Donald Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0078
     He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David. He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin.

Donald Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

Francis Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0075
     He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David. He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin.

Francis Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

George Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0074
     He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David. He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin.

George Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

Child of George Nimm

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 13 Apr 1964.

Gerald Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0077
     He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David. He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin.

Gerald Nimm married Barbara Werth on 26 September 1954 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown, Wisconsin.
The following announcement was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 01 Oct 1954:
Vows Exchanged By Barbara Werth And Gerald Nimm
Nuptial vows were exchanged Saturday morning in St. Henry's Catholic Church by Miss Barbara Werth. 817 East Main Street, and Gerald Nimm, son of Mrs. Joseph Nimm, route 6. Officiating at the 9 o'clock ceremony was the Rev. Anthony J Herrmann.
     The soloist was Mrs. Robert Nimm, who sang, "Ava Maria" and "On This Day." Organist was Mrs. John G. Bardisse. Bouquets of yellow and white gladiolus decorated the altar.
     As the bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Gust Werth, she was seen in a gown of nylon imported lace en train, fashioned with a Queen Ann collar. Tiny nylon net ruffles detailed the front of the gown. A fingertip veil trimmed with lace was caught to a headdress of rhinestones and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and white snowdrift.
     Miss. Eileen Meitner as maid of honor wore a laurel green gown of lace and nylon net detailed with pleating. Matching pleating was folded across the strapless bodice. She wore a jacket of lace with a mandarin collar. White mums were in her cascade bouquet. Bridesmaids were Miss Hazel Krause and Mrs. Gust Anton who wore gowns of fuschia, styled like the maid of honor's. They carried cascade bouquets of yellow mums. The young women wore headbands matching their gowns.
     Best man was Donald Nimm, brother of the groom, while groomsmen were Neal McCraig and Gust Anton. Users were Dick and Jerry David, cousins of the groom.
     Fifty guests attended the dinner at noon at the Green Bowl. A 6 o'clock buffet supper was served at the brides home and was followed by a dance at Turner Hall.
     The groom, who graduated from Watertown High School, is employed at the Mid-States Shoe Co. His bride is also employed at the shoe company. They will make their home at 817 East Main Street.1

Gerald Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 01 Oct 1954.

John Andrew Nimm

M, b. 20 February 1867, d. after 2 August 1921
Reference=0011.2.1
     He was born on 20 February 1867 at Wisconsin.1,2 He was the son of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.

John Andrew Nimm was a merchant on 28 April 1891 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.3

John Andrew Nimm married Anna Frances Zoelle, daughter of Pius Zoelle and Augusta M. Lehmann, on 28 April 1891 at Watertown, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm and Frank Zoelle.3

John Andrew Nimm was a farmer between 1892 and 1893 at Watertown.4,5

John Andrew Nimm lived at 208 Monroe in 1895 in Watertown.6

John Andrew Nimm was a teamster in 1895 at Watertown.6

John Andrew Nimm lived at 216 Monroe in 1897 in Watertown.7

John Andrew Nimm was a well driller in 1897 at Watertown.7

John Andrew Nimm lived on 2 August 1921 in Wood County, Wisconsin.8

John Andrew Nimm died after 2 August 1921.8

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S416] 1880 Census, FHL Film #1255430, pg. 190B.
  3. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry.
  4. [S209] Watertown Directory 1892-1893.
  5. [S210] Watertown Directory 1893.
  6. [S211] 1895 Watertown Directory.
  7. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  8. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 2 Aug 1921.

Joseph Nimm

M, b. 11 February 1872, d. 8 March 1881
Reference=0011.2.3
     He was born on 11 February 1872 at Wisconsin.1,2,3 He was the son of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.1

Joseph Nimm died on 8 March 1881 at age 9; He died of diptheria.2

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.
  3. [S416] 1880 Census, FHL Film #1255430, pg. 190B.

Joseph Wendelin Nimm

M, b. 22 April 1886, d. 5 February 1951
Reference=0011.2.9
     He was born on 22 April 1886 at Route 6, Watertown, Wisconsin.1,2 He was the son of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.

Joseph Wendelin Nimm married Adelaide David, daughter of Joseph David, on 1 February 1910 at Watertown, Wisconsin.2

Joseph Nimm's obituary was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 05 Feb 1951:
J.W. Nimm Dies Today
Funeral Rites To Take Place On Wednesday
     Joseph W. Nimm, 64, route 6, died in St. Mary's hospital early today after an illness of about two weeks. He was born on the homestead in route 6 where he lived all his life. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nimm and was born April 22, 1886. On Feb 1, 1910 he married Miss Adelaide David. She survives as do one daughter and six sons.
     The children are Mrs. Herbert Stangler, route 5; George, also of route 5; Lawrence, Belvidere, Ill; Francis, route 6; Robert and Gerald, this city and Donald, route 6. There are eight grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters and a brother. Mrs. H.A. Duffy, Racine; Mrs. E.C. Wells, Lenoir City, Tenn; and Nicholas Nimm, this city.
     Mr. Nimm was a member of St. Henry's Catholic church, the Holy Name Society and the Rosary confraternity.
     The funeral is to take place Wednesday morning from the Boyle Funeral home with services in St. Henry's Church at 9:30 o'clock. The Rev. Joseph Brechtl will officiate and interment will be in the St. Henry's Cemetery.
     The body will lie in state at the funeral home beginning at 2 p.m. Tuesday.3

Joseph Wendelin Nimm died on 5 February 1951 at Watertown at age 64.2

Joseph Wendelin Nimm was buried at St. Henry's Cemetery on 7 February 1951 at Watertown.3

Children of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.
  3. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 05 Feb 1951.

Lawrence Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0079
     He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin. He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David.

Lawrence Nimm lived on 17 July 1972 in Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.

Lawrence Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

Martin Nimm1

M, b. 1910, d. 1911
Reference=0011.3.2.1
     He was born in 1910.1 He was the son of Nicholas Nimm and Catharina Schuch.1

Martin Nimm died in 1911.1

Citations

  1. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.

Mary Ann Nimm1

F
Reference=cM0137
     She is the daughter of George Nimm.1

Mary Ann Nimm married an unknown person on 4 April 1964. Mary Ann Nimm Wed April 4 to A. E. Miller
     Miss Mary Ann Nimm and Adam Eward Miller were united in marriage during an 11 o'clock nuptial mass held Saturday morning, April 4 in St. Bernard's Catholic Church. Officiating was the Rev. Vincent Thiman, C.S.C.
     Mass servers were William Clifford and Eugene Neumann. Soloist was Clarence Kapheim and organist, Mrs. John Bradisse.
     The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Nimm, route 2, Watertown, and the groom in the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller, Brodhead.
     For her wedding the bride selected a silk organza over taffeta sheath gown. Re-embroidered lace trimmed the front of the bodice and skirt. There was a full detachable cathedral train with a bow trim at the back waistline. An aurora crown held a hand rolled scalloped edge butterfly pouff veil of illusion. The bride's bouquet featured white carnations and eucalyptus.
     Dolly Lawrence, Kenosha, a college roommate of the bride, was maid of honor. Noreen Miller, sister of the groom, and Lois Schoeder, Cudahy, were bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid was Margaret Mary Nimm, sister of the bride. They were attired in green glow chiffon gowns with full length sheath type skirts topped with long sleeved blousons. Green satin circled the waists of the gowns. They wore floral type headdresses with short veils. Their bouquets featured one large white mum and feathered white mums.
     Attending the groom as best man was Edward Meitry, Brodhead, Richard Kneubuehl, Brodhead, and George Nimm, Jr., brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Ushers were William Pfisterer and Allen Williams of Brodhead.
     The dinner and reception were held in St. bernard's Hall.
     After their return from a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls, the newlyweds will reside in an apartment on route 2, Brodhead.
     Mr. Miller is a graduate of Madison Business College in Madison. He is employed at General Motors, Janesville. The bride, a graduate of Dominican College, Racine, is a music teacher in the Brodhead public school system.1

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 13 Apr 1964.

Mary Frances Nimm

F, b. 14 September 1878, d. 10 March 1912
Reference=0011.2.6
     She was born on 14 September 1878 at Wisconsin.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.

Mary Frances Nimm was also known as Maria F.

Mary Frances Nimm died on 10 March 1912 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, at age 33.2

Mary Nimm's obituary was printed as follows:
     The many friends of Miss Mary Frances Nimm, daughter of Mr. Peter Nimm will be grieved to learn of her untimely death which occurred at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Miss Nimm was born in Watertown September 14, 1879, and received her education in St. Henry's school. She possessed a kindly disposition and was loved by all who knew her. She had been ill with inflammatory rheumatism for several years and it was especially severe during the past three months.
     She was taken to St. Mary's hospital three weeks ago where she remained until the end came, the disease having affected her heart, causing death. The funeral will take place Wednesday to St. Henry's church at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Phillip Schweitzer will conduct the funeral services.

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.
  3. [S416] 1880 Census, FHL Film #1255430, pg. 190B.

Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm

F, b. 10 January 1874
Reference=0011.2.4
     She was born on 10 January 1874 at Wisconsin.1,2 She was the daughter of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.

Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm was confirmed circa 1886.

Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm witnessed the marriage of John Andrew Nimm and Anna Frances Zoelle on 28 April 1891 at Watertown, Wisconsin.3

Mary Magdeline (Lena) Nimm married Anthony J Duffey circa 1901.4

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S416] 1880 Census, FHL Film #1255430, pg. 190B.
  3. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry.
  4. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.

Nicholas Nimm

M, b. 29 October 1870, d. 3 June 1961
Reference=0011.2.2
     He was born on 29 October 1870 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley.

Nicholas Nimm married Catharina Schuch, daughter of John Schuch and Josephina Vajachak, on 26 May 1904 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.2

Nicholas Nimm worked as a farmer and railroad hand on 27 May 1904 at Watertown, Wisconsin.2

The couple had five children.3 He appeared on the census of 1940.4

Nicholas Nimm's obituary was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on 03 Jun 1961:
Nicholas Nimm, 90, Dies at Home Here
Funeral Rights To Be Tuesday At St. Henry's
     One of Watertown's old residents, Nicholas Nimm, of 912 Vine Street, died at his home at 9:30 a.m. today. He was 90. Death was due to general infirmities.
     Mr. Nimm was born in rural Watertown on Oct 29, 1870 and had lived in this community his entire life. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nimm.
     On May 26, 1904 he was married in St. Henry's Catholic Church to Kathryn Schuch. They observed their golden wedding in 1954 and their 57th anniversary on May 26 of this year.
List of Survivors
     Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Ruben Werner, this city and Mrs. John Pirkel, Janesville; three sons, Andrew, Eugene and Walter, all of Watertown. One son preceded in death.
     There are eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
     Two sisters also survive. Mrs. Anthony Duffy, Racine and Mrs. Embra Wells, Lenoir City, Tenn.
     Mr. Nimm was a member of St. Henry's Catholic Church and the Rosary Confraternity.
     He was a devout man and despite advancing years attended mass almost daily until he was forced to give up by the sheer force of growing infirmities.
     The funeral will take place Tuesday morning from the Schmutzler Funeral Home at 9 o'clock with services at the church at 9:30 a.m., the Very Rev. A.J. Herrmann, V.F. officiating. Interment will be in St. Henry's Cemetery.
     Friends may pay their respects at the Schmutzler Funeral Home from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday and on Tuesday before the funeral. The parish rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Monday.5

Nicholas Nimm died on 3 June 1961 at 912 Vine Street, Watertown, at age 90.5

Nicholas Nimm was buried at an unknown place on 6 June 1961 at Watertown.5

Children of Nicholas Nimm and Catharina Schuch

Citations

  1. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  2. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry: film no. 195107, 87, 00299.
  3. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  4. [S489] 1940 unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  5. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 03 Jun 1961.
  6. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.
  7. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 2 Feb 1911.

Robert Nimm

M, d. after 17 July 1972
Reference=cM0076
     He was the son of Joseph Wendelin Nimm and Adelaide David. He was born at Watertown, Wisconsin.

Robert Nimm died after 17 July 1972.

Unknown Nimm1

F, b. circa May 1910, d. 28 January 1911
     She was born circa May 1910.1 She was the daughter of Nicholas Nimm and Catharina Schuch.1

Unknown Nimm died on 28 January 1911 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1

Unknown Nimm was buried at St. Henry's on 30 January 1911 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.2

This obituary appeared in the Watertown Gazette on 02 Feb 1911:
The nine months old daughter of Nicholas Nimm and wife, 305 Lafayette street, died on Saturday. On Monday her remains were interred at St. Henry's cemetery.2

Citations

  1. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 2 Feb 1911.
  2. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 02 Feb 1911.

Walter Nimm

M, b. 1915
     He was born in 1915.1 He is the son of Nicholas Nimm and Catharina Schuch.

Citations

  1. [S489] 1940 unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Elizabeth Nolan1

F, b. 1833, d. 1895
Reference=0024.A*
     She was born in 1833 at Ireland.1

Elizabeth Nolan married Blasius Denig, son of Antoine Denig and Anne Kran, before 1858.1,2

Elizabeth Nolan was buried at St. Peter & Paul Cemetery in 1895 at Hamburg, New York; She was buried in the Dana lot.3

Elizabeth Nolan died in 1895.3

Children of Elizabeth Nolan and Blasius Denig

Citations

  1. [S67] Glenn Atwell, "Buffalo Area Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 26 Jul 2001, St. Louis Parish, Buffalo baptisms.
  2. [S71] 1865 Census, State, Eden, New York, Frame 149.
  3. [S67] Glenn Atwell, "Buffalo Area Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 26 Jul 2001.
  4. [S79] John W. Jordan, Genealogical and personal history of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania.
  5. [S70] Blass L. Dana Gravestone.

June Catherine Nolan

F, b. 27 August 1913, d. 28 October 1969
Reference=0003.4*
     She was born on 27 August 1913 at North Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Walter Edward Nolan and Nelle B. Burchhill.3

June Catherine Nolan was educated at St. Agnes Hospital School of Nursing before 30 March 1940 in Fond du Lac.5,6

June Catherine Nolan married Edward Walter Dana, son of Leo Frederic Dana and Matilda Ursula Weber, on 30 March 1940 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Fond du Lac.5,1,7,3,8,9

The following wedding announcement appeared in the Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter on 30 Mar 1940:
     Marriage is Read for Edward Dana, Miss June Nolan; Nuptial Mass is solemnized this morning at St. Patrick's church
     Given in marriage by her father, Miss June Catherine Nolan, 135 Hoyt street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Nolan, became the bride of Edward W. Dana, 85 East Johnson street, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Dana, in a ceremony read at 10 a.m. today in St. Patrick's church by the Rev. S. J. Dowling. Easter lilies, carnations and maiden hair fern decorated the chancel for the service. Nuptial marches were played by the organist, Miss Lucine Marcoux. Royal McLain sang the mass and Earl Joseph rendered Gounod's "Ave Maria" during the offertory.
     Dresden white mousseline de sole fashioned with a fitted bodice, long sleeves and a full skirt that ended in a slight train comprised the gown worn by the bride. Her full length veil was held with a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a sheaf of white roses and a white prayerbook and handkerchief that had been carried by her mother on her first communion day and wedding day. She wore also a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom.
     Miss Jane Marshall, the maid of honor, attired in a mauve organza gown, and the Misses Bernadine Burchill of Tracy, Minn., and Miss Patricia Burchill of St. Paul Minn., the bridesmaids, wearing Grecian rose organza frocks, carried colonial bouquets and wore small hats of natural flowers. Their costumes were completed with gold necklaces and gold crosses, gifts from the bride.
     George Dana served as best man and Philip Burchill of this city and Dr. Robert Dana of Madison were the groomsmen. Ushers were Raymond Ricklefs of this city and Frank Kellerman of Watertown.
     Breakfast was served following the ceremony at Mrs. Groll's Coffee Shoppe where 45 guests were entertained.
     After a honeymoon trip Mr. and Mrs. Dana will be at home at 113 West Division street. For travel the bride selected a fur trimmed blue suit and blue accessories.
     The bride is a graduate of St. Agnes Hospital School of Nursing and Mr. Dana, who attended Marquette University, is vice president of the Fond du Lac Insurance company.
     Guests at the wedding included J. A. Burchill of Tracy, Minn., William Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Monihan and Mrs. Thomas Nolan of Janesville, Miss Eleanor Weber of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kellerman and son, Dana, of Watertown, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weber of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burton of Port Washington, Florian Weber and Miss Margaret June Burchill of Oshkosh, Miss Marie Nieson of Racinem and George Nolan of Janesville.5

June Catherine Nolan was a registered nurse on 30 March 1940 at Fond du Lac.10

June Catherine Nolan lived at 542 Greenwood street in Fond du Lac.1

June Catherine Nolan died on 28 October 1969 at St. Agnes Hospital, Fond du Lac, following a short illness, at age 56.1,2,3

The following obituary was printed in the Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter on 29 Oct 1969:
Mrs. Dana Dies At 56 In Hospital
     Mrs. Edward W. Dana, 56, of 542 Greenwood St., died at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at St. Agnes Hospital following a short illness.
     She was born Aug. 27, 1913, in the city, a daughter of Walter and Nellie Burchill Nolan. The former June Nolan was married to Edward W. Dana on March 30, 1940, at St. Patrick's Church.
     Mrs. Dana was graduated from Fond du Lac Senior High School and St. Agnes School of Nursing. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, the Altar Society and St. Agnes Alumni Association.
     Survivors include her widower; two sons, Edward W. Jr. of the city, and Pvt. John N. of Ft. Campbell, KY; one daughter, Mrs. David Clement of the city; and two grandchildren.
     Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Zacherl Funeral Home and 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church with the Rev. John H. Goebel officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
     Friends may call from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.1

June Catherine Nolan was buried at Calvary Cemetery on 31 October 1969 at Fond du Lac.1,2,3,11

Children of June Catherine Nolan and Edward Walter Dana

Citations

  1. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 29 Oct 1969.
  2. [S49] Inscriptions of Calvary Cemetary, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, pp. 97.
  3. [S125] John N. Dana, "John N. Dana Correspondence."
  4. [S313] Fond du Lac Co Vital Records (published), Vol 1940 - pg 77.
  5. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 30 Mar 1940.
  6. [S238] Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, City Directory, 1932.
  7. [S129] Fond du Lac Reporter, 4 Dec 1983.
  8. [S329] Andy Chiello, "Andy Chiello research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, taken from the Social Security Death Index.
  9. [S424] Certificate of Marriage.
  10. [S145] Fond du Lac County Register of Deeds.
  11. [S84] Fond du Lac, headstone inscription, Archives of D.F. Kellerman, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Walter Edward Nolan

M, b. 27 July 1881, d. 1942
Reference=cD0151
     He was born on 27 July 1881 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1,2

Walter Edward Nolan married Nelle B. Burchhill, daughter of Stephen S. Burchill and Ellen G. (?), on 25 September 1907.1,2 He Conductor, C&N Railway between 1928 and 1932 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.3,4

Walter Edward Nolan and Nelle B. Burchhill lived at 135 Hoyt between 1928 and 1932 in Fond du Lac.3,4

Walter Edward Nolan died in 1942 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.1

Walter Edward Nolan was buried at Calvary Cemetary, Section 5A, Row 14 in 1942 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1

Child of Walter Edward Nolan and Nelle B. Burchhill

Citations

  1. [S49] Inscriptions of Calvary Cemetary, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, pp. 97.
  2. [S125] John N. Dana, "John N. Dana Correspondence."
  3. [S238] Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, City Directory, 1932.
  4. [S308] Fond du Lac Directory 1928.

Elisabeth Nold1

F, b. before 21 April 1760
     She was born before 21 April 1760.1

Elisabeth Nold married Frans Notler before 21 April 1760.1

Child of Elisabeth Nold and Frans Notler

Citations

  1. [S19] Church Record, Catholic Church, Havixbeck, Westphalia, Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1590-1809.

Agnes Helen Normile1

F, b. 1886
Reference=cD1091
     She was born in 1886.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Carolyne Lucille Normile1

F, b. 1887
Reference=cD1092
     She was born in 1887.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

David Normile1

M, b. between 1852 and 1870
Reference=cD1082
     He was born between 1852 and 1870.1 He was the son of Patrick Normile and Eliza (?).1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Edna Normile1

F, b. 1889
Reference=cD1093
     She was born in 1889.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Elizabeth Loraine Normile1

F, b. 11 September 1876, d. 24 July 1945
Reference=0006.2*
     She was born on 11 September 1876 The 1905 Wisconsin census lists her as being 26 years old, indicating a birthdate of 1878 or 1879. The cemetery inscriptions and Thomas Goulde's email list the year as 1875.2,3,1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.4,1

Elizabeth Loraine Normile married Paul J. Dana, son of George P. Dana and Genevieve Phoebe Lanners, on 20 October 1902 at St. Patrick's church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The following article was printed in the Fond du Lac Daily Reporter:
     WAS A MATRIMONIAL COUP
     Paul F. Dana and Miss Elizabeth Normile Married This Morning
     A quiet wedding was celebrated this morning at 7 o'clock in St. Patrick's church, the bride being Miss Elizabeth Loraine Normile and the groom Paul F. Dana. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Daniel Donovan, in the presence of only the immediate relatives. George Dana, a brother of the groom, acted as best man and the bridesmaid was Miss Lilian Normile. The bride was gowned in a blue traveling suit and carried a prayer book.
     Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Normile, No. 18 West Johnson street, and at 10 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Dana left on a wedding trip to the north. They expect to spend about two weeks out of the city, and will be at home after November 25 at No. 18 Sophia street.
     The wedding was not previously announced and the many friends of both parties were taken completely by surprise when they learned of it. The bride has been associated with her sisters, M. & L. Normile, in the millinery business here for a number of years. Mr. Dana is connected with the hardware firm of his father, George P. Dana, and is one of the popular young business men of Fond du Lac.
     
     
     The following article appeared in the Fond du Lac Commonwealth:
     DANA-NORMILE NUPTIALS
     Mr. Paul J. Dana and Miss Elizabeth Loraine Normile Surprise Their Friends
     Early Wedding at St. Patrick's Church
     A Pretty Ceremony
     The marriage of Mr. Paul J. Dana and Miss Elizabeth Loraine Normile was solemnized at St. Patrick's church this morning at 7 o'clock, Rev. J.J. Keenam officiating. The announcement will come as a complete surprise to their many friends as but a few were aware of the close proximity of the happy event. A special dispensation was granted the young people by Judge Richter, Saturday afternoon, and accordingly the time of the marriage was known only by the relatives and a few of their intimate friends.
     The young people were attended by Mr. George Dana, as a groomsman and Miss Lilian Normile, a sister of the bride as maid-of-honor. THe bride was attired in a very pretty fashion gown of navy blue and carried flowers. Miss Lilian Normile was also exquisitely gowned. As the bridal procession entered the church, Lohnengren's wedding march was played by Mr. A.G. Dana, and during the ceremony "Hearts and Flowers" was softly rendered. The ceremony at the church was witnessed by the immediate relatives of the contracting parties.
     An elaborate reception followed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Normile, No 18 West Johnson street. The residence was prettily decorated for the occasion, an abundance of cut flowers and smilax being in evidence. In the dining room a wedding breakfast was served at 8 o'clock. The table and wall decorations of this room were very attractive. Mr. and Mrs. Dana left at 10:30 this morning for the north and before returning will take an extended trip throughout the east. Upon their return they will be at home at No. 18 Sophia street.
     Not withstanding the fact that the wedding secret was confided amongst but a few friends, the young people will upon their return receive the congratulations of a very large circle of friends. Mr. Dana, the groom, is very well known in this city, and is associated in the hardware business with his father, Geo. P. Dana. He possesses a jovial nature and is popular among his friends. The bride is a young lady of estimable qualities and until recently has been engaged in the milliner business with her sisters, the Misses M. and L. Normile.
     Mr. and Mrs. Dana were made the recipients of a large number of wedding presents, including beautiful designs in cut glass and silverware. The collection also included a large number of pieces of furniture.5,6,7,8

Elizabeth Loraine Normile witnessed the marriage of Thomas C. Downs and Leona Julia Dana on 26 June 1907 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.9,10,7

Elizabeth Loraine Normile died on 24 July 1945 at Fond du Lac at age 68.2,7

Elizabeth Loraine Normile was buried at Calvary Cemetary, Section 5B, Row 3 after 24 July 1945 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin; Second Dana Burial Plot.2,11

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  2. [S49] Inscriptions of Calvary Cemetary, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, pp. 110.
  3. [S316] 1905 State census, Wisconsin, FHL Film #1020439-990.
  4. [S127] Past and Present: Biographies.
  5. [S14] Fond du Lac Commonwealth, 20 Oct 1902, 21 Aug 1944.
  6. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 20 Oct 1902.
  7. [S329] Andy Chiello, "Andy Chiello research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  8. [S122] Wisconsin Marr. Records, Pre 1907, Fond du Lac County, Dana marriages.
  9. [S107] The Daily Commonwealth, 26 Jun 1907.
  10. [S186] Maurice McKenna.
  11. [S60] Barbara Ricklefs, "Ricklefs, Barbara Correspondence", Dana Burial Plot Notes.

Frances Normile1

F, b. 1880
Reference=cD1087
     She was born in 1880.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Frank Normile1

M
Reference=cD1122
     He is the son of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S372] Rachel Goulde, "Rachel Goulde correspondence," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

John Normile1

M, b. between 1852 and 1870
Reference=cD1083
     He was born between 1852 and 1870.1 He was the son of Patrick Normile and Eliza (?).1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Lilian M Normile1

F, b. 1874
Reference=cD1086
     She was born in 1874.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.

Margaret Normile1

F, b. 1877, d. 1888
Reference=cD1088
     She was born in 1877.1 She was the daughter of Michael Normile and Margaret Haverty.1

Margaret Normile died in 1888.2

Citations

  1. [S371] Thomas Goulde, "Thomas Goulde email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  2. [S372] Rachel Goulde, "Rachel Goulde correspondence," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.