Adalbert J. Weber1

M, #3901, b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Father*Josef Weber1 b. January 26, 1782
Mother*Magdalena Pichová1 b. July 24, 1779
Adalbert J. Weber
     Adalbert J. Weber was also known as Albert J.1 Adalbert J. Weber, son of Josef Weber and Magdalena Pichová, was born on October 21, 1811 in Truskoutctch, Bohemia, Austrian Empire.1
Adalbert received a degree from Kaiserlich und Koeniglich Vetenary Institute of the University of Vienna, Vienna, Wien, Austria, on August 1, 1834.1,2
Adalbert married Theresa Niebauer circa 1838.1
Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer immigrated in 1854 to House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri, from Bohemia. Arriving with Adalbert were Adolph Weber, Ferdinand Weber, J. Francis "Frank" Weber and John Weber.3
Adalbert and Theresa Niebauer Weber

Adalbert J. Weber received a land grant, issued under April 24, 1820 Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566) on May 2, 1859 at Jefferson County, Missouri. The land was described as 40 acres in N1/2 1NW part of section 31, township 43 N, range 5 E.4
In 1860 Adalbert J. Weber farmed at Meramec Township in Jefferson County, Missouri.5
Theresa and Adalbert J. Weber lived in 1860 at Meramec Township in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Ferdinand, J., John, Theresa, Andrew and Francis..5
Adalbert is a head of household, under the name of "Albert Weaver", on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 51-year-old man born in Bohemia, he owned personal property valued at $500.00 and was a citizen. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Ferdinand, J. Francis, John, Andrew and Francis, his daughter Theresa.5 Ferdinand Weber and Adalbert J. Weber were shown as neighbors on the 1870 U.S. census.6,7
Adalbert is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 60-year-old male born in Germany. He was a farmer who owned real-estate valued at $3,000.00 and personal property valued at $300.00 and was a citizen. Enumerated with him were:, his sons J. Francis, Andrew and Francis.7
An article in the April 20, 1877 Jefferson Democrat stated "The wheat crop - Frank Stow reports the following crop threshed by Albert Weber and sons, to the 5th inst.: Albert Weber, 258; Albert Miller, 320; Frank Stow, 436; Philip Boly, 288; John Stouse, 518; and Jacob Bohn, 454 bushels.8
In 1880 Adalbert J. Weber farmed at Meramec Township in Missouri.9
Adalbert is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 63-year-old male born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. He was a farmer. Enumerated with him were: his wife Theresa, his grandsons Henry Weber, Edward Weber and Albert Raymond Weber.9 Adalbert J. Weber, Frank Stowe, John R. Stowe, Andrew Weber and Franklin W. Weber were neighbors according to the 1880 census.10,11,12,9,13
Adalbert died on May 5, 1888 in Missouri, at age 76 of senile softening of the brain.1,14 His obituary was published in an unknown newspaper in May, 1888 at Missouri.15 His obituary stated:
Weber, Albert - died May 5, 1888. He was born October 21, 1811, and came to this county in 1853. He is survived by his wife, six sons and one daughter. Buried Bohemian church, Rock Creek
15
He was buried in May, 1888 in St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery in Rock Creek, Jefferson County, Missouri.16
Theresa Niebauer Weber and Albert Weber Tombstone

Theresa Niebauer Weber and Albert Weber Tombstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber5
1870Meramec Township, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber7
1880Meramec Township, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber9

Family

Theresa Niebauer b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.
  2. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  3. [S2437] Della Lang, The Best of Reflections - Pioneer Families of Northwest Jefferson County, Missouri.
  4. [S1955] Adalbert Weber land grant.
  5. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.
  6. [S1505] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Anton Weber household.
  7. [S1506] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  8. [S1819] Rootsweb Message Boards.
  9. [S2449] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  10. [S2451] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Franklin Weber household.
  11. [S2447] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Stowe household.
  12. [S2448] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John R. Stowe household.
  13. [S2450] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  14. [S2432] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Jefferson County Death Records 1883-1892.
  15. [S1157] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Deaths From Jefferson County Newspapers 1866-1920, Books I & II.
  16. [S2490] Missouri Cemetery Records Jefferson County.
  17. [S6207] Swillis (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Hoppe George Kern Morphis Willis" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on June 20, 2008.
  18. [S1527] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.

Theresa Niebauer1

F, #3902, b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
Theresa Niebauer Weber
     Theresa Niebauer was born on November 24, 1812 in Bohemia.1,2
Theresa married Adalbert J. Weber, son of Josef Weber and Magdalena Pichová, circa 1838.1
Theresa Niebauer and Adalbert J. Weber immigrated in 1854 to House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri, from Bohemia. Arriving with Theresa were Adolph Weber, Ferdinand Weber, J. Francis "Frank" Weber and John Weber.3
Adalbert and Theresa Niebauer Weber

Theresa and Adalbert J. Weber lived in 1860 at Meramec Township in Jefferson County, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Ferdinand, J., John, Theresa, Andrew and Francis..4
Theresa was enumerated with her husband, Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Theresa Weaver" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. She was listed as a 42-year-old woman born in Bohemia.4
Theresa was enumerated with her husband, Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Taresa Weber" on the 1870 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. She was listed as a 45-year-old female born in Germany, she was keeping house.5
Theresa was enumerated as the wife of Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Theresa Weber" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. She was listed as a married 67-year-old female born in Bohemia as were both of her parents. She could not read or write.6 Her husband, Adalbert, died on May 5, 1888 at age 76; of senile softening of the brain.1,7
Theresa died on August 4, 1893 in Jefferson County, Missouri, at age 80.1 She was buried in August in St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery in Rock Creek, Jefferson County, Missouri.2
Theresa Niebauer Weber and Albert Weber Tombstone

Theresa Niebauer Weber and Albert Weber Tombstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber4
1870Meramec Township, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber5
1880Meramec Township, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber6

Research Note

     Research Note: Ferdinand Weber's death certificate states his mother name ws Barbara Herman born in Bohemia. This was probably his wife Barbara Hersman.9

Family

Adalbert J. Weber b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.
  2. [S2490] Missouri Cemetery Records Jefferson County.
  3. [S2437] Della Lang, The Best of Reflections - Pioneer Families of Northwest Jefferson County, Missouri.
  4. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.
  5. [S1506] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  6. [S2449] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  7. [S2432] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Jefferson County Death Records 1883-1892.
  8. [S6207] Swillis (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Hoppe George Kern Morphis Willis" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on June 20, 2008.
  9. [S5414] Ferdinand Weber Death Certificate.
  10. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  11. [S2450] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  12. [S1527] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.

Josef Weber1

M, #3903, b. January 26, 1782
Father*Matéj Weber1 b. circa 1755
Mother*Maria Anna Tesarova1 b. February 24, 1754
     Josef Weber, son of Matéj Weber and Maria Anna Tesarova, was born on January 26, 1782 in Truskovicich, Bohemia.1
Josef was a blacksmith at Truskovicich, Bohemia.1
Josef married Magdalena Pichová, daughter of Jakub Picha and Eva (?), on February 15, 1803 at Truskovicich, Bohemia.1

Family

Magdalena Pichová b. July 24, 1779
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Magdalena Pichová1

F, #3904, b. July 24, 1779
Father*Jakub Picha1
Mother*Eva (?)1
     Magdalena Pichová, daughter of Jakub Picha and Eva (?), was born on July 24, 1779 in Truskovicich, Bohemia.1
Magdalena married Josef Weber, son of Matéj Weber and Maria Anna Tesarova, on February 15, 1803 at Truskovicich, Bohemia.1

Family

Josef Weber b. January 26, 1782
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Jakub Picha1

M, #3905
     Jakub married Eva (?)1

Family

Eva (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Eva (?)1

F, #3906
     Eva married Jakub Picha.1

Family

Jakub Picha
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Matéj Weber1

M, #3907, b. circa 1755
Father*Jana Webera1
     Matéj married Maria Anna Tesarova, daughter of Vít Tesar and Anna (?).1 Matéj Weber, son of Jana Webera, was born circa 1755 in Hvozdanech, Bohemia.1
Matéj was a blacksmith at Liebiegitz, Bohemia.1

Family

Maria Anna Tesarova b. February 24, 1754
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Maria Anna Tesarova1

F, #3908, b. February 24, 1754
Father*Vít Tesar1
Mother*Anna (?)1
     Maria Anna Tesarova, daughter of Vít Tesar and Anna (?), was born on February 24, 1754 in Chelcicich, Bohemia.1
Maria married Matéj Weber, son of Jana Webera.1

Family

Matéj Weber b. circa 1755
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Vít Tesar1

M, #3909
     Vít married Anna (?)1

Family

Anna (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Anna (?)1

F, #3910
     Anna married Vít Tesar.1

Family

Vít Tesar
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Jana Webera1

M, #3911
Weber Family
     Jana was a blacksmith.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Letter, Dan Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, March 2, 1982.

Adolph Weber1

M, #3912, b. June 20, 1839
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
Adolph Weber
     Adolph Weber, son of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born on June 20, 1839 in Kruman, Bohemia.1,2
Adolph immigrated along with Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer in 1854 at House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri.3

Adolph was enumerated on the 1860 U.S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri, he was listed as a 20-year-old male born in Kruman, Bohemia and owned real estate valued at $500.00.. He was a lodger in the household of Charles Louis Kasten (no known relationship.)2
Adolph Weber received a land grant on July 20, 1860 at Jefferson County, Missouri. The land was described as 80 acres in W1/2SW part of section 11, township 42 N, range 4 E.4
Adolph married Parmelia "Amelie" Miller on January 10, 1867 at Missouri.5,6
In 1870 Adolph Weber farmed in Missouri.7
Adolph is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. He was identified as a 34-year-old male born in Bohemia, both of his parents were foreign born. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Henry and Edward.7 His wife, Parmelia, died between 1870 and 1880.8
Adolph Weber lived in 1880 314 South Ninth Street, St. Louis, Missouri.8
Adolph was a commercial agent in 1880.8
Adolph was enumerated on the 1880 U.S. Census of Missouri, where he was listed as listed as a 40-year-old widowed male born in Bohemia as were his parents. He was a boarder in the household of John H. Fox (no known relationship.)8

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860St. Louis, MissouriAdolph Weber2
1870Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriAdolph Weber7
1880MissouriAdolph Weber8

Family

Parmelia "Amelie" Miller d. between 1870 and 1880
Children

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S2980] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Charles Louis Kasten household.
  3. [S2437] Della Lang, The Best of Reflections - Pioneer Families of Northwest Jefferson County, Missouri.
  4. [S1956] Adolf Weber land grant.
  5. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  6. [S968] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Jefferson County Marriages Volume II 1848-1869, page 41.
  7. [S1502] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Weber household.
  8. [S3142] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John H. Fox household.

Ferdinand Weber1

M, #3913, b. March 8, 1841, d. November 27, 1913
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     Ferdinand Weber, son of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born on March 8, 1841 in Bohemia.1,2
Ferdinand immigrated along with Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer in 1854 at House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri.3

He lived with his parents, Theresa and Adalbert, in 1860 at Meramec Township in Jefferson County, Missouri.4
Ferdinand was a farm hand in 1860.4
He was enumerated with his parent Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Ferdinand Weaver" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 17-year-old boy born in Bavaria.4
Ferdinand married Barbara Hersman on October 1, 1861 at Jefferson County, Missouri.5,6 Ferdinand Weber and Adalbert J. Weber were shown as neighbors on the 1870 U.S. census.7,8
Ferdinand is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Rock Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. He was identified as a 29-year-old male born in Germany. He was a farmer who owned real-estate valued at $1,000.00 and personal property valued at $200.00 and was a citizen. Enumerated with him were:, his sons John K. and Joseph, his daughters Mary and Annie.9
From 1880 to 1910 Ferdinand Weber farmed in Missouri his farm was in the Antire Valley area near High Ridge.10,11,12
Ferdinand is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 39-year-old male born in Bohemia as were both of his parents.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Barbara, his sons John K., Joseph, Ferdinand F., Albert Raymond and Louis J., his daughters Mary, Annie and Emma E.10
Ferdinand is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 59-year-old male born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. His year of immigration was shown as 1853 and in the U. S. for 47 years. He owned a farm free of mortgage and listed on farm schedule 140. He had been married for 38 years. Enumerated with him were: his wife Barbara, his sons Louis J., William Charles and Henry Ferdinand.11
Ferdinand is a head of household on the 1910 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 69-year-old retired farmer born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. He owned a farm listed on farm schedule 48 and had been married for 49 years. Enumerated with him was his wife, Barbara.13
He left a will signed November 8, 1913 at St. Louis, Missouri, in which beneficiaries were Mrs. Barbara Weber, George Weber was not mentioned, others mentioned were John K. Weber, Ferdinand F. Weber, Albert Raymond Weber, Mrs. Mary Guibor, Mrs. Annie Tureczek, Joseph Weber, Louis J. Weber, Emma E. Brackmann, William Charles Weber and Henry Ferdinand Weber.14 His will stated "I, Ferdinand Weber, Sr., of the County of Jefferson and State of Missouri, being of sound mind, memory and understanding, and realizing the uncertainty of life, do make, publish and declare the following as and for my last will and testament, hereby revoking any will that I may have at any time heretofore made.
FIRST. I direct that all my legal and just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses be paid out of my estate as soon as possible after my death.
SECOND. I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Barbara Weber, all my household effects of which I may be possessed at the time of my death, together with the horse and buggy which I own at the time of my death. My wife shall also receive the net sum of Four Hundred Dollars ($400.00) annually as income from my real estate, for the term of her natural life.
THIRD. I give and bequeath to my said wife, Barbara Weber, in trust for my children, all cash money on hand or on deposit in bank, or loaned out on notes in any shape or form, of which I may die possessed.
     If, however, the said income from the real estate mentioned above is insufficient for my wife's proper support and maintenance she shall have the right and power to draw such additional sum from the money in her trust as shall make her life comfortable.
FOURTH. After the death of my said wife, the net and residue of all my estate, real and personal, shall be distributed between my ten (10) children, namely: John J. Weber, Ferdinand Weber, Jr., Albert Weber, Mary Guibor (nee Weber), Anna Tureczek (nee Weber), Joseph Weber, Louis Weber, Emma Brackmann (nee Weber), William Weber, and Henry Weber, in equal shares. And as I have advanced my first three named children, namely, John J. Weber, Ferdinand Weber, Jr., and Albert Weber, the sum of One Thousand Dollars ($1000.00) each, I hereby direct my executors hereinafter named to deduct said amounts (together with interest at the rate of five per cent per annum from the year 1895) from their respective shares at the time of distribution, - in order to equalize their shares with the others.
FIFTH. And lastly, I nominate and appoint my two sons, William Weber and Henry Weber, executors of this my will, and it is my desire that they be allowed to qualify and set as such without giving bond.
     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and se4al, at the City of St. Louis, Missouri, this eighth day of November, 1913.

Ferdinand Weber Sr. (Seal)

     Signed, sealed, published and acknowledged by the above named testator, Ferdinand Weber, Sr., as and for his last will and testament, in our presence, who, in his presence, at his request, and in the presence of each other, have hereunto signed our names as witnesses, at the City of St. Louis, Missouri, this eighth day of November, 1913.

Anthony Ktobasa
Josef Durhill
Vaclaw Cizek.14
"
Ferdinand died on November 27, 1913 in Missouri, at age 72.15,14,2 His cause of death was broncho pneumonia, nephritis and arterio sclerosis.2
The undertaker who handled his arrangements was O. Brackmann in High Ridge, Jefferson County, Missouri.2 He was buried on November 30, 1913 in St. Philomena Cemetery in located in House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri.15,2
William Charles Weber and Henry Ferdinand Weber were appointed executors of the estate of Ferdinand Weber on December 6, 1913.14
The probate of his estate was filed, an inventory was taken on December 13, 1913. William Charles Weber and Henry Ferdinand Weber prepared the inventory.14 The inventory of the estate included:
Inventory, Certificate and Affidavit.

     INVENTORY of all the Real and Personal Estate of Ferdinand Weber, Sr deceased, late of Jefferson County, Missouri, describing the quantity, situation and title of the Real Estate, the books and papers, the debts dur to the said deceased, the names of the debtors, the dates of the contracts, the amount of interest due and the rate of interest thereon, and all personal Property , of whatever character, made by William Weber and Henry F. Weber, executors of said deceased, and G. Silvers, Henry Brummer and Ed. W. Burgess Witnesses, appointed to aid in making the same.
     Dated at ______ Mo., this 13th day of December A. D. 1913.
     Two Hundred and Ninety Eight in Sections 29, 34, and 35. Township 43. Range four East.
     one Note. W Ferdinand Weber and Grace Weber makers dated September 1st 1903 due Twelve Month from date interest 5 per cent amount $2000.00
     Four shares of the Capital stock of The Bank of House Springs.14 A second inventory was taken on January 15, 1914 at Hillsboro, Jefferson County, Missouri. Henry Ferdinand Weber and William Charles Weber prepared the inventory.14 The inventory of the estate included:
Following Notes:
Albert R. Weber     $100     Interest at 5% from Sept. 1, 1913
Albert R. Weber and Elizabeth P. Weber     $350     Int 5% from Aug 5, 1913
Albert R. Weber and Elizabeth P. Weber     $200     Int 5% from Dec 27, 1913
Albert R. Weber     $100     Int 5% from April 19, 1913
Chas. H. Tureczek     $600     Int 5% from Feb 29, 1913
Chas. H. Tureczek     $300     Int 5% from June 5, 1913
Oscar Brackmann, Emma Brackmann     $1000.00 and Int amounting to 175.00
Grace Weber, Ferdinand Weber     $585 and int from Nov. 21, 1913
Louis J. Weber, Millie E. Weber     $150.00 and int from Dec 16, 1912
Louis J. Weber, Millie E. Weber     $100.00 and int from Jan 21, 1913
Henry F. Weber, Hulda Weber     100.00 and int from Feb. 2, 1913
Henry Weber     250.00 and int from Apr. 1, 1913
Four Shares of Stock in Bank of House Sprg, Mo.     400.00

Total amount of Notes, interest and Bank Stock          $5010.00.14
Ferdinand and Barbara Hersman Weber Tombstone

Research Note

     Research Note: Ferdinand Weber's death certificate states his mother name ws Barbara Herman born in Bohemia. This was probably his wife Barbara Hersman.2

Family

Barbara Hersman b. December, 1840, d. December 4, 1933
Children

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S5414] Ferdinand Weber Death Certificate.
  3. [S2437] Della Lang, The Best of Reflections - Pioneer Families of Northwest Jefferson County, Missouri.
  4. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.
  5. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  6. [S968] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Jefferson County Marriages Volume II 1848-1869.
  7. [S1505] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Anton Weber household.
  8. [S1506] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  9. [S1507] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdinand Weber household.
  10. [S2190] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdinand Weber household.
  11. [S1526] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdinand Weber household.
  12. [S3158] Della Lang, Along Old Gravois, page 42.
  13. [S2192] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdnant Weber Sr. household.
  14. [S2475] Ferdinand Weber Probate File.
  15. [S2490] Missouri Cemetery Records Jefferson County.
  16. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  17. [S2447] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Stowe household.

John Weber1

M, #3914, b. September 3, 1845, d. January 9, 1905
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     John Weber, son of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born on September 3, 1845 in Sibjece, Bohemia.1,2
John immigrated along with Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer in 1854 at House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri.3

He lived with his parents, Theresa and Adalbert, in 1860 at Meramec Township in Jefferson County, Missouri.4
John was a farm hand in 1860.4
He was enumerated with his parent Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "John Weaver" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 15-year-old boy born in Bavaria.4
John married Anna Maria Schreider on November 20, 1864 at Jefferson County, Missouri.5
John is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 24-year-old farmer born in Germany. His real estate was valued at $600.00 and his personal estate at $200.00. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Joseph and Anton.6
From 1880 to 1900 John Weber farmed in Missouri.7,8
John is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 35-year-old farmer born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. Enumerated with him were: his wife Anna Maria, his sons Joseph, Anton and Frank Joseph, his daughters Tricey and Barbara.8
John is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Meramec East Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. He was identified as a 54-year-old man born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. He had been married for 34 years and owned a farm free of mortgage and listed on farm schedule 164. Enumerated with him were: his wife Anna Maria, his daughter Margaret.7
John died on January 9, 1905 at age 59.9 His obituary was published in an unknown newspaper on January 26, 1905 at Missouri.2 His obituary stated:
Weber, John - died January 9, 1905, at his home in Rock Creek. He was born about 58 years ago in Sibjece, Bohemia, and came to this country as a child in 1853. He was married to Margaret Snider in 1866 and to this union eight children were born. He is survived by his wife and six children. The deceased was a member of the bohemian Catholic lodge and was buried in the Bohemian Church cemetery.
2
He was buried in January, 1905 in St. John's Catholic Church Cemetery in Rock Creek, Jefferson County, Missouri.9

Family

Anna Maria Schreider b. May, 1847
Children

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S1157] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Deaths From Jefferson County Newspapers 1866-1920, Books I & II.
  3. [S2437] Della Lang, The Best of Reflections - Pioneer Families of Northwest Jefferson County, Missouri.
  4. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.
  5. [S968] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Jefferson County Marriages Volume II 1848-1869, page 33.
  6. [S1511] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Weber household.
  7. [S1512] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Weber household.
  8. [S2188] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Weber household.
  9. [S2490] Missouri Cemetery Records Jefferson County.
  10. [S1573] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdinand Weber household.

Joseph Weber1

M, #3915, b. June, 1866, d. 1931
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     Joseph Weber, son of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born in June, 1866 in Jefferson County, Missouri.2
Joseph married Theresa Kadlitz, daughter of Wenzil Kadlitz and Anna Chott, on November 22, 1887 at Missouri.3
Joseph is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Meramec East Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. He was identified as a 33-year-old married male born in Missouri. Both of his parents were born in Bohemia. He had been married for twelve years and rented a farm listed on farm schedule 90. He could read, write and speak English. Enumerated with him were: his wife Theresa, his sons Julius, Herman and Joseph, his daughter Gertrude, his brother Anthony.2
In 1910 Joseph Weber farmed in Missouri.4
Joseph is a head of household on the 1910 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. He was identified as a 42-year-old male born in Missouri. He had been married for 21 years and owned a truck farm free of mortgage. Enumerated with him were: his wife Theresa, his sons Julius, Herman and Joseph, his daughters Gertrude, Florence Ann and Emma.4
Joseph is a head of household on the 1920 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a married 54-year-old male born in Missouri as were his parents. He owned a farm free of mortgage and listed on farm schedule 143. Enumerated with him were: his wife Theresa, his sons Herman and Joseph, his daughters Florence Ann and Emma.5 Joseph Weber and Ferdinand F. Weber were shown as neighbors on the 1920 U.S. census.5,6 His wife, Theresa, died on May 16, 1929 at age 59. He was the informant on her death certificate.7,8
In 1930 Joseph Weber farmed in Missouri.9
Florence and Joseph Weber lived in 1930 at House Springs Hillsboro Road in Jefferson County, Missouri. Residing with them were..9
Joseph is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 59-year-old male born in Missouri, both of his parents were born in Czechoslovakia. He owned a farm listed on farm schedule 58 and was not a veteran. Enumerated with him was his daughter Florence Ann.9
Joseph died in 1931.7
He left a will signed September 22, 1931 at House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri, in which Joseph Weber was both the executor and a beneficiary beneficiaries were Julius Weber, Howard C. Weber, Gertrude Weber, Thomas O. Suddath and Emma Weber.10 His will stated "LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOSEPH WEBER
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN:
I, Joseph Weber of House Springs in the County of Jefferson and State of Missouri, being of sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my Last Will annd Testament.
FIRST: I order and direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be fully paid.
SECOND: After the payment of such funeral expenses and dets, I give , devise and bequeath to my six children, Julius Weber, Herman Weber, Gertrude Schad (nee Weber), Joseph Weber, Jr., Florence Weber and Emma Bauer in equal parts all my property Real, personal and mixed of which I may die possesed. to share and share alike.
LASTLY: I make, constitute and appoint Joseph Weber Jr. my Son (without Bond) to be Executor of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills by me made.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal, the 22nd day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand ____ thirty one
Joseph Weber
THIS INSTRUMENT Was, on the dayof the date thereof, signed published and declared by the said testator Joseph WEber to be his Last Will and Testament in our presence, and we, at this request, in his presence and in the presence of each other, have suscribed ournames thereto as witnesses.
Edward Lony residing at House Springs
Gilbert Lony residing at House Springs."10
The will of Joseph was proven on October 17, 1931 at Probate Court, Jefferson County, Missouri.10 He was buried in 1931 in St. Philomena Cemetery in located in House Springs, Jefferson County, Missouri.7
Joseph and Theresa Kadlez Weber Tombstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Meramec East Township, Jefferson County, MissouriJoseph Weber2
1910Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriJoseph Weber4
1920Meramec Township, MissouriJoseph Weber5
1930Meramec Township, MissouriJoseph Weber9

Family

Theresa Kadlitz b. April 21, 1870, d. May 16, 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S1527] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.
  3. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  4. [S2198] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.
  5. [S1780] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.
  6. [S1789] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ferdinand Weber household.
  7. [S2490] Missouri Cemetery Records Jefferson County.
  8. [S5416] Thresa Weber Death Certificate.
  9. [S2179] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Joseph Weber household.
  10. [S8828] Joseph Weber Will.
  11. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Annie Weber1

F, #3916, b. 1842
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     Annie Weber, daughter of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born in 1842 in Bohemia.2
Annie married Frank Stowe, son of John R. Stowe and Lucinda (?), circa 1865.2
Annie was enumerated as the wife of Frank Stowe under the name of "Annie Stowe" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Jefferson County, Missouri. She was listed as a married 38-year-old female born in Bohemia as were both of her parents.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriFrank Stowe2

Family

Frank Stowe b. 1842
Children

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S2447] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Stowe household.

Andrew Weber1

M, #3917, b. 1850
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     Andrew married Clara (?)2 Andrew Weber, son of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born in 1850 in Bohemia.2
He lived with his parents, Theresa and Adalbert, in 1860 at Meramec Township in Jefferson County, Missouri.3
He was enumerated with his parent Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Andrew Weaver" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 13-year-old boy born in Bavaria.3
He was enumerated with his parent Adalbert J. Weber on the 1870 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 20-year-old male born in Missouri. He was working as a farm hand.4
Andrew was a farm laborer in 1880.2
Andrew is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Meramec Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 30-year-old male born in Bohemia as were both of his parents. Enumerated with him was his wife, Clara.2 Andrew Weber, Frank Stowe, John R. Stowe, Adalbert J. Weber and Franklin W. Weber were neighbors according to the 1880 census.5,6,7,8,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber3
1870Meramec Township, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber4
1880Meramec Township, MissouriAndrew Weber2

Family

Clara (?) b. 1855

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S2450] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  3. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.
  4. [S1506] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.
  5. [S2451] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Franklin Weber household.
  6. [S2447] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Stowe household.
  7. [S2448] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John R. Stowe household.
  8. [S2449] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weber household.

Theresa Weber1

F, #3918, b. 1846
Father*Adalbert J. Weber1 b. October 21, 1811, d. May 5, 1888
Mother*Theresa Niebauer1 b. November 24, 1812, d. August 4, 1893
     Theresa Weber, daughter of Adalbert J. Weber and Theresa Niebauer, was born in 1846 in Bohemia.2
She lived with her parents, Theresa and Adalbert, in 1860 at Meramec Township, Jefferson County, Missouri.2
Theresa was enumerated with her parent Adalbert J. Weber under the name of "Theresa Weaver" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Meramec Township, Missouri. She was listed as a 14-year-old girl born in Bavaria.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Meramec Township, Jefferson County, MissouriAdalbert J. Weber2

Citations

  1. [S826] Letter, Daniel L. Vornberg to Dorothea Hoemann, August 20, 1981.
  2. [S2979] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Albert Weaver household.

Frederick Bohm1

M, #3919, b. January 25, 1816, d. 1906
Father*Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm1 b. June 25, 1790, d. before 1857
Mother*Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun1 b. November 4, 1792, d. before 1857
     Frederick Bohm, son of Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm and Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun, was born on January 25, 1816 in Hannover, Region Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany.1
Frederick Bohm immigrated in 1838 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, traveling arrived in the winter after a voyage of nine weeks and three days. This was followed by an eight week trip up the Mississippi River to St. Louis where he settled..1
Upon his arrival in St. Louis, he initially was employed by a wealthy famer, Michael McManaway for $6 per month. In spite of the fact that Michale proved to be extremely kind to him and used every means to educate him in the ways of the new world, the work was not to his likeing, and he obtained employment in the government arsenal under Major W. H. Bell.2
Frederick Bohm worked first as a farmer then in various other occupations from 1839 to 1849 at St. Louis, Missouri.1
Frederick married Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume, daughter of Heinrich Blume and Sophia "Susan" Stunkel, on February 7, 1847 at Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.3,1,4,5
Frederick was as a carriage maker under Maj. William H. Bell. During his 17 years employment he twice enlisted for five years as a soldier and received an honorable discharge in 1850 at Government Arsenal, St. Louis, Missouri.1
Upon his retirement from the arsenal in 1857, he moved to the farm in Pleasant Ridge that he had bought for his parents both of whom had died. Because his parents owned a nice home in Germany which he didn't want to induce them to leave without one as good or better here, he refrained from writing very encouraging letters to the old folks however they learned of his success here from other sources and followed him here. Under the circumstances Frederick made the best provision possible for them, obtaining employment for his brothers and purchasing the farm at Pleasant Ridge for the maintenance of his parents and sisters. He stayed on the farm for 12 years.1,2 He declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States listed in book 6, page 423 in 1857 at Circuit Clerk, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois.6 He was naturalized in October, 1860 at the Circuit Clerk in Illinois. Listed in book 6, page 423.6
Frederick Bohm during the Civil War he was one of the organizers of the Union League, serving as its president for the three years of its existence in 1865 at Illinois.1
Frederick appeared on the 1865 Illinois state census in Collinsville Township, Madison County he was listed on page 200, line 23.7
Frederick Bohm moved from Pleasant Ridge to the farm on which he spent the remained of his life in 1869.1
Frederick is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. He was identified as a 60-year-old white male born in Hanover. He was a farmer. Enumerated with him were: his wife Sophia Dorothea Maria, his son William Henry, his daughter Sophia M., his cousins Louis Vollreder and Anna Bohm.8
He owned 193.5 acres in sections 2 and 10, township 3, range 8, Collinsville; 1306.25 acres in sections 8 and 9, township 4, range 8, Edwardsville; and 100 acres in sections 32 and 33, township 5, range 8, Ft. Russell.9
In December 1896, an article in the Edwardsville Intelligencer newspaper stated "Frederick Bohm, a prominent farmer west of the city, has invested in city property and will become a resident of the city. He purchased from Terry & Cole two lots on St. Louis street, west of M. B. Sherman's property. The lots have a frontage of 100 feet and are 160 feet deep. The consideration was $1000 which is considered low. A concession was made in view of the fact that the purchaser will at once erect a handsome residence. Plans are being made for an eight-room house, with modern conveniences, and construction will be commenced at once if weather permits.10
Frederick died in 1906 in Madison County, Illinois.1 He was buried in 1906 in Woodlawn Cemetery in Madison County, Illinois.11
On June 1, 1935, the Bohm School District announced plans to build a new school to replace the one that had been in use for more than 60 years. The building originally stood at the intersection of Poag and Bohm roads but had been moved years earlier. The original land was acquired from Fredrick and Sohpia Bohm under a deed dated June 18, 1871 and the buiding was build soon after.. The building and burnace were sold at auction in May 1936 and torn down. A. C. Bohm, an attorney for the district conducted the sale. He was a grandson of Frederick and Sophis.12,13

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1865Collinsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisFrederick Bohm7
1880Edwardsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisFrederick Bohm8

Family

Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume b. October 23, 1816
Children

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm Has Extensive Interest In Both City and Country", October 12, 1915.
  3. [S787] Jane Shelley and Elsie M. Wasser, Madison County Illinois, Marriage Record Index Volume I, page 76.
  4. [S787] Jane Shelley and Elsie M. Wasser, Madison County Illinois, Marriage Record Index Volume I, page 7.
  5. [S2552] Illinois State Archives, "Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900" database.
  6. [S660] Jane Shelley and Elsie M. Wasser, Madison County Naturalizations and Intentions.
  7. [S1166] 1865 Census Madison County, Illinois, page 42.
  8. [S1086] Elsie M. Wasser and Marie T. Eberle, 1880 Federal Census of Madison County, Illinois, Edwardsville Township, page 560.
  9. [S832] Madison County Genealogical Society, Index to New Atlas of Madison County, 1892, volume page 7.
  10. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , December 1, 1896.
  11. [S83] Marguerite Marie Berg Frese, Family Group Sheet for Berg, Shoettle and Blume Family.
  12. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Bohm District Approved New $6700 School", June 1, 1935.
  13. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Old Bohm School Is Sold At Auctioon", May 25, 1936.
  14. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.

William Henry Bohm1,2

M, #3920, b. July 11, 1858, d. September 22, 1943
Father*Frederick Bohm1 b. January 25, 1816, d. 1906
Mother*Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume1 b. October 23, 1816
     William Henry Bohm was named for William H. Bohm, who had died at the age of 18 months. William Henry Bohm, son of Frederick Bohm and Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume, was born on July 11, 1858 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.2,3 Conflicting evidence placed his birth on July 11, 1857 (obituary.)4 William Henry Bohm attended the Madison County District Schools circa 1870 he was also educated by his older brother Louis, a graduate of McKendree College at Lebanon, Illinois.2 He was confirmed circa 1870 at Immanuel Methodist Church, Madison County, Illinois, by Reverend William F. Fiegenbaum.2
William was enumerated as the son of Frederick Bohm on the 1880 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. He was listed as a 22-year-old white male born in Illinois.5
William married Emma H. C. Smith, daughter of Christian P. Smith and Frances (?), on February 5, 1885 at Immanuel Methodist Church, Illinois. The marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend William Wilkening.2
He owned 75 acres in section 4, township 4, range 8, Edwardsville.6
William Henry Bohm sold property described aspart south 1/2 of northwest 1/4 of section 10, township 3, range 8, except for coal for $5,929.00 at Madison County, Illinois, in March, 1908 to Christ Horstmann.7
William Henry Bohm purchased the property at the corner of Main and Vandalia strees, upon which he erected the Bohm building at Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois, in 1909.3
In 1915 he was the owner of over a thousand acres of land which was used for diversified farming. Fattening cattle for market was one of his specialties and he also raised mules.He had served on the school board for a number of years and was currently serving his second term as a member of the county board. At the township election held on April 7, 1914 he was elected Supervisor.3
From 1920 to 1930 William Henry Bohm farmed at Edwardsville Township in Illinois.8,9
Emma and William Henry Bohm lived in 1920 at Edwardsville Township in Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Alvin, Wilbur, Lydia, Dora, Edward, Frances and Clarence..8
William is a head of household on the 1920 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Illinois. He was identified as a 61-year-old married male born in Illinois, both his parents were born in Hanover. He owned a farm free of mortgage and listed on farm schedule 57. Enumerated with him were: his wife Emma H. C., his sons Alvin C., Wilbur H. S., Edward William and Clarence, his daughters Lydia, Dora and Frances.8
Emma and William Henry Bohm lived in 1930 at Edwardsville Township in Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Dora, Clarence and Frances..9
William is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Illinois. He was identified as a married 70-year-old male born in Illinois, his parents were born in Germany. He was married for the first time at the age of 30, owned a farm listed on farm schedule 62 and a radio, could read and write and was not a veteran. Enumerated with him were: his wife Emma H. C., his son Clarence, his daughters Dora and Frances.9
He was a member of the Board of Supervisors for a number of years and Supervisor of Edwardsville township for over twenty years.. He was identified as devout in his daily life and kept up the family altar.
His obituary ended with:
     "Here in an inn a stranger dwelt,
     Here joy and gief by turns he felt;
     Poor dwelling, now we close the door -
     The task is o'er,
     The sojourner returns no more."          
He served as Chairman of the Building Committe when the present Madison County Court house was erected.2,10

               
William died on September 22, 1943 at Park Lane Memorial Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 85 a 5:30 in the morning after a seven-day stay in the hospital.2,4
His obituary was published in the Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper on September 23, 1943.4 His obituary stated:
William H. Bohm, Edwardsville township farmer and widely known in public affairs for years, died Thursday morning at 5:20 o'clock from complications, at Park-Lane Memorial in St. Louis, where he was taken Wednesday morning. He was about the place Tuesday and was taken sick that night. His activeness of the past several days did not indicate an early death. During the night he had s sinking spell and relatives were notified the end was near. Bohm had lived in the vicinity of Edwardsville. for 75 years.
     Bohm was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bohm, and his father was born in Prussia in 1816. Frederick Bohm came to this country and landed at New Orleans. He worked on a plantation and in a U. S. Arsenal for a number of years before coming to Madison county.
     Bohm was born on a farm at Pleasant Ridge, west of Maryville, on July 11, 1857, and had attained the age of 86 years, 2 months and 13 days. He was 11 years old when his father's family located near Edwardsville. He received his early education at the district school He was confirmed by Rev. W. F. Fiegenbaum of the Immanuel M. E. Church.
     At an early age Bohm began acquiring farm land and owned more that 1000 acres at the time of his death. On February 5, 1885 he was married to Miss Emma H. C. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian P. Smith, the ceremony being performed by Rev. William Wilkening, paster of Immanuel Methodist Church. The Bohm home is located on Poag Road, about three miles west of Edwardsville and there he engaged in general farming, fattening cattle for market, and dealt in horses and mules. Twenty-five years ago, hundreds of bushels of wheat were produced on his farms. In later years, he reduced activities in general farming
     About 35 years ago, he acquired the northeast corner of Main and Vandalia streets, then occupied by unsightly frame buildings. At that time the city was badly in need of offices and store rooms and Bohm saw an opportunity to engage in a real estate transaction. The plans provided for several store rooms on the ground floor, offices on the second, and an entertainment hall on the third. Some of the tenants have been in the building for years.
     Bohm began his interest in public life in becoming a director of the Bohm school district. It was an office he held for many years. In more recent years, he served three terms as supervisor of Edwardsville township, and on April 7, 1914, when the township was normally Democratic by 250 votes he was elected on a Republican tick by 425 majority.
     Bohm took his greatest interest as a member of the public buildings committee while serving on the Board of Supervisors. He began the proceedings which resulted in erection of the present court house. On February 10, 1913, he presented a resolution for remodeling the old building to provide additional offices. The plan was discussed and later in the day, Supervisor F. B. Ownes, then of Ft. Russell township, offered another to provide for a committee to work out plans for a new building.
     While not generally known, Bohm was the benefactor of many residents of Edwardsville in former years. He provided financial assistance for many needy individuals and families in former years.
     Besides his widow, seven children survive, and tw3o daughters and two sons preceded him to the grave. The children are: Alvin C. Bohm, Edwardsville; Dr. Wilbur H. Bohm, Pullman, Wash; Elmer E. Bohm, Edwardsville; Mrs. Lydia F. Kriege, Edwardsville; Miss Dora Bohm and Clarence W. Bohm at home, and Mrs. Frances Wentz, Edwardsville. Irma and Bertha Bohm and Edward and Louis Bohm are the dead children. Seven grandchildren also survive. One brother, Louis F. Bohm, and a sister, Mrs. Sophia M. Stullken, preceded him in death.
     Funeral services will be held on Monday afternoon at 2:30, at the Schneider Funeral Home, where the body may be viewed after Friday noon.
4

His obituary was published in the Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper on September 28, 1943.11 His obituary stated:
Funeral services for William H. Bohm, 87, prominent Edwardsville township farmer, were held Monday afternoon at @:30 o'clock at the Schneider Funeral Home. Rev. B. W. Corrie, pastor of the Immanuel Methodist Church had the scripture reading and prayer. The sermon was by Rev. A. F. Ludwig, former pastor of the Immanuel Methodist Church. During the service a mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Fred Pittman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gusewelle and Gilbert Kriege sang, "Rock of Ages," and "Sweet Peace, The Gift of God's Love." The were accompanied by Miss Lois Stullken. The pallbearers were William H. Schwartz, A. W. Betzold, Vaclav Snajdr, Herman Eikhoff, Will H. Rohrkaste and Henry Strohmeier. Interment was in the Woodlawn Cemetery.
     Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were, Mrs. Lydia Floreth, Mrs. G. Doth of Mt. Olive, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neeley of East St. Louis, Mrs. Malinda Morris of St. Louis, John Kayser of Greenville, Mrs. Val Rhein of Belleville, L. L. Luke and Roy C. Barr of the State Insurance Department at Springfield and William F. Niehaus of the Office of the Secretary of State at Springfield.
11

His funeral service was held on September 26, 1943 at Schneider Funeral Home, Madison County, Illinois.11 He was buried on September 26, 1943 in Woodlawn Cemetery in Madison County, Illinois.11

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Edwardsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisFrederick Bohm5
1920Edwardsville Township, IllinoisWilliam Henry Bohm8
1930Edwardsville Township, IllinoisWilliam Henry Bohm9

Family

Emma H. C. Smith b. 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.
  3. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm Has Extensive Interest In Both City and Country", October 12, 1915.
  4. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Wm. H. Bohm Dies, Sick Few Hours", September 23, 1943.
  5. [S1086] Elsie M. Wasser and Marie T. Eberle, 1880 Federal Census of Madison County, Illinois, Edwardsville Township, page 560.
  6. [S832] Madison County Genealogical Society, Index to New Atlas of Madison County, 1892, volume page 7.
  7. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , March 28, 1908.
  8. [S2680] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), H. William Bohm household.
  9. [S2681] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Bohm household.
  10. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Dear voter of Edwardsville Township", March 28, 1963.
  11. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm", September 28, 1943.

Reverend Louis Frederick Bohm1,2

M, #3921, b. circa 1850, d. January 25, 1876
Father*Frederick Bohm3 b. January 25, 1816, d. 1906
Mother*Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume3 b. October 23, 1816
     Louis Frederick was a preacher and one of the organizers of a church that at first was a log hut near Peters Station, when the congreagation became larger and more progressive a new church, called the Brockmeier church, was erected on land donated by Henry Brockmeier. Reverend Louis Bohm was pastor of this church for many years.4 Reverend Louis Frederick Bohm was also known as Louis H.3 Reverend Louis Frederick Bohm, son of Frederick Bohm and Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume, was born circa 1850 in St. Louis, Missouri.3
Louis married Sophia Maria Katharina Dannenberg, daughter of Johann Heinrich Friedrich Dannenberg and Maria Sophia Theike, on December 24, 1857 at Madison County, Illinois.5,6
Louis received a degree from McKendree College, Lebanon, St. Clair County, Illinois, in 1870, majoring in He was valedictorian of his class.1,2
After graduation from McKendree College he taught in Progress School and was slated for a principalship in Edwards when he died at the age of 23.2
Louis died on January 25, 1876 in Marine, Madison County, Illinois.3,7,2
His estate was probated in February, 1876 at Circuit Court, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois.7
He owned 120 acres in sections 23 and 24, township 4, range 7, Pin Oak.8

Family

Sophia Maria Katharina Dannenberg b. March 8, 1836
Children

Citations

  1. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.
  2. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Dear voter of Edwardsville Township", March 28, 1963.
  3. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  4. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm Has Extensive Interest In Both City and Country", October 12, 1915.
  5. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  6. [S788] Jane Shelley and Elsie M. Wasser, Madison County Illinois, Marriage Record Index Volume II, page 8.
  7. [S1139] Christian Blass Probate File.
  8. [S832] Madison County Genealogical Society, Index to New Atlas of Madison County, 1892, volume page 7.
  9. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church, Baptismal Register page 41.

William H. Bohm1

M, #3922, b. circa 1853, d. circa 1855
Father*Frederick Bohm1 b. January 25, 1816, d. 1906
Mother*Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume1 b. October 23, 1816
     William Henry Bohm was named for William H. Bohm, who had died at the age of 18 months.
William died circa 1855 at the age of 18 months.1,2 William H. Bohm, son of Frederick Bohm and Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume, was born circa 1853.1

Citations

  1. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.
  2. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm Has Extensive Interest In Both City and Country", October 12, 1915.

Sophia M. Bohm1,2

F, #3923, b. 1862, d. August 14, 1905
Father*Frederick Bohm1 b. January 25, 1816, d. 1906
Mother*Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume1 b. October 23, 1816
     Sophia married (?) Stullken.1,3 Sophia M. Bohm, daughter of Frederick Bohm and Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume, was born in 1862 in Madison County, Illinois.4
Sophia was enumerated as the daughter of Frederick Bohm on the 1880 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as an 18-year-old white female born in Illinois.5
Sophia died on August 14, 1905.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Edwardsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisFrederick Bohm5

Family

(?) Stullken

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S83] Marguerite Marie Berg Frese, Family Group Sheet for Berg, Shoettle and Blume Family.
  3. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.
  4. [S1086] Elsie M. Wasser and Marie T. Eberle, 1880 Federal Census of Madison County, Illinois, page 397.
  5. [S1086] Elsie M. Wasser and Marie T. Eberle, 1880 Federal Census of Madison County, Illinois, Edwardsville Township, page 560.

(?) Stullken1

M, #3924
     (?) married Sophia M. Bohm, daughter of Frederick Bohm and Sophia Dorothea Maria Blume.1,2

Family

Sophia M. Bohm b. 1862, d. August 14, 1905

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S1742] The Stalker, volume 20, number 3, Fall 2000.

Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm1,2

M, #3925, b. June 25, 1790, d. before 1857
Father*Ludwig Bohm2
Mother*Maria Theilmann2
     He was normally known as Frederick W. Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm, son of Ludwig Bohm and Maria Theilmann, was born on June 25, 1790 in Germany.1,2
Johann married Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun at Germany.1
Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm and Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun immigrated in 1844 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, traveling moved to a farm puchased by their son Frederick Bohm in Pleasant Ridge.1
Johann is a head of household, under the name of "Frederick Rohm", on the 1850 U. S. Census for Collinsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. He was identified as a 60-year-old white male born in Germany. Enumerated with him was his wife, Katharina Maria Dorothea.3 Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm was buried on September 20, 1851 in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.2
Johann died before 1857 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois, 60 years old.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850Collinsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisJohann Heinrich Frederick Bohm3

Family

Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun b. November 4, 1792, d. before 1857
Children

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  3. [S1133] Madison County, Illinois 1850 Census, Volume II., page 71, dwelling 102, family 102.

Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun1,2

F, #3926, b. November 4, 1792, d. before 1857
     Her nickname was "Mary."3 Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun was born on November 4, 1792 in Germany.1,2
Katharina married Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm, son of Ludwig Bohm and Maria Theilmann, at Germany.1
Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun and Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm immigrated in 1844 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, traveling moved to a farm puchased by their son Frederick Bohm in Pleasant Ridge.1
Katharina was enumerated with her husband, Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm under the name of "Mary Rohm" on the 1850 U. S. Census for Collinsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as a 60-year-old white female born in Germany.4
Katharina died before 1857 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois, at sixty-nine years of age.1 She was buried on August 27, 1861 in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.2

Family

Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm b. June 25, 1790, d. before 1857
Children

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  3. [S1133] Madison County, Illinois 1850 Census, Volume II., 1page 71, dwelling 102, family 102.
  4. [S1133] Madison County, Illinois 1850 Census, Volume II., page 71, dwelling 102, family 102.

Louis Bohm1,2

M, #3927, b. circa 1820, d. before 1906
Father*Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm1 b. June 25, 1790, d. before 1857
Mother*Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun1 b. November 4, 1792, d. before 1857
     Louis was a farmer at Marine, Madison County, Illinois.2 Louis had six known children.2 Louis Bohm, son of Johann Heinrich Frederick Bohm and Katharina Maria Dorothea "Mary" Braun, was born circa 1820 in Germany.1 Louis Bohm declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States listed in book 4, page 511 in 1848 at Circuit Clerk, Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois.3 He was naturalized in October, 1860 at the Circuit Clerk in Illinois. Listed in book 5, page 511.3
Louis appeared on the 1865 Illinois state census in Collinsville Township, Madison County listed on page 216, line 2.4
Louis died before 1906 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1865Collinsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisLouis Bohm4

Citations

  1. [S842] Frederick Bohm Obituary, 1906.
  2. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "William H. Bohm Has Extensive Interest In Both City and Country", October 12, 1915.
  3. [S660] Jane Shelley and Elsie M. Wasser, Madison County Naturalizations and Intentions.
  4. [S1166] 1865 Census Madison County, Illinois, page 44.

Wilhelm Johann Karl "William" Meier1,2

M, #3928, b. January 24, 1884
Father*Charles Meier1 b. February 1, 1856, d. September 18, 1931
Mother*Dorothea "Dora" Blume1 b. July 29, 1855, d. October 5, 1931
     His nickname was "William." Wilhelm Johann Karl "William" Meier, son of Charles Meier and Dorothea "Dora" Blume, was born on January 24, 1884 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.2 He was baptized on January 25, 1884 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois, sponsors were J. Meier and W. Blum.2
Wilhelm Johann Karl "William" Meier lived Route 1, Box 77, Kildare, Kay County, Oklahoma.3
Wilhelm was enumerated as the son of Charles Meier under the name of "William Meier" on the 1900 U. S. Census of Collinsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. He was listed as a 16-year-old male born in Illinois and was attending school.4
Wilhelm attended a party in honor of Oscar F. Horstmann to celebrate his 21st birthday held by Christian Horstmann and Anna Horstmann on May 20, 1916.5
Wilhelm Johann Karl "William" Meier lived in 1941 Kildare, Kay County, Oklahoma.6

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Collinsville Township, Madison County, IllinoisCharles Meier4

Citations

  1. [S833] Dorothea Blume Meier Obituary, 1932.
  2. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  3. [S463] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Dorothea Berg Hoemann.
  4. [S1313] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Charley Meyer household.
  5. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Surprise Party", May 23, 1916.
  6. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Daths and Funerals - Mrs. Fred Klingemann", December 2, 1941.

Mary Meier1

F, #3929, b. February 16, 1879, d. July 18, 1952
Father*Charles Meier b. February 1, 1856, d. September 18, 1931
Mother*Dorothea "Dora" Blume b. July 29, 1855, d. October 5, 1931
     Mary Meier, daughter of Charles Meier and Dorothea "Dora" Blume, was born on February 16, 1879 in Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois.2 She was baptized on March 3, 1879 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Pleasant Ridge, Madison County, Illinois, sponsors were Elisabeth Meier, Catharine Roffmann and Maria Blume.2 Her baptism name was Catharina Maria Elisabeth.3,2
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Charles Meier on the 1880 U. S. Census of Collinsville Township, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as a one-year-old white female born in Illinois.4 Marriage banns for Mary Meier and Thomas Kleine were published on March 12, 1897.5,6
Mary married Thomas Kleine in 1897.7,6
Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1920 at Tennessee Street in Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Mary, William, Irene, William, Clarence, Mildred and Melvin..1
Mary was enumerated as the wife of Thomas Kleine under the name of "Mary Kleine" on the 1920 U. S. Census of Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as a married 40-year-old white female born in Illinois as were her parents.1
Mary attended a family reunion of the Charles Meier family in March, 1928 at Kildare, Kay County, Oklahoma.8
Mary and Thomas were visited by Mary Kleine and Doris Auguste Kleine between February 23, 1929 and February 24, 1929.9
Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1930 in Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Charles, William, Clarence, Mildred and Melvin..6
Mary was enumerated as the wife of Thomas Kleine under the name of "Mary Kleine" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as a married 51-year-old woman born in Illinois as were her parents. She was married for the first time at the age of 18.6 Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1932 at Illinois.7
Mary and Thomas were visited by William Elmer Kleine and Clarence T. Kleine on January 8, 1933.10
Mary and Thomas were visited by Clem Mettler and Anna Louise Auguste Mettler on September 14, 1941.11
Mary Kleine and Thomas Kleine held a party to honor Thomas and Mary Kleine's two sons, Sgt. William Kleine and Sgt Clarence Kleine, who just returned from Italy and were on 30-day furloughs on August 26, 1945 at Illinois. Those attending included Clarence T. Kleine, William Elmer Kleine, Norman William Berg, Mrs. Gladys Elizabeth Gertrude Berg, Elmer Henry Julian William Berg, Mrs. Marguerite Mary Berg, Marguerite Marie "Sweetie-pie" Berg, Geraldine Joan Berg, Jacqueline Norma Berg, Mrs. Lydia Marie Berg, Mary Katherine Berg, Mrs. Dorothea Josephine Marie Hoemann, Alfred Reinhardt Ernst Hoemann, Charles H. Kleine, Anna Louise Auguste Mettler, Clem Mettler, Mildred Bevins, William Kleine and Irene Kleine.12
Mary died on July 18, 1952 at age 73.5

Family

Thomas Kleine b. March 12, 1869, d. August 18, 1951
Children

Citations

  1. [S2699] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  2. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  3. [S831] Letter, Mildred Meier to Dorothea Hoemann, August 11, 1988.
  4. [S1086] Elsie M. Wasser and Marie T. Eberle, 1880 Federal Census of Madison County, Illinois, Collinsville Township, page 768.
  5. [S463] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Dorothea Berg Hoemann.
  6. [S3304] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  7. [S833] Dorothea Blume Meier Obituary, 1932.
  8. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Observed Anniversary", March 28, 1928.
  9. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , February 28, 1929.
  10. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , January 11, 1933.
  11. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , September 17, 1941.
  12. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Sons Honored At Gathering", August 30, 1945.
  13. [S829] Letter, Dorothea Berg Hoemann to Robert L. Bevan, July 14, 1989.
  14. [S830] Letter, Dorothea Fisher to Dorothea Berg Hoemann, circa 1980.

Thomas Kleine1

M, #3930, b. March 12, 1869, d. August 18, 1951
     Thomas Kleine was born on March 12, 1869 in Illinois.2,3 Marriage banns for Thomas Kleine and Mary Meier were published on March 12, 1897.3,2
Thomas married Mary Meier, daughter of Charles Meier and Dorothea "Dora" Blume, in 1897.1,2
Thomas was a coal miner from 1920 to 1930.4,2
Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1920 at Tennessee Street in Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Mary, William, Irene, William, Clarence, Mildred and Melvin..4
Thomas is a head of household on the 1920 U. S. Census of Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois. He was identified as a married 50-year-old white male born in Illinois, his father was born in Germany and his mother in Illinois He rented a house on Tennesee Street. Enumerated with him were: his wife Mary, his sons William Elmer, William, Clarence T. and Melvin Richard, his daughters Mary, Irene and Mildred.4
Thomas and Mary were visited by Mary Kleine and Doris Auguste Kleine between February 23, 1929 and February 24, 1929.5
Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1930 in Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois. Residing with them were, their children Charles, William, Clarence, Mildred and Melvin..2
Thomas is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Edwardsville Township, Glen Carbon, Madison County, Illinois. He was identified as a 61-year-old married man born in Illinois as was his mother, his father was born in German. He was married for the first time at the age of 28, was currently employed and was not a veteran. He was renting a home for $10.00 a month and owned a radio. Enumerated with him were: his wife Mary, his sons Charles H., William, Clarence T. and Melvin Richard, his daughter Mildred.2
Thomas sold real estate described as lot 127, Madison Coal Corporation, Addition at Illinois, in August, 1930 to Clarence T. Kleine.6 Mary and Thomas Kleine lived in 1932 in Illinois.1
Thomas and Mary were visited by William Elmer Kleine and Clarence T. Kleine on January 8, 1933.7
Thomas and Mary were visited by Clem Mettler and Anna Louise Auguste Mettler on September 14, 1941.8
Thomas Kleine appeared on the July, 1943 tax roll of Madison County, Illinois. The property covered was described as .25 acre, lot 125.9
Thomas Kleine and Mary Kleine held a party to honor Thomas and Mary Kleine's two sons, Sgt. William Kleine and Sgt Clarence Kleine, who just returned from Italy and were on 30-day furloughs on August 26, 1945 at Illinois. Those attending included Clarence T. Kleine, William Elmer Kleine, Norman William Berg, Mrs. Gladys Elizabeth Gertrude Berg, Elmer Henry Julian William Berg, Mrs. Marguerite Mary Berg, Marguerite Marie "Sweetie-pie" Berg, Geraldine Joan Berg, Jacqueline Norma Berg, Mrs. Lydia Marie Berg, Mary Katherine Berg, Mrs. Dorothea Josephine Marie Hoemann, Alfred Reinhardt Ernst Hoemann, Charles H. Kleine, Anna Louise Auguste Mettler, Clem Mettler, Mildred Bevins, William Kleine and Irene Kleine.10
Thomas died on August 18, 1951 at age 82.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920Edwardsville, Madison County, IllinoisThomas Kleine4
1930Edwardsville Township, Glen Carbon, Madison County, IllinoisThomas Kleine2

Family

Mary Meier b. February 16, 1879, d. July 18, 1952
Children

Citations

  1. [S833] Dorothea Blume Meier Obituary, 1932.
  2. [S3304] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  3. [S463] Research Papers, Berg, Blume and Schoettle Families. Prepared by Dorothea Berg Hoemann.
  4. [S2699] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Kleine household.
  5. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , February 28, 1929.
  6. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "REal Estate Transfers", August 30, 1930.
  7. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , January 11, 1933.
  8. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , September 17, 1941.
  9. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper , July 10, 1943.
  10. [S2623] Edwardsville Intelligencer Newspaper "Sons Honored At Gathering", August 30, 1945.
  11. [S1084] Angela Blankston and Jean Eaker, Records of St. John's Lutheran Church.
  12. [S829] Letter, Dorothea Berg Hoemann to Robert L. Bevan, July 14, 1989.
  13. [S830] Letter, Dorothea Fisher to Dorothea Berg Hoemann, circa 1980.