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Johanna M. Holtzermann1

(Sep, 1867 - Sep, 1935)
Johanna M. Holtzermann|b. Sep, 1867\nd. Sep, 1935|p5023.htm|Christopher August Holtzermann|b. Aug 20, 1840\nd. Jul 6, 1875|p5027.htm|Elise Schetter|b. Mar 23, 1838\nd. May, 1931|p5026.htm|Jacob D. Holtzermann|b. Oct 22, 1808\nd. Mar, 1884|p5053.htm|Johanna L. Dettmer|b. Sep, 1808\nd. Mar, 1887|p5059.htm|Heinrich F. L. Schetter|b. Aug 2, 1810\nd. Nov 18, 1864|p5031.htm|Tibetha G. Holtzermann|b. Sep 22, 1810\nd. Apr, 1872|p5032.htm|

Kyah's 2nd great-grandmother.
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Descendants of Heinrich Eberhard Holtzermann
Descendants of James Madden
Descendants of Christian Friedrich Schetter
     Johanna M. Holtzermann was born in Sep, 1867 in Ohio.2,3,4,5,6,7,8 She was the daughter of Christopher August Holtzermann and Elise Schetter.

     She appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Piqua, Miami County, Ohio in the household of her parents.4

     She appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Piqua, Miami County, Ohio in the household of her mother.2

     Johanna married Claude Whitmor Madden, son of Charles Madden and Mary C. Johnson, on Nov 4, 1896.9
Claude and Johanna


     Johanna and Claude appeared with their daughter Leonore on the 1900 Federal Census of 608 17th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota in the household of Johanna's mother.5

     Claude left his family circa 1901, before his son was born, and never returned. Family lore has it that Claude married again and had more children, but we haven't yet found evidence to support this story. Adding to the mystery is that Johanna was shown as divorced in the 1910 census, but widowed in the 1920 and 1930 censuses (she died in 1935). Claude has not been located in the 1910 census yet, but he is shown as widowed in the 1920 census and on his death certificate.10

     Johanna appeared, divorced, on the 1910 Federal Census of 608 17th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota in the household of her mother Elise.6

     She appeared, widowed, on the 1920 Federal Census of 608 17th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota in the household of her brother Louis.7

     She appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of 608 17th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota in the household of her mother.8

     Johanna died in Sep, 1935 in Minneapolis at the age of 68 years.1 She was buried on Sep 26, 1935 in Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua.1

Footnotes

  1. Online Miami County, Ohio, Genealogical Researchers. Cemeteries and Gravestones.
  2. Ohio. Miami County. 1880 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T9, roll 1049. Washington: National Archives.
  3. Velechovsky, Eugenie. "Holtzermann Family Tree". In possession of her daughter.
  4. Ohio. Miami County. 1870 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication M593, roll 1244. Washington: National Archives.
  5. Minnesota. Hennepin County. 1900 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T623, roll 768. Washington: National Archives.
  6. Minnesota. Hennepin County. 1910 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T624, roll 703. Washington: National Archives.
  7. Minnesota. Hennepin County. 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T625, roll 834. Washington: National Archives.
  8. Minnesota. Hennepin County. 1930 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T626, roll 1091. Washington: National Archives.
  9. Holtzermann, Elise (Schetter). "An American Journal (A Partial Autobiography) of Elise Schetter-Holtzermann". Translated by her granddaughter-in-law Velechovsky, Eugenie, 1975/76. Copy of translation in possession of Elise's great granddaughter.
  10. Holtzermann, C. E. M., interviews with author.
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