Mary Elizabeth "May" Head1

F, #121, b. April, 1860, d. October 26, 1942
Father*Michael Head b. between 1830 and 1839, d. May 21, 1899
Mother*Margaret Healy b. 1841, d. July 3, 1908
ChartsMichael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

Mary Head Hardesty
Mary Elizabeth Head
     Her nickname was "May."1
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1860 at Gratiot Street between 15th and 16th Streets, St. Louis, Missouri.2 Mary Elizabeth Head, daughter of Michael Head and Margaret Healy, was born in April, 1860 in St. Louis, Missouri.3 Conflicting evidence placed her birth in March, 1861 (1900 and 1880 census) or on May 1, 1861 (funeral bill and death certificate; could not be correct as she was included in the 1860 U.S. Census.)4,5,6,7
Mary was enumerated with her parent Michael Head on the 1860 U. S. Census for St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a three-month-old white female born in Missouri.3
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1866 at Missouri; in the rear 20th. Street between Estelle & Eugenia.8
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1867 at 1125 North 19th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.9
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1869 at 2010 Carr, St. Louis, Missouri.10 Mary lived with Michael Head and Margaret Healy in 1870 at St. Louis House, St. Louis, Missouri.11
Mary was enumerated with her parent Michael Head on the 1870 U. S. Census for Missouri. She was listed as an 11-year-old girl born in Missouri and attending school.12
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1872 at 1620 Cass Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.13
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1875 at 1805 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.14
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1877 at 1305 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.15
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1878 at 1417 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.16
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1879 at 1321 North 17th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.17
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1880 at 1436 North 19th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.18
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in September, 1880 at 1318 North 20th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.5
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Michael Head on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a single 19-year-old white female born in Missouri and was a seamstress.5
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1882 at 2210 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.19
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1884 at 2108 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.20
Mary married George William Hardesty, son of John Calhoun Hardesty and Elizabeth S. Dutro, on April 8, 1885 at St. Bridget of Erin Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri. The marriage ceremony was performed by Father William Walsh Pastor.4,21 Mary was a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the St. Louis Firemen at Missouri. Mary lived with George William Hardesty from 1900 to 1901 at 2832 North 21st Street, St. Louis, Missouri.4,22,23
Mary was enumerated as the wife of George William Hardesty under the name of "Mary Hardesty" on the 1900 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 39-year-old married white female born in Missouri in March 1861, had been married for 15 years, had five children all living at home and could read, write and speak English.4
She is included in a photo taken circa 1904. She is second from right, middle row in the photo. Also included in the photo: George William Hardesty, Ethel Hardesty, Lizzie Hardesty, Kate Hardesty, George W. Hardesty Jr., Jo Hardesty and Grace G. Hardesty.24
George Hardesty Family

Mary was a sponsor for Thomas Edward Madel's baptism on October 20, 1907 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.25
Mary was enumerated as the wife of George William Hardesty under the name of "May E. Hardesty" on the 1910 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a married 48-year-old female born in Missouri, had been married for 25 years and had four children all still living.26 Mary lived with George William Hardesty in 1910 at 2317 University Street, St. Louis, Missouri.26 Mary lived with George William Hardesty in 1920 at 2815 21st Street, St. Louis, Missouri.27
Mary was enumerated as the wife of George William Hardesty under the name of "Mary Hardesty" on the 1920 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 57-year-old white female born in Missouri.27
George and Mary Head Hardesty

On August 2, 1927 Mary visited the St Louis Dairy with the Ladies Auxiliary of St. Louis Fireman.2424
Mary Hardesty at St. Louis Dairy
Mary Elizabeth "May" Head lived with William Seton Howell and Margret Ethyl Hardesty in 1930.28
Mary was enumerated as the sister-in-law of William Seton Howell under the name of "Mary Hardesty" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 68-year-okl female born in Missouri. She was married at the age of 23. Both of her parents were born in Northern Ireland.28 Her husband, George, died on July 30, 1938 at age 79. She was the informant on his death certificate.29,30
She lived with her son-in-law, William Seton Howell and daughter, Margret, in 1940 at 4503 Red Bud in St. Louis, Missouri.31
     Mary was enumerated as the mother-in-law of William Seton Howell under the name of "Mary Hardesty" on the 1940 U. S. Census for Block 20, St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a 79-year-old widow born in Missouri. She had completed eighth grade.31
Mary died on October 26, 1942 at 4503 Red Bud Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 82, Margret Ethyl Hardesty was the informant on her death certificate.7,32,6 Her cause of death was uremia, diabetes meletis and gangrene of the left foot.7
Her obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on October 28, 1942.32 Her obituary stated:
Hardesty, Mary (nee Head) - 4503 Red Bud, Mon., Oct, 26, 1942, 6:20 a. m., beloved widow of George W. Hardesty, dear mother of Mrs. Ethel Howell, Mrs. Kitty Gossrau, Mrs. J. O. Eyermann and Mrs. Grace Duetscher, our dear sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Funeral from Cullinane Bros' Funeral Parlors, 1710 N. Grand, Wed., Oct. 28, 8:30 a.m., to Holy Rosary Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Deceased was a member of Ladies Auxiliary of the St. Louis firemen
32

Her funeral service was held on October 28, 1942 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri, the service was performed by Father (?) Kelly.32 Mary Elizabeth Hardesty was buried on October 28, 1942 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, section 22, lot 112, grave 9005.33,6 The funeral director was Cullinane Brothers, 1710 North Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. She was buried in a Kregel #5914 casket and a Wilbert vault. The cost of the funeral was $690.00 and was paid on November 24, 1942.6
Hardesty Family Plot

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860St. Louis, MissouriMichael Head3
1870MissouriMichael Head12
1880MissouriMichael Head5
1900MissouriGeorge William Hardesty4
1910St. Louis, MissouriGeorge William Hardesty26
1920MissouriGeorge William Hardesty27
1930MissouriWilliam Seton Howell28
1940Block 20, St. Louis, MissouriWilliam Seton Howell31

Family

George William Hardesty b. July 24, 1859, d. July 30, 1938
Children

Citations

  1. [S4644] Grace Hardesty Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Pre-1910.
  2. [S1436] 1860 St. Louis City Directory, page 228.
  3. [S348] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Michael Head household.
  4. [S28] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Hardesty household.
  5. [S119] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Michael Head household.
  6. [S1570] Mary Head Hardesty Funeral Arrangement Sheet`.
  7. [S5998] Mary Hardesty Death Certificate.
  8. [S195] 1866 St. Louis City Directory, page 438.
  9. [S486] 1867 St. Louis City Directory, page 410.
  10. [S194] 1869 St. Louis City Directory.
  11. [S487] 1870 St. Louis City Directory, page 412.
  12. [S2590] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Mikel Head household.
  13. [S196] 1872 St. Louis City Directory, page 337.
  14. [S490] 1875 St. Louis City Directory, page 408.
  15. [S492] 1877 St. Louis City Directory, page 421.
  16. [S192] 1878 St. Louis City Directory.
  17. [S493] 1879 St. Louis City Directory, page 444.
  18. [S494] 1880 St. Louis City Directory, page 467.
  19. [S495] 1882 St. Louis City Directory, page 511.
  20. [S497] 1884 St. Louis City Directory, page 496.
  21. [S1572] St. Bridget of Erin Catholic Church, St. Bridget of Erin Catholic Church Marriage Book Four (1853 - 1893).
  22. [S468] 1900 St. Louis City Directory, page 795.
  23. [S469] 1901 St. Louis City Directory, page 836.
  24. [S6582] Family Tree titled "All The Seeds," Ancestry World Tree.
  25. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  26. [S131] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Hardesty household.
  27. [S132] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George W. Hardesty household.
  28. [S2312] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Howell household.
  29. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  30. [S145] George W. Hardesty Sr. Obituary, August 1, 1938.
  31. [S7931] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, William Howell household.
  32. [S143] Mary Head Hardesty Obituary, October 28, 1942.
  33. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, Section and Lot Report page 1111, 5/31/1988.
  34. [S552] Tombstone photo, taken by Robert Berg.
  35. [S4645] Josephine Hardesty Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Pre-1910.

Martin Head

M, #122, b. 1816, d. February 1, 1902
Father*Captain Michael Head b. circa 1795
Mother*Mary Connaly b. circa 1795

Family History – see:

     Martin Head, son of Captain Michael Head and Mary Connaly, was born in 1816 in County Tipperary, Ireland.1,2 Conflicting evidence placed his birth in 1822 (St. Augustine Church Death Book) or various other dates between 1824 and 1832 (1860. 1870 & 1880 census.)3,4,5,6,1,7
Martin Head immigrated circa 1850 to Ohio from Ireland through Canada. Arriving with Martin were Michael Head, Bridget Head, Mary "May" Head and John Head.8,6
Martin married Margaret King circa 1851 at Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio.3
Martin is a head of household on the 1860 U. S. Census for Ohio. He was identified as a 35-year-old white male born in Ireland, employed as a laborer. Enumerated with him were:, his son John M., his daughters Mary J. and Catherine.3
Margaret and Martin Head lived in 1865 at East Washington Street and Jefferson Street in Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio. Residing with them were, their children Mary, John, Catherine, Elizabeth and Marie..9
Martin is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ohio. He was identified as a 46-year-old white male born in Ireland, he was a day laborer with real-estate valued at $2,000.00 and personal property valued at $200.00, both of his parents were foreign born and he could not read or write. Enumerated with him were:, his son John M., his daughters Mary J., Catherine and Elizabeth.4
Martin is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Ohio. He was identified as a 48-year-old white male born in Ireland and was working on a railroad. Enumerated with him were: his wife Margaret, his son John M., his daughters Mary J., Catherine and Elizabeth, his granddaughter Anna "Annie" Head.5
Martin is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Ohio. He was identified as an 80-year-old white male born in Ireland in 1820 and owned his own home free of mortgage. John was a naturalized citizen of the United States immigrating 60 years prior in 1840, he could not read or write. Enumerated with him were: his wife Margaret, his son John M., his granddaughter Anna "Annie" Head.8 His wife, Margaret, died on July 6, 1901; cause of death was congestion of lungs, age was 75.10,7
Martin died on February 1, 1902 in Ohio, cause of death was old age, age was given as 85 years old. He was listed as a laborer.1
His funeral service was held on February 3, 1902 at St. Augustine Catholic Church, Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio, the service was performed by Father Michael Pütz.7 Martin Head was buried on February 3, 1902 in St. Augustine Catholic Cemetery in Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio, in section D, lot 122, grave 4. The church record shows as Martin English (headstone). The stone is carved with the name "Head" but lists no names.11

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Napoleon, Henry County, OhioMartin Head3
1870OhioMartin Head4
1880OhioMartin Head5
1900OhioMartin Head8

Family

Margaret King b. 1826, d. July 6, 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S1574] Henry County, Ohio Death Records Volume 5, 1900 - 1908, page 200, entry 77.
  2. [S2140] J. John Head Record of the Inmates of the Little Sisters of the Poor.
  3. [S153] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Head household.
  4. [S154] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Head household.
  5. [S156] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Head household.
  6. [S918] Note from Mary Dedrick.
  7. [S1577] St. Augustine Catholic Church, St. Augustine Church Death Book.
  8. [S157] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Head household.
  9. [S297] Mrs. L. B. English, Family Group Sheet for William and Elizabeth English Family.
  10. [S1574] Henry County, Ohio Death Records Volume 5, 1900 - 1908, page 200, entry 79.
  11. [S1580] St. Augustine Catholic Church, St. Augustine Church Cemetery and Burial Records.

Ernhardt Frese

M, #123
Father*(?) Frese
     Ernhardt married Catherine (?) circa 1858 at Hannover, Region Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. as all of their children were born in Hanover that is likely to be where they were married.1
Ernhardt is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Township 3 North, Range 8 West, Madison County, Illinois. He was identified as a 48-year-old farmer born in Hanover, owned no real estate and had personal property valued at $500.00. Enumerated with him were:, his son Herman, his daughters Margaret, Marie and Mina.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870Township 3 North, Range 8 West, Madison County, IllinoisErnhardt Frese1

Family

Catherine (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S1189] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ernhardt Frese household.

Josephine Head

F, #124, b. October 23, 1873, d. February 27, 1893
Father*Michael Head b. between 1830 and 1839, d. May 21, 1899
Mother*Margaret Healy b. 1841, d. July 3, 1908
ChartsMichael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

     Josephine Head, daughter of Michael Head and Margaret Healy, was born on October 23, 1873 in St. Louis, Missouri.1,2 She was baptized on October 24, 1873 at St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri, by Reverend James Henry.2
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1874 at 1714 Cass Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.3
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1875 at 1805 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.4
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1877 at 1305 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.5
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1878 at 1417 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.6
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1879 at 1321 North 17th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.7
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1880 at 1436 North 19th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.8
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in September, 1880 at 1318 North 20th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.1
Josephine was enumerated as the daughter of Michael Head under the name of "Joseph Head" on the 1880 U. S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a seven-year-old white male born in Missouri and was attending school. Apparently the census enumerator used the wrong sex and first name.1
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1882 at 2210 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.9
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1884 at 2108 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.10
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1885 at 2129 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.11
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1886 at 1912 North 13th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.12
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1887 at 1915 North 10th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.13
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1888 at 2406 North 9th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.14
Josephine died on February 27, 1893 at 1462 Madison in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 19 according to the Calvary Cemetery records Josephine was 18 years old at the time of her death. She lived in ward 12, had no occupation and died at 1462 Madison Ave. of valvular disease of the heart.15,16,17
Her obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on February 28, 1893.15 Her obituary stated:
Head - On the 27th inst. at 11:45 p. m., Josephine Head, beloved daughter of Michael and Maggie Head (nee Healy), aged 18 years. Funeral from residence, 1462 Madison street, Wednesday, March 1, at 2 o'clock, to St. Michael's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery, Friends are invited to attend
15
She was buried on March 1, 1893 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 11, lot A, grave 121.18,15,19 She is burried in the same section as her father, depth R1. Funeral director was Liedner Droste Funeral Home.

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880St. Louis, MissouriMichael Head1

Citations

  1. [S119] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Michael Head household.
  2. [S1522] St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church, St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church Baptisms 1877 - 1880, page 235.
  3. [S489] 1874 St. Louis City Directory, page 397.
  4. [S490] 1875 St. Louis City Directory, page 408.
  5. [S492] 1877 St. Louis City Directory, page 421.
  6. [S192] 1878 St. Louis City Directory.
  7. [S493] 1879 St. Louis City Directory, page 444.
  8. [S494] 1880 St. Louis City Directory, page 467.
  9. [S495] 1882 St. Louis City Directory, page 511.
  10. [S497] 1884 St. Louis City Directory, page 496.
  11. [S370] 1885-1886 St. Louis City Directory, page 518.
  12. [S371] 1886 -1887 St. Louis City Directory, page 521.
  13. [S372] 1887-1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 523.
  14. [S467] 1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 553.
  15. [S167] Josephine Head Obituary, February, 1893.
  16. [S283] Division of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics, Death Records, St. Louis.
  17. [S675] Josephine Head Death Registration.
  18. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  19. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).

James P. Head

M, #125, b. March, 1868, d. October 30, 1946
Father*Michael Head b. between 1830 and 1839, d. May 21, 1899
Mother*Margaret Healy b. 1841, d. July 3, 1908
ChartsMichael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

     James P. Head was also known as James B. Heade. James P. Head, son of Michael Head and Margaret Healy, was born in March, 1868 in St. Louis, Missouri.1,2 Conflicting evidence placed his birth in 1871 (1900 census) or in 1876 (St. Louis Cemetery Records.)3,1,4,2
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1869 at 2010 Carr in St. Louis, Missouri.5 James lived with Michael Head and Margaret Healy in 1870 at St. Louis House, St. Louis, Missouri.6
He was enumerated with his parent Michael Head on the 1870 U. S. Census for St. Louis, Missouri. He was listed as a two-year-old boy born in Missouri.2
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1872 at 1620 Cass Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.7
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1874 at 1714 Cass Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.8
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1875 at 1805 Division Street in St. Louis, Missouri.9
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1877 at 1305 North 18th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.10
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1878 at 1417 North 18th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.11
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1879 at 1321 North 17th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.12
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1880 at 1436 North 19th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.13
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in September, 1880 at 1318 North 20th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.1
James was enumerated as the son of Michael Head on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was listed as a 12-year-old white male born in Missouri and was attending school.1
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1882 at 2210 Division Street in St. Louis, Missouri.14
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1884 at 2108 Division Street in St. Louis, Missouri.15
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1885 at 2129 Division Street in St. Louis, Missouri.16 James lived with Margaret and Michael Head in 1886 at 1912 North 13th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.17
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1887 at 1915 North 10th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.18
James P. was a finisher in 1887 at Missouri.18
James P. Head lived in 1887 1915 North 10th Street, Missouri.18
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1888 at 2406 North 9th Street in St. Louis, Missouri.19
James P. Head lived in 1888 1401 North 17th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.19
James P. was listed as "brass." in 1888 at Missouri.19 He boarded in 1889 at 1515 Warren, St. Louis, Missouri.20
James P. was a finisher in 1889 at Missouri.20
James P. Head lived in 1890 1515 Warren, Missouri.21
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1894 at 1408 Madison in St. Louis, Missouri.22
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1895 at 1519 Benton Street in St. Louis, Missouri.23
James P. was a painter in 1895 at Missouri.23
The 1896 city directory of St. Louis, Missouri shows he was living at 1519 Benton Street. His occupation was listed as painter.24
He lived with his parents, Margaret and Michael, from 1897 to 1898 at 1306 Montgomery Street in St. Louis, Missouri.25,26
James P. was a saw maker in 1897 at Missouri.25
James P. Head and William Robert Head lived in 1899 1805a Cass Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, William was a laborer and James was a saw maker, they lived about two blocks away from their parents.27
James was enumerated under the name of "James P. Head" on the 1900 U.S. Census of Missouri, where he was listed as a single 29-year-old white male born in Missouri. Both his parents were shown as being born in Massachusetts. He was working as a shoemaker. He was a lodger in the household of Minnie A. Kelso (no known relationship.)4 James P. Head was boarding with Minnie Kelso in June, 1900 at 2206 Carr, St. Louis, Missouri.4
James P. Head lived from 1902 to 1905 1506 1/2 St. Louis Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.28,29,30
James P. was a painter from 1902 to 1914 at Missouri.31,29,32,28 He was boarding in 1910 at 1414 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.31
James P. Head lived in 1914 3953 North 9th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.32
James P. Head lived in 1915 2616 North 9th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.33
James was enumerated under the name of "James Head" on the 1920 U.S. Census of Missouri, where he was listed as a 50-year-old single white male born in Missouri. He was a lodger in a rooming house at 1813 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. James was working as a painting contractor. He was a lodger in the household of Elmer Bennish (no known relationship.)34
James P. was an apartment house painter in 1930.35
James P. Head lived in 1930 1234 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri.35
James was enumerated on the 1930 U.S. Census of Missouri, he was listed as listed as a single 62-year-old male born in Missouri, both of his parents were born in the Irish Free State. He could read and write and was not a veteran. He was a lodger in the household of Henry Hilderbrand (no known relationship.)35
James P. Head lived between 1936 and 1946 2710 North 19th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.36,37
James died on October 30, 1946 at City Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 78.38,37 His cause of death was uremia.37 He was buried on November 2, 1946 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot S, grave 1880.39,37

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870St. Louis, MissouriMichael Head2
1880MissouriMichael Head1
1900St. Louis, MissouriMinnie A. Kelso4
1920MissouriElmer Bennish34
1930MissouriJames P. Head35

Citations

  1. [S119] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Michael Head household.
  2. [S2590] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Mikel Head household.
  3. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).
  4. [S190] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Minnie A. Kelso household.
  5. [S194] 1869 St. Louis City Directory.
  6. [S487] 1870 St. Louis City Directory, page 412.
  7. [S196] 1872 St. Louis City Directory, page 337.
  8. [S489] 1874 St. Louis City Directory, page 397.
  9. [S490] 1875 St. Louis City Directory, page 408.
  10. [S492] 1877 St. Louis City Directory, page 421.
  11. [S192] 1878 St. Louis City Directory.
  12. [S493] 1879 St. Louis City Directory, page 444.
  13. [S494] 1880 St. Louis City Directory, page 467.
  14. [S495] 1882 St. Louis City Directory, page 511.
  15. [S497] 1884 St. Louis City Directory, page 496.
  16. [S370] 1885-1886 St. Louis City Directory, page 518.
  17. [S371] 1886 -1887 St. Louis City Directory, page 521.
  18. [S372] 1887-1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 523.
  19. [S467] 1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 553.
  20. [S373] 1889 St. Louis City Directory, page 555.
  21. [S374] 1890-1891 St. Louis City Directory, page 575.
  22. [S499] 1894 St. Louis City Directory, page 647.
  23. [S500] 1895 St. Louis City Directory, page 651.
  24. [S501] 1896 St. Louis City Directory.
  25. [S502] 1897 St. Louis City Directory, page 741.
  26. [S503] 1898 St. Louis City Directory, page 729.
  27. [S504] 1899 St. Louis City Directory, page 760.
  28. [S197] 1902 St. Louis City Directory, page 877.
  29. [S200] 1903 St. Louis City Directory.
  30. [S198] 1905 St. Louis City Directory.
  31. [S199] 1910 St. Louis City Directory.
  32. [S201] 1914 St. Louis City Directory.
  33. [S507] 1915 St. Louis City Directory, page 931.
  34. [S189] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Elmer Bennish household.
  35. [S2815] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Henry Hilderbrand household.
  36. [S457] 1936 St. Louis City Directory.
  37. [S5997] James P. Head Death Certificate.
  38. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  39. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, intement report 5/31/88, page 1956.

Ellen Agnes Head

F, #126, b. April 25, 1871, d. March 24, 1953
Father*Michael Head b. between 1830 and 1839, d. May 21, 1899
Mother*Margaret Healy b. 1841, d. July 3, 1908
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

Ellen Agnes Head Madel
     Ellen Agnes Head, daughter of Michael Head and Margaret Healy, was born on April 25, 1871 in St. Louis, Missouri.1 Conflicting evidence placed her birth on April 30, 1871 (birth record.)2 She was baptized on May 16, 1871 at St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri, by Reverend A. R. Mulholland.1,3 St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church was founded in 1855 by Father James Henry as a mission of St. Patrick's Church. It was replaced by a later structure across the street at the southwest corner of 14th and O'Fallon Streets in 1865. It was sold by the archdiocese in 1948 and was used as a truck repair garage.4
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1872 at 1620 Cass Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.5
The family had very little money, in the winter her refrigerator was a peach crate attached to a window on the flat on Ella Avenue. In the summer they only occasionally had enough money for a 25 pound block of ice, the rest of the time they just bought what they could consume for the day. They cooked on an old wood burning stove so Nell rarely baked anything. They lived in what was called a cold-water flat (no hot water!). They heated the flat in the winter with a single coal burning stove. Her grandson, Tom, obtained coal for her by tricking the guard dog at a nearby coal yard. He would throw a small rock over the fence, the dog would go fetch a lump of coal and bring it to the fence (it couldn't really find the small rock). Tom would then throw another rock and take the coal while the dog went after the next rock.
One of her favorite treats on Sunday was pastry from a small bakery near the house on Hodiamont Ave.
Not long after her husband died she became prematurely senile.
The house at 6116 Ella Avenue was across the street from a junk yard and a Seventh Day Adventist Church and up a large hill about two blocks from Wellston High School. One trolley ran on Hodiamont Ave. and another on Cockrell Ave.
The area was very poor even when the Madels lived there in the mid-1920s and is even worse in 1999.
The Madels lived on the first floor and for a while two of Nell's sisters lived on the second floor.6
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1874 at 1714 Cass Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.7
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1875 at 1805 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.8
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1877 at 1305 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.9
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1878 at 1417 North 18th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.10
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1879 at 1321 North 17th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.11
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1880 at 1436 North 19th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.12
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in September, 1880 at 1318 North 20th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.13
Ellen was enumerated as the daughter of Michael Head on the 1880 U. S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a nine-year-old white female born in Missouri and was attending school.13
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1882 at 2210 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.14
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1884 at 2108 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.15
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1885 at 2129 Division Street, St. Louis, Missouri.16
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1886 at 1912 North 13th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.17
Ellen Agnes Head

She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1887 at 1915 North 10th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.18
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1888 at 2406 North 9th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.19
Ellen Agnes Head

She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1894 at 1408 Madison, St. Louis, Missouri.20
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, in 1895 at 1519 Benton Street, St. Louis, Missouri.21
She lived with her parents, Margaret and Michael, from 1897 to 1898 at 1306 Montgomery Street, St. Louis, Missouri.22,23 Ellen lived with George William Hardesty from 1900 to 1901 at 2832 North 21st Street, St. Louis, Missouri.24,25,26
Ellen Agnes Head

Ellen married William Edward Madel, son of William Henri Mädel and Margaret Reilly, in 1904 at Missouri, the best man was Peter J. Daugherty.27
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived from 1907 to 1910 at 6319 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Thomas and Roy, their nephew, William J. Whalen..27,28
Ellen was enumerated as the wife of William Edward Madel under the name of "Ellen Madel" on the 1910 U. S. Census of Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a married 34-year-old white female born in Missouri, both her parents were born in Ireland. She had been married five years and had two chldren both still living at home.27
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1917 at 1571 Valle Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Roy, Marie and Thomas..29
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1918 at 1415 Cockrell Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Roy, Thomas and Marie..30
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived between 1919 and 1920 at 1415 Cockrill Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas. Cockrell Avenue originally crossed Ella Avenue however it no longer exists in 1999.31,32
Ellen was enumerated as the wife of William Edward Madel under the name of "Ellen Madel" on the 1920 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a married 44-year-old white female born in Missouri.31
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived from 1922 to 1925 at 6114 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas..33,34
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1930 at 6114 Ella Avenue in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie..35
Ellen was enumerated as the wife of William Edward Madel under the name of "Ellen Madel" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 54-year-old married female born in Missouri. Both of her parents were born in the Irish Free State. She was married at the age of 29.35
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1935 at 6116 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas..36 Her husband, William, died on February 21, 1936 at age 65.37,38,39
Ellen Agnes lived in 1940 at 6116 Ella Avenue in Missouri, residing with her were, her child, Thomas.40
Ellen is a head of household, under the name of "Ellen Madel", on the 1940 U. S. Census for Ward 28, St. Louis, Missouri. She was identified as a widowed 65-year-old female born in Missouri. She had completed sixth grade and was renting a home for $12.50 per month. Enumerated with her was her son Thomas Edward.40
Ellen Agnes Head approved for purchase of food stamps after the death of her husband on December 16, 1940 at Missouri.41
Around 1950, Ellen moved to Kirkwood to live with her daughter and son-in-law, Marie and Henry Berg. Henry converted the dining room into a bedroom for her as she couldn't manage the steps to the second floor. I remember Father Westhoff from St. Peter parish in Kirkwood visiting her regularly. Towards the end she became very cranky and difficult.42
Ellen died on March 24, 1953 at 501 West Adams Avenue in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 81 the cause of death was chronic myocardites (2 years), malnutirition (6 months), senility (10 years), hyptensive cardio-vascular disease - mild stroke.43,44,45 Her cause of death was chronic myocarditis due to hyptensive cardio-vascular disease and senility. She also had inability to swallow following a mild cerebral haemorrhage around September, 1952.46
Her obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on March 25, 1953.45 Her obituary stated:
Madel, Ellen A. (nee Head), 501 W. Adams Av., Kirkwood, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Tues., March 24, 1953, wife of the late William Madel, dear mother of Thomas Madel and Mrs. Henry Berg, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother and aunt. funeral Sat. 8:45 a.m. from the Bopp Chapel, 131 W. Argonne dr., Kirkwood to St. Peter's Church, 9 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery
45

Her funeral service was held on March 28, 1953 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, from Bopp Chapel, 131 W. Argonne Dr., Kirkwood, Missouri at 8:45 a.m. the service was performed by Father Alphonse E. Westhoff.45 Mrs. Ellen Agnes Madel was buried on March 28, 1953 in Resurrection Catholic Cemetery in Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri, in section 20B, lot 74, grave 1-2 of Our Lady of Fatima Garden.47,48,49,45,46
Lady of Fatima Garden
Speh Monument Company erected a Vermont granite marker at her grave site in December, 1953.50
Marie Madel Berg & Henry A. Berg
Ellen Head Madel
Tombstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880St. Louis, MissouriMichael Head13
1910Wellston, St. Louis County, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel27
1920St. Louis, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel31
1930MissouriWilliam Edward Madel35
1940Ward 28, St. Louis, MissouriEllen Agnes Head40

Family

William Edward Madel b. November 29, 1870, d. February 21, 1936
Children

Citations

  1. [S728] Ellen Head Madel baptismal record.
  2. [S6035] Missouri Birth Records 1805-1980, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, Ellen May Head.
  3. [S1521] St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church, St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church Baptisms 1871 - 1877, page 28.
  4. [S966] Norbury L. Wayman, History of St. Louis Neighborhoods - Old North St. Louis & Yeatman, page 13.
  5. [S196] 1872 St. Louis City Directory, page 337.
  6. [S1021] Interview, Thomas A. Madel, July 12, 1999.
  7. [S489] 1874 St. Louis City Directory, page 397.
  8. [S490] 1875 St. Louis City Directory, page 408.
  9. [S492] 1877 St. Louis City Directory, page 421.
  10. [S192] 1878 St. Louis City Directory.
  11. [S493] 1879 St. Louis City Directory, page 444.
  12. [S494] 1880 St. Louis City Directory, page 467.
  13. [S119] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Michael Head household.
  14. [S495] 1882 St. Louis City Directory, page 511.
  15. [S497] 1884 St. Louis City Directory, page 496.
  16. [S370] 1885-1886 St. Louis City Directory, page 518.
  17. [S371] 1886 -1887 St. Louis City Directory, page 521.
  18. [S372] 1887-1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 523.
  19. [S467] 1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 553.
  20. [S499] 1894 St. Louis City Directory, page 647.
  21. [S500] 1895 St. Louis City Directory, page 651.
  22. [S502] 1897 St. Louis City Directory, page 741.
  23. [S503] 1898 St. Louis City Directory, page 729.
  24. [S28] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Hardesty household.
  25. [S468] 1900 St. Louis City Directory, page 795.
  26. [S469] 1901 St. Louis City Directory, page 836.
  27. [S138] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  28. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  29. [S461] 1917 St. Louis County Directory, page 155.
  30. [S4104] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online), 2002.
  31. [S140] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  32. [S508] 1918 St. Louis City Directory, page 1570.
  33. [S465] 1922 St. Louis City Directory, page 1677.
  34. [S510] 1925 St. Louis City Directory, page 1733.
  35. [S922] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William E. Madel household.
  36. [S456] 1935 St. Louis City Directory, page 814.
  37. [S613] William E. Madel Death Certificate.
  38. [S717] Funeral Card for William E. Madel.
  39. [S725] William E. Madel Obituary, February 23, 1936.
  40. [S7932] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Ellen Madel household.
  41. [S650] Ellen Madel Food Stamp Card.
  42. [S2581] Personal knowledge of compiler, Robert H. Berg.
  43. [S654] Ellen Madel Proof of Death.
  44. [S718] Funeral Card for Ellen Head Madel.
  45. [S727] Ellen A. Head Madel Obituary, March 25, 1953.
  46. [S5293] Ellen A. Madel Death Certificate.
  47. [S44] Resurrection Cemetery, Resurrection Cemetery Burial Records.
  48. [S651] Ellen Madel Cemetery Lot Purchase.
  49. [S655] Ellen A. Madel Funeral Invoice.
  50. [S653] Ellen Madel Gravestone Invoice.

William Edward Madel

M, #127, b. November 29, 1870, d. February 21, 1936
Father*William Henri Mädel b. October 8, 1843, d. August 12, 1872
Mother*Margaret Reilly b. December 25, 1847, d. August 28, 1920
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

William Edward Madel
     William Edward Madel, son of William Henri Mädel and Margaret Reilly, was born on November 29, 1870 in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas.1 Conflicting evidence placed his birth on November 28, 1873.2 He was baptized on January 11, 1871 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, by Father Jean Marie Giraud.1,3
William moved along with Margaret Reilly in 1875 from Jefferson, Texas to St. Louis, Missouri. After death of her husband.4
     As of between 1880 and 1883, William Edward Madel lived at 2829 Penrose Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.665208, -90.209646.
     As of June, 1880, William Edward Madel lived at 2810 Penrose Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.665208, -90.209646.
William lived with his parents, Margaret, in June, 1880 at 2810 Penrose Street in St. Louis, Missouri.5
William was enumerated as the son of Margaret Reilly under the name of "Willie Madill" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was listed as a ten-year-old white male born in Texas, he had attended school during the year (First Enumeration.)5
William lived with Margaret Reilly from November, 1880 to 1883 at 2829 Penrose Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.6,7
William was enumerated as the son of Margaret Reilly under the name of "Willie Meddell" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was listed as a ten-year-old white male born in Texas, he could not read or write but had attended school during the year (Second Enumeration.)6
William Edward lived in 1890 at 2814 Wells Street in St. Louis, Missouri, residing with him were, his mother Mrs. Margaret Madel his sister Mrs. Mary Ellen Whalen, his nephew James Whalen and William J. Whalen.8
     As of 1890, William Edward Madel lived at 2814 Wells Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.662266,-90.261708. He was a witness at a coroner's inquest held after the death of his sister Mary January 31, 1890 Missouri.8
William Edward was a painter and paperhanger. from 1900 to 1935 at Missouri.9,10,11,12,13,14,15,2
William is a head of household, under the name of "William Maddell", on the 1900 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was identified as a single 27-year-old white male born in Texas in November 1872. His father was listed as born in Missouri, his mother as at sea. (His father is identified in all other documentation as being born in Louisiana, his mother said she was born on the ship from Ireland to New Orleans.) He was a paperhanger who was out of work for six months during the year and rented a house at 5723 Cote Brilliante Avenue, St. Louis. Enumerated with him were:, his mother Margaret, his nephew William J. Whalen.9
William Edward lived in 1900 at 5703 Cote Brilliante Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, residing with him were, his mother Margaret Reilly, his nephew William J. Whalen.9 Cote Brilliante was French for "bright hill" and came from the name for an Indian burial mound located at the intersection of Kingshighway and Martin Luther King Boulevard and was named for the way the sun reflected off of the mound. St. Louis was known as the Mound City because of the many Indian mounds in the area.16
     As of August, 1900, William Edward Madel lived at 5703 Cote Brilliant Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.672598, -90.276355.
     As of 1902, William Edward Madel lived at 5739 Theodosia Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.672483, -90.277893. William lived with Margaret Reilly in 1902 at 5739 Theodosia Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.15
William married Ellen Agnes Head, daughter of Michael Head and Margaret Healy, in 1904 at Missouri, the best man was Peter J. Daugherty.13
     As of between 1907 and 1910, William Edward Madel lived at 6310 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.680210, -90.284495.
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived from 1907 to 1910 at 6319 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Thomas and Roy, their nephew, William J. Whalen..13,17
William Edward Madel had a shop which was called "Modern Art Wall Paper" in 1908 at 5449b Easton Avenue, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.18
William is a head of household on the 1910 U. S. Census of Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was identified as a 34-year-old white male born in Missouri. His mother was listed as born in Texas and his father in Missouri (this probably should have been father in Louisiana and mother in Ireland or at sea and William in Texas based on other documentation.) He owned a house at 6319 Audry Avenue that was mortgaged, just a few houses away from his brother- and sister-in-law (Ed and Kate Shulenberg). Enumerated with him were: his wife Ellen Agnes, his sons Roy and Thomas Edward, his nephew William J. Whalen.13
     As of 1917, William Edward Madel lived at 1571 Valle Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, 38.680233,-90.288928.
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1917 at 1571 Valle Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Roy, Marie and Thomas..14
     As of 1918, William Edward Madel lived at 1415 Cockrill Avenuie in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, 38.673725, -90.287228.
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1918 at 1415 Cockrell Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Roy, Thomas and Marie..2 William was the informant listed on the death certificate of Roy Madel on April 11, 1918.19,20,21 William registered for the draft for World War I on September 12, 1918 at Draft Board 27, St. Louis, Missouri, he was listed as medium height and build with brown eyes and hair.2
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived between 1919 and 1920 at 1415 Cockrill Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas. Cockrell Avenue originally crossed Ella Avenue however it no longer exists in 1999.22,23
William is a head of household on the 1920 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was identified as a married 45-year-old white male born in Texas. His mother was born in Ireland and his father in Missouri. William rented a house at 1514 Cockrell Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri and was a paper hanger with his own store. Enumerated with him were: his wife Ellen Agnes, his son Thomas Edward, his daughter Marie Ellen Agnes.22
William Edward was a decorator in 1922 at 1421 Cockrill, St. Louis, Missouri.24
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived from 1922 to 1925 at 6114 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas..24,25
     As of from 1922 to 1930, William Edward Madel lived at 6114 Ella Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.
William Edward was a paperhanger and contractor in 1925 at Missouri.25
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1930 at 6114 Ella Avenue in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie..26
William is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was identified as a married 54-year-old male born in Texas. He was renting a house for $22.00 per month and was a self-employed paper hanger and decorator. His father was shown as born in Texas and his mother in the United States, his father was actually born in Louisiana. Enumerated with him were: his wife Ellen Agnes, his daughter Marie Ellen Agnes.26
     As of 1935, William Edward Madel lived at 6116 Ella Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, 38.672714, -90.288056.
Ellen and William Edward Madel lived in 1935 at 6116 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Marie and Thomas..10
William died on February 21, 1936 at City Hospital # 1 in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 65.27,28,29 His cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis at 9:50 p.m. Often painters in this era actually suffered from a form of lead poisoning that was misdiagnosed as pneumonia or tuberculosis.27
His obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on February 23, 1936.29 His obituary stated:
Madel, William - 6116 Ella av., Fr., Feb. 21, 1936, 9:50 a. m. beloved husband of Nell Madel (nee Head), dear father of Mrs. Henry Berg and Thomas W. Madel. Funeral from Clark's Funeral Home, 1125 Hodiamont av., Mon., Fe 24, 8:30 a. m. to Notre Dame Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery
29

William Edward's wake was held on February 24, 1936 at Joseph W. Clark Funeral Home, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, located at 1125 Hodiamont Avenue.30,29
His funeral service was held on February 24, 1936 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, the service was performed by Reverend William J. Dumped.31,32 William Edward Madel was buried on February 24, 1936 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot 000R, grave 1100.33,27,29

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880St. Louis, MissouriMargaret Reilly5
1880MissouriMargaret Reilly6
1900MissouriWilliam Edward Madel9
1910Wellston, St. Louis County, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel13
1920MissouriWilliam Edward Madel22
1930MissouriWilliam Edward Madel26

Family

Ellen Agnes Head b. April 25, 1871, d. March 24, 1953
Children

Citations

  1. [S730] William Edward Madel baptismal record.
  2. [S4104] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online), 2002.
  3. [S659] Mrs. Arch McKay and Mrs. H. A. Spellings, A History of Jefferson, Marion County, Texas.
  4. [S233] Margaret Madel Record, Little Sisters of the Poor.
  5. [S3106] 1880 (First Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Madill household.
  6. [S136] 1880 (Second Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Meddell household.
  7. [S496] 1883 St. Louis City Directory, page 721.
  8. [S1420] Mary Ellen Whalen entry, Coroner's Inquest, St. Louis, January 31, 1890.
  9. [S137] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Meddall household.
  10. [S456] 1935 St. Louis City Directory, page 814.
  11. [S506] 1911 St. Louis City Directory, page 1305.
  12. [S507] 1915 St. Louis City Directory, page 1369.
  13. [S138] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  14. [S461] 1917 St. Louis County Directory, page 155.
  15. [S197] 1902 St. Louis City Directory, page 1319.
  16. [S965] Robert E. Hannon, St. Louis: Its Neighborhoods and Neighbors, Landmarks and Milestones, page 72.
  17. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  18. [S1565] 1908 St. Louis Bell CompanyTelephone Book.
  19. [S4572] Roy Madel Death Certificate.
  20. [S724] Roy Madel Obituary, April 12, 1918.
  21. [S736] Funeral Card for Roy Madel.
  22. [S140] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  23. [S508] 1918 St. Louis City Directory, page 1570.
  24. [S465] 1922 St. Louis City Directory, page 1677.
  25. [S510] 1925 St. Louis City Directory, page 1733.
  26. [S922] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William E. Madel household.
  27. [S613] William E. Madel Death Certificate.
  28. [S717] Funeral Card for William E. Madel.
  29. [S725] William E. Madel Obituary, February 23, 1936.
  30. [S1518] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1930 -1973.
  31. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  32. [S1518] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1930 -1973, page 11, line 6.
  33. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, interment report 5/31/1988, page 2822.

Thomas Edward Madel

M, #128, b. September 24, 1907, d. May 25, 1985
Father*William Edward Madel b. November 29, 1870, d. February 21, 1936
Mother*Ellen Agnes Head b. April 25, 1871, d. March 24, 1953
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

Thomas Edward Madel
World War II
     Thomas Edward Madel was also known as William Lester (on birth register; the entry is very clear, perhaps they changed their mind about his name before he was baptised.)1
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, from 1907 to 1910 at 6319 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri.2,3 Thomas Edward Madel, son of William Edward Madel and Ellen Agnes Head, was born on September 24, 1907 in 6318 Audrey Street, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, 38.680308, -90.284488.4,1 He was baptized on October 20, 1907 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, by Reverend C. F. O'Leary the sponsors included Mary Elizabeth "May" Head.3 His baptism name was Thomas William Madel.35
Tom Madel on a donkey, traveling photographer

Thomas was enumerated as the son of William Edward Madel on the 1910 U. S. Census of Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was listed as a two-year-old white male born in Missouri.2
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, in 1917 at 1571 Valle Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.6
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, in 1918 at 1415 Cockrell Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.7
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, between 1919 and 1920 at 1415 Cockrill Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, Cockrell Avenue originally crossed Ella Avenue however it no longer exists in 1999.8,9
Thomas was enumerated as the son of William Edward Madel under the name of "Thomas William Madel" on the 1920 U. S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri. He was listed as a 12-year-old white male born in Missouri, he was attending school.8
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, from 1922 to 1925 at 6114 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.10,115
Boxing in Front Yard

Thomas Edward was a clerk with Missouri Pacific Railroad in 1925 at Missouri.11
Thomas (his first marriage) married Helen Henrietta Houston (her first marriage), daughter of Frank Leslie Houston and Eva May Williams, in 1928 at Missouri.12
Thomas Edward was a chauffer for a retail grocer in 1930.12
Helen and Thomas Edward Madel lived in 1930 at 5997A Hodiamont Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were..12
Thomas is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was identified as a married 22-year-old male born in Missouri as were both of his parents. He was renting a apartment for $30.00 per month and owned a radio. Tom was employed as a chauffer for a retail grocer. Enumerated with him was his wife, Helen Henrietta.12 Thomas Edward Madel and Helen Henrietta Houston were divorced before 1935 at Missouri.13
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, in 1935 at 6116 Ella Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.13
Thomas Edward was a paperhanger in 1935 at Missouri.13
Thomas (his second marriage) married Margie (?) circa 1935 at St. Charles, St. Charles County, Missouri.
Thomas lived with his parent, Ellen, in 1940 at 6116 Ella Avenue in Missouri.14
Thomas Edward was the owner of a paperhanging business in 1940. In 1939 he worked 456 weeks and earned $670.00. He worked 52 hours in the period March 24-30, 1940.15
     Thomas was enumerated as the son of Ellen Agnes Head on the 1940 U. S. Census for Ward 28, St. Louis, Missouri. He was listed as a divorced 32-year-old male born in Missouri. He had completed high school.14
On July 23, 1941, he applied for a delayed birth certificate based on note on baptismal record.
Thomas Edward Madel
South Pacific World War II
Thomas Edward Madel
South Pacific World War II

Thomas enlisted in the U. S. Army for service in World War II on January 27, 1943 at Jefferson Barracks, Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri. His enlistment record stated his term of enlistment was for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law, he was inducted from civil life as a private. He was identified as a white citizen, had three years of high school education and was married. His Army serial number was 37414363.16,17
Thomas served between 1943 and 1945 in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He was assigned to the 73rd Fighter Squadron, 7th Air Force, U. S. Army Air Corps in the South Pacific and was stationed on Saipan, Okinawa and Iwo Jima among other islands.18,16
Thomas Edward was a painter and paperhanger in 1945 at Missouri. He and Margie (?) were divorced circa 1945.
Thomas (his third marriage) married Mary A. Murphy (her first marriage), daughter of William H. Murphy and Sarah R. Hillhouse, on March 3, 1946 at Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.19
Thomas Edward was a cab driver; he was issued City of St. Louis Taxicab Driver's License, number 30 on January 7, 1949 at Missouri.205
Tom & Mary Madel

Tom was a painter for Bilgere Brothers of St. Louis for many years, retiring in 1973, he was a member of Painter's Local 46. He was a World War II veteran serving in the Army Air Corps in the South Pacific as a radio mechanic.45
Tom Madel and his Woody

Thomas died on May 25, 1985 in Illinois, at age 77.4,21
His obituary was published in the Pekin, Illinois newspaper on May 26, 1985.4 His obituary stated:
Thomas Madel - Pekin - Thomas E. Madel, 77, of 100 Pin Oak Drive, Apt. 4, died Saturday at Pekin Memorial Hospital. born, Sept. 24, 1907, in Welston, Mo., to William and Ellen Madel, he married Mary Murphy March 3, 1946, in Pekin. He was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister. Madel is survived by his wife; one son, Thomas of Kirkwood, Mo; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A painter for Bilgere Brothers of St. Louis, Mo., for may years, retiring in 1973, he was a member of the Painters Local 46 in St. louis, Mo. He was a World War II veteran, having served with the U.S. Air Force. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Abts Mortuary, with a member of the St. Joseph pastorial team officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to services Tuesday at the mortuary. Burial will be at St. Joseph Cemetery
4

His funeral service was held on May 28, 1985 at Abts Mortuary, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, Brother Christopher McCartney O.S.A. of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Pekin officiated. Bearers were Charles Van Dyke, David Van Dyke, Wiley Holmes, Terry Ghidina, Tom Jones and Robert Berg.21 He was buried on May 28, 1985 in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, funeral director was Abts Mortuary.22
Thomas E. Madel Tombstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1910Wellston, St. Louis County, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel2
1920St. Louis, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel8
1930MissouriThomas Edward Madel12
1940Ward 28, St. Louis, MissouriEllen Agnes Head14

Family 1

Helen Henrietta Houston b. December 4, 1907, d. September 23, 1991
Child

Family 2

Margie (?)

Family 3

Mary A. Murphy b. September 20, 1913, d. June 22, 1995

Citations

  1. [S6035] Missouri Birth Records 1805-1980, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, William Lester Madel.
  2. [S138] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  3. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  4. [S732] Thomas E. Madel Obituary, May 26, 1985.
  5. [S8486] Berg Family Photo Albums and Collection, Bob & Linda Berg.
  6. [S461] 1917 St. Louis County Directory, page 155.
  7. [S4104] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online), 2002.
  8. [S140] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  9. [S508] 1918 St. Louis City Directory, page 1570.
  10. [S465] 1922 St. Louis City Directory, page 1677.
  11. [S510] 1925 St. Louis City Directory, page 1733.
  12. [S2310] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Madel household.
  13. [S456] 1935 St. Louis City Directory, page 814.
  14. [S7932] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Ellen Madel household.
  15. [S7935] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Illinois, Walter Schoettle household.
  16. [S3237] National Archives and Records Administration, "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938 - 1946" database.
  17. [S4392] WW II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  18. [S926] Research Papers, Madel and Head families. Prepared by Marie Madel Berg.
  19. [S713] Mary Madel Obituary, June 23, 1995.
  20. [S523] Thomas E. Madel entry, Taxi Cab Driver's License, St. Louis, 1945.
  21. [S733] Funeral Card for Thomas E. Madel.
  22. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Roy Madel

M, #129, b. June 8, 1905, d. April 11, 1918
Father*William Edward Madel b. November 29, 1870, d. February 21, 1936
Mother*Ellen Agnes Head b. April 25, 1871, d. March 24, 1953
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

Roy Madel
     Roy Madel, son of William Edward Madel and Ellen Agnes Head, was born on June 8, 1905 in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.1,23
Roy Madel

He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, from 1907 to 1910 at 6319 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri.1,43
Roy Madel
Ca. 1910

Roy was enumerated as the son of William Edward Madel on the 1910 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was listed as a white male three-years-old, born in Missouri.1
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, in 1917 at 1571 Valle Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.5
He lived with his parents, Ellen and William, in 1918 at 1415 Cockrell Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.6
Roy died on April 11, 1918 at 1415 Crockrell Avenu in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 12, William Edward Madel was the informant on his death certificate.2,7,8 His cause of death was tubercular laryngitis accoumpanied by exhaustion.2
His obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on April 12, 1918.7 His obituary stated:
Madel - On Thursday, April 11, 1918 at 8:15 p.m., Ray Madel, darling son of William and Nellie Madel (nee Head), dear brother of Thomas and Marie Madel, at the age of 11 years. Funeral from residence, 1415 Crockrell avenue, on Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m., to Notre Dame Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Motor. (c)
7

The undertaker who handled his arrangements was Joseph W. Clark at 11485 Hodiamont Avenue in Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.2
His funeral service was held on April 13, 1918 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, the funeral was conducted by Father Ungent; his father paid for the funeral service by wall papering the parish house.7,9 Roy Madel was buried on April 13, 1918 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot 000M, grave 186.10,7,2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1910Wellston, St. Louis County, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel1

Citations

  1. [S138] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  2. [S4572] Roy Madel Death Certificate.
  3. [S8486] Berg Family Photo Albums and Collection, Bob & Linda Berg.
  4. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  5. [S461] 1917 St. Louis County Directory, page 155.
  6. [S4104] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online), 2002.
  7. [S724] Roy Madel Obituary, April 12, 1918.
  8. [S736] Funeral Card for Roy Madel.
  9. [S738] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1917-1929, page 7.
  10. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, interment report 5/31/1988, page 2822.

Helen Henrietta Houston

F, #130, b. December 4, 1907, d. September 23, 1991
Father*Frank Leslie Houston b. December 23, 1872, d. August 2, 1935
Mother*Eva May Williams b. May 4, 1887, d. October 21, 1970
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents
     Helen Henrietta Houston, daughter of Frank Leslie Houston and Eva May Williams, was born on December 4, 1907 in Missouri.1
She lived with her parents, Eva and Frank, in 1920 at 3217 Rossunte Avenue near Lee, St. Louis, Missouri.2
Helen was enumerated as the daughter of Frank Leslie Houston on the 1920 U. S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a 12-year-old girl born in Missouri and was attending school.2
Helen (her first marriage) marrried Thomas Edward Madel (his first marriage) , son of William Edward Madel and Ellen Agnes Head, in 1928 at Missouri.1
Helen and Thomas Edward Madel lived in 1930 at 5997A Hodiamont Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them were..1
Helen was enumerated as the wife of Thomas Edward Madel under the name of "Helen Madel" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a married 22-year-old female born in Missouri as were both of her parents. She had been married at the age of 20.1 Helen Henrietta Houston and Thomas Edward Madel were divorced before 1935 at Missouri.3
Helen Henrietta Houston lived in 1935 4470 Greer Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.3
Helen Henrietta was a clerk at Woolworth's in 1935 at Missouri.3
It is possible that Helen remarried for at least a short time after her and Tom divorced. In December 1938 her name was changed to Helen Houston Juppier in the U.S. Social Security records. In 1944 she is again listed as Helen Houston Madel.4
Helen Henrietta was an assistant manager at Woolworth's in 1946 at Missouri.5
Helen Henrietta was a floor woman at Woolworth's in 1947 at Missouri.6
Helen died on September 23, 1991 in Sunset Hills, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 83. She was buried in 1991 in Camden, Camden County, Missouri, Helen had her ashes spread over the Lake of the Ozarks by Tom and Joan Madel because she enjoyed many fishing trips to the lake.

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920St. Louis, MissouriFrank Leslie Houston2
1930MissouriThomas Edward Madel1

Family

Thomas Edward Madel b. September 24, 1907, d. May 25, 1985
Child

Citations

  1. [S2310] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Madel household.
  2. [S2164] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Houston household.
  3. [S456] 1935 St. Louis City Directory, page 814.
  4. [S8843] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Ancestry.com (database online).
  5. [S459] 1946 St. Louis City Directory.
  6. [S518] 1947 St. Louis City Directory.

Thomas Allen Madel

M, #131, b. September 27, 1929, d. April 22, 2008
Father*Thomas Edward Madel b. September 24, 1907, d. May 25, 1985
Mother*Helen Henrietta Houston b. December 4, 1907, d. September 23, 1991
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Michael Head Descendents

Family History – see:

Thomas Allen Madel
Thomas Allen Madel
Thomas Allen Madel
     Thomas Allen Madel, son of Thomas Edward Madel and Helen Henrietta Houston, was born on September 27, 1929 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Thomas was a sponsor for Thomas David Berg's baptism in December, 1945 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Thomas attended high school at Mercy High School, St. Louis, Missouri, graduating circa 1947.
Thomas served circa 1950 in the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Lowrey A.F.B., Denver, Denver County, Colorado.
Thomas Allen Madel

Thomas Allen was a radar foreman with McDonnall-Douglas Aircraft between 1952 and 1985 at Hazelwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.
Thomas married Joan Marie Luttrell, daughter of J. E. Luttrell and Lillian May Boyd, on February 14, 1953 at Christian Boulevard Church, St. Louis, Missouri. ceremony was held at 10:00 a.m. at Kingshighway and Labadie. An open house followed at the brides residence, 4471 A St. Louis Ave., from 7 O'clock till -.2
Thomas died on April 22, 2008 at age 78.3
His obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on April 24, 2008.3 His obituary stated:
Madel, Thomas A. Tues., Apr. 22, 2008. Beloved husband of Joan Madel (nee Luttrell); dear father of Debra (Alan) Stonum, Karen Howe and Brian (Linda) Madel; dear grandfather of seven; and great-grandfather of seven; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Services: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, Fri., Apr. 25, 1:30 p.m. Interment J. B. National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the charity of your choice appreciated. Visitation Thurs., 4-9 p.m.
3

Thomas Allen's wake was held on April 24, 2008 at Kutis Affton Chapel, Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri.3 He was buried on April 25, 2008 in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri.3
His funeral service was held on April 25, 2008 at Kutis Affton Chapel, Missouri.3

Citations

  1. [S1178] Thomas D. Berg Baby Book.
  2. [S731] Wedding Invitation - Joan Marie Luttrell and Thomas Madel.
  3. [S6175] Thomas A. Madel Obituary, April 24, 2008.

Mary A. Murphy1

F, #132, b. September 20, 1913, d. June 22, 1995
Father*William H. Murphy1 b. 1872
Mother*Sarah R. Hillhouse1 b. September, 1876
Tom Madel and Mary Murphy Madel
     Mary A. Murphy, daughter of William H. Murphy and Sarah R. Hillhouse, was born on September 20, 1913 in Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.1
Mary A. Murphy lived Illinois.
She lived with her parents, Sarah and William, in 1920 at 401 St. Julian Street, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.2
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of William H. Murphy on the 1920 U. S. Census of Ward 2, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois. She was listed as a six-year-old female born in Illinois; her father was born in Illinois and her mother in Pennsylvania.2
Mary A. was a waitress in a confectionary in 1930.3
She lived with her parents, Sarah and William, in 1930 at 614 Main Street, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.3
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of William H. Murphy under the name of "Mary J. Murphy" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Ward 1, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois. She was listed as a 16-year-old woman brn in Illinois as was her father, her mother was born in Pennsylvania.3 Mary A. Murphy was described as 5' 6" tall, weighing 118 pounds on her War Ration Book.4
Mary A. Murphy lived in 1943 608 North 10th Street, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.4
During World War II Mary was issued a War Ration Book in Pekin, Illinois.44
Mary Murphy World War II Ration Book

Mary (her first marriage) marrried Thomas Edward Madel (his third marriage) , son of William Edward Madel and Ellen Agnes Head, on March 3, 1946 at Illinois.1
Mary died on June 22, 1995 in Illinois, at age 81.1
Her obituary was published in the Pekin Times Newspaper on June 23, 1995 at Illinois.1 Her obituary stated:
Pekin - Mary A. Madel, 81, of 722 Park Ave. died at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22, 1995, at Pekin Hospital. Born Sept. 20, 1913, in Pekin to William and Sarah Hillhouse Murphy, she married Thomas E. Madel on March 3, 1946, in Pekin. He died May 25, 1985. Several brothers and sisters also preceded her in death. Surviving are one niece and six nephews. She worked at Sears, Roebuck & Co. in St. Louis for several years, retiring in 1965. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. today at Abts Mortuary. The Rev. Timothy Nolan will officiate. Cremation will be accorded , and burial of remains will be in St. Joseph Cemetery
1

Her funeral service was held on June 23, 1995 at Abts Mortuary, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, Reverend Timothy Nolan of St. Joseph Catholic Church officiated.1 She was buried on June 23, 1995 in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois.1
She worked at Sears, Roebuck and Company in St. Louis, Missouri for several years, retiring in 1965.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1920Ward 2, Pekin, Tazewell County, IllinoisWilliam H. Murphy2
1930Ward 1, Pekin, Tazewell County, IllinoisWilliam H. Murphy3

Family

Thomas Edward Madel b. September 24, 1907, d. May 25, 1985

Citations

  1. [S713] Mary Madel Obituary, June 23, 1995.
  2. [S7240] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Murphy household.
  3. [S7239] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Murphy household.
  4. [S1625] Mary Murphy War Ration Book.

Thomas Healy1

M, #133, b. 1847, d. before 1905
Father*Thomas Healy b. from 1798 to 1802
Mother*Jane (?)2 b. 1816
Tom Healy
     Thomas Healy, son of Thomas Healy and Jane (?), was born in 1847 in Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland.3,1
Thomas married Lucy E. (?) circa 1878.1
Thomas was a bottler and brewer in 1880 at Fall River, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1
Lucy and Thomas Healy lived in 1880 at 308 South Main Street in Fall River, Bristol County, Massachusetts. Residing with them were..1
Thomas is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Massachusetts. He was identified as a married 33-year-old male born in Ireland as were his parents. Enumerated with him were: his wife Lucy E., his daughter Elizabeth, his nephew John Healy, his niece Mary A. Healy, his step-son Samuel Healy, his step-daughter Ellen Healy.1
Thomas died before 1905 in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts.3,4

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1880Fall River, Bristol County, MassachusettsThomas Healy1

Family

Lucy E. (?) b. November, 1847
Children

Citations

  1. [S7188] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Healy household.
  2. [S7189] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Thomas Healy household.
  3. [S928] Research Papers, Head and Schamberger families. Prepared by Thomas D. Berg and Marie E. Berg.
  4. [S7203] Fall River 1905 City Directory.

William Henri Mädel

M, #134, b. October 8, 1843, d. August 12, 1872
Father*Henry Mädel b. 1815, d. January 14, 1855
Mother*Anna Nagel b. 1815, d. before April, 1873
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents

Family History – see:

William Henri Madel
     His full name was Diederich Wilhelm Heinrich Madel.1 William Henri Mädel, son of Henry Mädel and Anna Nagel, was born on October 8, 1843 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2,3,1
He was enumerated with his parent Henry Mädel under the name of "Hy W Mädel" on the 1850 U. S. Census for Louisiana. He was listed as a six-year-old white male born in Louisiana.3
William served in 1861 in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, stationed at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. He served in the Louisiana Artillery, Hutton's Company (Crescent Arty., Co. A) as a corporal. This unit became the Seventh Louisiana field artillery in August, 1864, and Company E, siege train, army of the Trans-Mississippi at a later date. More research is necessary to determine if this 'H. Madel' is the correct William Henry or Henry William Madel
Organization: Organized at New Orleans on March 27, 1862. It served as part of the crew of the CSS Louisiana in April 1862. Captured upon the fall of New Orleans on April 28, 1862. Reorganized at Jackson, Mississippi in December 1862. In 1863 it frequently served aboard the various vessels serving on the Red River. It was serving as heavy artillery from January 1864. Most of the company was captured at Fort De Russy, March 14, 1864. The remainder was surrendered by General E. K. Smith, commanding Trans-Mississippi Department, on May 26, 1865.
First Commander: T. H. Hutton, CPT
Assignments: Department #1 [aboard the CSS Louisiana] (Mar-Apr 62); 4th Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Dec 62-Jan 63); Artillery, District of West Louisiana, Trans-Mississippi Department [frequently serving gunboat crews] (Feb 63-Sep 64); Siege Train, Trans-Mississippi Department (Sep 64-May 65)
Battles: New Orleans [aboard the CSS Louisiana] (April 18-25, 1862); Fort Taylor [capture of the USS Queen of the West] (February 14, 1863); Capture of the USS Indianola on the Mississippi River [aboard the CSS Webb] (February 24, 1863); Fort De Russy vs. USS Albatross [aboard the CSS Grand Duke] (May 4, 1863); Fort De Russy (March 14, 1864); Red River Campaign (May 10-22, 1864); Simsport [detachment] (June 8, 1864)
From Bergeron, La. Confed. Units, 28-29: "Organized in New Orleans on March 27, 1862, this company manned guns aboard the Confederate ironclad Louisiana. The men performed well during the engagements near Fort Jackson and Fort St. Philip in April, 1862. Following the scuttling of the Louisiana and the surrender of the forts, the men of the company became prisoners of war. The company reorganized at Jackson, Mississippi, in late December, 1862, and, armed with muskets, acted as a provost guard in that city for several weeks. In early 1863, the men reported for duty in western Louisiana and received orders to go to Fort DeRussy on the Red River. The company manned some of the fort's heavy guns during the engagement with and capture of the Federal ram Queen of the West on February 14, 1863. Placed aboard the cottonclad Webb, the men participated in the capture of the Federal ironclad Indianola on the Mississippi River on February 24. Major Joseph L. Brent, commander of the expedition that captured the Indianola, praised the men for their gallantry and skill and named Lieutenant Thomas H. Handy of the company as prize master. On May 4, the men worked the guns of the gunboat Grand Duke during an engagement with the Federal gunboat Albatross on the Red River near Fort DeRussy. Following the evacuation of that fort, the men moved to Shreveport and garrisoned Fort Boggs. They moved from there to Grand Ecore in August, 1863, and manned guns mounted overlooking the Red River. In early February, 1864, the men again found themselves at Fort DeRussy, manning the water battery there. They fought in the defense of the fort on March 14; 4 officers and 25 enlisted men became prisoners when the fort surrendered. The remnants of the company served heavy artillery in the Alexandria defenses in the fall of 1864 and winter of 1865. On November 19, the men were designated Company C, Siege Train Battalion. From then until the end of the war, they garrisoned Fort Buhlow near Pineville. Approximately 118 men served in the battery during the war."4
William married Margaret Reilly, daughter of Phillip Reilly and Mary Smith, on August 2, 1864 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 714 St. Ferdinand Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, 29.964972,-90.0489800, attendants included Helena Rebecca Madel. The ceremony was performed by Father Matthias Schifferer. The other two witnesses were George Brown and Mary Ann West.2,5,67
Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Margaret and William Henri Mädel lived in 1866 at 163 Rampart Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Residing with them was their child, Mary He was working as a barber.8
A newspaper article in The Times-Picayune Newspaper, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, dated September 25, 1866 reported List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office at New Orleans, and uncalled for the 24th of Sept., 1866.
Madel, W. H.9

William Henri was a barber on a riverboat circa 1867 at Louisiana.7
William Henri Madel

William Henri Mädel appeared on the 1869 poll tax roll in ward 2, page 43 of Louisiana.107
William Henri Madel

Margaret and William Henri Mädel lived in 1870 in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. Residing with them was their child, Mary.2
William is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ward 3, Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. He was identified as a 26-year-old white male born in Louisiana, both of his parents were foreign born, he was employed as a clerk in a store and could not read or write. Enumerated with him were:, his daughter Mary Ellen.2
William died on August 12, 1872 in Texas, at age 28 cause of death was "inflamation of the brain". He was buried on August 13, 1872 in Oakwood Cemetery in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, recorded in book 1 page 58, buried in block X which was originally the largest block in the cemetery and much of it was designated as "free ground." The cemetery is owned by the City of Jefferson.11
He was 28 years old at time of death. His wife Margaret Reilly, stated he worked on a riverboat between New Orleans and Jefferson, Texas.
He was listed in the New Orleans City Register in the following years:
     1866     Barber     163 Rampart St.
     1867     Barber     304 Dryoder St.
Marie Madel Berg often said that he owned a slave named "Buttercup."
Jefferson, Texas is in East Texas between Shreveport, Louisiana and Longview, Texas on the Big Cypress Bayou. The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, of which the Madel family was a member in 1870, is the oldest parish in the Dallas Diocese, started by Father Jean Marie Giraud in 1863.
In the late 1860's Jefferson was second only to Galveston as a shipping port in Texas. River transportation was available to New Orleans to the south and to the north on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.12,13,14,8
After his death his wife and children moved to St. Louis, Missouri. They moved to St Louis to be close to her brother, a Confederate veteran who was released from the Gratiot Street military prison there and had stayed in St. Louis.

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaHenry Mädel3
1870Ward 3, Jefferson, Marion County, TexasWilliam Henri Mädel2

Research Note

     Research Note
The two basic Madel families in New Orleans in the 1850s:
Henry and Anna Nagel Madel. Henry was born in 1815 in either Germany or New Orleans.
The second family consisted of a brother and sister, Magdalena (1832) and Henry H. Madel (1831).
There seems to be some simularity and pattern in the names of their children.
Henry and Anna Madel had Helena, William Henri, Augusta and Johanns.
Magdalena Madel Langhoff had William and August.
Henry H. Madel had Henry, Helena and William.
George (Jurgen) Bey was a witness to the naturalization of George Chavigny in 1868. George Chavigny's wife, Helena Rebecca Madel, was the sister of William H. Madel. George Bey married Magdalena Madel Langhoff about 10 years after the naturalization.
In 1880 Anna Nagel Madel's son by her second marriage, Henry Schipmann, was living with Jurgon Bey and Lena Madel Bey and next to Jno. Langhoff (not yet identified.)
This indicates that there is some relationwhip between the Madel families in New Orleans in the mid-1800s.15,16,17
Research Note
Could Mary Ann West, a witness to their wedding, be Margaret's sister?6
Research Note
Based on the Michael James Reilly family research, Michael was the brother of Margaret Reilly, the wife of William Edward Madel. This is the result of research performed about in the 1970's and appears to be well founded.
Other supporting items:
Mary Ellen Madel, daughter of William Madel and Margareit Reilly was the sponsor for the baptism of Ann Maria Reilly, the daughter of Michael James Reilly in 1878.
Michael James Reilly and Margaret Reilly Madel both lived on Penrose Avenue in 1880.
Michael James Reilly was released from the Gratiot Street prison in St. Louis after the Civil War and stayed in St. Louis. This could be the reason Margaret and her children moved to St. Louis after her husband, William H. Madel died in 1872 in Jefferson, Texas.
A recent DNA match on Ancestry.com gave a 99% probablility of a match between the two lines.

Family

Margaret Reilly b. December 25, 1847, d. August 28, 1920
Children

Citations

  1. [S2304] Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management and History State of Louisiana.
  2. [S135] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Meidel household.
  3. [S174] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Henry Madel household.
  4. [S919] Janet B. Hewett, Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1866 Volume X, page 117.
  5. [S7729] Louisiana Marriages, 1816-1906, FamilySearch Labs (database online).
  6. [S7726] Virginia Reilly e-mails to Robert Berg concerning Reilly Genealogy.
  7. [S8486] Berg Family Photo Albums and Collection, Bob & Linda Berg.
  8. [S926] Research Papers, Madel and Head families. Prepared by Marie Madel Berg.
  9. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "List of Letters", September 25, 1866, page 7.
  10. [S663] Judy Riffel, Richalyn Davis and Barbara Strickland, Orleans Parish Poll Tax Rolls 1869-1870, page 150.
  11. [S658] Martha McCraw Chapter, Cemetery Records of Marion County, Texas, page 228 Burial Records of Oakwood Cemetery on file in the office of the City Secretary, Jefferson Texas.
  12. [S440] Fred Tarpley, Jefferson: Riverport to the Southwest.
  13. [S659] Mrs. Arch McKay and Mrs. H. A. Spellings, A History of Jefferson, Marion County, Texas.
  14. [S920] Joe Tom Davis, Historic Towns of Texas II.
  15. [S7375] U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 (Indexed in World Archives Project), Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  16. [S7755] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Rebecca Chavigny household.
  17. [S8244] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Jurgen Bey household.

Margaret Reilly

F, #135, b. December 25, 1847, d. August 28, 1920
Father*Phillip Reilly1 b. circa 1818
Mother*Mary Smith b. 1830, d. August 17, 1890
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
Margaret Reilly Madel
     Research by the great-aunts of Virginia Reilly states: "Michael and Margaret immigrated from County Cavan, Ireland to New Orlenas in the 1840's with their parents Phillip and Mary Smith Reilly. Margaret married a man named Madel(l) and said thave two sons, William and Michael.
Michael and Margaret also had a brother named Bernard. Mary Ellen Madel was the godmother for Michael's grand-daughter, Ann Maria Reilly (Mary Meddel.)2,3" At various times she was also known as Meddell, Madill, Medell and Maddel. Many of these spellings probably came from her strong New Orleans and Irish accents being misunderstood by census takers, etc.4,5
Research by the descendents of Michael Reilly indicate his name was Phillip Reilly and wife was Mary Smith. My source is from the log of residents at the Little Sisters of the Poor in St. Louis. This information probably was given to the nuns by either Margaret or her son, William Madel. Could possibly have been James Phillip or Phillip James Reilly. Wife could have been Bridget Alice or Alice Bridget Smith. Margaret Reilly, daughter of Phillip Reilly and Mary Smith, was born on December 25, 1847 on the ship from Ireland.6,7,1 Conflicting evidence placed her birth between 1846 and 1848 (1870 and 1920 census and records of the Little Sisters of the Poor) or in 1849 (1860 census) or in 1857, she was listed as 63-years-old on her death certificate.8,7,9,1,5 Conflicting evidence placed her birth in 1850/51 on the ship from Ireland (Ship List Ship William Nelson.)10
Margaret Reilly immigrated in 1848 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.9
Margaret immigrated along with Phillip Reilly and Mary Smith in 1851 at Louisiana, traveling on the Ship William Nelson.10

There are two 1860 Census entries in New Orleans, either of which may be the correct family:
Phillip and Mary Reilly. Daughter Ann about correct age. No son Michael. Children are Ann (12), James (7), Catherine (5), Philip (1) and Nathan (1)
James and Bridget Reilly: Daughter Dolle about correct age. No son Michael. Children are Dolle (11), Mary Ann (6) and Patrick ((3)
Michael would have been about 18 and could have been living somewhere else or married.1,11 As of 1860, her nickname was "Dolle."1
Margaret married William Henri Mädel, son of Henry Mädel and Anna Nagel, on August 2, 1864 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 714 St. Ferdinand Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, 29.964972,-90.0489800, attendants included Helena Rebecca Madel. The ceremony was performed by Father Matthias Schifferer. The other two witnesses were George Brown and Mary Ann West.8,12,2
Margaret and William Henri Mädel lived in 1866 at 163 Rampart Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Residing with them was their child, Mary He was working as a barber.13
Margaret and William Henri Mädel lived in 1870 in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. Residing with them was their child, Mary.8
Margaret was enumerated with her husband, William Henri Mädel under the name of "Margaret Madel" on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ward 3, Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. She was listed as a 24-year-old white female born in Ireland, both of her parents were foreign born.8 Her husband, William, died on August 12, 1872 at age 28; cause of death was "inflamation of the brain." Margaret Reilly moved in 1875 after death of her husband from Jefferson, Texas to St. Louis, Missouri. Moving with Margaret were her children William Edward Madel and Mary Ellen Madel. I haven't found any reason why the family moved to St. Louis rather than back to New Orleans where they probably still had family. One possible reason is the unsettled conditions in the south after the Civil War made life in the north appear more attractive. There is no evidence of any family either on the Madel or Reilly side in St. Louis prior to their moving.7 Margaret Reilly and Michael James Reilly were shown as neighbors on the 1880 U.S. census; 2614 and 2810 Penrose.14
Margaret lived in June, 1880 at 2810 Penrose Street in St. Louis, Missouri, residing with her were, her children Mary and William.15
Margaret is a head of household, under the name of "Margaret Madill", on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was identified as a 34-year-old widowed white female born in Ireland as were both of her parents and was doing washing and ironing in her home at 2819 Penrose Avenue, St. Louis. (First Enumeration). Enumerated with her were:, her son William Edward, her daughter Mary Ellen.15
Margaret lived from November, 1880 to 1883 at 2829 Penrose Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, residing with her were.4,16
Margaret is a head of household, under the name of "Margaret Meddell", on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was identified as a 39-year-old widowed white female born in Ireland as were both of her parents and was doing washing and ironing in her home at 2829 Penrose Avenue, St. Louis. This was a corrected, second enumeration as the origianal census had many errors. In the first enumeration she was listed at 2810 Penrose and was 32-years-old (Second Enumeration). Enumerated with her were:, her son William Edward, her daughter Mary Ellen.4
Margaret lived with her child, William Edward Madel, in 1890 at 2814 Wells Street in St. Louis, Missouri.17
Margaret was enumerated as the mother of William Edward Madel under the name of "Margaret Maddell" on the 1900 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a widowed 52-year-old white female born at sea in December 1849 who could not read or write. She is listed a having one child and one still living, she actually had two children, one still living.6
Margaret lived with her child, William Edward Madel, in 1900 at 5703 Cote Brilliante Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.6
Margaret Reilly lived in 1902 5739 Theodosia Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.18
Margaret Reilly lived in 1904 2605 Gamble, St. Louis, Missouri.19
Margaret is a head of household, under the name of "Margaret Medell", on the 1910 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was identified as a widowed 54-year-old white female born in Ireland. She is listed as having had six children only one of whom was still living. The one living would be her son, William, however evidence only exists for one other child, a daughter Mary Ellen who was deceased. Margaret was listed as immigrating to the United States in 1860. she rented a house at 2308 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri.20 She lived from February 5, 1912 to August 30, 1920 at 2209 Hebert Street, St. Louis, Missouri, Home For The Aged, Little Sisters of The Poor. She entered the home in 1912 and lived their until her death in 1920.7,9,21,22
The records of the Little Sister of the Poor identify her as:

Name:          Maddel Margaret
Profession:          Menagére
Where Born:          Co. Caven, Ireland
Date of Birth:          25 Dec 1847
Widow of:          Veuve de William Maddel
Parents names:          James Reily A Agnes
Date of Admission:          5 Ferrier 1912
Date of Death:          28 Arut 1920
Observations:          43 aus a St. Louis
               64.7
Margaret is a head of household, under the name of "Margaret Maddel", on the 1920 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was identified as a widowed 72-year-old white female born in Ireland. She immigrated to the United States in 1848 and was residing in the Home for the Aged of the Little Sisters of the Poor at 2209 Hebert Street, St. Louis, Missouri.9
Margaret was laundry helper in 1920 at Home for the Aged, Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Louis, Missouri.9
Margaret died on August 28, 1920 at 2209 Hebert Street in Missouri, at age 72 in ward 20-B at 12 P.M. attended by Doctor Edward Evars, attested by Sister Marie of the Little Sisters of the Poor. Cause of death was listed as 'Chr. ulceration of intestine by Dysentery'.23,24,25
Her obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on August 29, 1920.25 Her obituary stated:
Madel - On Saturday, Aug. 28, 1920 at 12:00 p. m. Margaret Madel (nee Rillie), beloved mother of William Madel and our dear grandmother. Funeral will take place from the Home of the Aged, 2209 Hebert street, on Monday Aug. 30 at 1:30 p. m. Interment in Calvary Cemetery. Funeral private. (c)
25

Her funeral service was held on August 30, 1920 at Home for the Aged, St. Louis, Missouri, at 2209 Hebert St. at 1:30 p.m.26
The undertaker who handled her arrangements was Donnally Funeral Home at 2139 Washington Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. She was buried on August 30, 1920 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot 000N, grave 620, depth R1.27,5,25

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870Ward 3, Jefferson, Marion County, TexasWilliam Henri Mädel8
1880St. Louis, MissouriMargaret Reilly15
1880MissouriMargaret Reilly4
1900MissouriWilliam Edward Madel6
1910MissouriMargaret Reilly20
1920MissouriMargaret Reilly9

Research Note

     Research Note
Based on the Michael James Reilly family research, Michael was the brother of Margaret Reilly, the wife of William Edward Madel. This is the result of research performed about in the 1970's and appears to be well founded.
Other supporting items:
Mary Ellen Madel, daughter of William Madel and Margareit Reilly was the sponsor for the baptism of Ann Maria Reilly, the daughter of Michael James Reilly in 1878.
Michael James Reilly and Margaret Reilly Madel both lived on Penrose Avenue in 1880.
Michael James Reilly was released from the Gratiot Street prison in St. Louis after the Civil War and stayed in St. Louis. This could be the reason Margaret and her children moved to St. Louis after her husband, William H. Madel died in 1872 in Jefferson, Texas.
A recent DNA match on Ancestry.com gave a 99% probablility of a match between the two lines.

Family

William Henri Mädel b. October 8, 1843, d. August 12, 1872
Children

Citations

  1. [S288] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Patrick Coulahan household.
  2. [S7726] Virginia Reilly e-mails to Robert Berg concerning Reilly Genealogy.
  3. [S7727] Virginia Reilly (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "ReillyMasterFile_2011-11-03" uploaded November 3, 2011,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on May 11, 2012. Information appears to be well documented and subsequent research confirms most facts. Some of the information is derived from knowledge of relatives living at the time of the events.
  4. [S136] 1880 (Second Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Meddell household.
  5. [S218] Margaret Reilly Madel Certificate of Death.
  6. [S137] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Meddall household.
  7. [S233] Margaret Madel Record, Little Sisters of the Poor.
  8. [S135] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Meidel household.
  9. [S139] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Maddel household.
  10. [S7734] Ship William Nelson passenger list, March 18, 1851.
  11. [S7737] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Philip Reilly household.
  12. [S7729] Louisiana Marriages, 1816-1906, FamilySearch Labs (database online).
  13. [S926] Research Papers, Madel and Head families. Prepared by Marie Madel Berg.
  14. [S7739] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), James Reilly household.
  15. [S3106] 1880 (First Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Madill household.
  16. [S496] 1883 St. Louis City Directory, page 721.
  17. [S1420] Mary Ellen Whalen entry, Coroner's Inquest, St. Louis, January 31, 1890.
  18. [S197] 1902 St. Louis City Directory, page 1319.
  19. [S451] 1904 St. Louis City Directory, page 1344.
  20. [S191] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Medell household.
  21. [S193] 1916 St. Louis City Directory.
  22. [S201] 1914 St. Louis City Directory.
  23. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, Evidence is conclusive on death date but contradictory on birth date.
  24. [S218] Margaret Reilly Madel Certificate of Death, Evidence is conclusive on death date but contradictory on birth date.
  25. [S719] Margaret Reilly Madel Obituary, August 29, 1920.
  26. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  27. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records, interment report 5/31/1988, page 2818.

Mary Ellen Madel1

F, #136, b. 1865, d. January 30, 1890
Father*William Henri Mädel b. October 8, 1843, d. August 12, 1872
Mother*Margaret Reilly b. December 25, 1847, d. August 28, 1920
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents

Family History – see:

Mary Ellen Madel Whalen
     Mary Ellen Madel, daughter of William Henri Mädel and Margaret Reilly, was born in 1865 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1,2,3
She lived with her parents, Margaret and William, in 1866 at 163 Rampart Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, He was working as a barber.4
She lived with her parents, Margaret and William, in 1870 at Jefferson, Marion County, Texas.1
Mary was enumerated with her parent William Henri Mädel on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ward 3, Jefferson, Marion County, Texas. She was listed as a five-year-old white female born in Louisiana.1
Mary moved along with Margaret Reilly in 1875 from Jefferson, Texas to St. Louis, Missouri. After death of her husband.5 Mary Ellen Madel became the godmother at Ann Maria Reilly's christening circa April, 1878 at St. Theresa of Avila Church, St. Louis, Missouri.6
Mary lived with her parent, Margaret, in June, 1880 at 2810 Penrose Street in St. Louis, Missouri.7
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Margaret Reilly under the name of "Mary E. Madill" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 15-year-old single white female born in Louisiana, she could read and write and did not attend school during the year (First Enumeration.)7
Mary lived with Margaret Reilly from November, 1880 to 1883 at 2829 Penrose Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.8,9
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Margaret Reilly on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. She was listed as a 15-year-old single white female born in Louisiana, she could read and write and did not attend school during the year (Second Enumeration.)8
Mary married James William Whalen, son of James Whalen, circa 1885 at Missouri.
     As of 1887, Mary Ellen Madel lived at 2127 Biddle Street in St. Louis, Missouri, 38.639755, -90.205252.
Mary Ellen Madel and James William Whalen lived in 1887 2127 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri.
Mary lived with her brother, William Edward Madel, in 1890 at 2814 Wells Street in St. Louis, Missouri.10
Mary died on January 30, 1890 in Missouri, she died of a heart attack at Gamble and Leffingwell. Death register of the City of St. Louis listed her as "married, housewife, nativity in New Orleans, lived in 24th ward, doctor was Dr. John H. Meier, burial in Calvary Cemetery, funeral director was Cullinane Brothers. 24 Years old.".11,2,12,3,13 A coroner's inquest was held on January 31, 1890 at Missouri, the cause of death was determined to be a heart attack. E. M. Sautee, assistant in the Dispensary of the Hoemopathic Medical College of Missouri at Jefferson Avenue and Howard Street testified that she had been seen at the dispensary the Monday before her death complaining of acute Gastritis and vomiting. She seemed to be greatly relieved after taking medicine. He also prescribed for her two children who had Scarlet Fever. Her body was discovered by Officer John Quigley of the Third District Sub Station at about 2 p.m. on the sidewalk near Gamble and Leffingwell Avenue and the body was moved by Patrol Wagon to the dispensary. Her brother, William Madel stated he lived at 2814 Wills Street, same as deceased. He stated "she was born in New Orleans and frequently complained of violent pains in the head and vomiting and was troubled a great deal with her heart. Her husband has deserted her and I don't know where he is."1014
Corner of Gamble and Leffingwill
(For further information see Full Text of Coroner's Report.)

Her funeral service was held on February 1, 1890 at Cullinane Brothers Funeral Home, St. Louis, Missouri.3 She was buried on February 1, 1890 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot 000B, grave 365, depth R1.15

Research Note

     Research Note
Based on the Michael James Reilly family research, Michael was the brother of Margaret Reilly, the wife of William Edward Madel. This is the result of research performed about in the 1970's and appears to be well founded.
Other supporting items:
Mary Ellen Madel, daughter of William Madel and Margareit Reilly was the sponsor for the baptism of Ann Maria Reilly, the daughter of Michael James Reilly in 1878.
Michael James Reilly and Margaret Reilly Madel both lived on Penrose Avenue in 1880.
Michael James Reilly was released from the Gratiot Street prison in St. Louis after the Civil War and stayed in St. Louis. This could be the reason Margaret and her children moved to St. Louis after her husband, William H. Madel died in 1872 in Jefferson, Texas.
A recent DNA match on Ancestry.com gave a 99% probablility of a match between the two lines.

Family

James William Whalen
Children

Citations

  1. [S135] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Meidel household.
  2. [S283] Division of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics, Death Records, St. Louis.
  3. [S679] Mary Ellen Whelan Death Registration.
  4. [S926] Research Papers, Madel and Head families. Prepared by Marie Madel Berg.
  5. [S233] Margaret Madel Record, Little Sisters of the Poor.
  6. [S7727] Virginia Reilly (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "ReillyMasterFile_2011-11-03" uploaded November 3, 2011,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on May 11, 2012. Information appears to be well documented and subsequent research confirms most facts. Some of the information is derived from knowledge of relatives living at the time of the events.
  7. [S3106] 1880 (First Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Madill household.
  8. [S136] 1880 (Second Enumeration) U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Margaret Meddell household.
  9. [S496] 1883 St. Louis City Directory, page 721.
  10. [S1420] Mary Ellen Whalen entry, Coroner's Inquest, St. Louis, January 31, 1890.
  11. [S6132] Missouri Death Records, 1834-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  12. [S285] Mary Ellen Whalen Death Certificate.
  13. [S3] St Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908, Ancestry.com (database online), 2001.
  14. [S4623] Photo taken by Robert H. Berg.
  15. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.

James William Whalen1

M, #137
Father*James Whalen2
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents
     James William Whalen lived in 1882 1432 North 26th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.3
James William was a huckster in 1882 at St. Louis, Missouri.3
James William was a peddler in 1883 at Missouri.4
James William Whalen lived in 1883 1439 North 26th Street, St. Louis, Missouri.4
James married Mary Ellen Madel, daughter of William Henri Mädel and Margaret Reilly, circa 1885 at Missouri.
James William Whalen lived in 1885 1433 North 22nd Street, St. Louis, Missouri.2
James William was a peddler in 1885 at Missouri.2
James William was peddler or huckster from 1886 to 1891 at 2127 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri.2,5,6,7,8
James William Whalen and Mary Ellen Madel lived in 1887 2127 Biddle Street, Missouri.
James William Whalen lived in 1912 1571 Valle Avenue, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri.9 As of 1912, James William Whalen was identified as James on his son's death certificate.9
James William Whalen lived 1886 to 1891 2127 Biddle Street, Missouri.2,5,6,10,8

Family

Mary Ellen Madel b. 1865, d. January 30, 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S6035] Missouri Birth Records 1805-1980, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, James Whalen.
  2. [S370] 1885-1886 St. Louis City Directory, page 1229.
  3. [S495] 1882 St. Louis City Directory, page 1211.
  4. [S496] 1883 St. Louis City Directory, page 1159.
  5. [S371] 1886 -1887 St. Louis City Directory, page 1251.
  6. [S372] 1887-1888 St. Louis City Directory, page 1260.
  7. [S373] 1889 St. Louis City Directory, pge 1336.
  8. [S374] 1890-1891 St. Louis City Directory, page 1392.
  9. [S628] William J. Whelan Death Certificate.
  10. [S373] 1889 St. Louis City Directory, page 1346.

James Whalen

M, #138, b. August 20, 1886, d. May 10, 1893
Father*James William Whalen
Mother*Mary Ellen Madel b. 1865, d. January 30, 1890
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents

Family History – see:

     James Whalen, son of James William Whalen and Mary Ellen Madel, was born on August 20, 1886 in 2030 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri.1,2
He lived with his uncle, William Edward Madel, in 1890 at 2814 Wells Street in St. Louis, Missouri.3
James died on May 10, 1893 at Lamdin Avenue and Labadie Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 6 according to the Death Register of the City of St. Louis the cause of death was a drowning accident, nativity was St. Louis, doctor was Dr. Jno Frank coroner, resided in the 26th Ward.4,5,6,7
The undertaker who handled his arrangements was Cullinane Brothers. He was buried on December 5, 1893 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot 000B, grave 365, depth R02.1,5

Citations

  1. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.
  2. [S6035] Missouri Birth Records 1805-1980, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, James Whalen.
  3. [S1420] Mary Ellen Whalen entry, Coroner's Inquest, St. Louis, January 31, 1890.
  4. [S283] Division of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics, Death Records, St. Louis.
  5. [S6132] Missouri Death Records, 1834-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  6. [S680] James Whalen Death Certificate.
  7. [S3] St Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908, Ancestry.com (database online), 2001.

William J. Whalen

M, #139, b. February 11, 1888, d. October 12, 1912
Father*James William Whalen
Mother*Mary Ellen Madel b. 1865, d. January 30, 1890
ChartsHenry Madel Descendents

Family History – see:

William J. Whalen
     William J. Whalen, son of James William Whalen and Mary Ellen Madel, was born on February 11, 1888 in 2127 Biddle Street, St. Louis, Missouri, father was William, mother was Mary.1,2 Conflicting evidence placed his birth on September 1, 1999 (death certificate.)3
He lived with his uncle, William Edward Madel, in 1890 at 2814 Wells Street in St. Louis, Missouri.4
William was enumerated as the nephew of William Edward Madel under the name of "William Whelan" on the 1900 U. S. Census of St. Louis, Missouri. He was listed as an 11-year-old white male born in Missouri in September 1888. He could read and write and had attended school for nine months during the year.5
He lived with his uncle, William Edward Madel, in 1900 at 5703 Cote Brilliante Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.5
He lived with his uncle, William Edward Madel and aunt, Ellen, from 1907 to 1910 at 6319 Audrey in St. Louis, Missouri.6,7
William J. Whalen lived in 1908 1017 Hickory, St. Louis, Missouri.8
William J. was a porter in 1908 at Missouri.8
William was enumerated as the nephew of William Edward Madel under the name of "William Whalen" on the 1910 U. S. Census of Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was listed as a single white male 21 years old born in Missouri. Both his parents were listed as born in Missouri however his mother was actually born in Louisiana. He was paperhanger probably working for his uncle, Wiliam Madel, with whom he was living.6
William J. was a shoemaker in 1912 at Missouri.3
William died on October 12, 1912 at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 24 the cause of death was peritonitis caused by appendicitis, he died at 3 p.m. after an illness of about 2 weeks..3,1,9,10
His obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on October 13, 1912.9 His obituary stated:
Entered into rest, after a short illness, Saturday, Oct. 12, 1912 at 2:30 p.m., William Whelan, dear nephew of William Whelan and grandson of Margaret Madel (nee Head), at the age of 23 years 1 month and 12 days. Funeral from residence of his uncle, William Madel, 1571 Valley avenue, Wellston, Monday, Oct. 14, at 8:30 a. m. to Notre Dame Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery (c)
9

His funeral service was held on October 14, 1912 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Wellston, St. Louis County, Missouri, from the home of his uncle, William Madel, 1571 Valle Ave., Wellston at 8:30 a.m. He was brought to the church from St. Luke's Hospital and an afternoon funeral was performed by Fr. Ungent. According to church records, payment was never received for the funeral service.9,11
The undertaker who handled his arrangements was Joseph W. Clark, at 1485 Hodiamont Avenue in Welston, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was buried on October 14, 1912 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 5, lot B, grave 883.3,9,12

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900St. Louis, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel5
1910Wellston, St. Louis County, MissouriWilliam Edward Madel6

Citations

  1. [S676] William Whalen, Registry of Births - City of St. Louis February 1888 1305 (February 11, 1888).
  2. [S6035] Missouri Birth Records 1805-1980, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, William Whalen.
  3. [S628] William J. Whelan Death Certificate.
  4. [S1420] Mary Ellen Whalen entry, Coroner's Inquest, St. Louis, January 31, 1890.
  5. [S137] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Meddall household.
  6. [S138] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William Madel household.
  7. [S1519] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Baptism Records Notre Dame 1902-1930.
  8. [S470] 1908 St. Louis City Directory, page 1963.
  9. [S726] William J. Whelan Obituary, October 13, 1912.
  10. [S734] Funeral Card for William Whelan.
  11. [S738] Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church, Death Records Notre Dame 1917-1929, page 3.
  12. [S15] Calvary Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery Burial Records.

Catherine (?)

F, #140
     Catherine married Ernhardt Frese, son of (?) Frese, circa 1858 at Hannover, Region Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. as all of their children were born in Hanover that is likely to be where they were married.1
Catherine was enumerated with her husband, Ernhardt Frese under the name of "Catherine Frese" on the 1870 U. S. Census for Township 3 North, Range 8 West, Madison County, Illinois. She was listed as a 46-year-old white female born in Hanover and was a housekeeper.1

Family

Ernhardt Frese
Children

Citations

  1. [S1189] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Ernhardt Frese household.

Herman Henry Rosemann1

M, #141, b. October 14, 1793, d. January 11, 1866
     Herman Henry Rosemann was born on October 14, 1793 in Osnabrück, Kreisfreie Stadt Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany.2,1
Herman Henry Rosemann lived on August 21, 1803 Niedersachsen, on a farm.
Herman married Anna Gertrude Vogelsang circa 1825 at Niedersachsen. Herman Henry Rosemann emigrated on September 18, 1848 from Niedersachsen. Traveling with Herman were Catherina Rosemann, Anna Gertrude Vogelsang, David John Rosemann and Francis Henry "Frank" Rosemann. The location traveling to was indicated as by ship.1,3
Herman Henry Rosemann immigrated on November 20, 1848 to Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.4,1
Herman Henry Rosemann received a land grant, issued under the April 24, 1920 Cash Entry Sale (3 Stat. 566). Document Nr. 16099, Franklin County on June 1, 1849 at St. Louis Land Office, St. Louis, Missouri. The land was described as 40 acres near Geyer Road located in the North Wast Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section Twenty Four in Township Forty Three of Range Two West in the district of lands subject to sale at St.Louis, Missouri.5
Herman is a head of household on the 1850 U. S. Census for District 52, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was identified as a 56-year-old white male born in Germany and a farmer with real estate owned valued at $2,000.00. Enumerated with him were:, his sons David John and Francis Henry, his daughter Mary Ann.2 Herman Henry Rosemann was naturalized on September 16, 1852 at the C. C. C. C. in St. Louis, Missouri.6
In 1860 Herman Henry Rosemann farmed at Central Township in St. Louis County, Missouri.7
Anna and Herman Henry Rosemann lived in 1860 at Central Township in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Francis, David and Mary..7
Herman is a head of household, under the name of "Hurman H. Roseman", on the 1860 U. S. Census for Central Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 67-year-old man born in Germany. He owned real estate valued at $9,000.00 and personal property valued at $133.00. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Francis Henry and David John, his daughter Mary Ann.7
Herman was a sponsor for Ann Mary Niemzes's baptism on June 18, 1862 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.8
He left a will signed January 31, 1863 at an unknown place , an unknown place ., in which beneficiaries were Andreas Schamberger, Catherina Rosemann, David John Rosemann, Mary Ann Rosemann and Anna Gertrude Vogelsang. filed February 14, 1866. Edward Schocke, John Martin, Charles Waltenspiel, Rudolph Waltenspiel, Henry Menke and John Haushalter were witnesses.9
     
Herman witnessed the baptism of Frederick Herman Berg on December 11, 1865 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.10 Herman Henry Rosemann died on January 11, 1866 at an unknown place , an unknown place ., at age 72. He was gored by a bull on his farm.11 He was buried on January 13, 1866 in St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.12,13,14 He is burried in section 1, row 20, lots 1 & 2NH, grave 1, the Bernard Roseman plot.
The probate of his estate was filed, an inventory was taken on May 10, 1866 at Probate Court, Clayton, St. Louis County, Missouri. The appriasers were George Greb, Henry Fremann and Henry Meneke.9
Theresa Schamberger Rosemann, Catherine Rosemann Berg, Herman Henry Rosemann, Otto Berg, Anna Vogelsang Rosemann, David Rosemann & Josephine Martha Rosemann Tombstone
The inventory of the estate included:
1 red cow     $18.00
2 white and red cow     15.00
1 mully brindle cow     10.00
1 mully brindle heifer     10.00
1 red heifer     7.00
1 white calf     7.00
1 bull     7.00
1 steer 1 year old     5.00
1 sorrel mare     100.00
1 sorrel mule     125.00
1 crippled mare and colt     10.00
1 sorrel colt 3 years old     60.00
1 sorrel colt 1 year old     20.00
1 sow and 5 pigs     8.00
1 sow and 5 pigs     6.00
1 old spring wagon     30.00
1 two horse wagon     35.00
1 old hay frame     2.00
1 old rock away     40.00
1 old wooden harrow     .25
1 old harrow     1.50
1 Balls mower & reaper     75.00
1 grain cradle     1.00
1 cultivator     2.00
1 brush scythe     .50
1 old cross cut saw     .15
6 garden hoes     1.50
3 shovels, 1 spade     1.00
1 cidermill and press     15.00
1 cutting box     12.00
1 old ditteo     .25
1 mowing blade and snath (?)     .50
1 one horse plow     2.00
1 old two horse plow     2.00
1 two horse plow     5.00
1 old two horse plow     1.50
1 shovel plow     1.00
1 old hayrake     .50
1 grain fan     5.00
2 doubletrees     2.00
1 log chain     .75
1 mowing blade and snath     .50
6 old hayforks     2.00
1 corncob mill     5.00
1 grindstone     3.00
5000 lb of hay     30.00
1 ladder     .75
1000 bundles of oats     12.00
50 bushels of corn     15.00
100 lb tobacco     5.00
1 set of buggy harness     3.00
1 pair of wagon harness     10.00
2 handsaws     .50
3 chisels, 1 spokeshave     .50
3 augers, 1 brace, 4 bits     1.50
3 squares, 1 rasp, 12 drawing knife     .25
1 broadaxe     .75
1 sledgehammer, 1 drill     1.00
2 grubbing hoes, 1 pick     2.00
1 vice, 1 hand axe, 1 hammer     1.50
1 sadde & bridle     6.00
1 key knife     .50
1 double barreled shotgun     4.00
1 grani shovel     1.00
1 plough     5.00
     ________
Total     770.15.9
Herman Henry Rosemann appeared on the U.S. IRS Tax Assessment List for 1963 of District 1, Missouri. The tax covered a carriage and one horse. The taxable items were valued at $75.00. The tax amount was $2.00.15

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850District 52, St. Louis County, MissouriHerman Henry Rosemann2
1860Central Township, St. Louis County, MissouriHerman Henry Rosemann7

Family

Anna Gertrude Vogelsang b. August 21, 1802, d. January 20, 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S2] Helen Deutschman, Deutschman Diefenbach.
  2. [S308] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Harman H. Roseman household.
  3. [S2827] Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500-1900s, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  4. [S1089] Sesquicentenial Book Committee, St. Peter's Catholic Church 150 Years Growing . . . Together.
  5. [S427] Internet Site: Patent MO0840.376United States Land Office Records 1796-1907).
  6. [S4648] Hermann Roseman, Naturalization Records, 1816 - 1955.
  7. [S2988] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Hurman P. C. Roseman household.
  8. [S1463] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Baptism Book One.
  9. [S1416] Hermann Henry Rosemann Probate File.
  10. [S1464] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Baptism Book Two.
  11. [S7409] Arbcad (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Rosemann Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on August 16, 2011.
  12. [S32] St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery Burial Records.
  13. [S1476] St. Peter Cemetery, St. Peter Cemetery Lot Purchase and Record Card, Bernard H. Rosemann Plot.
  14. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).
  15. [S8023] Hermn Rosemann 1863 Tax Assessment, Missouri.
  16. [S7403] Cahterine Berg-Knierim Death Certificate.

Anna Gertrude Vogelsang1

F, #142, b. August 21, 1802, d. January 20, 1888
Gertrude Vogelsang Deutschmann
     She was normally known as Gertrude.2,3 Anna Gertrude Vogelsang was also known as Catherine Maria.1 Anna Gertrude Vogelsang was born on August 21, 1802 in Osnabrück, Kreisfreie Stadt Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany.4 Conflicting evidence placed her birth in 1799 (cemetery lot card) or in 1807 (1870 census.)5,6
Anna married Herman Henry Rosemann circa 1825 at Niedersachsen. Anna emigrated with Herman Henry Rosemann on September 18, 1848 from Niedersachsen. The location traveling to was indicated as by ship.2,7
Anna Gertrude Vogelsang immigrated on November 20, 1848 to Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.
Anna was enumerated with her husband, Herman Henry Rosemann under the name of "Gertrude Roseman" on the 1850 U. S. Census for District 52, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a 48-year-old white female born in Germany.4
Anna and Herman Henry Rosemann lived in 1860 at Central Township in St. Louis County, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Francis, David and Mary..8
Anna was enumerated with her husband, Herman Henry Rosemann under the name of "Gertrude Roseman" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Central Township, Missouri. She was listed as a 57-year-old woman born in Germany.8
Anna was a sponsor for Ann Mary Niemzes's baptism on June 18, 1862 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.3 Anna Gertrude Vogelsang was named a beneficiary in the will of Herman Henry Rosemann on January 31, 1863.9 Her husband, Herman, died on January 11, 1866 at age 72; He was gored by a bull on his farm.10
An unknown person was enumerated as the mother-in-law s Andreas Schamberger under the name of "Anna Roseman" on the 1870 U. S. Census for Bonhomme Township, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a 63-year-old white female born in Hanover, both of her parents were foreign born.6
She lived with her son, David John Rosemann and daughter-in-law, Maria, in 1880 at Central Township in Missouri.11
Anna was enumerated as the mother of David John Rosemann under the name of "Gertrude Roseman" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Central Township, Missouri. She was listed as a 76-year-old widow born in Germany.11
Anna died on January 20, 1888 in an unknown place , an unknown place ., at age 85. She was buried on January 22, 1888 in St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, in the Bernard H. Roseman plot, lot N, 1 and 2, block 20, section 1.12,5
Theresa Schamberger Rosemann, Catherine Rosemann Berg, Herman Henry Rosemann, Otto Berg, Anna Vogelsang Rosemann, David Rosemann & Josephine Martha Rosemann Tombstone

Family

Herman Henry Rosemann b. October 14, 1793, d. January 11, 1866
Children

Citations

  1. [S753] St. Louis Genealogical Society, Probate Records of the City of St. Louis.
  2. [S2] Helen Deutschman, Deutschman Diefenbach.
  3. [S1463] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Baptism Book One.
  4. [S308] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Harman H. Roseman household.
  5. [S1476] St. Peter Cemetery, St. Peter Cemetery Lot Purchase and Record Card, Bernard H. Rosemann Plot.
  6. [S71] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Franz Berg household.
  7. [S2827] Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500-1900s, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  8. [S2988] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Hurman P. C. Roseman household.
  9. [S1416] Hermann Henry Rosemann Probate File.
  10. [S7409] Arbcad (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Rosemann Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on August 16, 2011.
  11. [S3438] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), David Rosemann household.
  12. [S32] St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery Burial Records.
  13. [S7403] Cahterine Berg-Knierim Death Certificate.

David John Rosemann1

M, #143, b. July 8, 1841, d. January 21, 1911
Father*Herman Henry Rosemann b. October 14, 1793, d. January 11, 1866
Mother*Anna Gertrude Vogelsang b. August 21, 1802, d. January 20, 1888
ChartsNicholas Schamberger Descendant Chart (Indented)
David John Rosemann
     David John Rosemann, son of Herman Henry Rosemann and Anna Gertrude Vogelsang, was born on July 8, 1841 in Hannover, Region Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany.2,3,4 Conflicting evidence placed his birth in 1832 in Osnabruck, Westphalia, Germany. David emigrated with Herman Henry Rosemann on September 18, 1848 from Osnabrück, Kreisfreie Stadt Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. The location traveling to was indicated as by ship.5,6
David John Rosemann immigrated on November 20, 1848 to Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, traveling by ship.
He was enumerated with his parent Herman Henry Rosemann on the 1850 U. S. Census for District 52, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was listed as an eight-year-old white male born in Germany.3
He lived with his parents, Anna and Herman, in 1860 at Central Township in St. Louis County, Missouri.7
David John was a farm hand, road grader and a surveyor. He did a lot of work on Manchester Road which was a dirt road at the time in 1860.7,8
He was enumerated with his parent Herman Henry Rosemann on the 1860 U. S. Census for Central Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 19-year-old man born in Germany.7 David was the best man at the marriage of Francis C. Berg and Catherina Rosemann on May 3, 1862 at an unknown place , an unknown place ..9,10 David was the best man at the marriage of Francis Henry "Frank" Rosemann and Anna Mary "Maria" Niemyer on June 18, 1862 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.11,12
David served on September 29, 1862 in the Civil War as a 1st Lieutenant in Company G, 1st Enrolled Missouri Militia, stationed at an unknown place , an unknown place ..13,14 He was named a beneficiary in the will of Herman Henry Rosemann on January 31, 1863.15
David was released from active military duty on October 31, 1864 at an unknown place , an unknown place ..13,14
David attested to the inventory of his estate on May 10, 1866 at Probate Court, Clayton, St. Louis County, Missouri; the appriasers were George Greb, Henry Fremann and Henry Meneke.15
David purchased land on Washington Avenue at Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, on July 1, 1867 from Andreas Schamberger and Mrs. Catherina Berg for $475.00.16
David married Maria Theresa Antonia Berg, daughter of Andreas Schamberger and Maria Antonio Johanna Barbara Josephina Rudolph, on October 10, 1867 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri, the best man was Francis Charles Berg, the maid of honor was Mary Knost. The marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend Henry Van der Sanden Vicor General and Chancellor.12 Although not a beneficiary, David was mentioned in the will of Franz Berg on October 30, 1868.17,18,19
David is a head of household, under the name of "David Roseman", on the 1870 U. S. Census for Central Township, Missouri. He was identified as he was listed as a 29-year-old white male born in Hanover. Both his parents were foreign born and he was a U. S. citizen. He was a farmer and owned real-estate valued at $4,500.00 and personal property of $700.00, he also had three borders: Louise Hanke (13-year-old female "S", could have been a servant), Herman Weber (a 16-year-old farm laborer from Prussia) and William Galie (a 16-year-old from Hesse Cassel). Louise could not read or write but she had attended school during the year. Enumerated with him were:, his son Henry Francis, his daughter Theresa Anna.20
David was a sponsor for John Henry Roseman's baptism on August 7, 1870 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21
David loaned Andreas Schamberger $40.00 on November 1, 1870. The terms were payable one year after date at the rate of interest at 8 % per annum.18
David loaned Andreas Schamberger $150.00 on June 10, 1871. The terms were payable one year after date with interest from the date at the rate of eight percent per annum.18
David was a sponsor for Lima Catherine Vennemann's baptism on November 26, 1871 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21
David loaned Andreas Schamberger $3,000.00 on April 26, 1872. The terms were payable three years after date with interest from date at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable annually.18
He is included in a photo taken circa 1875. He is the father in in left rear in the photo. Also included in the photo: Maria Theresa Antonia Berg, Henry Francis "Frank" Rosemann, Francis Charles Rosemann, David John Rosemann and Theresa Anna "Treacy" Rosemann.22
David and Theresa Rosemann Family

David was a sponsor for David Carl Berg's baptism on August 8, 1875 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.23,21 David was the best man at the marriage of Martin William Koch and Mary Ann Rosemann on October 10, 1877 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.12,1
Maria and David John Rosemann lived in 1880 at Central Township in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Francis, Theresa, Henry, David, Catherine and William, David's mother, Anna Gertrude Vogelsang..24
David was enumerated on the Agriculture Schedule of the 1880 U.S. Census for Central Township, Missouri. He owned 40 acres of tilled land and one acre of woodland valued at $3,500.00. He also owned farm implements valued at $100.00 and live stock valued at $200.00. He had spent $200.00 in bulding and repairing fences in 1870. His live stock consisted of two horses, one mules, two cows, 14 swine and 60 hens. The value of his farm production was estimated at $600.00. His grass lands consisted of 9 acres, mown, and had harvested six tons of hay during the year. He had 30 acres in Indian corn, four acres in oats, 1 1/2 in potatoes, three in apples, one in peaches and three acres in a vinyard and had made 80 gallons of wine during the year.25
From 1880 to 1910 David John Rosemann farmed at Central Township in Missouri.24,26
David is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Central Township, Missouri. He was identified as a married 39-year-old male born in Germany as were his parents. Enumerated with him were: his wife Maria Theresa Antonia, his sons Francis Charles, Henry Francis, David John and William Anthony, his daughters Theresa Anna and Catherine Mary Emma, his mother Anna Gertrude.24 David John Rosemann, Francis Henry "Frank" Rosemann, Martin Hosenfeld and Peter Lepere were neighbors according to the 1880 census. They were living in Central Township, Missouri.27,24,28,29
David appeared as a veteran in the the Special Schedule - Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc. of the 1890 U.S. Census of Des Peres, St. Louis County, Missouri, he was listed as having served as a sergeant in Company F, 1st Missouri Infantry.13 He was a member of Thomas J. Brouster Post 233 of the Grand Army of the Republic from September, 1890 to December, 1898 at Clayton, St. Louis County, Missouri.30,14 His wife, Maria, died on January 14, 1892 at age 42.
David was a sponsor for Leonard Maximilian Berg's baptism on September 11, 1892 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21 David was the best man at the marriage of Frederick Herman Berg and Amelia R. Keller on September 28, 1892 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.12
David John Rosemann lived in 1893 Missouri.31
David was a sponsor for Theresia Antonia Johanna Barbara Josepha "Theresa" Berg's baptism on May 13, 1894 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21
David John Rosemann lived in 1896 Geyer Road, Des Peres, St. Louis County, Missouri.32
David was a sponsor for Arthur Earl William Berg's baptism on November 20, 1898 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21
David John was a farmer in 1900 at an unknown place , an unknown place ..4 He, Francis Henry "Frank" Rosemann were neighbors according to the 1900 census. They were living in Central Township, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.33,4,34
David is a head of household, under the name of "David Roseman", on the 1900 U. S. Census of Central Township, Missouri. He was identified as a widowed 58-year-old white male born in Gemany in July 1841. He imigrated to the U. S. in 1845. He was a farmer who owned a mortgaged farm listed on farm schedule 196. He could read, write and speak English. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Frederick Leonard, Edward Otto Andrew and Martin Bernard, his daughters Theresa Anna and Lyda Georgia.4
David John Rosemann lived in 1903 Missouri.35
David John Rosemann

He is included in a photo taken circa 1905. Also included in the photo: Theresa Anna "Treacy" Rosemann, Henry Francis "Frank" Rosemann, Francis Charles Rosemann, David John Rosemann, Catherine Mary Emma "Kate" Rosemann, William Anthony Rosemann, Frederick Leonard Rosemann, Josephine Martha Rosemann, Edward Otto Andrew Rosemann, Martin Bernard Rosemann, Lyda Georgia Rosemann, Louis Andrew Knost, John C. Goss, Mary Niemeier, Catherine M. Koeller and Lydia Florence Betke.
David Rosemann and children and son- & daughter-in-laws

David was a sponsor for Gertrude Rosemann's baptism on April 2, 1908 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri.21
David John Rosemann lived in 1909 Geyer Road, Route 13, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.36
David John lived in 1910 at Geyer Road in Central Township, St. Louis County, Missouri, residing with him were, his child, William, his daughter-in-law Ida Anna Knost, his grandchildren Iona Lydia Rosemann and Gertrude Rosemann.26
David is a head of household on the 1910 U. S. Census of Central Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 68-year-old widower who would have been married for 42 years. He owned a farm which was mortgaged and listed on farm schedule 65. He was a naturalized citizen who immigrated to the U.S. in 1845 and could read and write. Enumerated with him were:, his son William Anthony, his granddaughters Iona Lydia Rosemann and Gertrude Rosemann, his daughter-in-law Ida Anna Knost.26 David was the informant listed on the death certificate of Theresa Anna "Treacy" Rosemann on August 21, 1910.37
David died on January 21, 1911 at Geyer Road in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 69, Doctor John Pitman and William Anthony Rosemann was the attending physician of pneumonia.38,2
His obituary was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper on January 22, 1911.39 His obituary stated:
Roseman - Entered into rest on Jan 21, 1911, at 12:27 a. m., David Roseman at the age of 69 years, at his residence, Geyer road, north of Manchester road. Funeral Monday, Jan. 23, at 9:30 a. m. at St. Peter's church Kirkwood, Mo. (c7)
39

The undertaker who handled his arrangements was Louis H. Bopp in an unknown place , an unknown place ..2
His funeral service was held on January 23, 1911 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Missouri, the service was performed by Reverend Bernard G. Stemker.38 David John Rosemann was buried on January 23, 1911 in St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, in the Bernard Rosemann plot, section 1, row 20, lots 1 & 2 NH, grave 7.40,41,2
He left a will signed January 21, 1911 at Missouri, in which. Case Number 3301 - St. Louis Country Probate Court
I David Roseman of County of St. Louis, Mo. being of sound mind and memory do make publish and indorse this last will and testament.
First - after payment of all my just debts, I give and devise to my son William A. Roseman a Lot, situated in Avondale, St. Louis County, Missouri containing a frontage of 100 feet by a depth of 148 feet, and more particularly described as: Fronting on Simmons Ave., bounded North and East by property of John Wege, and on south by land of Tillie Goss.
I also give to my son William A. Roseman all of my household furniture, except two feather beds and the bedding belonging to said beds which I give to my daughter Kate E. Knost, and to said son William A. Roseman, I give all of my farming utensils of everyl kind, with all of my cattle on one pair of mules. But I require of my son William A. Roseman to pay into my estate two hundred dollars to be divided amontg the other heirs. And to my daughter Kate E. Knost, my sons Edward O. Roseman, Martin B. Roseman, and my daughter Lydia G. Roseman I give and bequeth the sum of six hundred dollars each. And to Emma, the adopted daughter of my late son Frederich Roseman, I give the son of one dollar. The remainder of my estate I give to my three sons Frank F., Frank G., David J. Roseman, Share and share alike.
I hereby appoint my son Henry F. Roseman as executor of my estate.
Witness my hand, this thirteenth day of January, 1911

Inventory of Estate
1     4 year old mule     50.00
1     old mule     20.00
1     old cow     10.00
1     black cow     10.00
1     cutting box     .50
all harness     5.00
1     old buggy     5.00
2     vices
Ax and wrench and pigeon house     1.00
1     grindstone     .25
1     1 horse top wagon     15.00
1     2 horse farm wagon     7.00
1     2 horse plow     .50
1     bed and spring     1.25
2     cross cut saws     50
1     double shovel
     cultivator     .25
1     churn     1.25
1     copper kettle and tripod     5.00
1     beaure and 1/2 doz chairs     2.00
1     cupbord and washstand     1.00
1     cupbord and stand     1.00
2     feather beds     3.00
1     sewing machine     2.00
1     stone flower box and washstand     1.75
3     tables. Old stand, one cupboard     1.25
1     stove     1.50
1     bedstand     1.00
1     dresser     .25
          157.75

(s) W. S. Snyder
(s) Wm Knierim.42
Theresa Schamberger Rosemann, Catherine Rosemann Berg, Herman Henry Rosemann, Otto Berg, Anna Vogelsang Rosemann, David Rosemann & Josephine Martha Rosemann Tombstone
(For further information see Probate File.)

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1850District 52, St. Louis County, MissouriHerman Henry Rosemann3
1860Central Township, St. Louis County, MissouriHerman Henry Rosemann7
1870Central Township, MissouriDavid John Rosemann20
1880Central Township, MissouriDavid John Rosemann25
1880Central Township, MissouriDavid John Rosemann24
1890Des Peres, St. Louis County, MissouriDavid John Rosemann13
1900Central Township, MissouriDavid John Rosemann4
1910Central Township, MissouriDavid John Rosemann26

Family

Maria Theresa Antonia Berg b. September 5, 1849, d. January 14, 1892
Children

Citations

  1. [S7996] Arbcarl (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Rosemann Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 21, 2013.
  2. [S4608] David Rosemann Death Certificate.
  3. [S308] 1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Harman H. Roseman household.
  4. [S311] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), David Roseman household.
  5. [S2] Helen Deutschman, Deutschman Diefenbach.
  6. [S2827] Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500-1900s, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  7. [S2988] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Hurman P. C. Roseman household.
  8. [S7409] Arbcad (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Rosemann Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on August 16, 2011.
  9. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  10. [S70] Franz Berg - Catherine Roseman Gausepont entry, Marriage Records, St. Louis, May 3, 1862.
  11. [S334] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Charles Behm household.
  12. [S1466] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Marriage Book One.
  13. [S1092] 1890 U.S. Federal Census (Special Schedule of the Eleventh Census numerating Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines and Widows, Etc), David Roseman entry.
  14. [S6163] Thomas J. Brouster Post GAR.
  15. [S1416] Hermann Henry Rosemann Probate File.
  16. [S1429] Franz Berg Sale of Property on Washington Avenue to David Roseman.
  17. [S753] St. Louis Genealogical Society, Probate Records of the City of St. Louis.
  18. [S2372] Franz Berg Probate File.
  19. [S8825] Francis Berg Will.
  20. [S73] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), David Rosemann household.
  21. [S1464] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Baptism Book Two.
  22. [S7992] Christine Guss e-mails to Bob Berg concerning "Rosemann & Berg families". , Berg/Rosemann line, January 18, 2013.
  23. [S247] David C. Berg baptismal record.
  24. [S3438] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), David Rosemann household.
  25. [S1373] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Productions of Agriculture Schedule), David Rosemann entry.
  26. [S3441] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), David Roseman household.
  27. [S2593] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank A. Roseman household.
  28. [S3439] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Hosenfeldt household.
  29. [S3680] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Peter Lepere household.
  30. [S3039] Roster Grand Army of Republic.
  31. [S475] 1893 St. Louis County Direcotry, page 73.
  32. [S513] 1896 St. Louis County Directory.
  33. [S1096] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Frank Roseman household.
  34. [S6565] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin Hosenfeld household.
  35. [S473] 1903 St. Louis County Directory, page 77.
  36. [S474] 1909 St. Louis County Directory, page 154.
  37. [S6548] Treacy A. Goss Death Certificate.
  38. [S1753] Funeral Home Record for Burial of David Rosemann, Dated January 20, 1911 , Bopp Funeral Home, Kirkwood, Missouri.
  39. [S2279] David Roseman Obituary, January 22, 1911.
  40. [S32] St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery Burial Records.
  41. [S1476] St. Peter Cemetery, St. Peter Cemetery Lot Purchase and Record Card, Bernard H. Rosemann Plot.
  42. [S1415] David Roseman Probate File.

Christopher Jack Berg1

M, #144
Father*Norman William Reinhardt Berg Jr.
Mother*Sharon Ann Bayer

Family History – see:

     The Berg Family

Citations

  1. [S83] Marguerite Marie Berg Frese, Family Group Sheet for Berg, Shoettle and Blume Family.

Alice Marie Mense

F, #145, b. August 18, 1935, d. January 21, 1964
Father*Clem F. Mense
Mother*Laura Smith
     Alice Marie Mense, daughter of Clem F. Mense and Laura Smith, was born on August 18, 1935 in Old Monroe, Washington County, Missouri.
Alice Marie was a nurse.1
Alice (her first marriage) marrried David Wert "Sonny" Berg (his first marriage) , son of David Francis George Berg and Laura Archer Knapp, on August 21, 1961 at St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri.1
Alice died on January 21, 1964 in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 28.2
Her funeral service was held on January 24, 1964 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, the service was performed by Father Alphonse E. Westhoff.2 Mrs. Alice Marie Berg was buried on January 24, 1964 in St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, in section 3, lot 1495H, grave 2.3,2

Citations

  1. [S444] David Wert Berg, 1998.
  2. [S1470] St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter Church Death Book Two.
  3. [S32] St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery Burial Records.

David Wert Berg Jr

M, #146
Father*David Wert "Sonny" Berg
Mother*Alice Marie Mense b. August 18, 1935, d. January 21, 1964

Family History – see:

     The Berg Family
     David married Terry (?) circa 1994. David Wert Berg Jr and Terry (?) were divorced in 1995 at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

Family

Terry (?)

Stephen Edward Berg

M, #147
Father*David Wert "Sonny" Berg
Mother*Alice Marie Mense b. August 18, 1935, d. January 21, 1964

Family History – see:

     The Berg Family

Mary Emma Asztalos

F, #148
Father*John Asztalos
Mother*Julia Elizabeth Toth
     Mary Emma Asztalos and David Wert "Sonny" Berg obtained a marriage license on October 7, 1964 at County Clerk's Office, Clayton, St. Louis County, Missouri, book 88, page 455, number 3368.1
Mary (her first marriage) marrried David Wert "Sonny" Berg (his second marriage) , son of David Francis George Berg and Laura Archer Knapp, on October 10, 1964 at Concordia Lutheran Church, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.

Citations

  1. [S87] Marriage License Index, St. Louis County.

Mary Frances Berg

F, #149
Father*David Wert "Sonny" Berg
Mother*Mary Emma Asztalos

Family History – see:

     The Berg Family
     Mary married Thomas J. Carlson on August 21, 1990 at Doylestown, Doylestown County, Pennsylvania. reception at six o'clock at General Washington Cherry Tree Room, Audubon, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S759] Invitation to Invitation to Wedding, October 21, 1990.

Daniel David Hoemann

M, #150
Father*Huntley Henry Hoemann
Mother*Diana Gail Birdsall

Family History – see:

     The Berg Family
     Daniel married Paula Miller in 1994. Daniel David Hoemann and Paula Miller were divorced in 1997.1 Daniel David Hoemann joined in a domestic partnership with Dana Russell in 2000.1

Family 1

Paula Miller

Family 2

Dana Russell

Citations

  1. [S2121] Huntley Hoemann, Family Group Sheet for Hoemann Family.