Effie S. Potter1

F, b. circa 1870

Effie Noble gravestone, Jeffers Cemetery.
  • Birth*: Effie S. Potter was born circa 1870.1
  • Marriage*: She married David Edmund Noble on 21 October 1888.
    David and Effie Noble 50th Anniversary photo
  • Medical*: Known medical issues:; Mrs. D.E. Noble returned from the Heron Lake Hospital Monday evening. We are glad to report she is better.2
  • Marriage Fact*: 50th Anniversary on 21 October 1938.
  • Burial*: Effie S. Potter was buried on 6 March 1953 at Cottonwood County, MN, USA; MN Death Cert. 1953-MN-002996.

Family: David Edmund Noble b. 14 Jun 1864, d. 7 Apr 1947

Citations

  1. [S220] David E Noble, Certificate of Death.
  2. [S690] Cottonwood County Citzen, 26 Mar 1913, p. 4.

John/Johann Krack1

M, b. 23 March 1841, d. 22 December 1914

John Krack with wife Margaretha, daughter Hannah, Mayme and daugher

Family: Anna Margaratha Gertrude Woltman b. 28 Jul 1843, d. 11 Mar 1925

Citations

  1. [S292] Pedigree chart, online http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp
  2. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 81.
  3. [S293] Accessed 15 Mar 2009 population schedule, unknown repository address.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57862240.
  5. [S661] Krack Familien Register.
  6. [S304] Access 15 Mar 2009 microfilm, unknown repository address.

Minnie Margaret Krack

F, b. 5 January 1879, d. 28 May 1967

Minnie Krack Meyer. Photo courtesy of Peggy Eichner.
Minnie Meyer gravestone, Jeffers Cemetery.
Nick and Minnie Meyer family, about 1907. Photo courtesy of Peggy Eichner.
  • Occupation*: Housewife.1
  • Birth*: Minnie Margaret Krack was born on 5 January 1879 at IA, USA; 1 year old on 1880 census.2,1,3,4
  • Marriage*: She married Nicholas Jacob Meyer on 7 October 1897 at Iowa City, Johnson County, IA, USAG.4
  • Census: Minnie Margaret Krack and Nicholas Jacob Meyer appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Germantown Twp, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.5
  • Residence*: Minnie Margaret Krack lived in 1967 at Windom, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1
  • CauseDeath: Noted as pneumonia, 2 weeks due to congestive heart failure 5 years due to arteriosclerotic heart disease.1
  • Death*: She died on 28 May 1967 at Windom, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 88.1
  • Burial*: She was buried on 31 May 1967 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1,6
  • ObituaryText: Mrs. Minnie Meyer, 88, passed away at the Windom Hospital at 1:20 o'clock Sunday afternoon, May 28. She had been hospitalized since May 20, 1967. Funeral services were held from the Trinity Lutheran Church in Jeffers at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, May 31, with the Rev. H. Hafermann officiating. Burial was in the Jeffers Cemetery. Mrs. Meyer is survived by two sons: William of Jeffers and Ralph of Heron Lake; one daughter, Frieda (Mrs. William Wolter) of Jeffers. Also surviving are two sisters; Mrs. Annie Hinkle, Holabird, South Dakota and Mrs. Sadie Kuehl, Fulda; 14 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Jeffers Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements.7

Family: Nicholas Jacob Meyer b. 13 Nov 1867, d. 18 Apr 1920

Citations

  1. [S535] Minnie Meyer, Certificate of Death.
  2. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, age 21.
  3. [S661] Krack Familien Register.
  4. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 93.
  5. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, listed as Niclous, Meyer. age 32 b Germany. Wife Minnie, age 21 b Iowa.
  6. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 42266284.
  7. [S681] Jeffers Review, 1 Jun 1967, p.1.

Johanna "Hannah" Krack1

F, b. 13 November 1869, d. 4 June 1948

Bill Landaker family, Panama Iowa
  • Marriage*: Johanna "Hannah" Krack married William "Bill" Landaker.
  • Birth*: Johanna "Hannah" Krack was born on 13 November 1869; was 10 years old on 1880 census.2
  • Death*: She died on 4 June 1948 at age 78.1

Family: William "Bill" Landaker b. 11 Nov 1855, d. 3 Feb 1902

Citations

  1. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 85.
  2. [S661] Krack Familien Register.
  3. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 86.

Anna Margaratha Gertrude Woltman1,2

F, b. 28 July 1843, d. 11 March 1925
  • Name Variation: Anna Margaratha Gertrude Woltman was also known as .
  • Birth*: She was born on 28 July 1843 at Oparivauna Near Powan, Germany; was 37 on 1880 census.2,3,4
  • Occupation: "She worked in a dairy and carried milk with a yoke, leaving scars on her shoulders to her dying day." circa 1860.4
  • Marriage*: She married John/Johann Krack in 1865 at Germany.2,4
  • Immigration: Anna Margaratha Gertrude Woltman and John/Johann Krack immigrated in January 1867.5,4
  • Occupation*: Retired in 1925.3
  • CauseDeath: Noted as Dropsy.3
  • Death: Anna Margaratha Gertrude Woltman died on 7 March 1925 at age 81.3
  • ObituaryText*: The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Krach, who died Saturday, was held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Rose, in Rock township on Wednesday afternoon, with interment at Oak Hill Cemetery. Rev. H.A. Bentrup officiated at the home and grave. Mrs. Krach had been a resident near Paullina, Iowa for nearly forty years. Her sickness and age caused her to be brought here a few weeks ago. She is survived by a sister in New York and two borthers, Henry and Herman Woltman of Cherokee. Eight children mourn her decease.6
  • Burial*: She was buried after 11 March 1925 at Panama, Shelby County, IA, USAG.2,6,3

Family: John/Johann Krack b. 23 Mar 1841, d. 22 Dec 1914

Citations

  1. [S290] Iowa, Shelby Co. Marriages, online http://iagenweb.org/shelby/marriage/br-m.htm
  2. [S292] Pedigree chart, online http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp
  3. [S546] Record of Deaths, p. 107.
  4. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 81.
  5. [S293] Accessed 15 Mar 2009 population schedule, unknown repository address.
  6. [S489] Cherokee Times, 11 Mar 1925, p. 2.
  7. [S661] Krack Familien Register.
  8. [S304] Access 15 Mar 2009 microfilm, unknown repository address.

Wilbur Bennett

M

Wilbur, Laura and Bernard Bennett

Family: Laura Johanna "Dotsie" Meyer b. 2 Dec 1898, d. 6 Oct 1929

Citations

  1. [S393] "Diary Minnie Quade 1918-1920,."
  2. [S547] Index to marriage record: Book 8, p. 143.
  3. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 87.
  4. [S397] Unknown, after 6 Oct 1929, unknown.

Anna Elizabeth Breckwald

F, b. 26 January 1910, d. 7 January 2007
  • Burial*: Anna Elizabeth Breckwald was buried.
    Harold and Ann Meyer gravestone
  • Birth*: She was born on 26 January 1910.1
  • Marriage*: She married Harold Jacob Meyer on 25 May 1935.2
    Harold and Ann Meyer
    Harold and Ann Meyer, 1975
  • Death*: Anna Elizabeth Breckwald died on 7 January 2007 at Bullhead city, Mohave County, AZ, USAG, at age 96.

Family: Harold Jacob Meyer b. 7 Dec 1906, d. 24 Jun 1988

Citations

  1. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 88.
  2. [S547] Index to marriage record: Book 11, p. 52.

Marilyn Meyer

F, b. 8 February 1937, d. 8 February 1937
  • Birth*: Marilyn Meyer was born on 8 February 1937.1
  • Death*: She died on 8 February 1937.2

Citations

  1. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family.
  2. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 88.

Herman Krack

M, b. 13 May 1873

Herman Krack
  • Occupation*: Was a farmer.1
  • Birth*: Herman Krack was born on 13 May 1873; 6 years old on 1880 census.2,1
  • Residence*: He lived in 1951; lived in Frazee, MN.

Citations

  1. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 89.
  2. [S661] Krack Familien Register.

William Meyer1

M
  • Residence*: William Meyer lived; The Meyer farm in Germany was in the family name for 300 years. The way it was explained to Don Roefer when he visited there, it was about the equivalent of 60 acres, which was huge for Germany. The farm was located about 20 miles east of Bremerhaven. Isn't that close to the Bering Sea? It was at the town (village) of "Ostwanna" near the village of Edienworth. Four families including the Meyers lived ona site called "Kleine Gerst".2
  • Marriage*: He married Catherine J.1

Family 1: Catherine J

Family 2:

Citations

  1. [S290] Iowa, Shelby Co. Marriages, online http://iagenweb.org/shelby/marriage/br-m.htm
  2. [S548] Letter, unknown author to Nick.

Nicholas Jacob Meyer

M, b. 13 November 1867, d. 18 April 1920

Nick and Minnie Meyer, about 1907. Photo courtesy of Peggy Eichner.
  • Note*: Nicholaus was born in Hanover, Germany about 40-50 miles from Bremen on a farm in 1867. He came to America to visit his brother, Jake Meyer in 1884. After returning to Germany to report back to Grandpa Meyer about Jake's business affairs he decided to make the United States his home also. About the year 1888 he returned to America to farm with his brother near Quimby, Iowa in Cherokee County.
    Uncle Jake and my father had each been given enough money by Grandpa Meyer to pruchase land in the U.S. Uncle Jake was an established farmer already when my father arrived so they became partners, each acquiring title to farmland under their own names. Jake married Clara Krack in 1891 and in 1898 my father married her sister, Minnie. These girls had grown up on a farm near Panama, Iowa about 40 miles from Omaha, Nebraska. There were 5 girls and 3 boys in the Krack family. Grandmother Krack's maiden name was Woltman. Her twwo brothers, Henry and Herman, became prominent farmers and citizens in Cherokee County.
    In 1899 mmy brother William was born. Everyone called him Willie in our familiy. During the early fall of 1899 my father and a friend set out for Minnesota with a team of horses pulling a wagon. Dad, as a boy in Germany loved to fish in the many dredged ditches adjacent to their farm. He wanted to see about Minnesota where he had heard there were many lakes and streams. As they traveled they inquired about any farms for sale. North of Jeffers they found a farm for sale with five acres reserved for an estrablished German Lutheran Church of twenty-some families with a meandering creek running through the entire length of the total 160 acres. This seemed to my father an ideal farm but he and his friend, Jim Churchhill continued Northwest and Jim rented a farm between Walnut Grove and Revere for the following spring. They then returned by way of Jeffers and Dad agreed to purchase this Kruase farm and take possession the Spring of 1900.My father, Nicholaus Jake Meyer was short in height but strong in his convictions. He was interested in History and as a boy I had access to his books--4 of thich I remember. Seigfried, about a German soldier in the Roman army about the time of Christ's crucifixion. A book about the Boor Wars in South Africa. A book about Benjamin Franklin and a book about the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Dad was stubborn. When the son of the former owner, Herman Krause came one day to take the pump from the water wll, Dad said, "The pump went with the purchase of the the farm." Krause said the pump was his. Dad siad, "if you take the pump, you are a thief." Krause took it. After that they were enemies. Both hard-headed Germans! Yet, Dad told my brother Willie that as a young man he went to a violin concert one time and when the collection hat came around, he had enjoyed the concert so much he had to restraing himself from giving all the money he had along.
    This Herman Krause, the son of the Kruase my father purchased the farm from, had purchased land across the road to the North. His gradnson, Wallace Krause lived on that place. When Herman Kraue took the pump from the water well my folks still had water from a flowing spring that emptied into the creek. During the years of drouth [sic] this spring never ceased flowing. In 1916, my father developed pains in his head. He, with my mother, sister Frieda and I went along on the train with him ro Rochester. The doctors there said he had a brain tumor which was inoperable. He gradually lost his balance in walking. A wheelchair became his place during the day and the last 2 years he spent mostly in bed with my mother taking care of him. He died in the fall of 1920. One story I must relate took place in June of 1900. When he came to Minnesota in the Spring he left his share of the cattle with Uncle Jake. After the corn was planted he drove a team and wagon back to Iowa to get them. The process of herding them took about 2 weeks. A neighbor boy, Bill stayed with Mother and Willie while he was gone. After the first week of absence the neighbor boy would ride out to the south to see if the cattle were coming. It was a period of anxiety for my mother. When Bill rushed to the yard and yelled, "They are coming, they are coming," there was joy and relief in my mother's heart.
    Dad had driven the cattle slowing as some were cows giving milk. Nearly every night Dad would arrange to stay in some farmer's yard along the road and that farmer would get the milk. Once incident he told I thought humourous was when a squeal developed on one axle of his wagon wheel. He tried to buy axle grease from a farmer but he didn't have any. Dad asked, "Do you have any butter?" Yes, he had some so Dad used butter instead of grease. Nicholaus was a young boy when his mother died in Germany and a hired woman was employed to take care of the house and the younger sister Rebecca. (Otto Roefer's mother.) The children did not like her so they composed poems, making fun of her. One poem in German rhymed quite well in English. It was, "Enga Marie don't have a husband and she can't get one. Enga Marie will remain an old maid the rest of her life. To make it rhyme it would be, "Enga Marie will never be a wife. She will remain an old maid the rest of her life. She is ugly and mean and quite often screams.
    Work was their most respected word by those German farmers and showing love was not high on their agenda. I remember when Cousin Tillie Meyer came to visit us she always gave me a big smacker on my cheek and I hated it. Work did wonders for the Meyer family. During the 20 years of Dad's life in Minnesota, they acquired two quarter sections of land, built 2 new barns, a new house, cleared the fields of rocks and constructed all necessary fences. They also had saved 20 to 30 thousand dollars--A part of which was given to my sister Frieda when she married in 1918 and with her husband William Wolters purchased a 160 acre farm nearby. My Mother, what a wonderful Mother. She was the 7th child of John Krack with 3 older brothers and 3 older sisters with one younger sister, Sadie.1
  • Birth*: Nicholas Jacob Meyer was born on 13 November 1867 at Hanover, Germany.2,3,4,5
  • Immigration*: He immigrated circa 1888.1
  • Marriage*: He married Minnie Margaret Krack on 7 October 1897 at Iowa City, Johnson County, IA, USAG.5
  • Education*: Nicholas Jacob Meyer was educated in 1900 at Cottonwood County, MN, USA.6
  • Residence*: He lived on 6 June 1900 at Germantown Twp, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.7
  • Census*: He and Minnie Margaret Krack appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Germantown Twp, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.8
  • Occupation*: Farmer in 1920.3
  • Death*: Nicholas Jacob Meyer died on 18 April 1920 at Cottonwood County, MN, USA, at age 52; 8:15 pm.9,3
  • CauseDeath: Noted as Chronic nephritis, for 4 years, 2 months contributory: tumor of brain (removed by operation 3 years ago.)3
  • Burial*: He was buried on 21 April 1920 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.9,10,11
    Nicholas Meyer gravestone, Jeffers Cemetery
  • ObituaryText: PROMINENT FARMER· CALLED TO FINAL REST
    Nick Meyer was born in Hanover, Germany, November 13, 1867. When 17 years of age he came to America to live with his brother, who already owned a farm near Quimby, Iowa. For several years he worked for his brother, later forming a partnership with him. In the year 1897 he entered the state of holy matrimony with Minnie Krack, This bond was blessed with three children: WiIliam, Freda and Ralph. Later he dissolved partnership with his brother and purchased a farm in Iowa himself. In the year 1900 he moved to Minnesota, to the farm four and one half miles north of Jeffers, where he remained until his end.
    While living here Mr. Meyers made many friends and was a splendid neighbor, and one of the successful farmers in Cottonwood county. During the past four years of his life he was given to much suffering, being unable to walk and thus confined to his home. He passed away Sunday evening, April 18, at 8:15 o’clock. He reached the age of 52 years, 5 months and 5 days. He leaves to mourn his death, his wife two sons and one daughter. Also, one brother, Jacob Meyer. living at Quimby, Iowa, and one sister in Germany, and a host of friends whose deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.
    The funeral services were held from the Germantown Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. Stubenvoll and the remains were laid to rest in the Germantown cemetery. ,
    Relatives present at the funeral from a distance were, Jacob Meyer, Quimby, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I Hinkel, of Brookings, South Dakota, and Henry Brunig of Westbrook.
    Card of Thanks.
    We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many neighbors and friends for their many kind acts and words of sympathy in the loss of our husband and father. AIso for the the [sic] many beautiful floral offerings.
    Mrs. Nick Meyer and Children.2

Family: Minnie Margaret Krack b. 5 Jan 1879, d. 28 May 1967

Citations

  1. [S513] Letter, Ralph Meyer to unknown, unknown.
  2. [S395] Jeffers Review, 22 Apr 1920, 1.
  3. [S414] Nicholas Meyer, Certificate of death.
  4. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota.
  5. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 93.
  6. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, Could read, write and speak English.
  7. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, Owned farm, mortgaged, 42 acres.
  8. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, listed as Niclous, Meyer. age 32 b Germany. Wife Minnie, age 21 b Iowa.
  9. [S393] "Diary Minnie Quade 1918-1920,."
  10. [S395] Jeffers Review, 22 Apr 1920, 1., says in the Germantown cemetery.
  11. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #57557724.

Rebecca Meyer

F, d. before 1921

Margarite Rebecca Meyer Roefer
  • Death*: Rebecca Meyer died before 1921.1

Family:

Citations

  1. [S548] Letter, unknown author to Nick.

William John Meyer

M, b. 23 August 1898, d. 7 January 1979

Family: Mary Kathryn Pufahl b. 14 May 1906, d. 1980

Citations

  1. [S538] John William Meyer, Certificate of Death.
  2. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 42266339.
  3. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota.
  4. [S513] Letter, Ralph Meyer to unknown, unknown.
  5. [S470] Nicholas Meyer household, 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, listed as Niclous, Meyer. age 32 b Germany. Wife Minnie, age 21 b Iowa.
  6. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 42266325.

Ralph Herman Meyer

M, b. 1 February 1912, d. 18 February 2010

Ralph Meyer. Photo courtesy of Peggy Eichner.
  • Birth*: Ralph Herman Meyer was born on 1 February 1912 at Germantown Township, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.1
  • Misc*: He was (an unknown value) circa 1915.
    William, Frieda, Ralph Meyer
  • Marriage*: He married Nora Mischke on 16 December 1936 at Rosehill Twp, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1
  • Note*: (an unknown value) circa 1950.
    Ralph and Nora Meyer family. Photo courtesy of Peggy Eichner.
  • Death: Ralph Herman Meyer died on 16 February 2010 at Windom, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 98.1
  • Burial*: He was buried after 16 February 2010 at Rosehill Twn, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.2
    Ralph Meyer gravestone, Rosehill Cemetery. Photo courtesy of Peggy.
  • ObituaryText*: Ralph Herman Meyer was born in Germantown Township, Jeffers, MN on February 1, l912, the son of Nicholas and Minnie (Krock) Meyer. He was baptized and later confirmed at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Germantown Township. He received his education from Jeffers School District through 10th grade and then finished high school and 2 years of college at St. Paul Luther Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota.

    On December 16, 1936, Ralph was united in marriage to Nora Mischke at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Rosehill Township where they were active members for many years. This marriage was blessed with eight children. Ralph and Nora continued farming for 46 years south of Storden in Amo Township where they raised their family. In l979 they moved into their home in Windom. Nora passed away on July 1, 2006. Ralph continued living in their home in Windom, later moving into Remick Ridge and then to Mikkelsen Manor. Ralph passed away on Saturday morning, January 16, 2010, at the Sogge Memorial Good Samaritan Society at the wonderful age of 97.

    Ralph was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Rosehill Township, Bethany Lutheran Church in Storden and after moving to Windom became a member of the American Lutheran Church. He served on the boards for the Storden Public School, Farmer’s Grain Elevator in Storden and the Swan Lake DAC in Delft. He served as Chairman, Deacon, Trustee, Secretary, Treasurer, and Sunday School Teacher at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. He served on the Bethany Lutheran Church cemetery board. He was a member of the Golden K Kiwanis Club in Windom. Ralph enjoyed singing, reading, horses, cattle and going to the many sporting events of his children and grandchildren. In his retirement, Ralph enjoyed fishing, reading, and watching the birds near his home on the river. Throughout his life he enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren the most.

    Ralph is survived by seven children and their spouses, Jeannine Holmberg (Darrell) of Lamberton; Carol Flitter (Gerald) of Madelia; Robert Meyer (Carrie) of Comfrey; Marvin Meyer (Diane) of Richfield; Richard Meyer (Wendy) of Storden; Nickolas Meyer ( Blanche) of Storden; Lillian Gronewold (Mark) of Madelia; 21 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

    Ralph is preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Ramona at age 3; two grandchildren, Jonathan and Cari Holmberg; one brother, William Meyer; and one sister, Freida Wolter.

    Blessed be the memory of Ralph Meyer.1

Family: Nora Mischke d. 1 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. [S396] LaCanne Funeral Home, Accessed 3 March 2010, <http://lacannefuneralhome.com>.
  2. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 59310663.
  3. [S396] LaCanne Funeral Home, Accessed 3 March 2010, <http://lacannefuneralhome.com>, Lived 3 years.

Freida Margaretha Meyer1

F, b. 9 June 1902, d. 23 February 1991
  • Occupation*: Housewife.1
  • Education*: Freida Margaretha Meyer was educated; highest grade completed: 8th.1
  • Birth*: She was born on 9 June 1902.1,2
  • Misc*: She and William John Meyer were (an unknown value) circa 1915.
    William, Frieda, Ralph Meyer
  • Marriage*: Freida Margaretha Meyer married Wilhelm John Christian Wolter on 28 August 1918.2
  • Death*: Freida Margaretha Meyer died on 23 February 1991 at Windom, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 88.3,1
  • CauseDeath: Noted as congestive heart failure. Other significant condition: severe inoperative aortic stenosis.1
  • Burial*: She was buried after 23 February 1991 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1,4
    Freida and Wilhelm Wolter gravestone, Jeffers Cemeter. Photo courtesy of mordecarr.

Family: Wilhelm John Christian Wolter b. 11 Mar 1898

Citations

  1. [S418] Freida Wolter, Certificate of Death.
  2. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 93.
  3. [S396] LaCanne Funeral Home, Accessed 3 March 2010, <http://lacannefuneralhome.com>.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 40152510.
  5. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 94.

Wilhelm John Christian Wolter1,2

M, b. 11 March 1898
  • Birth*: Wilhelm John Christian Wolter was born on 11 March 1898.3,4
  • Marriage*: He married Freida Margaretha Meyer on 28 August 1918.4
  • Burial*: Wilhelm John Christian Wolter was buried in 1970 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.3
    Wilhelm and Freida Wolter gravestone, Jeffers Cemetery. Photo courtesy of mordecarr (FAG member #46774197)

Family: Freida Margaretha Meyer b. 9 Jun 1902, d. 23 Feb 1991

Citations

  1. [S418] Freida Wolter, Certificate of Death.
  2. [S621] Gary Leopold, "Radach family," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 29 May 2011.
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial # 40152491.
  4. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 93.
  5. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 94.

Nora Mischke1

F, d. 1 July 2006

Family: Ralph Herman Meyer b. 1 Feb 1912, d. 18 Feb 2010

Citations

  1. [S396] LaCanne Funeral Home, Accessed 3 March 2010, <http://lacannefuneralhome.com>.
  2. [S396] LaCanne Funeral Home, Accessed 3 March 2010, <http://lacannefuneralhome.com>, Lived 3 years.

William Krack1

M, b. 31 March 1877, d. 7 February 1949

William and Verna Krack
  • Marriage*: William Krack married an unknown person.
  • Num Child*: He had 5 - Ralph, Mildred, Kenneth, Evelyn, Russell. children.2
  • Birth*: He was born on 31 March 1877; was 3 on 1880 census.3
  • Occupation*: Worked in the Homestake Mining Company mine in 1916.2
  • Death*: He died on 7 February 1949 at Los Angeles, CA, USA, at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 92.
  2. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 93.
  3. [S661] Krack Familien Register.

Anna Krack

F, b. 15 June 1875

Family: Joseph Edward Hinkle b. 15 May 1869, d. 27 May 1965

Citations

  1. [S661] Krack Familien Register.
  2. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 89.
  3. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 90.