Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals


Joseph Albert Bernt

DWS: from tree by shorner5572406
DWS: 1900 Fed census Cedar twnp, Greeley county, Nebraska 4 Jun 1900
Joseph Berent 30 head, marr 7 yrs, b. Dec 1869 Austria as were parents
Anna Berent 28 wife, marr 7 yrs, 5 ch 5 living b. Germany as were parents
Clara Berent 13 dau b. May 1894 Nebr
Taney Berent 5 dau b. July 1895 Nebr
Frances Berent 4 son b. Nov 1896 Nebr
Elsa Berent 2 dau b. Sept 1898 Nebr
Hildgard Berent 1 dau b. Feb 1899 Nebr
DWS: 1910 Fed census Cedar pct, Greeley county, Nebraska
Joseph Bernt 40 head, marr 18 yrs, b. Germany as were parents, immig 1880, farmer
Anna Bernt 38 wife, marr 18 yrs, 7 ch, 7 living, b. Germany as were parents, immig 1888
Clara Bernt 17 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Antonia Bernt 15 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Elsie Bernt 12 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Hilda Bernt 11 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Wilheimine Bernt 9 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Marie Bernt 3 dau, single, b. Nebraska
DWS: 1920 Fed Spalding village, Greeley county, Nebraska 5 Jan 1920
dws: note this is Joseph's 2nd wife - named Anna also.
Joseph Bernt 50 head, b. Austria as were parents, not working
Anna Bernt 34 wife, b. Nebraska, parents both b. Austria
Mary A Bernt 13 dau b. Nebr
Clementina Lawrence 8 step dau, b. Nebr
Irene Lawrence 6 step dau, b. Nebr
DWS: 1930 Fed census West Mount Angel, Marion, Oregon 16 Apr 1930
Joseph Bernt 60 head, marr 1st time age 22 yrs, b. Czechoslovakia as were parents, immig 1879, farmer
Anna Bernt 44 wife, marr 1st time age 23 yrs, b. Nebraska, parents both b. Austria
Clementine Bernt 18 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Irene Bernt 16 dau, single, b. Nebraska
Edward Bernt 9 son, b. Oregon
A Louis Bernt 7 son, b. Oregon
Alfred Bernt 4 5/12 son, b. Oregon
Joseph Bernt 3 3/12 son, b. Oregon
DWS: 1940 Fed census West Mount Angel, Marion, Oregon
Joseph Bernt 70 head b. Austria, farmer owned home
Anna Bernt 54 wife b. Nebraska
Edward Bernt 19 son b. Oregon
Louis Bernt 18 son b. Oregon
Alfred Bernt 14 son b. Oregon
Joseph Bernt 13 son b. Oregon

Anna Hedwig Rohr

DWS: from tree
Anna Rohr Bernt
Birth: 1871
Death: 1913
Born in Berlin, Germany.
Daughter of Theodore & Hedwig Sweiner (Zweiner) Rohr of Germany.
Anna Rohr married Joseph Adolph "Joe" Bernt on July 27, 1892 in Spalding, Nebraska.
According to family history, Anna died of a stroke.
Joseph Adolph Bernt (1869 - 1945)
Frank Joseph Bernt (1896 - 1958)*
*Calculated relationship
wife of Joseph
Burial: Calvary Cemetery Spalding Greeley County Nebraska, USA
Created by: A Seeker
Record added: Feb 07, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24464839

Clara Marie Bernt

DWS: from tree
had shown dob as 10 May 1893 at Spalding, Greeley Co, NE but death as March 1893??

Antoinette Josephine Bernt

DWS: from tree

Elizabeth Bernt

DWS: from tree

Hildagard Ottilia Bernt Berndt

DWS: from tree

Wilhelmina Marie Bernt

DWS: from tree

Marie Anna Bernt

DWS: from tree

Albert Adolph Rothleutner

DWS: name, dates from Vickie Ziegenbein Garner on

Carolena (Caroline) Thramer

DWS: from Tina Wells on tree

Theodore Reicks

DWS: from 'Nepper and Reicks family history and genealogy' by Schmid, Joyce

Mary K Beckman

DWS: from 'Elgin, Nebraska Centennial 1889-1989' by Elgin Review and Walsorth Publishing Co, Marceline, MO

Alphons Valentine Klein

DWS: 1900 Fed census Oakland, Boone, Nebraska abt 14 June 1900
as a child with widowed mother
Rosina Kline 42 widowed b. Mar 1858 Germany, married 23 yrs, 8 ch 8 living, farmer
Bertha Kline 20 dau single b. Aug 1879 Illinois, father b. Germany, mother b. Germany
Olivia Kline 16 dau single b. Jan 1884 Nebr
Ignase Kline 14 son b. Aug 1885 Nebr
Joseph Kline 13 son b. Feb 1887 Nebr
Mary Kline 10 dau b. Aug 1889 Nebr
Frank Kline 8 son b. Jan 1892 Nebr
Alfons Kline 6 son b. Jan 1894 Nebr
Anna Kline 2 dau b. Aug 1897 Nebr
DWS: 1930 Fed census Petersburg, Boone, Nebraska 9 Apr 1930
Alfons V Klein 36 farmer marr age 26 b. Nebr parents b. Germany
Frances Klein 37 wife marr age 27 b. Nebr father b. Iowa mother b. Germany
Lorrain Klein 9 dau b. Nebr
Alma Klein 8 dau b. Nebr
Stella Klein 5 dau b. Nebr
Genevieve Klein 2 dau b. Nebr
Bernice Klein 3/12 dau b. Nebr
DWS: 1940 Fed census Oakland, Boone, Nebraska Apr 1940
Alphons Klein 46 farmer
Frances Klein 46 wife
Lorraine Klein 19 dau single b. Nebr
Alma Klein 18 dau single b. Nebr
Stella Klein 15 dau single b. Nebr
Geneviene Klein 12 dau single b. Nebr
Bernice Klein 10 dau single b. Nebr
Eugene Klein 8 son single b. Nebr
Ralph Klein 5 son single b. Nebr

Frances J Bueltel

DWS: 1900 Fed Census Logan, Antelope, Nebraska 15 June 1900
as a child with parents south of Elgin in Antelope County near Raeville in Boone county, Nebr
Louis Bueltel 35 head b. Apr 1865 Iowa, marr 12 yrs, parents b. Germany, farmer
Katie Bueltel 33 wife, Sep 1866 Germany, marr 12 yrs, 6 ch 6 living, immig 1878, parents b. Germany
Anna Bueltel 10 dau b. Sep 1889, Nebr
Mary Bueltel 9 dau b. Apr 1891, Nebr
Francis Bueltel 7 dau b. Aug 1892, Nebr
John Bueltel 5 son b. Mar 1895, Nebr
Thresia Bueltel 3 dau b. May 1897, Nebr
Rosa Bueltel 9/12 dau b. Aug 1899, Nebr
Martin Dozler 21 Boarder b. May 1879, single, Germany, immig 1885
DWS: one source has year of birth as 1893 but 1900 census says 1892

Conrad John Kaup

DWS: From Norfolk Daily News:
"Conrad Kaup
CROFTON -- Conrad J. Kaup, 90, formerly of Crofton, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, at the South Dakota Human Services Center in Yankton.
Services will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Crofton with burial at the parish cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 3-8 p.m. with a rosary at 7 p.m. and a vigil at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Wintz Funeral Home of Crofton is in charge of arrangements.
Conrad John Kaup was born on May 27, 1916, in West Point to Conrad and Justina (Stratman) Kaup. He lived in West Point until approximately age 14 when he went to seminary school in Calvary, Wis.
Conrad was ordained a Roman Catholic priest and served many parishes in Nebraska for over 35 years. He was formerly the boys head basketball coach at Cedar Catholic while in Hartington and also coached baseball.
Conrad married Della Marie Guenther on Aug. 11, 1977, in Denver, Colo. He and Della lived in Grand Island from 1982-2002. They moved to Crofton in 2002 after Della was diagnosed with cancer. Della died on Feb. 21, 2006, at her residence in Crofton at the age of 71 years.
Conrad was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Order of Foresters. He was very active in the church as a lector and was formerly active with Grand Island Central Catholic High School while living there. He always took great pride in his lawn and the flowers around his house.
Conrad is survived by one son and spouse, Barry and Heather Kaup of Littleton, Colo.; one brother, Bill and wife Rita Kaup of West Point; two sisters, Justina Kronke of Dodge and Ann Parr of Oakland.
He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Della; four brothers, Henry, Alex, Joe and John Kaup; three sisters, Catherine Langhorst, Theresa Langhorst and Elizabeth Deppe.
The Rev. Joseph Broudou will officiate. Pallbearers will be Kevin Kaup, Robert Parr, Tim Kaup, Joe Kaup, Bob Hegge and Larry Leader. Honorary pallbearers will be the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Order of Foresters."

William F Kaup

Norfolk Daliy News (Nebraska) 12/29/2006
"William Kaup
"WEST POINT - William F. "Bill" Kaup, 87, of West Point died Thursday, Dec, 28, 2006, at St. Francis Memorial Hospital.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church with burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visitation will be until 8 p.m. Friday, with a 7:30 p.m. wake, at Stokely Funeral Home.
Bill was born Nov. 17, 1919, on the family farm just north of Aloys to Conrad and Justina Stratman Kaup. He grew up there and attended St. Aloysius Catholic School. He attended St. Lawrence Seminary in Wisconsin for one year.
On Sept. 29, 1954, he married Rita Scanlon at St. Augustine's Catholic Church in Schuyler. The couple farmed at Aloys until retiring into West Point in 1994.
Bill had been a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church where he had served as trustee. He was a current member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Bill served on the Pebble Creek Catholic School Board. He served as the first treasurer for the Nebraska Pork Producers in the 1960s. Bill raised show hogs and participated in events all over the state. He was a sports enthusiast who loved golfing at Indian Trails.
Survivors include his wife, Rita of West Point; daughter, Maureen (Dave) Mausbach of Columbus; son, Kevin (Rhonda) of West Point; sisters, Justina Kroenke of Dodge and Anna Parr of Uehling; grandson, Garret Kaup; stepgrandchildren, Jenna and James Walden.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Katie Langhorst, Theresa Langhorst and Elizabeth Deppe; brothers, Henry, Joe, Alex, Conrad and John Kaup.
The Rev. Gerald Gonderinger will officiate."