Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals


John Herman Fangman Fangmann

DWS: from family tree of user: vngrote

Maria Catharina Meyer

DWS: from family tree of user: vngrote

Theodore Hinners

DWS: from family tree of user: alanlong45 : Hinners family tree
Theodore Hinners
Birth 1817 in Hanover, Germany
Death 22 Aug 1855 in Minster, Ohio

Elisabeth Rohenkohl

DWS: from family tree of user: alanlong45 : Hinners family tree
Elisabeth Rohenkohl
Birth 10 AUG 1820 in Oldenburg, Germany
Death 4 JAN 1911

Andrew Bernard Fangman

DWS: : Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947
Name: Andreas Bernardum Fangman
Birth Date: Jul 1883
Christening Place: St Boniface, Dubuque, New Vienna, Iowa
Father's Name: Fridrici Fangman
Mother's Name: Bernardina Hinnes
FHL Film Number: 1637056
DWS: from gravestones at family plot in Raeville, Boone county, Nebr

Fr Paul J Fangman

Rev Fr Paul J. "Father Paul" Fangman
Birth: Oct. 25, 1922, New York, USA,
Death: Jul. 1, 2010, Albion, Boone County, Nebraska, USA

He came by orphan train to Nebraska in 1923 and was adopted at nine months of age by Andrew and Anna Fangman. He attended grade school and high school at St. John Berchmans in Raeville, NE and graduated in 1940. He attended St. Lawrence College at Mt. Calvary, WI for three years, studied his philosophy requirements at St. Louis Preparatory Seminary in St. Louis, MO, and completed his thological course at Kenrich Seminary in St. Louis, MO.
Fr. Paul was ordained on April 25, 1949 at St. Cecilia's Cathedral in Omaha, NE, by Archbishop Gerald T. Bergan D.D. He celebrated his first Solemn High Mass at St. Bonaventure's Church on Monday, May 2, 1949 at Raeville, NE.
On May 12, 1949, Fr. Paul began his first assignment as Assistant Pastor at St. Frances Church in Randolph, NE. He also served as Assistant Pastor at St. Wenceslaus Church and Assumption Church in Omaha, NE (1952-1953). He served as Pastor at St. Anthony's Church in Colfax County, NE (1953-1963), St. Mary's Church in Primrose, NE (1963-1984), St. Peter's Church in Clarks, NE (1984-1991), St. Peter and Paul's Church in Butte, NE (1991-1993).
On Oct. 29, 1993, Fr. Paul retired to Platte County, NE. He moved to Lindsay, NE in and lived at the rectory of Holy Family Church with Fr. Novotny until moving to the Wolf Memorial Good Samaritan Center in Albion, NE on Jan. 11, 2007.
Fr. Paul was a very learned man; in both religion and worldly news. He was deeply involved with the Orphan Train and attended many conventions on its behalf. He also mastered the art of "Junk" collecting; acquiring a substantial collection over the years.
He is survived by cousins, other relatives, former parishioners and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents.

Fr. Paul was great at counseling people in their troubled times. He was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Andrew Fangman (1883 - 1970)
Anna Fangman (1881 - 1958)
Burial: Saint Bonaventure Catholic Cemetery, Raeville, Boone County, Nebraska, USA
Created by: Don
Record added: Jul 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54424986

Fred John Fangman

DWS: from family tree of user: RobertL54

Fred John Fangman

DWS: from family tree of user: RobertL54

Louise Fangman

DWS: from Petersburg Nebraska Centennial Book 1887-1987
article contributed by Josephine Fangman Quinn
no children

Rosella Henrietta (Sally) Fangman

DWS: from Petersburg Nebraska Centennial Book 1887-1987
article contributed by Josephine Fangman Quinn
DWS: from obit:
" Mass of Christian Burial for Sally F. Klitz age 95 of Dodge, NE will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church-Olean, rural Dodge, NE. Interment will be in the Sacred Heart Cemetery. Minnick Funeral Chapel in Dodge is in charge of the arrangements.
Sally passed away on Thursday, August 22, 2013 at the Parkview Home in Dodge, NE.
Sally F. Klitz was born Rosella Henrietta Fangman to John and Mary (Bode) Fangman on February 1, 1918 at Raeville, NE. Sally attended St. Bonaventure Catholic School through the 8th grade and graduated from St. John Berchman High School at Raeville, NE in 1935. Her family had a dairy and she helped make deliveries before school each day. Sally enjoyed attending dances, where she met Joe at a wedding dance in Howells. On November 29, 1944, she married Joseph Klitz at Raeville, NE. For the first year of their marriage the couple lived in Washington, DC, while Joe was completing his military service. In 1945 the couple moved to the family farm west of Dodge, where Sally would live for 60 years. They were partners in running the farm. After Joe's passing on June 20, 2001, Sally remained on the farm before moving into Dodge in 2005. She has been a resident of Parkview Home for the last two years, "her home away from home."
Sally had a strong faith. She was the oldest member of Sacred Heart Parish and a member of St. Anne's Mother's Sodality. She enjoyed playing bingo and attending auctions. Sally was famous for her angel food birthday cakes, baking Christmas cookies and making peanut brittle. She stitched crosses as gifts for the First Communicants at Howells Community Catholic School and also for those who made a difference in her life.
Survivors include Daughter-Mary Kay Hensley of Schererville, IN; Daughter-Joan (Dennis) Connor of Omaha, NE and their family, Julie (Matthew) Metz and Hannah and Genevieve, Andrew (Adrienne) Connor and Cate and Quincy, Jill Connor and husband Chad McVicker, and Kara (Andrew) Nickel; Daughter-Jean (Larry) Crider of Blair, NE; Daughter-Janet (Gary) Dooley of Waterloo, NE; and Daughter-Sally (Robert) Ritzdorf of Howells, NE. and their daughter Emily Ritzdorf; and a sister-in-law, Jeannine Klitz of Fremont, NE.
Sally was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Joe, four brothers-Fred, John, Al & Wendelin Fangman, and six sisters- Regina Fangman, Marie Fangman, Josephine Quinn, Louise Taylor, Freda Krolick, and Florentine Mattner. "