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bullet Jann Hinrichs Janssen KAISER was born before 1776. He died on 20 Feb 1816 in Firrel, Germany.

He was married to H. Frauke aus Strackholts HARBERTS on 9 Jun 1776. Children were: Harbert Janssen KAISER , Ahlke Janssen KAISER, Jann Hinrichs Jenssen KAISER, Jurgen (George) KAISER , Anke KAISER, Harm Janssen KAISER.


bullet Jann Hinrichs Jenssen KAISER was born on 24 Sep 1784 in Firrel, Germany. He died on 30 Jul 1841 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Jann Hinrichs Janssen KAISER and H. Frauke aus Strackholts HARBERTS .

He was married to Anke Margarethe ALBERS in 1804. Children were: Harm Janssen KEISER.


bullet Jurgen (George) KAISER was born on 27 Apr 1787 in Bagband, Germany. He died on 31 Mar 1843. Parents: Jann Hinrichs Janssen KAISER and H. Frauke aus Strackholts HARBERTS.

He was married to Elske RYKEN.


bullet Jurgen Harberts KAISER was born on 26 Aug 1812 in Firrel, Hanover, Germany. Parents: Harbert Janssen KAISER and Wubke MARTENS.

He was married to Stien Cassiens DUIS on 24 May 1836 in Strackholt, Germany.


bullet Lulu KAISER resided at in Kansas City, Jackson, MO. Parents: Herbert (Harbert) KEISER and Wilhelmine Louise A. GOLIKE.

She was married to DOLE.


bullet Lydia KAISER resided at in Kansas City, Jackson, MO. Parents: Harm KAISER and Mary FAAKEN (SP ?). Parents: Herbert (Harbert) KEISER and Wilhelmine Louise A. GOLIKE.

She was married to KNECHT.


bullet Marten KAISER was born in 1804. Parents: Harbert Janssen KAISER and Wubke MARTENS.

He was married to JUNIEL in 1830.


bullet Mary KAISER was born on 1 Dec 1852. She died on 14 Jan 1935. She resided at Harvel, Montgomery, IL. Parents: Herbert (Harbert) KEISER and Wubka Berns POST.

She was married to William Janson ZIMMERMAN on 9 Apr 1871 in Madison County, IL. (93) Married by Henry WILLMS, Minister of the Gospel. Mary had 12 children from this union. Children were: Ida ZIMMERMAN , Franklin ZIMMERMAN, Ella ZIMMERMAN, Mary ZIMMERMAN, Minnie ZIMMERMAN, Herbert ZIMMERMAN, Bertha ZIMMERMAN, Frances ZIMMERMAN, Anna ZIMMERMAN, Arthur ZIMMERMAN, Walter ZIMMERMAN, William Keiser ZIMMERMAN.


bullet Minnie KAISER resided at in Ellsworth, MN. She Married Name RADAMACHER. Parents: Herbert (Harbert) KEISER and Wubka Berns POST.

She was married to Frank RADAMACHER . Children were: Frank RADAMACHER.


bullet Son KAISER Parents: Herbert (Harbert) KEISER and Wubka Berns POST.


bullet Tetje Harberts KAISER was born on 10 Jan 1815 in Neudorf, Ostriesland, Germany. She died on 4 Nov 1897 in Iroquois Co, IL. She was buried in Schwer Lutheran Church, Ash Grove Township, Iroquois County, Illinois. They immigrated to Ship manifest has her listed as Gesche and LDS records list her as Geske.. Parents: Harbert Janssen KAISER and Wubke MARTENS.

She was married to Jan (John) Cassiens DUIS on 27 May 1838 in Hesel, Germany. Children were: Wubke/Weupka DEUS, Gesche Janssen (Kassen) DUIS/DEUS , Stine DUIS/DEUS, Harbert (Albert) DUIS/DEUS, Hanna DUIS/DEUS, Cassen (Carson) DUIS/DEUS, Jurden DUIS/DEUS, Renke DUIS/DEUS.


bullet M. KALDIJK

She was married to J. SCHOONEVELD.


bullet Annechien KAMPYON was born on 8 Apr 1892 in Midwolda, Scheemda, Groningen, (NL).

She was married to Roelf MOSSEL on 20 Jul 1917 in Finsterwolde, Ekamp, Reiderland, Groningen, (NL). Children were: Hendrik SCHUUR, Roelf MOSSEL, Hendertje MOSSEL, Tjaart MOSSEL, Geeske MOSSEL, Annechien MOSSEL, Aiko MOSSEL.


bullet Sirena Rachel KARREN

She was married to George W. CROWDER .


bullet Rosetta KATIN

She was married to Shawn WILLMS on 1 May 1999.


bullet Debbie KAY

She was married to Gary RACHAS. Children were: Keith RACHAS, Ryan RACHAS, Shanna RACHAS.


bullet Aljet KAYSER was born in 1809. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

He was married to SCHON.

He was married to EDEN.


bullet Andreas KAYSER was born in 1845 in Germany. Parents: Johann KAYSER and Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER.


bullet Anna KAYSER was born in 1815. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

She was married to SANDERSFELD in 1840.


bullet Anna KAYSER was born in 1851 in Germany. Parents: Johann KAYSER and Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER.


bullet Cobus KAYSER was born in 1841. Parents: Johann KAYSER and Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER.


bullet Gretje KAYSER was born on 8 Dec 1807 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.


bullet Hillena Janssen KAYSER was born on 4 Feb 1806 in Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany. She died on 10 Oct 1892 in Phillipsburg, Phillips, Kansas. Ellinwood, Barton, KS: The following was handwritten;
"On Monday, October tenth, eithteen hundred and ninety two, at 10p.m. Helena Kaiser, Mother of Mrs. C.A. Willms, aged eighty six years, eight months and sixteen days. Funeral at the residence of C.A. Willms at 1p.m., Thursday, October thirteenth. Services at the Methodist Episcapal church at 2:30 o'clock p.m." She was buried in Ellinwood, Barton, Kansas. She was a member of Methodist Espicopal Church. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

She was married to Harm Janssen KAISER on 8 May 1831. After husband Hiram's death, lived with daughter Minnie Kaiser (Minnie Willms) for quite sometime. From: Henry C. Willms
305 Whispering Hills
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA 71901
October 1997

KEISERS man have originally come from Holland. I (H.C. Willms) have Ortsilppenbouch Helel (OSB) 1643-1900) by Ludwig Joanne & Hans Rudolph Manger that lists members of this church from 1643-1900. This book is on micro film as LDS family history library. This was on micro fiche; LDS #0293 page col 5859 in 1989. correct title is Die Familien der Kirchengemeinde Helel. There are over 30 KEISERS in this book. I have looked through microfilm on several other OSB'S in the Hesel area and found only one Keiser, who is also listed in the Hesel book. My OSB has several Wilms families leading em to believe the migration to Lippe Germany was possible. OSB pages are not standard size.

From: James Edward Mossel & wife Nina (Davis) Miller
In 1998 went to Holland and Germany. Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany is right across the Dollard Bay (within view) from The Netherlands.

SPELLING OF NAME:
Alfred Kaiser who visited America from Germany said all the Keisers should have spelled their name with an "a". According to him there was a disagreement among the familly members, some deciding to use an "e" some deciding to use an "a", all come from the Kaiser family in Germany. He is related through both the Kaisers and Janssens.

The Harm Janssen Keiser (Kaiser) were descendants of the De Keizers who were French Huguenots and because of religious persecution fled to Holland, particularly to the province of Drenth and to Gronigon. Keizer coat-of arms-anchor and cloverleaf is preserved in the Groningen archives. As early as the sixteenth century a Keizer was the leader of an East Indian expedition, others were sailors in the company's fleet. The cloverleaf points to farming. In 1643 after the 30 Years War they left the Netherlands and settled in East Friesia, Germany where cholera had wiped out the population of whole regions. One of the Kaiser (Kaisers) ventured into the wild moorland region and settled there, the first resident of what later became the village of Firrel. Hiram Janssen Keiser and his wife Hillina Janssen Keiser emigrated from the village of Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany

Anna Janssen was the first wife of Harm (Hiram) Kaiser. Both Anna and Hiram were born, married, and lived in Germany.

Hiram Keiser's first wife Anna Janssen died in Germany. Hiram remarried Helena Janssen. Children came to America prior to father Hiram and step mother Helena. Children came to America and wrote glowing letters back to their father and step-mother, Helena, in Germany. That influnced the parents to bring their family to America.

The KAISER family, from Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany, left Bremerhaven, Germany on the sailing vessel "POST" Oct 1848. Christian P. SMITH was at the dock and saw the Hiram Kaiser family leave. When little Frances came along, he gave her blonde braids a "tweek". The trip took three months. When there was no wind the ship (POST) made very little progress and sometimes they were blown backwards during storms. There were no deaths among the crew or passengers, but some suffered terribly from seasickness. The children not so badly as the adults. There were a large number of children on board

They were almost without food and water when the ship stopped at Cuba to replenish. Frances KAISER had her 6th birthday (12 Dec 1848) on board the ship at Cuba. The weather was so hot that the resin came out of the board floor on deck. The children had to wear shoes because of the extreme heat on deck, prior to that they had gone barefooted. After putting in a supply of food and filling the water barrels they continued on to New Orleans, it took about three more weeks.

They arrived on New Year's Day, 1 Jan 1849 in New Orleans, LA, USA. After a three month voyage on the sailing vessel "POST". From there they took a Mississippi River steamer to Cairo, Alexander, Illinois. The river was so badly frozen they could go no farther. All travelers got off the boat at ten o'clock p.m. put there trunks in a circle and made a fire in the center. With men standing as guards against possible Indian attacks, the others settled down for their first cold winter's night in Illinois, USA. They saw no Indians.

About ten days later a larger river boat came along, broke through the ice and took them to Alton, IL. They made their way to Fosterburg Township, Madison County. IL. With what kind of transportation is not recorded.The Hirm Keiser family was among the early residents of the Alton, Madison Co, Illinois USA area.The Hiram Keisers and their six children first lived in a cabin with a dirt floor, rented from a Mrs. Dorsey. The building had a door but no windows, so the first improvement was a window for ventilation made by Hiram Kaiser. The family lived in this cabin until Spring. There was plenty of wood around for heating as there were forests in all directions. Hiram Kaiser was a violinist (played for dances) a bee keeper and a cabinet maker. The first winter the family lived very frugally, all resources were scarce. In February 1849, just a month after landing in America, Anna their 17 year old daughter died, then just weeks later in April another daughter, 8 year old Alma, died. Both died from "the strenuous voyage crossing." Parents often said, "Was this change of residence from Germany to America worth such a loss?

A list of Harm (Hiram ) and Hillina J. with 7 children #1) Anna H. #2) Aljet H.(Ira) #3) Jurgen H. (George) $ 4) Alma H. #5) Franke H. (Frances) #6) Hiram H. # 7) Irma Aluitmina (Minnie) was found in local birth records and signed by F. Jossman, Firrel, Germany on Oct. 13, 1847.
#1--Anna died 9 Feb. 1849 having come to America that Winter. #4--Alma died 19 April 1849 having came to America that Winter. #5--Frances K. Smith #6--Later went by the name of Henry H., a Civil War Veteran. #7 Was added after her birth in America, she went by Minnie Keiser Willms.

Hiram Keiser, a subject of the King of Hanover, became a citizen of the U.S. at the Court House, Edwardsville, Madison Co., IL 17 April 1855.

Notes on KEISER/KAISER family located in Mt. Olive Library, Mt. Olive, Maucopin, IL.

Children were: Anna H. KEISER, Aljet KEISER, Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER, Jurgen (George) H. KEISER, Almet (Alma) KEISER , Frauke H. (Frances) KEISER, Harm Janssen KEISER, Irma Aluitmina (Minnie) KEISER .


bullet Hiske Janssen KAYSER was born in 1779 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

She was married to RADEMACHER in 1823.


bullet Jan Jurjens KAYSER was born on 13 Apr 1771 in Firrel, Germany. He died on 10 May 1855 in Bagband, Germany. Parents: Jurgen Jansen KAYSER and Hiske JANSSEN.

He was married to Rixte GAARELS on 4 Nov 1804 in Bagband, Germany. Children were: Hiske Janssen KAYSER, Hillena Janssen KAYSER, Stienke Janssen KAYSER , Gretje KAYSER, Aljet KAYSER , Rixte KAYSER, Anna KAYSER .


bullet Johann KAYSER was born on 29 Apr 1817 in Firrel, Hanover, Germany. He emigrated on 8 Nov 1854 to From Breman, German to New Orleans, Lousiana USA. He emigrated on 8 Nov 1854 to Imigrated on ship: O. Thyen, passengers #119-126. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Anna Janssen MARTENS.

He was married to Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER. Children were: Johann KAYSER , Cobus KAYSER, Andreas KAYSER , Johann KAYSER, Anna KAYSER .


bullet Johann KAYSER was born in 1839 in Germany. Parents: Johann KAYSER and Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER.


bullet Johann KAYSER was born in 1848 in Germany. Parents: Johann KAYSER and Gesche WIFE OF JOHANN KAYSER.


bullet Jurgen Jansen KAYSER was born on 22 Jul 1740 in Bagband, Germany. He died on 27 Mar 1828 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Johann HINRICHS and Alcke JURGENS.

He was married to Hiske JANSSEN. Children were: Jan Jurjens KAYSER .


bullet Rixte KAYSER was born in 1812. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

She was married to SANDERSFELD in 1835.


bullet Stienke Janssen KAYSER was born in 1806. Parents: Jan Jurjens KAYSER and Rixte GAARELS.

She was married to KUPER in 1828.


bullet Catharine Irene KEEN (Private).

Children were: Ellen Joy WILLMS, Jeffrey Louis WILLMS, Laura Elizabeth WILLMS.


bulletPatricia Jane KEIGER.

She was married. Children were: Eric Matthew MILLER.


bullet Ada (Ruth) KEISER was born in 1872. She Married Name Mrs. William MILLER on 22 Oct 1907 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. She resided at St. Anthony's Infirmany Old Age. She was a Stenographer. She had the following children William MILLER Jr.. She was a in MILLER Buggy Manufacturer.. Parents: Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER and Margaret Jack ALLEN .

She was married to William D. MILLER.


bullet Albert Harms KEISER was born on 20 Aug 1857 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Harm Janssen KEISER and Maria MEINTS (MEINEN) .


bullet Aljet KEISER was born on 24 Jul 1833 in Firrel, Germany. He died on 1 Feb 1834 in 6 Months Old: Germany. He was buried in Bagband, Germany. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER .


bullet Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER was born on 1 Mar 1835 in Firrel, Hanover, Germany. He appeared on the census of in 1860 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. 1860 Census shows Ira Kiser, 25; Margaret Kiser 25 Born in Scotland, Thomas Allen 30 born in Scotland, James Allen 28 born in Scotland and August Schcjer 13 born in Illinois living in the home of IRA KISER. He died on 14 May 1894 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He was buried on 16 May 1894 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He had an estate probated on 8 Jun 1894 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER .

He was married to Margaret Jack ALLEN on 11 Nov 1858 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. As a young man Ira Kaiser and his brother George secured work at Marsha's Drug Store in Alton, Madison Co, IL making the trip daily by foot from Fosterburg until winter came. They then roomed in Alton, going home on Sundays. Ira became acquainted with a girl who was born in Scotlalnd, Margaret Wallace. They were later married and lived in Alton, Madison, IL. Children were: Ellen (Ella) KEISER, Mary Elizabeth KEISER, Lelia (LuLu) KEISER, Harriet (Hattie) KEISER, Emma KAISER, Ada (Ruth) KEISER, Allen KEISER, Irving Wallace KEISER.


bullet Allen KEISER was born in 1872 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He died in Jan 1938 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He was buried on 7 Jan 1938 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He was an Undertaking Business and Livery Stable Business. Parents: Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER and Margaret Jack ALLEN.

He was married to Edna Tilton SMITH on 1 Oct 1900 in Alton, Madison, Illinois.


bullet Almet (Alma) KEISER was born on 22 Feb 1840 in Firrel, Hanover, Germany. They immigrated on 1 Jan 1848 to Firrel, Germany arrived USA 1 Jan 1848. He (or she) died on 19 Apr 1848 in 8 Years Old: Alton, Madison, IL, USA. Alma died in April 1849 at 8 years of age, four months after arriving in America. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER .


bullet Anke Margaretha KEISER was born on 11 Apr 1848 in Firrel, Germany. She died on 2 Aug 1854 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Harm Janssen KEISER and Maria MEINTS (MEINEN).


bullet Anke Margaretha KEISER was born on 17 Nov 1861. She died in Nov 1910. Parents: Harm Janssen KEISER and Maria MEINTS (MEINEN).


bullet Anna KEISER was born on 29 Aug 1850 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Harm Janssen KEISER and Maria MEINTS (MEINEN) .


bullet Anna H. KEISER was born on 22 Nov 1831 in Firrel, Germany. She was born in 1832 in Bagband, Germany. They immigrated on 1 Jan 1848 to Firrel, Germany arrived USA 1 Jan 1848. She died on 9 Feb 1848 in 17 Years Old: Alton, Madison, IL. Anna died at 18 years of age within two months of arriving in the Alton, Maricoupin Co., IL, United States of America from Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany. She died on 9 Feb 1848 in Madison County, IL. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER.

She was married to Unknown SATTHOFF.


bullet Ellen (Ella) KEISER was born in 1860 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. She resided at Alton, Madison, IL in 1883. She died on 18 Nov 1898 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. She was buried on 21 Nov 1898 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. She was a Professional Seamstress. She never married. Parents: Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER and Margaret Jack ALLEN.


bullet Francis Herbert KEISER

She was married to Bernard F. POST . Children were: Wubka Berns POST.


bullet Frauke H. (Frances) KEISER was born on 12 Dec 1842 in Alt Firrel Kreis Leer Ostfriesland, Hanover, Germany. They immigrated in Oct 1848 to Spent 6th birthday on ship at Cuba on way to America.. She died in 1925. She was also known as HARRIET. She was also known as Frances. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER.

She was married to Christian P. SMITH in Fort Russell Township, Madison, Illinois. Children were: Elmer SMITH, Henry SMITH, Louis George William SMITH, Emma H.C. SMITH, Bertha Maria (Birdie) SMITH, Edward SMITH, Dora SMITH .


bullet Harm Janssen KEISER was born on 13 Mar 1845 in Firrel, Hanover, Germany. He died on 12 Mar 1877 in Ohio. He served in the military in Civil War. Henry H. Kaiser, Civil War Veteran, born in Germany 13 March 1845. Came to America with parent's and other children landing on 1 January 1849. The family settled near Moro, Madison, Illinois. H. Henry. Kaiser enlisted in the Army at Bunker Hill, 1 August 1861 and served in Company M., 1st Missouri Cavalry, discharged 24 August 1864. Second enlistment 8 April 1865 U.S. Veterans volunteers 9 April 1866 Company H, 8th.U.S. Veterans Volunteers to 9 April 1866. Was shot in hip. Spent much time in hospital in Washington, D.C. and later at Soldiers Home, Dayton, Ohio where he died on 12 March 1877--just one day before his 32nd birthday. Buried 15 March 1877 Soldiers' Home Cemetery--(Dayton Ohio) Section A, Lot Row 4, Grave # 16--Upright marker. He was also known as HENRY H.. He Never Married. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Hillena Janssen KAYSER.


bullet Harm Janssen KEISER was born on 19 Oct 1810 in Firrel, Germany. Parents: Jann Hinrichs Jenssen KAISER and Anke Margarethe ALBERS .

He was married to Maria MEINTS (MEINEN) on 24 Mar 1844 in Holtrip. Children were: Johann Hinrich KEISER , Mareke KEISER, Anke Margaretha KEISER, Anna KEISER, Meint Harms KEISER, Albert Harms KEISER, Anke Margaretha KEISER.


bullet Harriet (Hattie) KEISER was born in 1868 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. She was a School Teacher. Parents: Aljet H. (Ira) KEISER and Margaret Jack ALLEN.

She was married to Frank LEVIS. husband LEVIS was in Glass Works business


bullet Herbert (Harbert) KEISER was born on 21 May 1826 in Firrel, Ostfriesland, Germany. They immigrated in 1846 to America. Herbert was 21 when he came to America. He was First Baptist Church in Alton, IL in 1849. After a few years in Alton he took his letter of dismission from that church and moved to Fosterburg where he bacame one of the first charter members of the Fosterburg church. He was for many years superintendent of the sunday school and for about forty years elected as one of the deacons, filling the office most faithfully during all the years. He died on 2 Sep 1903 in Fosterburg, Madison, Illinois. Herbert H. Keiser leaves a wife and ten children to mourn his loss, yet they sorrow not as those who have no hope. He was married to his FIRST WIFE, WIBKA BERNS POST, 8 Feb 1853. They had five girls and one boy of which four girls are living at Mr. Keiser's death. Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, Harvel, Montgomery Co, IL; Mrs. Ida Meyers, Prairie Town, Mcdonough Co, IL; Mrs. Hilka Essman and Mrs. Minnie Radamacher, Ellsworth, Nobles Co, MN. He married again the SECOND WIFE MINNIE LOUISA GOLIKE, in 12 Feb 1864 God blessed their union with seven girls and three boys of which are living one boy and five girls. Mrs. Lydia Knecht, Mrs Hannah Dole, Mrs. Lulu Dole of Kansas City, MO; Mrs. Ella Knecht Childres, Indian Territory; Mrs. Emma Maxeiner and Mr. Harry Keiser, Fosterburg, IL. Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Mr. Radamacher, Pana, IL; Mrs John Keiser, Mr. Oltman, Mr. and Mrs Prange, Mt. Olive, IL. Mr. and Mrs Martin, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Meyers and four children, Herbert, George, Milton and Clara, Prairie Town, IL; Mrs. Radamacher, Ellsworth, MN; Mr and Mrs Joe Golike, West Alton; Mrs. Zimmerman and daughter Bertha, Harvel, IL; Mrs. Knecht, Mrs. Dole and two children, Kansas City, MO; Christian Smith, Edwardsville, IL; Mr. Allen Keiser, Mrs. Morfott and daughter Miss Emma Maxeiner, Alton, IL. He leaves two sisters and one brother Mrs Christian Smith, (Frances Keiser), Edwardsville, IL; Mrs. Charles Willms (Minnie Keiser), and George Keiser, Elliinwood, KS. He resided at 1846 to 1851 in Alton, Madison, Illinois. He lived in Alton five years and worked for Mr. Wade in the meat packing business. After that time he moved to Fosterburg, Madison, IL where he lived until his death. He resided at 1851 to death in Fosterburg, Madison, Illinois. Parents: Harm Janssen KAISER and Anna Janssen MARTENS.

He was married to Gerret Henry ADDEN on 30 Oct 1877 in Montgomery County, Illinois.

He was married to Wubka Berns POST on 8 Feb 1853. Children were: Mary KAISER, Ida KAISER, Hilka "Hulda/Hattie" KAISER, Minnie KAISER , Son KAISER.

He was married to Wilhelmine Louise A. GOLIKE on 12 Feb 1864. Children were: Lydia KAISER, Hannah KAISER, Lulu KAISER, Ella KAISER, Emma KAISER, Harry KAISER, Edward L. KAISER.

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