Anna Hutter

F, (1872 - 1876)
FatherJohn Baptist Hutter (1847 - 1928)
MotherMargaretha Mary Neuheisel Hutter (1850 - 1896)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*3 Oct 1872 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Burial*5 Mar 1876 Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3 
Death*5 Mar 1876 Spring Green Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3,2 
Biography* Anna Hutter, 1872-1876:
Anna was christened on 18 October 1872 at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin by the Rev. Franz X. Heller, and was sponsored by Anna Hutter. Her funeral was held at Saint Luke's as well with the Rev. C. Siedhardt officiating. Anne was 3 years and 5 momths old. 
Last Edited16 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S1618] Father's land records.
  3. [S244] Saint Luke's burial record.

Michael Pulvermacher

M, (1847 - 1922)
FatherJohn Pulvermacher
MotherMaria Lanzer Pulvermacher
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*1 Dec 1847 Roxbury, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2,3 
Marriage*30 Mar 1869 Roxbury, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Agnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher4 
Death*18 Jan 1922 Bear Valley, Richland, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Note*19 Jan 1922 obituaries Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 19 January 1922 & Thursday 2 February 1922.2 
Burial*21 Jan 1922 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Biography* Michael Pulvermacher, 1847-1922:
Born in Roxbury, Dane County, Wisconsin of Prussia born parents, Michael lived in Roxbury until his marriage in 1869. A short time after their marriage, he and his wife moved to a farm in Bear Creek Township of Sauk County. When he retired, Michael sold the farm to a son and moved near his daughter in Bear Valley, Richland County.

He died at the home of his daughter in Bear Valley. Michael was 74-years-old. The funeral was held on Saturday morning from Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin. 

Family

Agnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher (8 Dec 1848-3 Feb 1921)
Children
Last Edited24 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S79] Richland county (WI) death record.
  4. [S92] Golden Wedding Anniversary, "Weekly Home News"?, Spring Green, Wisconsin (Apr ??, 1969),.

Agnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher

F, (1848 - 1921)
Agnes (Neuheisel) Pulvermacher, 1848-1921
FatherJohann Adam Neuheisel (1801 - 1877)
MotherTheresia Emser Neuheisel (1816 - 1876)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*8 Dec 1848 Lyons Tp, Walworth, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2,3 
(godmother) Christening10 Mar 1867 Keyesville, Richland, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Christened=John B Beck4 
Marriage*30 Mar 1869 Roxbury, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Michael Pulvermacher5 
Married Name30 Mar 1869 Pulvermacher [Neuheisel] 
Death*3 Feb 1921 Bear Creek Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)6,1 
Burial*5 Feb 1921 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)7,6,2 
Note*10 Feb 1921 obituary Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 10 February 1921.7 
Biography* Agnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher, 1848-1921:
The first of triplets born over the 8th and 9th of December in 1848, Agnes was christened with her womb-mates at Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Burlington, Wisconsin on December 10th by the Rev. Michael Wisbauer. Her sponsors were Agnes Böschert and Francis Leitz. There is conflicting evidence of the triplet's birth year. Agnes' tombstone and obituary both list her birth year as 1847. Her burial record at Saint Luke's in Plain and her Sauk County death record both list the year as 1848. However, the county death record also lists her age at death as 73 years, 1 month and 24 days - which computes to 1847. There is no reason to suspect that the 1848 church record of the christening is inaccurate. In 1848, the survival rate for triplets was much less than that for single births. Catholics believed that a child who died unchristened wouldn't be allowed into heaven. Practicing Catholic parents would have had these children christened immediately after birth. For these reasons, we can be pretty sure that Agnes was born in 1848. We have no direct evidence of where the triplets were born. They were christened in Burlington in Racine County. But before and after 1848, the family was living in Lyons Township of Walworth County. This is a much more likely place of birth.

Circa 1851, the family moved from Walworth County to Franklin Township in Sauk County where Agnes grew up and was married. She gave birth to twelve children, five of whom died in infancy including twins. Assuming that all records (church, county, census, etc.) so far discovered are accurate - that is, to name of child, names of parents, and dates - then we can identify eleven of the children but not the multiple birth. Have listed the unnamed twelfth child, for the present, as the eighth born and twin of son Albert.

Agnes died, the first of the triplets to do so, in 1921 of liver cancer. She was 73. Agnes was survived by her husband, one son, six daughters, two brothers, and two sisters. 

Family

Michael Pulvermacher (1 Dec 1847-18 Jan 1922)
Children
Last Edited24 Dec 2010

Citations

  1. [S925] Sauk county death record.
  2. [S244] Saint Luke's burial record.
  3. [S254] 1850 Federal Census, Walworth County, Wisconsin,.
  4. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  5. [S92] Golden Wedding Anniversary, "Weekly Home News"?, Spring Green, Wisconsin (Apr ??, 1969),.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.
  7. [S18] Obituary,.

Theresa Pulvermacher Kaul

F, (1873 - 1956)
Theresa (Pulvermacher) Kaul, 1873-1965
FatherMichael Pulvermacher (1847 - 1922)
MotherAgnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher (1848 - 1921)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*12 Sep 1873 Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*8 Feb 1899 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Peter Kaul2 
Married Name8 Feb 1899 Kaul [Pulvermacher] 
Death*10 Feb 1956 Dane, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3 
Burial*13 Feb 1956 Saint Killian's, Buena Vista Tp, Richland, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3 
Biography* Theresa Pulvermacher Kaul, 1873-1965:
Theresa was christened 24 Sep 1873 in Keyesville by the Rev. Franz X. Heller. Her sponsor was her aunt Theresa Alt Neuheisel. She was married to Peter Kaul by the Rev. John G. Laurer in 1899. The ceremony at Saint Luke's in Plain was witnessed by Michael Kaul (Peter's brother?) and A. Pulvermacher (Theresa'a sister Annie?). After their marriage, they lived in Bear Valley, Richland County. After Peter died in 1939, Theresa went to live with her son Michael in Watertown, Jefferson County.

Theresa died in 1956 at an unknown place and was buried in Saint Killian's, Buena Vista Township, Richland County. 

Family

Peter Kaul (21 Nov 1871-14 Jun 1939)
Children
Last Edited18 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.
  3. [S232] Dade county death record.

Elisabeth Hess Ryan

F, (1873 - 1952)
FatherJacob J. Hess (1843 - 1899)
MotherJosephine Neuheisel Hess (1844 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*13 Nov 1873 Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*23 May 1893 Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=James Joseph Ryan3 
Married Name23 May 1893 Ryan [Hess] 
Death*28 Mar 1952 Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Note*28 Mar 1952 obituary Janesville (Wisconsin) Daily Gazette, Friday 28 March 1952 p2c2.1 
Burial*31 Mar 1952 Mount Olivet cemetery, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Biography* Elizabeth Hess Ryan, 1873-1952:
Christened on 14 December 1873 at Saint Luke's in Plain by the Rev. Franz X. Heller and sponsored by Theresa Hess, her father's sister. Elizabeth was married in a Catholic ceremony (at Saint John's?) by Tym (sic) Schasler (a priest?) and witnessed by John Hess, her brother, and Kate Ryon (sic) (his sister?). In 1898, she and James moved from Spring Green to Janesville in Rock County, Wisconsin. They lived at various addresses in Janesville including: 101 Lincoln in 1900; 313 Lins in 1910; 603 Park Ave in 1920. In later years she lived with her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Schultz at 115 North Walnut Street. Elizabeth had three sons in World War I, one son in World War II, and two grandsons in the Korean War.

She died unexpectedly on a Friday at the home of her daughter, with whom she lived. Elizabeth had been in failing health for the prior year. She was survived by six sons, four daughters, 20 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her fusband and one daughter. Funeral services were held on Monday from Saint Patrick's in Janesville with the Rev. Joseph Strange officiating. 

Family

James Joseph Ryan (25 Feb 1869-1 Feb 1940)
Children
Last Edited15 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  3. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.

Bernard Hutter

M, (1874 - b 1880)
FatherJohn Baptist Hutter (1847 - 1928)
MotherMargaretha Mary Neuheisel Hutter (1850 - 1896)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*3 Feb 1874 Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Death*b 1 Jun 1880 2 
Biography* Bernard Hutter, 1874-????:
Bernard was born in either Frankiln or Spring Green townships in Sauk County. He was christened on 5 February 1874 at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin by the Rev. Franz X. Heller, and sponsored by Aloysius Hutter. 
Last Edited16 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S80] 1880 Federal Census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts,.

Philip J. Neuheisel

M, (1846 - 1922)
Philip J. Neuheisel, 1846-1922
FatherJohann Adam Neuheisel (1801 - 1877)
MotherTheresia Emser Neuheisel (1816 - 1876)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*26 Feb 1846 Lyons Tp, Walworth, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*12 Sep 1869 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Catharine Bettinger Neuheisel3 
Death*5 Dec 1922 Montello, Marquette, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)4 
Note*7 Dec 1922 obituary Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 7 December 1922.4 
Burial*7 Dec 1922 Saint John's Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)5,4 
Biography* Philip Neuheisel, 1846-1922:
Probably born in Lyons township, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Philip was christened on 24 April 1846 at Immaculate Conception in Burlington, Wisconsin. His baptism was sponsored by Philipp Prasch and Barbara Prasch, neighbors of the Neuheisel family in Lyons township. Circa 1851, Philip's family moved to Franklin township in Sauk County. He grew up there and in 1969 he married Catherine Bettinger at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin. The marriage was performed by the Rev. Theo. Beau and was witnessed by his brothers, John and Balthasar Neuheisel.

In his earlier years, Philip worked as a farmer, first in Franklin township and then in Spring Green township, both in Sauk County. By 1900, he owned a mortgaged house in Spring Green Village and was working for the railroad. After Philip's sister Barbara's husband, George Hornung, died in 1877, Barbara's daughter Anne Hornung came to live with her uncle and aunt, Philip and Catherine Neuheisel. By 1900, Anne was being listed as "adopted" by them. In 1901, he recieved serious burns in a gasoline explosion and fire that claimed the life of his niece. After his wife Catherine died in 1913, he moved to Montello, Wisconsin in Marquette County to live with his son Louis on Nebraska Street.

Philip, age 76, died at his home in Montello on a Tuesday. His death occured suddenly from a stroke of apoplexy about an hour after eating a hearty meal. Funeral services were held on Thursday at Saint John's in Spring Green. 

Family

Catharine Bettinger Neuheisel (11 Nov 1846-9 Sep 1913)
Child
Last Edited21 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S252] Saint Mary's IC (Burlington, Wisconsin) christening record.
  2. [S339] 1847 state census, Walworth County, Wisconsin,.
  3. [S69] Saint Luke's marriage record.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.
  5. [S8] Tombstone.

Balthasar Neuheisel

M, (1841 - 1892)
FatherJohann Adam Neuheisel (1801 - 1877)
MotherTheresia Emser Neuheisel (1816 - 1876)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*24 Nov 1841 Jägersburg, Rhein, Bavaria, Germany1 
(Witness) Marriage19 Jan 1869 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Jacob J. Hess, Bride=Josephine Neuheisel Hess2 
Marriage*10 Jun 1873 Saint Mary's, Ithaca Tp, Richland, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Theresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl3 
Death*17 Aug 1892 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)4,5 
Burial*19 Aug 1892 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)5,6 
Note*25 Aug 1892 obituary: Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 25 August 1892.4 
Biography* Balthasar Neuheisel, 1841-1892:
Born in the hamlet of Jägersburg in what is now the German state of Saarland, Balthasar came to the United States before his third birthday with his parents and his sister Augusta. The family sailed from La Havre, France on board the Duchess D'Orleans captained by A. Richardson and arrived at the Port of New York on 5 September 1844. The Neuheisels spent their first years in Lyons Township, Walworth County, Wisconsin before finally settling in Franklin Township in Sauk County circa 1851.

On 27 February 1864, Balthasar, a 22-year-old farmer with hazel eyes, dark brown hair, fair complexion, and measuring 5 feet-6 inches in height, enlisted in the 36th Regiment of the Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry at Madison, Wisconsin for a period of three years. He was paid $60 of a $300 bounty (an enticement for enrolling), given the rank of Private and assigned to Company A. He was mustered in at Madison on 1 March. Balthasar was with his company from March through June and into July of 1864. On or about 18 July, he was taken sick while working on a fort in front of Petersburg, Virginia. He was sent to the field hospital on 20 July and was then admitted to the hospital at City Point, Virginina on 21 July with typhoid fever and dysentery. He was transferred on 27 July and entered the hospital at Davids Island in New York harbor on 1 August with chronic diarrhea. He was transferred again to the hospital at Corwalt Barracks, Fort Wood, Bedloes Island, New York harbor on 27 September (diagnosis not given) and released on 30 September. He rejoined his company on 5 October. On 5 February 1865, he was captured by Confederate forces at Hatches Run, Virginia and confined to Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia on the 6th. He was paroled from Libby Prison on February 15th and sent to Benton Barracks, Missouri on 19 February arriving there on 24th. He was furloughed for 30 days to Franklin Township, Sauk County, Wisconsin on 27 February. He returned on 31 March and was sent back to his regiment on 9 April.
     NOTE. According to family lore, when Balthasar left home to join the army, his father George gave him a $10 bill for emergencies. Balthasar, who had long hair, kept the rolled up bill behind his ear. After he was captured, he used the bill to bribe his way out of Libby Prison.

Balthasar's three year hitch ended early when Lee surrendered ending the war. He was mustered out near Jeffersonville, Indiana on 12 July 1865. When he separated, he was owed the $240 balance of his bounty plus nine months back pay. After he returned home, on 2 March 1866, Balthasar was granted 76.5-acres of land from his parents for $500. The land was in three parcels, 56.5-acres in Section 7 and 20-acres in Section 18, both of Franklin Township. Balthasar was married in 1873 by the Rev. F. X. Heller. One of the witnesses was his brother John. On 16 June 1877, Balthasar Neuheisel, Philip Neuheisel, Josephine Neuheisel (now Hess), Margaretha Neuheisel (now Hutter), Francis Neuheisel, Agnes Neuheisel (now Pulvermacher) and Barbara Neuheisel (now Hornung) all of Franklin Township, Sauk County and Justina Neuheisel (now Gerber) of Lincoln County, Dakota Territory - all heirs of John Adam Neuheisel (registered in the name of George Neuheisel] granted to John Neuheisel of Franklin Township 180.75-acres in seven lots all in Franklin Township, consisting of 4 lots totaling 103.25-acres in Section 18, 1 lot of 20-acres in Section 9, 1 lot of 40-acres in Section 31, and 1 lot of 17,5-acres in Section 7, for $664. Balthasar and Philip signed, the rest marked. Justina, of the Dakota Territory, was represented by Atty. John Born. In 1882, Balthasar applied to the Bureau of Pensions, Department of the Interior for an invalid's pension alleging that, while in the service of his country, he contracted diarrhea, rheumatism and disease of the liver from which he was now partially disabled. This application was approved beginning 21 February 1882 for $4 per month. On 18 November 1891 the pension was increased to $6 per month.

There's a story told by Henry Neuheisel, son of Balthasar, to his own son Leonard, that Balthasar Neuheisel went out in the woods one day to chop firewood, lay down his axe and walked away. He came back three years later, entered the kitchen during dinner and sat down at his place without a word. The family dog came over and lay at his feet. On 28 September 1891, Balthasar was granted 14+ acres, in two parecls, both north of Honey Creek in Section 9 of Franklin Township from Frederich and Emma Schoenman for $418. On 11 April 1892, Balthasar was granted 10-acres in Section 9 of Franklin Township from Ludwig and Gustina Bettinger for $80. On 3 August 1892, Balthasar signed a will, witnessed by D. D. Davies and Robert Hanson both of Spring Green, leaving all of his earthly possessions to his beloved wife Theresia,

Balthasar, age 50, died on a Wednesday of heart-dropsy the result of chronic rheumatism. He was attended in his last illness by Dr. E. G. Cristman of Spring Green. Balthasar was survived by his wife, three sons, and one daughter. His funeral was held on Friday from Saint Luke's with the Rev. Sturm officiating. The procession to the cemetery was the largest ever witnessed in Plain up to that time. 

Family

Theresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl (31 Mar 1853-29 Jan 1929)
Children
Last Edited19 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S243] Jägersburg civil birth record.
  2. [S69] Saint Luke's marriage record.
  3. [S245] Balthasar Neuheisel, Military Pension File, National Archives,.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.
  5. [S244] Saint Luke's burial record.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.

Elizabeth Bläsius Neuheisel

F, (1850 - 1890)
FatherJacob Bläsius
MotherEva Bandy Bläsius
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*12 Aug 1850 Prussia, Germany1 
Marriage*12 Jan 1874 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=John Adam Neuheisel2 
Married Name12 Jan 1874 Neuheisel [Bläsius] 
Death*29 Dec 1890 Yankton, Yankton, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Burial*Dec 1890 Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery, Dimock, Hutchinson, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)3 
Biography* Elisabeth Bläsius Neuheisel, 1852-ca1890:
Elisabeth was born in Prussia, her date of immigration to the United States is unknown. Although her marriage to John is in Saint Luke's records, no priest or witnesses are listed.

Elisabeth, age 40, died on a Monday. She is buried in Dimock but there is no tombstone in SS. Peter & Paul cemetery. There is one Blasius tombstone in that cemetery - Elisabeth's sibling? and the sibling's spouse?:
Nicklaus Blasius, 17 Sep 1846 - 5 Nov 1918;
Susanna Blasius, 31 Oct 1847 - 20 Oct 1912. 

Family

John Adam Neuheisel (8 Dec 1848-7 Jun 1931)
Children
Last Edited24 Nov 2010

Citations

  1. [S1777] < Helena C Kmonicek and e-mail address>, Research 2001-2007 (db :2104325), RootsWeb's World Connect Project, <http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/>, updated 2009-04-11.
  2. [S69] Saint Luke's marriage record.
  3. [S99] Hutchinson county burial permit.

John Adam Neuheisel

M, (1848 - 1931)
John Adam Neuheisel, 1848-1931
FatherJohann Adam Neuheisel (1801 - 1877)
MotherTheresia Emser Neuheisel (1816 - 1876)
RelationshipGranduncle of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*8 Dec 1848 Lyons Tp, Walworth, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*12 Jan 1874 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Elizabeth Bläsius Neuheisel3 
Death*7 Jun 1931 Dimock, Hutchinson, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); arterio sclerosis-cerebral throm4 
Burial*9 Jun 1931 Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery, Dimock, Hutchinson, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)5,6 
Note*11 Jun 1931 obituary Parkston (South Dakota) Advance, Thursday 11 June 1931.6 
Biography* John Adam Neuheisel, 1848-1931:
The second of triplets born over the 8th and 9th of December in 1848, John was christened with his womb-mates at Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Burlington, Wisconsin on December 10th by the Rev. Michael Wisbauer. His sponsors were Jacob and Catharina Prasch, neighbors of the Neuheisels in Lyons Township). There is no direct evidence of where the triplets were born. Although christened in Burlington in Racine County, the family was living in Lyons Township of Walworth County, before and after 1848. This is a much more likely place of birth. Circa 1851, the family moved from Lyons Township onto a dairy farm in Franklin Township, south of the village of Plain, in Sauk County, Wisconsin. On 29 September 1873, John Neuheisel entered into an agreement to lease/buy 170.5-acres, in six parcels, from his father George Neuheisel for $450 paid now and $1100 to be paid in the future. John agreed to pay the $1100 as follows: $100 before October 1st on each of the first nine years and $200 on October 1st of the 10th year all w/o interest but John also agrees to pay all taxes plus one-third of all the grain and hay raised on the place to George and his wife as long as either of them shall live. If the contract is completed and all payments made, John shall recieve a warranty deed. if not then all payments will be considered rent and John will have no interest in the place.

John and Elizabeth came to the Dakota Territory in late 1886. There John applied for a 160-acre-homestead in Starr Township of Hutchinson County. The application, No. 8915, was made on 23 November of that year at the U.S. Land Office in Yankton, Dakota Territory (now South Dakota). He paid $14 for the parcel and occupied the place on 1 December. On 17 February 1894, a patent was issued by the Montana State Land Office. By that time, he had built a 30x18 ft one-story frame house, a 22x12 ft frame barn, a 22x16 ft granary, corn crib, outhouses, fencing, dug two wells and had 90-acres under cultivation for seven seasons. Total value of improvements - about $1000. John was thirty-eight when he moved to South Dakota in 1886. The only photo we have of him was taken with his Wisconsin siblings probably about 1896 when his younger sister Margaret Hutter died. In 1930, he was living at 106 Walnut Street, Parkston in a house he owned. The house was valued at $3,000. His daughter Lizzie, age 40 and unmarried, was living with him.

John, who had lived in Parkston for several years, died at home early on a Sunday morning of arterio sclerosis and cerebral thrombosis. He was 82 years of age. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at Saints Peter and Paul Church with the pastor Rev. Jos. Hensbach officiating. He was buried in the church cemetery. John's nephew Ignatius Blasius came up from Sioux City to attend the funeral. 

Family

Elizabeth Bläsius Neuheisel (12 Aug 1850-29 Dec 1890)
Children
Last Edited24 Dec 2010

Citations

  1. [S254] 1850 Federal Census, Walworth County, Wisconsin,.
  2. [S252] Saint Mary's IC (Burlington, Wisconsin) christening record.
  3. [S69] Saint Luke's marriage record.
  4. [S97] Hutchinson county death record.
  5. [S99] Hutchinson county burial permit.
  6. [S18] Obituary,.

Theresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl

F, (1853 - 1929)
FatherAndre Alt
MotherElisabeth Kiener Alt
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*31 Mar 1853 Threfelstine, Germany1 
Marriage*10 Jun 1873 Saint Mary's, Ithaca Tp, Richland, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Balthasar Neuheisel2 
Married Name10 Jun 1873 Neuheisel [Alt] 
Marriage*23 Nov 1896 Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Michael Bindl3 
Married Name23 Nov 1896 Bindl [Alt] 
Death*29 Jan 1929 Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Note* obituary (paper and date unknown).1 
Burial*1 Feb 1929 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)4,1 
Biography* Theresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl, 1853-1929:
Therese Alt came to the United States alone at age 18, arriving at the Port of New York aboard the ss Main on 24 June 1871. She was in Spring Green nine-days-later, on July 3rd.

After husband Balthasar died, Theresia continued to operate the farm with her children. She applied to the Bureau of Pensions to have Balthasar's invalid's pension reissued as a widow's pension. Beginning on 18 August 1892, Theresia Alt Neuheisel recieved a widow's pension of $12 per month. This included $2 per month for each of her two children under sixteen, Anton and Mary M., which would continue until they reached that age. That is, until 16 January 1894 in the case of Anton and until 19 November 1896 in the case of Mary M. On 21 November 1896, Theresia Neuheisel, widow of Balthasar, granted 100 90/160 acres in six lots in Franklin Township (57 acres in two lots in Section 7, 23 90/160 acres in three lots in Section 9, and 20 acres in Section 18) to son Henry Neuheisel for $3000. Theresia signed. Also on 21 November 1896, Henry and Katherine Neuheisel granted a mortgage to Theresia Neuheisel, both of Franklin Township, on 100 90/160 acres in six lots in Franklin Township for $1800. Henry and Katherine both signed.

Two days later, Theresia married widower Michael Bindl and went to live with him on his farm in Spring Green Township. Her four living children, ages 22, 21, 18 and 16, remained on the Franklin Township farm. The oldest son Henry had been married himself the week before. Shortly after her 2nd marriage Theresia Neuheisel (now Bindl) assigned the mortgage granted from Henry and Katherine Neuheisel to Thomas Evans of Spring Green for $1800. Theresia signed as Theresia Bindl. Circa 1912 Theresia and Michael retired and moved into the village. After Michael Bindl died in 1917, Theresia went to live with her son Anton.

Theresia, age 75, died at home in Spring Green on a Tuesday. The funeral was held at Saint John's in Spring Green with the Rev. C. B. Weikman officiating. Her burial service was held at Saint Luke's in Plain with the Rev. Chas. Surges officiating. 

Family

Balthasar Neuheisel (24 Nov 1841-17 Aug 1892)
Children
Last Edited19 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S245] Balthasar Neuheisel, Military Pension File, National Archives,.
  3. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.
  4. [S8] Tombstone.

Johann George Hornung

M, (1840 - 1877)
FatherCasper Hornung (c 1808 - )
MotherAnne (?) Hornung (c 1811 - )
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*29 Sep 1840 Bamberg, Germany1 
Marriage*b 1866 Bride=Barbara Neuheisel Hornung Kurt2 
Burial*17 Apr 1877 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3 
Death*17 Apr 1877 3 
Biography* Johann George Hornung, 1840-1877:
George farmed in Roxbury Township, Dane County, Wisconsin until late 1871 or early 1872, when he and family moved to Winfield Township in Sauk County. On 21 October 1871, George Horning was granted 40 acres in Section 19 of Winfield Township, Sauk County by Seth & Synthe Sweatland for $450. Also on 21 October 1871, George Hornung appointed Caspar Hornung, both of Dane County, as his attorney (Who is this Caspar Hornung? George's brother Caspar was a carpenter!) George signed. Barabra Hornung (his wife) marked her consent. On 16 October 1872, George and Barabra Hornung of Winfield Township, Sauk County granted a mortgage for $170 to Gustav Reinke of Reedsburg on 40 acres in Section 19 of Winfield Township for one year at 10%. George signed, Barabra marked.

On 5 January 1874, George and Barabra Hornung were granted a release by Gustav Reinke from the mortgage dated 21 October 1871. Also on 5 January 1874, George and Barabra Hornung of Winfield Township, Sauk County granted a mortgage for $165 to Mrs. Elizabeth Laymon of Reedsburg on 40 acres in Section 19 of Winfield Township at 10% in accordance with a certain note. George signed, Barabra marked. On 26 February 1875, George and Barabra Hornung granted to William Seveke both of Winfield Township, Sauk County, 40 acres in Section 19 of Winfield Township for $500. George signed, Barbara marked. On 3 March 1875, George and Barabra Hornung were granted a release by Elizabeth Laymon from the mortgage dated 5 January 1874. By June in 1875, the family was living in Franklin Township. 

Family

Barbara Neuheisel Hornung Kurt (8 Dec 1848-15 Aug 1924)
Children
Last Edited18 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S229] Family Group Sheets, October 1989 James R. Hornung, 509 Edward Street, Madison, WI 53711.
  2. [S9] Surmised.
  3. [S244] Saint Luke's burial record.

Barbara Neuheisel Hornung Kurt

F, (1848 - 1924)
Barbara (Neuheisel) Hornung Kurt, 1848-1924
FatherJohann Adam Neuheisel (1801 - 1877)
MotherTheresia Emser Neuheisel (1816 - 1876)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
ChartsNeuheisel/Emser family
Birth*8 Dec 1848 Lyons Tp, Walworth, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*b 1866 Groom=Johann George Hornung3 
Married Nameb 1866 Hornung [Neuheisel] 
Married Namec 1884 Kurt [Neuheisel] 
Marriage*c 1884 Groom=Peter Kurt4 
Death*15 Aug 1924 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)5 
Burial*19 Aug 1924 Saint Michael's cemetery, Dane, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)5 
Note*21 Aug 1924 obituary Waunakee (Wisconsin) Tribune, Thursday 21 August 1924.5 
Biography* Barbara Neuheisel Hornung Kurt, 1848-1924:
The last of triplets born over the 8th and 9th of December in 1848, Barbara was christened with her womb-mates at Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Burlington, Wisconsin on December 10th by the Rev. Michael Wisbauer. Her sponsors were John and Barbara Prasch, who were neighbors of the Neuheisels in Lyons Township. There is no direct evidence of where the triplets were born. They were christened in Burlington in Racine County. But before and after 1848, the family was living in Lyons Township of Walworth County. This is a much more likely place of birth. Circa 1851, the family moved from Lyons Township to Franklin Township in Sauk County. On 10 December 1913, Barbara Hornung of Dane County was granted Lot 8 of Block 30 in the original plat of Sauk City by Frank and Maggie Dresen for $550. (Is this our Barbara? Our Barbara's name was Kurt not Hornung!) On 3 August 1915, Mrs. Mary A. Hornung of Dane County granted Lots 9 & 10 of Block 23 in Sauk City Village to Carl Henn for $1300. (Is this Mrs. George Hornung, formerly Mary Anne Gmeinder, Barbara's daughter-in-law?)

Barbara, age 75, died on a Friday morning at the home of her daughter in Minneapolis. She was survived by one daughter, one son, two stepdaughters, and one stepson. She was preceded in death by two husbands, one daughter, and two sons. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at Saint Michael's in Dane, Wisconsin with the Rev. G. A. Hauselar officiating. 

Family

Johann George Hornung (29 Sep 1840-17 Apr 1877)
Children
Last Edited9 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S244] Saint Luke's burial record.
  2. [S254] 1850 Federal Census, Walworth County, Wisconsin,.
  3. [S9] Surmised.
  4. [S15] 1900 Federal Census, Dane Co, WI,.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.

Francisca Hornung Kort

F, (1875 - 1946)
FatherJohann George Hornung (1840 - 1877)
MotherBarbara Neuheisel Hornung Kurt (1848 - 1924)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*20 Mar 1875 Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*20 Oct 1895 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Henry Richard Kort3,4 
Married Name20 Oct 1895 Kort [Hornung] 
Death*1 Aug 1946 Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Burial*5 Aug 1946 Saint Michael's, Dane, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)2 
Note*8 Aug 1946 obituary Waunakee (Wisconsin) Tribune, Thursday 8 August 1946.2 
Biography* Francisca Hornung Kort, 1875-1946:
Christened Francisca Harnung on 4 April 1875 at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin by the Rev. L. Spitzlberger and sponsored by her aunt Franzisca Neuheisel (her mother's sister). By 1901 Francisca was living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1920, she and her family were renting at 800 Broadway in Minneapolis. In 1924, when her mother died, she was living at 849 Broadway NE in Minneapolis. Circa 1926, she moved to De Forest in Dane County, Wisconsin. In 1930, she was living on a rented farm in Vienna township, Dane County.

Francisca died on a Thursday at a Rochester hospital. She was survived by her husband, three daughters, one son, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Funeral servcies were held at 9:30 a.m. on Monday at Saint Michael's in Dane, Wisconsin with the Rev. A. J. Reinl officiating. 

Family

Henry Richard Kort (16 May 1872-18 Dec 1949)
Children
Last Edited9 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S229] Family Group Sheets, October 1989 James R. Hornung, 509 Edward Street, Madison, WI 53711.
  4. [S1602] WI pre-1907 index.

Philip Jacob Neuheisel

M, (1875 - 1963)
Philip Jacob Neuheisel, 1875-1963
FatherBalthasar Neuheisel (1841 - 1892)
MotherTheresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl (1853 - 1929)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*17 Sep 1875 Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Marriage*14 Jan 1903 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Anna Kathryn Lins Neuheisel2 
Death*19 May 1963 La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Note*21 May 1963 obituary La Crosse (Wisconsin) Tribune, Tuesday 21 May 1963.1 
Burial*22 May 1963 Sacred Heart cemetery, Cashton, Monroe, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Biography* Philip Neuheisel, 1875-1963:
Birthplace listed in his county marriage as Spring Green was more probably Franklin Township. He was christened as Philip Jacob at Saint Luke's on 26 September 1875 by the Rev. L. Spitzlberger, with his uncle and aunt, Philip & Catherine (Bettinger) Neuheisel as sponsors. His 1903 marriage was performed by the Rev. John G. Lauer and witnessed by Joseph Lins and Louisa Rieder. Philip farmed in Spring Green Township of Sauk County until 1914. Then, he moved to a farm on the outskirts of Cashton in Jefferson Township, Monroe County, Wisconsin. In 1918, at age 42, Philip was of medium height and build with brown eyes and black hair. In 1944, he moved into Cashton Village.

Philip, age 87, died on a Sunday at a La Crosse hospital after an illness of about two weeks. He was survived by his wife, five sons, two daughters, 22 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held on Wednesday at Sacred Heart in Cashton. A nephew, Rev. Donald Lins, officiated. 

Family

Anna Kathryn Lins Neuheisel (29 Jul 1883-24 Feb 1977)
Children
Last Edited23 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.

Philip Pulvermacher

M, (1875 - b 1880)
FatherMichael Pulvermacher (1847 - 1922)
MotherAgnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher (1848 - 1921)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*28 Oct 1875 Bear Creek Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Death*b 1 Jun 1880 2 
Biography* Philip Pulvermacher, 1875-bef 1880:
Christened at Saint Luke's in Plain on 31 October 1875 by the Rev. L. Spitzlberger and sponsored by his uncle and aunt, Philip and Catherine Neuheisel. 
Last Edited24 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S80] 1880 Federal Census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts,.

Margaret Elisabeth Hutter

F, (1875 - b 1885)
FatherJohn Baptist Hutter (1847 - 1928)
MotherMargaretha Mary Neuheisel Hutter (1850 - 1896)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Nickname Elisabeth 
Birth*9 Oct 1875 Spring Green Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Death*b 1 Jun 1885 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3,4 
Biography* Margaret Elisabeth Hutter, 1875-????:
Christened Margaret Elisabeth, she was known as Elizabeth. She was christened on 31 October 1875 at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wsiconsin by the Rev. L. Spitzlberger, and sponsored by Elisabeth Wachter. She died between 1 June 1880 and 1 June 1885. 
Last Edited16 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S1618] Father's land records.
  3. [S253] 1885 State Census, Sauk County, Wisconsin,.
  4. [S1619] Her father's land records.

John J. Neuheisel

M, (1876 - 1947)
FatherJohn Adam Neuheisel (1848 - 1931)
MotherElizabeth Bläsius Neuheisel (1850 - 1890)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*16 Jan 1876 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*7 Feb 1905 Goshen, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Bride=Mary Josephine Schumacher Neuheisel, Witness=Mary Neuheisel Hohn3 
Death*1 Aug 1947 Neuheisel Dairy, Parkston, Hutchinson, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); acute coronary thrombosis; Witness=Joseph Herman Neuheisel4 
Burial*4 Aug 1947 Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery, Dimock, Hutchinson, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)5,6 
Note*7 Aug 1947 obituary Parkston (South Dakota) Advance, Thursday 7 August 1947.7 
Biography* John J. Neuheisel, 1876-1947:
John was christened on 13 February 1876 at St Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin by the Rev. C. Lieghardt and sponsored by his uncle Balthasar Neuhausel. John grew to be a man of medium height and build, with blue eyes and light colored hair. In 1900, he was living with his father in Starr Township, Hutchinson County and was working as a well driller. By 1910, he was a farmer, who owned a mortgaged farm also in Starr Township. He lived on the farm until 1939, when he moved to Parkston. He lived there for the rest of his life except for two years in Portland, Oregon.

John's marriage was performed by the Rev. S. S. Brones before witnesses Matta Schumacher, her brother?, and Mary Neuheisel, his sister. Not sure where this marriage took place. The Davison County marriage record lists Goshen, South Dakota as the place. His own obituary lists Emsley, South Dakota. John was a man of medium height and build with blue eyes and light hair. He was a member of Father Dalman Chapter of the Knights of Columbus.

John, age 71, died suddenly of a heart attack at the family dairy on a Friday. He was survived by his wife, four sons, one daughter, six grandchildren, one brother, and two sisters. Two sons preceded him in death. Funeral services were held on Monday morning at Sacred Heart Church by the Rev. P. N. Scheier. Pall bearers were Jake Blasius, Fred Hohn, Mike Loos, M. C. Sullivan, John Humpa and Ben Brown. 

Family

Mary Josephine Schumacher Neuheisel (5 Jul 1884-16 Feb 1972)
Children
Last Edited20 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S80] 1880 Federal Census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts,.
  2. [S285] Draft Registration, Hutchinson County, South Dakota.
  3. [S94] Davison county marriage record.
  4. [S97] Hutchinson county death record.
  5. [S99] Hutchinson county burial permit.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.
  7. [S18] Obituary,.

Wilhelmina Hess Dodge

F, (1876 - 1932)
FatherJacob J. Hess (1843 - 1899)
MotherJosephine Neuheisel Hess (1844 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Nickname Minnie 
Birth*Oct 1876 Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1 
Marriage*3 Sep 1897 Boscobel, Grant, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Charles F. Dodge2 
Married Name3 Sep 1897 Dodge [Hess] 
Death*29 Oct 1932 Arlington Heights, Cook, Illinois (IL), United States (US)3 
Burial*31 Oct 1932 Saint John's Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)4,3 
Note*10 Nov 1932 obituary Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 10 November 1932.4 
Biography* Wilhelmina "Minnie" Hess Dodge, 1876-1932:
Wilhelmina was christened on 5 November 1876 at Saint Luke's in Plain by the Rev. Emmanuel Moppey and sponsored by Elisa Cath Hess (Wilhelmina's father had a sister named Elisabeth and a sister named Catherine - which one is this sponsor?). She and Charles were married on a Friday by the Rev. J. E. Webster. They are living in Spring Green in 1899; at 101 Lincoln in Janesville in 1900; in Arlington Heights, Cook County, Illinois in 1907, 1910 and 1912; at 307 State Road, Wheeling Tp, Arlington Heights in 1920; and, in Arlington Heights in 1928.

Minnie died at her home on a Saturday of acute bronchitis and edema of the lungs. She was attended by Dr. B. T. Best of Arlington Heights. Her funeral was held at the Arlington Heights catholic church on Monday. Burial services were conducted by the Rev. Chas. Surges. 

Family

Charles F. Dodge (Jan 1875-1960)
Children
Last Edited29 Nov 2010

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S975] Item in "Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News", 9 September 1897 p.2.
  3. [S271] Cook county death record.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.

Frances Pulvermacher Balk Duvall

F, (1877 - 1942)
FatherMichael Pulvermacher (1847 - 1922)
MotherAgnes Neuheisel Pulvermacher (1848 - 1921)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*27 Feb 1877 Bear Creek Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*9 Apr 1902 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=John Nepumocene Balk, Witness=Mary Anna Pulvermacher Pritchard1 
Married Name9 Apr 1902 Balk [Pulvermacher] 
Marriage*28 Feb 1942 Madison, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Groom=Everett DuVall3 
Married Name28 Feb 1942 DuVall [Pulvermacher] 
Note*28 Jul 1942 obituary Madison (Wisconsin) Capital Times, Tuesday 28 July 1942 and Wednesday 29 July 1942.4 
Death*28 Jul 1942 Madison, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)5 
Burial*30 Jul 1942 Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)5,4 
Biography* Frances Pulvermacher Balk, 1877-1942:
Frances was christened on 19 March 1877 at Saint Luke's by the Rev. N. Flamang and was sponsored by her aunt Francisca Neuheisel. She was living with her sister Theresa Kaul in Bear Creek Township in Sauk County when she married widower John Balk in 1902. She and John were married by Saint Luke's pastor James G. Lauer. John Frank and her sister Mary Pulvermacher were the witnesses. After their marriage she and John lived in Spring Green. Frances and John were divorced about 1924 or 1925. Frances moved to Madison and operated a restaurant (maybe more than one). She married for the second time in 1942 and died shortly thereafter. She is buried in a Madison cemetery.

Frances, age 65, a resident of 830 East Johnson Street, Madison, died at a local hospital on a Tueday after a long illness. She was survived by four daughters. Funeral services were held on Thursday from Pilgrim Congregational church with Dr. A. T. Wallace officiating. Brown and William funeral home was in charge. 

Family

John Nepumocene Balk (10 Oct 1868-29 Nov 1927)
Children
Last Edited23 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.
  2. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  3. [S7] Dane county marriage record.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.
  5. [S6] Wisconsin Dane county death record.

Michael Neuheisel

M, (1877 - 1949)
FatherJohn Adam Neuheisel (1848 - 1931)
MotherElizabeth Bläsius Neuheisel (1850 - 1890)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*24 Mar 1877 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Death*11 Jun 1949 Methodist State Hospital, Mitchell, Davison, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); cardiac decompensation; Witness=Mary Neuheisel Hohn3 
Note*13 Jun 1949 obituary Mitchell (South Dakota) Daily Republic, Monday 13 June 1949.4 
Burial*14 Jun 1949 Calvary Cemetery, Mitchell, Davison, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)3,4 
Biography* Michael Neuheisel, 1877-1949:
Christened Michael Neiheisel on 2 April 1877 at Saint Luke's in Plain, Wisconsin by the Rev. N. Flamang and sponsored by his uncle Michael Pulvermacher, husband of his father's sister Agnes. In 1900, Michael was living with his father in Starr township, Hutchinson County and was working as a well driller. By circa 1921, he was living in Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota.

Michael, age 72, died of cardiac decompensation uremeth on a Saturday at a Mitchell hospital. He was survived by one sister and ten nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on Tuesday in Holy Family church in Mitchell with Msgr. J. M. Brady officiating. 
Last Edited23 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S80] 1880 Federal Census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts,.
  3. [S95] Davison county death record.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.

Anton Balthasar Neuheisel

M, (1878 - 1953)
FatherBalthasar Neuheisel (1841 - 1892)
MotherTheresia Alt Neuheisel Bindl (1853 - 1929)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*17 Jan 1878 Franklin Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
Death*13 May 1953 Viroque, Vernon, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)2 
Note*14 May 1953 obituary Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 14 May 1953.2 
Burial*15 May 1953 Old Saint Luke's cemetery, Franklin tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3,2 
Biography* Anton "Anthony" Neuheisel, 1878-1953:
Christened Anton at Saint Luke's on 24 January 1878 by the Rev. John Metzler, with his uncle and aunt, Philip and Catharine (Bettinger) Neuheisel, as sponsors. Anton had brown eyes, auburn hair and was of medium height and build. He farmed near Spring Green from circa 1898 until he retired circa 1950 and moved into the village.

Anton died on a Tuesday night in a Viroqua hospital. He was survived by one sister and one brother. Funeral services were held on Friday from Saint John's in Spring Green. 
Last Edited19 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Luke's christening record.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S8] Tombstone.

Ludwig E. Hess

M, (1878 - 1912)
FatherJacob J. Hess (1843 - 1899)
MotherJosephine Neuheisel Hess (1844 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Nickname Louis 
Birth*12 Oct 1878 Spring Green Tp, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,2 
(Witness) Marriage3 May 1905 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Carrie Needham Jordan, Groom=Oscar P. Jordan3 
Marriage*23 Oct 1905 Saint Luke's, Plain, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Bride=Anna Rose Needham Hess Ryan4 
Death*27 Sep 1912 Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); tuberculosis2,1 
Burial*30 Sep 1912 Saint John's Cemetery, Spring Green, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)1,5,2 
Note*3 Oct 1912 obituary Spring Green (Wisconsin) Weekly Home News, Thursday 3 Oct 1912 p1.2 
Biography* Ludwig E. "Louis" Hess, 1878-1912:
Christened on 20 October 1878 at Saint Luke's in Plain by the Rev. Jos. Buss and sponsored by Ludwig Bettinger and Catherine Hutter. The church christening record lists his birthdate as 11 September 1878; his tombstone lists his birth year as 1879. Louis was working as a saloon keeper in 1905; as a painter in 1900; as a house carpenter in 1910. Also, by 1910, he owned a mortgaged house.

Louis died on a Saturday shortly after noon of tuberculosis, from which he had suffered for about three years. He was survived by his wife, three sons, his mother, two sisters, and three brothers. Funeral services were held Monday morning at Saint John's in Spring Green with the Rev. J. B. Brudermanns officiating. 

Family

Anna Rose Needham Hess Ryan (29 Jul 1885-20 Dec 1972)
Children
Last Edited19 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S925] Sauk county death record.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S880] Sauk county marriage record.
  4. [S69] Saint Luke's marriage record.
  5. [S8] Tombstone.