Martha Hunter Heald1

F, #38521, b. 1869
Father*Darius E. Heald1 b. January 27, 1822, d. 1904
Mother*Martha Ann "Mattie" Hunter1 b. 1838, d. 1873
     Martha Hunter Heald, daughter of Darius E. Heald and Martha Ann "Mattie" Hunter, was born in 1869.1
Martha lived with her parent, Darius E., in 1880 at Dardenne Township in St. Charles County, Missouri.2

Citations

  1. [S7864] Susan Chambless (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Chambless" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.
  2. [S7885] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), D. Heald household.

Margaret Andrian Hoffman1

F, #38522
     Margaret married Samuel Wells, son of Samuel Wells and Elizabeth Haden, after 1812.1

Family

Samuel Wells b. 1754, d. 1830

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Margaret Wells1

F, #38523, b. 1783
Father*Samuel Wells1 b. 1754, d. 1830
Mother*Mary Spears1
     Margaret Wells, daughter of Samuel Wells and Mary Spears, was born in 1783.1

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Samuel Wells1

M, #38524, b. 1784
Father*Samuel Wells1 b. 1754, d. 1830
Mother*Mary Spears1
     Samuel Wells, son of Samuel Wells and Mary Spears, was born in 1784.1

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Samuel Wells1

M, #38525, b. September 16, 1734, d. August, 1781
Father*Charles Wells1 b. 1712, d. 1765
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Edwards1 b. 1724, d. 1768
     Samuel Wells, son of Charles Wells and Mary Elizabeth Edwards, was born on September 16, 1734 in St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Commonwealth of Virginia.1
Samuel married Elizabeth Haden before 1754.1
Samuel married Ann Farrow circa 1755.1
Samuel died in August, 1781 in Kentucky at age 46.1

Family 1

Elizabeth Haden d. 1775
Child

Family 2

Ann Farrow b. 1739, d. 1780

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Elizabeth Haden1

F, #38526, d. 1775
     Elizabeth married Samuel Wells, son of Charles Wells and Mary Elizabeth Edwards, before 1754.1
Elizabeth died in 1775.1

Family

Samuel Wells b. September 16, 1734, d. August, 1781
Child

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Ann Farrow1

F, #38527, b. 1739, d. 1780
     Ann Farrow was born in 1739.1
Ann married Samuel Wells, son of Charles Wells and Mary Elizabeth Edwards, circa 1755.1
Ann died in 1780.1

Family

Samuel Wells b. September 16, 1734, d. August, 1781

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Charles Wells1

M, #38528, b. 1712, d. 1765
Father*Samuel Wells b. 1680, d. September 9, 1716
Mother*Eleanor Carty1 b. 1697, d. 1729
     Charles Wells, son of Samuel Wells and Eleanor Carty, was born in 1712 in Commonwealth of Virginia.1
Charles married Mary Elizabeth Edwards on December 10, 1733.1
Charles died in 1765 in Prince William County, Commonwealth of Virginia.1

Family

Mary Elizabeth Edwards b. 1724, d. 1768
Child

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Mary Elizabeth Edwards1

F, #38529, b. 1724, d. 1768
     Mary Elizabeth Edwards was born in 1724.1
Mary married Charles Wells, son of Samuel Wells and Eleanor Carty, on December 10, 1733.1
Mary died in 1768.1

Family

Charles Wells b. 1712, d. 1765
Child

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Samuel Wells1

M, #38530, b. 1680, d. September 9, 1716
     Samuel Wells was born in 1680.1
Samuel married Eleanor Carty circa 1711.1
Samuel died on September 9, 1716 in Commonwealth of Virginia.1

Family

Eleanor Carty b. 1697, d. 1729
Child

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Eleanor Carty1

F, #38531, b. 1697, d. 1729
     Eleanor Carty was born in 1697.1
Eleanor married Samuel Wells circa 1711.1
Eleanor died in 1729.1

Family

Samuel Wells b. 1680, d. September 9, 1716
Child

Citations

  1. [S7865] Julieonealhines (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "julieonealhines" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 27, 2012.

Rosaline M. Rehagen1,2

F, #38532, b. March 1, 1925, d. July 13, 1996
Father*William John Rehagen1 b. June 5, 1890, d. October 20, 1958
Mother*Catherine M. Streumph1 b. December 25, 1900, d. June 7, 1939
ChartsWilliam Bock Descendents
William Bock Descendant Chart (Indented)
     Rosaline M. Rehagen, daughter of William John Rehagen and Catherine M. Streumph, was born on March 1, 1925 in St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.2,3
Rosaline M. Rehagen and William John Rehagen lived on May 18, 1940.4
     Rosaline was enumerated as the daughter of William John Rehagen on the 1940 U. S. Census for Osage Township, Miller County, Missouri. She was listed as a 15-year-old single white female, born in Missouri.4
Rosaline married Lewis Harold Bilyeu on September 1, 1951 at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.2
Rosaline M. Rehagen lived in 1958 Missouri.1 Rosaline was the informant listed on the death certificate of William John Rehagen on October 20, 1958.5,1,2
Rosaline M. Rehagen and Lewis Harold Bilyeu lived in 1973 Missouri.6 At the time of her death the location for mailing benefits was reported as Missouri by the Social Security Administration.3
Rosaline died on July 13, 1996 at St. Elizabeth Care Center in St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri, at age 71.2,3 She was buried circa July 15, 1996 in St. Lawrence Catholic Cemetery in St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1940Osage Township, Miller County, MissouriWilliam John Rehagen4

Family

Lewis Harold Bilyeu b. October 23, 1924, d. July 8, 2007

Citations

  1. [S7877] William John Rehagen Death Certificate.
  2. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  3. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  4. [S7876] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, WIlliam J. Rehagen household.
  5. [S3623] Family Tree titled "Ancestry - One World Tree Project," Ancestry World Tree.
  6. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

John Streumph1

M, #38533
     John Streumph was born in Westphalia, Osage County, Missouri.1
John married Mary Schwartz.1

Family

Mary Schwartz
Child

Citations

  1. [S7878] Catherine Rehagen Death Certificate.

Mary Schwartz1

F, #38534
     Mary Schwartz was born in Koeltztown, Osage County, Missouri.1
Mary married John Streumph.1

Family

John Streumph
Child

Citations

  1. [S7878] Catherine Rehagen Death Certificate.

Lewis Harold Bilyeu1

M, #38535, b. October 23, 1924, d. July 8, 2007
ChartsWilliam Bock Descendant Chart (Indented)
     Lewis Harold Bilyeu was born on October 23, 1924.2
Lewis enlisted in the United States Army for service in World War II on June 16, 1943 at Jefferson Barracks, Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri. His enlistment record states that he is a white male, native to Missouri, residing in Maries County, Missouri. He enlists as a private, single with no dependents, with farm hand experience and a grammar school education.3
Lewis married Rosaline M. Rehagen, daughter of William John Rehagen and Catherine M. Streumph, on September 1, 1951 at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.1
Lewis Harold Bilyeu and Rosaline M. Rehagen lived in 1973 St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.4 At the time of his death the location for mailing benefits was reported as Missouri by the Social Security Administration.2
Lewis died on July 8, 2007 at age 82.2

Family

Rosaline M. Rehagen b. March 1, 1925, d. July 13, 1996

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  2. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  3. [S7883] U. S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

Gary W. Bilyeu1,2

M, #38536
Father*Lewis Harold Bilyeu1 b. October 23, 1924, d. July 8, 2007
Mother*Rosaline M. Rehagen1 b. March 1, 1925, d. July 13, 1996

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  2. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

Carol Ann Boessen1

F, #38537
Father*John H. Boessen1
Mother*(?)1

Citations

  1. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

John H. Boessen1

M, #38538
     John married (?)1

Family

(?)

Citations

  1. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

(?)1

F, #38539
     (?) married John H. Boessen.1

Citations

  1. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 20, 1973, page 10."

MO Miller County 1940 Census

?, #38540
     ••••••••• Households Listed •••••••••.

William John Rehagen.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1940Osage Township, Miller County, MissouriMO Miller County 1940 Census1

Citations

  1. [S7876] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, WIlliam J. Rehagen household.

Great Bend U. S. A.

F, #38541
Father*Kansas U. S. A.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S7884] Dominican Sisters of Peace, "Dominican Sisters of Great Bend-History" database.

St. Rose Hospital (?)1

F, #38542, b. 1903
Mother*Great Bend U. S. A.1
     St. Rose Hospital (?), daughter of Great Bend U. S. A., was born in 1903 in Great Bend, Barton County, Kansas.1 St. Rose Hospital (?) witnessed Great Bend
Dominican Sisters of Great Bend - History
Great Bend, Kansas
Founded in 1902

On April 16, 1902, nine pioneer Sisters from Brooklyn, New York, left for Kansas. They brought little more than faith with them as they traveled west to a place they had only read about through correspondence with Father Werner Emmerich, a pastor in Ellinwood, Kansas. It was Mother Antonina Fischer’s dream to become a missionary, and with her came Srs. Blanche Bachlechner, Antonina Gerhold, Cunigunda Trojan, Dalmatia Hellriegel, Diana Trojan, and Florence Harrigan, and candidates Agnes Silberhorn and Mary Papsum.

The pioneers were supposed to settle in Wichita, where Bishop J. J. Hennessey had planned for his home to become their convent. But he instead gave this home to the Precious Blood Sisters from Ruma, Illinois, and bought a college building, Central Normal College in Great Bend, which was soon to be vacant. This was to become the home for the Sisters from Brooklyn.

From the beginning the pioneers faced hardship. When they arrived in Great Bend on April 23, they were unable to move into their new home. After first waiting for the school session to end, then months of labor and thousands of dollars spent cleaning and repairing, the convent was finally dedicated in November 1902.

Almost immediately after arriving in Great Bend, the Sisters were asked to open a hospital. But they had begun teaching in parochial schools as soon as they arrived in Kansas, and were busy trying to open St Mary Academy, a school for boys under age 15 and girls under 18. Furthermore, none of the Sisters were registered nurses. Mother Antonina wrote to Brooklyn requesting a registered nurse. In 1903 Sr. Loretta Feinler came to Great Bend from Brooklyn to open St Rose Hospital.

The young congregation continued to struggle: the Sisters were overworked and had little food. Some of the Sisters complained to the bishop, and many requested permission to leave the congregation. In 1910, after much struggle and pressure from the bishop and the local priest, Mother Antonina resigned. Mother Antonina was replaced as major superior by Sr. Seraphine Weisenberg, who was still in temporary vows.

With the resignation and replacement of Mother Antonina came yet another dilemma: loss of members. There was confusion as to whom the Sisters should be loyal. Some of them wished to leave the congregation altogether, while others requested permission to rejoin the Brooklyn congregation. A few wanted to travel on with Mother Antonina. She and three others – Srs. Antonina Gerhold, Cunigunda Trojan, and Geraldine Mueller – left the Great Bend community in search of ministry elsewhere. A decade of beginnings ended in uncertainty.

At the time of Mother Seraphine’s appointment as major superior, there were 42 members in the congregation; this number quickly fell to 18. Turbulence, illness, and financial problems plagued the young congregation during this decade.

The Psalms of St. Joseph were prayed every week for relief of financial burdens. In 1913, when the sisters were able to pay the mortgage, a statue of St Joseph was placed in front of the motherhouse in gratitude.

In 1924, the Congregation was officially affiliated with the Order of Friars Preachers. A dream was realized; the congregation was now part of the Dominican Order.
The old college building, built in 1888, which had served as the motherhouse since the Sisters’ arrival in 1902, was overcrowded and in constant need of repair. In 1929, the congregation had its first bazaar to raise money for the building of a new home. Bishop Schwertner said they could begin building a new home only if they could raise $100,000. This did not deter the Sisters; they continued working toward a seemingly impossible goal for more than a decade. Despite the bleak economic situation, the congregation received donations and made sacrifices whenever possible to save money. Their sacrifices were rewarded when ground was broken for the new 250-room motherhouse on June 26, 1940. On October 7, 1941, after 18 months of construction, the new, spacious, brick convent building was ready for dedication. Among the many conveniences, the new building contained private rooms, a large chapel, an elevator, a dumb-waiter, walk-in refrigerators, a bakery, a sewing room, an infirmary, an auditorium, and a congregation room.

In celebration of its 50th year in Kansas, the congregation decided to begin a foreign mission. Nigeria, West Africa was chosen as the destination for the mission. Dominican Fathers were already present in Nigeria, and they extended an invitation to the Great Bend Dominicans. It was the sisters’ goal to start a Nigerian mission in order to strengthen the local church. In 1956, Srs. Raphael Husman, Frances Biernacki, and Charlotte Unrein became the congregation’s first foreign missionaries. In 2007, what began as a mission officially became a separate congregation, the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena. The sisters administer five schools, operate two clinics, manage a Christian training center for women, serve in parishes, and participate in primary evangelization.

In the 1978 Chapter meeting, the congregation adopted three areas of priority for the coming years: creative ministry to the elderly, development of leadership qualities in women, and solidarity with the economic poor. In the years that followed, the Sisters worked within their own chosen ministries to fulfill these goals. Some Sisters worked in the home health program, others worked with minorities. Sr. Dominic Haug started Birthright, a program which offered a positive alternative to abortion. Sr. Camillus Bayer studied Braille, ministered with the visually impaired, and taught Braille. The Sisters began a decade full of actions toward peace and justice, ministering to the economic poor, disabled and elderly; expanding the health care ministry and setting a standard they would follow into the 21st century.

The 1980’s brought about numerous additions and renovations. The motherhouse was remodeled, the congregation adopted a logo, and the Heartland ministries were established.

In 1998, the Congregation proclaimed the four years leading up to the Congregation centennial as Jubilee:
1998 - We proclaim the Renewal of the Sabbath
1999 - We proclaim Forgiveness and Reconciliation
2000 - We proclaim our Connectedness
2001 - We proclaim Justice and Peace
2002 - We proclaim Celebration!

In preparation for a new millennium and the beginning of another century in Kansas, the Congregation adopted a corporate stance against the death penalty and a corporate stance for kinship with and reverence for the Earth. Throughout all the preparation years, the summer theology workshops, yearly retreats, congregation gatherings and study heightened each one’s awareness and summoned all to make their hearts ablaze as the year 2002, the “year of Celebration” dawned.

On April 14, 2007, the Dominican Sisters of Great Bend Kansas voted – with unanimity of all Chapter delegates – to form a union with other Dominicans from across the United States. Two years later marked the birth of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, a new congregation of Dominican Sisters formed by the union of seven former congregations, including the Dominicans of Great Bend, Kansas. in 2012.1

Citations

  1. [S7884] Dominican Sisters of Peace, "Dominican Sisters of Great Bend-History" database.

Herman Fick Sr.1

M, #38543, b. February, 1858, d. August 2, 1944
Father*John George Fick2
Mother*Maria Margaret Kindler2
     Herman Fick Sr., son of John George Fick and Maria Margaret Kindler, was born in February, 1858 in Rich Fountain, Osage County, Missouri.3,4,5
He was enumerated with his parent John George Fick on the 1860 U. S. Census for Washington Township, Rich Fountain, Osage County, Missouri. He was listed as a two-year-old male, born in Missouri.6
Herman married Mary M. Zeilmann, daughter of Johann Zeilmann and Margaret Barbara Bock, circa 1882.3
Herman Fick Sr. lived on October 21, 1883 Missouri.1
In 1900 Herman Fick Sr. farmed at Washington Township in Osage County, Missouri.4
Herman was a self- employed carpenter. in 1900.4
Herman is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Washington Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 42-year-old white male, born in Missouri, married eighteen years. His parents were born in Germany. He is able to read, write, and speak English and owns his home free of mortgage.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Mary M., his sons Elias, Henry, George and John Herman, his daughters Caroline and Celia.4
Herman was enumerated as the father of Elias Fick on the 1930 U. S. Census of Washington Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 71-year-old white widowed male, born in Missouri. His parents were born in Germany. He is able to read, write, and speak English and is not a veteran.7
Herman died on August 2, 1944 at age 86.5 He was buried circa August 4, 1944 in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Rich Fountain, Osage County, Missouri.5
Herberrt L. and Maria M. Fick Toimbstone

Family

Mary M. Zeilmann b. July, 1859, d. January 13, 1927
Children

Citations

  1. [S7886] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
  2. [S3623] Family Tree titled "Ancestry - One World Tree Project," Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S6344] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1910, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  4. [S7896] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Herman Fick household.
  5. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  6. [S7986] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Fick household.
  7. [S7897] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Elias Fick household.
  8. [S552] Tombstone photo, taken by Robert Berg, June 2013.

Esther M. Geismann1

F, #38544, b. 1900, d. 1979
     Esther M. Geismann was born in 1900.1
Esther married Francis X. "Frank" Gorla, son of Vincint J. Gorla and Katie M. Grimm, circa 1930.1
Esther died in 1979.1 She was buried in 1979 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri.1
Francis X. and Esther Geismann Gorly Tombstone

Family

Francis X. "Frank" Gorla b. September, 1879, d. July, 1973

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Mildred M. Wichmer1

F, #38545, b. February 6, 1913, d. February 5, 1992
Father*Bernard W. Wichmer1 b. February 20, 1881, d. December 17, 1963
Mother*Anna Jansen1 b. 1888, d. February 24, 1962
     Mildred M. Wichmer, daughter of Bernard W. Wichmer and Anna Jansen, was born on February 6, 1913 in Missouri.1
Mildred married Chester H. Faupel, son of Chester H. Faupel and Mamie E. Capra, circa 1935.1
Mildred and Chester H. Faupel lived in 1940 at 2225a Dodier Street in St. Louis, Missouri. Residing with them was their child, Celeste.2
Mildred was enumerated as the wife of Chester H. Faupel under the name of "Mildred Faupel" on the 1940 U. S. Census for Ward 18, St. Louis, Missouri. She was listed as a married 27-year-old female born in Missouri. She had completed eighth grade.3
Mildred died on February 5, 1992 in Missouri at age 78.1
Chester H. and Mildred Wichmer Faupel Tombstone
She was buried on February 7, 1992 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 14, lot 1311.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1940Ward 18, St. Louis, MissouriChester H. Faupel3

Family

Chester H. Faupel b. July 23, 1908, d. December 7, 1958
Child

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  2. [S7966] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Chester Faupel household.
  3. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).

Bernard W. Wichmer1

M, #38546, b. February 20, 1881, d. December 17, 1963
Bernard W. Wichmer
     Bernard W. Wichmer was born on February 20, 1881 in Roselle, Carroll County, Iowa.1
Bernard married Anna Jansen on November 26, 1907.1
Bernard died on December 17, 1963 in Missouri at age 82.1 He was buried in December, 1963 in Mt. Olive Catholic Cemetery in Lemay, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Bernard and Anna Jansen Wichmer Tombstone

Family

Anna Jansen b. 1888, d. February 24, 1962
Child

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Anna Jansen1

F, #38547, b. 1888, d. February 24, 1962
     Anna Jansen was born in 1888 in Missouri.1
Anna married Bernard W. Wichmer on November 26, 1907.1
Anna died on February 24, 1962 in Missouri.1 She was buried in February, 1962 in Mt. Olive Catholic Cemetery in Lemay, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Bernard and Anna Jansen Wichmer Tombstone

Family

Bernard W. Wichmer b. February 20, 1881, d. December 17, 1963
Child

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Norma W. (?)1

F, #38548, b. 1905, d. November, 1994
     Norma W. (?) was born in 1905.1
Norma married Robert Thorton Hellrung, son of Joseph Bernard Hellrung and Leigh K. Kuehne, circa 1935.1
Norma died in November, 1994.1 She was buried on November 28, 1994 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 19, lot 91.1
Robert T. and Norma W. Hellrung Tombstone

Hellrung Family Plot

Family

Robert Thorton Hellrung b. 1908, d. January, 1988

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Mary M. Zeilmann1,2

F, #38549, b. July, 1859, d. January 13, 1927
Father*Johann Zeilmann2,3 b. circa 1838, d. circa 1919
Mother*Margaret Barbara Bock2,3 b. circa 1830
     Mary M. Zeilmann was also known as Mary L. Zeilman.4 Mary M. Zeilmann was also known as Maria M. Zeilmann.2 Mary M. Zeilmann, daughter of Johann Zeilmann and Margaret Barbara Bock, was born in July, 1859.1,5 Conflicting evidence placed her birth According to Mary Fick's death certificate, she was born on June 13, 1858, in Rich Fountain, Missouri.3
Mary married Herman Fick Sr., son of John George Fick and Maria Margaret Kindler, circa 1882.1
Mary was enumerated as the wife of Herman Fick Sr. on the 1900 U. S. Census of Washington Township, Osage County, Missouri. She was listed as a 40=-year-old white female, married for eighteen years. She was born in Missouri, while both her parents were born in Germany. She has born eight children, seven of whom are living. She is able to read, write, and speak English.5
Mary died on January 13, 1927 at Washington Township in Missouri at age 67, John Herman Fick was the informant on her death certificate.3 Her cause of death was valvular heart disease and chronic nephritis.3 Mary M. Zeilmann was buried on January 15, 1927 in Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery in Rich Fountain, Osage County, Missouri.3,6
Herberrt L. and Maria M. Fick Toimbstone

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Washington Township, Osage County, MissouriHerman Fick Sr.5

Family

Herman Fick Sr. b. February, 1858, d. August 2, 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S6344] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1910, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  2. [S3623] Family Tree titled "Ancestry - One World Tree Project," Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S7979] Mary Fick Death Certificate.
  4. [S7978] John H. Fick Death Certificate.
  5. [S7896] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Herman Fick household.
  6. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  7. [S552] Tombstone photo, taken by Robert Berg, June 2013.

(?) Hilleman1

M, #38550
     (?) married Jeanine Hellrung, daughter of Jacob F. Hellrung and Edith G. (?).1

Family

Jeanine Hellrung b. 1922, d. November, 2008

Citations

  1. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).