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John E Lanz Sr

M, ID# 117, (1861 - 1946)
John E. Lanz
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Father*Johannes "John" Lanz1 b. 28 Aug 1831, d. 28 Nov 1901
Mother*Catherina Schick b. 27 Sep 1836, d. 15 Jul 1897

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     John E Lanz Sr was born on 2 February 1861 Wellesley County, Ontario, Canada Bible states he was born in North Easthope.2,3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Schick.1
     John E Lanz Sr appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.1 John E Lanz Sr witnessed the marriage of Johann "John" Reinwald and Katharine "Katie" Lanz on 23 July 1878 in St James' Evangelical Lutheran Church, Wellesley, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.8,9,10,11
     John E Lanz Sr appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.12
     On 24 March 1885, John E Lanz Sr married Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf, daughter of Johannes S. "John" Zulaf and Sallie Shamber, in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska.13
     John E Lanz Sr appeared on the 1885 State Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.14
     John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, enumerated 11 June 1900. Their children John Eduard, Anna Barbara, Clara Maria Emille and Selma Catharina were listed as living with them, also in the household was Johannes "John" Lanz, John's widowed father.15
     In the 30 November 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the The Plymouth News, circulated in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska, John E Lanz Sr, Emillie Runge, Katharine Reinwald, Mary Elizabeth Aebig, Philip Lanz, George Henry Lanz and Conrad Lanz were listed as a survivor.16
     In the 7 December 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the Jefferson County Journal, circulated in Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Katharine Reinwald, John E Lanz Sr, Philip Lanz, Mary Elizabeth Aebig, George Henry Lanz, Conrad Lanz and Millie Runge were listed as a survivor child; his children.17
     John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf immigrated to Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada, with his family John Eduard Lanz Jr, Anna Barbara Lanz, Clara Maria Emille Lanz, Selma Catharina Lanz and Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz arriving on 1904.18
     On the 1906 Canadian Census , John E Lanz Sr was listed as the head of the family and Elizabeth, was listed as his wife living at Sec 26, Twsp 43, Rge 5, 3W Meridian in Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also included in the household: John Eduard Lanz Jr, Anna Barbara Lanz, Clara Maria Emille Lanz, Selma Catharina Lanz and Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz.18 On 8 April 1909, John E Lanz Sr was living on the homestead in NW ¼ Sec 32 Twp 43 R 5W 3rd PM, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada.19
     On the 1911 Canadian Census of Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada, John was listed as the head of the family and Elizabeth, his wife. Also included in the household: John Eduard Lanz Jr, Anna Barbara Lanz, Clara Maria Emille Lanz, Selma Catharina Lanz and Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz.20 John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf emmigrated from Laird, Saskatchewan, along with John Eduard Lanz Jr, Anna Barbara Lanz, Clara Maria Emille Lanz, Selma Catharina Lanz and Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz, leaving on 5 March 1912.6
     John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf immigrated to Emerson, Minnesota, with his family John Eduard Lanz Jr, Anna Barbara Lanz, Clara Maria Emille Lanz, Selma Catharina Lanz and Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz, aboard the Great Northern Railway arriving on 6 March 1912.6
     John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf filed the Petition of Naturalization on 8 January 1919. And Elizabeth were residing at Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska.5,6
     John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Plymouth Village, Jefferson, Nebraska, at Madison Avenue, enumerated 17 April 1920. Their children Selma Catharina and Rosa were listed as living with them.21
     John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Plymouth Village, Jefferson, Nebraska, enumerated 22 April 1930. Their daughter Rosine Anna Elizabeth was listed as living with them.22
     John E Lanz Sr died on 14 June 1946 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, at the age of 85.23,24
     John was buried in June 1946 in the Woodlawn Cemetery, located in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska .4

Children of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf

Citations

  1. [S230] 1871 Canadian Census Population Schedule, North Easthope, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Division 4, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) Micropublication #0349151, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. [S247] 24 Mar 1920 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, Micropublication series T625, roll 985 , 1920 Census Plymouth, Jefferson, NE.
  3. [S23] Letter from Jean Copley to Ginni Morey, 4 Mar 1998; Ginni Morey (9855 N. Sooner Lane, Marana, Pima, Arizona). Jean Copley daughter of Edward Reinwald, Compiled Family History.
  4. [S87] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Jeffeson County Nebraska, Volume 1 (Fairbury, NE: Jefferson County Genealogical Society , 1983), Woodlawn Cemetery. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson, NE Cemeteries.
  5. [S79] John E. Lanz, Declaration of Intent, 505489, John E Lanz, declaration of intent, Case 88 (1912) and petition for naturalization, 505489 (1919); District Court of Nebraska, County of Jefferson, Fairbury, Nebraska (1912); Nebraska State Historical Society, P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  6. [S360] John E. Lanz, Petition for Naturalization, File # 505489 (8 Mar 1912); Jefferson County NE Judge, Jefferson County Courthouse, Fairbury, Nebraska.
  7. [S608] John & Elizabeth Lanz Family, John & Elizabeth Lanz's Family Bible, Martin Luther Translation 1871); Anita Koppert, Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as John Lanz's Family Bible.
  8. [S237] Marriage of Johann Reinwald and Katherine Lanz: Wellesley Division, County of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Marriage Registration #0111021, Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as MC Reinwald / Lanz.
  9. [S23] Letter from Jean Copley to Ginni Morey, 4 Mar 1998; Ginni Morey (9855 N. Sooner Lane, Marana, Pima, Arizona). Jean Copley daughter of Edward Reinwald.
  10. [S320] Reinwald and Lanz Family, Edith Reinwald's Family Bible Publication date not listed); Ginni Morey, Campbell, California, Edith Reinwald's Family Bible in the possession of Ginni Morey, Campbell California .. Hereinafter cited as Edith Reinwald's Family Bible.
  11. [S229] John Reinwald, Death Certificate Cert #5263 (1930), Saskatchewan Department of Health, Vital Statistics, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Hereinafter cited as Death Cert, John Reinwald.
  12. [S260] 4 Jun 1880 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archive Micropublication Series T9, Roll 751 , John Lanz Household, Jefferson County, NE,Enumeration District 283, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 1, Dwelling 1, Family 1.
  13. [S81] Anita F. Koppert, "John Lanz Family," e-mail message from e-mail address to Ginni Morey. Hereinafter cited as "John Lanz Family."
  14. [S541] 1885 Nebraska State Census, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Ancestry.com Family History Library [FHL] Micropublication #499557, Online Database, Provo, Utah, John Lantz household, page 9B, ED 444/192, downloaded 26 October 2002.
  15. [S249] 13 Jun 1900 population schedule, Jefferson County Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series T623, roll 931 , John E. Lanz Household, town of Plymouth, Enumeration District 89, supervisors's district 4, Sheet 212, dwelling 70, family 46.
  16. [S49] John Lanz Obituary, Plymouth News, Plymouth, Jefferson, Ne, 30 Nov 1901. Hereinafter cited as John Lanz Obituary.
  17. [S264] John Lanz's Obituary, Jefferson County Journal, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, 7 Dec 1901, page 1, Column 3. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson Cnty Journal.
  18. [S567] 1906 Canadian Census, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada, District 16, Sub District 16, Division Saskatchewan, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  19. [S359] John E Lanz homestead land dated 8 April 1909 ; Family History Library (FHL) Microfilm #1332944, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  20. [S977] 1911 Canadian Census, Saskatchewan, Canada, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  21. [S247] 24 Mar 1920 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, Micropublication series T625, roll 985 , John Lanz Household, village of Plymouth, Plymouth Precinct, Enumeration District [ED] 110, Sheet 9A, Dwelling 141, Family 141.
  22. [S529] Apr 1930 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication series T626, roll 1283 , John Lanz Household, Plymouth Precinct, Enumeration District [ED] 48-24, Supervisor's District 11, Sheet 2B, Dwelling 60, Family 60.
  23. [S30] John Lanz, Jefferson County, Nebraska Probate Index , Jefferson County NE Courthouse, Jefferson County Courthouse Recorder of Deeds, Fairbury, Nebraska, John E. Lanz probate file dated 14 Jun 1946, Rosanna M. Wiegert, Deputy Clerk, Jefferson County Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson Cnty NE Probate Index.
  24. [S50] John Lanz, Jefferson County, Nebraska Probate Records 2995, Jefferson County NE Courthouse, Jefferson County Courthouse Recorder of Deeds, Fairbury, Nebraska, Petition of Administration for Final Settlement of Account, County Judges office, Fairbury, Jefferson, NE.. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson NE Probate.
  25. [S231] Jefferson County Nebraska Land Evidence Book 9: page 122., Jefferson County NE Courthouse, Jefferson County Courthouse Recorder of Deeds, Fairbury, Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as Land Deed Jefferson NE.
  26. [S231] Jefferson County Nebraska Land Evidence Book 9: Book 23, page 365, Jefferson County NE Courthouse, Jefferson County Courthouse Recorder of Deeds, Fairbury, Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as Land Deed Jefferson NE.

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John Eduard Lanz Jr1

M, ID# 630, (1889 - 1961)
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Father*John E Lanz Sr b. 2 Feb 1861, d. 14 Jun 1946
Mother*Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf b. 29 Jun 1867, d. 31 Mar 1939

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     John Eduard Lanz Jr was born on 15 November 1889 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska.2,3,4,1 He was the son of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf.
     John Eduard Lanz Jr was baptized on 22 December 1889 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, son of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf.5
     John Eduard Lanz Jr appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of his parents, John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz.3
     John Eduard Lanz Jr was confirmed on 12 June 1903 in the St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Stony Hill, in Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada.6
     John Eduard Lanz Jr immigrated to Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada, with his parents, John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf arriving on 1904.7
     John was listed as a son in the household of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabethon the 1906 Canadian Census in Sec 26, Twsp 43, Rge 5, 3W Meridian, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also included was his sister, Anna, Clara, Selma and Rosine.7
John was listed as a son in the household of John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz, on the 1911 Canadian Census in Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also included was his sister, Anna, Clara, Selma and Rosine.8 John Eduard Lanz Jr emigrated with John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf on 5 March 1912 from Laird, Saskatchewan.9
     John Eduard Lanz Jr immigrated to Emerson, Minnesota, with his parents, John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf, aboard the Great Northern Railway arriving on 6 March 1912.9
     On 28 June 1915, John Eduard Lanz Jr married Muriel L. Simpson in.10,4
     On 29 May 1917, John Eduard Lanz Jr was listed on the 1917 - 1918 draft list living at Ohiowa, Filmore, Nebraska. He lists his occupation as the Superintendent of Public Schools.1 John was Writer in in Glendale, Los Angeles, California.11 He was naturalized with John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, on 8 January 1919.12,9
     John Eduard Lanz Jr and Muriel L. Lanz appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Juneau, 1st Judicial District, Alaska Territory, at 529 East Street, enumerated 13 February 1920.13
     John Eduard Lanz Jr and Muriel L. Simpson appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of South Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, at 1938 Mill Road, enumerated 2 April 1930.10
     John Eduard Lanz Jr died on 8 November 1961 in Los Angeles County, California, at the age of 71.14

Family: John Eduard Lanz Jr and Muriel L. Simpson

Citations

  1. [S935] WWI Draft Cards, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18, online at<http://www.ancestry.com>, viewed online 2 June 2005. Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft Reg. Cards 1917-18.
  2. [S47] St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 100 years of Grace, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Nebraska. 1880 - 1980 (privately published: St. Paul's Lutheran Church , 1980). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
  3. [S249] 13 Jun 1900 population schedule, Jefferson County Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series T623, roll 931 , John E. Lanz Household, town of Plymouth, Enumeration District 89, supervisors's district 4, Sheet 212, dwelling 70, family 46.
  4. [S608] John & Elizabeth Lanz Family, John & Elizabeth Lanz's Family Bible, Martin Luther Translation 1871); Anita Koppert, Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as John Lanz's Family Bible.
  5. [S47] St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 100 years of Grace, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Nebraska. 1880 - 1980 (privately published: St. Paul's Lutheran Church , 1980), page 36. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
  6. [S571] Paul W. Riegert, One Hundred Years of God's Grace, St John's Lutheran Church at Stony Hill Laird SK Canada (103 Mayfair Crescent, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 5T9: Reampeck Publishers , 2001), Confirmations, page 109. Hereinafter cited as St John's Lutheran Church, Stony Hill.
  7. [S567] 1906 Canadian Census, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada, District 16, Sub District 16, Division Saskatchewan, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  8. [S977] 1911 Canadian Census, Saskatchewan, Canada, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  9. [S360] John E. Lanz, Petition for Naturalization, File # 505489 (8 Mar 1912); Jefferson County NE Judge, Jefferson County Courthouse, Fairbury, Nebraska.
  10. [S557] 5 Apr 1930 Population schedule, Alhambra City, Los Angeles Cnty, California, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series T626, roll 173 , John E. Lanz Household, City of South Pasadena, H Precinct, Enumeration District [ED] 19-1518, Sheet 6A / 182, Dwelling 184, Family 164.
  11. [S144] Anya Nunes, "John Lanz," e-mail message from e-mail address to Ginni Morey, 9 Sep 2000. Hereinafter cited as "John Lanz."
  12. [S79] John E. Lanz, Declaration of Intent, 505489, John E Lanz, declaration of intent, Case 88 (1912) and petition for naturalization, 505489 (1919); District Court of Nebraska, County of Jefferson, Fairbury, Nebraska (1912); Nebraska State Historical Society, P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  13. [S610] Jan 1920 US Census population schedule, 1st Judicial Dist, Alaska Territory, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series T625, roll 2030 , John E. Lanz Household, Juneau, First Judicial District, Enumeration District [ED] 15, Page 25A, Dwelling 529.
  14. [S609] California Death Index 1940-1997, online http://www.ancestry.com , viewed online 2 June 2005. Hereinafter cited as CA Death Idx 1940 - 97.

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Mary Lanz1

F, ID# 1740, (circa 1850 - 1903)
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Father*Heinrich Lanz b. 20 Dec 1820, d. 19 Jun 1893
Mother*Anna Marie Merlau b. 31 Aug 1834, d. 17 Apr 1905

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     Mary Lanz was born circa 1850 Perth County, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Merlau.
     Mary Lanz appeared on the 1861 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Henry Lanz and Anna Marie Lanz.3
     On 20 March 1870, Mary Lanz married Henry Koch in Waterloo County County, Ontario.4,5
     Mary Cook and Henry Cook appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada, enumerated 4 April 1881.2
     Mary Koch was mentioned in the will of her father, Heinrich Lanz filed on 17 March 1888 in North Easthope Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. The will also mentions: Anna Marie Lanz, Catherina Knechtel, John Lanz, Anna Catherine Lanz, Henry Lanz, Emma Mohr, Elizabeth Paff, Minnie Lanz, Henry Paff Sr. and Valentine Knechtel.6
     Mary Lanz died on 7 March 1903 in Ontario, Canada.7
     Mary was buried after 7 March 1903 St. James Lutheran Cemetery, in North Easthope Township, Perth, Ontario, Canada. Under her second married name MERLAU.

Family: Mary Lanz and Henry Koch

Citations

  1. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998). Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  2. [S232] 1881 Canadian Census, Perth Cnty, Ontario, Canada, Sub District b, Division 2, Family History Library (FHL) [FHL] micropublication #1375907, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah www.familysearch.com.
  3. [S188] 1861 Canadian Population Schedule, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) microfilm #0349311, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998), page 293, Concession 5 Lot 17. Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  5. [S595] Ontario, 1869-1886 Marriage Index Volume 2, Waterloo County, Family History Library (FHL) 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Viewed online Genealogy.com (http://www.genealogy.com). Hereinafter cited as Ontario, 1869-1886 Marriage Index Volume 2.
  6. [S618] Henry Lanz will (17 Mar 1888), Perth County, Ontario, Canada Register G page 223 thru 225, Family History Library (FHL) Film # 484926, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Will, Henry Lanz.
  7. [S32] Perth Branch. Ontario Genealogical Society, St James Lutheran Cemetery (Box 9, Stratford, On N5A 6S9: Stratford, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Genealogical Society, Perth County Branch , 1995), page 8, Section B, Row 1, Number 29. Hereinafter cited as St James Lutheran Cemetery.

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Mary Elizabeth Lanz

F, ID# 119, (1866 - 1947)
Mary Lanz
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Father*Johannes "John" Lanz1 b. 28 Aug 1831, d. 28 Nov 1901
Mother*Catherina Schick b. 27 Sep 1836, d. 15 Jul 1897

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     Mary Elizabeth Lanz was born on 28 June 1866 in Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Schick.1
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.1
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.3 Mary Elizabeth Lanz, and Philip Lanz, George Henry Lanz, Anna Barbara "Annie" Lanz, Conrad Lanz and Emillie Lanz appeared on the 2 April 1883 census in in School District No. 43, Jefferson County, Nebraska, in the household of Johannes "John" Lanz; The family is living on land described as Township 4, Section 19, NE portion.4
     In 1885, Mary Elizabeth Lanz married Jacob Daniel Aebig at St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska.5
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1885 State Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.6
     In the 30 November 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the The Plymouth News, circulated in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska, John E Lanz Sr, Emillie Runge, Katharine Reinwald, Mary Elizabeth Aebig, Philip Lanz, George Henry Lanz and Conrad Lanz were listed as a survivor.7
     In the 7 December 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the Jefferson County Journal, circulated in Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Katharine Reinwald, John E Lanz Sr, Philip Lanz, Mary Elizabeth Aebig, George Henry Lanz, Conrad Lanz and Millie Runge were listed as a survivor child; his children.8
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz died on 10 June 1947 in Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the age of 80.2,9
     Mary was buried after 10 June 1947 in the Stony Hill Cemetery, located in Laird, Saskatchewan , Canada. Tombstone located Row B grave 17.9

Children of Mary Elizabeth Lanz and Jacob Daniel Aebig

Citations

  1. [S230] 1871 Canadian Census Population Schedule, North Easthope, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Division 4, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) Micropublication #0349151, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. [S23] Letter from Jean Copley to Ginni Morey, 4 Mar 1998; Ginni Morey (9855 N. Sooner Lane, Marana, Pima, Arizona). Jean Copley daughter of Edward Reinwald, Compiled Family History.
  3. [S260] 4 Jun 1880 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archive Micropublication Series T9, Roll 751 , John Lanz Household, Jefferson County, NE,Enumeration District 283, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 1, Dwelling 1, Family 1.
  4. [S265] John Lantz, 2 Apr 1883 School Census, Jefferson County Nebraska, Nebraska State Historical Society , P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  5. [S47] St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 100 years of Grace, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Nebraska. 1880 - 1980 (privately published: St. Paul's Lutheran Church , 1980). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
  6. [S541] 1885 Nebraska State Census, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Ancestry.com Family History Library [FHL] Micropublication #499557, Online Database, Provo, Utah, John Lantz household, page 9B, ED 444/192, downloaded 26 October 2002.
  7. [S49] John Lanz Obituary, Plymouth News, Plymouth, Jefferson, Ne, 30 Nov 1901. Hereinafter cited as John Lanz Obituary.
  8. [S264] John Lanz's Obituary, Jefferson County Journal, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, 7 Dec 1901, page 1, Column 3. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson Cnty Journal.
  9. [S40] Transcribed by John P. Nickel, Stoney Hill Cemetery Transcripts (Box 1894, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4P 3E1: Saskatchewan Genealogical Society , 6 August 1993). Hereinafter cited as Stoney Hill Cemetery.
  10. [S841] Dr. P. W. Riegert, 2005 Memories (Regina Saskatchewan: Privately Published , 1979), viewed online 21 Jan 2005, page16. Hereinafter cited as 2005 Memories.

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Minnie Lanz1

F, ID# 1739, (1868 - )
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Father*Heinrich Lanz b. 20 Dec 1820, d. 19 Jun 1893
Mother*Anna Marie Merlau b. 31 Aug 1834, d. 17 Apr 1905

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You may copy them for your personal use, but please respect my copyright and do not republish them in any form, including copying them to your tree on Ancestry or elsewhere, unless you have obtained written permission from me.
Many of the images are also copyrighted, and may not be copied without the consent of the copyright holders.
     Minnie Lanz was born in 1868, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Merlau.
     Minnie Lanz appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Lanz.2
     Minnie Lanz was mentioned in the will of her father, Heinrich Lanz filed on 17 March 1888 in North Easthope Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. The will also mentions: Anna Marie Lanz, Catherina Knechtel, John Lanz, Anna Catherine Lanz, Henry Lanz, Emma Mohr, Elizabeth Paff, Mary Koch, Henry Paff Sr. and Valentine Knechtel.3

Citations

  1. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998). Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  2. [S232] 1881 Canadian Census, Perth Cnty, Ontario, Canada, Sub District b, Division 2, Family History Library (FHL) [FHL] micropublication #1375907, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah www.familysearch.com.
  3. [S618] Henry Lanz will (17 Mar 1888), Perth County, Ontario, Canada Register G page 223 thru 225, Family History Library (FHL) Film # 484926, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Will, Henry Lanz.

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