Theresia Weber1

F, b. 13 January 1848
Reference=0060.3.D.1
     Theresia Weber was baptized on 13 January 1848 at 12 noon, Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Joseph Heinrich, Theresia Beruch.2 She was born illegitimate on 13 January 1848 at 1 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2 She was the daughter of Martin Hanze and Walburga Weber.1,2

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 311, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: No. 3, Schwendi Catholic Church.

Theresia Weber1

F, b. 11 October 1816, d. 5 September 1853
     She Weaver at Schwendi, Württemberg.2

Theresia Weber was baptized on 11 October 1816 at 8 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Lorenz Bozenhardt, weaver and Theresia Rothmayer.2 She was born on 11 October 1816 at 4 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2 She was the daughter of Johannes Weber and Anna Maria Ott.1 She was confirmed in 1830.1

Theresia Weber died on 5 September 1853 at age 36.1

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 313, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: 1816 No. 19, Schwendi Catholic Church.

Thomas Richard Weber1

M, b. 22 July 1956
Reference=0007.B.3.2
     He was born on 22 July 1956 at Waukesha, Wisconsin.1 He is the son of Richard Weber and Elizabeth Mueller.1 He was christened on 8 November 1956 at St. Mary's, Waukesha, Wisconsin.1

Thomas Richard Weber married Stephanie Jean Reib, daughter of Walter Gustav Reib and Florence Sophie Vinarski, on 22 May 1982 at Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.1 He Scientist.1

Citations

  1. [S233] Richard Weber, "Weber FGS."

Ursula Weber1

F, b. 15 November 1681
     She was born on 15 November 1681 at Schwendi, Württemberg.1

Ursula Weber was baptized on 16 November 1681. Sponsors were Johann Tonder and Ursula Bozenhardt.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Weber and Anna Schenk.1

Citations

  1. [S6] Württemberg: baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, 1669-1824 Catholic Church records--Schwendi, Schwendi Ta/He/To/Ko 1669-1824.

Victor R. Weber

M, b. 27 January 1882, d. 12 October 1952
Reference=0015.1.5
     He was born on 27 January 1882 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.1,2

Victor R. Weber was baptized at Mayville, Wisconsin, United States.2 He was the son of Gebhard Weber and Maria Margret Husting. He hardware merchant.1

Victor R. Weber married Margaret Meixensperger, daughter of Michael Meixensperger and Barbara Lehner, on 24 November 1909 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Agnes Anna Meixensperger The other witness was Alphonse Koll.2

The following announcement appeared in Mayville News on 25 Nov 1909:
MARRIAGES
Weber-Meixensperger
     Yesterday the village Theresa was the scene of an elaborate wedding festivity. The happy couple were Victor Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gebhard Weber and Miss Margaret Meixensperger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mich. Meixensperger. The ceremony was performed at St. Theresa Catholic Church by the Rev. Father Groff. Our hearty congratulations.3 He was New Tag on 3 November 1910 at Witnessed the baptism of Edgar Victor Koll, Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.2 He witnessed the baptism of Edgar Victor Koll on 8 November 1910 at Theresa.2 He witnessed the baptism of Helen Gertrude Weber on 26 September 1915 at Theresa; The other baptismal sponsor was Gertrude Fellenz.2 He lived in 1917 in Theresa, Wisconsin.

Victor R. Weber died on 12 October 1952 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States, at age 70.2

Victor R. Weber was buried at an unknown place after 12 October 1952 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.2

Children of Victor R. Weber and Margaret Meixensperger

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  3. [S217] Mayville, 25 Nov 1909.
  4. [S161] Husting History.

Viktoria Weber

F, b. 20 September 1822, d. 24 January 1907
Reference=0029.0
      Viktoria Weber was also known as Victoria Weber.1

Viktoria Weber was baptized on 20 September 1822 at 1 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Benedikt Rehm, Viktoria Bollinger nee Braun.2,3 She was born on 20 September 1822 at 8 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg, Mary Bernice Weber and Margaret Kellerman list the birthdate - probably incorrectly - as 20 Sep 1821.2,3,4,1,5,6 She was the daughter of Michael Weber and Katharina Schenzinger.2 She was There is no record of marriage to Victoria Weber. Both her children's births were listed as "spurious" or illegitimate. in 1847. She was confirmed in 1872.2 She immigrated on 11 June 1872; Ship's name: Ocean
Embarked at Bremen
Disembarked at New York.2,7,8 She and Wilhelm Fridolin Weber lived between July 1874 and 1880 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin; Viktoria Weber was living with her son and his family in 1880.8,9 She lived at 86 Merrill St. in Fond du Lac.4,10

Viktoria Weber died on 24 January 1907 at Fond du Lac at age 84.4,1,5

Viktoria Weber was buried at Calvary Cemetery at Fond du Lac.5

Victoria Weber's obituary was printed in the Fond du Lac Daily Reporter on 25 Jan 1907, page 8:
     Weber- Mrs. Victoria Weber, age 85 years, died at 4:10 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of W. F. Weber, East Merrill street. Death was due to heart failure. She was born in Wuertenberg, Germany, on Sep 20, 1822 and came to America in July 1872. After residing in Chicago for a short time she moved to Fond du Lac with her son in 1874 and lived here until her death. She had two children, Mrs. Mary Borman of Hammond, Ind., who died in 1896, and W. F. Weber of this city. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning from St. Mary's church to Calvary cemetery Rev. G. Wuelffing will officiate. Friends are requested to omit flowers.11

Victoria Weber's obituary was printed in the Daily Commonwealth on 26 Jan 1907, page 8:
WEBER- The funeral of Mrs. Victoria Weber was held at 9:45 this morning from the residence of her son, W.F. Weber, Merrill street, and at 10 o'clock from St. Mary's church. Rev. Godfrey officiating. Interment was in Calvary cemetery. The bearers were Joseph Hutter, Sr., Fred Wagner, I. Kremer, Joseph Stadick, J. J. Ratz and G. Scherzinger.
     Mrs. Victoria Weber died at the home of her son, W. F. Weber, at 4:10 o'clock Thursday afternoon, of heart failure, after a lingering illness of two years.
     She was born in Wuerttenberg, Germany, Sept. 20, 1822. She came to America in July, 1892, and settled in Chicago, residing there until 1874 when she removed to Fond du Lac with her son, and had been a resident of this city since. She was the mother of two children, Mrs. Mary Borman of Hammond, Ind., who died in 1896 and W. F. Weber of this city.12

Vitoria Weber's obituary was printed in the Fond du Lac Daily Reporter on 28 Jan 1907, page 8:
     WEBER - The funeral of Mrs. Victoria Weber was held Saturday morning from the home of her son W. F. Weber, Merrill street. Services were held at St. Mary's church at 10 o'clock. Rev. Godfrey Wuelffing officiating. The pall bearers were Joseph Hutter, Fred Wagner, E Kramer, Joseph Stadick, J. J. Ratz and G. Scherginger. Interment was in Calvary cemetery.13

Children of Viktoria Weber

Citations

  1. [S339] Letter, Mary Berenice Weber to Dana Kellerman.
  2. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  3. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: 1822 No. 20, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  4. [S145] Fond du Lac County Register of Deeds: death record.
  5. [S341] Robert Shirey, "Robert Shirey email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 28 Apr 2004.
  6. [S344] Margaret Kellerman, "Kellerman FGS."
  7. [S114] Cd ROM, 355, Germans to America: 1850-74.
  8. [S128] Western Historical Company, History of Fond du Lac County.
  9. [S346] 1880 Census, William F. Weber household.
  10. [S240] Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) County Directory, 1905.
  11. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 25 Jan 1907.
  12. [S14] Fond du Lac Commonwealth, 26 Jan 1907.
  13. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter.

Walburga Weber

F, b. 18 March 1824, d. 30 April 1853
Reference=0029.3
     Walburga Weber was baptized on 18 March 1824 at 8 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Benedict Rehm and Victoria Bollinger nee Bauer.1,2 She was born on 18 March 1824 at 5 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2 She was the daughter of Michael Weber and Katharina Schenzinger.1

Walburga Weber died on 30 April 1853 at 8 p.m; cause: consumption; age: 29 years, 1 month, 12 days, Schwendi, Württemberg, at age 29.1,2,3

Walburga Weber was buried at 8 a.m. on 2 May 1853 at Schwendi, Württemberg.3

Child of Walburga Weber and Benedict Bauer

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: 1824 No. 8, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  3. [S4] Schwendi, Württemberg, Catholic Church, Tote, 1811-1860, 1853, p. 297, no. 19.

Walburga Weber1

F, b. 13 April 1821, d. 13 February 1878
Reference=0060.3.D
     She was born on 13 April 1821 at 4 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2

Walburga Weber was baptized on 14 April 1821 at 9 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Josef Riedmiller and Maria Ana Bozenhardt.2 She was the daughter of Leonhard Weber and Magdalena Mayerhofer.1 She was confirmed in 1835.1

Walburga Weber married an unknown person on 10 June 1850?.1

Walburga Weber died on 13 February 1878 at age 56.3

Walburga Weber married Franz Xavier Salcher, son of J.K. Salcher and Agatha Hunold.3

Child of Walburga Weber and Martin Hanze

Child of Walburga Weber

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 311, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: 1821, No. 11, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  3. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 266, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.

Walburga Weber1

F, b. 25 August 1821
     She was born on 25 August 1821.1 She was the daughter of Johannes Weber and Anna Maria Ott.1 She was confirmed in 1835.1

Walburga Weber married an unknown person in 1855?. Notation says 'page 45?', regarding marriage.1

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 313, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.

Waldemar Weber

M, b. 3 May 1891, d. 1922
Reference=0015.1.8
     He was born on 3 May 1891 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.1,2 He was the son of Gebhard Weber and Maria Margret Husting.

Waldemar Weber was baptized on 20 April 1894 at St. Theresa's Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin. The baptism was witnessed by John Langenbach and Marie (Mary) Husting Baptized as Waldemarum Rudolfumm Joannem Mariam Weber.
Sponsors: Johanes Langenbach & Maria Husting.2

Waldemar Weber married Helen Berres on 4 August 1914.2 He lived in 1917 in Theresa, Wisconsin.

Waldemar Weber was buried at an unknown place in 1922 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.2,3

Waldemar Weber died in 1922 at Theresa, Wisconsin, United States.2,3

Children of Waldemar Weber and Helen Berres

Citations

  1. [S146] Homer Bishop Hubbell History of Dodge County.
  2. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  3. [S369] St. Theresa's Catholic cemetery, Theresa, Wisconsin cemetery markers.

Wendy Weber1

F, b. circa 1961
     Wendy Weber married Harry Youngbauer.1 She was born circa 1961.1 She is the daughter of Robert Raymond Weber and Antoinette Marie Marasco.1

Citations

  1. [S138] Milwaukee Journal, Weber, Robert R Obit - 30 Aug 1994.

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber1

M, b. 3 October 1851, d. 26 September 1932
Reference=0014.0
      Wilhelm Fridolin Weber was also known as William Frederick.2 He was born illegitimate on 3 October 1851 at 1 p.m., Illegitimate, Schwendi, Württemberg, Germany.1,3,4,5,2 He was the son of Viktoria Weber.1

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber was baptized on 5 October 1851 at 2:30 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Johann Reichsten?, Tailor, and Franziska Katharina Mayhofer nee Bauer.1,3 He immigrated on 28 September 1871 to came from Schwendi to Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; The Fond du Lac naturalization records claim that he landed in New York in October 1871.6,4,2,7 He lived in 1873 in Marquette, Michigan, United States.4

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber was naturalized on 16 October 1873 at Cook County, Illinois; This is the declartation of intent. It states that he arrived in New York in Oct 1871. The petition was dates 2 April 1892.8 He lived in 1874 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States.4 He Established a bindery business after 1874 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States.4 He and Viktoria Weber lived between July 1874 and 1880 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin; Viktoria Weber was living with her son and his family in 1880.4,9

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber married Matilda May Weber, daughter of Benedikt Weber and Maria Josefa Weiss, on 15 May 1877 at St. Patrick's Church at 10:30 in the morning., Ripon, Wisconsin. Wilhelm and Matilda May were first cousins.6,10,11,4,5,2,12,13 He Purchased the Nordwesticher Courier in April 1878 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States.4 He appeared on the census of 1880.14 He Started publication of the Deutscher Beobachter in 1880 at West Bend, Wisconsin, United States.4 He Established the Racine Correspondent in 1883 at Racine, Wisconsin, United States.4 He an unknown place Established a Sunday German paper called Daheim in 1884 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.4 He Began Publication of the Daily News in 1888 at Racine, Wisconsin, United States.4 He and Matilda May Weber lived in 1898 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.15 He and Matilda May Weber were New Tag 25th Wedding Anniversary in May 1902 at 28 Merrill Strasse, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He lived between 1905 and 1917 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.16,17 He Purchased the Wisconsin Telegraph and the Dienstagsblatt in 1910 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States.4 The following was printed in the 1912 edition of History of Fond du Lac County:
     William F. Weber, editor and publisher of the Nordwestlicher Courier and the Daheim at Fond du Lac, was born in Wurtemberg, Germany, in the villiage of Schwendi, October 3, 1851, his parents being Carl and Victoria (Weber) Weber, both of whom were nativs of Germany. The latter was a daughter of Michael Weber, a carpenter and contractor who died in that country in middle life. The father, Carl Weber*, was in the government service in Germany for a number of years. and there passed away in 1855 at the age of forty-nine years. His wife survived him and came to America in 1872, settling first in Chicago, but in 1874 she removed with her son to Fond du Lac and lived with him until her death which occurred January 24, 1907, wehn she had reached the age of eighty-four years, four months and four days. Both were members of the Catholic church. They had but two children, the daughter being Mary, the decesed wife of Henry Bormann, a residend of Hammond, Indiana.
     The only son, William F. Weber, lived in Germany until twenty years of age, and after acquiring a common-school education there learned the bookbinder's trade. In 1871 he came to the United States, reaching Chicago on the 28th of September, only a few days before the memorable conflagration which began on the 9th of October. He found employment in that city after the fire, there remaining until 1873 when he went to Marquette, Michigan, and worked in the office of the Marquette Mining Journal as a binder. The following year, however, he returned to Chicago but not finding employment to suit him he left there in July and came to Fond du Lac where he established a bindery business. In April, 1878, he purchased the Nordwestlicher Courier of Fred de Haas & Brothers, and has conducted the paper to the present time. It is a German weekly and independent democrat in politics. In 1884 he also established a Sunday paper called Daheim, and in 1880, at West Bend, Wisconsin, he began the publication of and English daily called the Daily News. This was a morning paper which he published for three years. In connection with the Nordwestlicher Courier he conducts a job printing office, doing a general business of that character, resulting in gratifying profits. In 1910 he purchased the Wisconsin Telegraph and also the Dienstagsblatt of Oshkosh, which he still publishes. He has thus become widely known to the newspaper fraternity and his life record is a credit to the history of journalism in Wisconsin.
     On the 15th of May, 1877, Mr. Weber was married to Miss Matilda Weber, a daughter of Benedict and Josephine (Weiss) Weber. They became the parents of thirteen children. Josephine died in early childhood. Amalia is engaged in dressmaking. Carl, superintendent of the waterworks in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, and well known as an electrical engineer, wedded Miss Mary Scotten and they have one daugther, Frances. Matilda is the wife of Leo Dana of Fond du Lac, and they have two daugthers, Margaret and Mary. Ella is a student at the Art Institute in Chicago, Paul is in the employ of the Northwestern Railroad Company. Mary operates a typesetting machine in her father's office. Roman, William, Raymond and Florian are all at home.
     Mr. Weber has never had occasion to regret his determination to seek a home in America for here is this land where opportunity is open to all he has made continuous progress, wisely using his time, talents and opportunities until he has gained for himself a creditable position in journalistic circles in Wisconsin.18

His birth and baptism record lists only his mother Viktoria Weber and identified him as “aspuries” or other word illegitimate. His sister Marie was also illegitimate.19 He Editor and Publisher of the Nordwestlicher Courier in 1912 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Ohio, United States.4 As of before 1928, Wilhelm Fridolin Weber lived at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin.20,6,21 He lived in 1932 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.22 He Publisher Owner of Weber Stationary Company and Weber Subscription Agency, both located at 31 Forest Avenue.
     Courier Printing House before September 1932 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States.6,21,22,23,24,20 William F Weber, editor and proprietor of the only German paper published in Fond du Lac county, as born in the village of Schwendi in the kingdom of Wurtenburg, Germany, October 3, 1851 and is a son of Carl and Victoria (Weber). He received a liberal education in his native land, where he was reared to manhood and in leaving the school room engged in the book bindery business for some time. He thoroughly mastered that trade, and for some time after coming to America followed it for a livelihood. In the fall of 1871 when twenty years of age Mr. Weber left his father's home and sailed for the New World, determined to make his fortune in this country. He reached Chicago just one week after the great fire of October 1871, and for two years was engaged at his trade in that city. In the fall of 1873, he became a resident of Marquette, Wis., where he made his home until the spring of 1874, when coming to Fond du Lac, he embarked in the book bindery business in this city, under the firm name of Weber and (name), which connection continued for about a year. Then he became a stockholder in the Star Printing Co. He entered his binderay as a part of the stock and continued to operate it untill 1877, when he purchased it, and continued it alone for about one year. Soon after purchasing his present paper he disposed of his bindery. In the meantime, in October, 1880, Mr. Weber established a paper in West Bend, Wis., under the title of "Deutcher Beobachter," whcih he conducted with fair success until January 1888, when he sold out. It was a six column quarto, of eight pages and was an advocate of Democratic Principles. In 1883, he established the "Racine Correspndant" which he sold out in July 1885, became editor and proprietor of the Ripon Post, Published at Ripon, which he merged into the Nordwertlichen Courier, of which he became proprietor in Aprin 1st 1878. For a short time he also edited a paper in Chicago called the "Deutche Familien Zeitung", devoted to the interest of litereature, but after six months suspended its publication. Since that time, he devoted his entire attention to the Nordiverterlicher Courier, and to the job office which he operates in connections. The paper is a six column quarto of ten pages and is a bright newsy sheet. It is devoted to the interest of the community and supports the Democratic party.
     In the month of May 1877 at Ripon, Wis, Mr. Weber was joined in wedlock with Miss Mathilda Weber, who was born in Theresa, Dodge County, Wis. and is a daughter of Benedict and Josephine Weber. Unto them has been born a family of seven children, three sons and four daughters, one of whom is now deceased. Josephine Helen Victoria, born March 1878, died at the age of eighteen months; Maria Amelia Victoria, born Nov. 15, 1879; Frederick Carl, Aug 23, 1881; Mathias, born Nov 15, 1883, Eleanor Theresia, Aprl 30, 1885, Leo Christian Benedict, Feb. 1, 1887, and Norbert Wilhelm, May 20, 1889. Mr. and Mrs. Weber are memebers of the Catholic church and have many warm friends in the community where they reside. He is a (word) and enterprising business man, and manifests a warm interest in the welfare of the county.

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber died on 26 September 1932 at 6:15 p.m., Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, at age 80.20,6,5,2

Veteran editor Stricken After Active Career
William F. Weber Expires at Residence on Merrill Avenue; Funeral Friday
     William F. Weber, 80, veteran editor and publisher of German newspapers and former member of the Library board, died at 6:15 p.m. Monday at the family residence, 86 Merrill Avenue, as a result of a general breakdown incident to advanced age.
     Widely known throughout the state because of his activity in the publishing business, he was editor and publisher of the Nordwestlichter Courier, which was issued from his printing establishment on Forest avenue continuously for 42 years. He acquired the business in 1878 and sold it in 1920 to the Milwaukee Herold. He was alos interested in the West Bend Beobachter, the Racine Correspondent and the OShkosh Telegraph and in 1898 launched the Fond du Lac Daily News, his first newspaper published in the English language. The paper, a morning publication, was taken over by the Daily Commonwealth after being published by Mr. Weber for three years. The Daheim, a Sunday publication also was issued by Mr. Weber and in 1910 he established the Dienstagblatt in Oshkosh.
Was Active Citizen
     Although his time was devoted largely to his business enterprises, Mr. Weber took an active part in civic and church affairs. He was a member of the Library board at the time the present library was erected and was one of the incorporators of St. Mary's Catholic Church. He served as secretary and trustee for many years and was a member of the church choir for over 25 years. He was likewise a charter member of the Fond du Lac Council 664, Knights of Columbus, and the Catholic Knoghts of Wisconsin, Court 19. For more than 25 years he was a member of the Calvary Cemetery Association.
     The deceased was born on Oct. 3, 1851, in Schwendi, Wurtemburg, Germany, and at the age of 20 came to the United States, arriving in Chicago on Sept. 28, 1871, a short before the chicgao fire. Mr. Weber found employment in Chicago, remaining there until 1873 when he went to Marquette, Mich., to take a position in the binding department of the Marquette Mining Journal. Remaining in Marquette for a year he returned to Chicago, but being unsuccessful in finding employment, came to this city in July, 1874, and established a bindery.
Leaves Family
     The deceased was united in marriage on May 15, 1877 to Miss Matilda Weber in Ripon. She expired on Dec. 4, 1915. Survivng Mr. Weber leaves four daughters, Amelia and Marie at home, Eleanor of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dana of this city, and eight sons, Carl, Norbert and Roman of Chicago, William E. of Waukesha, Raymond of Milwaukee, Leo, Paul, and Florian of this city. There are 16 grandchildren.
     Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Friday from St. Mary's church with the very Rev. P. W. Gersbach officiating. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery. The body will lie in state at Zacherl Funeral Home Wednesday when it will be removed to the residence.20

Wilhelm Fridolin Weber was buried at Calvary Cemetery on 30 September 1932 at Fond du Lac.6,25

Rites Held for Verteran Editor
William F. Weber Buried at Calvary Cemetery After Church Obsequies
Rites for Willam F. Weber, veteran wisconsin publisher who died Monday, were held at 8:30 a.m. today from the residence, 86 Merrill Avenue and at 9 a.m. from St. Mary's Church, of which he was onew of the incorporators, the very Rev. Peter W. Gersbach officiating.
     Delegations representing Fond du Lac Council 664, Knights of Columbus, and the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin were in attendance at the service. Honorary pallbearers were E. A. Kremer, M. Fitzsimmons, A.G. Dana, Anton Pfiel, Max Lang and Henry Scherzinger. Active pallbearers were William Jussen, Arnold and Victor Weber, nephews of the deceased, and Robert Dana, Edward Dana and George Dana, grandsons. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery.
     Those attending the funeral included Miss Eleanor Weber, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Weber, Norbret and Roman Weber and Miss Lucy Jussen of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Weber, Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Schaefer, Mrs. Max Schoetz, Mrs. Josepfine Schaefer and Mrs. M. J. Zimmers of Milwaukee, William Jussen, the Misses Bell, Paula and Marie Jussen of Ripon, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weber of Waukesha and Arnold and Victor Weber of Theresa.26

Children of Wilhelm Fridolin Weber and Matilda May Weber

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S339] Letter, Mary Berenice Weber to Dana Kellerman.
  3. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: p. 41, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  4. [S128] Western Historical Company, History of Fond du Lac County.
  5. [S233] Richard Weber, "Weber FGS."
  6. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 27 sep 1932.
  7. [S374] Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, Naturalization Records, Naturalization Records, 1871.
  8. [S164] Naturalization Record, Fond du Lac County, # 1871.
  9. [S346] 1880 Census, William F. Weber household.
  10. [S107] The Daily Commonwealth, 06 Dec 1915.
  11. [S163] Letter, John Hertel to Dana Kellerman, 12 May 2003, wedding invitation.
  12. [S343] William and Mathilda Weber wedding invitation.
  13. [S366] Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  14. [S346] 1880 Census.
  15. [S197] Fond du Lac Directory 1898.
  16. [S198] Fond du Lac Directory 1917.
  17. [S240] Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) County Directory, 1905.
  18. [S128] Western Historical Company, History of Fond du Lac County, *William F Weber and his sister, Mary, were illegitimate according to the Schwendi Church records. There is no indication given relating a Carl Weber to Victoria Weber in any source I was able to discover. I feel that the creation of the dead father in government service was simply a convenient way to create a legitimacy for the children once the family arrived in the United States. It has been mentioned as a family tradition, but there are no hard facts to support this claim.
  19. [S479] Maurice McKenna, History of Fond du Lac County.
  20. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 30 sep 1932.
  21. [S192] A. G. Wright, Wright's Watertown Directory, 1928.
  22. [S238] Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, City Directory, 1932.
  23. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.
  24. [S308] Fond du Lac Directory 1928.
  25. [S341] Robert Shirey, "Robert Shirey email," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 28 Apr 2004.
  26. [S112] Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter, 30 sep 1932.

Wilhelmine Weber

F, b. 28 May 1852, d. 2 June 1852
Reference=0030.4.F
     She was born on 28 May 1852 at 2 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2

Wilhelmine Weber was baptized on 29 May 1852 at 3 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. The baptism was witnessed by Maria Ursula Hirniggel Additional Sponsor: Andreas Ruhl.1,2 She was the daughter of Josephus Weber and Creszentia Hirniggel.

Wilhelmine Weber died on 2 June 1852 at poor health, 5 days, 8:30 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,2

Wilhelmine Weber was buried at 8 a.m. on 4 June 1852 at Schwendi, Würrtemburg.3

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312b, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: p. 18, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  3. [S4] Schwendi, Württemberg, Catholic Church, Tote, 1811-1860.

Wilhelmine Weber

F, b. 22 February 1869
Reference=0029.4.7.2
     She was born on 22 February 1869.1 She was the daughter of Friederich Weber and Bernharde Beck.2

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, pp. 318b, 320b, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 320b, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.

Willebaldus Weber1

M, b. 16 August 1813, d. 5 January 1814
Reference=0060.3.9
      Willebaldus Weber was also known as Wilibold Weber.2 He was born on 16 August 1813 at 8 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.1,3

Willebaldus Weber was baptized on 17 August 1813 at 8 a.m., Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Joseph Reidmiller, farmer and Maria Anna Bozenhardt.3 He was the son of Leonhard Weber and Magdalena Mayerhofer.1

Willebaldus Weber died on 5 January 1814 at cause: consumption; age 4 months, Schwendi, Württemberg.1,4,2

Willebaldus Weber was buried at an unknown place on 8 January 1814 at Schwendi, Württemberg.4

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 311, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S4] Schwendi, Württemberg, Catholic Church, Tote, 1811-1860.
  3. [S6] Württemberg: baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, 1669-1824 Catholic Church records--Schwendi, Schwendi Ta/He/To/Ko 1669-1824.
  4. [S6] Württemberg: baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, 1669-1824 Catholic Church records--Schwendi, 1814, p. 15, no. 2, Schwendi Ta/He/To/Ko 1669-1824.

William Edward Weber

M, b. 31 December 1894, d. 20 August 1956
Reference=0007.B
     He was born on 31 December 1894 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Wilhelm Fridolin Weber and Matilda May Weber.

William Edward Weber was baptized on 13 January 1895 at St. Mary's Church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The baptism was witnessed by George Sylvester Jussen and Catherine Moritz.2 He served Registration Card on 5 June 1917.5 He CMI US Navy, US World War I Veteran between 10 January 1918 and 26 February 1919 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States.1 He an unknown place Carpenter and Contractor.6

William Edward Weber married Flora Baylis, daughter of Owen Baylis and Frederica Lena Yerke, in November 1923 at Waukesha, Wuakesha County, Wisconsin.3

William Edward Weber died on 20 August 1956 at age 61.1

William Edward Weber was buried at Calvary Cemetary, Section 6?, Row 10? After 20 August 1956 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1,3

Children of William Edward Weber and Flora Baylis

Citations

  1. [S49] Inscriptions of Calvary Cemetary, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, pp. 150.
  2. [S119] Church Record, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1866-1920.
  3. [S233] Richard Weber, "Weber FGS."
  4. [S339] Letter, Mary Berenice Weber to Dana Kellerman.
  5. [S486] "Unknown short record title."
  6. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 05 Oct 2006.

William Owen Weber1

M, b. 18 April 1926, d. 15 September 1944
Reference=0007.B.2
     He was born on 18 April 1926 at Waukesha, Wisconsin.2,1 He was the son of William Edward Weber and Flora Baylis.

William Owen Weber died on 15 September 1944 at Peleliu Island, Palau Group (islands), at age 18.1

William Owen Weber was buried at American Cemetery after 1945 at Manila, Republic of the Philippines.1

Citations

  1. [S256] Interview, Pat Cowand, 28 Dec 2004.
  2. [S233] Richard Weber, "Weber FGS."

William Owen Weber1

M, b. 2 February 1955
Reference=0007.B.3.1
     He was born on 2 February 1955 at Waukesha, Wisconsin.1 He is the son of Richard Weber and Elizabeth Mueller.1

William Owen Weber married Laura L. Hammes.1

Citations

  1. [S233] Richard Weber, "Weber FGS."

Xaver Weber

M, b. 22 December 1811, d. 29 December 1811
Reference=0030.5
     He was born on 22 December 1811 at 9 a.m., Schützingen, Württemberg.1,2

Xaver Weber was baptized on 23 December 1811 at Schwendi, Württemberg. Sponsors: Benedict Kehr, farmer, Crezentia Bollinger.1,2 He was the son of Michael Weber and Agnes Kramer.1

Xaver Weber died on 29 December 1811 at 9 a.m; age 8 days; cause: premature, Schwendi, Württemberg.1,3

Xaver Weber was buried at an unknown place on 1 January 1812 at Schwendi, Württemberg.3

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S6] Württemberg: baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, 1669-1824 Catholic Church records--Schwendi, 1811, No. 33, Schwendi Ta/He/To/Ko 1669-1824.
  3. [S6] Württemberg: baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, 1669-1824 Catholic Church records--Schwendi, death record, 1811, No. 19, Schwendi Ta/He/To/Ko 1669-1824.

Xaver Weber1

M, b. 6 January 1831
Reference=0029.7
      Xaver Weber was also known as Xavier.

Xaver Weber was baptized on 6 January 1831 at 4 pm, Schwendi, Württemberg.2 He was stillborn on 6 January 1831 at 4 p.m., Schwendi, Württemberg.3 He was the son of Michael Weber and Katharina Schenzinger.1

Xaver Weber was buried at 9 a.m. on 9 January 1831 at Schwendi, Württemberg.4

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 312, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  3. [S5] Schwendi Taufen 1811-1855: 1831 No. 4, Schwendi Catholic Church.
  4. [S4] Schwendi, Württemberg, Catholic Church, Tote, 1811-1860.

Frank J Webster1

M, b. 1920
     He was born in 1920.1

Frank J Webster married Antoinette Lackner, daughter of Francis A Lackner and Clara L Kirchhoff, before 1949.1

Child of Frank J Webster and Antoinette Lackner

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Margaret Webster1

F, b. 1949
     She was born in 1949.1 She is the daughter of Frank J Webster and Antoinette Lackner.1

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Anna Catherina Wedehage1

F, b. circa 1710
Reference=0143.0
     She was born circa 1710 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1 She was the daughter of Henrich Wedehage and Gertrud Akolck.2

Anna Catherina Wedehage married Hermann Grosse Burlage, son of Henrich Grosse Burlage and Catharina Bussmann, on 14 October 1737 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Child of Anna Catherina Wedehage and Hermann Grosse Burlage

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 03 May 2007.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 30 May 2007.

Henrich Wedehage1

M, b. 25 July 1683
Reference=0286.0
     He was born on 25 July 1683.1 He was the son of Johann Wedehage and Gertrud Spiekermann.1

Henrich Wedehage married Gertrud Akolck, daughter of Henrich Akolck and Margaretha Katthorst, circa 1710 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Child of Henrich Wedehage and Gertrud Akolck

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 30 May 2007.

Johann Wedehage1

M, b. circa 1650
     He was born circa 1650.1 He was the son of Henrich Tanebeck and Elsche Gerstkamp.1

Johann Wedehage married Gertrud Spiekermann on 25 September 1678 at Westbevern, Telgte, Westphalia.1

Child of Johann Wedehage and Gertrud Spiekermann

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 30 May 2007.

Marianna Wedowna1

F, b. circa 1750
Reference=0087.0
     She was born circa 1750.1

Marianna Wedowna married Christian Wamke circa 1775 at Waldau, West Prussia.1

Child of Marianna Wedowna and Christian Wamke

Citations

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

Karl Wegemann1

M, b. 1842, d. 1873
     He was born in 1842.1

Karl Wegemann married Hubertina Jussen, daughter of Jacob Jüssen and Elizabeth Catarina H. B. Ruetz, in 1866.1

Karl Wegemann died in 1873.1

Children of Karl Wegemann and Hubertina Jussen

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Karl Wegemann II1

M, b. 1869, d. 1935
     He was born in 1869.1 He was the son of Karl Wegemann and Hubertina Jussen.1

Karl Wegemann II married Sadie Grahm.1

Karl Wegemann II died in 1935.1

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Otto Wegemann1

M, b. 1867, d. 1868
     He was born in 1867.1 He was the son of Karl Wegemann and Hubertina Jussen.1

Otto Wegemann died in 1868.1

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Andreas Weiderl1

M
     He witnessed the death of Joannis Schmitz on 9 May 1818 at Saturday May 9 1818 at 3AM in his house., Dondorf, North Rhine-Westphalia.2

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 30 Sep 2005.