Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals NEBRASKA ANCESTREE
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Submitted by: Violet Mohlman, 3216 - 16th St., Columbus, NE 68601
PLATTE COUNTY, NE MARRIAGES 1869--1871
18 July 1869 Peter REIHEINER & Elizabeth MURIE, both of Platte Co. m. by John W. EARLY, JP 26 July 1869 Benjamin RISHEAN, 21, b. Canada, s/o John RISHEAN & Sophia OURMAT Alice SMITH, 16, b. Iowa. d/o John SMITH and Charada CLARK by E.W. TONCRAY, Probate Judge Witness: Charada SMITH. 12 Aug. 1869 Henry BAKENHUS, 28, s/o Fred BAKENHUS & Catherine BARCHERS of Platte Co. Anna WILKE, 22, d/o Henry WILKE & Catherine ARMSE, of Platte Co. by E.W. TONCRAY. Wit; Henry LUSCHE. 21 Aug. 1869 Edward STRAUB, 34, of Platte Co., s/o John STRAUB & Anna HAYER. b. Saxony Sena SAGESERS, 25, of Platte Co., d/o J. AGESERS & Mary BERGERT, b. Switzerland. m. by E.W. TONCRAY, Probate Judge. Witness: G. ROSENBERGER 5 Sept. 1870 (application signed 1869) Frederick BATTLES, 38 of Platte Co. s/o Wm. BATTLES and Eureka SEVEREUT. b. Prussia Sarah BROOKS, 31, of Platte Co. b. England. Dau of George BROOKS & Jane BROMLY 4 Oct. 1869 Charles HUDSON, 21, of Platte Co. b. England. s/o H.J. HUDSON & Sarah SHEFFORD Isabella WRIGHT, 18, of Platte Co. b. Scotland. d/o Peter WRIGHT & Helen MURIE m. by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Sarah HUDSON & Peter MURIE. 1 NOV. 1869 William ERNST, 28, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. s/o Samuel ERNST & Catherine AGER Eliza HUFFER, 25, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. d/o Andrew HUFFER & Eliza BATE. m, by E.W. TONCRAY, Probate Judge. Wit: Jacob ERNST
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Platte County Marriages continued:6 Nov. 1869 Vincent KUMMER, 45) of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Son of John KUMMER & Elizabeth NEYFFENEGGER Rosina GERBER, 24, of Platte Co. Dau. of Jacob GERBER and Eliza GIGAX. b. Switzerland. m. by E.W. TONCRAY, Probate Judge. Wit: J. ROCKLY & J.G. BECKER 4 Dec. 1869 Arnold SCHAAD, 30, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Son of John SCHAAD & Barbara BURKARD. Eliza LAMP, 26, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Dau. of John LAMP and Mary BACHE. m. by E.W. TONCRAY, Prob. Jud. Wit: A. MATHIES. 31 Jan. 1870 Jacob HELD, 24, of Platte Co. b. Wittenburg, Germany. Par: Jacob HELD and Catharine MUNSING. Anna ASCHE, 23, of Platte Co. b. Oldenburg, Germany. Par: Benhard ASCHE and Anne GLOSTERAAN. M. by I.N. TAYLOR, Prob. Jud. Wit: John HELD & w. & ch. 7 Feb. 1870 Jacob TSCHUTEN, 30, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. par: Martin TSCHUTEN and Frienn SAGASSER. Rosa BLASER, 24, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Par: J. BLASER and Rosa SAGESSER. m. by J. GARDNER, JR. Wit: Sophia BLASER 5 Feb. 1870 George Newton LAMB, 22, of Platte Co. b. Fairview, Fulton Co., Ill. Par: Issac LAMB and Janet HALL Anna Marie BURROWS, 16, of Platte Co. b. Cambria Co. PA. Par: Joseph BURROWS & Maria SANFORD. m by I.N. TAYLOR, Prob. Jud. Wit: Mrs. Sarah E. TAYLOR and Cornelius CRAVENS. 18 Feb. 1870 Christian A. MEEDEL, 37, of Platte Co. b. Hanover, Germany. Par: Frederick MEEDEL and Catharina BERGER. Lena B. FRENZEN, 22, of Platte Co. b. Wisc. Par: Nicholas FRENZEN and Margaret SCHABACH. m. Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Michael SMITH and Sarah HUDSON 26 Feb. 1870 Alfred Q. BROWN, 25, of Columbus. b. Ohio. Par. A.H. BROWN & Mary A. PALMER Lillie L. LATHROP. 19, of Columbus. b. Ohio. Par; H.N. LATHROP & Lillie L. JONES m. by S.P. VAN DOOZER, M of G. Wit: Mary A. MATTHEWS & Hanna MATTHEWS. 21 March 1670 John HOSMER, 34, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Par: Samuel HOSMER & Katherina LEDDERMAN. Mattie BREDERHOFF, 22) of Platte Co. b. Ger. Par: John BREDERHOFF. m. by Elder H.J. HUDSON, Wit: Peter MEYERS and John BREDERHOFF. 22 Mar. 1870 Henry MILLER, 40, of Platte Co. b. Hesse, Ger. Par: Ludwig MILLER and Juliana TIMBER. Anna Marie MARTE, 33, of Colfax Co. b. Switzerland. Par: Abraham SIMMEN and Barbary SCHNEIDER. m. by I.N. TAYLOR, Prob. Jud. 15 Apr. 1870 Henry RICKETT, 21, of Platte Co. b. Germany. Par. J.H. RICKETT & Mary LUSCHE Kate Mary WILKE, 23, of Platte Co. b. Ger. Dau of John WILKE. m. at Bluff Cottage by Jos. M. WILSON. wit: W.B. McCLUSKY & Jane M. WILSON 18 Apr. 1870 Frederich BEHLEN, 22, b. Germany. Son of John BEHLEN Eliza SCHNEIDER, 21, of Platte Co. b. Ger.Dau. of J.F. SCHNEIDER. M. by Will B. DALE, Mayor of Columbus. Wit: John RICKLY & Chas. A. SPEICE. 29 May 1870 Jacob NEFFENEGGER, 27, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Par: Jacob NEFFENEGGER and Barbara SPRUERMAN. Mariana LAMP, 23, of Platte Co. b Switzerland. Dau. of Jacob LAMP & Marian -- m. by J.O. SHANNON, JP. Witt Charles BREMER and John FISHER. 31 May 1870 Leander GERRARD, 32, of Columbus. b. England. Par: Joseph GERRARD & Adeline ALLEN. Bettie C. WEAVER, 18, of Columbus. b. Ohio. Par: Michael WEAVER & Dorothea HECKMAN. m. by Jos. M. WILSON, M.P. 4 July 1870 Dr. S.A. BONESTEEL, 29, of Columbus. b. Canada. Par: Peter BONESTEEL and Amelia Ann HESS. Louisa D. WEAVER, 20, of Columbus. b. Columbus, Ohio. Par: Michael WEAVER and Dorothea W. HECKMAN, M. by Jos. M. WILSON, Minister of the Gospel 7 Aug. 1870 Patrick HAYES, 25, b. Ireland. Par: Edward HAYES & Susan CARRIG Mary WALKER, 17, of Platte Co. h. Canada. Par: James WALKER and Ann WALKER m. by Rev. J.M. RYAN. Wit: Mr. MURPHY and Kate HAYES 14 Aug 1870 W.B. DODDRIDGE, 21, b. Circleville, Ohio. Par. Philip DODDRIDGE and Anna BROWN. Of Platte County. Frances L. BARNUM, 18, of Platte Co. b. Iowa. Par; Ury ? C. BARNUM and Marinda FULLER. m. by Henry C. SHAW. Pastor of Grace Church. 25 Aug 1870 Henry WELLMANN, 35, of Platte Co. b. Hanover, Germany. Par: Diearick WELLMANN, Katy WILKIN, 26, of Platte Co. b. Oldenburg, Ger. Par: Henry WILKIN and Katy AHERNE. m. by I.N. TAYLOR, Probate Judge
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Platte County Marriages continued:6 Oct. 1870 Abraham FRIEDLINE, 220 Of Platte Co. b. Somerset Co. PA. Par. Aaron FRIEDLINE and Catherine PILE. Sarah SMITH, 20, of Colfax Co. b. Somerset Co. PA. Par: Jacob SMITH & Sarah FRENCH. m by J.O. SHANNON, JR. Wit: Henry SMITH & Jacob KIFER 25 Nov. 1870 James ORR, 27, of Madison Co. b. Scotland. Par: William ORR and Ann LINN Ann Elizabeth HUGHS, 17, of Madison Co. b. Mississippi. Par. Philip HUGHS and ? McCABE. m. by J.M. RYAN, Pastor 4 Dec. 1870 Charles W. PERRY, 34, of Platte Co. b. Otsnejo Co., N.Y. Par: Neil PERRY and Mary NUTTING Elva A. HURLBUT, of Platte Co. b. Wisc. Par: Horace HURLBUT 6, Leeta, HOPNN? m. by I.N. TAYLOR, Judge. Wit: Henry C. LUDWIG, Sarah E. TAYLOR & others 5 Dec 1870 J.D. MARLIN, 37, b. N.Y. Par: Luke MARLIN and Mary BUSSENHAM of Schuyler, NE Jenny S. CHAMPLIN, 35, of Schuyler, Ne. b. Conn. m. by John E. ELLIOTT, pastor of Cong. Church. Wit: Mary A. ELLIOTT 24 Dec. 1870 Henry WELCH, 27, of Colfax Co. b. Dorsetshire, Eng. Par: Moses WELCH and Harriet ROWLINS Margaret PILLING, 17, of Platte Co. b. Lancashire, Eng. Par: Joseph PILLING and Mary DUERDING. m. by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Sarah HUDSON & Wm. SHEFFORD I Jan. 1871 Edward H. BAKER, 26, of Platte Co. b. Mich. Par: Hilman BAKER and Caroline E. COOK. Zilda SENECAL, 21, of Platte Co. b. Canada. Par: J.B. SENECAL. 23 Jan. 1871 James JONES, 21, of Platte Co. b. N.Y. PAR: James JONES & Ann ROYSTON. Jane Lewis WILLIAMS, 22, of Platte Co. b. Wales. Par: David WILLIAMS. 28 Jan 1871 Samuel IMHOFF, 31, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. PAR: Christ IMHOFF and Anna SANTCHI. Mary BLASER, 21, of Platte Co. b. Switzerland. Par; John BLASER & Rosa SEGESSER. m. by I.N. TAYLOR, Judge 15 Feb. 1871 Charles W. ZEIGLER, 24, of Platte Co. b. Columbiana Co., Ohio. Par: Perry ZEIGLER and Hannah MUSSER. Avis GERRARD, 41, of Platte Co. b. New Bedford, Mass. Par: Joseph GERRARD and Adeline ALLEN. m. by Jos. M. WILSON. 22 Feb. 1871 James H. GALLEY, 30, of Platte Co. b. Cheshire, Eng. PAR; James GALLEY and Ann W. WHITTAKER. Helen HUDSON, 20, of Platte Co. b. Sheffield, Eng. Par: Henry HUDSON and Sarah SHEFFORD. m. by Elder N.J. HUDSON. Wit: Chas THRUSH & H.P. COLLIDGE. 25 Feb. 1871 James KINNEAN, 27, of Colfax Co. b. Scotland. Par: William KINNEAN and Agnes FAIR Mena LEBENS, 24, of Platte Co. b. Prussia. Dau. of Andrew LEBENS and Caroline REINKE. m. by I.N. TAYLOR, Judge. Wit: Jos, GARDNER and Chas. LEBENS. 4 Mar. 1871 (License) Gunther ROSENBERGER, 35, b. Saxony. of Platte Co. PAR: Fredrick ROSENBERGER and Mary SAAL. Mary FLESHNER, 31, of Platte Co. b. Saxony. PAR: Henry FLESHNER & Elizabetto BERMAN. 7 Mar. 1871. Henry MAUER, 27, of Platte Co. b. Germany. PAR: Henry MAUER and Kate --- Phebe DEMMELL, b. PA. Par: Philip DEMMELL. 15 Apr. 1871 Vincent BOCK, 220 b. Prussia. Par: Lawrence BOCK & Mary KNATIE Mary LOCKNER, 16, b. New York. Par: Adam LOCKNER & Josephani ---. Both of Butler Co. m. by John E. ELLIOTT. 19 Apr. 1871 Denis DUGAN, 29, of Platte Co. b. County Cork, Ire. Par: Daniel DUGAN & Catharine KALEGHAN. Kathrine RAGAN, 27, of Platte Co. b. County Kerry, Ireland. Par: Richard RAGAN and Honorah CORYDON. m. by J.M. RYAN, Pastor. Wit: Mike DUGAN and Mrs. MURPHY. 28 Apr 1871 Martin BROETTNER, 31, of Madison Co. b. Prussia. Par: Gotlieb BROETTNER and Sophia VINTT. Annie KEVINGE, 18, of Platte Co. b. Prussia. m. at the house of Hy WELLMANN in Columbus by Elder H.J. HUDSON. 30 Apr. 1871 Patrick POWERS, 22, of Platte Co. b. Ire Par: Patrick POWERS and Mary LYONS. Mary BRANEGAN, 18, of Platte Co. b. Ire Par: Thos. BRANEGAN and Ellen CHERRON. 10 May 1871 Chas. DITTBOEME:R, 24, b. Prussia. Par: William DITTBOEMER & Charlotte PUFFOL Amelia BOHN, 20, b. Prussia. Par: Wm. BOHN & Henrietta SHEEFENBEIN. Both of Madison Co. m. by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Jacob LEWIS & Lewis HERR. 15 May 1871 Ephraim PILLING, 21, of Platte Co. b. Eng. Mother: Margaret PILLING Catharine CORDING, 33, of Colfax Co. b. Germany. Dau. of --- HOLMAN. Wit: ___ WELLMAN and Aug. GOGOLL.
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Platte County Marriages continued:20 May 1871 William SMITH, 28, b. Ire. Par: Mich. SMITH & Mary RILEY. Sabina RENEHAN, 24, b. Ire. Par; John RENEHAN & Sarah McELROY. both of Butler Co. m. by John E. ELLIOTT, Pastor of Cong. Church. 25 June 1871 J.H. HARNEY, 24, b. Boston, Mass. Par. Jas. HARNEY and Hanorah C ---- Mary MANY, 18, b. Canada. both of Platte Co. Par: Nichael MANEY and Nancy DONNELLY. m. by J.N. RYAN. Wit: Thos. and Kate LYONS. 3 July 1871 Frederick LOHM, 23, b. Switzerland. Par: John LOHM and Mary DICK. Christina M. RUFF, 18, b. Ohio. Both of Platte Co. Par: Mathias RUFF and J. PIFFER. m. in Jackson, Platte Co. Ne. by H.C. SHAW, Rector of St. Stephen's Church, Silver Creek, at the house of Edward JOHNSON. Wit: Edward JOHNSON, Mary JOHNSON, Mathias RUFF and others. 14 July 1871 Robert UHLIG, 25, b. Prussia. Par: Wm. UHLIG and Augusta LUNGER. Josephine LOCHNER, 18, of Butler Co. b. Rochester, N.Y. Par: Adam LOCHNER & Josephine FLICKER. m. at the house of My. WELLMAN. Wit: Hy WELLMAN and V. KUMMER. 5 July 1871 Thomas LAMB, 28, of Merrick Co. b. Ire. Par: Patrick LAMB & Mary GLENN Kate LYONS, of Platte Co. m. by Rev. J.M. RYAN. Wit: Mike LYONS and Anne MEANY 19 July 1871 Dr. Edward HOEHEN, 41, b. Switzerland. Par: Henry HOEHEN & Barbara BUCHYN Jenny Agnes Theresa BRANDT, 19, b. Prussian Schweitz. Par; John Fred BRANDT and Josephine Victoria. m. at the house of Dr. E. HOEHEN by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Hy WELLMAN and V. KUMMER. 16 Aug. 1871 Dr. Charles B. STILLMAN, 40, b. Conn. Par. Levi STILLMAN & Abagail CHAPIN. Celia L. EDWARDS 24, b. N.Y. both of Platte Co. Par: S.J. EDWARDS & Lydia --- m. in Grace Church, Columbus, by Henry C. SHAW 30 Sept. 1871 J.H. GARDNER, 27, b. Ohio. Par; Joseph GARDNER and Caroline McGATH. Mary J. BROWN, 26, b. N.Y. Both of Platte Co. Par: ---- BROWN & Eva JEROLD. m. by Julius A. REED Min. Of Gospel. 29 Sept. 1871 Samuel ANDERSON, 26, b. Sweden. PAR: Andes ANDERSON & Christina JOHNSON Emma OLSEN, 23, b. Sweden. Par: L. OLSEN. m. by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit; Sarah HUDSON and Lillie L. HUDSON. 8 Oct. 1871 Morris BRANEGAN, 33, b. Ire. Par: Thomas BRANEGAN & Ellen CHERRON. Of Platte Co. Hanorah BURKE, 21, of Polk Co. Par: Edward BURKE & Hanorah HICKEY. m. by J.M. RYAN, Pastor 12 Nov- 1871 Michael BOYLE, 25, b. Ire. Par: William BOYLE & Hanorah SHEAHAN. Maria FARRELL, 18, b. Iowa. Par: Matthew FARRELL & Ann FLYNN. by J.M. RYAN 12 Nov, 1871 James RUSSELL, 37, b. PA. Par: Patrick RUSSELL & Rosanna HINDS Mrs. Mary HOULIHON, 36, b. Ire. both of Platte Co. Par: I, HEFFERAN. Wit: Pat GRIFFIN and wife. 23 Nov. 1871 Henry W. HOEFFELMANN, 26, b. Oldenburg, Ger. Par: Henry H. HOEFELMANN & Catharine M. MEYER Caroline Sophia KUENNEMANN, 17, b. Oldenburg, Ger. Both of Platte CO. Par: J.H. KUNNEMANN & A.E. EILERS. m. at the house of H.W. HOEFELMANN by Elder H.J. HUDSON. Wit: Hy WELLMAN and H.T. SPOERRY 23 Nov. 1871 Joseph SCHLOESSER, 28) b. Prussia. Par: Philip SCHLOESSER and Mary Anna BRANNIG Anna Ida HOEFFELMANN, 18, b. Oldenburg, Ger. Par: Henry H. HOEFELMANN & Catharine MYERS. Both of Platte Co. Wit: (same as above, double wedding) 30 Dec. 1871 (License. John W. WITCHY, 42, b. Switzerland. Son of R.W. WITCHEY Mrs. Victoria C. CLARK, 31, b. New York. Par: Allen SPAULDING & Hannah HINKSTON. Both of Platte Co. License granted by John G. HIGGINS, Probate Judge
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PIONEERS OF HUMPHREY (PLATTE COUNTY)
from THE FRANCISCANS IN Nebraska by Rev. Eugene HAGEDORN, O.F.M. and HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MID-NEBRASKA by Francis DISCHNER, C. July 1931William ELMERS E.A. STOKSLAGER Louis SCHROEDER William RIPP Herman TIESKOETTER F. M. COOKINGHAM Henry LEMMER Dr. NORWOOD Mr. COLEMAN (teacher) Peter FEDDERSON Daniel DREBERT Joseph ANSEIME E.H. LEACH Wendelin ESCHEIBACHER F.A. BAKER P.H. BENDER Herman WENDT Newell SOUTH John PARTSCH Joseph LACHNIT Charles SAMPONT Martin BLOEDORN A.H. COTTER Ira BRIGGS Joseph GEHR Dr. GERR Jacob HIPP William BUESMAN Chris REISCH Jacob STEFFES Thomas OTTIS ------ KAUL Carl BRANDT Dr. TROUT Mr. ARLT Dr. William M. CONDON George W. CLARK T.J. SHERWOOD C. D. MURPHY
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Submitted by Olive and Violet Mohlman, Columbus, NE
GREENWOOD CEMETERY, Platte County, NEHULSEBUS, William Nebr. Pvt 163 Depot Brigade World War 1 Mar 15, 1895 Oct 2, 1928 WEBER, Harry K. Dec. 8, 1937 Dec. 8, 1937 HUFFMAN, Lyral A. died Aug 14, 1896 aged 1 da Dorthea died Oct 1, 1898 aged 2 yr 5 mo 2 da Children of Mr & Mrs. L. R. HUFFMAN BORCHERS, Hermann, son of John & Gesina died Sept. 24, 1898 ae 1 yr 8 mo 21 da Paul Gerhard August, son of John & Gesina died Aug 8, 1899 ae 1 yr 1 mo 20 da RODGERS, Mich'l ? (very weather stone marker Cc H 85th Ill Inf GAR 1861-1865 (no dates) ENGELHORN, Gotlieb Nov. 3, 1850 Jan. 19, 1917 Mattie June 14, 1860 Feb. 16, 1923 ANDERSON, Edith M., dau of P.C. born Feb. 20, 1901 died M-- 28, 1901 WEBER, William Nov. 11, 1846 Jan. 17, 1942 Father Caroline Aug. 28, 1853 Nov. 16, 1934 Mother Louise, dau of Mr & Mrs William Feb 28, 1887 Feb. 7, 1887 TESSENDORF, Walter, son of A. & L. died Dec 9, 1903 ae 10 mo 26 da A.F. Jan. 1, 1830 May 24, 1910 Johanna W., his wife Sept 12, 1837 Feb 2, 1919 LUDWIG, Maria E. Died 19 Dec 1894 ae 80 yr 1 mo 25 da BORCHERS, George, son of J. & G. 8 July 1892 2 April 1902 Unnamed grave GRIEPENTROG, William Albert April 5, 1892 May 2, 1917 ARNDT, F. Wm 1840--1904 Father Karoline, wife of F. Wm. Aug 2, 1841 Feb 2, 1895 Mother SMITH, Herman A. ? , son of H. H. Died Dec 12, 1880 ae 5 yr 11 mo 1 da Lydia H., dau of H. H. Died June 6. 1885 ae 3 mo 16 da BLOEDORN, Martin 20 Aug 1817 9 July 1903 Wilhelmine 22 Oct 1823 15 Aug 1904 PETERSEN, Carsten Sept. 19, 1849 Oct. 7, 1921 Father Ida L. June 11, 1856 May 24, 1913 Mother Margaretha Feb 3, 1852 April 24, 1886 Mother Selia S. July 19, 1880 Aug 31, 1881 Johon H. Apr 15, 1886 May 21, 1886 Anna G. Died Aug 16, 1895 ae 4 mo 2 da Edward C Died Feb 1, 1699 ae 3 me 21 da Infant Died July 11, 1900 ae 14 da children of A. (Andrew) and M. PETERSEN one unnamed grave ENZMINGER, Anton L., son of L. & C. Died 23 July 1887 ae 4 mo 26 da PETERSEN, V.L., son of Mr & Mrs. Chris Feb. 20, 1820 Jan. 16, 1921 one unmarked child's grave BRUNS, Diedrich Oct. 7, 1851 June 5, 1923 JOHANNES, Johann H. 16 Nov 1819 15 Jan. 1898 GERTSCH, Werner, son of P. &E. Died Nov. 1. 1887 ae 4 mo 23 da Paulina, wife of C. Died Oct 14, 1900 ae 73 yr 9 mo 27 da (Six graves in this cemetery without names on markers)
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Abstracted by: Ellen Hirsch
From the Petersburg Index, Petersburg, Nebraska, Boone County
NEWSPAPER ITEMS FROM THE PETERSBURG INDEX
Jan. 1, 1915--Dewey McDONALD mar. Katie BEER of Albion on 24 Dec. 1914 at Neligh. A dau born last Tues. to Mr. & Mrs. Ole GREGERSON. Jan. 15, 1915--Joseph SCHRAD, son of Mr & Mrs Joseph SCHRAD of Raeville, married last Tues at St. John's Cath. Church to Mary KLOSTER, dau of Mr & Mrs. John KLOSTER. Serv. by Rev. Fr. JUNGELS. Joe SCHERBRING mar. on 12 Jan. at Arcadia, Iowa to Mamie NIEHAUS. Niece of Mrs. Jos. JULICH. A boy born 13 Jan to Mr & Mrs Chas. BODE. Frank JOCHUM Jr mar. Francis SCHRAD of Raeville on 26 Jan at St. Bonaventure Ch. at Raeville by Rev. J.B. FRIGGE. Bride dau of Mr. & Mrs. Joe SCHRAD, groom. son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank JOCHUM. Jan. 22, 1915--The inf. son of Mr. & Mrs. John B. SCHMITT died at age 3 weeks. A boy born 20 Jan to Mr. & Mrs. Art NICHOLS. Claude WHIPPLE is grandma. Allen EDARDS of Berthold, No. Dak. mar. 12 Jan to a lady in Indiana Jan. 29, 1915--A girl born Tues. to Mr. & Mrs. Frank LEIFELD. A girl born last Tues to Mr. & Mrs. John HAGEMANN.
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Newspaper Items from THE PETERSBURG INDEX continued.Jan. 29, 1915--Will PHINNEY rec'd word last Sun. that his bro. in Hurtford, So. Dak. had died. Mr. & Mrs. Austin & Mrs. Millard BLOOM left for funeral. Ladies are daus. of Mr. PHINNEY. Feb. 5, 1915 --- A girl born 29 Jan. to Mr & Mrs. Joe SUTHERLAND. A boy born Wed. to Mr. & Mrs. SPEIKER. Feb. 12, 1915--Mrs. Andrew MANNLEIN d. on Tues. Leaves a large family of small children & husband. Funeral & burial St. John's Cath. Church. Mrs. Lena TRUMM d at home of bro, P.W. LOCKMILLER, on Friday. Born 26 May 1874 in Denison, Iowa. Moved to Ainsworth, Nebr, where she mar. Francis TRUMM in 1893. In 1905 moved to Norfolk when they separated. 2 children, Bernard & Alta-. Serv. at Cong. Church with Rev. REGER. Leaves 2 children, 6 bros., half sister. Anton FAUST mar Mary MORISSE on Tues at St. John's Cath. Ch. Bride dau of Mrs. Gertrude MORISSE of Petersburg. Edward PELSTER mar Catherine TRENKAMP on Wed at St. Bonaventure's at Raeville. Bride dau of Mr & Mrs August TRENKAMP, groom son of Mr & Mrs Joseph PELSTER. A son born Tues to Mr & Mrs Lew SCHINDER. Feb. 19, 1915---Albert FAUST mar. Elsie KOCH on Monday last at St. John's. Bride dau of Mr & Mrs John KOCH. The 3 wk old babe of Mr & Mrs Art NICHOLS DIED Sat. Burial Mt. Pleasant cem. Card of thanks son & grandson, Lloyd ARTHUR. Signed Mr & Mrs Arthur NICKLES, Mr & Mrs Claude WHIPPLE Mr & Mrs H. HELLRICH celebrated 25th wedding anniv. on Sunday last. Mr. & Mrs. Matthies KLEMM of Exeter attended. Feb. 26, 1915 --- A dau born 23 Feb to Mr. & Mrs. Will WRIGHT. Mrs. E.H. McALLISTER d at home in Petersburg on Tues. last. Leaves a large family. Her husb. died last fall. Funeral at Cong. Church, burial in cem NW of town. Bros: Walter E. & David WEAVER. Card of thanks our mother: Mr. & Mrs. G.A. TOMAY, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. STRONG, Joe, Silas, David, George, Sadie, Charlot. March 5, 1915 --- A girl born Tues last to Mr. & Mrs. Pet SOK. A girl born 4 March to Mr. & Mrs. E. REESE. March 12, 1915 --- The inf. child of Mr. & Mrs. W. PARKER of Elgin d Mon. at home of Mrs. Parkers parents. The PARKERS live on a homestead in western Nebr. Mrs. Henry COOPER, sister of Mrs. PARKER to attend funeral. March 19, 1915 --- A girl born 15 March to Mr. & Mrs. John J. SCHMITZ. March 26, 1915 --- Nic REUSS a batchelor, aged 30 yrs, living in Elgin committed suicide last Friday. A boy born 22 March to Mr. & Mrs. Frank MILLER. April 9, 1915 --- A boy born 5 April to Mr. & Mrs. Edward DINGWERTH. April 16, 1915--Charles Milton CARPENTER was killed after falling off wagon on 27 March. He was born 10 July 1908 at Manville, Alberta, son of Mr & Mrs J.F. CARPENTER. Burial at Mannville cem. A girl born 15 April to Mr. & Mrs. Chris LEVOS. April 23, 1915---A boy born Wed last to Mr. & Mrs. Ben MACKE. Joseph LOHOFF mar Lena ERPELDING on Tues last at Cath. Church in Elgin. Dau of Mr. & Mrs. Peter ERPELDING. Groom from Raeville. April 30, 1915---Jonah HALLSTEAD d Friday last at home in Petersburg. Born 1829 in NY. Moved with pars. to Sheridan, Ill. in 1847. Mar. 1852 to Fannie WILSON & they had 6 children. Moved to Petersburg 20 yrs ago. Burial at Rose Hill cem. in Albion. May 28, 1915--Clarence SCHINDLER, 2 yr old son of Mr. & Mrs. L.B. SCHINDLER, d last Mon. Funeral at St. John's Cath. Ch.,. burial Holy Cross cem. A boy born 20 May to Mr. & Mrs. Geo. STICKA. A girl born 15 May to Mr. & Mrs. Joe MEHL, Dr. MOGAN reports. June 4, 1915--William WEITZEL d. 21 May in Albion, Born 29, 1840 in Germany. Came to Amer. when about 12 yrs, first to Penn., to Ohio, then Chicago, then Boone Co. Oct. 1871 where he homesteaded. Married 10 Sept. 1867. 2 sons. Was in CW. Funeral Cong. Church. Burial Rose Hill. Served in various co. offices. June 18, 1915 --- Jane GANIARD born 6 May 1684 in Rochester, NY, d 12 June aged 67 yrs I me 6 day. Mar 1 Jan 1867 to Frederick GROOM & had 3 children. Hush. died 4 March 1911. Has made her home with son, Geo. E. of Petersburg. Funeral by Pastor B.L. HOUSE of 7th Day Adventist assisted by Rev. REGER. Burial Petersburg. Children: Frederick W., Geo. E. & Mrs. Ollie JENNINGS. 12 grandchildren, 1 bro. June 18, 1915--Mr. & Mrs. Joe VOLLMER celebrated 25th wed. anniv. on Sunday last. Lawrenz FAUST, 2 me old son of Mr 6 Mrs Ben FAUST, d Sun. last. Burial St. John's Cath. Church on Tues. May 20, 1915 --- A girl b 15 May to Mr, & Mrs. Joe MEHL, Dr. MOGAN reports.
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Submitted by Charlene Ludwick, Albion, NE
HISTORY OF LORETTO, NEBRASKA, by Mabel DURAND
This town was originally named Loran, for Mr. Loran CLARK, who was one of the first seven homesteaders in this vicinity. Mr. CLARK was a well educated man, active in politics and one of the first Representatives of Boone County.
After the name of Loran was considered for the Post Office, there was a conflict in some way with another post office in the State, so it was changed to Loretto, and the first post office established on July 21, 1888, with Louis SCHNEE as postmaster, followed by Jacob McCARTNEY, John FARLEY, Simeon MORGAN and Louis HALLSTEAD. The Loretto Post Office closed its doors permanently December 31, 1871, upon the retirement of postmaster Mabel DURAND.
In 1893 several families met at the Depot to organize a school district and build a school house. Judson PIERCE was the spokesman. They voted bonds amounting to $1,000 which would build and furnish a two-story school. In 1913 they found it necessary to build an addition to the school. Josh STARKEY and his son, Arthur were low bidders and built the addition on the east side, making it a 10 grade school, ready in 1914.
Some of the early teachers were Frank HOWTZ, Grace HOWTZ, Amelia PORTER, Lulu MAXWELL, Myrtle NEWBURN, Myrtle CODER, Bowman LILLY, Edith McHENRY, Edna SWAID, Della WRIGHT and Neva BARNES. The Loretto school was dissolved in 1970.
The Loretto Church held its first services in 1892 in a 12' x 16' building. The first church was built in 1901, with the need for a larger church being fulfilled in 1918. Some of our early ministers were Rev. PHILLIPS, Rev. Milt WRIGHT, Geo, COBB, A.M. THROCKMORTON, H.A. CHAPPEL, J.H. ALLEN, I. HEDDEN. The Hotel, now torn down, was built in 1900 by Jerry REED. It had eight bedrooms.
In its Hey Day, Loretto had many flourishing businesses such as a cheese factory, elevator, stock yards, lumber yard, barber shop, several general stores, cream stations, meat markets, a blacksmith shop, telephone exchange and harness shops and garages.
Our heritage has survived and succeeded by the neighborly love of this small community as an example for our future generations which exists today.
Some responsible as early settlers are the CLARKS, REEDS, PIERCES, DODGES, RANDALLS, BARNESES, MILLS, VanCAMPS, St LOUISS, CODERS, KRONKRIGHTS, HAVENSES, GALYEANS, KENDRICKS, HALLETEADS, McKIBBENS, McCARTNEYS and many others.
The Heritage of those early settlers was passed on to the next generation who profited by their early experiences and sacrifices.
Added as early residents are the MILLES, BRUNERS, LUDWICKS, HOLMESES, COURTNEYS, STARKEYS, ATKINSONS, KNOTTS, JOHNSONS, WILLIAMS, FORNEYS, COOKE, TIEDES, CLARKS AND BRANDTS.
The Heritage of those people has enabled us to have this celebration and honor today. They have made it possible for all our parents and the present day natives to enjoy the "Good-Life" we now have and may it long exist.
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Submitted by Julia Wilson Lund, 2223 Thornwood, Davenport, IA 52804
From: The 1932 Beaver, Saint Edward High School, St. Edward, Boone Co. Nebraska
ALUMNI of St. Edward High School
1893 William WARNER, Youngstown, Ohio Lilliam FLORY, Mrs. Winifred FLORY, deceased 1895 M.J. KENNEDY, deceased Nellie PHELPS, Mrs. H.G. CROSS, St. Edward Elmer EILSON, St. Edward S.J. KENNEDY, St. Edward Etta SISSON, Mrs. August HEDLUND, Elliott, N.D. Augusta NELSON, Mrs. W.P. SCHELP, Platte Center Margeretta LONG, Mrs. J. WALTZ, dec. Blanche THOMPSON, Mrs. RATCLIFFE, Dayton, Fla. Maude VIZZARD. Mrs. Arthur J. WEBBE, St Edward 1896 E.E. NICKERSON, Belgrade Wm. HOUSENTINE, Beatrice Agnes NICKERSON, Elizabeth Colo. Maude DeVORE, Mrs. Jim JONES, St. Edward Kate EGAN, Mrs. H. LOUCKS, Sheridan, Wyo. Daisy WILLIAMS, Mrs. ALLISON, dec. Iva E. WILLIAMS, Mrs. IRELAND, dec. 1897 Gertie ANDERSON, St. Edward Ella VIZZARD, Maricopa, Ca. Ella HEHNKE, Mrs. Zoevian, Springfield John HARGER, Chicago, Ill. Wm FLORY, Pasadena, CA George ANDERSON, Genoa. 1899 Maggie KENNEDY, Mrs. D.W. DURANT, Oakland, Ca Anna WESTMORE, Mrs. C. ELLISON, Fullerton Jake LONG, dec. Hattie J. HEHNKE, St. Edward
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Alumni of St. Edward High School continued:1900 Maude SIMPSON, Mrs. George ANDERSON, Genoa. Rose WILSON, Mrs. John C. HUFFMAN, St. Edward Guy GREEN, Columbus Carl Devore, St. Edward 1901 Florence Allan, Mrs. F. BRUNO, Sacramento, Ca Alta HALL, Mrs. J. McCALL, Douglas, Wyo. Edward HALL, St. Edward Belle HARRIS, Mrs. E. JENKINSON, Monroe. 1902 Martin APGAR, St. Edward Maude WELLS, Mrs. Tom APGAR, St. Edward Mary JOHNSON, Dec. Henry CURRIER, San Mateo, CA 1903 Carrie SHELDON, Mrs. M. SMITH, Chadron Myrtle WILLIAMS, Mrs. R.A. VANARSDALL, Sutherland* Faye VONDERHOFF, deceased Norma GRAPE, Mrs. F.F. FLAHERTY, St. Edward Alma HASSELBALCH, Mrs. W.S. KENNEDY, St. Edward Maggie WILLARD, Mrs. CH.H. MENGEDOHT, Seattle F.G. DeVORE, Cadellac Fish, Canada William VIZZARD, Bakersfield, CA Roy KENNEDY, Hastings 1904 Mellissa CLARK, Mrs. PROHODOVA, Prague, Czech. Lola DAVIS, Mrs. Fred FRANK, St. Edward Sadie FINCH, Mrs. Verna MOSS, S. Minneapolis, MN Grace HALL, Mrs. RASPIN, Oakland, CA Olga LIEMBACK, Mrs. R.C. HILDRETH, dec. William PETERSON, Fairbury Earl BLACKBURN, Omaha 1905 Mary CURRIER, Mrs. C. SHEDD, Butler, Mo. Edwin CURRIER, Tieton, Washington Henry DRESS, Stapleton Nannie CASE, Mrs. W.C. PETERSON, Fairbury Anna VIZZARD, Mrs. H.T. WEBB, St. Edward Dora WAKE, Fremont Mary SISSON, Mxs. Geo. Graham, Albion Hazel GILL, deceased Sadie GARTEN, Mrs. Geo. LAWRENCE, St. Edward Earl GORHAM, Cheyenne, Wyoming Max O'DONNELL, Des Moines, Iowa 1906 Nellie WILLIAMS, Mrs. HAVENS, Burkette* Muriel THOMAZIN, Columbus Maggie CASE, Mrs. Roy FORCE, St. Edward Ella KEALY, Mrs. Fred HIRSCH, St. Edward Hallie WHEELER, Mrs. H.K. SHUTT, Diller Frank HALL, St. Edward 1907 Iva ARMS, Mrs. W.A. CONDREAY, St. Edward Nettie Penry, California 1908 Glenn BLACKBURN, Elkhorn Ray BURN, St. Edward James CLARK, St. Edward Glenn KENNEDY, Cincinnati, Ohio George SMITH, Nebraska City Ethel WAKE, Mrs. H. BLACK, Nickerson Fern CRISS, Mrs. Glenn BLACKBURN, Elkhorn Arnold HASSELBALCH, St. Edward Sylvia JOHNSON, Mrs. A. WEBER, Sterling, CO Fern VANDERHOOF, Mrs. Ray BURN, St. Edward Maude WALKER, Mrs. F. PORTER, Preston, Iowa 1910 Ella BERLIN, Mrs. Russell GARST, Springfield, NE Minnie CHRISTENSON, deceased Myrtle DRESS, Mrs. A. HASSELBALCH, St. Edward Robert FLORY, Albion Pearl HARRIS, Mrs. G. HILL, Monroe Ruth HOUGHAWOUT, Mrs. L.E. ARMES, Columbus Alida JOHNSON, state of Washington Arta LEWIS, Hastings Ross SMITH, St. Edward Bessie WILSON, Mrs. Howard ZAYLOR, Afton, Iowa Harry HALL, Douglas, Wyoming 1911 Leonard CLARK, Norfolk Mary SWANSON, Mrs. I.H. MYHRE, St. Edward Archie UTTERBACH, Omaha 1912 Henry BURN, Omaha Ed. CAIN, Columbus Irene BAKER, Lincoln Gladys GILLESPIE, Greensboro, North Carolina Grace GREIG, Mrs. Jack MARLOW E., Rennells, CA William HALL, Douglas, Wyoming Lena HEHNKE, Mrs. Leslie ASHBURY, St. Edward Lloyd JONES, Casper, Wyoming Katie KIERMAN, Mrs. W. FLAHERTY, St. Edward Edith MacGREGOR, Mrs. Henry BURN, Omaha Julia PETERSON, Mrs. O. SKANDERUP, St. Edward Wendell TAYLOR, Seattle, Washington 1913 Don CLARK, St. Edward Harriet ELLISON, Mrs. C.A. NICKERSON, Deceased John BRISBEN, Wayne Clara ELLIS, Mrs. Lester HOY, Fullerton Myrtle OLSON, Mrs. V. FORCE, St. Edward Bessie ROBERTS, Mrs. DIXON, Omaha Anson THOMAS, Leshara, Nebraska Ollie YOUNGER, Mrs. C. WILLETS, Osceola
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Alumni of St. Edward High School continued:1914 Amy BERLIN, Omaha Dora COLLINS, Deceased Dorothy ELEY, Mrs. M.E. FONDA, St. Edward Lillian ELEY, Genoa Forrest LONG, St. Edward Louise McCOLLOUGH, Mrs. Verner SLEUMAN, Upland, CA Agnes MUFFLEY, St. Edward Oscar OWENS, St. Louis, Missouri Myrtle SIMPSON, Mrs. Glenn WILLIAMS, St. Edward Ruth SQUAIR, St. Edward Maxfield WILSON, St. Edward Floyd A. YOUNG, Oakland, CA Carl WELLS, St. Edward Arthur McKAY, St. Edward 1915 Lucille ARMS, Mrs. Henry PETERSON, St. Edward Vera BURN, Mrs. C. STYLES, St. Edward Daniel CAIN, LOS Angeles, CA Mabel CLARK, Mrs. R.F. DUBOIS, Bayonne, N.J. Fred COLLINS St. Edward Claude DAVIS, St. Edward James GRIFFIAN, Douglas, Wyoming Gottfred GUMMERSON, Omaha Ruth HALL, Mrs. Edward AMUNDSEN, Pocatello, Idaho Edith HORN, Mrs. R.E. POOLE, St. Edward Pearl HUNTER, Mrs. Robert GREIG, Eden Wyo. Clara LAPPING, Mrs. Carl SWAIM, Bridgeport Ethelyne LAWRENCE, Mrs. Fred COLLINS, St. Edward Elizabeth LEHMAN, Mrs. M. WALRATH, Gothenburg Helen SISSON, Mrs. Otto RIMAR, Ewing Lloyd SMITH, Fullerton 1916 Tessie AGAN, Manhattan, Kansas Harvey BARBER, St. Edward Bertha BRUNK, Mrs. J.A. HERZOG, Butte, Mont. Venna BUCHTEL, Mrs. H. BEASON, St. Edward Harold EDMONDSON, St. Louis, MO Lottie ELLEY, Mrs. Claude DAVIS, St. Edward Raymond FONDA, St. Edward Orris FORCE, Bremerton, Washington Alice HANEY, Mrs. James SANDFORD, Newman Grove Louise HUNTER, Mrs. Harvey BARBER, St. Edward Gene KIESTER, deceased Camella KNUDSEN, Mrs. Gilbert CUMMING, St. Edward Eldon SURFACE, Minneapolis, Minn Asher LONG, St. Edward Francis MORAN, Omaha Harold NICKERSON, Marshall, Missouri Harry RICH, St. Edward Floyd SHACKLOCK, Japan Shirley WILSON, St. Edward 1917 Phillip BAKER, Alaska Belle CURRY, Mrs. Robert CUMMING, St. Edward May FINCH, Mrs. J.A. MATTER, Oak Park, Ill. Robert GREIG, Eden, Wyoming Marie HOWELL, Mrs. George C. QUADE, St. Edward Robert KENNEDY, Hastings Iva SHAFFER, Mrs. Eldon D. SURFACE, Minneapolis, Minn Clarence STYLES, St. Edward Macie WHEELER, Mrs. HENRICK, Diller Fred RENGLER, St. Edward 1918 Blanche ABBOTT, St. Edward Richard FITCH, North Platte Helen BEECHER, Sacramento, CA John K. BURN, St. Edward Donald W. FLORY, St. Edward Everett GREEN, St. Edward Mignion Pearl HOWELL, Albion Alm A. LARSON, Mrs. A. PETERSON, Lindsay Bertha LEHMAN, Mrs. R. THAMUSSEN, Newman Grove Mary LIGHTNER, Mrs. Dana WILLIAMS, Albion Harry McKAY, St. Edward Mabel NELSON, Mrs. A. ANDREASON, St. Edward Mary OWENS, Mrs. W.L. ELLIS, Randolph Ella RICH, Mrs. John BURNS, Jr., St. Edward Irene E. SMITH, Mrs. C. COCHRAN, St. Edward Emil SWANSON, St. Edward Lenore TOMLINSON, Mrs. H.E. JOHNSON, Des Moines, IA Echo SISSEN, Mrs. Robert FISHER, St. Edward Mildred WALLER, Mrs. Otis CONGER, Wayne Roy WHEELER, St. Edward 1919 Minnie BURKE, Genoa Iva CROSIER, Mrs. E. MOSS, Bremerton, Wash. Hester CURRY, Mrs. O. CUMMINGS, deceased Leliah DICKENSON, Mrs. Carter MOORE, St. Edward Guy DRESS, Omaha Ray ELLIS, St. Edward Esther FITZGERALD, Mrs. Glenn Stettler, Louise GOEHRY, Mrs. Bud KINNAN, Monroe Lemon Grove, Calif. Mildred GREEN, Mrs. Robert CUMMINGS, St. Edward Earl HASSELBALCH, St. Edward Neva MERCHANT, Elgin Ethel OBRIST, Mrs. Earl McCONE, Julesburg, CO Anna OLSON, Mrs. Elmer ANDERSON, St. Edward Elenora OLSON, Moline, Ill. Bessie NOVOTNY, Mrs. Clarence PRICE, St. Edward Florence PATTERSON, Mrs. L. NOVOTNY, Otto RICH, Long Beach, Calif St. Edward Leta WILSON, Mrs. William WEBER, deceased Florence MACKEY, Mrs. H. FONDA, St. Edward
* Correctional info regarding the file: NSGS - NE Ancestree Vol. VII, no. 2, p 74 - Fall 1984.
In the year 1903 it shows Myrtle Williams - Mrs. R.A. VanArsdall -Sutherland
In the year 1906 it shows Nellie Williams - Mrs. Havens, Burkette
Mrs. R.A. Van Arsdall of Sutherland, NE (nee Nellie Williams) was my grandmother. She graduated from St. Edward High School in St. Edward, Boone County, NE in 1906. Myrtle Williams, Nellie's older sister, graduated from the same high school three years earlier, in 1903.
Billie Ruth Edwards <email@example.com>
PS - For verification, Myrtle Williams was born in 1884 and Nellie was born in 1889. You may verify this for yourself by checking the 1900 census, Vol. 2, E.D. 15, Sheet 9, Line 189 et seq.
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