Jacques Tousch1

M, b. circa 1755
     He was born circa 1755 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1 He was the son of Christophe Tousch and Angelique Malling.1

Jacques Tousch married Elisabeth Grebil, daughter of Christophe Grebil and Catherine Schuster, on 5 February 1801 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, pp. 24.

Jean Tousch1

M

Child of Jean Tousch and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900.

Jean Tousch1

M, b. 19 February 1705, d. 16 July 1714
     He was born on 19 February 1705 at Wittring, Moselle.1 He was the son of André Tousch and Anne Elisabeth Weber.1

Jean Tousch died on 16 July 1714 at Wittring, Moselle, at age 9.1

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900.

Marguerite Tousch1

F, b. 29 March 1714
     She was born on 29 March 1714 at Wittring, Moselle.1 She was the daughter of André Tousch and Anne Elisabeth Jung.1

Marguerite Tousch married Jean George Meyer in 1733.1

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900.

Marie Tousch1

F, b. 30 June 1864, d. 27 October 1918
Reference=0049.5.4.6*2
     She was born on 30 June 1864 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.2

Marie Tousch married Charles Kran, son of Nicolas Kran and Anne Marie Ries, on 24 February 1892 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.3

Marie Tousch died on 27 October 1918 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine, at age 54.2

Children of Marie Tousch and Charles Kran

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 887.6.
  2. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.
  3. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Records 887.6, 892.
  4. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.10.
  5. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.11.
  6. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.12.
  7. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.13.
  8. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.14.
  9. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.15.
  10. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 892.16.

Marie Tousch1

F
     She was born.1 She is the daughter of André Tousch and Anne Elisabeth Weber.1

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900.

Nicolas Tousch1

M, b. circa 1801
Reference=0049.2.2
     He was born circa 1801 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1 He was the son of Nicolas Tusch and Elisabeth Hoffmann.1

Nicolas Tousch married Lucie Javing, daughter of Suzanne (?), on 4 October 1830 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, pp. 25.

Nicolas Tousch1

M, b. 5 October 1699, d. 14 July 1714
     He was born on 5 October 1699 at Wittring, Moselle.1 He was the son of André Tousch and Anne Elisabeth Weber.1

Nicolas Tousch died on 14 July 1714 at Wittring, Moselle, at age 14.1

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900.

Cilia Toussaint1

F, b. 20 March 1887, d. June 1963
Reference=0009.3.2
     She was born on 20 March 1887 at Wisconsin.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Winand Joseph Toussaint and Anna Luber.4

Cilia Toussaint was baptized on 25 March 1887 at St. Heny's Church, Watertown, Wisconsin. Her baptismal sponsors were Joseph Terbuggen and Catherine Kellerman.5

Cilia Toussaint was also known as Cecelia.2

Cilia Toussaint married Elsworth Charles Hunt on 7 February 1910.2 She and Elsworth Charles Hunt were divorced between 1916 and 1918.5

Cilia Toussaint married Earl Rapp after 1918.2

Cilia Toussaint died in June 1963 at Arizona at age 76.2

Children of Cilia Toussaint and Elsworth Charles Hunt

Citations

  1. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address, ED 155, Sheet 7, Line 72.
  2. [S263] Bobbie Hunt Brady, "Toussaint email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 30 Apr 2003.
  3. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  4. [S97] , Schaus Report #3, Church Records - St. Henry.
  5. [S265] Bobbie Brady, "Toussaint Email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 22 May 2001.
  6. [S264] Bobbie Brady, "Toussaint Email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 21 May 2001.

Clara Toussaint1

F, b. 1883, d. 11 February 1907
Reference=cK0048.1.2
     She was born in 1883.1,2 She was the daughter of Henry J. Toussaint and Wilhelmina Huebner.1

Clara Toussaint lived at 548 Milford in 1897 in Watertown, Wisconsin; She was a student at the time.1

Clara Toussaint lived at 408 N. Church in 1899 in Watertown.

Clara Toussaint died on 11 February 1907 at St. Vincent's Hospital, Crookston, Polk County, Minnesota; She was killed in a train wreck.2

Clara Toussaint was buried at an unknown place on 14 February 1907 at Crookston.2

Clara Toussaint's obituary was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 15 Feb 1907:
Died
     Mrs. Fred Megean, nee Clara Toussaint of this city, but for some years past a resident of Minneapolis, died last Monday at St. Vincent's hospital at Crokstown, Minn. aged 24 years. Deceased was a daughter of Henry J. Toussaint and wife, of this city, and had been married about three yeas. September 13, 1906, she was injured in a wreck on the Great Northern Ry. while on her way from Minneapolis to Crookstown to attend the funeral of her father-in-lawand since then she had been confined to the hospital. Her parents left here on Monday hoping to reach her bedside before she died, but fate ordained otherwise, as she died at 2:35 P.M. Monday, and her parents did not reach Crookstown till 8:30 o' clock next morning. She was buried at Crookstown Thursdaymorning, it being her request that she be buried alongside her baby there, which was born dead on Tuesday, Feb. 5, last. The deceased was well known here, and all her old friends heard of her death with sincere sorrow. Her parents have the sincere sympathy of all our people.2

Child of Clara Toussaint

Citations

  1. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  2. [S132] Watertown Gazette.

Francis Joseph Toussaint1

M, b. March 1885, d. 28 November 1900
Reference=0009.3.1
     He was born in March 1885 at Wisconsin.2,3,4 He was the son of Winand Joseph Toussaint and Anna Luber.4,2

Francis Joseph Toussaint died on 28 November 1900 at age 15.2,5

Citations

  1. [S97] , Schaus report #3, Church Records - St. Henry.
  2. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  3. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address, ED 155, Sheet 7, Line 72.
  4. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  5. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report", Schaus Report #3.

Frank J. Toussaint1

M, b. circa 1859, d. 27 June 1935
Reference=cK0048.3
     He was born circa 1859. He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Sibilla Scharf.1

Frank J. Toussaint was a veterinary surgeon.

Frank J. Toussaint and Jakob Joseph Toussaint lived at w s Milwaukee Plank Road w Rough and Ready Mills between 1866 and 1889 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; This address later became w. s. Milwaukee road, 1 s. Main. Frank was living in the house in 1880.2,3,4,5,6,7,8

Frank J. Toussaint was a horse trainer in 1880.9

Frank J. Toussaint witnessed the marriage of Winand Joseph Toussaint and Anna Luber on 26 October 1881 at St. Henry's Church; Rev. Father Spath, Watertown; Registration of Marriage certificate incorrectly lists bride's name as 'Anna Sibilla Scharf.' This was the name of the groom's step-mother. Their Marriage announcement was printed in the Juneau Telephone as follows:
     One of the happiest weddings of the year took place Wednesday morning at St. Henri's church in this city, being that of W. J. Toussaint, Rev. Father Spath officiating. Frank Toussaint, brother of the groom, and Miss Mary Schaus of Milwaukee, cousin of the bride, acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. After the ceremonies at the church, the bridal party and their friends proceeded to the residence of the bride's parents, where a reception was held during the afternoon and evening, relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties being the only ones present. Both bride and groom have lived in this place from their infancy and have always been known only to be respected. A host of warm friends unite in wishing the young couple a long and bright matrimonial career. Mr. and Mrs. Toussaint have acted very sensible by remaining in the city and immediately commencing housekeeping. - Watertown Gazette.
     The bride whose marriage is announced above is the sister of Mrs. Henry Kellerman and Mrs. Martin Mohr, of this village.10,1,11,12,13

The following announcement appeared in the Watertown Gazette on 21 Oct 1887:
     Dr. Frank Toussaint and Miss Mamie Walsh, of Milwaukee, visited the former's parents in this city last Sunday. Tuesday of next week they will be married at St. John's Cathedral, Milwaukee.14

Frank J. Toussaint married Mamie Walsh on 25 October 1887 at St. John's Cathedral, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.15

Frank J. Toussaint died on 27 June 1935 at St. Camillius Hosipital, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

Frank J. Toussaint's obituary was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 04 Jul 1935:
Death of Dr. Frank Toussaint
Hosts of Watertown people were grieved to learn of the death of Dr. Frank J. Toussaint, aged 75 years, which took place on Thursday, June 27, 1935, at St. Camillius hospital, Milwaukee. Interment was at New Berlin, Wis. His wife, two sons and one daughter survive him; also two brothers, John Toussaint of Milwaukee, and Henry J. Toussaint of Fort Atkinson. He was born in Watertown and during his many years of residence here was one of Watertown's most noted citizens, taking part in every civic matter that tended to boost our city. He was the state veterinarian under Governor George W. Peck. He was one of the first gold miners in the Klondike district, and also mined silver in property owned by him in the wilds of Mexico, but was driven out by the Indians. He was one of the editor's best boyhood friends. We join with his many other old friends here in extending our sincere sympathy to his wife and family.16

Citations

  1. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  2. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  3. [S203] Watertown Directory 1872.
  4. [S204] Watertown Directory 1875-6.
  5. [S205] Watertown Directory 1880.
  6. [S206] Watertown Directory 1885.
  7. [S207] Watertown Directory 1887.
  8. [S208] Watertown Directory 1889.
  9. [S351] 1880 Census, J. J. Toussaint household.
  10. [S103] Death Record.
  11. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  12. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, Letter; 24 June 1997.
  13. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  14. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 21 Oct 1887.
  15. [S248] "Watertown Gazette", Ancestral File.
  16. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 4 Jul 1935.

Dr. Gilbert J. Toussaint1

M
     He is the son of Henry J. Toussaint and Wilhelmina Huebner.1

Citations

  1. [S414] JCU, 20 Aug 1937.

Henrietta Toussaint1

F, b. after 1879
Reference=cK0048.1.1
     She was born after 1879.1 She was the daughter of Henry J. Toussaint and Wilhelmina Huebner.1

Henrietta Toussaint lived at 548 Milford in 1897 in Watertown, Wisconsin.

Henrietta Toussaint was a dressmaker in 1897 at Watertown.

Henrietta Toussaint lived at 408 N. Church in 1899 in Watertown.

Citations

  1. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.

Henry J. Toussaint1

M, b. 1855
Reference=cK0048.1
     He was born in 1855.2 He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Sibilla Scharf.1

Henry J. Toussaint was a clerk for J.J. Toussaint & Co. between 1872 and 1897 at Watertown.3,4

Henry J. Toussaint lived at 548 Milford between 1872 and 1897 in Watertown, Wisconsin.

Henry J. Toussaint married Wilhelmina Huebner on 14 April 1877 at Hubbleton, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.5

Henry J. Toussaint lived at 408 N. Church in 1899 in Watertown.

Henry J. Toussaint was owner of J. J. Toussaint & Co., co-owned with J. Terbrueggen. This later became J. J. Toussaint and Son in 1895. The company sold wholesale and retail wines and liquors.
From the Defunct Wisconsin Companies Series:
J. J. TOUSSAINT AND SON COMPANY, WATERTOWN #T286

This company was formed on 5 Sep 1902, with the purpose of distilling, rectifying, importing, buying, selling, trading, and merchandising wines, liquors, cordials, and other beverages. The officers were Winand J., Henry J. and Louis J. Toussaint. The articles of incorporation were the only papers in the file. between July 1906 and 24 May 1944 at Fond du Lac, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.6

Children of Henry J. Toussaint and Wilhelmina Huebner

Citations

  1. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  2. [S261] 1860 Census Record.
  3. [S203] Watertown Directory 1872.
  4. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  5. [S414] JCU, 20 Aug 1937.
  6. [S229] Defunct Wisconsin Companies, Series 356.

Jacob J Toussaint Jr.1

M, b. 1865
Reference=cK0048.6
     He was born in 1865.2 He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Anna Reissermeyer.1

Jacob J Toussaint Jr. was a veterinary surgeon.

Citations

  1. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  2. [S260] 24 Jun 1870 Census record, unknown repository address.

Jakob Joseph Toussaint1

M, b. 27 February 1827, d. 19 January 1897
Reference=cK0048
     He was born on 27 February 1827 at Belgium St. Henry's cemetary records list an alternate birth date of 25 Feb 1827.2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint immigrated in 1852 to USA.2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint lived between 1852 and 1853 in Ohio.2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint lived between 1853 and 1861 in Sauk City, Sauk County, Wisconsin.3,2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint married Sibilla Scharf on 25 July 1854 at Sauk City, Sauk County, Wisconsin.4,5,2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint worked for J.J. Toussaint & Co. as a distiller and brewer Owner of J. J. Toussaint & Co., co-owned with J. Terbrueggen. This later became J. J. Toussaint and Son in 1895. The company sold wholesale and retail wines and liquors. The company moved from 106 to 8 Main St. sometime between 1893 and 1895.
From the Defunct Wisconsin Companies Series:
J. J. TOUSSAINT AND SON COMPANY, WATERTOWN #T286

This company was formed on 5 Sep 1902, with the purpose of distilling, rectifying, importing, buying, selling, trading, and merchandising wines, liquors, cordials, and other beverages. The officers were Winand J., Henry J. and Louis J. Toussaint. The articles of incorporation were the only papers in the file. in 1861 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17

Jakob Joseph Toussaint married Anna Reissermeyer in 1864 at Sauk City, Sauk County, Wisconsin.1,2

Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Frank J. Toussaint lived at w s Milwaukee Plank Road w Rough and Ready Mills between 1866 and 1889 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; This address later became w. s. Milwaukee road, 1 s. Main. Frank was living in the house in 1880.6,7,8,9,18,10,11

The following was printed in the History of Dodge County:
The Rock River Distillery, established in 1845, by Tigler and Greve, and now owned by J.J. Toussaint.19

Jakob Joseph Toussaint lived at 226 Concord Ave in 1892 in Watertown, Jefferson, Wisconsin.12,13

Jakob Joseph Toussaint lived at 314 N Water between 1895 and 1897 in Watertown.14,15

Jakob Joseph Toussaint died on 19 January 1897 at 314 North Water Street, Watertown, at age 69.2

J. J. Toussaint's Obituary was printed in the Watertown Republican as follows:
DEATH OF J. J. TOUSSAINT
Another Prominent Citizen Passes to the Great Beyond
     Jacob J. Toussaint, one of our best known and most highly respected citizens, died at his residence, 314 North Water street, Tuesday morning, January 19, at 7:30 o'clock. His disease was stomach trouble, which had confined him to the house the past month. He was in his 70th year.
     The deceased was a native of Belgium and the date of his birth was February 27, 1827. He emigrated to America in 1852, living about a year in Ohio, after which he located in Sauk City, this state, where he found employment in a distillery. In the fall of 1861, Mr. Toussaint took up his permanent residence in this city. His first work here was for Miller and Jacobi, proprietors of the old Watertown distillery near the Rough and Ready water-power, an interest in which he afterward purchased and becoming eventually its executive head. This business continued in operation until 1874, when it was abandoned. Meanwhile Mr. Toussaint became a member of the firm of He Bandl & Co., wholesale liquor dealers and rectifiers and in May, 1871, this firm was succeeded by that of J. J. Toussaint & Co., the co-partner being Joseph Terbrueggen, who retired in 1892, since when the business has been conducted under the style of J. J. Toussaint & Son. The deceased was at one time a part owner of the electric light plant. The above is a brief outline of the career of one who occupied a conspicuous position in our business circles for a long period. During all this time he lived a life beyond reproach - upright and honorable, charitable and friendly in his every intercourse, a man in whom the "milk of human kindness" flowed to more than the usual degree. Mr. Toussaint was a steadfast member of the Catholic church, and in his religious as well as business and social being he lived correctly and in the fear of his Creator. ever apparent, and it may truly be said of him that he traveled life's journey possessing warm friendships on every hand, with absolutely no enemies. He has gone to his final reward leaving behind memories that will ever be revered.
     Mr. Toussaint was twice married, his first wife, to whom he was wedded in 1854 at Sauk City, dying in 1862. Of this union three sons were born, Henry J. and Winanand J., of Watertown, and Dr. Frank J., of Milwaukee, all of whom survive. In 1864 he was married here to his second wife, who survives him. Of this union there are two surviving sons, Dr. Jacob J. Jr., and Dr. Louis J., both of Milwaukee. Mr. Toussaint was the only member of his father's family who came across the Atlantic.
     The funeral will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Henry's church.20

Jakob Joseph Toussaint was buried at St. Henry's Church on 22 January 1897; As printed
     The Funeral of J. J. Toussaint will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Henry's church.21 Funeral services were held on 22 January 1897 at Watertown; J. J. Toussaint's Funeral announcement was printed in the Watertown Daily Times as follows: The funeral of J. J. Toussaint will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Henry's Church.22,2

J. J. Toussaint's Obituary was printed in the Juneau Telephone on 22 January, 1897:
TOUSSAINT - Jacob J. Toussaint, one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of Watertown, died at his residence, 314 North Water street, Tuesday morning, January 19, at 7:30 o'clock. His disease was stomach trouble, which had confined him to the house the past month. He was in his 70th year. The deceased was a native of Belgium and the date of his birth was February 27, 1827. He emigrated to America in 1852, living about a year in Ohio, after which he located in Sauk City, this state, where he found employment in a distillery. In the fall of 1861, Mr. Toussaint took up his permanent residence in Watertown and engaged in the distillery and liquor selling business. Mr. Toussaint was twice married, his first wife, to whom he was wedded in 1854 at Sauk City, dying in 1862. Of this union three sons were born, Henry J. and Winand J., of Watertown, and Dr. Frank J., of Milwaukee, all of whom survive. In 1864 he was married in Watertown to his second wife, who survives him. Of this union there are two surviving sons, Dr. Jacob J. Jr., and Dr. Louis J., both of Milwaukee. Mr. Toussaint was the only member of his father's family who came across the Atlantic. The funeral will be held this morning at 9 o'clock from St. Henry's church.23

Children of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Sibilla Scharf

Children of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Anna Reissermeyer

Citations

  1. [S97] , Schaus report #3, Church Records - St. Henry.
  2. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  3. [S261] 1860 Census Record.
  4. [S260] 24 Jun 1870 Census record, unknown repository address.
  5. [S265] Bobbie Brady, "Toussaint Email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 22 May 2001.
  6. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  7. [S203] Watertown Directory 1872.
  8. [S204] Watertown Directory 1875-6.
  9. [S205] Watertown Directory 1880.
  10. [S207] Watertown Directory 1887.
  11. [S208] Watertown Directory 1889.
  12. [S209] Watertown Directory 1892-1893.
  13. [S210] Watertown Directory 1893.
  14. [S211] 1895 Watertown Directory.
  15. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  16. [S213] Watertown Directory 1899-1900.
  17. [S229] Defunct Wisconsin Companies, Series 356.
  18. [S206] Watertown Directory 1885.
  19. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County, pg. 535.
  20. [S167] Watertown Republican.
  21. [S176] Unknown Newspaper, 27 Jan 1888.
  22. [S68] Watertown Daily Times.
  23. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone, 22 Jan 1897.
  24. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  25. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.

Louis J Toussaint1

M, b. 1867
Reference=cK0048.5
     He was born in 1867. He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Anna Reissermeyer.1

Louis J Toussaint married Lillie Schubert on 20 October 1891 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Watertown, Wisconsin.

The following marriage announcement was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 30 October 1891:
     On Tuesday, October 20th, 1891, Louis J. Toussaint, V. S. and Miss Lillie Schubert were married at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Milwaukee. The groom is a son of J. J. Toussaint and wife of this city, and has hosts of friends here who wish himself and wife every happiness as they journey together through life. Mr. Toussaint and bride spent severals days here last week visiting at the home of his parents.2

Louis J Toussaint was owner of J. J. Toussaint & Co., co-owned with J. Terbrueggen. This later became J. J. Toussaint and Son in 1895. The company sold wholesale and retail wines and liquors.
From the Defunct Wisconsin Companies Series:
J. J. TOUSSAINT AND SON COMPANY, WATERTOWN #T286

This company was formed on 5 Sep 1902, with the purpose of distilling, rectifying, importing, buying, selling, trading, and merchandising wines, liquors, cordials, and other beverages. The officers were Winand J., Henry J. and Louis J. Toussaint. The articles of incorporation were the only papers in the file. between July 1906 and 24 May 1944 at Fond du Lac, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.3

Citations

  1. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  2. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  3. [S229] Defunct Wisconsin Companies, Series 356.

Louise Toussaint1

F
     She is the daughter of Henry J. Toussaint and Wilhelmina Huebner.1

Citations

  1. [S414] JCU, 20 Aug 1937.

Nicolas Toussaint1

M
     He was born at Bad Kreuznach.1 He is the son of Philippe Toussaint and Eve Charlotte Mabier.1

Nicolas Toussaint married Charlotte Schmitt, daughter of François Schmitt and Marie Claire Grebauer, on 14 September 1783 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, pp. 25.

Philippe Toussaint1

M
     He married Eve Charlotte Mabier.1

Child of Philippe Toussaint and Eve Charlotte Mabier

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, pp. 25.

Stillborn Toussaint1

F, b. 5 February 1907
Reference=cK0048.1.2.1
     She was born on 5 February 1907.1 She is the daughter of Clara Toussaint.1

Citations

  1. [S132] Watertown Gazette.

Theodore Toussaint1

M, b. circa 1859
Reference=cK0048.4
     He was born circa 1859.1 He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Sibilla Scharf.1

Citations

  1. [S261] 1860 Census Record.

Winand Joseph Toussaint

M, b. June 1856, d. between 1900 and 1910
Reference=0009.3*
     He was born in June 1856 at Wisconsin.1,2 He was the son of Jakob Joseph Toussaint and Sibilla Scharf.3,4

Winand Joseph Toussaint worked for J.J. Toussaint & Co. as a distiller and brewer Owner of J. J. Toussaint & Co., co-owned with J. Terbrueggen. This later became J. J. Toussaint and Son in 1895. The company sold wholesale and retail wines and liquors. The company moved from 106 to 8 Main St. sometime between 1893 and 1895.
From the Defunct Wisconsin Companies Series:
J. J. TOUSSAINT AND SON COMPANY, WATERTOWN #T286

This company was formed on 5 Sep 1902, with the purpose of distilling, rectifying, importing, buying, selling, trading, and merchandising wines, liquors, cordials, and other beverages. The officers were Winand J., Henry J. and Louis J. Toussaint. The articles of incorporation were the only papers in the file. in 1861 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16

As of between 1866 and 1880, Winand Joseph Toussaint lived at w s Old Plank Rd, opposite Rough and Ready Mill, Watertown.8

Winand Joseph Toussaint was clerk and owner of J.J. Toussaint and Co. between 1872 and 1897 at Watertown.17,7,8,18,9,10,12,14,19

Winand Joseph Toussaint 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.20,21,22,23,3

Winand Joseph Toussaint married Anna Luber, daughter of John Luber and Susanna Schaus, on 26 October 1881 at St. Henry's Church; Rev. Father Spath, Watertown. The marriage was witnessed by Maria Schaus and Frank J. Toussaint Registration of Marriage certificate incorrectly lists bride's name as 'Anna Sibilla Scharf.' This was the name of the groom's step-mother. Their Marriage announcement was printed in the Juneau Telephone as follows:
     One of the happiest weddings of the year took place Wednesday morning at St. Henri's church in this city, being that of W. J. Toussaint, Rev. Father Spath officiating. Frank Toussaint, brother of the groom, and Miss Mary Schaus of Milwaukee, cousin of the bride, acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. After the ceremonies at the church, the bridal party and their friends proceeded to the residence of the bride's parents, where a reception was held during the afternoon and evening, relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties being the only ones present. Both bride and groom have lived in this place from their infancy and have always been known only to be respected. A host of warm friends unite in wishing the young couple a long and bright matrimonial career. Mr. and Mrs. Toussaint have acted very sensible by remaining in the city and immediately commencing housekeeping. - Watertown Gazette.
     The bride whose marriage is announced above is the sister of Mrs. Henry Kellerman and Mrs. Martin Mohr, of this village.17,23,4,24,3

As of 1885, Winand Joseph Toussaint lived at Watertown.18 He lived in 1887 in Watertown.9

As of between 1889 and 1900, Winand Joseph Toussaint lived at 308 Cole, Watertown.10,11,12,13,14,15,2

Winand Joseph Toussaint died between 1900 and 1910.25,26

Children of Winand Joseph Toussaint and Anna Luber

Citations

  1. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address, ED 155, Sheet 7, Line 72.
  2. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report", Schaus Report #3.
  3. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  4. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  5. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  6. [S203] Watertown Directory 1872.
  7. [S204] Watertown Directory 1875-6.
  8. [S205] Watertown Directory 1880.
  9. [S207] Watertown Directory 1887.
  10. [S208] Watertown Directory 1889.
  11. [S209] Watertown Directory 1892-1893.
  12. [S210] Watertown Directory 1893.
  13. [S211] 1895 Watertown Directory.
  14. [S212] Watertown Directory 1897.
  15. [S213] Watertown Directory 1899-1900.
  16. [S229] Defunct Wisconsin Companies, Series 356.
  17. [S103] Death Record.
  18. [S206] Watertown Directory 1885.
  19. [S351] 1880 Census, J. J. Toussaint household.
  20. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds, 16 Feb 1880.
  21. [S166] Oconomowoc Free Press, 7 Feb 1880.
  22. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  23. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  24. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, Letter; 24 June 1997.
  25. [S220] 1910 Census Record.
  26. [S177] 1900 Census record.

Alex Tracy1

M, b. 20 November 1990
     He was born on 20 November 1990.1 He is the son of Tom Tracy and Catherine Meyer.1

Citations

  1. [S279] Joan Alfredson, Lauerman Family History.

Clare Tracy1

F, b. 15 May 1995
     She was born on 15 May 1995.1 She is the daughter of Tom Tracy and Catherine Meyer.1 She was adopted on 21 May 1996.1

Citations

  1. [S279] Joan Alfredson, Lauerman Family History.

Micaela Tracy1

F, b. 6 May 1992
     She was born on 6 May 1992.1 She is the daughter of Tom Tracy and Catherine Meyer.1

Citations

  1. [S279] Joan Alfredson, Lauerman Family History.

Tom Tracy1

M
     He married Catherine Meyer, daughter of Edward L. Meyer and Ursula Lauerman, on 30 December 1989.1

Children of Tom Tracy and Catherine Meyer

Citations

  1. [S279] Joan Alfredson, Lauerman Family History.

Therese Traudt1

F, b. 1881, d. 1969
     She was born in 1881.1

Therese Traudt married William A. Millmann, son of Henry John Millmann and Carolina Boerger.1

Therese Traudt died in 1969.1

Children of Therese Traudt and William A. Millmann

Citations

  1. [S455] Interview, Charles Millmann, 2009, Descendants of Henry Herman Millmann.

Anna Gertrud Trechter1

F, b. circa 12 March 1758
     She was born circa 12 March 1758 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1 She was the daughter of Joan Wilhelm Trechter and Maria Sondorps.1

Anna Gertrud Trechter was baptized on 12 March 1758 at Havixbeck, Westphalia. The baptism was witnessed by Joan Werner Eschaus Additional Sponsor: Anna Gertrud Trechter.1

Citations

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