Jennifer Mittlesdaedt1

F, b. 30 May 1986
Reference=0050.3.7.9.5
     She was born on 30 May 1986.1 She is the daughter of Michael Louis Mittlesdaedt.1

Citations

  1. [S333] Katherine Borchers Cotner, compiler, Descendents of Christian Roessler.

Michael Louis Mittlesdaedt1

M, b. 8 May 1966
Reference=0050.3.7.9.5
     He was born on 8 May 1966.1 He is the son of Wayne Ray Mittlesdaedt and Alice Jane Kearney.1

Children of Michael Louis Mittlesdaedt

Citations

  1. [S333] Katherine Borchers Cotner, compiler, Descendents of Christian Roessler.

Ronald Ray Mittlesdaedt1

M, b. 2 October 1968
Reference=0050.3.7.9.5
     He was born on 2 October 1968.1 He is the son of Wayne Ray Mittlesdaedt and Alice Jane Kearney.1

Citations

  1. [S333] Katherine Borchers Cotner, compiler, Descendents of Christian Roessler.

Wayne Ray Mittlesdaedt1

M, b. 16 November 1935
Reference=cD1001
     He was born on 16 November 1935 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.1 He is the son of Clarence Mittlesdaedt and Hilda Johnson.1

Wayne Ray Mittlesdaedt married Alice Jane Kearney, daughter of Robert Lawrence Kearney and Bessie Marguerite Heinz, on 8 March 1958 at Little White Church, Melrose Park, Cook County, Illinois.1

Children of Wayne Ray Mittlesdaedt and Alice Jane Kearney

Citations

  1. [S333] Katherine Borchers Cotner, compiler, Descendents of Christian Roessler.

Emma Mohr1

F
     She is the daughter of Henry Mohr and Mary (?).1 She lived in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States.1

Emma Mohr witnessed the marriage of Martin Mohr and Elizabeth Luber on 4 February 1880 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin; The following marriage announcement was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 4 Feb 1880:
MARTIN MOHR, of Milwaukee, and Miss Elizabeth Luber, daughter of John Luber, of this city, were united in holy wedlock at the Catholic Church at Juneau, this morning, Rev. Father Ward performing the marriage ceremony. Miss Anna Luber, sister of the bride, and Miss Emma Mohr, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaids, Joseph Toussaint, of Watertown, and James E. Malone, of Juneau, being groomsmen on the happy occasion.2,3,4,5,6

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds, 16 Feb 1880.
  3. [S166] Oconomowoc Free Press, 7 Feb 1880.
  4. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  5. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  6. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."

Ethel Mohr1

F, b. February 1884
Reference=9.2*2.1
     She was born in February 1884 at Wisconsin, United States.2 She was the daughter of Martin Mohr and May Arnold.1

Ethel Mohr married G. Berg.1

Child of Ethel Mohr and G. Berg

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S177] 1900 Census record.

Fred Mohr1

M, b. 21 August 1888, d. 14 May 1911
Reference=9.2*2.2
     He was born on 21 August 1888 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States, Fred Mohr's birth announcement was printed in the Juneau Telephone as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mohr rejoice over the arrival of a "bouncing baby boy" on Tuesday, Aug. 21st. The young gentleman tips the beam at 9 pounds. The mother is doing well and the father is pronounced out of danger, while the cigars last. The brand is of course "Martin's Own."2 He was the son of Martin Mohr and May Arnold.1,2

Fred Mohr was also known as Martin F Mohr.3,2

Fred Mohr died on 14 May 1911 at age 22.1

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  3. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.

Harry Mohr1

M, b. circa November 1891, d. 23 October 1892
Reference=9.2*2.3
     He was born circa November 1891 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin.2 He was the son of Martin Mohr and May Arnold.1

Harry Mohr died on 23 October 1892 at Juneau; Harry died at 11 months old.1,2 Funeral services were held on 25 October 1892 at Juneau; Services held at Mohr home.2

Harry Mohr's obituary was printed in the Juneau Telephone as follows:
MOHR - The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mohr died last Sunday morning after a few days sickness, at the age of 11 months. The funeral services were held at the house last Tuesday at 1 o'clock P. M. Rev. Brown, of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. The remains were laid to rest in the city cemetery. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their neighbors and friends.2

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.

Henry Mohr1

M, b. 1827, d. 1 July 1863
Reference=cK0115
     He was born in 1827 at Wolfmannshausen, Saxony, Germany.1

Henry Mohr immigrated in 1841 to Baltimore, Maryland.1

Henry Mohr married Mary (?) on 2 February 1854 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.1

Henry Mohr served during the Civil War after enlisting with the 26th Wisconsin Infantry between 21 August 1862 and 1 July 1863 at Milwaukee.1

Henry Mohr was a cooper on 17 September 1862 at Milwaukee.2

Henry Mohr died on 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennysylvania; Killed at the battle of Gettysburg.1,2

Henry Mohr was buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery after 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg.1

Children of Henry Mohr and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S219] "Army Service Record."

Lois June Mohr1

F, b. circa 1901
Reference=9.2*2.4
     She was born circa 1901 at Wisconsin, United States.2 She is the daughter of Martin Mohr and May Arnold.1

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S220] 1910 Census Record.

Martin Mohr

M, b. 15 August 1857
Reference=0009.2*
     He was born on 15 August 1857 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Henry Mohr and Mary (?).2,1

MARTIN MOHR.
Martin Mohr is living retired at No. 315 West Maple Avenue, Beaver Dam, after eighteen years' successful identification with the butcher business in that city. He was born in Milwaukee, August I5, 1857, and is a son of Henry and Mary Mohr, natives of Germany. The father was born in Saxony, in 1827, and the mother in Uchte, Hannover, January 19, 1819. The father came to America in 1841, settling first in Baltimore. Maryland, and later in Milwaukee, where he was among the pioneer residents. Their marriage occurred in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 2, 1854. "Henry Mohr enlisted for service in the Civil war with the" Twenty-sixth Wisconsin Infantry and was killed in the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. He is buried in the military cemetery of that city. His wife survived him until December 24, 1896, dying when she was about seventy-eight years of age. She is buried in Calvary cemetery at Milwaukee.
Martin Mohr is one of two children, his sister Emma making her home in Milwaukee. He was educated in the public schools of Milwaukee and has been earning his own living since he was fifteen years of age. In that year he learned the butcher business and for two years followed this line of occupation in his native city, going at the end of that time to Juneau, where he purchased an establishment already founded and operating it successfully along the most modern and progressive lines for fourteen years. When he disposed of his holdings in Juneau he came to Beaver Dam, settling in this city in 1894. Here he purchased a business which had been neglected for some time and was in an extremely run-down condition. He took personal charge of its management and within a short time had put it upon a paying basis. This enterprise he conducted for eighteen years with constantly increasing success, building up during that interval a reputation for honesty and straight forward commercial methods and ability of high order. In 1911 he sold his lease of the building in which he carried on his enterprise to the State Bank of Beaver Dam and retired from active life. He owns a comfortable and pleasant home at No. 315 West Maple avenue and is extensively interested in real estate besides being a stockholder in the German National Bank.
On July 12, 1882, Mr. Mohr was united in marriage to Miss May Arnold, a daughter of Samuel and Angeline (Phelps) Arnold, natives of New York. They were married in that state and came to Wisconsin about the year 1844, settling in Dodge county. Mrs. Mohr's father passed away in l88l. when he was seventy six years of age. Her mother resided in Juneau and died July 14. 1912. in her ninetieth year. The wife of our subject was the ninth in a family of ten children and was born in Dodge County, November 23. 1862. She and her husband became the parents of four children: Ethel, who married G. Berg, of Spokane, Washington, by whom she has one child, Lois; Fred who passed away May 14, 1911. Harry, who died when he was a year old; and Lois June, who lives at home.
Mr. Mohr is a democrat in his political views and always votes the party ticket. He and his family are members of the Episcopal Church. Fraternally he belongs to the Modern Woodmen of America and is also active in the affairs of the Knights of Pythias. He has attained financial success by the able con-' duct of an important and progressive business enterprise and has won personal recognition as an honest man. This title has never been denied him, for his integrity of purpose dominates all his activities and has influenced his business and individual life.1

Martin Mohr became a butcher in 1872 at Milwaukee.1

Martin Mohr purchased a butcher shop between 1874 and 1888 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin.1

Martin Mohr married Elizabeth Luber, daughter of John Luber and Susanna Schaus, on 4 February 1880 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Anna Luber, Emma Mohr and Winand Joseph Toussaint The following marriage announcement was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 4 Feb 1880:
MARTIN MOHR, of Milwaukee, and Miss Elizabeth Luber, daughter of John Luber, of this city, were united in holy wedlock at the Catholic Church at Juneau, this morning, Rev. Father Ward performing the marriage ceremony. Miss Anna Luber, sister of the bride, and Miss Emma Mohr, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaids, Joseph Toussaint, of Watertown, and James E. Malone, of Juneau, being groomsmen on the happy occasion.2,3,4,5,6

Martin Mohr was a salesman on 16 February 1880 at Juneau.2

Martin Mohr married May Arnold, daughter of Samuel Arnold and Angeline Phelps, on 12 July 1883 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin.1,5

The following article was printed in the Juneau Telephone as follows:
Martin Mohr loaded up a car load of household goods last Wednesday and shipped the goods the same evening to Milwaukee. He and family followed on Friday. The Cream City will be their future home and they carry with them the best wishes of many warm friends.5 He lived at 315 West Maple Ave in Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin.1

Martin Mohr lived at 315 West Maple Avenue in 1894 in Beaver Dam.1

Martin Mohr purchased a butcher shop between 1894 and 1911 at Beaver Dam.1

Martin Mohr was retired in 1911 at sold his business and retired, Beaver Dam.1

Children of Martin Mohr and May Arnold

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds, 16 Feb 1880.
  3. [S166] Oconomowoc Free Press, 7 Feb 1880.
  4. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  5. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  6. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."

Antonetta Molkenbuer

F, b. 1766, d. 9 January 1833
     She was born in 1766.

Antonetta Molkenbuer married Hermann Kellermann, son of Johann Hermann Kellermann.

Antonetta Molkenbuer witnessed the baptism of Henrich Bernard Kellermann on 5 May 1805 at Sankt Clemens Katholisch, Telgte.1

Antonetta Molkenbuer died on 9 January 1833 at Nienberge, Westphalia.

Children of Antonetta Molkenbuer and Hermann Kellermann

Citations

  1. [S48] , p. 43a, #15, Catholic Church, Telgte, Taufen/Heiraten, 1804-1809.

Catharina Antonetta Molkenbuer1

F, b. 10 April 1764, d. 9 January 1833
     She was born on 10 April 1764 at Münster, Westphalia.1 She was the daughter of Johann Heinrich Molkenbuer and Christina Potthoff.1

Catharina Antonetta Molkenbuer married Johann Hermann Kellermann, son of Joan Wilhelm Kellermann and Maria Magdalena Elisabeth Storb, on 6 November 1792 at Münster, Westphalia.1

Catharina Antonetta Molkenbuer died on 9 January 1833 at Nienberge, Westphalia, at age 68; Cause of death: Jaundice.1

Children of Catharina Antonetta Molkenbuer and Johann Hermann Kellermann

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 20 Nov 2006.

Johann Heinrich Molkenbuer1

M, b. circa 1735
     He was born circa 1735.1

Johann Heinrich Molkenbuer married Christina Potthoff circa 1760 at Münster, Westphalia.1

Child of Johann Heinrich Molkenbuer and Christina Potthoff

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 20 Nov 2006.

Sarah Molnari

F
     Sarah Molnari married Eugene Zag.

Child of Sarah Molnari and Eugene Zag

Adalbert Molzahn

M, b. 26 February 1851, d. 30 July 1920
Reference=0010.2
     He was born on 26 February 1851 at Waldowke, West Prussia.1,2,3 He was the son of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska.

Adalbert Molzahn was baptized on 26 February 1851 at Waldau, West Prussia.4,1

Adalbert Molzahn was also known as Albert.

Albert and Marzianna are issued a passport for their imigration to America with their children.5 He married Anna Powers, daughter of James Powers and Julia Clay, circa 1877.2,6

Adalbert Molzahn lived in 1879 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.7,8 He appeared on the census of 1900.6

Adalbert Molzahn died on 30 July 1920 at Council Bluffs at age 69.2,8

Albert Molzahn's obituary was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 31 Jul 1920:
The death of Albert Molzahn, a former resident of this section, occurred Friday evening in the family home in Council Bluffs, Iowa following a brief illness. He was born here February 26, 1851, and left this section forty-one years ago. He is survived by his widow, three sons and one daughter. Three brothers and four sisters also survive: Simon, Joseph and John, and Mrs. Jacob Engelhart, Mrs. Andrew Hertel and the Misses Maggie and Celia Molzahn of this section. The funeral will take place at Council Bluffs on Monday and will be attended by relatives from this city.


note: The obituary mistakenly identifies his place of birth as Watertown. He was born in Waldowke, West Prussia.8

Adalbert Molzahn was buried at St. Joseph Cemetary on 2 August 1920 at Council Bluffs, Iowa.8

Albert Molzahn's obituary was printed in The Daily Nonpareil on 02 Aug 1920:
The funeral of Albert Molzahn, 803 Avenue H. will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Francis church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery.9

Albert Molzahn's obituary was printed in The Daily Nonpariel on 03 Aug 1920:
     The funeral of Albert Molzahn was held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Francis church, with requiem high mass by Rev. Father Gaul. Pallbearers were E. Carr, E. Rhodes, G. W. Wentworth, A. Telfer, H. A. Lennox and George Hemminshire. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery.9

Children of Adalbert Molzahn and Anna Powers

Citations

  1. [S58] Archives of D.F. Kellerman Permission to leave document, 990 (11 March 1854), Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  2. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  3. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  4. [S56] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  5. [S293] Albert Molzahn Passport Approval.
  6. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.
  7. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 22 August 1916.
  8. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 31 July 1920.
  9. [S443] Nonpareil.

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn

M, b. 21 April 1823, d. 12 October 1886
Reference=0020.0
     He was born on 21 April 1823 at Komierowo, Flatow, West Prussia.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka.

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn was baptized on 23 April 1823 at Komierowo, Waldau, Flatow, West Prussia. Sponsors: Johannes Litza (Johann Litz); Gertrud Sprengel (Gertrude Springel).1,2

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn married Marianna Zientkowska, daughter of Johann Zientkowski and Anna Wamke, on 27 January 1848 at Waldowke, Flatow, West Prussia, Prussia.6,2,3

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn witnessed the baptism of Joannes Szczepanski circa 10 October 1847.7 He and Marianna Zientkowska and two children (Adalbert and Simon) emigrated on 20 June 1854.8

Albert and Marzianna are issued a passport for their imigration to America with their children.9

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn was a farmer in 1880 at Watertown.10

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn lived in 1880 in Watertown, Wisconsin.10 He appeared on the census of 1880.11

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn died on 12 October 1886 at Watertown at age 63.3,4,12

Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery after 12 October 1886 at Watertown; He is listed as 'Father' on is grave marker.3

Children of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska

Citations

  1. [S56] , Baptisms 1823, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  2. [S58] Archives of D.F. Kellerman Permission to leave document, 990 (11 March 1854), Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  3. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  4. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  5. [S169] Permission to Leave, 20 Jun 1854.
  6. [S56] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  7. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  8. [S169] Permission to Leave.
  9. [S293] Albert Molzahn Passport Approval.
  10. [S350] 1880 Census, Albert Molzahn household.
  11. [S350] 1880 Census.
  12. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."

Andreas Molzahn1

M, b. 12 August 1820
Reference=0020.9
     He was born on 12 August 1820 at Komierowo, West Prussia.1 He was the son of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka.1

Andreas Molzahn was baptized on 13 August 1820 at Waldau, West Prussia. The baptism was witnessed by Jaonnes Szczepanski Additional Sponsor: Marianna Krajecka.1

Andreas Molzahn was also known as Malzon.2

Andreas Molzahn married Tekla Bukholz on 23 January 1846 at Komierowo, West Prussia.2

Child of Andreas Molzahn and Tekla Bukholz

Citations

  1. [S56] , Baptisms 1820, No. 55, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  2. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Andrew Molzahn1

M, b. December 1884
Reference=0010.2.3
     He was born in December 1884 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.1 He was the son of Adalbert Molzahn and Anna Powers.1

Andrew Molzahn married Bessie (?).1

Citations

  1. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.

Anna Molzahn

F, b. 1 July 1878, d. 14 February 1976
Reference=0005.0
     She was born on 1 July 1878.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Simon August Molzahn and Clara Nümm.4,1

Anna Molzahn was baptized on 18 July 1878 at St. Henry Church, Watertown. The baptism was witnessed by Eleanora Molzahn Her notebook says she was baptised on 14 Jul 1878. She appeared on the census of 1880.5

Anna Molzahn witnessed the confirmation of Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm circa 1886.

Anna Molzahn received First Holy Communion on 12 April 1891 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown.6

Anna Molzahn was confirmed on 9 June 1893 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown.7,6

Anna Molzahn was educated at St. Henry's in Watertown.

Anna Molzahn lived at 200 1/2 N 3rd between 1895 and 1976 in Watertown; Listed as Miss Annie Molzahn.8,9,10

Anna Molzahn lived at 302 N 3rd in 1899 in Watertown.11

Anna Molzahn married Henry Alexander Kellermann, son of Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann and Katharina Luber, on 3 September 1902 at St Henry's Church, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Hugo Simon Hertel, Joseph Albert Hertel, Theckla Kellermann, Dr. Thomas Shinnick and Edward Simon Engelhart.4,12,13,14,2 She witnessed the baptism of Andrew Hertel on 19 March 1903 at St. Henry Church, Watertown, WI.15

Anna Molzahn was also known as Anna Kellerman.16

The following announcement was printed in The Watertown Daily Times after 03 Jan 1910:
Welcomed Another Son
     Word comes from Watertown that a fine baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kellerman, Jr., on January 3. Two sons and a daughter now constitute the claimants for parental affection in the Kellerman home at Watertown.10 She and Henry Alexander Kellermann were New Tag in 1917 at 57th wedding gift.10

Anna Molzahn witnessed the burial of Theckla Kellermann on 14 October 1931 at Our Lady of Lourdes, Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin.17

Anna Molzahn was a witness when Dana Frank Kellerman was celebrating his first birthday on 3 August 1936.

The following article appeared in the Watertown Daily Times:
     Mrs. Harry Kellerman, North Third Street, who recently underwent an operation at St. Mary's hospital is reported to be on the road to recovery.
     Jefferson Co. writes Degenerative Arthritis.18

Harry A. Kellermans to Observe 60th Anniversary

Mr. an Mrs. Harry A. Kellerman 200 1/2 North Third Street, well known Watertown residents, will makr their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday, Sept. 3.
     A mas in their honor will be said in the morning at their home by the Very Rev. Anthony J. Herrman, pastor of St. Henry's Catholic Church. Permission to have the mass in the home was granted due to the fact that Mr. Kellerman's health will not permit him to attend the service in the church. The mass will be attended by members of the family only.
     There will be an open house in the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. No invitations are being issued. All relatives and friends are invited.
     Mr. Kellerman and the former Anna molzahn of Watertown were united in marriage on Sept. 3, 1902 in St. Henry's Catholic Church. Officiating was the late REv. Joseph La Boule. Only one of the attendants at the wedding is still living. She is Mrs. Clem Stacey of Chicago.
     Mr. and Mrs. Kellerman lived in Juneau and Marinete before moving to Watertown 65 years ago. He is a retired Watertown businessman. Mrs. Kellerman is a lifelong resident of Watertown. He is 89, while she is 84.
     The Kellermans are the parents of two sons, Frank and Edgar, both of Watertown, and one daughter, Mrs. George Chesemore, Madison. They have seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.19


Their Anniversary was recognized in the Watertown Daily Times as follows:

Jubilarians Honored

Very Rev. Anthony J. Hermann, pastor of St. Henry's parish, presented Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Kellerman, members of the parish, with and apostolic blessing from Pope John XIII on their 60th wedding anniversary, which they observed recently. Mrs. Frank Kellerman, a daughter-in-law, is in the background.
Father Hermann also said mass in their home because Mr. Kellerman's health would not permit him to go to church. Mr. Kellerman and the former Anna Molzahn of Watertown were married Sept. 3, 1902, by the late Fr. Joseph La Boule at St. Henry's. They have lived in their home at 200 1/2 N. 3rd st. since their marriage.
The Kellermans have two sons, Frank and Edgar of Watertown and a daughter, Mrs. George Chesemore of Madison, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.1
She left a will on 2 June 1965.

The following article appeared in the Watertown Daily Times in June, 1968.
     Mrs.. Kellerman To Celebrate 90th Birthday
     Mrs. Harry Kellerman, 2001/2 North Third Street, will celebrate the occasion of her 90th birthday with an open house at her home on Sunday, June 30, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited.
     Mrs. Kellerman is a lifelong resident of Watertown. She was born July 1, 1878, as Anna Molzahn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Molzahn.
     Mrs. Kellerman is enjoying good health and is fairly active. She is making good progress after being hospitalized for several months at Watertown Memorial Hospital following injuries suffered in a fall last December.
     Before entering the hospital, Mrs. Kellerman was a daily attendant at mass at St. Henry's Catholic Church.
     She has three children, a daughter, Mrs. George Cheesemore, Madison, and two sons, Edgar Kellerman and Frank Kellerman, both of Watertown. She has seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.10

Anna Molzahn lived at Watertown Skilled Care Center on 10 April 1971 in Watertown.10 She was New Tag on 1 July 1973 at 95th birthday.10

The following article appeared in the Watertown Daily Times:
     WATERTOWN - Mrs. Henry Kellerman celebrated her 97th birthday recently with a Mass in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kellerman, route 4, Watertown.
     Officiating at the Mass were Frs. Raymond Dunn and Michael Burke of St. Henry parish and Rev. Curt Alvarez, a deacon working at the parish.
     Mrs. Kellerman is still an avid reader and in good health. Until recently she attended daily Mass at St. Henry church. She now resides at the Watertown Skilled Care center.
     Her other two children are Mrs. George Cheesemore, Monona, and Frank, Watertown. She has seven grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Her husband, Harry, died in 1963.10 She was New Tag on 1 July 1975 at The right to the Bank of Watertown to buy her property.

Anna Molzahn died on 14 February 1976 at Watertown Memorial Hospital, Watertown, at age 97; Jefferson Co. writes Atreriosclertic Cardiovascular Disease.20,2

The following was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 16 Feb 1976:
     Mrs. Anna Kellerman
     Mrs. Anna Kellerman, 97, of 200 1/2 North Third Street, widow of Harry Kellerman, passed away Saturday evening at the Watertown Memorial Hospital following a brief illness.
     Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Schmutzler Funeral Home and at 11 a.m. at St. Henry's Catholic Church with Father Michael Burke officiating. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery.
     Friends and relatives may call to pay their respects at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. today and Tuesday until the time of the service. The Christian Mothers and parish rosary will be said this evening at 8 o'clock.
     The former Anna Molzahn was born in Watertown July 1, 1878, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Simon Molzahn. She was a lifetime resident of Watertown and on Sept. 3, 1902 married Harry Kellerman. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 1962. He died Nov. 26, 1963.
     Mrs. Kellerman was a member of St. Henry's Catholic church, the Christian Mothers Society of the church, the Catholic Woman's Club and the Watertown Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
     Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. George (Leona) Chesemore of Madison, two sons, Edgar, route 4, Watertown, and Frank of Watertown, seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.1

Anna Molzahn was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery on 17 February 1976 at Watertown.1

Funeral services were held on 17 February 1976 at St. Henry's Catholic Church and Cemetery, Watertown.1

Children of Anna Molzahn and Henry Alexander Kellermann

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 16 Feb 1976.
  2. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  3. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  4. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  5. [S350] 1880 Census.
  6. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  7. [S387] Ken Riedl, "Ken Riedl research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  8. [S211] 1895 Watertown Directory.
  9. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  10. [S68] Watertown Daily Times.
  11. [S213] Watertown Directory 1899-1900.
  12. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry: 25 Oct 1902.
  13. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 3 Sep 1902.
  14. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  15. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  16. [S103] Death Record.
  17. [S143] Letter, Cecilia Kellerman Lauerman to Harry Kellerman, 10 Jan 1934.
  18. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, circa 10 March 1937.
  19. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 1 Sep 1962.
  20. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  21. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 13 Sep 1999, p. 9.
  22. [S50] Mary Lemminger, "Lemminger Family Record."

Anna Molzahn

F, b. 1859, d. 14 August 1860
Reference=0010.7
     She was born in 1859 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1 She was the daughter of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska.

Anna Molzahn died on 14 August 1860 at Watertown.

Citations

  1. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.

Anna Molzahn1

F, b. 12 September 1814
Reference=0020.6
     She was born on 12 September 1814 Assumed birthdate to be 12 September 1814, because brother Christophe was born 12 September 1814 and his baptism was on the 18th, so it is assumed that they are twins.2 She was the daughter of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka.1

Anna Molzahn was baptized on 18 September 1814.2

Anna Molzahn married Jan Paternacki on 25 January 1836 at Komierowo, West Prussia.2

Citations

  1. [S56] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  2. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Anton Molzahn

M, b. 1857, d. 4 August 1860
Reference=0010.6
     He was born in 1857 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska.

Anton Molzahn died on 4 August 1860 at Watertown.

Citations

  1. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.

Augustinus Bartholomus Molzahn1

M, b. 26 August 1837
Reference=0020.4.2
     He was born on 26 August 1837 at Komierowo, Flatow, West Prussia, Prussia.1 He was the son of Michael Molzahn and Catharina Reicher.1

Citations

  1. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Carolus Molzahn1

M, b. 1 November 1840
Reference=0020.4.3
     He was born on 1 November 1840 at Komierowo, Flatow, West Prussia, Prussia.1 He was the son of Michael Molzahn and Catharina Reicher.1

Citations

  1. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Catharina Molzahn1

F, b. 15 November 1806
Reference=0020.3
     She was born on 15 November 1806 at Komierowo, West Prussia.1 She was the daughter of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka.1

Catharina Molzahn was baptized on 16 November 1806 at Waldau, West Prussia. Sponsors: Johann Papka, Marianna Raiowa.1

Catharina Molzahn was also known as Mulcowna means "daughter of Mulcon."

Catharina Molzahn married Martinus Jedrezejewski on 19 January 1829.2

Citations

  1. [S56] , Baptisms 1806, No. 80, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  2. [S57] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Cecelia Molzahn

F, b. 4 May 1873, d. 18 July 1959
Reference=0010.C
     She was born on 4 May 1873 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1,2,3,4,5 She was the daughter of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska.

Cecelia Molzahn was also known as Celia.5

Cecelia Molzahn lived in 1899 in Watertown.6

Cecelia Molzahn lived at 208 South Seventh Street in July 1959 in Watertown.4

Cecelia Molzahn owned and operated the Molzahn and Hertel Millinery before 18 July 1959 at Watertown.4

Cecelia Molzahn died on 18 July 1959 at St. Mary's Hospital, Watertown, at age 86.1,2,3,4,5,7

The following was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 20 Jul 1959:
     Miss Cecilia Molzahn Dies; Funeral Rites on Tuesday; Retired Milliner Passes Away at Hospital Saturday
     Miss Cecilia Molzahn, 86, a lifelong resident of Watertown and for many years one of its best known business women, died Saturday afternoon in St. Mary's Hospital. Death was due to general infirmities. Death came peacefully in her sleep at 2:30 o'clock. Her home was at 208 South Seventh Street.
     The funeral will take place Tuesday morning from the Schmutzler Funeral Home at 9 o'clock with services in St. Henry's Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. The Very Rev. A. J. Herrmann, V. F., will officiate and interment will be in St. Henry's Cemetery.
     Miss Molzahn was born here May 4, 1873, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Molzahn. She lived in Watertown her entire life.
     Miss Molzahn was the last member of her immediate family.
     She was a member of St. Henry's Church, the Catholic Woman's Club, St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, and St. Joseph's Home Auxiliary.
     She was a devout Catholic. Her many friends throughout the community held her in high regard.
     Miss Molzahn retired some years ago as a milliner. For many years she had operated the Molzahn and Hertel Millinery Shop at No. 7 Main Street, first in company with Miss Margaret Hertel and later alone.
     Friends may pay their respects at the Schmutzler Funeral Home this evening and also Tuesday before the funeral. The rosary will be said at 8 o'clock this evening.4

Cecelia Molzahn was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery on 21 July 1959 at Watertown.1,4

Citations

  1. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  2. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Descendants of Albert Molzahn Chart.
  3. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  4. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 20 Jul 1959.
  5. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  6. [S213] Watertown Directory 1899-1900.
  7. [S137] Prayer card.

Christian Molzahn

M, b. circa 1780
Reference=0040.0
     He was born circa 1780 at Komierowo, West Prussia.1 He was the son of Christian Molzahn and Barbara Bigalkowna.1

Christian Molzahn was also known as Molcan.2

Christian Molzahn married Anna Catherine Krajecka, daughter of Paul Krajecki and Eva Lubrechtowa, on 14 November 1802 at Komierowo, Waldau, West Prussia.3

Children of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka

Citations

  1. [S56] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  2. [S56] , Baptisms 1809, No. 46, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  3. [S56] , Marriages 1802, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  4. [S56] , Baptisms 1805, No. 84, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  5. [S56] , Baptisms 1806, No. 80, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  6. [S56] , Baptisms 1812, No. 2, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  7. [S56] , Baptisms 1814, No. 76, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  8. [S56] , Baptisms 1817, No. 57, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  9. [S56] , Baptisms 1820, No. 55, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.
  10. [S56] , Baptisms 1826, No. 68, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Christian Molzahn1

M, b. circa 1750
Reference=0080.0
     He was born circa 1750.1

Christian Molzahn was also known as Molcan.1

Christian Molzahn married Barbara Bigalkowna circa 9 December 1763.1

Children of Christian Molzahn and Barbara Bigalkowna

Citations

  1. [S56] Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.

Christoph Molzahn1

M, b. 12 September 1814
Reference=0020.7
     He was born on 12 September 1814 at Komierowo, West Prussia.1 He was the son of Christian Molzahn and Anna Catherine Krajecka.1

Christoph Molzahn was baptized on 18 September 1814 at Waldau, West Prussia. Sponsors: Peter Krajecki, Constantia Jacubeska.1

Citations

  1. [S56] , Baptisms 1814, No. 76, Roman Catholic Parish Registers of Baptims, Marriages and Deaths for Waldau (Kr. Flatow), West Prussia, Germany; now Waldowo (Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Poland. Includes Neu Waldau, Odobowo, Skarpa, Tobola, Teklanowo and others.