Otto Herbert Conrad1

M, b. circa 1900, d. 14 December 1917

Citations

  1. [S488] Unknown author, St. John's Interments.

Mildred Yanetta Conrad1

F, b. 12 April 1918, d. 20 April 1918

Citations

  1. [S488] Unknown author, St. John's Interments.

Herman Christopher Woltman1,2

M, b. 10 February 1854, d. 11 January 1937

Herman Woltman gravestone, Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Birth*: Herman Christopher Woltman was born on 10 February 1854 at Bremen, Germany.1
  • Death: He died on 7 January 1937 at Cherokee, Cherokee County, IA, USA, at age 82.1
  • Burial*: He was buried after 7 January 1937 at Cherokee, Cherokee County, IA, USA.3
  • ObituaryText*: Herman Christopher Woltman, who was born February 10, 1854. in Bremen, Germany, was summoned to his eternal rest on the afternoon of January 7. 1937. at the age of 82 years, 10 months and 28 days. Death came as the result of a paralytic stroke that had confined him to his home in Cherokee, Iowa, for a month.

    He was baptized and confirmed as a Lutheran while still in Germany At the age of 14 he emigrated to the United States, attending school at Iowa City. After a brief visit in Germany he returned to the United States and May 1. 1882, was united in holy matrimony with Margaret Foltmer. This union was blessed with five children. Mr. and Mrs. Woltman established their home on a farm in Rock township, of Cherokee county, and since the year 1920 have resided in the city of Cherokee; Iowa.

    His children will remember him as a kind father: his wife will remember hint as a devoted husband; his many friends will remember him as a cheerful neighbor.

    Those who survive to mourn the death of Herman Woltman are: his wife: one brother, Henry Woltman of Cherokee: his children, Henry J. Woltman and Mrs. Peter Lehnoff of Marcus: Mrs. Harry Archer and Mrs. Chester Peck of Cleghorn. and Edward Woltman of Cherokee. eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild: and a host of relatives and friends. One of the grandchildren preceded him in death.

    Asleep in Jesus! peaceful rest! Whose waiting is supremely blest; No fear, no woe. shall dim that hour That manifests the Savior's power.1

Citations

  1. [S975] Cherokee Daily Times, 11 Jan 1937, p. 6.
  2. [S489] Cherokee Times, 11 Mar 1925, p. 2.
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial ## 57862189.

Henry J Woltman1

M, b. circa 1884, d. 17 April 1939

Henry and Henrietta Woltman, sponsors of Minnie Meyer
  • Marriage*: Henry J Woltman married Henrietta (?)
  • Birth*: Henry J Woltman was born circa 1884.
  • Death*: He died on 17 April 1939.1
  • Burial*: He was buried after 17 April 1939 at Cherokee, Cherokee County, IA, USA; Blk 11, lot 23.2
    Henry Woltman gravestone, Oak Hill Cemetery

Family: Henrietta (?) b. 1860, d. 12 May 1934

Citations

  1. [S489] Cherokee Times, 11 Mar 1925, p. 2.
  2. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, memorial # 65536160.

Katarina D Woltman1,2

F, b. 4 April 1837, d. 27 February 1920

Family: Henry William Theileis b. 23 Jun 1847, d. 18 May 1903

Citations

  1. [S489] Cherokee Times, 11 Mar 1925, p. 2.
  2. [S618] Marthann Kohl-Fus, "Email about Katarina Woltman," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 15 Mar 2009.
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 29420341.

Oscar Verbert Smith1

M, b. 21 August 1892, d. 23 June 1946

Oscar Smith
  • Misc*: Oscar and Vincent made friends easily and enjoyed Sunday horse races on the prairie. One Sunday Oscar's horse, Dandy, stepped into a prairie dog's hole and broke a front leg. Upon arriving home Oscar's father told him there was nothing to do but shoot the horse. Oscar wouldn't hear of it. He and Vincie fixed a sling to hold the horse up o ff his broken leg. The boys cared for him for weeks, and when they finally let him down on the leg, it was healed and fine. Dandy was a good horse for many years as a result of the loving and caring.2
  • Birth*: Oscar Verbert Smith was born on 21 August 1892 at Charles Mix County, SD, USA.1,3
  • Medical*: Known medical issues:; Oscar and his baby brother became very ill. A near epidemic existed in the area. Victor died before he was quite a year old, and at nearly four years of age, Oscar was unable to walk. His parents hoped if they came back to Iowa they could save their son, Oscar so they loaded a few posessions and their eight children into a covered wagon and started the long journey back to friends and relatives in Silver and Rock Townships of Cherokee County, Iowa. In spite of his handicap, back and leg problems, Oscar was a happy child.2
  • Residence*: He lived in 1909 at Vega, TX, USA; Oscar's father decided to move to Vega, Texas. The hot winds and dust storms made this home undesirable, so they moved on to Sayre, Oklahoma, hoping things would be better.2
  • Medical: Known medical issues:; Many including Oscar were ill.... Oscar was not well when he returned from the war. The flu, damp, and cold had taken their toll.4
  • Milit-Beg*: He began military service in May 1918 at IA, USA, Company A, 350 infantry, 88th Division. In August his company went by train east across the Mississippi River through Chicago at night and on to Cleveland, Ohio. The heat was intese. They stopped the train and marched the men to Lake Erie where they were permitted to swim. As they marched back to board their train, they were greeted by the Red Cross and given pie and cold drinks. The train continued east passing the waterfront of New York City. They saw the Statue of Liberty. After eating dinner, they marched onto a boat which went unde the Brooklyn Bridge and on ato a "Godforsaken Island" - Camp Upton, New York. On August 6, 1918, the company left for England and later France. Rain and mud greeted them everywhere, and tent life posed problems. Many including Oscar were ill. When the Armistice was signed, he and his division were on the front lines in trenches. In May, 1919, Oscar and his brother Vincent were able to get together. Vincent had a fourteen day leave and was located not far from Oscar. Several friends from home were together over there, including Ernest Lawrence from Minnesota and Frank Ryan from Quimby....Oscar was the first to return home after receiving an honorable discharge in May, 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. He also received a citation from the King of England.5
  • Milit-End*: He ended military service in May 1919 at IA, USA.4
  • Marriage*: He married Emma Mathilde "Tilla" "Toodles" Meyer on 23 December 1919 at IA, USA.4,6
    Oscar and Tilla Smith
    Oscar Smith and Tilla Meyer wedding, 1919
  • Occupation*: Oscar's failing health forced him to quit farming, so he took up the barber trade. He practiced in Gaza, iowa for awhile and then moved back to Quimby....People in Quimby may remember him as the custodian at the Quimby Consolidated School for twelve years. circa 1921.4
  • Residence: Oscar Verbert Smith lived in 1945 at Arcadia, Los Angeles County, CA, USAG; Oscar and Tilla moved to Arcadia, California, hoping the weather might help them both. This was not the case. Archie and Betty moved out to be with them. Oscar's health worsened.4
  • ObituaryText: Oscar V. Smith, 53, passed away at Scottsbluff, Neb. at the Methodist hospital June 23. The remains will be shipped to Cherokee for burial. Surviving are his widow; one son, Archie V. Smith; and the following brothers and sisters; W. V. Smith, Mrs. Etta McCannon, Mrs. Esther Jenness, all of Quimby; Mrs. Dora McCannon, Gresham, Ore, Mrs. Irene Carstensen, Edgerton, Minn; Mrs. Viola Woodall, Marcus; and Mrs. Vivian Specht, Cherokee.7
  • Death*: He died on 23 June 1946 at Scotts Bluff, Scotts Bluff County, NE, USAG, at age 53; hospitalized here enroute from California to Quimby and died.4,3
  • Burial*: He was buried after 23 June 1946 at Cherokee, Cherokee County, IA, USAG.
  • ObituaryText: Oscar Vebert Smith, son of Vincent and Katherine Smith, was born in Charles Mix county, South Dakota, Aug. 21, 1892 and passed away June 23, 1946 in the Methodist hospital in Scotts Bluff, Nebr. at the age of 53 years, 10 months and 2 days. He was four years old when the family moved to Iowa in a covered wagon, locating in Silver township, Cherokee county. They made their home in Silver and Rock townships until 1907 when the family moved to Amarillo, Texas. Returning to Iowa year later, he lived in the Quimby community. During World War I, he enlisted for service. After three months training at Camp Dodge, he left for overseas with the 88th division, landing in England Aug. 28, 1918. From there he went to France and immediately to the front lines, where he remained until the end of the war. During that time he was seriously ill of the flu from which he never completely regainted his health. In December 1919, he married Matilda Meyer and they farmed in Willow township. The coupld had one son, Archie Vincent. Failing health caused Mr. Smith to leave the farm five years later, and he took up the barbering profession at Gaza. After several years, he entered the Veterans hospital at Hot Springs, S.D. never completely recovering his strength, but remaining cheerful. The last 12 years he spent as custodian of the Quimby school, endearing himself to students and instructors alike. A year ago he moved to Arcadia, Calif. where he was forced to enter the military hospital at Long Beach for seven weeks this spring. Then Mr and Mrs Smith came back to Scotts Bluff to be with their son, where the death occurred. Surviving are his widow; his son; a brother, W.V. Smith, Quimby; six sisters, Mrs. Etta McCannon and Mrs. Esther Jenness, Quimby, Mrs Dora McCannan, Gresham, Ore, Mrs. Irene Carstenson, Lakefield, Minn., Mrs. Violet Woodall, Marcus, and Mrs. Vivian Specht, Cherokee.8

Family: Emma Mathilde "Tilla" "Toodles" Meyer b. 6 Jun 1895, d. 5 Oct 1982

Citations

  1. [S490] Centennial Committee, Quimby centennial.
  2. [S490] Centennial Committee, Quimby centennial, p. 439.
  3. [S756] Mildred Fielder, Edzards family, p. 87.
  4. [S490] Centennial Committee, Quimby centennial, p. 440.
  5. [S490] Centennial Committee, Quimby centennial, p. 439-440.
  6. [S547] Index to marriage record: Book 8, p. 269.
  7. [S559] Unknown short newspaper title, 23 Jun 1946.
  8. [S560] Unknown short newspaper title.

Jean Anderson1

F, d. 1990

Family: Raymond Willard Pankonin b. 1 Mar 1925, d. 6 Jul 1998

Citations

  1. [S496] New Ulm Journal, 7 Aug 1998.

Mary Augusta Albrecht1,2

F, b. 10 November 1886, d. 3 May 1941
  • Occupation*: Housewife.2
  • Residence*: Mary Augusta Albrecht lived at Redwood County, MN, USA.2
  • Birth*: She was born on 10 November 1886 at Sponbrueke, Pommern, Germany; Born in Sponbrueke, Pommern, Bermany; was 54 years old. Mrs. John Radach, 54, passed away at the Springfield hospital early Saturday morning May 3, after suffering the past two years with asthma. Mrs. Radach had enjoyed good health her entire life until stricken with an illness two years ago. She sought the best of medical aid, receiving only temporary relief. Specialists diagnosed her illness as bronchial asthma. She was taken to the Springfield hospital last Friday. The deceased was born in 1886 in Pommern Germany. At the age of four she accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Albrecht, to this country, the family settling on a farm in Germantown township. In her youth she was confirmed in the Germantown Lutheran church of which she was a member until her death. In 1905 she was married to Mr. John Radach. This union was blessed with three children, namely Bernice, Berton and Irene. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, Bernice, Mrs. Malcolm Davis; Irene, Mrs. Laurence Crist, New Ulm; Berton of Sanborn; two sisters, Mrs. Augusta Hubert, Clements and Mrs. Howard Simmons of Acadia Valley, Alta, Canada; two brothers, Ernest Albrecht of Sanborn and Otto of Springfield; three grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held from the home Tuesday and from the St. John's Lutheran church of Germantown wiith the Rev. W.O. Langholz officiating. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were: Herman and Albert Thram, Anton Benson, Otto Hubert, Gust Missling and Edward Froehling.1,2,3
  • Immigration*: She immigrated circa 1899; lived in US 50 years.2
  • Marriage*: She married John Frank Radach in 1904.1
  • Death*: Mary Augusta Albrecht died on 3 May 1941 at Springfield, Brown County, MN, USAG, at age 54.1,2
  • CauseDeath: Noted as chronic asthma 3 years, chronic myocarditis.2
  • Burial*: She was buried on 6 May 1941 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.2,4
    Mary Radach gravestone, St. John's Cemetery
  • ObituaryText: Born in Sponbrueke, Pommern, Bermany; was 54 years old. Mrs. John Radach, 54, passed away at the Springfield hospital early Saturday morning May 3, after suffering the past two years with asthma. Mrs. Radach had enjoyed good health her entire life until stricken with an illness two years ago. She sought the best of medical aid, receiving only temporary relief. Specialists diagnosed her illness as bronchial asthma. She was taken to the Springfield hospital last Friday. The deceased was born in 1886 in Pommern Germany. At the age of four she accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Albrecht, to this country, the family settling on a farm in Germantown township. In her youth she was confirmed in the Germantown Lutheran church of which she was a member until her death. In 1905 she was married to Mr. John Radach. This union was blessed with three children, namely Bernice, Berton and Irene. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, Bernice, Mrs. Malcolm Davis; Irene, Mrs. Laurence Crist, New Ulm; Berton of Sanborn; two sisters, Mrs. Augusta Hubert, Clements and Mrs. Howard Simmons of Acadia Valley, Alta, Canada; two brothers, Ernest Albrecht of Sanborn and Otto of Springfield; three grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held from the home Tuesday and from the St. John's Lutheran church of Germantown wiith the Rev. W.O. Langholz officiating. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were: Herman and Albert Thram, Anton Benson, Otto Hubert, Gust Missling and Edward Froehling.3

Family: John Frank Radach b. 1 Mar 1881, d. 28 Dec 1958

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S540] Mary Radach, Certificate of Death.
  3. [S800] Sanborn Sentinel, 3 May, 1941, p. 1.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57310313.
  5. [S596] James McDermott, "Email on Irene Radach," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 20 Mar 2011.

Lena Winter1

F, b. circa 1860

Lena Winter
  • Birth*: Lena Winter was born circa 1860.1

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."

Sophie Winter1

F, b. circa 1860
  • Birth*: Sophie Winter was born circa 1860.1

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."

Frantz Theodore Winter1,2

M, b. 8 March 1858, d. 11 December 1927

Frank Winter
Lena, Frank, Pauline, Marie Winter
  • Marriage*: Frantz Theodore Winter married Paulina Alvina Zuther.3
  • Birth*: Frantz Theodore Winter was born on 8 March 1858 at Germany.1,2
  • Immigration*: He immigrated circa 1868; says llived in US 59 years.2
  • Occupation*: Farmer in 1927.2
  • Death*: He died on 11 December 1927 at Charlestown Twp, Redwood County, MN, USAG, at age 69.2
  • CauseDeath: Noted as uremic coma (6 days) due to spinal cord neoplasm (3 mos.)2
  • Burial*: He was buried on 14 December 1927 at Cottonwood County, MN, USA.2,4
    Frank and Pauline Winter gravestone, Germantown Cemetery

Family: Paulina Alvina Zuther b. 7 Apr 1863, d. 18 Jan 1945

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S577] Frank Winter, Certificate of death.
  3. [S583] Paulina Winter, Certificate of Death.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 58290539.

Emma Pauline Leopold1,2

F, b. 14 March 1886, d. March 1979

Family: Otto Christian Radach b. 24 Jan 1883, d. 23 Jan 1958

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S615] Gary Leopold, "Family Group Record."
  3. [S617] MOMS.

Matilda Grunewald1,2,3

F, b. 1 July 1901, d. 2 February 1973

Family: Bernard Wilhelm Andreas Radach b. 4 Apr 1890, d. 15 Jul 1963

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S615] Gary Leopold, "Family Group Record."
  3. [S617] MOMS.

Anna Alma Radach1,2

F, b. 10 July 1901, d. 25 September 1938

Annie Radach

Family: Arthur Tordsen b. 2 Oct 1896, d. 10 May 1964

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S615] Gary Leopold, "Family Group Record."
  3. [S732] Anna Tordsen, Certificate of Death.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 73773314.

Arthur Tordsen1

M, b. 2 October 1896, d. 10 May 1964
  • Birth*: Arthur Tordsen was born on 2 October 1896 at MN, USA.
  • Marriage*: He married Anna Alma Radach on 10 March 1921; MN Marriage index REDWOOD     K-348.1
  • Death*: Arthur Tordsen died on 10 May 1964 at age 67; MN Death index CERTID# 1964-MN-001815 Findagrave 73773285.

Family: Anna Alma Radach b. 10 Jul 1901, d. 25 Sep 1938

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."

Lelah H Bierman1

F, b. 25 January 1900, d. 31 August 1990

Lelah & Malinda Bierman, 1921. Photo courtesy of Gary Leopold
  • Birth*: Lelah H Bierman was born on 25 January 1900.1
  • Marriage*: She married Lawrence Frank Radach on 10 March 1925.1
  • Death*: Lelah H Bierman died on 31 August 1990 at Redwood County, MN, USA, at age 90; MN Death Index CERTID# 1990-MN-024594.1

Family: Lawrence Frank Radach b. 3 Jun 1898, d. 3 Oct 1955

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."

Esther Maria Olga Radach1,2

F, b. 24 December 1899, d. 25 February 1993

Esther Radach

Family: Martin Friedrich Wilhelm Bierman b. 29 Jul 1897, d. 6 Jan 1981

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S615] Gary Leopold, "Family Group Record."
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57557265.

Martin Friedrich Wilhelm Bierman1

M, b. 29 July 1897, d. 6 January 1981

Family: Esther Maria Olga Radach b. 24 Dec 1899, d. 25 Feb 1993

Citations

  1. [S499] Unknown, "Gotlieb Radach family."
  2. [S615] Gary Leopold, "Family Group Record."
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57557267.

Christian Schlief1

M, b. circa 1800, d. circa 1861
  • Birth*: Christian Schlief was born circa 1800 at Zakrzewke Colonie, Flatow, West Prussia.1
  • Marriage*: He married Eva Rosine Mielke on 16 June 1833; Marriage record was found on old German film at Salt Lake City, Utah at the genealogy bldg.1
  • Immigration*: Christian Schlief and Eva Rosine Mielke immigrated in 1856; crossed the Atlantic for the new world. It was a long and difficult journey since the sailing ship could not follow a direct course. Many became sick, thirsty, and so hungry that the story goes like this: "Some people aboard ship disliked an old very disagreeable man so much, that they connived to put him in the pot, but luck for him, they reached land just in time." After three months they set ahore, and hastily made the trek to Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, where they settled near Ashford, in Ashford township.1
  • Death*: Christian Schlief died circa 1861; Christian must have died on the way to Minnesota becasue we have found no record of his death in Wisconsin or Minnesota.1

Family: Eva Rosine Mielke b. 1811, d. 9 May 1884

Citations

  1. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family.
  2. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family, p. 4.

Eva Rosine Mielke1

F, b. 1811, d. 9 May 1884
  • Birth*: Eva Rosine Mielke was born in 1811 at Zakrzewke Colonie, Flatow, West Prussia.1
  • Marriage*: She married Christian Schlief on 16 June 1833; Marriage record was found on old German film at Salt Lake City, Utah at the genealogy bldg.1
  • Immigration*: Eva Rosine Mielke and Christian Schlief immigrated in 1856; crossed the Atlantic for the new world. It was a long and difficult journey since the sailing ship could not follow a direct course. Many became sick, thirsty, and so hungry that the story goes like this: "Some people aboard ship disliked an old very disagreeable man so much, that they connived to put him in the pot, but luck for him, they reached land just in time." After three months they set ahore, and hastily made the trek to Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, where they settled near Ashford, in Ashford township.1
  • Residence*: Eva Rosine Mielke lived circa 1861 at Home Township, Brown County, WI, USA; After farming there [Ashland] about five years, they moved to Home Township, Brown County, Minnesota.1
  • Census*: She appeared on the census of 1870 at Home Township, Brown County, WI, USA; living with her daughter Wilhelmina Mielke.1
  • Census: She appeared on the census of 1880; living with Amelia Prosch.1
  • Death*: She died on 9 May 1884 at Brown County, MN, USA.1
  • Burial*: She was buried on 23 May 1884 at Sleepy Eye, Brown County, MN, USAG.1

Family: Christian Schlief b. c 1800, d. c 1861

Citations

  1. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family.
  2. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family, p. 4.

John Mielke1

M, b. 1780, d. 1853
  • Birth*: John Mielke was born in 1780.1
  • Death*: He died in 1853.2

Family:

Citations

  1. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family.
  2. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family, p.4.

Caroline Schlief1

F, b. 4 September 1834, d. 10 May 1835

Citations

  1. [S500] Grace Walton, Schleif family, p. 4.