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Johannes "John" Kieler (1800-1882)
Barbara (Kieler) Uthe (1836-1917)
Mathilda (Uthe) Schumacher (1865-1897)
Anna (Schumacher) Gerken (1895-1967)
Joan (Gerken) Larson (1926-1994)
Thomas Larson (1962-)

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Frank Uthe (1858-1930) was a brother of my great-grandmother Mathilda (Uthe) Schumacher. Frank Uthe married Mary Weber (1863-1898). After Mary died, Frank married Martha Elsner (1879-1970). They farmed northwest of Gilbert, Iowa, in Harrison Township of Boone County.    T.L.

Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe
Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe

Frank Uthe was born in January 1858 in Wisconsin, likely in Paris Township in Grant County, son of Frank and Barbara (Kieler) Uthe. Frank Uthe married Mary Weber on November 25, 1884, in Grant County, Wisconsin. Mary Weber was born on March 21, 1863, in Illinois (likely in Menominee Township in Jo Daviess County), daughter of Bernard and Louisa Weber.* Her mother Louisa was widowed and in 1864 married Conrad Lange, who thus became Mary's stepfather; in 1870 the family was part of the Conrad Lange household in Paris Township, Grant County, Wisconsin.
* = various online sources have Louisa's maiden name (presumably) as Schnieholz, Schnuholz, Schneeganz, Schneegans, and Schnagan.

Frank and Mary Uthe lived in Marshall County, Iowa, before moving to a farm northwest of Gilbert, Iowa, in Harrison Township, Boone County. Frank and Mary Uthe had six children: Frank, Anton, Magdalene "Lena," John, Joseph, and Barbara.

Mary Uthe dies.
Mary (Weber) Uthe, 35, died on Monday, July 25, 1898, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa. She was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township. Her gravestone reads "We have loved her in life, let us not forget her in death. Good-bye, dear Mamma."

Frank Uthe married Martha Elsner on April 23, 1901, at Gilbert, Story County, Iowa. Martha Elsner was born on May 1, 1879, in Germany, daughter of Raymond and Anna (Reinsch) Elsner, and came to America in 1890.

Frank and Martha Uthe had eleven children: Alouies "Ollie," Christina, Elizabeth, Frederick, Anna, Alma, Bertha, Raymond, Arthur, Sylvester, and Dorothy.

Frank Uthe died on Monday, May 12, 1930, of kidney trouble and complications, and he was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

FRANK UTHE DIES AT HOME MONDAY.
GILBERT--Frank Uthe, 71, died at his home northwest of here near Sts. Peter and Paul's church Monday night. For more than a year he had been ill, and for the last two months was confined to his bed.
      Funeral services will be held in the Catholic church near his home at 9:20 a.m. Wednesday morning. Burial will be made in the cemetery there.
      Mr. Uthe is survived by his wife Martha and five sons and five other children by a former marriage. Those of the last marriage are Christine, Elizabeth, Bertha, Anne, Dorothy, Fred, Raymond, Arthur and Sylvester, all of whom are at home. Ollie, the eldest son of this marriage is located on a farm northwest of Boone.
      Those of Mr. Uthe's first marriage who survive him are Anton, John, Joe, Lena and Mrs. Carl Beyers. Frank Jr., died last October.
from the Ames Daily Tribune Times, Tuesday, May 13, 1930, page 2.

Martha (Elsner) Uthe died on Wedesday, January 21, 1970, and she was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

Martha Uthe rites Saturday.
Mrs. Martha Uthe, 90, died Jan. 21, at the Boone County Hospital, Boone.
      Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. at the Schroeder Funeral Home in Boone.
      Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. from Sacred Heart Church in Boone. Burial will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery north of Gilbert.
      Mrs. Uthe was preceded in death by her husband, Frank, Sr., May 12, 1930. She was also preceded in death by an infant daughter and three step-children.
      Survivors include five sons, A.H. Uthe, Williams; Arthur Uthe, Saugus, Calif.; Fred Uthe, Alden; Raymond Uthe, Boone, and Sylvester Uthe, Route 2; five daughters, Mrs. Christine Sullivan, Mrs. Elizabeth Ivis, Mrs. Anne Garvey, all of Boone; Mrs. Dorothy Welsh, Colo, and Mrs. Bertha Day of Clarion; three step-children, Lena Uthe, Des Moines; Anton Uthe of Osage and Joe Uthe of Des Moines.
      Mrs. Uthe is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Sophie Wirth, Nevada and Mrs. Anna Wirth, Route 1, and a brother, Raymond Elsner, Route 1.
from the Ames Daily Tribune, Thursday, January 22, 1970, page 8.


Children of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe:

  1. Frank Uthe was born in July 29, 1886, at Van Cleve, Marshall County, Iowa, son of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe. In 1910 and 1920, according to thos years U.S. censuses, Frank was living in a household with his brother Anton. In April 1921, Frank Uthe married Teresa Minch. Teresa was born on April 5, 1890, in Illinois, daughter of Joseph and Sophia (Haas) Minch of Auburn, Sangamon County, Illinois. Frank and Teresa Uthe lived near Gilbert in Story County, Iowa.

    Frank Uthe died on Wednesday, September 4, 1929, of a heart condition.

    Frank Uthe, Jr., Dies Suddenly Wednesday.
    GILBERT, Ia. Sept. 5.--Frank Uthe, Jr., 43 years old, dropped dead about 5 o'clock Wednesday morning, in the yard of his home three miles northeast of here. His death was attributed to leakage of the heart from which he had suffered for many years.
          Mr. Uthe was a son of Frank Uthe, a farmer here. In April of 1921, he was married to Teresa Minch of Springfield, Ill., who survives him. The couple had no children. Mr. Uthe is also survived by three brothers, John, Joe, and Tony, all of Gilbert, Ia., two sisters, Lena Uthe of Des Moines, Ia., and Mrs. Barbara Beyers of Dows, Ia.; three half brothers, Fred, Raymond, and Ollie, and four half sisters, Christine, Anna, Elizabeth, and Bertha.
    from the Ames Daily Tribune And Evening Times, Friday, September 5, 1929.
    Frank Uthe Rites Held This Morning.
    GILBERT, Ia. Sept. 6.--Funeral services for Frank Uthe, 43, who died suddenly Wednesday at his home northeast of here, were held this morning at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. The body was taken to Springfield, Ill., for burial.
    from the Ames Daily Tribune And Evening Times, Friday, September 6, 1929.
    Frank Uthe Rites Held at Springfield.
    GILBERT, Ia. Sept. 12.--Burial services for Frank Uthe, Jr., 43, who died suddenly Wednesday of last week at his home northeast of here, were held Saturday in Springfield, Ill.
          The body was accompanied to Springfield by Mrs. Uthe; a sister Lena Uthe of Des Moines, Ia.; two brothers, John and Anton of Gilbert, Ia.; and a half brother, Ollie, of near Boone, Ia.
          Mrs. Uthe, who was Teresa Minch, will remain in Springfield, which was formerly her home.
    from the Ames Daily Tribune And Evening Times, Thursday, September 12, 1929.

    Teresa Uthe died in August 1970 with a last residence of Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. Frank and Teresa Uthe are buried with her parents in Calvary Cemetery at Springfield, Illinois.

  2. Anton Uthe was born December 5, 1887, in Van Cleve, Marshall County, Iowa, son of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe. Anton Uthe married Esther Reichart circa 1917. Esther was born in 1888 in Missouri, daughter of Bernard and Mathilda (Kenney) Reichart.
    * = Van Cleve is just west of Haverhill, which in Anton's obituary was given as his birthplace.
          Anton and Esther Uthe lived southwest of Story County, Iowa, in Lafayette Township, on a farm they bought in 1919. Anton and Esther Uthe had eight children, Joseph, Mary, Margaret, Alice, Lawrence, Daniel J., Helen, and Clarence Uthe.

    Esther Uthe died in 1949.

    Anton Uthe, 87, former resident of Story City, Iowa, died Wednesday, June 25, 1975, at Osage, Iowa. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. from SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church near Gilbert, Iowa, with the Rev. Carl Manternach of the church officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.
          Survivors include four sons, Joe Uthe, of Ankeny, Ia., Lawrence Uthe, of Denver, Colo., Dan Uthe, of Story City, Ia., and Clarence Uthe, of Elma, Ia.; four daughters, Mrs. W. Albert Smith, of Boone, Ia., Mrs. Guy Colantino, of Denver, Colo., Sister Mary Anton, of Bethalto, Ill., and Mrs. Germaine Mullenbach, of Osage, Ia.; 22 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; and six brothers and six sisters, Lena Uthe, of Des Moines, Ia., Joe Uthe, Christine Sullivan, Elizabeth Ivis, Anne Garvey, Bertha Day, and Ray Uthe, all of Boone, Ia., A.R. and Fred Uthe, of Williams, Ia.; Art Uthe of Chula Vista, Calif., Sylvester Uthe, of Nevada, Ia., and Dorothy Welsh of Colo, Ia.

    • Joseph Anthony Uthe was born on October 11, 1917, in Story County near Gilbert, son of Anton and Esther (Reichart) Uthe. Joseph Uthe married Grace [?]. Grace was born on April 19, 1915.
            In earlier years, Joe Uthe farmed in Story and Boone counties in Iowa. He also was a co-owner of Duffy’s Appliance with Regis Duffy. Later, Joe and his wife Grace co-owned, with Edith Walker, the Bon Appetite cafe in Boone, Iowa, from 1958 to 1965.
            Joe Uthe also operated the Truck Stop on Highway 30 and 169 North, west of Ogden, and operated the former Imperial Inn Restaurant in Boone and the Best Western Restaurant in Ankeny.
            Joe was a member of the Knights of Columbus Leo Council #814, Loyal Order of Moose #104, Hunt and Fish Club, and social member of the V.F.W. Post 817 and American Legion Post 56. He served with the Boone County Veterans Council, and enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing cards and dominoes, bowling, and reading. Joe especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.

      Grace Uthe, 70, died in December 1985, with a last residence of Ogden, Boone County, Iowa. She was buried in Linwood Park Cemetery, Boone County, Iowa.

      On August 8, 1987, Joseph Uthe married Margaret "Butch" (Lakin) Blank.

      Joseph Uthe, age 94, of Boone, Iowa, died at the Boone County Hospital on November 4, 2011. Funeral services were held Wednesday, November 9, at 11 a.m., at the Church of the Sacred Heart, with the Rev. Randy Schon officiating. Burial was in the Linwood Park Cemetery.
            Joe Uthe was survived by his wife, Margaret ‘Butch’ of Boone, Ia.; two brothers, Lawrence Uthe of Milliken, Colo., and Clarence (Elizabeth) Uthe of Elma, Ia.; three sisters, Sister Mary Anton Uthe of Springfield, Ill., Mary Smith of Boone, Ia., and Helen Mullenbach of Ames, Ia.
            Joe was also survived by two sons, Roger Blank and companion Cindy Heldt of Boone, Ia., and Darrell (Ann-Marie) Blank of Chandler, Ariz.; two daughters Shirley Davisson of Bouton, Ia., and Susan Dale of Irvine, Calif.; eight grandchildren: Terri Jo (Matt) Jones of Boone, Ia., Darrell (Cindy) Davisson of Boxholm, Ia., Patty Blank and Becky (Chuck) Oberfield of Mesa, Ariz., Lisa (Jason) Ward of Ogden, Ia., Joey Blank of Boone, Ia., Jeff (April) Thompson of Grand Junction, Colo., and Julia (David) Lapeze of Burbank, Calif.; twelve great-grandchildren: Bailey and Laney Jones, Cassey and Becca Davisson, Megan, Allison, Hailey, and Abigail Oberfield, Charity Lampman, Bryton Ward, and Jason and Jeremy Lapeze; and numerous nieces and nephews.
            Joe was preceded in death by his parents, first wife Grace, a brother Dan Uthe, and a sister Marge Colantino.

    • Margaret Rose Uthe was born on June 21, 1921, in Lafayette Township, Story County, Iowa, daughter of Anton and Esther (Reichart) Uthe.
            Margaret Uthe married Guy P. Colantino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Colantino of Springfield, Illinois, on May 8, 1945, at SS. Peter and Paul Church in Gilbert, Iowa, with the Rev. J.J. Brickley officiating the ceremony and Nuptial High Mass following. The bride was a graduate of Gilbert High School and for the previous four years had been employed as a secretary in Springfield, Illinois. The bridegroom was a graduate of Springfield High School and prior to entering the U.S. Navy was employed by Bulova Watch Company of New York City.
            Guido Colantino was born on September 12, 1916, in Kansas,* son of Italian-born parents Joseph and Dominica Colantino.
      * = presumably in Crawford County, Kansas, where the Colantino family was living in 1920; by 1930 the family was living in Springfield, Illinois
            Guy and Marge Colantino lived at Denver, Colorado. Guy was self-employed as a watchmaker and was a member of the Westminster BPOE No. 2227.

      Guy P. Colantino, 80, died on May 28, 1997. He was buried in Fort Logan National Cemetery at Denver, Colorado.

      Margaret R. Colantino, 85, died on May 2, 2007. She was buried in Fort Logan National Cemetery at Denver, Colorado.

    • Daniel L. Uthe was born on October 24, 1926, in Iowa, son of Anton and Esther (Reichart) Uthe. Daniel Uthe married Marie A. (?) on September 29, 1954.

      Daniel Uthe died on March 13, 2001, with a last residence of Gilbert, Story County, Iowa. He was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

    • Helen Ann Uthe, daughter of Anton and Esther (Reichart) Uthe, married Germaine Paul Mullenbach on April 22, 1957, at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Gilbert, Iowa. Germaine Mullenbach was born March 11, 1924, in Stacyville, Iowa, son of Frederich and Bertha (Huemann) Mullenbach. Germaine and Helen Mullenbach lived in Osage, Iowa, where he was raised, and he was a self-employed mason for over 35 years in Osage. They later resided in Ames, Iowa, where they were members of St. Cecilia Catholic Church. Germaine was employed by Ames Lab from 1981 to 1989, when he retired. He enjoyed gardening and yard work, and he was a member of and Moose Lodge No. 520.

      Germaine Mullenbach, 78, of Ames, Iowa, died on March 5, 2003, at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames, Iowa, of a heart attack. Funeral services were held on Saturday, March 8, 2003, at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Ames, Iowa. Father Terry Rassmussen presided. Burial was in St. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Gilbert, Iowa. Stevens Memorial Chapel in Ames had charge of arrangements.
            Mr. Mullenbach was survived by his wife Helen Mullenbach of Ames; son, Bob Mullenbach, of Grimes, Ia.; daughter, Marjorie (Scott) Anfinson, of Rochester, Minn.; son, Jon (Suzanne) Mullenbach, of Gilbert, Ia.; five grandchildren; and a brother, LaVerne Mullenbach of Osage, Ia. Preceding Germaine in death were his parents, four brothers, and one sister.

  3. Magdalene M. Uthe was born April 9, 1889, in Iowa, daughter of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe.

    Magdalene "Lena" Uthe died in January 1980, with a last residence of Des Moines, Iowa. She was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

  4. John G. Uthe was born September 1, 1890, near Haverhill in Marshall County, Iowa, son of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe. John Uthe, of Gilbert, Iowa, married Elizabeth Dee Mott on April 20, 1915, at Boone, Boone County, Iowa. Elizabeth, who was called "Bessie," was born on May 19, 1894, at Boone, Iowa, daughter of Frederick and Mary Ann (McGlynn) Mott.
          John and Bessie Uthe farmed in Boone and Story counties in Iowa, before retiring in 1956. John and Bessie Uthe had six children, Paul F., Catherine, Robert E., George E., Rita, and Mary.

    In 1950, Mr. and Mrs. John Uthe celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary by entertaining a group of relatives with a dinner in their home. The serving table was centered with a decorated anniversary cake.
          Guests included Miss Lena Uthe of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beyers and family of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Uthe and daughters of Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Uthe and family of Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Uthe and family of Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welsh and family of near Story City, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Uthe and family of near Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uthe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ivis and family and sons of Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Uthe and family of Forest City, Anton Uthe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uthe and Leo, Mrs. Grace Welsh and sons, Mrs. Martha Uthe, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Uthe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Garvey.

    Mrs. John G. (Elizabeth) Uthe, 61, of Ames, Iowa, died on Wednesday, April 11, 1956, at home. She had been a lifetime resident of Story and Boone counties.
          Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, April 14 at St. Cecelia Catholic Church in Ames, with the Requiem High Mass read by the Rev. Father John F. Ryan. Pallbearers were Mrs. Uthe's nephews, Melvin, Maynard, and Leo Beyer and Leo, Clarence, and Joseph Uthe. Burial was in the Catholic section of Ames Municipal Cemetery.
          She was survived by her husband; six children, Paul F. Uthe, of Ames, Ia., Catherine Amsberry, of Des Moines, Ia., Robert E. Uthe, of Ogden, Ia., George E. Uthe, of Madrid, Ia., Rita Voss, of Tipton, Ia., and Mary Uthe, of Ames, Ia.; 14 grandchildren; and six brothers and a sister, George and Robert Mott, of Boone, Ia., Thomas Mott, of Elkhorn, Wis., John Mott, of Council Bluffs, Ia., Paul Mott, of Omaha, Neb., Ed Mott, of Bakersfield, Calif., and Mrs. William Pepper, of Boone, Ia.

    John G. Uthe, 74, of Ames, Iowa, died Saturday morning, December 19, 1964, at Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames.
          Funeral services were held on December 22, 1964, at St. Cecelia Catholic Church, with the Requiem High Mass read by the Rev. Father John F. Ryan. Pallbearers were Mr. Uthe's nephews, Leo, Maynard, and Melvin Beyer and Joseph, Dan, and Clarence Uthe. Burial was in the Ames Municipal Cemetery.
          He was survived by three sons, Paul Uthe, of Ames, Ia., Robert Uthe, of Ogden, Ia., and George Uthe, of Madrid, Ia.; three daughters, Mrs. William (Catherine) Amsberry, of Des Moines, Ia., Mrs. Joseph (Rita) Voss, of Des Plaines, Ill., and Mrs. Vincent (Mary) Wirth, of Stanhope, Ia.; two brothers, Joe Uthe, of Boone, Ia., and Anton Uthe, of Story City, Ia.; and a sister, Miss Lena Uthe, of Des Moines, Ia.

    Children of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe:

    • Paul Francis Uthe was born on May 22, 1918, at Gilbert, Boone County, Iowa, son of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe.

      Paul Uthe died on June 12, 1997, with a last residence of Sun City West, Maricopa County, Arizona.

      An online SSDI includes Marjorie P. "Marge" Uthe, of Mesa, Arizona, who may have been Paul Uthe's wife, born August 3, 1923, and died July 2, 2005, in Mesa. Her SS # was issued in Iowa.

    • Catherine Marie Uthe was born on December 14, 1920, in Colfax Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe.
            Catherine Uthe married William Amsberry of Des Moines, Iowa, on September 2, 1950.
            Catherine (Uthe) Amsberry later married (?) Czizek.

      Catherine Czizek, 72, died in February 1993, with a last residence of Des Moines, Iowa.

      An online SSDI includes Joseph Czizek (who was likely Catherine's second husband), who was born August 6, 1923, and died in August 1987, with a last residence of Des Moines, Iowa.

    • Robert Edwin Uthe, son of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe, married Pauline Frances Lawler, daughter of Francis and Marie (Hager) Lawler.

    • George Emmett Uthe was born on August 30, 1927, at Boone, Iowa, son of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe. George Uthe farmed at Madrid, Iowa.

    • Rita Ann Uthe was born on September 21, 1931, in Boone, Iowa, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe. She graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Boone in 1949. She completed her bachelor's degree from Iowa State Teachers College (UNI) in 1953. She taught in Independence, Iowa, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, prior to her marriage and in later years was a physician's office manager.
            Rita Uthe married Joseph Voss on December 26, 1955, in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Ames, Iowa. Joe and Ritz Voss lived in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Illinois before moving to Ames, Iowa, in 1995. She was a member of St. Cecilia Catholic Church and St. Mary's Circle.

      Rita Ann Voss, 73, of Ames, Iowa, died of cancer Tuesday, September 6, 2005, at Israel Family Hospice House in Ames. A Mass of Christian burial was held at 10 a.m., Monday, September 12, at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Ames with Father Terry Rasmussen presiding. Burial was in Ames Municipal Cemetery.
            She was survived by her husband, Joe; two sons, Mark (Maureen) Voss of Louisville, Ky., and Timothy (Lee) Voss of Kokomo, Ind.; two daughters, Rebbecca (Chris) Appel of Lynnwood, Wash., and Barbara (Will) Morris of Helotes, Texas; six grandchildren; one brother, Robert Uthe of Boone; and one sister, Mary Wirth of Ames.
            She was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Catherine Czizek; and two brothers, Paul and George Uthe.

    • Mary Teresa Uthe, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Mott) Uthe, married Vincent R. Wirth. Vincent Wirth was born on March 1, 1932, in Iowa, son of Leo and Sophia (Elsner) Wirth.

      Vincent Wirth, 54, died in March 1986, and he was buried in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

  5. Joseph John Uthe was born on November 16, 1892, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe. Joseph Uthe married Hazel Julia McGlynn on November 23, 1920, in Story County, Iowa. Hazel McGlynn was born July 4, 1894, in Hamilton County, Iowa, daughter of John and Hannah E. (Garvey) McGlynn. Joseph and Hazel Uthe lived in Story County, Iowa.

    Joseph J. Uthe died in September 1976, with a last residence of Clinton, Iowa. He was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Boone, Iowa.

    Hazel Uthe died in June 1981, with a last residence of Clinton, Iowa. She was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Boone, Iowa.

    Children of Joseph and Hazel (McGlynn) Uthe:

    • Velva Gertrude Uthe was born on February 14, 1922, in Lafayette Township, Story County, Iowa, daughter Joseph and Hazel (McGlynn) Uthe.
           Velva Uthe married Curtiss J. Anderson on November 27, 1941, in SS. Peter and Paul Church at Gilbert, Iowa; they later divorced. Velva married Ernest Paules in 1964 in Fulton, Illinois. Ernest Paules was born on September 16, 1923, in Pennsylvania, son of Walter and Emma Paules. He preceded her in death in September 1979.
           Velva was a processor for Nielsen Clearing House in Clinton, Iowa, and also had worked at Dairy Pak. She was a Mercy Hospital Auxiliary Member and was an active Am Vets Auxiliary.

      Velva G. Paules, 86, of Clinton, Iowa, passed away, Monday, April 14, 2008, at Mercy Medical Center, South Campus, Bluff Terrace in Clinton. Funeral services were held at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16, 2008, at Lemke Funeral Home, South Chapel. Burial was in the Clinton Lawn Cemetery.
           She was survived by two daughters, Irene (Robert) Grell, of Clinton, Ia., Kathleen (Ron McOwen) Bradford, of Bozeman, Montana; five grandchildren, Scott (Kim) Grell, Joseph Grell, Patrick "Bud" Grell, Paula Grell, David Kent; eight great-grandchildren, Codie, Kylie, Brady, Justin, Kaitlynn, Sydney, Jacob and Jenna.
           She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, and one brother, Leo Uthe.

    • Leo Joseph Uthe was born on April 10, 1924, in Franklin Township, Story County, Iowa, son of Joseph and Hazel (McGlynn) Uthe. During World War II, PFC Leo Uthe served in the 3021st Quartermaster Bakery Company.

      Leo J. Uthe died on September 11, 1957. He was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery at Boone, Iowa.

  6. Barbara Uthe* was born on July 17, 1894, five miles northwest of Gilbert Station, Story County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Mary (Weber) Uthe. Barbara Uthe married Carl F. Beyer on June 28, 1921, at Ames, Story County, Iowa. Carl Beyer was born on February 4, 1895, in Dows, Iowa, son of John and Dora (Bodel) Beyer. Carl and Barbara Beyer lived in rural Dows, Iowa, and then at Osage, Iowa.
    middle initial "T"? "L"?

    Mrs. Carl (Barbara) Beyer, 65, died Friday, February 19, 1960, at her home west of Riceville, Iowa. She had been ill for several years. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, February 23, at 9:30 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church here. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Williams, Iowa.
          She was survived by her husband, Carl, three sons, Leo Beyer, of Riceville, Ia., Melvin Beyer, of Dows, Ia. and Maynard Beyer, of Rochester, Minn.; five grandchildren; a sister, Miss Lena Uthe, of Des Moines, Ia.; and three brothers, John Uthe, of Ames, Ia., Joe Uthe, of Boone, Ia., and Anton Uthe, of Story City, Ia. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Rosemary, who was killed in an auto accident, and a son, in infancy.

    Carl Beyer died in May 1963. He was buried in Saint Mary's Cemetery at Williams, Hamilton County, Iowa.

    • Leo F. Beyer was born on December 28, 1922, son of Carl and Barbara (Uthe) Beyer, in rural Dows, Iowa. Leo Beyer was united in marriage with Gertrude A. Johanns on November 13, 1954, in New Haven, Iowa. Gertrude Johanns was born on January 16, 1930. Leo and Gertrude Beyer farmed in the Riceville, Iowa, area for 40 years, before moving to Osage, Iowa, in November of 1994. Leo was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Osage and the Knights of Columbus. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, woodworking, playing cribbage and his grandchildren.

      Gertrude A. Beyer, 65, died October 23, 1995, with a last residence of Osage, Iowa.

      Leo F. Beyer, age 79, of Osage, Iowa, died Friday, September 13, 2002, at the Mitchell County Regional Health Center in Osage. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 17, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Osage. The Reverend Philip Recker officiated. Interment was in Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery. Champion-Bucheit Funeral Home in Osage was in charge of arrangements.
            Mr. Beyer was survived by two sons, Donald Beyer and his wife Cindy, of Mitchell, Ia., and Thomas Beyer, of Osage, Ia.; two daughters, Jane Beyer, of Crystal, Minn., and Julie Johnson and her husband Steven, of Osage, Ia., two brothers, Maynard Beyer and his wife Barbara, of Clear Lake, Ia., and Melvin Beyer and his wife Roseanne, of Dows, Ia.; and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Gertrude in 1995, one sister, Rosemary E. Beyer, and an infant brother.
      Source: Mitchell County Press News obituaries September 2002, accessed online at
      at http://www.pafways.org/obituaries/mitchelcountypressnews/2002/september.htm

    • Rosemary Elaine Beyer was born on November 17, 1929, in Iowa, daughter of Carl and Barbara (Uthe) Beyer.

      Rosemary Elaine Beyer, 24, a rural school teacher near Osage, Iowa, was killed Thursday morning, December 31, 1953, in an automobile accident. Miss Beyer and a companion, Theresa Streit, of Oklahoma City, who was critically injured, were in a head-on collision with a semi-trailer two and a half miles north of Osage on Highway 218, during a snowstorm. Miss Beyer died at 2:40 a.m. at the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital from a skull fracture and other injuries.
            Miss Streit, who was spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Streit at Stacyville, Iowa, also suffered a skull fracture and chest and shoulder injuries. She was taken to a Mason City, Iowa, hospital.
            Miss Beyer was a daughter of Carl and Barbara Beyer, who live six and one-half miles north of Osage. She has been teaching at May School northeast of Osage.
            Besides her parents, she leaves three brothers, Leo Beyer, of Osage, Ia., Maynard Beyer, of Belmond, Ia., and Melvin Beyer, in Korea.
            The last rites were held Monday, January 4, at 10 a.m., at St. Peter's Catholic Church at New Haven, Iowa, with interment in the cemetery near Williams, Iowa.

Children of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe:

  1. Alouies Raymond Uthe* was born on November 8, 1902, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Alouies Uthe, who was called "Ollie," married Ottilia Margaret Leininger on January 19, 1926, in Boone, Boone County, Iowa. Ottilia Leininger was born on December 26, 1901, in Story City, Story County, Iowa, daughter of Fred and Otillia M. (Simon) Leininger.
    * = Various online sources also cite his name as Aloysius, Alouis, Aloise, Alouise. He was called Ollie, which evidently also led some to cite his given name as Oliver.
          Ollie and Ottilia Uthe lived near Boone and then Jewel, before settling at Williams, Iowa, and they had three children, Thomas, Elaine, and Patricia.

    Alouies Uthe died in September 1982, with a last residence of Williams, Hamilton County, Iowa. Ottilia M. Uthe died on August 10, 1999, with a last residence of Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa.

    Children of Alouies and Ottilia (Leinenger) Uthe:

    • Thomas Edward Uthe was born on November 4, 1926, in Lafayette Township, Story County, Iowa, son of Alouies and Ottilia (Leinenger) Uthe.

      Thomas E. Uthe, 23, died on August 20, 1950, at Fort Sam Houston in Texas. Just two months before, in June, he had returned to Iowa for an extended visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Uthe, at Williams, and his grandmother, Mrs. Martha Uthe, and also with other relatives of the vicinity.
            Thomas Uthe was buried on August 22, 1950, in iowa Falls, Iowa.

    • Elaine Frances Uthe was born on February 14, 1930, in Boone, Iowa, daughter of Alouies and Ottilia (Leinenger) Uthe. Elaine Uthe graduated from Williams High School in 1947 and received a B.A. degree from Marycrest College in Davenport in 1951; an M.A. degree from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 1955; and a Ph.D. in 1966 from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
            She taught in various Iowa high schools, East Aurora (Illinois) High School, the U.S. Army Dependent Schools stationed in France and at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, the University of Minnesota, Michigan State University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Kentucky, before retiring to Waterloo. Over the years she served as an officer and speaker in several educational organizations, and volunteered for various community organizations.

      Elaine Frances Uthe, 81, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, died Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at the Cedar Valley Hospice Home in Waterloo, Iowa. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, December 31, at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Cedar Falls. Burial was in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Williams, Iowa.
            She was survived by a sister, Patricia Lynch of Waterloo, Ia.; a niece Michelle (Tim) Oliver of Menominee Falls, Wis.; four nephews, Thomas Lynch of Warrenville, Ill., Michael (Rachel) Lynch of Oak Park, Ill., Patrick (Sandy) Lynch of South Lake, Texas, and James Lynch, Chicago, Ill.; and four grandnieces: Libby, Abby, Molly, and Sophie Lynch. She was preceded in death by a brother, Thomas Uthe, and brother-in-law, Earl Lynch.

    • Patricia Uthe, daughter of Alouies and Ottilia (Leinenger) Uthe, married Earl Joseph Lynch on October 12, 1957, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Williams, Iowa. Earl Lynch was born on October 13, 1922, in Waterloo, Iowa, son of Joseph T. and Helena (Glass) Lynch. Earl and Pat Lynch lived at Waterloo, Iowa.
            Earl graduated from Sacred Heart High School in 1941 and was employed as a machinist with John Deere Tractor Works for 41 years, retiring in 1983. He was a member/volunteer for St. Vincent de Paul and also was a driver for Care-Van at Covenant.

      Earl J. Lynch, 85, of Waterloo, Iowa, died Friday, May 23, 2008, at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo, of natural causes.Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 27, at Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Waterloo, with burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Waterloo.
            He was survived by his wife, Pat; four sons, Tom Lynch, of Warrenville, Ill., Mike (Rachel) Lynch, of Oak Park, Ill., Patrick (Sandy) of South Lake, Texas, and Jim Lynch, of Chicago, Ill.; a daughter, Michelle (Tim) Oliver of Menomonee Falls, Wis.; four granddaughters, Libby, Abby, Molly, and Sophie Lynch; a brother-in-law, Glen W. McClain, of Waterloo, Ia.; and a sister-in-law, Catherine Lynch of Waterloo, Ia. He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Jack, Bob, Dick and Edward; and two sisters, Margaret "Marge" (Fritz) Bornong and Helen McClain.

  2. Christina H. Uthe was born on October 23, 1904, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Christine Uthe married Francis A. Sullivan between 1935 and 1940. Francis Sullivan was born on February 3, 1900, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Timothy and Elizabeth (Marron) Sullivan.
          In 1940, Francis and Christine Sullivan lived in Harrison Township, Boone, Iowa, where they farmed.

    Francis Sullivan, 70, died in May 1970, with a last residence of Boone, Iowa. He was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery at Boone, Iowa.

    Christine Sullivan, 84, died on May 16, 1989. She was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery at Boone, Iowa.

  3. Elizabeth Uthe was born on August 24, 1906, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Elizabeth Uthe married Edward Menton Ivis on February 12, 1935, in Gilbert, Iowa. Edward Ivis was born June 28, 1903, in Jackson Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Dennis Peter and Katherine (Menton) Ivis. Edward and Elizabeth Ivis lived in Boone, Iowa.

    Edward M. Ivis died in August 1981 in Boone, Iowa. He was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery at Boone, Iowa.

    Elizabeth Ivis died on September 8, 1999, in Boone, Iowa. She was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery at Boone, Iowa.

  4. Frederick Carl Uthe was born August 17, 1908, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Fred Uthe married Evelyn Clara Baldus on January 24, 1933, at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Gilbert, Iowa. Evelyn Baldus was born on April 28, 1911, in Story City, Iowa, daughter of John C. and Rosa "Rosie" (Leininger) Baldus. Evelyn Uthe was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Williams, Iowa, St. Mary’s Guild and ACCW; she also was a 4-H leader for 14 years.

    Fred Uthe, 82, died on February 15, 1991.

    Evelyn Uthe, 94, of Williams, Iowa, died Friday, August 19, 2005, at the Heritage Care Center in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Mass of the Resurrection was held Tuesday at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Williams with burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Sietsema Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
          Mrs. Uthe was survived by a daughter, Pauline Tibbs of Williams, Ia.; a daughter-in-law, Wilma Kobliska of Dumont, Ia.; 20 grandchildren, Steve Tibbs of Webster City, Ia., Ramona Kraft and husband Greg of Goldfield, Ia., Lucy Riggins and husband John of Des Moines, Ia., Dave Tibbs and wife Carol of Summerville, S.C., Jack Tibbs and wife Lori of Cedar Rapids, Ia., Allen Tibbs and wife Jackie of Alden, Ia., Linda Asmussen and husband Patrick of Bondurant, Ia., Andy Tibbs and wife Amy of Earlham, Ia., Luke Tibbs and wife Lisa of Hampton, Ia., Janice Williams and husband Tony of Rapid City, S.Dak., Jeanette Lunstrum and husband Terry of Castroville, Texas, Mark Uthe of Dumont, Ia., Charlene Clark and husband Mike of Clarksville, Ia., Chris Uthe and wife Roni Sue of Dumont, Ia., Constance Wagner and husband Rob of North Liberty, Ia., Rosanne Van Dyke and husband Steve of Dumont, Ia., John Uthe and wife Kathleen of Latimer, Ia., Joan Miller and husband Paul of Sioux Falls, S.Dak, Mary Leisinger and husband Paul of Waverly, Ia., and Frank Uthe and wife Marsha of Alden, Ia.; 25 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; two step-great-granddaughters; five step-great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Rose Helland of Story City, Ia., and Cathern Davis of Des Moines, Ia. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; a son, Francis Uthe; seven brothers; two sisters; three infant great-grandchildren; and one step-great-great-grandson.
    Source: Iowa Falls Times Citizen; Published August 24, 2005, page B-5.

    • Francis John Uthe was born on October 23, 1933, in Story City, Iowa, son of Fred and Evelyn (Bladus) Uthe. Francis Uthe married Wilma Croot on May 25, 1957, in St. Mark's Catholic Church at Iowa Falls, Iowa. Francis was a farmer and an auto mechanic.

      Francis J. Uthe, 55, died on September 13, 1988, in Dumont, Iowa.

  5. Anna C. Uthe* was born on November 21, 1910, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Anne Uthe married Raphael B. Garvey, after 1940. Raphael Garvey was born on December 7, 1908, in Iowa, son of Thomas and Margaret Garvey. Raphael and Anna Garvey lived at Boone, Iowa.
    * = Anna Emma Uthe, according to Iowa Births and Christenings, indexed online.

    Raphael Garvey, 78, died in November 1987, with a last residence of Boone, Iowa. He was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Boone, Iowa.

    Anna C. Uthe, 90, died on October 5, 2001, with a last residence of Boone, Iowa. She was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Boone, Iowa.

  6. Alma May Uthe was born on October 14, 1912, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe.

    Alma Uthe died on October 24, 1912, at ten days old, and she was buried in the Uthe plot in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa.

  7. Bertha Mary Uthe was born on September 25, 1913, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Bertha Uthe married Ralph Day (ca. 1935-1939). Ralph Day was born on May 22, 1900, in Iowa (presumably in Jackson Township in Boone County), son of Edward Calrence and Addie (Browning) Day. Ralph and Bertha Day lived at Clarion in Wright County, Iowa.

    Ralph Day, 68, died in December 1968, with a last residence of Clarion, Wright County, Iowa. He was buried in St. Peter & Paul's Catholic Cemetery in Boone County, Iowa.

    Bertha M. Day, 88, died on December 31, 2001*, with a last residence of Webster City, Iowa. She was buried in St. Peter & Paul's Catholic Cemetery in Boone County, Iowa.
    * = according to Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record; her gravestone reads 1913-2002.

  8. Raymond Henry Uthe was born on February 15, 1915, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Raymond Uthe married Helen Rose Cooper on January 2, 1940. Helen Rose Cooper was born on April 3, 1918, in Ames, Iowa, daughter of William and Anna (Pantenburg) Cooper. Helen graduated from Napier School, attended cosmetology school, and worked in Ames her marriage. Raymond and Helen Uthe farmed in Iowa, at Williams, Ellsworth, and finally at Boone, since 1956. Helen enjoyed reading and gardening.

    Helen Rose (Cooper) Uthe, 89, of rural Boone, Iowa, died Saturday, January 12, 2008, at Abington on Grand Care Center in Ames, Iowa. Visitation was from from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, January 15, with a vigil service at 7 p.m., at Stevens Memorial Chapel. Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 16, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Ames.
          Mrs. Uthe was survived by her husband, Raymond; two daughters, Colleen (Bernard) Anderson, of Kankakee, Ill., and Janet (Rex) Ramsay, of Des Moines, Ia.; one son, Donald (Janice) Uthe, of Ames, Ia.; six grandchildren, Lisa Ramsay, Katie Ramsay, Scott Uthe, Stacy Uthe, Stephanie Uthe and Kevin Uthe; and one great-grandson, Ryan Uthe.

    Raymond H. Uthe, 93, of rural Boone, Iowa, died Monday, May 19, 2008, at Madrid Home in Madrid, Iowa. Visitation was from 5 to 7 p.m., with a vigil service at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 22, at Stevens Memorial Chapel in Ames, Iowa. Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m., Friday, May 23, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Ames.
          Mr. Uthe was survived by by two daughters, Colleen (Bernard) Anderson, of Kankakee, Ill., and Janet (Rex) Ramsay, of Des Moines, Ia.; one son, Donald (Janice) Uthe, of Ames, Ia.; six grandchildren, Lisa Ramsay, Katie Ramsay, Scott (Jaque) Uthe, Stacy Uthe, Stephanie Uthe and Kevin Uthe; and one great-grandson, Ryan Uthe. He was preceded in death by an infant son, Eugene; his wife, Helen; four brothers; and five sisters.
    Obituary information from the Ames Tribune.

  9. Arthur William Uthe was born September 29, 1916, in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa, son of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe.

    Arthur W. Uthe, 72, died February 2, 1989, with a last residence of Palmdale, Los Angeles County, California.

  10. Sylvester V. Uthe was born on September 27, 1918, at the homeplace northwest of Gilbert, Iowa, in Harrison Township, Boone County, son of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Sylvester, who was called "Vestie," attended a one-room school in rural Boone County and Gilbert High School. Sylvester Uthe married Lila Naomi Mortvedt on January 18, 1944, at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church in rural Story County, Iowa.
          Lila Mortvedt was born on December 1, 1922, in Gilbert, Iowa, daughter of Arthur and Alma (Anderson) Mortvedt. The oldest of three children, Lila graduated from Gilbert High School in 1940. After graduation Lila worked at the Ames Airport and at the Gilbert Co-op Elevator where she met the dashing young Sylvester Uthe.
          Following a wedding trip to Des Moines, the couple took up residence in the Uthe family homeplace near Gilbert where they farmed. Two years later the couple moved to a farm south of Ames, Iowa, where they raised five children, instilling the importance of family and faith. In 1970 they bought a farm south of Nevada where they lived for over thirty years. Sylvester passed his love of farming onto his son and grandson. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and Story County Farm Bureau. He enjoyed spending time with his family and teasing his grandchildren.
          Lila enjoyed gardening, cooking, listening to farm markets, and spoiling her grandchildren who kept her young at heart. Lila was a member of the neighborhood Might Like Us Club, the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church.

    Sylvester V. "Vestie" Uthe, 88, of Nevada, Iowa, died Friday, February 16, 2007, at home, surrounded by his family. Visitation was from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, February 19, at the Bacon Funeral Home in Nevada. A Christian vigil service followed visitation. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, February 20, 2007, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Nevada. Burial was in the St. Patrick's Cemetery in Nevada.
          Mr. Uthe was survived by his wife, Lila Uthe, of Nevada, Ia.; four daughters, Linda Uthe, of Nevada, Ia., Anita Uthe, of Nevada, Ia., Marlene (Lyle) Borkowski, of Manning, Ia., Karen (Alan) Knaphus, of McCallsburg, Ia.; a son, Doug (Sue) Uthe of Nevada, Ia.; four grandchildren, Renee and Ross Uthe and Kari and Amy Borkowski; one brother, Raymond Uthe, of Ames, Ia.; and one sister, Dorothy Welsh of Colo, Ia. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and five sisters.

    Lila Naomi Uthe, age 87, died peacefully at Story County Senior Care, Nevada, Iowa, on December 15, 2009, surrounded by family. Family received friends at Bacon Funeral Home in Nevada from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., Friday, December 18. Funeral services were held at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Nevada, on Saturday, December 19, at 11:00 a.m., with burial following in the Nevada Catholic Cemetery.
          Lila was survived by her children Linda Uthe of Nevada, Ia.; Marlene (Lyle) Borkowski of Manning, Ia.; Karen (Alan) Knaphus of McCallsburg, Ia.; and Doug (Sue) Uthe of Nevada, Ia.; and her brother Wendell (Marilyn) Mortvedt of Slater, Ia. Lila will be missed by her grandchildren Renee and Ross Uthe and Kari and Amy Borkowski. She was preceded in death by her husband of sixty-three years, Sylvester; daughter Anita Uthe; her parents; and her brother Marvin Mortvedt.

  11. Dorothy Uthe was born daughter of Frank and Martha (Elsner) Uthe. Dorothy Uthe married Lawrence Welsh. Lawrence Welsh was born on April 30, 1923, in Iowa, son of Edward J. and Grace Welsh. Lawrence and Dorothy Welsh lived at Colo, Iowa. Lawrence Welsh was a carpenter.

    Lawrence Welsh, 41, of Colo, Iowa, died Monday, May 18, 1964, of a heart attack. Funeral services were Wednesday, May 20, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Colo, with the Rev. Fr. Cassidy officiating. Burial was in St. James Cemetery in Colo.
          He was survived by his wife Dorothy, two sons, Eugene and Robert, and a daughter Joanne, all of Colo, Ia.; and his mother, Mrs. Grace Welsh, and a brother, Michael Welsh, both of Boone, Ia.


Sources include articles and obituaries from newspapers online at newspaperarchive.com; Dave Halm's "Haverhill, Marshall County, Iowa; Menominee, JoDaviess Co. Illinois; Grant Co. Wisconsin: Kreis Lingen, Hanover, plus more" online genealogies at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=haverhill_iowa; the Rootsweb.com Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online at http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/; and other sources as noted within the text.


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