Henrici Nümm1

M

Citations

  1. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Henricus Nümm

M, b. 9 September 1742, d. 1 February 1803
Reference=088.0
     He was born on 9 September 1742 at Blankenberg, North Rhine-Westphalia.1,2 He was the son of Heinrich Nümm and Maria Gertrud Häger.2

Henricus Nümm was Catholic.3

Henricus Nümm was baptized on 9 September 1742 at Blankenberg. Baptismal sponsors were Heinrich Höhner and Magdalena Häger.4

Henricus Nümm was also known as Heinrich.5,4,2

Henricus Nümm was a farmer.6

Henricus Nümm married Anna Catharina Francisca Schwellenbach on 15 March 1773 at Geistingen Catholic church, Bödingen. Witnesses were Wilhelm Heyënbach, Johann Heinrich Gödert, and Godfried Schwellenbach.7,8,9

Henricus Nümm married Veronica Schneider on 15 May 1792 at St, Michael's church, Geistingen. Witnesses were Wilhelm Brodhart and Heinrich Haubt.9,10,11

Henricus Nümm died on 1 February 1803 at Bödingen, North Rhine-Westphalia, at age 60.12,4

Henricus Nümm was buried at an unknown place on 3 February 1803 at Bödingen.13

Children of Henricus Nümm and Anna Catharina Francisca Schwellenbach

Children of Henricus Nümm and Veronica Schneider

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 14 Jul 2005, 21 Jul 2005, 16 May 2006.
  2. [S385] , Births 1742. Page 17, Blankenberg Catholic church records.
  3. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 09 May 2006.
  4. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 23 Jun 2005.
  5. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  6. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 23 Jun 2006.
  7. [S296] Geistingen, Rheinland church records.
  8. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 18 May 2005, 16 Jun 2005.
  9. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.
  10. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 Jun 2005.
  11. [S33] Geistingen, Rheinland, Germany, Catholic Church, Geistingen (Siegkreis), Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1770-1809; FHL Film #0187170.
  12. [S32] Geistingen, Rheinland, Germany, Catholic Church, Geistingen (Siegkreis), Heiraten/Tote, 1770-1809: Death 1803. Page 154; FHL Film #0187170.
  13. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 May 2006, 23 Jun 2005.
  14. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 May 2006, 16 Jun 2006.
  15. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Joannes Henricus Nümm

M, b. 7 December 1802
Reference=0022.4
     He was born on 7 December 1802 at Greuelsiefen, Rheinland.1 He was the son of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.

Joannes Henricus Nümm was baptized on 7 December 1802 at Geistingen Catholic church, Rheinland, Prussia. Godparents were Johannes Henricus Schmitz and Anna Margaretha Löhbach.1,2,3,4

Joannes Henricus Nümm was also known as Johann Heinrich Nümm.5

Citations

  1. [S65] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholischke Kirche, (Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1750-1809).
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  3. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  4. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.
  5. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 09 May 2006.

Johannes Nümm1

M, b. 27 January 1814
     He was born on 27 January 1814 at Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia.1 He was the son of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.1

Johannes Nümm was baptized. Godparents: Wilhelm Wiel, farmer from Blankenberg; Matthias Hohn, farmer from Geisbach.1

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 09 May 2006.

John Nümm

M, b. 10 September 1837, d. 1861
Reference=0011.1
     He was born on 10 September 1837 at Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 6 A.M.
Witnesses were Johann Nümm and Christian Walterscheid.1,2 He was the son of Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter.

John Nümm was also known as Johann.3,1

John Nümm died in 1861.3

Citations

  1. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File, Birth document. Pg. 57 No. 113.
  2. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  3. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."

Margaretha Nümm

F, b. 23 July 1844, d. 18 January 1919
Reference=00011.4
     She was born on 22 July 1844.1,2 She was born on 23 July 1844 at 2 a.m., Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Witnesses were Heinrich Heidinger and Johann Wuddel.3,4 She was the daughter of Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter.

Margaretha Nümm lived on 2 April 1915 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.5

Margaretha Nümm married (?) Martch.5

Margaretha Nümm died on 18 January 1919 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, at age 74.6

Margaretha Nümm was buried at an unknown place after 18 January 1919 at Watertown.6

Citations

  1. [S407] "Molzahn Family Book."
  2. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  3. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  4. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File, Birth document. p. __, no. 106.
  5. [S154] Court Records, 2 Apr 1915.
  6. [S85] Milwaukee County, Wisconsin - Death Record.

Maria Nümm1

F, b. 29 June 1736
Reference=88.2
     She was born on 29 June 1736 at Blankenberg, North Rhine-Westphalia.1 She was the daughter of Heinrich Nümm and Maria Gertrud Häger.1

Maria Nümm was baptized. Godparents: Wilhelm Kraus and Maria Hayer.1

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 06 Jun 2006.

Maria Cathrina Nümm

F, b. 12 August 1841, d. 8 September 1904
Reference=0011.3
     She was born on 12 August 1841 at Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 2 a.m.
Witnesses were Martin Wuddel and Heinrich Nümm.1,2 She was the daughter of Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter.

Maria Cathrina Nümm was also known as Kate.

Maria Cathrina Nümm lived in 1860 in Whitewater, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.3 She married Wilhelm Schneider.

Maria Cathrina Nümm died on 8 September 1904 at age 63.4

Citations

  1. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File, Birth document. Pg. 57 No. 113.
  2. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  3. [S154] Court Records, 2 Apr 1915.
  4. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."

Maria Elisabetha Nümm

F, b. 10 May 1801
Reference=00022.3
     She was born on 10 May 1801 at Greuelsiefen, Rheinland.1,2 She was the daughter of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.

Maria Elisabetha Nümm was baptized on 10 May 1801 at Geistingen Catholic church, Rheinland, Prussia. The child's godparents were Maria Elizabetha Heimbach called Strunck and Henricus Schmitz.3,2,4,5

Citations

  1. [S65] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholischke Kirche, (Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1750-1809).
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  3. [S283] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  4. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  5. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.

Maria Francisca Nümm1

F, b. 17 January 1781
Reference=0044.4
     She was born on 17 January 1781.2 She was the daughter of Henricus Nümm and Anna Catharina Francisca Schwellenbach.1

Maria Francisca Nümm was baptized on 17 January 1781 at Geistingen Catholic church, Bödingen. Baptismal sponsors were Maria Francisca Heimbachs and Godfried Schwellenbach.1,3

Citations

  1. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 May 2006.
  3. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.

Maria Magdalena Nümm

F, b. 1 April 1805
Reference=0022.5
     She was born on 1 April 1805 at Dondorf, Rheinland, At about 11 o'clock at night, Maria Magdalena, the 4th child, was born with the assistance of the midwife Patt from Greuelsiefen, legitimate daughter of Henricus Nümm, a carpenter, and Anna Magdalena Schmitz, a married couple, and baptized on the 3rd of April. Godparents were Maria Magdalena Schmitz, called Körfer, and Theodorus Könczgen (Könsgen), residing in Hossenberg.1 She was the daughter of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.

Maria Magdalena Nümm was baptized on 3 April 1805 at Geistingen Catholic church, Rhineland, Prussia. Godparents were Maria Magdalena Schmitz and Theodorus Könczgen (Konlügen). The Uberwassenkirchen gives the baptismal date as 1 April.1,2,3,4

Citations

  1. [S65] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholischke Kirche, (Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1750-1809).
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  3. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  4. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.

Maria Magdelena Nümm1

F, b. 13 August 1811
     She was born on 13 August 1811 at Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia.1,2 She was the daughter of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.1

Maria Magdelena Nümm was baptized. Godparents: Matthias Weber, Wirt; Bertram Kenzinger, Police Sargent.1

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 09 May 2006.
  2. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File.

Peter Nümm

M, b. 20 January 1840, d. 2 August 1921
Reference=0011.2
      Peter Nümm was also known as Nims. He was born on 20 January 1840 at Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Witnesses were Adolph Schmitz and Wilhelm Höhner.
     A researcher from Omega Translation Services located Dondorf in this way:
     Dondorf is located at 50 degrees 46 seconds north latitude and 7 degrees 19 seconds east longitude, about 10 miles east of the city of Bonn, Germany, and less than two miles east of the town of Hennef. In 1910, Dondorf was described as a village in the Prussian province of the Rhineland with a population of 80. It is now located in the German state of Nordrhein-Westfalen, and the population was 124 in 1982.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter.3,4

Peter Nümm was baptized at Geistingen. A Catholic Church in Geistingen.5 His baptism name was Wimar.2 He lived before 1850 in an unknown place.

Peter Nümm immigrated in 1852; He sailed from Antwerp and landed in New Orleans, Louisiana.5

Peter Nümm worked, although only 12, on the Milwaukee Watertown railroad in 1852 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.6

Peter Nümm was a farmer before 6 August 1862 at Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.7

Peter Nümm began military service on 6 August 1862 Ripon, Company H, 20th Wisconsin Infantry
Anna Grimsrud's letter has his service beginning August 5.8,7

He was wounded in the arm at the Siege of Vicksburg on 21 June 1863 at Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.7

Peter Nümm ended military service in August 1864 at Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin; He was discharged.
Anna Grimsrud's letter has his unit being mustered out on 14 July, 1865.8,7

Peter Nümm married Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley on 29 October 1864 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. Obit says she was married October 29, 1865.9

Peter Nümm lived at N S Griswold near Dupon in 1866 in Watertown, Dodge County.

As of 1866, Peter Nümm was also known as Ninum.

Peter Nümm was a farmer in 1866 at N S Griswold near Dupon, Watertown, Dodge County, Wisconsin.10

Peter Nümm was an original charter member, St. Henry's mutual benefit society.
St. Henry's Fifty Years In Existence
-Mutual Benefit Society Has Paid Many Sick and Death Benefits-Will Celebrate Golden Jubilee
     Fifty years ago a handful of men met in St. Henry's Catholic church and organized a benevolent association which still remains in existence and whose golden jubilee will be commemorated Sunday. The organization is known as St. Henry's Mutual Benefit association, a branch of a state and national organization. During the interval which has lapsed since its formation to the present time the society has done much for humanity among its members paying sick and death benefits and relieving distress.
     The society was organized July 15, 1867, and its first officers were:
     President-Meinhard Mueller.
     Vice President-Bernard Koch.
     Secretary-Anton Schumacher.
     Vice Secretary-Charles Hahn.
     Treasurer-John Spohn.
     Trustees-John Dentz, Fredolin Ruesch, Joseph Breh,
     Charter Members
     Of the charter members who still retain membership there are only three living, Simon Gruen, John Kuna, and Jhn Joda, Sr., of Watertown.
     Among the charter members are many who will be remembered by the present generation, many of them being men of prominence in the business and social life of the city half a century ago and later. The original charter members were:
     Meinhard Mueller, Bernard Koch, John Spohn,m John Deutz, Charles Hahn, Fredolin, Reusch, Joseph Brehm, John Kress, M. Uehlemeyer, John Neurohr, Mathais Braun, Joseph Vogel, Conrad Mueller, Ferdinand Wetter, Liborius Zeitler, Joseph Erb, Simon Gruen, John Joda, Joseph Remehr, Joseph Jungmann, Mathais Sheblak, John Kuna, Frank Graffe, John Hauer, Michael Richtmann, John Tanner, Michael Jendrezki, Frank Werner, Anton Koch, Ferdinand Stangler, John Frey , John Pinger, Peter Pinger, Philip Reith, Charles Wollensack, William Loeffler, Peter Nimm, Timothy Loeffler..11

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum has written this on Peter Nümm's Regiment and its Civil War activities:
     The Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry Regiment was organized and its final muster into the service of the United States completed at Camp Randall, Madison, Wisconsin August 23, 1862. The regiment left the state August 30 and joined General Herron's Brigade at Rollo, MO, September 6, and was sent on a march to southwestern Missouri, participating in the campaign then being conducted against the Confederates by the Army of the Frontier in southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. It took part in the battle of Prairie Grove, AR December 7, 1862.
     The Twentieth continued in active service in southwestern Missouri until June following, when the regiment was transferred to Vicksburg and took its place in the trenches June 15, 1863, remaining a part of the besieging forces until the surrender July 4, following. After Vicksburg, the regiment was in service on various expeditions in Mississippi and Louisiana, including one to Natchez, Port Hudson and Morganza. Later in the year the Twentieth accompanied the Texas expedition which left New Orleans Oct. 26, 1863, disembarking at Brazos, Santiago, TX and going on duty at or near Brownsville, TX, on the Rio Grande, where it remained until the following August. During this time it participated in many expeditions, including a two-day excursion across the Rio Grande into Mexico, January 12-14, 1864. Returning to New Orleans in August, the Twentieth formed a portion of the land forces accompanying Admiral Farragut's Expedition against the Confederate forces in Mobile Harbor in August, 1864, the regiment participated with the land forces investing Ft. Morgan until the surrender of that stronghold on August 23, 1864. And continued thereafter with the Union forces in southern Alabama and took part in the investment of Spanish Fort, March 27, to April 8, 1865, and the reduction and capture of Fort Blakely April 19, 1865.
     In the latter part of June the Twentieth was situated at Galveston, TX, where it remained and performed the usual duties of garrison service until mustered out of the service of the United States July 15, 1865. It reached Madison July 30, and was disbanded August 9, 1865.12

(an unknown value).8

Peter Nümm was also known as Peter Nimm.13 He appeared on the census of 1880.14

DECLARATION FOR PENSION
     His personal description at enlistment was as follows: Height, 5 feet 10 inches; complexion, fair; color of eyes, blue; color of hair, dark; that his occupation was farmer; that he was born January 19th, 1840, at Germany.15

The following is an excerpt from a report out of the US Pension Office, Civil War Division:
     ... That he is a pensioner drawing a pension under certificate #132437.
     That he is unable to obtain at the present time, a certified copy of the public or church record of his birth for the reason that he was born in Germany at Dondorf, near Siegberg, and that he was baptised in the Catholic Church at Geistinger, that same neighborhood, and that the said country of Germany is at war at the present time and he does not believe he can obtain any certified record. That a family record is in the hands of his sister, Clara Molzahn, a verified copy of which is hereto attached.
     In the summer of 1850 this affiant lived in Germany and in 1852 he sailed from Antwerp and landed at New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1860 he lived near Ripon, Wisconsin, working out by the month on a farm for a German, but he does not remember his name. That he enlisted in 1862 from Ripon, Wisconsin.
     That his father's name was Peter Nimm and his mother's name was Anna. He had four brothers and sisters: John Nimm, who died in 1861, Margaret Martch, now living in Watertown, Wisconsin, Kate Schneider, now deceased, and Clara Molzahn, now living at Watertown, Wisconsin, and that these were all living and residents of Watertown, Wisconsin, in 1860 excepting Kate Schneider who lived at Whitewater, Wisconsin.5

The following obituary was printed in The Watertown Daily Times on 2 Aug 1921:
Peter Nimm Dies Early This Morning, Civil War Veteran, Death Occurred at Home of His Daughter in Racine--Body will be Brought Here for Burial.
     The death of Peter Nimm, a former resident of Watertown and veteran of the Civil War occurred in the home of his daughter in Racine this morning. Death was due to the infirmities of old age. He was a resident of this section many years and was one of the best known farmers of the town of Watertown, but removed to this city about fifteen years ago.
     Mr. Nimm was born near Sieburg, Germany, January 19, 1840, and came to this section in 1852 with his parents. During the following winter, although only a boy of 12, he worked on the Milwaukee Watertown railroad then being built west from Lake Michigan. During the following years until he enlisted, he worked on farms near Princeton and Ripon and upon his return from service was united in wedlock with Gertrude Hanley, who died eleven years ago. He is survived by three sons, John of Wood County, Nicholas, this city, and Joseph of Watertown, and three daughters, Mrs. Anthony Duffy, Racine, Mrs. Catherine Schermerhorn, Milwaukee, Mrs. Clara Wells, Tennessee, One sister, Miss Simon Molzahn of this city also survives.
     Mr. Nimm was a man of fine character, and general disposition which attracted to him many friends and during his long residence in this section was greatly esteemed.
     Mr. Nimm was a veteran of the Civil war. He enlisted at Ripon near where he had been working on a farm August 6, 1862, for a term of three years. He was wounded in the right arm on June 21, 1863, at the siege of Vicksburg while on fatigue duty, digging rifle pits. His discharge shows that he enlisted in Co. H, Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry and was on detail duty when mustered out at the expiration of his term of service.
     The body will be brought to Watertown for burial.6

Peter Nümm died on 2 August 1921 at Watertown at age 81.16

The following obituary was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 3 Aug. 1921:
Nimm
     Peter Nimm, aged 81 years, died last night after a short illness. Mr. Nimm was born in Dondorf, Prussia, and came to this country with his parents when he was 12 years old. When the Civil war broke out he enlisted with Company H, Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry. He was wounded at Vicksburg and was later transferred to an ambulance company with which he served until the end of the war. Mr. Nimm had been a resident of Watertown, Wis. until about a year and a half ago, when he came to Racine to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Duffey, 918 Huron street.
     Mr. Nimm is survived by six children: John of Arpin, Wis; Nicholas and Joseph of Watertown; Mrs. Catherine Shermerhorn, of Milwaukee; Mrs. Clara G. Wells, of Lenoir City, Tenn; and Mrs. A. J. Duffey of Racine; and one sister, Mrs. Clara Molzahn, of Watertown.
     The body will be sent to Watertown Thursday, and funeral services will take place Friday at 9 a.m. at St. Henry's church, Watertown.17

Peter Nimm's obituary was printed on 4 Aug 1921:      The funeral of the late Peter Nimm was held this morning at 9:30 o'clock with services in St. Henry's church, of which he was a devout member during his long residence in this community. Services were conducted by Rev. Francis Schwinn. The pallbearers were Simon Gruen, Michael Buchak, John Heilling, Joseph Sleicher, Joseph Leschinger and Wenzel Prochazka.
     Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duffy and daughter, Mrs. Erne Wallet, Racine, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shermerhorn, Milwaukee, Mrs. Embree C. Wells, Senior City, Tenn., Sister M. Antonette (Gertrude Nimm) of Janesville, Sister M. Francis, Janesville, Mrs. Fred Brauns, Mrs. Albert Preusse and son, Chicago.18

Funeral services were held on 5 August 1921 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown, Wisconsin; The following funeral announcement was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 5 Aug 1921:
     The funeral of the late Peter Nimm was held this morning at 9:30 o'clock with services in St. Henry's church, of which he was a devout member during his long residence in this community. Services were conducted by Rev. Francis Schwinn. The pallbearers were Simon Gruen, Michael Buchakl, John Heiling, Joseph Sleicher, Joseph Leschinger and Wenzel Prochazka.
     Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duffy and daughter, Mrs. Erne Wallet, Racine, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shermerhorn, Milwaukee, Mrs. Embree C. Wells, Senior City, Tenn., Sister M. Antonette (Gertrude Nimm_ of Janesville, Sister M. Francis, Janesville, Mr. Fred Brauns, Mrs. Albert Preusse and son, Chicago.19

Peter Nümm was buried at St. Henry's Church on 5 August 1921 at Watertown.17

Children of Peter Nümm and Gertrude Elizabeth Hanley

Citations

  1. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  2. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File, Birth document. Pg. 6 No. 11.
  3. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005.
  4. [S31] Geistingen, Rheinland, Germany, Catholic Church, Geistingen (Siegkreis), Heiraten, 1652-1698, 1740-1770; FHL Film #0187169.
  5. [S154] Court Records, 2 Apr 1915.
  6. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 2 Aug 1921.
  7. [S298] Letter, Anna Grimsrud to Dana Kellerman, 14 May 1998.
  8. [S154] Court Records, 8 Feb 1873.
  9. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 13 Mar 1915.
  10. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  11. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 15 July 1917.
  12. [S155] "Wisconsin Veterans Museum", Ancestral File.
  13. [S94] Under the Direction of Jeremiah Musk, Governor and Chandler Chapman Adjutant General Authors of the Legislature, Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.
  14. [S416] 1880 Census, FHL Film #1255430, pg. 190B.
  15. [S154] Court Records, 26 Jul 1910.
  16. [S154] Court Records, Department of the Interior, US Bureau of Pensions, 12 Sep 1921.
  17. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 3 Aug 1921.
  18. [S267] Watertown Daily Times, 11 May 1933, Aug. 4th, 1921.
  19. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 5 Aug 1921.

Petrus Nümm

M, b. 11 March 1807, d. 13 June 1870
Reference=0022.0
     He was born on 11 March 1807 at No. 216, Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, The midwife was Maria Elisabeth Giessens.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz.2

Petrus Nümm was baptized on 12 March 1807 at Geistingen Catholic church, Geistingen, Rheinland, Prussia. "At about 9 o'clock in the morning, Petrus, the 4th child, was born with the assistance of Maria Elisabetha Giesen, a resident of the town of Hossenberg, legitimate son of Henricus Nümm, a carpenter, and Anna Helena Schmitz, a married couple, and baptized on the 12th of the same month. Godparents were Petrus Heuser unmarried from Striefen, and Maria Catharina unmarried from Cönsgen from Michelshohn." The Uberwasserkirchen lists the baptismal date as 11 March.3,5,6,7,8

Petrus Nümm was also known as Peter Nuemm.6

Marriage banns for Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter were published 17 and 24 May 1835 at Hennef and Siegburg.9

Petrus Nümm married Anna Maria Alfter, daughter of Sebastian Alfter and Franziska Küffer, on 2 June 1835 at St. Peter, Bonn-Dietkirchen;
The following letter was sent from Franz Strunck, mayor of Hennef:
     "In the year 1835 on June 2 at 10 a.m. came to me - Franz Strunk - mayor of Hennef - Peter Nümm, 28 years old, born in Dondorf, goverment of Cöln, profession carpenter, living in Dondorf, government of Cöln, son of the late Heinrich Nümm, profession carpenter, and of late Anna Helena Schmitz, farmer's wife in Dondorf, and Anna Maria Alfter, 26 years old, born in Weldergoven, government of Cöln, daughter of the late Sebastian Alfter, profession farmer, living in Weldergoven, government of Cöln, and of Anna Fraziska Küffer, farmer's wife in Weldergoven.
     Both (groom and bride) asked to confirm the marriage, which is still done in the church and confirmed by the priest Burggraff from Hennef from today. Ask the banns at the town-hall's door in Hennef and Siegburg on May 17 and May 24. No contradictions came.
     I also studied the birth-records of the couple from Hennef and Geistingen.
     After reading aloud the law of marriages I declared the couple (Peter Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter) as married now.
     Witnesses of the marriage were:
     - Michael Bernardt, 31 years old, dayworker in Dondorf, brother-in-law of the groom
     - Martin Freckwinkel, 32 years old, farmer in Weldergoven, neighbor of the bride
     - Barthel Birkhölzer, 53 years old, farmer in Weldergoven, step-father of the bride
     - Wimar Balensiefen, 30 years old, farmer in Kaesberg, brother-in-law of the groom
     All have underwritten the document, without the bride, she declared she cannot write."6,9,2


Petrus Nümm was a carpenter.10

Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter immigrated to the United States in 1852. They sailed from Antwerp to New Orleans, Louisiana and made their way up the Mississippi River to Wisconsin.

Petrus Nümm died on 13 June 1870 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, at age 63.11,1,12,13

Petrus Nümm was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery after 13 June 1870 at Watertown, Dodge County, Wisconsin.

Children of Petrus Nümm and Anna Maria Alfter

Citations

  1. [S97] , headstone inscriptions, Church Records - St. Henry.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005.
  3. [S65] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholischke Kirche, (Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1750-1809).
  4. [S484] Unknown applied to, unknown subject.
  5. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  6. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  7. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.
  8. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research.
  9. [S360] Ulrike Bachmann, "Hennef (Geistingen), Rheinland, Preußen, Germany - Civil registration", Ancestral File, Marriage document. Pg. 15 No. 15.
  10. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 18 May 2005.
  11. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  12. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005.
  13. [S31] Geistingen, Rheinland, Germany, Catholic Church, Geistingen (Siegkreis), Heiraten, 1652-1698, 1740-1770; FHL Film #0187169.

Petrus Nümm1

M, b. 12 August 1798
Reference=0044.6
     He was baptized on 12 August 1798 at Geistingen Catholic church, Geistingen.1,2 He was the son of Henricus Nümm and Veronica Schneider.1,2

Citations

  1. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Petrus Fredericus Nümm1

M, b. 29 January 1777
Reference=0044.3
     He was born on 29 January 1777 at Bödingen.2 He was the son of Henricus Nümm and Anna Catharina Francisca Schwellenbach.1

Petrus Fredericus Nümm was baptized on 29 January 1777 at Geistingen Catholic church, Bödingen. Baptismal sponsors were Maria Catherine Gorgesek and Frederico Römer.1,3

Petrus Fredericus Nümm was also known as Petrus Fridericus.4

Petrus Fredericus Nümm married Christina Horn on 7 June 1807 at Merten Bonn, Rheinland.4

Citations

  1. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 May 2006.
  3. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.
  4. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm

M, b. 16 April 1774, d. 17 February 1830
Reference=0044.0
     He was born on 16 April 1774 at Bödingen, Rheinland.1,2 He was the son of Henricus Nümm and Anna Catharina Francisca Schwellenbach.3,4

Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm was baptized on 16 April 1774 at Geistingen, Rheinland, Preussen. Baptismal sponsors were Wilhelm Heimbach and Maria Gertrud Schwellenbach.5,4,3,6

As of 16 April 1774, Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm was also known as Heinrich Wilhelm.4

Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm was a factory worker and carpenter.1,7

A contract for the marriage of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz was signed on 17 November 1800.

Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm married Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz, daughter of Joannis Schmitz and Gertrud Strohe, on 25 November 1800 at St. Michael's church, Dondorf, Geistingen, Rheinland. Their marriage was witnessed by Petrus Vester and Heinrich Frackwinkel.5,8,1

Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm died on 17 February 1830 at Dondorf, Rheinland, at age 55; 7 AM.9,10

Children of Wilhelmus Henricus Nümm and Anna Magdalene (Helena) Schmitz

Citations

  1. [S65] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholischke Kirche, (Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1750-1809).
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005, 16 Jun 2005.
  3. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 Jun 2005.
  4. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  5. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  6. [S373] Uberwassenkirchen.
  7. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 18 May 2005.
  8. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005, 16 Jun 2005, 29 Sep 2005.
  9. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 26 May 2005, 29 Sep 2005.
  10. [S378] Hennef Death Records, Deaths 1830.
  11. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 22 Mar 2005.
  12. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 09 May 2006.

Wilhelmus Josephus Nümm1

M, b. 27 May 1796
Reference=0044.5
     He was baptized on 27 May 1796 at Geistingen Catholic church, Geistingen.1 He was the son of Henricus Nümm and Veronica Schneider.1

Wilhelmus Josephus Nümm married Amalie Henriette Johann on 29 December 1827 at Civil marriage, Siegburg, Rheinland, Preussen.2

Citations

  1. [S282] Geistingen, Rheinland, Preußen, Katholische Kirche, Family History Library.
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Elske Nünning1

F, b. circa 1585
     She was born circa 1585 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1 She was the daughter of Matthias Nünning and Catharina Schulte.2

Elske Nünning married Temmo Katthorst, son of (?) Katthorst and (?) Haselhorst, circa 1613 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Child of Elske Nünning and Temmo Katthorst

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 16 Jun 2007.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 14 Jun 2007.

Matthias Nünning1

M, b. circa 1560, d. after 1622
     He was born circa 1560 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Matthias Nünning married Catharina Schulte circa 1584 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Matthias Nünning died after 1622 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Child of Matthias Nünning and Catharina Schulte

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 14 Jun 2007.

Grace B. O'Hair1

F, b. 1919
Reference=cK0064
     She was born in 1919.1

Grace B. O'Hair married Harry Joseph Kaelin Jr., son of Harry Joseph Kaelin and Sophia Alta Hines, in July 1942.1

Children of Grace B. O'Hair and Harry Joseph Kaelin Jr.

Citations

  1. [S174] William Kaelin, "Kaelin Family Lineage."

Nancy O'Hey1

F
Reference=cK0024
     She married Clarence Van Tress.1

Child of Nancy O'Hey and Clarence Van Tress

Citations

  1. [S81] Tracy Lumby, "Lumby Family Group Sheet."

Mary O'Leary1

F, b. 15 August 1834, d. 1915
     Mary O'Leary married John Walsh.1 She was born on 15 August 1834 at County Kerry, Ireland.1

Mary O'Leary died in 1915.1

Child of Mary O'Leary and John Walsh

Citations

  1. [S451] Letter, Mary Hertel Hartman to Dana Kellerman, Feb 2009.

Catherine O'Neil1

F
Reference=cD1135
      Catherine O'Neil was also known as Charlotte.

Catherine O'Neil married Paul Juneau, son of Solomon Juneau and Josette Vieau, on 30 December 1867 at St. Theresa's church, Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Witnesses were Margaretha and Michael O'Neil.1

Citations

  1. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.

Gertrude O'Shaughnessy1

F
     She married Edward M. Husting, son of Peter Mathew Husting and Barbara H. Kiefer, on 4 November 1924.1

Citations

  1. [S323] "Hastings Gazette", Ancestral File, 22 Dec 1960.
  2. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Agnes O'Shaugnessy1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.9.3
     She is the daughter of Michael O'Shaugnessy and Theresa Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Dorothy O'Shaugnessy1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.9.7
     She is the daughter of Michael O'Shaugnessy and Theresa Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Gertrude O'Shaugnessy1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.9.4
     She is the daughter of Michael O'Shaugnessy and Theresa Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Madeline O'Shaugnessy1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.9.2
     She is the daughter of Michael O'Shaugnessy and Theresa Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Marie O'Shaugnessy1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.9.1
     She is the daughter of Michael O'Shaugnessy and Theresa Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.