Notes for Blanche Dora Schleicher:
census Grand Island, Hall Co., NE
617 Koenig St., household #130/140
Katie Schleiger, head, Feb 1844, age 56, widowed, 10 births, 2 surviving children, Germany/Germany/Germany, imm 1886, in US 14 yrs, Launderess
Gottlieb, son, Oct 1881, age 18, Germany/Germany/Germany, imm 1886, in US 14 yrs, day laborer
610 Koenig St., household #131/141
George Schleiger, Feb 1874, age 26, married 6 years, Germany/Germany/Germany, imm. 1886, Saloon
Katie, wife, Apr 1874, age 26, married 6 years, 3 births, 2 surviving children, Germany/Germany/Germany, imm 1891 in US 9 yrs
Blanche, daughter, May 1895, age 5, NE/Germany/Germany
John, son, Jan 1897, age 3, NE/Germany/Germany
Conrad Glous, father-in-law, Feb 1849, age 5, Russia/Russia/Russia, imm 1891 in US 9 yrs, day laborer
Adam, brother-in-law, Mar 1890 (?? was listed as age 5 months on ship passenger list in 1891), age 10, imm 1891, in US 9 yrs Germany/Russia/Russia
John, April 1892, age 8, NE/Russia/Russia
1910 census Grand Island, Hall Co.,
George Schleicher, head, age 35, married 16 years, Russia/Russia/Russia, Imm 1887, Naturalized, Proprietor Saloon
Kathrine, wife, age 36, married 16 years, 4 births, 2 surviving children, Russia/Russia/Russia, Imm 1892
Blanch, daughter, age 15, NE/Russia/Russia
John, son, age 14, NE/Russia/Russia
Son Alfred George (George Alfred?) born Dec 25, 1912 in Omaha, NE
Marriage, Record # 39 168
Nebraska Dept of Health - Bureau of Vital Statistics, Lincoln, NE
Certificate of Delayed Birth Registration #2-193926
Dated Feb. 22, 1957
Blanche Dora Schleicher, date of birth May 18, 1895, female, birthplace Grand Island, Hall Co., NE. Father George Schleicher, S-426, white, born 1875 in Germany. Mother Catherine Claus, white, born 1875 in Norka Russia
Class "A" Photostatic copy of Baptismal Certificate, Baptized June 18, 1895, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Grand Island, NE
Class "A" Photostatic copy application for life insurance, Royal Neighbors of America, dated July 24, 1917.
Place of marriage: Omaha, Douglas Co., NE
Charles Northup, residence Lincoln, NE, white, age 21, birthplace Iowa, Father Cyrus Northup, Mother Anna Potts
Miss Blanche Schleicher, residence Grand Island, NE, white, age18, birthplace Neb., Father George Schleicher, Mother Catherine Klauss
Date of License: Jan. 17, 1914
Date of Marriage: Jan 18, 1914
License # 33851
Groom N631 Bride S426
Father George Schleicher killed Oct. 7, 1914
June 5, 1917
WWI Draft Registration card
Charles Northup, age 25
Born March 27, 1892 in Shenandoah, Iowa
Medium height, medium build, blue eyes, brown hair, not bald
Address: 1407 No 26th, Lincoln, Nebraska
Occupation - Teamster
Employer - Sullivan Trans. Co., 350 No. 8th St, Lincoln, Nebraska
Married, claiming exemption from the draft due to supporting a wife and child
1920 census Lincoln, Lancaster
1070 N. 27th St. Household #241/250
Henry Hummels, head, age 49, IL/Germany/Germany, Real Estate, own
Anna, wife, age 36, imm 1890, Denmark/Denmark/Denmark
Herman L., son, age 21, NE/Germany/Denmark, Teamster, Express
William T., son, age 18, NE/Germany/Denmark, Truck Driver, Grain Company
Francis E., son, age 14, NE/Germany/Denmark
Blanche Northup, boarder, age 24, married, NE/Germany/Germany, Broommaker - factory
Alfred G., boarder, age 7, single, NE/US/NE
Charles, boarder, age 27, married, NE/US/US, Fireman - railroad
1928 City Directory
Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
Northrup Beatrice r4 Green Apts
" Blanche Mrs slsldy Grand Leader h 2845 Dudley
" Chas W (Blanche) firemn CB&Q h 2845 Dudley
" Elmer E (Beretha) dentist 1136 O h4 Green Apts
Northup Marion (wid William A) h 2400 R
1929 City Directory, Lincoln, Lancaster
Northrup Blanche Mrs clk Parke Brown & Co r 2845 Dudley
" Chas ins agt 910 N 29th
" Chas W (Blanche) fireman CB&Q h 2845 Dudley
" Harry W (Lenora) formn Kosera Dairy & Icecream Co h2604 Y
" Marion Mrs h2400 R
" Velma M pkr Gooch Food Products Co r2200 S 9th
census Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE 7th Ward, page 15B
1845 Dudley Street, household 378/406
Charles W. Northup, head, age 37, age at first marriage - 19, IA/OH/IL, Loco-fireman Railroad
Blanche D., wife, age 35, age at first marriage - 17, NE/Russia/Russia, Manager Ladies Ready To Wear
Alfred G., son, age 16, NE/IA/NE
Evening State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska)
In Municipal Court
Speeding -- Mrs. C. W. Northup pleaded not guilty, found guilty after trial, fined $3 and costs.
----- Original Message -----
From: Harold J. Schleicher
To: Kari Northup
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 5:53 PM
Subject: Re: Obit Katie Claus Schleicher Fuss
Died May 02, 1946 in Grand Island, Nebraska
Stroke Fatal to Kathrine Fuss
In Ill Health Past Seven Years; Funeral Services Sunday
Mrs. Kathrine Fuss, wife of Henry Fuss, Sr., and a resident of Grand Island for 55 years, died shortly before 8 o'clock this morning in a local hospital. Mrs. Fuss had been in ill health the last seven years, but had entered the hospital only last night after suffering a stroke. The family home is at 321 East Division.
Kathrine Claus was born in the German settlement at Norka, Russia on Apr. 5, 1875, the daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Conrad Claus. She was 16 years of age when the Claus family emigrated to America. After a residence of six months at Sutton the family came to Grand Island.
She was married to George Schleicher at Kearny. To them four children were born. Mr. Schleicher died in 1914.
On Nov. 1, 1919, she was married to Henry Fuss.
Mrs. Fuss was baptized and confirmed in her religious faith in Russia and was a member of the Pilgrims Congregational church.
Besides her husband, she is revived by her son and daughter, John H. Schleicher, Grand Island, and Mrs. Blanche Northup, Lincoln; three step-sons, Henry Fuss, Jr., Alex Fuss, and John B. Fuss, all of Grand Island; two step-daughters, Mrs. Katie Kammersell and Mrs. Henry Liebsack, Jr. both of Grand Island; four brothers, Adam and John Claus, Windsor, Colo., Pete Claus, Denver, Colo., and Henry Claus, Cheyenne, Wyo; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Cadwalder, Windsor, Colo., and Mrs. Dora Thomas, Denver, Colo.; thirteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Besides her first husband and her parents, she was preceded in death by two infant children, George and Marie Schleicher, one brother, Conrad Claus, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Jacoby, Dora Claus, and Anna Hopps.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in the Livingston-Sonderman funeral home. Rev. Emmanuel Gackle, pastor of Pilgrims Congregational Church will conduct the rites. Burial will be in Grand Island Cemetery.
Tuesday, October 9, 1962, The Lincoln Star
Northup, Charles W., 70, 2845 Dudley, retired Burlington engineer, died Sunday. Member of B. L. of F. and E. Lodge 179. Born at Shenandoah, IA. Lincoln resident since 1910. Survivors; wife, Blanche; son G.A. of North Platte; sisters Mrs. Ruth N. Murphy of Washington DC, Mrs. Rachel N. Easterling of Seminole, OK, and Mrs. Mary N. Conyers of Fall River, KS; 4 grandchildren; five great grandchildren. Services: 2 pm Thursday, Roper & Sons, 4300 O. Wyuka (cemetery). The Rev. Carl Davidson.
March 22, 1969 (Saturday) Lincoln Evening Journal:
Northup, Blanche D., 73, 2845 Dudley, died Saturday. Born Grand Island, Lincoln resident 50 years. Member Ladies Auxiliary Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen #456, Ladies Auxiliary Burlington Veterans and Auxiliary of Local Firemen and Engineers. Survivors: son, George A. (Kelly), North Platte: four grandchildren; five great grandchildren. Roper & Sons, 4300 O.