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Wilhelmine Cuno

F, #20, b. 10 August 1857, d. 20 March 1940
Relationship
Great-grandmother of Sheila Sue Altenbernd
FatherFriedrich Wilhelm Cuno d. ABT 1857 1862
MotherJuliana Braun d. circa 1861
Wilhelmine Stoerker
     Wilhelmine Cuno was also known as Cunot.1
     Wilhelmine was born in Kaiserslautern, Germany, on 10 August 1857.2,3,4,5,6,1 Other sources show Wilhelmine Cuno was born in Foreigtis, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm Cuno and Juliana Braun.
     She was baptized in Stiftskirche, Kaiserslautern, Germany, on 13 September 1857.3
     The following information was extracted from the records of John Stoerker Altenbernd.

Wilhelmine Cuno was born August 10, 1857, in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Before she was five years old both her parents would be dead. She had no brothers or sisters. For a time Wilhelmine lived with an uncle with daughters of his own. The uncle's last name was Braun. His wife looked upon the orphaned niece as a servant girl and treated her as such. It was not a happy time for Wilhelmine.

Her maternal grandfather took her out of that and made arrangements for Wilhelmine to live with another son, Carl Braun, in Louisville, KY. At the age of 14, Wilhelmine Cuno would sail the Atlantic Ocean alone to a new home in America. Later when Wilhelmine was older, she became a domestic servant, finding her way into the household of Rev. Jakob Knauss of Millstadt, IL. While in their employ, she met the Rev. Conrad Friedrich Stoerker of Cape Girardeau, MO. This quickly blossomed, and they were married on November 2, 1876 by Rev. Jakob Knauss in St. Clair County, Illinois. The parsonage in Cape Girardeau was not yet ready for occupancy, so the newly?wed Stoerker's lived for a time in the church itself.

Wilhelmine, always celebrated her birthday on August 20. It was not until Uncle Theo and Aunt Frieda made a trip to Germany in 1938 that is was discovered in the Kaiserslautern church records that her actual birth date was August 10. Wilhelmine decided that at that late date, she wasn't going to change it.
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Wilhelmine came to America shortly after her confirmation in the Kaiserslautern Church on April 2, 1871. She disembarked in New Orleans, Louisiana. (The 1900 Illinois Census - Washington County, also states her year of immigration as 1871).

Much more detailed information on the family history can be found in the book "Remembering Father and Mother -- Told As It Was" written by Theophil Stoerker.

On her marriage license, Wilhelmine used the name of Mina Cuno. I haven't seen her referred that way elsewhere, but assume it was a nickname she liked to use.

Prior to her wedding, Wilhelmine was living in Centerville, Illinois.

The 1880 Illinois Census, lists Fredrich Stoerker (minister), age 29; his wife Minnie, age 22; and children Frieda, age 2; and Alma, age 5 months as living in Brighton, Macoupin County, Illinois.

The 1910 Missouri Census, lists Fred Stoerker (clergyman), age 59; his wife Minnie, age 52; and children Ella, age 24; Fred, age 19; Julia, age 18; Flora, age 15; Theophil, age 13; Adolph, age 11; and Gottlob, age 7 as living in New Haven, Franklin County, Missouri.

The 1920 Missouri Census, lists Conrad Stoerker (preacher), age 68; his wife Wilhelmina, age 62; and daughter Julia, age 28 as living in Hartsburg, Boone County, Missouri.

Wilhelmine died on March 20, 1940. At the time of her death, she was living at 216 Meramec Street, Clayton, Misssouri. She is buried in St. John Cemetery in St. Charles, Missouri.
     Wilhelmine worked. She worked as Housewife.
     Conrad Friedrich Stoerker married Wilhelmine Cuno, daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm Cuno and Juliana Braun, in Millstadt, St Clair County, Illinois, USA, on 2 November 1876.7,5,8,9
     Minnie Stoerker was listed as Conrad Friedrich Stoerker's wife on the 1880 US Federal Census in Brighton Village, Macoupin County, Illinois, USA, enumerated 22 June 1880.10 Her age was listed as 22. She was shown as born in Bayern. Her father was born in Bayern. Her mother was born in Bayern. She was married.10
     Photo in 1893 in Morrison, Osage County, Missouri, USA.
     Minna Stoerker was listed as Fred Stoerker's wife on the 1900 Federal Census in Plum Hill Township, Washington County, Illinois, USA, enumerated 2 June 1900.6 Her birth date was listed as August 1859, age 42.. She was married and had been married for 23 years . She is the mother of 10 children. 9 children are still living. Her father was born in Germany. Her mother was born in Germany.6 She immigrated to the US in 1871 and had been in the US for 29 years. She was able to read, able to write, and able to speak English.6
     Wilhelmine Stoerker and Conrad Friedrich Stoerker lived in New Haven, Franklin County, Missouri, USA, between 1905 and 1915.11
     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker and Unknown. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Wilhelmine, C. Friedrich, and Conrad Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo in 1907. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130). Standing -- Paul, Alma, Flora, Josephine, Ella, and Julia Stoerker, Frieda and Christian Mohr
Seated -- Conrad, Wilhelmine (holding Theodore) Stoeker
Ground -- Gottlob, Theophil, and Adolph Stoerker, Waldemar Mohr.
     Photo. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130)). Paul, Wilhelmine, and Conrad Stoerker.
     Photo.
     Photo of Paul, Josephine, Conrad, Ted, Wilhelmine, and Billie (in lap) Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers(#132).
     Photo in 1912. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130). Stoerker Family 1912 -- Back: Fred, Hilda, Theophil, Flora, Alma, Frieda Mohr, Julia, Christian Mohr -- Front: Waldemar Mohr, Conrad, Wilhelmine, Gottlob.
     Photo. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130). Back Row: Julia, Theophil, Flora, and Adolph Stoerker
Front Row: Gottlob, Conrad, Wilhelmine, and Paul Stoerker.
     Wilhelmine Stoerker and Conrad Friedrich Stoerker lived in Hartsburg, Boone County, Missouri, USA, between 1915 and 1920.11
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a postcard to Alma Stoerker on 19 January 1916.
June/January[?] 19, 1916

Dear Alma,

For your birthday I selected this passage from the scriptures because I think it agrees so nicely, so take it as token for the future.

Your Mother.12

     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker on 16 September 1917. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a letter to Flora Stoerker circa 1920.
     My Dear Flora, Thank-you very much for your nice letter. I had looked forward to it. I hope that you will receive the apron for your birthday. And - with this postcard - I am sending you my congratulations to your birthday. Let's always be happy - this is a phrase taken out of the beautiful song which Pastor H... always sings. Yes, you should always be happy. Well, I hope that you can celebrate in a good health and spirit and with a nice cake. Greetings and kisses, Your Mama Wilhelimine Stoerker.13

     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Conrad and Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sheila Altenbernd (#172).
     Photo of Conrad and Wilhelmine Stoerker in Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Conrad and Wilhelmine Stoerker in Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sheila Altenbernd (#172).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker was listed as Conrad Friedrich Stoerker's wife on the 1920 US Federal Census of Hartsburg Town, Boone County, Missouri, enumerated 9 January 1920.14 Her age at her last birth date was listed as 62. She was born in Germany. Her mother tongue was German. She was married. Her father was born in Germany. His mother tongue was German. Her mother was born in Germany. Her mother tongue was German.14 She immigrated to the US in 1871. She was a naturalized citizen.14 She was able to read. She was able to write. She was able to speak English.14
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a postcard to Flora Altenbernd in 1921.
Dear Flora,

An Easter greeting from your parents.

1921.15

     Photo of Hilda Stoerker, Flora Stoerker, Will Altenbernd, Wilhelmine Stoerker, Alma Stoerker
on ground: Frederick and Eleanor Stoerker
unknown who is being held. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Stoerker Golden Wedding Anniversary -- Back - Theophil, Julia, Paul, Conrad, Ella, Fred, Adolph -- Front - Alma, Wilhelmine, Frieda, Flora, and Gottlob on 2 November 1926. Original photo in the possession of Sheila Altenbernd (#172).
     She resided in St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, in 1927.
     Wilhelmine became a widow when her husband, Conrad Friedrich Stoerker died on 13 June 1927 in St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA. She provided information on Conrad Friedrich Stoerker's death. A hemhorage was a contributory factor. He died suddenly.3,5,16,17,18,19,20,21
     Photo of Flora Altenbernd, Wilhelmine and Julia Stoerker circa 1929 at Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a letter to Flora Altenbernd and William John Altenbernd circa January 1929.
Dear Children -- Flora, William,

First, Mother wishes you a much blessed and Happy New Year 1929.
Much mercy and God's protection be with you, you loved ones.
Now I would like to thank you for all the love and good things that you loved ones have sent us for the holidays. Everything arrived in good condition. The curtains, dear Flora, make our dining room look so friendly now. The coffee tastes so much better from the new coffee post -- we made use of it right away. Your baked goods are also excellent; mother cannot bake such delicious things. Julia cut the shoulder for me, and I roasted it. Everything was so Christmas-festive and pretty packaged, even the tail for Prince.
Later we received the card where you mentioned not to open the boxes--maybe that was good since it was not very cold. Everything tasted so good. Prince knew that the tails and th chocolate were for him, almost as if he had the mental ability, and he did not rest until it was all gone.
We are still all half sick because we had the flu and are still coughing a lot. Alma was in the hospital for a few days because she had fallen. Hilde Fritz sent also all kinds of foods and some of their baked goods. So did Marie. For you girls she sent each of you a pincushion. Julia is oging to send you the one for you. Marie thought that you will be here for Christmas. Everyone enjoyed the pincushions--they are so pretty. I know you will like it too.l
Ozzie must have left already. No one else has been here other than Ella for one day. I have not seen anyone from St Louis yet, but Theodor is at home, so I htink they might still come. I've recieved a bowl with flower bulbs from pastor Bracke -- all I have to do is add water.

Thank ou for everything once more.

With my love, regards, and kisses.

Your mother

Wilhelmine Stoerker.22

     Wilhelmine Stoerker residing at at 1021 South 4th Street, St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, sent a letter to Alma Stoerker,residing at RR2, Lawrence, Kansas on 16 April 1929. The original is in German.
Dearly beloved,

I just want to send you a few lines. I received you postcard this morning. I think that it is better for Flora if she goes to the hospital. I will be praying for our Flora. May the Lord be with us. I am doing fine. Theophil and family arrived here in Emmaus on Sunday evening in spite of the rain. He phoned real late. Tomorrow, they are going to return home.

Otherwise, everything is well here.
Mama Wilhelmine Stoerker.23

     Wilhelmine Stoerker residing at at 1027 South 4th Street, St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, sent a letter to Flora Altenbernd on 21 October 1929.
Dear Flora,
Just received your letter, which we waited for already.
I miss "Goka" very much.
WShen Julia and I came into the kitchen and all your belongings still were on the table, we could not do very much. Theophil did bring the package to the mail.
Had to think very much abut JOhn and how it will be without his Mike, but now everything turned out to be find.
Yes, dear Flora, you made me very hungry, after all this niced food you had on your way home. Today I have a soup on the stove, but do not know, whether it will be as fine as yours once over here was.
As John got a dog, you could take it along wiell within your car, couldn't you?
The 2 bottles I could not enclose in the package, but we will keep them for you.
Yesterday night Emma and Carlo came suddenly over, and alos Mr. Hangel. They were here hardly for a quarter of an hour, as they want to return to Chicago today. They stayed at Paul's.
My leg still troubles, and I have to bandage it still; but it is getting better every day.
We heard from Frieda that she returned to Denver well. Mrs. Kombzock did give her soup and apple-butter along and made 6 visits over there. Now they are all happy that the "old mother" is back home again.
Frieda mentioned her large laundry duty. Also there everything has been frozen. Over in Denver everything gets well very fast. Hope you will have a safe way back home. Everybody will be happy to see you back. Did not see Paul so far.

In love, greetings and kiss -- your mom.24

     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker and John Altenbernd Late 1929 at Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a letter to William John Altenbernd and Flora Altenbernd on 21 December 1929.
To all my dear Children,
I was just in the process of writing to you and thank you for all the good meat, sausage, fat, apples, and in particular for the marvelous butter; you should receive a price for it dear Flora -- it is so good and sweet. I thought that mother used to make very good butter in previous years, but yours is still better.
The mailman just came and brought two more packages -- I had thought that the other one was our Christimas gift. This is really too much of a good thing. Please accept our most sincere thank you for it. What they contain will be revealed on Christmas Eve.

We wish you richly blessed holidays.

WIth regards and kisses to you and dear John in particular.

Mother-Grandmother Stoerker.25

     Wilhelmine Stoerker residing at at 1021 South 4th Street, St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, sent a letter to Flora Altenbernd and William John Altenbernd,residing at RR2, Lawrence, Kansas on 28 December 1929. The original is in German.
St Charles, Monday, December 28th, 1929
Dear Children! Flora Will
Soon this year is going to it's end; we don't know what the New Year will bring. But we have Jesus our faithful leader, our Savior. He is with us and so we can enter the New Year safely.
Now Christmas days are over - my loved I want to thank you very much for the love you showed us. You sent us so many things - also sweet little John gave me a picture. The nightdress I can use really good, also the nice book and the cookies. This kind of cookies only good Flora can bake. The meat we broiled at once and also the good sausage and the bacon we have eaten already. Hilda, Fritz and family came on Dec 26th to our house. Yesterday Josie and the kids, but not Theodor Paul. Theophil also stayed with Winfred for dinner. Frieda, Theophil's wife, isn't feeling very well. So, as you can see, we have had a lot of visitors. The Boovillers also stayed one night, they came with their car.
When they arrived we were at Emmaus, we have been invited there. Alma was at home, because she had to work, then she had to sleep. So they all came to Emmaus, they brought dinner over and wanted to eat with us. So we ate all they brought in at Emmaus.
Hilda had 2 roasted chickens, we have been 18 persons at Emmaus, we were sitting at the table until 10 p.m. - old Frankenfelds have been there, too.
I have to finish now, thanks again for everything.
With greetings -- Kiss
Ma and Grandma
The boys together gave me a big radio, now it's not so lonely anymore.
When everything is ready we can hear what's going on in the whole world. We have heard the Christmas progam of Germany - over the ocean - it was clear and wonderful, Silent Night and all the other songs.26

     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker in St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a letter on 16 March 1931. The original is in German.
Dear Beloved,

We were very happy hearing from you finally, as we thought you might be ill.
Now we read, how buy you were with "Firben(?)" and other things. Even little John would like to help you. He is indeed a very strong boy. later on ou will have very good support through him!
We, "Gule" and me, are not doing well these days, even if it gets slowly better.
You know, that Emma and Carroll are staying here with mother. Carroll did have an infection, but he is doing well and back to travels again.
Ella was over here yesterday and had ot see the dentist to get some teeth pulled.
You already seeded your potatoes -- over here it is still very cold and I am not going to get to grow very much, just tomatoes and vegetables.
You, Flora, ask whether we still have some fat left. There is still a gallon, but we look forward to you sending some more, as we do not have to buy any extra.
I still have 7 chickens, but they are getting old and I will slaughter them soon. Afterwards I would not like to have any more.
We did not hear from Paul, but Alma got notice, that his leg is not getting better. He has a hard time to walk. They are over there in Pittsburgh, have quite some work to do: "Gotil" together with her touch "Theile" and Manfred work. Manfred only on Saturdays.
In Emmaus things are better. Winfried and Ruth also had an infection.
How is "Schape" doing? He is John's friend, isn't he?

Greeting and love from
Mom and grandma "Stoerker."27

     Photo of Winfred, Ruth, and Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sent a letter to Flora Altenbernd and Paul Stoerker on 6 January 1933.
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Altenbernd
Route Nr. 2
Lawrence, Kansas

Dearly beloved,

I would like to know if Julia could go to the performance at her school which was the day before yesterday. She has been in bed for eight days already because she is not feeling well. The children did not leave her in peace, they have the flu too. They have the flu too at Adolph's place. Alma is still staying in bed. The lady for whom she works is very nice to her. Emma had the flu too but -- thank heavens -- she is working again at the shoe factory. Carroll had to do all the work at the school -- the same one you attended too. I hope you all are doing well.

Greetings and kisses,

Mama and grandmother.28

     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Flora and John Altenbernd and Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo.
     Photo of Julia and Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Wilhelmine Stoerker sold the property at at 1021 South Fourth Street, St Charles, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, on 16 March 1936. The property sold for $2910.00. The proceeds were distributed between Alma Stoerker (16%), Ella Stoerker (21%), Julia Stoerker (23%), and Mrs. Flora Altenbernd (40%).29
     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker on 10 August 1938 in Clayton, St Louis County, Missouri, USA. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     Photo of Wilhelmine Stoerker. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130).
     She resided at 216 Meramec Street, Clayton, St Louis County, Missouri, USA, in 1940.1
     Wilhelmine died on 20 March 1940 at 216 Meramec Street, Clayton, St Louis County, Missouri, USA, at age 82. The cause of death was hypostatic pneumonia. Theophil Stoerker provided the information on the death certificate.5,30,1
     Her obituary was published on at St Louis Globe Democrat, St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, on 22 March 1940

Stoerker, Wilhelmina (nee Cunot) -- Wed., Mar. 10, 1940, of 216 Meramec St., Clayton, beloved wife of the late Rev. C. F. Stoerker, dear mother of Mrs. Frieda Mohr, Alma, Ella, Julia, Rev. Paul Stoerker, Rev. Fred Stoerker, Rev. Theophil Stoerker, Rev. Adoph Stoerker, Mrs. Wm. Altenberndt and G. C. Stoerker, our dear mother-in-law and grandmother, in her 82nd year.
Funderal Sat., Mar. 23, 10 a.m. from Hackmann-Baue Funeral Home, 326 N. Sixth St., St Charles, Mo., to St John's Evangelical Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery.31
Wilhelmine Stoerker was buried on 23 March 1940 St John's Cemetery, St Charles County, Missouri, USA, at. Wilhelmine is buried in lot number 263, section A.31,30,5,1,32
Last Edited=11 December 2011

Children of Wilhelmine Cuno and Conrad Friedrich Stoerker

Citations

  1. [S726] Wilhilmine Stoerker (#20), Death Certificate file no. 12326 registration no. 568 (March 21, 1940), unknown repository, unknown repository address . Hereinafter cited as Death Certificate.
  2. [S94] Unknown subject, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S81] Theophil Stoerker unknown date.
  4. [S88] Flora Stoerker unknown date.
  5. [S189] Arthur Theodore Tiedemann unknown date.
  6. [S386] Fred Stoerker(#14) household, Census 1900, Washington County, Illinois, population schedule, Plum Hill, Enumeration District (ED) 144, sheet 1B, dwelling 10, family 11, National Archives micropublication T623 349, viewed at Ancestry.com.
  7. [S170] Frederick Stoerker (#14) and Mina Cuno (#20) marriage, November 2, 1876, State of Illinois -- St Clair County, Belleville, St Clair County, Illinois, USA, in. License # 74, St. Clair County, Illinois.
  8. [S130] Ruth Arlene Stoerker unknown date.
  9. [S609] Conrad Stoerker (#14) Obituary, St Charles Newspaper, St Charles, Missouri, USA, June 13, 1927 . Hereinafter cited as St Charles Newspaper.
  10. [S131] Edward Dain household, June 22, 1880 U.S. Federal Census , Macoupin County, Illinois, population schedule, town of Brighton Village, enumeration district (ED) 106, supervisor's district (SD) 6, sheet 41, dwelling 198, family 301, National Archives micropublication T9_232. Viewed at www.ancestry.com . Hereinafter cited as Stoerker, Conrad (#14) - 1880 Census.
  11. [S240] Theophil Stoerker, Told as It Was - Remembering Father and Mother (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date) . Hereinafter cited as Told as It Was - Remembering Father and Mother.
  12. [S525] Wilhelmine Cuno Alma Stoerker. January 19, 1916.
  13. [S616] Letter from Wilhelimine Stoerker (#20) (unknown author address) to Flora (#63) (unknown recipient address); Sheila Sue Altenbernd (12230 W Washington Street, Avondale, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA, at).
  14. [S807] Conrad Stoerker (#14) household, 1920 U.S. Federal Census , Boone, Missouri, population schedule, town of Hartsburg Town, enumeration district (ED) 4, supervisor's district (SD) 8, sheet 14A, dwelling 3, family 3, National Archives micropublication . Viewed at www.ancestry.com . Hereinafter cited as Stoerker, Conrad (#14) - 1920 Census.
  15. [S122] Wilhelmine Cuno Flora Stoerker. 1921.
  16. [S214] Unknown name of person Obituary, The Evangelical Chronicle of the Evangelical Church of Boonville, Missouri, Boonville, Missouri, June 15, 1927, page 2-3 . Hereinafter cited as The Evangelical Chronicle.
  17. [S89] Conrad Stoerker (#14) Obituary, Globe Democrat, St Louis, Missouri, USA, June 15, 1927, page 25 . Hereinafter cited as Globe Democrat.
  18. [S608] The Evangelical ForumJune 1927, Volume 4, number 7 (St Paul Evangelical Church),Donnellson, Iowa.
  19. [S610] Conrad Stoerker (#14) Obituary, St Charles Newspaper, St Charles, Missouri, USA, ABT June 16, 1927 . Hereinafter cited as St Charles Newspaper.
  20. [S611] Telegram from Paul Stoeker (#59) (St Charles, Missouri, USA) to Flora Stoerker (#63) (633 Clark Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri, USA), June 13, 1927; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  21. [S808] Conrad Stoerker (#14), Death Certificate 19280, June 15, 1927, St Charles, Missouri.
  22. [S1082] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (unknown author address) to William (#55) and Flora Altenbernd (#63) (unknown recipient address), Abt Jan 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  23. [S1070] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (1021 South 4th Street, St Charles, Missouri) to Alma Stoerker (#57) (RR2, Lawrence, Kansas), April 16, 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  24. [S1084] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (1027 South 4th St Charles, Missouri) to Flora Altenbernd (#63) (699 Clark Street, Jefferson City, Missouri), October 21, 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  25. [S1083] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (1021 South 4th St Charles, Missouri) to William (#55) and Flora Altenbernd (#63) (Lawrence, Kansas), December 21, 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  26. [S615] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (1021 South 4th Street, St Charles, Missouri) to William (#55) and Flora Altenbernd (#63) (RR2, Lawrence, Kansas), December 29, 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  27. [S1071] Letter from Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) (unknown author address) to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address), March 16 1931; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  28. [S1072] Wilhelmine Stoerker (#20) Flora and William Altenbernd. January 6 1933 12230 W Washington Street, Avondale, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA, at (1933).
  29. [S1081] Stoerker, Wilhellmina (#20) Receipt.
  30. [S25] John Stoerker Altenbernd unknown date.
  31. [S96] Wilhelmine Stoerker Obituary, Globe Democrat, unknown location, March 22, 1940, page 7B . Hereinafter cited as Globe Democrat.
  32. [S830] Wilber Staggemeier Sheila Altenbernd (#172). July 27, 1992 St Charles, Missouri.
  33. [S728] Alma Orlowski (#57), Death Certificate file no. 37042 registration no. 215 (December 10, 1948), unknown repository, unknown repository address . Hereinafter cited as Deatgh Certificate.
  34. [S136] Flora Stoerker (#63), Birth Certificate 455095 (Feb 4, 1957), unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  35. [S140] St. Paul's United Church of Christ - Staunton, Illinois, Stoerker (#64), Theophil - Baptism, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
 
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