & took the name Sis. M.Ewaldins, in 1947 She was at St. Marys Hosp., Waterloo, IA. She was a mem. of the Order of Servants of the Holy Ghost of Techny, IL.
[NI090958] Mrs Frank (Helen) HEYING, a former res. of Luxemburg. d. Sun, Jun 11 1922, 5:30 o'clock She had been ill several mo.s. Cause of death pneumonia. 40 yrs old. b. Luxemburg d/o Mr & Mrs Barney KEUTER, Petersburg, NE. attended rural & parochial schools. 23 yrs ago m. Frank Heying , Holy Trinity Ch., Rev. Father Oberbroeckling. Mar 1906 they moved to Petersburg, NE & settled on a farm that was very successful. Had 11 chldn Albion, Arthur, Leonard, Malinda, Raymond, Alfred, Frances, Florentine, Lucia, Deloras, & Rosemond. Also survived by parents & following sis.s & bro.s: Mary, w/o Henry FROEHLE, Luxemburg, IA; Katie, w/o Peter ENGLER, Stuart, NE; Theresa, w/o Martin DeWILL, Elgin, NE; Frances, w/o Joseph WIEHN, Petersburg, NE; Henry, Stuart, NE; John & George, Petersburg, NE; Herman, Otis, CO. funeral from family home to Cath. Ch., Petersburg, NE, Bur. Ch. Cem. Atkinson NE Graphic Jan 13 1950 Funeral serv. held Mon. am for 11 yr. res. at St Joseph Cath. Ch., this city, Rev.A.A.LEHMEN, Pastor.
[NI090961] Adopted Carol Watkins
[NI091002] O.S.B. Leona "Sis. Bernard" HEYING
[NI091006] Richmond Reporter Nov 4 1943 Mrs Ernest HEYING d. last Fri.age56 Cause of death Cancer. was ailing for the past several yrs. b. 12 Feb 1887, New Vienna, IA. 19 Jan 1909 m. Ernest HEYING. lived on a farm in IA. 23 yrs ago they moved to Mantador, ND & farmed there 8 yrs. after which they moved to a farm between Belgrade & Brooten. After 6 yrs. of farming they moved to Richmond. had 13 chldn, all survive w/hus. chldn are: Sylvester, Masonville, IA; Ambrose, on a farm 3 mi.s NW, Richmond; Mary Ann, at home; Gilbert, Pearl Lake; Mrs. Alphonse TORBORG, Richmond; Corp. Elmer, stationed, Africa; Tech Sgt Leander stationed, India; Mrs. Frank HUEZEK, Chicago, IL; Jerome, Spring Hill; Paul, Navy stationed, Stillwater, OK; Genevieve, Minneapolis, MN; Ernest, Jr. & Dolores, at home; also 4 sis.s: Mrs Joseph RUEBENER, Worthington, IA; Mrs John RIES, New Vienna; Mrs John STRUM, Watkings; Mrs Margaret ELENZ, Woodworth, IA. Funeral serv. from St peter & Paul Ch., Rev. Father Marion.
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Simon H Lepley State: PA Dist: 0163 Color: W Age: 57 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0019 Co.: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 02600460 Other Residents:
Wife Mary H 51, PA
Son Oscar A 19, PA
George Lee sold land to John Wertz in Cumberland Valley Twp. in 1823.
George Lee/Mary Wertz family. They are found on the 1820 census in Cumberland Valley Twp. living next to Paul Wertz. They list 5 males under the age of 10, 1 male 26-44; 1 female under the age of 10 & 1 female 26-44. On the 1830 census there are 7 males & George & 3 females & Mary. John & Paul Wertz listed just before them & Harry Wertz just after them. So it appears there might have been 10 chldn b. to George & Mary unless some of these are not their chldn.
1850 Census W Providence Twp, Bedford Co, PA214/215
39/39 Jacob DUNKLE, 33, Farmer, $400, Pa.
Matilda, 28, Pa.
Mary J., 9, school
Margaret, 7, school
Simon, 5, school
Henry E., 1
Barbara LEE, 22
Benjamin LEE, 24, Laborer
1850 Census Cumberland Valley Twp, Bedford, PA Sep 9 Thos Hughes
26 29 29 Werts Paul 59 M Farmer 2,000 Pa
Werts Mary 47 F Pa
Werts Mary 23 F Pa
Werts Joseph 21 M Farmer Pa
Werts Rebecca 19 F Pa
Werts Jacob 17 M Pa
Werts Elizabeth 13 F Pa
Werts William 11 M Pa
Werts David 9 M Pa
Werts Harriet 7 F Pa
Werts Sophia 7 F Pa
Werts Martha 5 F Pa
Werts Werts 1 M Pa
[NI091017] COOK.- Apr 14 1882, Herman J., s/o J. M. & E. S. Cook, Somerset, 8 yrs 1 mo 4 dys.
1870 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated 9 Jul 1870 by Hiram J. Boytz
34 201 201 Berkeypile Gidion 45 M W farmer 4,000 3,600 Pa
35 201 201 Berkeypile Lucy 38 F W wife Pa
36 201 201 Berkeypile Jane E 19 F W at home Pa
37 201 201 Berkeypile Martha 16 F W at home Pa
38 201 201 Berkeypile Mary 10 F W at home Pa
39 201 201 Berkeypile John 7 M W at home Pa
40 201 201 Berkeypile William H 2 M at home Pa
1880 Federal Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator O.W.Williamson Pg 12, 11 Jun 1880
435B 22 102 107 Berkebile Gideon W M 55 Farmer PA PA PA
435B 23 102 107 Berkebile Louisa W F 46 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
435B 24 102 107 Berkebile John A. W M 16 Son PA PA PA
435B 25 102 107 Berkebile William H. W M 12 Son PA PA PA
435B 26 102 107 Berkebile Fernanda W M 9 Son PA PA PA
Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index
Emanuel J Berkebile State: PA Enumeration District: 0156 Color: W Age: 50 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0197 County: Somerset Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00470260 Other Residents:
Wife Sydney 44, Pennsylvania
Daughter Naoma Pearl 09, Pennsylvania
Father John 78, Pennsylvania
1850 census Paint Twp., Somerset Co., PA
37 Miller, Nathan 30 M Farmer - 200 Acres
Miller, Elisabeth 29 F
Miller, Isabella 6 F
Miller, Jsaiah 5 M
Miller, Jeannette 4 F
Miller, Jethro 3 M
1910 PA Census Miracode Index
Ambrose Berkibch State: PA Enumeration District: 0138 Color: W Age: 35 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0320 County: Cambria Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00470215 Other Residents:
Wife Nora C 36, PA
Daughter Minnie M 09, PA
Mother-in-law Hester Lambert 65, PA
Johnstown Trib 8/8/1923 CENTRAL CITY, Aug. 7 - James E. Berkebile d Sun of heart trouble. He was 72 yrs old & survived by widow, Elizabeth Lambert Berkebile, & following chldn: Mrs. Doyal Wagner, Buckstown; Mrs. Wilson Powell, Otterbine; Mrs. Isaiah Hamer, Central City; Gideon Berkebile, Hooversville & Ora Berkebile, at home. 16 gchldn & 3 ggchldn also survive him, & following bros & sis': J. A. Berkebile, Central City, Mrs. Martha Maur, TX; Mrs. Philip Zimmerman, Cairnbrook; Howard Berkebile, Johnstown; Fernanda Berkebile, cashier of 1st Nat'l bank, Rockwood
1880 Census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA O.W.Williamson Pg 2, 3 Jun 1880
430B 27 15 16 Berkebile James W M 25 Farmer PA PA PA
Berkebile Elizabeth W F 30 Wife Keeping house PA PA PA
Berkebile Annie C. W F 7 Daughter PA PA PA
Berkebile Cora W F 6 Daughter PA PA PA
Berkebile Gertie M. W F 3 Daughter PA PA PA
Moyer Mary W F 15 Servant Servant PA PA PA
1900 census Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA 5 June 1900 Willis L. Powell
129B 53 24 25 Berkebile James Head W M Jan 1851 49 M 27 PA PA PA Farmer
Berkebile Elizabeth Wife W F July 1850 49 M 27 0 0 PA PA PA
Hamer Amy Daughter W F Feb 1872 27 M 2 2 0 PA PA PA
Powell Gertrud Dau W F May 1877 23 M 0/12 0 0 PA PA PA House Keeper
Powell Gideon Son W M May 1892 8 S PA PA PA 6
Powell Ora Son W M Aug 1893 6 S PA PA PA 5
PA 1910 Census Miracode Index
James E Berkebile State: PA Dist: 0159 Color: W Age: 59 B Pl: PA Visit: 0063 Co: Somerset Relation: Husb ImageNum: 00470298 Other Residents:
Wife Lizzie M 60, PA
Son Gideon H 17, PA
Son Orion C 16, PA
[NI091089] Kenneth was employed at Amer. Motors, Kenosha WI for 26 yrs & Anchor Coupling, Libertyville, IL for 13 yrs. Memb. of Civil Defense Ambulance E.M.T. before it became the Zion Rescue Dept & was an International Rep. for United Auto Workers (U.A.W) union for 16 yrs. He loved horse racing & attended the Kentucky Derby on numerous occasions. Kenneth also loved to play the piano, he played by ear (he couldn't read music), & was quite good. According to the family stories as told by Elsie Jane Sutton nee. McNeil, he sometimes played in Chicago nightclubs where he met Al Capone. It is said that Capone liked to hear him play & came to Kenosha on at least one occaision to hear him do so. Kenneth d. from cancer May 19 1979, Zion, IL. Funeral serv.s at Congdon Funeral Home, Zion May 23 1979 1:30 pm, Rev Willis Mayfield officiated. More About Kenneth Jay McNeil: Cause of Death: Cardio Respiratory Failure, Cerebral Thrombosis, Cerebral Metastasis of Carcinom Bur. Mt. Olivet Mem. Pk, Zion, Lake Co., IL Medical Information: Far advanced carcinoma urinary bladder
[NI091090] Elizabeth, or Grandma Betty, was always singing or humming, & almost always baking or cooking. She always smelled of Lillac water & cookie dough. Grandma was always feeding everybody, that was her way of making everything right with the world. She never drove, I don't think that she ever had a license, or had ever attempted to try. She didn't need to, Grampa took her where ever she had to go. She would chase us kids around with her false teeth. The faster we ran, & the more we screamed, the harder she laughed. She thought that it was about the funiest trick she could ever play. Grandma passed away May 30 1980, the Doctors all said that it was Heart Disease. She loved my Grandfather so much, that after his death, she ended up in a nrsg home. She just seemed to loose her zest for life. She d. 1 yr & 11 dys after Grandpa, of a broken heart. Cause of Death: Arterioscleroric Heart Disease Bur. Mt. Olivet Memorial Park, Zion, Lake Co., IL. Jun 17 1931 graduated Osceola Twp Hi School.
[NI091110] Civil War Vet., he serv. 1863-1865, C co. 4th IA CAR. He once owned the stage line from New London to Shawano, WI. In Clintonville, WI he owned a barber shop & billiard room. He is listed in 1880 Fed. census as follows; Jackson, Richard, age 33, Occup. barber, b. VA, Father b. VA, Mother b. VA, Race Mulatto. Wife, Julia, Age 20, Occup. housewife, b. WI, Father b. Canada, Mother b. Canada, Race White. In 1905 WI State census he is listed as follows; Jackson, Richard, Black, Male, Married, Age 55, b. MI, Parents b. MI, Occup. Merchant, Ownership of house - Rented house. Wife, Julia, White, Married, Age 45, b. Canada, Parents b. Canada. Chldn, Jinnie E., dau. age 20; Henry R., son, age 17; Georgia, dau., age 12; Helen, dau., age 10; Rachel, dau. age 6. More About Richard Jackson: bur. Graceland Cem., Clintonville, Waupaca Co., WI
[NI091115] 2 yrs after Mary & Joseph were m, they emigrated to US, Her parents accompanied them. In 1873 they came to the town of Bear Creek to take their resid. on a farm. More About Mary Ellen Jolin: Bur Graceland Cem, Clintonville, WI
[NI091132] Never married
[NI091206] West River Progress, DuPree, SD, Thu Aug 22 1974 Serv. for Herman Peter EULBERG, 86, Pioneer of DuPree held Sat Aug 17 Sacred Heart Ch., DuPree. Rev Fr Paul CASPER & Rev Fr George PRINGER. bur. Ch. Cem. d. Aug 13 Rapid City Rehab Hosp. & Nrsg Ctr where he had lived for the past several yrs., b. Dec 24 1887, Atlon, IA. m. Victoria HEYING Aug 22 1911, Hospers, IA. Survivers 3 sons, Albion, Worland, WY; Rollin, DuPree, SD; James, St Louis, MO; & dau., Cora, w/o Albinus DOSCH, DuPree, SD; 19 gchldn 3 ggchldn. Preceded in death by wife, 1 infant son, 12 bro.s & 6 sis.s.
[NI091354] Garnavillo Trib Thu Nov 2 1950 Funeral serv.s Mon. morn. for Sylvester J. BERNS, 39, d. Thu Mercy Hosp., Iowa City. been ill serveral yr.s. b. Feb 5 1911, Farmersburg Twp., s/o Herman & Anna BERNS. m. Katheryn WERNKE, Nov 22 1932, Luxemburg. farmed until 1936 when they moved to Garnavillo & since then operated a tavern here. survived by wife 2 dau.s, Mrs Phyllis DIETRICH, Garnavillo & Virgene at home; mother, Garnavillo, Bro., Cyril, Farmersburg Twp., & 7 Sis.s, Sis. Mary Marcellus, Xavier Hosp., DuBuque, Sis. Marty Petra, Sacred Heart, DuBuque, Mrs Herbert KOOPMEN, Garnavillo, Mrs Francis BORTCHELLER, Oyens, Mrs James MC TAGGART, Strawberry Point & Tereas & Eunoce BERNS both Garnavillo. preceded in death by father & Bro. Rev Father L.C. IEKEL officiated at High Mass St Joseph's Ch.. bur. St. Joseph Cem. Also Survived a gdau. Yolonda Kay DIETRICH.
[NI091355] Garnavillo Trib Thu Apr 8 1971 Funeral serv.s Tue., St. Joseph's Cath. Ch. for Lorenzo BACKHAUS, 66, d. Fri Apr 2 1971 St. Marys Hosp., Rochester, MN, where he was a patient 11 dys. Mr BACKHAUS had been in poor health the past 2 yr.s. Rev. Norbert Showalter, St. Josephs Ch., officiated; bur. Ch. Cem. b. Sep 25 1904, Garnavillo Twp., s/o August BACKHAUS & Emma MEIER BACKHAUS; m. Jun 19 1952 Kathryn WERNKE BERNS, DuBuque. retired farmer. Surviving are wife; 2 step-dau.s, Mrs Leroy (Phillis) DIETRICH, DuBuque & Mrs Steve (Virgene) TOWLE, Paw Paw, MI; 8 gchldn 3 Sis.s; Mrs Claude (Grace) C. ALLAGHAN, Edina, MN; Miss Burnette BACKHAUS, Chicago; & Mrs C.O. (Margaret) MARSH, Castalia, IA.
[NI091489] OBIT Salem Spec., Salem, SD 11-24-1988 Funeral Mass Mary G. HOENSCHEID 11-21-1988 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. bur. Ch. Cem. d/o Christian & Anna (Miller) Hoenscheid, b 1-30-1904, Odell, IL. came to the Salem area with family 1920. graduated from Salem Hi School 1923 & taught in rural schools for 2 yr.s. 9-22-1925 m. Marvin J. Reif, Salem. After m. worked for Salem Produce, Albert Hipschman Produce, & many yr.s Farmers Trading Post. hus. d. 1985. Mary d. 11-18-1988 , Mom & Dads Nrsg Home, Sioux Falls, SD, age 84. Survivors include; son, Dan Reif, Sioux Falls, SD; 2 dau.s, Mrs. Roland (Audrey) Bauer, Spencer, SD; & Mrs. Jake (Shirley) Breidenbach, Wheatland, WY; 9 gchldn 17 ggchldn; Sis., Anna Streff, Schuyler, NE. preceded in death by parents, hus., 2 bro.s, & 1 sis.
[NI091493] OBIT Salem Spec., Salem, SD 12-29-1983 Funeral Mass for Thelma Reif held at St. Mary's Ch. 12-28-1983. Thelma Keefe b. 12-31-1907, Spencer, SD d/o Clyde & Ethel Fultz Keefe. She lived in the Spencer/Salem area all her life & m. Leo Reif at Salem on 7-20-1926. Survivors hus., Leo, 1 dau., Mrs. Dale (Carole) Bruhn, Wichita, KS; 1 gson, Darrin Bruhn, Wichita, KS; & 1 bro., Willard Keefe, Comptche, CA. Preceded in death by parents, 1 infant son, & 2 bro.s. bur.: St. Marys Cem, Salem, SD
[NI091497] Salem Special, Salem, SD 12-25-1986 Funeral serv.s Verene M. Burnham 12-20-1986 St. Matthew's Luth. Ch., Spencer, SD. bur. Spencer Cem. d/o Vernal & Lucy (Mc Cullough) Reif, b. 12-15-1935 near Salem, SD. grew up Salem area. 7-27-1953 m. Byron Burnham in Luverne, MN. lived entire m. life Salem-Spencer area. worked for several yr.s at Colonial Manor Nrsg Home, Salem & past 9 yr.s worked at Raven Industries, Salem. d. 12-18-1986 St. Joseph's Hosp., Mitchell, SD. age 51. Survivors include: her hus.; 5 dau.s, Mrs. Mark (Mary Jo) Kobernusz, Brandon, SD; Mrs. Craig (Bonita) Mc Kusker, Marengo, IA; Brenda Burnham, Mitchell, SD; Mrs. Jim (Lori) Mose, Milford, IA; & Amy Burnham at home; 5 gchldn; her mother, Lucy Reif, Salem; & Bro., Bill Reif, Spencer. preceded in death by father.
[NI091499] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD 5-25-1989 Funeral Mass Joe A. Wahle 5-26-1989 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. bur. Ch. Cem. s/o Anton & Louisa (Knoblauch) Wahle, b. 10-28-1896, Salem. grew up Salem area. 5-2-1922 m. Leona Reif, Salem. lived his entire life on the farm where b. grandfather had homesteaded the farm. Leona d. 1986 & Joe d. 5-23-1989 at his farm home. Survivors include; son Verl Ray Wahle, Salem; dau., Mrs. Harold (Joan Mae) Stiefvater, Salem, SD; 15 gchldn 20 ggchldn; & Sis., Coletta Roling, Salem. preceded in death by parents, wife, 2 Bro.s Albert & Leo, Sis. Ann, & 2 gchldn.
[NI091504] OBIT Salem Special 5-11-1972 Funeral Mass 5-10-1972 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD Leo Wahle. bur. St. Mary's Cem. s/o Anton & Louise Wahle, b. Salem, SD 5-21-1901. lived entire life Salem area & farmed, Emery Twp. m. Miss Alvina Reif, Salem, SD 9-5-1922. d. suddenly at Mitchell, SD Hosp. from an apparent heart attack 5-7-1972 age 70. survived by wife, Alvina, Salem; dau., Mrs. Lou (Cleo) Silvagni, Burbank, CA; son, Dennis Wahle, Sioux Falls, SD; 7 gchldn 2 ggchldn; 2 Sis.s, Mrs. Ben (Coletta) Roling, Salem, SD; & Mrs. Anna Stark, Richmond, CA; 2 Bro.s, Joe Wahle, Salem, SD; & Albert Wahle, Pringle, SD. Both bur. St. Marys Cem, Salem, SD
[NI091516] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD 11-4-1982 Serv.s Florence Campbell, 74, held 10-28-1982, Behrens Mortuary Rev Paul Lupkes officiating. Bur. Black Hills Nat'l Cem. d. 10-24-1982, Rapid City Regional Hosp. b. 8-22-1908, Salem d/o Perry & Emma Hall. educated in Salem & graduated from Huron College. m. Henry Raue 1935, Salem. After he d., she m. Lew Campbell Feb 1948, Salem. She taught schools in Mc Cook Co. Dist. for several yr.s. 1958 moved to Rapid City & worked at St. Johns Hosp. for several yr.s. memb. of 1st Presby. Ch., Rebekah Lodge, Canyon Lake Sr Citizens Ctr & Retired Teachers Assc. Survivors 3 sons, Philip Raue, Egypt, Camden Raue, Rapid City & Ray Campbell, Denver, & 4 gchldn. Preceded in death by 2 hus.s & 1 bro.
[NI091520] OBIT Salem Special, Salem, SD 12-8-1983 Funeral John A. "Jack" Lanners St. Mary's Cath. Ch. 12-7-83. bur. St. Mary's Cem.. Pallbearers Russell Ball, Lester Garry, Gene Heiberger, Roger Reif, Barney Roling & James Rayman. b. near Bridgewater, SD 10-28-1901 s/o Michael & Mary Welbes Lanners. m. Helen Raue at Salem, SD 6-4-1940. Jack farmed for many yr.s in Salem & Bridgewater areas. 1979 retired from farming & moved with wife into Salem where they lived ever since. d. Sun 12-4-1983, Colonial Manors Nrsg Home, Salem. Survivors wife, Helen, Salem, 2 sons, Michael, Laguna hills, CA & Edward, Foster City, CA, 2 gchldn. Preceded by parents, 2 sis.s, Anna Heiberger & Josie Garry & 2 bro.s, Nick & Martin Lanners
[NI091526] They lived Oakland CA for many yrs. After retiring they moved to Navarro, CA & then to Comptche, CA. After Willard died Alice moved to San mateo to live with dau. Karen.
[NI091527] A religious nun who took the name Sis. Mary Ardice mem. of Sis.s of St Dominic & works in the San Francisco Bay area
[NI091537] John R. DOYLE, 82, 1420 4th Ave, S., d. Jan 4 1996, Trinity Regional Hosp. Following a sudden Illness. Mem. Mass of Christian Bur. 10 am Mon Sacred Heart Ch. Rev Harry McApline Officiating. Body will be donated to Creighton University School of Med. of Medicine, Ohaha, NE Survivors wife, Madeline, dau. Mary Jo HABERMAN Rochester, MN sons Patrick, Murfreesbro, TN, Robert Cedar Rapids, IA Larry, Thomas & Steven, all Ford Dodge, IA, 10 gchldn 10 ggchldn bro. James DOYLE, Blunt, SD & sis.s Ann DOYLE, & Patricia KELLY, both Sarasota, FL Mary WATERSON, Bloomingberg, NY, Agnes HENGLE, & Josephine ROCHE, Fort Pierre, SD, & Virginia FORD, Newport Beach, CA. preceded in Death by parents, 2 Bro.s & 1 Sis. John R. DOYLE b. May 2 1913, Pierre, SD & graduated from Pierre High School 1931. attended Dakota State University & graduated from Augustana College in Sioux Falls SD. 1936. 1937 m. Madeline MURPHY in Salem, SD & established Their home in Sioux Falls, SD. employed by Gambles-Skogmo 38 yr.s in sale & at the time of retirement was zone superintendent. served USArmy in European Theater WW II. 1962 moved to Fort Dodge, IA Recpeint of Purple Heart & Conduct Infantry Badge. 1987 Inducted into Football hall of Fame at Augustana College. memb. Knights of Columbus council 613 & Disabled Amerc. Vet.s.
[NI091549] Salem Special, Salem, SD May 18, 1995 Funeral Mass for Donna May Rayman May 12 1995 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. Mass celebrated by Fr Joseph Ripp. Bur. St. Mary's Cem.. Pallbearers James Rayman Jr., Robert Rayman, Daryl Rayman, David Rayman, Kevin Rayman, & Keith Rayman. Donna May Kuhns b. Mar 24 1928 Alexandria, SD d/o Forrest & Dora (Tunnicliff) Kuhns. attended school in Alexandria through sophomore yr. finished school at Canistota High School, grad. 1946. attended Sioux Falls College & obtained teaching certificate there. m. James Rayman at St. Mary's, Salem Oct 23 1947. taught in a country school near Canistota for 2 yr.s. Donna lived & farmed with hus.near Salem for many yr.s. moved into Salem 1980 & wintered in Moore Haven, FL for the past 7 yr.s. passed away at home, Salem May 9 1995 after a long illness. Survivors hus., James, Salem; 5 dau.s; Colleen Hoyle, Franklinton, NC; Mary Rayman, Denver, CO; Ellen Bartscher, Blue Earth, MN; Patricia Mc Connell, Colorado Springs, CO; Robin Rayman, Salem; 6 sons; James Jr., Youngsville, NC; Robert, Salem; Daryl, Conconully, WA; David, Salem; Kevin, Gregory, SD; Keith, Tracy, MN; 22 gchldn; 2 ggchldn; & 1 Sis., Carol Beall, Las Vegas, NV. preceded in death by parents, 1 Bro. & 1 gson.
1850 census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
597-69 Sturtz John 28 M Labourer PA
Julian 28 F PA
Mary 12 F PA
Elizabeth 10 F PA
Lydia 8 F PA
Susan 6 F PA
Phineas 3 M PA
[NI092027] Salem Special, Salem, SD 11-10-1988 Funeral Mass Douglas T. Reif Wed 11-9-1988 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD. bur. Ch. Cem. Douglas T. Reif, s/o Jerome & Julieann (Streff) Reif, b. 4-20-1967 Sioux Falls, SD. grew up in Salem. May 1987 grad. Salem High School. employee of Colonial Manor Nursing Home, Salem the past 4 mo.s. d. near Salem 11-5-1988 having reached the age of 21 yr.s. survived by parents, Jerome (Jim) & Julieann Reif, Salem, SD; 7 Bro.s & Sis.s, Mrs. Neil (Grace) Norton, Aberdeen, SD; James J. Reif, Okinawa; Jerry, Rozanna, Jason, Joy, & Julian Reif, all Salem; & gparents, Ernest & Isabelle Reif, Salem
[NI092054] Salem Special, Salem, SD Aug 29 1996 Funeral Mass Rolland Bauer Aug 28 1996 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Spencer, SD. Father Pius Mardian celebrated Mass with Deacon Jim Walden assisting. bur. Spencer Cem. Pallbearers Leonard Bauer, Roger Bauer, Tom Heumiller, Ryan Eldeen, Rick Wagner, & Doug Hoiten. b. Apr 29 1931 near Alvord, IA attended schools, Farmer, Alexandria, & Spencer, SD. served Army Mar 1948-Aug 1949. m. Audrey Reif, St. Mary's Ch., Salem, SD Nov 29 1952. worked heavy equipment oper. on dam & rd construction projects SD, KS, CO, & WY. In recent yr.s lived, Spencer working as an independent trucker & mechanic. d. at his home, Spencer Aug 24 1996. Survivors wife, Audrey, Spencer; son, Brad Bauer, Sioux Falls, SD; dau.-in-law Sheila, Mitchell, SD; 3 gsons, Tristan, Tyler & Tanner; mother, Lula Bauer, Spencer, SD; 5 Bro.s: Delbert m. Vera, Casper, WY; Alvin m. Darla, Norfolk, NE; Glenn m. Selma, Spearfish, SD; Dean m. Sharon, Maple Grove, MN; James m. Mary, Spencer, SD; 8 Sis.s: Helen Hilgenberg m.Paul, Mitchell, SD; Dorothy Wagner m.Norman, Spencer, SD; Donna Selken, Brandon, SD; Shirley Heumiller m.Cletus, Montrose, SD; Karen Hansen m.Milo, Mitchell, SD; Virginia Eldeen m.Arnold, Spencer, SD; Carla Eldeen m.Barry, Burnsville, MN; Kathy Bauer, Mitchell, SD; & many nieces & nephews. preceded in death by father 1966 & Bro., Junior, 1950.
[NI092090] Salem Special, Salem, SD May 23, 1996 The funeral Mass, Jean A. Peterson May 17, 1996 St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem, SD by Rev Joseph Ripp. bur. St. Mary's Cem. Pallbearers were Eric Peterson, Adam Peterson, Wade Rayman, Vince Weber, Bob Rayman, & Jeff Deters. She b. Mar 8 1960 Sioux Falls, SD d/o Vearl Ray & Annella (Weber) Wahle. grew up near Salem, SD & attended St. Mary's grade school in Salem. grad. from Salem High School 1978. m. Robert Peterson St. Mary's Cath. Ch., Salem Jul 29 1978. After m. lived Salem area where hus.farmed. returned to school & grad. from Dakota State Univ., Madison, 1995. employed for the past yr. as a special ed. preschool teacher by the Cornbelt Ed. Coop. d. may 15 1996 of complications from cancer after a brief stay, Sioux Valley Hosp., Sioux Falls, SD. Survivors include hus., Robert, Salem, SD; son, Lance & dau., Andrea, both Salem, SD; parents, Vearl & Annella Wahle, Salem, SD; & Bro.s & Sis.s, Madonna Mc Quisten, Sioux Falls, SD; Raymond Wahle, Sioux Falls, SD; Mary Holt, Trenton, IL; Ronald Wahle, Omaha NE; James Wahle, Salem, SD; & Michael Wahle, Huron, SD. preceded in death by son Joshua, & gparents.
[NI092093] Salem Special, Salem, SD 5-30-1968 Daniel J. Stiefvater, 18, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Harold Stiefvater, & a memb. of St. Mary's High School grad. class last Wed. eve., d. suddenly late Sat. night 5-25-1968 following an accident outside the Salem National Guard Armory during the teen-age dance. Funeral Mass for the youth, St. Mary's Ch. bur. St. Mary's Cem. oldest s/o Mr. & Mrs. Harold Stiefvater, b. 3-25-1950 Mitchell, SD. lived entire life Salem vicinity. grad. class of 1968, St. Mary's High School last Wed.. At awards night at the school 5-20-1968 he had been named recipient of a $200 scholarship to morningside College, Sioux City for placing 3rd in the livestock judging contest held in Sioux City earlier this yr. memb. of the Salem High School Future Farmers of Amer. chapter & had participated in the contest with other memb.s of the FFA chpt. survived by parents; 5 Bro.s, David, Robert, Bradley, Nick & Kenneth; 3 Sis.s, Nannett, Kathleen & Mary Beth; his maternal gparents, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Wahle, & his paternal gmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stiefvater, all Salem. preceded in death by 1 Bro., Ronald, in 1954, & his paternal gfather in 1956.
[NI092135] Salem Special, Salem, SD 6-7-1979 Funeral Mass, Rory Ridgeway 6-2-1979 Holy Spirit Cath. Ch., Mitchell, SD. bur. St. Mary's Cem., Salem, SD. s/o Mrs. Rita Ridgeway, b. 1-20-1962 Valentine, NE. moved to Mitchell 1964 with family & lived there ever since. At the time of death was a student at Mitchell Sr. High School & had also been a memb. of the school wrestling team. Rory passed away at the Methodist Hosp., Mitchell 5-31-1979. Survivors include mother, Bro., John, Mitchell, SD & gparents Mr. & Mrs. Ray Reif, Salem, SD. preceded in death by Sis., Dawn.
[NI092273] Career U.S. Coast Guard, statIoned aloong the west coat, spend a few yr. in AK retired and moved to Port Angeles, WA