Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Wayne (Babe) Wiese

DWS Omaha World-Herald
"WIESE -- Wayne "Babe" age 79 of West Point, NE. Wayne passed away on Wednesday, June 06, 2007 at St. Francis Memorial Hospital in West Point, NE. Preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Jeanine Wiese; grandson, Joshua Stalp; brothers, Pete and Vern (Fat) Wiese; sister, Audrey Rodick, and son-in-law, Robert Hawn. Survivors include wife, Mary Wiese of West Point, NE; sons, Larry and Nancy Wiese of Sioux City, IA, Randy and Kathy Wiese of Omaha, NE; daughters, Kathy and Bill Lorenz of Omaha, NE, Janet and Joe Schueth of Howells, NE, Marilyn Hawn of Papillion, NE, Joyce and Tim Stalp of West Point, NE; 16 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; brothers, Francis Wiese of West Point, NE, Leonard (Slim) Wiese of Wisner, NE; sister-in-law-Darlene Wiese of West Point, NE. Funeral services will be Saturday, June 9th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in West Point, NE. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. VISITATION will be Friday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. with the family present from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Kuzelka- Minnick Funeral Home in West Point, NE. A Vigil Service with the Rosary recited by the Knights of Columbus at 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Kuzelka-Minnick Funeral Home in West Point, NE is in charge of arrangements."


Mary Ellen Sendgraff

DWS: from http://fremonttribune.com 2 Feb 2009
" Mary E. Wiese, 79, of West Point died Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009, at Colonial Haven Nursing Home in Beemer.
She was born Feb. 3, 1929, in rural West Point to Henry and Gertrude (Kassmeier) Sendgraff. She attended Guardian Angels School and graduated in 1946. She worked at the West Point Creamery after graduation. She married Wayne “Babe” Wiese on Feb. 5, 1948, in West Point. She stayed home raising her family until 1968, when she operated a daycare and did tailoring for Schmitt’s Clothing out of her home. She later worked at Graybeal’s Foods in the bakery and as a tailor for Schmitt’s Clothing in the store. She quit working in 1988.
She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in West Point, its Christian Mothers Society and its Ladies Guild.
Survivors include: her children, Larry (and wife, Nancy) Wiese of Dakota Dunes, S.D., Kathy (and husband, Bill) Lorenz of Omaha, Janet (and husband, Joe) Schueth of Howells, Marilyn Hawn of Papillion, Randy (and wife, Kathy) Wiese of Omaha and Joyce (and husband, Tim) Stalp of West Point; two sisters, Doris (and husband, Tony) Batenhorst of West Point and Betty (and husband, Gene) Dlouhy of Fremont; Ray (and wife, Mary Lou) Sendgraff of Fremont and Bob Sendgraff of Fort Collins, Colo.; 16 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter, a grandson, two brothers and a son-in-law.
The funeral was this morning at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in West Point. Burial was in St. Michael’s Cemetery.
Kuzelka-Minnick Funeral Home in West Point was in charge of arrangements.
Relatives and friends can leave online condolences at www.kuzelka-minnickfuneralhomes.com"


Walter Thomas Wolverton

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Chris Porter
Wolverton Family Tree
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/55588539
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Frank Uhlik

From "Dodge, NE a Century of Integrity" 1886-1986 v.1 page 274:
"Frank and Catherine (Jsuka) Uhlik lived in Cejticich, a village close to
Pisek, Czech. The Uhlik family came to America in June of 1868 and lived for a
month in Omaha. They moved to Fremont, where they acquired a homestead in Pebble
Twp. (Dodge Co.).
Frank and Catherine had six children: Frank, Jr. married Anna Faltin; Charles
married Josephine Tomka; Vincent died of high fever; John married Antonie
Kotrba; Mary married Charles Schueth and Anna married Frank Studnicka.


Conrad Spenner

DWS: From Brother Florian (Charles) Schueth notes and collections he received
partially from Aunts Eleanor and Margaret Schueth who lived in Denver and
accumulated data for a family history: Conrad and Theresa (Knievel) Spenner had come from Germany to homestead at West Point, NE in 1865 as newlyweds. Her parents and other siblings came to West Point a year later on 6/6/1866 to join them.
The aunts had a date of birth of 7 Dec 1837 but the record below calculates to 7 Jan 1838 ??
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DWS: Marriage record from LDS Film # 1051653 Ger Pr Westfalen Haaren Cath Civil Records 1813-1874
CONRAD SPENNER age 27 y 1 m 18 da (?hard to read)
and THERESIA KNIEVEL age 20 y 1 mo 14 da
Marriage: 25 Feb 1865 Haaren, Westfalen, Germany
His Parents: Johann Ignatz Spenner & ? Angela Klute
Her Parents: Franz Knievel & Gertrude Goeke
Also appears in film #1051968
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DWS: ancestry.com: in the U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
dws viewed image of application
Name: Conrad Spenner
Birth Date: 7 Dec 1837
Birth Place: Haaren, Westphalia, Germany
Age: 71
Attests his family immig abt 1 April 1865 and he has been at West Point, Nebr for 44 years as a farmer
Passport Issue Date: 27 Oct 1909
Passport Includes a Photo: No
Residence: West Point, Nebraska
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DWS: 1880 Fed census St Charles Twp, Cuming Co, Nebr
Spenner Conrad age 42 farmer b. Prussia as were parents
Theresa age 35 wife keeping home b. Prussia as were parents
Gertie age 14 dau b. Nebr
Elizabeth age 12 dau b. Nebr
Anton age 10 son b. Nebr
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DWS: 1900 Fed census St Charles Twp, Cuming Co, Nebr
Spenner, Conrad head born Dec 1837 age 62 widowed, born Germany, emmigrated in 1865, farmer
Ignatz, son, born May 1877, age 23, single, born Nebraska, farm laborer
Katie, dau, born June 1879, age 20, single, born Nebraska, at home
Mary, dau, born Sept 1883, age 16, single, born Nebraska, at home
Joseph, son, born Mar 1886, age 14, single, born Nebraska, at school
also in the 19 june 1880 census of St Charles twp.
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Theresia Knievel

From Brother Florian (Charles) Schueth notes and collections he received
partially from Aunts Eleanor and Margaret Schueth who lived in Denver and
accumulated data for a family history: Conrad and Theresa (Knievel) Spenner had come from Germany to homestead at West Point, NE in 1865 as newlyweds. Her parents and other siblings came to West Point a year later on 6/6/1866 to join them.
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Marriage record from DWS: LDS Film # 1051653 Ger Pr Westfalen Haaren Cath Civil Records 1813-1874
CONRAD SPENNER age 27 y 1 m 18 da (?hard to read)
and THERESIA KNIEVEL age 20 y 1 mo 14 da
Marriage: 25 Feb 1865 Haaren, Westfalen, Germany
His Parents: Johann Ignatz Spenner & ? Angela Klute
Her Parents: Franz Knievel & Gertrude Goeke
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Gertrude Spenner

Became a nun, Sister Agnesia Spt 27, 1886 at Silver Lake, WI.


Elizabeth Spenner

Became a nun, Sister Valeria, July 7, 1889 at Silver Lake, WI


Marie Spenner (Twin)

From "Goegen - Genealogy of Goeken Families" 929 G549g by Karen A. Straub: It
is contended that the twins Mary and Ann both were born and died on 10/17/1871?


Marie Spenner

Became a nun, Sister Emerita, Aug 13, 1913 at Alverno, WI


Spenner

Died at birth.


Victor B Prinz

From Brother Florian (Charles) Schueth notes and collections he received
partially from Aunts Eleanor and Margaret Schueth who lived in Denver and
accumulated data for a family history: date of birth shown as 1905 vs 1903.
DWS: 1910 Census of Cuming Twsp, Cuming county, NE 20 Apr 1910
Prinz, Victor son (of Anton) age 6 born Nebr,
DWS: 1930 census Garfield twp, Cuming county, NEBR
farmer
wife Margaret and sons Leonard and Thomas
lived next to maybe brother John Prinz age 33 and his wife Theresa aged 25