Reine Henrich1

F, b. 20 August 1781
Reference=cD0453
     She was born on 20 August 1781 at Zetting, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Reine Henrich married Christian Stern, son of Jean Charles Stern and Marie Elisabeth Ries, on 29 April 1806 at Zetting, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Reine Henrich immigrated to United States.1

Children of Reine Henrich and Christian Stern

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.
  2. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.2.
  3. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.3.
  4. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.4.
  5. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.6.
  6. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.7.
  7. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.8.
  8. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.9.
  9. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.10.
  10. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 1627.11.

Henriette Herbeth1

F
Reference=cD0479
     She married Christian Kaiser, son of Christian Kaiser and Catherine Grendelbach, on 7 August 1923 at Sarralbe, Moselle.2

Child of Henriette Herbeth and Christian Kaiser

Citations

  1. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 828.7.
  2. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Records 828.7, 832.
  3. [S54] André Delesse & Michaël Weber, Wittring: Les Familles Avant 1900, Record 828.8.

Lucia Herd1

F
Reference=cK0020
     She married Carl Lumby.1

Child of Lucia Herd and Carl Lumby

Citations

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

Johan Herding1

M
Reference=8578.0
     He married Christine Wesseling.1

Child of Johan Herding and Christine Wesseling

Citations

  1. [S45] Josef Häming, "Nachkommen von Bernd Grüter Family Group Sheet", Furnished by Josef Häming, Schatzmeister.
  2. [S376] Josef Häming, "Grüter Pedigree", Bernd Grüter.

Katharina Herding1

F
Reference=4289.0
     She is the daughter of Johan Herding and Christine Wesseling.2

Katharina Herding married Konrad Grüter, son of Johan Grüter and Anna Boland.1

Child of Katharina Herding and Konrad Grüter

Citations

  1. [S45] Josef Häming, "Nachkommen von Bernd Grüter Family Group Sheet", Furnished by Josef Häming, Schatzmeister.
  2. [S376] Josef Häming, "Grüter Pedigree", Bernd Grüter.

Josef Hermann

M
Reference=cW0036
     He was a cooper (a maker or repairer of vessels made of staves & hoops. i.e. barrels, casks and tubs).

Josef Hermann married Barbara (?).

Child of Josef Hermann and Barbara (?)

Marianna Hermann

F, b. 27 July 1834
Reference=0029.D*2
     She was born on 27 July 1834.1 She was the daughter of Josef Hermann and Barbara (?).1

Marriage banns for Marianna Hermann and Matthias Weber were published on 20 January 1861 at 20 and 27 Jan 1861, 03 Feb 1861.

Marianna Hermann married Matthias Weber, son of Michael Weber and Katharina Schenzinger, on 4 February 1861 at Schwendi, Würrtemburg. Witnesses: Flue ? (Florian) Neff, Joosef Weber, Theresia Weber, Walburga Hermann

Pastor: Rev. Altenmüeller.1,2

Children of Marianna Hermann and Matthias Weber

Citations

  1. [S412] Catholic family book records, p. 311b, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.
  2. [S3] Schwendi Catholic Church: entry for Agnes Kramer Michael Weber, 04 June 1805, Schwendi Catholic Church, Schwendi, Württemberg.
  3. [S412] Catholic family book records, pp. 311b, Schwendi Familienregister 1762-1859.

Agnes Herna

F
Reference=cK0075
     She married E. H. Meyer.

Child of Agnes Herna and E. H. Meyer

Joseph Hersbach1

M
Reference=cD0897
     He married Marcella Mainz, daughter of Simon Mainz and Matilda Husting.1

Citations

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

Marguerite Hersch1

F
Reference=cD1096
     She married Jean Valentin Muller.

Child of Marguerite Hersch and Jean Valentin Muller

Citations

  1. [S353] Pierre Evelyne, "Evelyne, Pierre email message," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 11 May 2002.

Catherine Herse1

F
     She married Jean Henri Herse.1

Child of Catherine Herse and Jean Henri Herse

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, Page 10.

Jean Henri Herse1

M, d. before 6 May 1819
     He married Catherine Herse.1

Jean Henri Herse died before 6 May 1819.1

Child of Jean Henri Herse and Catherine Herse

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, Page 10.

Pierre Herse1

M, b. circa 1800
     He was born circa 1800.1 He was the son of Jean Henri Herse and Catherine Herse.1

Pierre Herse married Elisabeth Batsch, daughter of Bartholome Batsch and Elisabeth Kaiser, on 6 May 1819 at Wittring, Sarreguemines, Moselle, Lorraine.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Adolphe Gambs, Table des Mariages enregistrés à Wittring (Canton de SARREGUEMINES) 1714-1832, 398 mariages, Page 10.

Agnes (Stella) Hertel

F, b. 1 June 1884, d. 24 January 1977
Reference=0010.8.3
     She was born on 1 June 1884 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1,2 She was the daughter of Andrew Hertel and Eleanora Molzahn.3

Agnes (Stella) Hertel was also known as Stella Hertel.

Family Photos of the Hertel children were taken circa 1909. She was a witness when Edward Hertel was celebrated his silver jubilee as a priest in St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in 1942 at Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin.4 She witnessed the New Tag of Edward Hertel in September 1962 at Waterford, WI; celebrated the 40th anniversary of his ordination.5

Agnes (Stella) Hertel lived at 610 South Sixth Street in 1971 in Watertown.6,7

Agnes (Stella) Hertel died on 24 January 1977 at Watertown at age 92.1

Miss Stella A. Hertel's obituary was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on the 24th of January, 1977:
Miss Stella A. Hertel
     Miss Stella A. Hertel, 92, 610 South Sixth Street, died early this morning at Marquardt Memorial Manor.
     Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Schmutzler Funeral Home and at 11 a.m. at St. Henry's Catholic Church with Father Michael Burke officiating. Burial will be in St. Henry's Cemetery.
     Friends and relatives may call to pay their respects at the funeral home Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. and until the time of the services on Wednesday. The parish rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 p.m.
     Miss Hertel was born June 1, 1884 in Watertown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hertel. She was a member of St. Henry's Catholic Church, the Catholic Women's Club, the Watertown Historical Society, the Saturday Club and the Watertown Hospital Auxiliary.
     Surviving are four sisters, Miss Margaret Hertel and Miss Helen Hertel, both of Watertown, Mrs. Charles (Irene) Millmann of Wauwatosa, and Mrs. Samuel (Clara) Slaymaker of Beloit, and two brothers, John of Chicago, Ill., and Andrew of Wauwatosa.
     She was preceded in death by three brothers.6

Agnes (Stella) Hertel was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery on 26 January 1977 at Watertown.6,8

Citations

  1. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  2. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  3. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  4. [S101] Kenneth M. Riedl, The 150-Year History of St. Henry's Catholic Church.
  5. [S451] Letter, Mary Hertel Hartman to Dana Kellerman, Feb 2009.
  6. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 24 Jan 1947.
  7. [S237] Watertown City Directory, 1971.
  8. [S485] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Alex Hertel1

M, b. 30 September 1891, d. 5 December 1952
Reference=cM0051
      Alex Hertel was also known as Elias.2 He was born on 30 September 1891.1,3 He was the son of Gottfried Hertel and Frances Dubulick.1

Alex Hertel married Leona M. Heltz.3

Alex Hertel died on 5 December 1952 at age 61.1,3,4

Citations

  1. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.
  2. [S402] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Brauer Family Tree.
  3. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  4. [S485] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Andrew Hertel

M, b. 8 August 1857, d. 5 October 1916
Reference=0010.8*
      Andrew Hertel was also known as Andreas.1 He was born on 8 August 1857 at Ixonia, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.2,3,4,5,6 He was the son of Leonhard Hertel and Anna Maria Krumpp.

Andrew Hertel was educated at St Lawrence College in Mt. Calvary, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.5 He was educated at Spencerian Business School in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.5

As of 1880, Andrew Hertel was also known as Hertle.7

Andrew Hertel lived at 21 Main Street in 1880 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.7

Andrew Hertel was a clerk for M. B. Schwab between 1880 and 1893 at Watertown.7,8,9,10,11,12

Andrew Hertel married Eleanora Molzahn, daughter of Adalbertus (Albert) Molzahn and Marianna Zientkowska, on 10 May 1881 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.2,5

Andrew Hertel lived at E. S. 2d, 1 N. of Emerald between 1887 and 1889 in Watertown.9,10 He lived at 610 6th Street in 1892 in Watertown; Listed in Leonard Hertel's obituary.5,11,12,13,14,15

Andrew Hertel was tailor and co-owner of Hertel and Hoffmann, merchant tailors and clothing between 1895 and 1899 at 102 Main, Watertown.13,14,15

Andrew Hertel served as parish director on the Parish Council of St. Henry's in 1902 at Watertown.16

The following obituary appeared in the Watertown Gazette:
     ANDREW HERTEL DIES THIS MORNING
     Well Known Clothing Merchant Succumbs
     HAD BEEN SICK NEARLY TWO YEARS
     Had Been In One Pace of Business as Employee and proprietor For Forty Years - Active In Church Work
     Mr. Andrew Hertel, one of the city's best known merchants, succumbed to an illness of nearly two years at 9 o'clock this morning, death taking place at his home in Sixth street.
     Mr. Hertel was born in the town of Ixonia, four miles east of the city August 8, 1857. He attended school in this city, and was also a student at St. Lawrence college at Mt. Calvary and at the Spencerian Business College, Milwaukee.
     His record on a business way was unique in that he was connected with the clothing business as an employee and owner in one building for a period of forty years. It was forty years ago this summer that he entered the employ of the Schwab clothing store, one of the oldest and best known establishments of the kind in the state, which was located in the west half of the store room now occupied by the Hertel&Hoffmann firm, and was with this firm continuously until in 1894, he formed a partnership with Fed Hoffmann and bought out the firm.
     The marriage of Mr. Hertel to Miss Eleanor Molzahn took place May 10, 1881. The widow and ten children survive, as follows: Hugo, John, and Albert Hertel, Chicago; Edward, St. Francis Seminary; Irene, Wautoma; Clara, Beloit; and Stella, Margaret, Helen, and Andrew, at home. Two brothers and two sisters also survive. They are: L. A. Hertel, St. Paul; Gottfried Hertel, town of Watertown; Mrs. M. Fischer, this city; and Mrs. Anna McLaughlin, Milwaukee.
     For the past fifteen years prior to his last illness, Mr. Hertel had been a trustee of St. Henry's Catholic church, serving as treasurer, and he was very active in the work of the church.
     Mr. Hertel was a man who earned and held the respect of his associates in business and all others who came in contact with him in any way. His was a fine, upright character; he was a man of few words but many deeds, as modest and unassuming as he was conscientious, scrupulously honest in all his business dealings and known to all his friends as a kind and loving husband and father who put the best interests of his family first in all things.
     The funeral announcement will be made later.17

Andrew Hertel died on 5 October 1916 at Milford, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, at age 59.2,3,5

Funeral services were held on 9 October 1916 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown; 10 a.m.5

Andrew Hertel was buried at St. Henry's Cemetery on 9 October 1916 at Watertown.5,18

The following obituary appeared in the Gazette on 12 Oct 1916:
Death of Andrew Hertel; One of Watertown's Most Esteemed Business Men.
     On Thursday, Oct 8 1916, Andrew Hertel, one of Watertown's most successful, enterprising and esteemed business men, passed to the great beyond. He had been ill for nearly two years, and made several trips to Rochester, Minn., and was operated on by the celebrated Mayo Brothers of that place in the hope of bringing about a permanent cure, but all to no purpose. Mr. Hertel was born in the town of Ixonia, about four miles east of this city on August 8, 1857. He received his education in the country schools, the schools of Watertown, and also at St. Lawrence College at Mt. Calvary and at the Specerian Business College, Milwaukee. About forty years ago he entered the employ of the Schwab Clothing store, located in the west hall of the store now occupied by the Hertel & Hoffmann firm. He remained with this firm till 1894, when he and Fred Hoffmann bought out the Schwab firm and continued in business till the present time. On May 10, 1881, he married Miss Eleanor Molzahn, who survives him with ten children as follows: Hugo, John and Albert Hertel, Chicago; Edward, St. Francis Seminary; Irene, Wautoma; Clara, Beloit; and Stella, Margaret, Helen and Andrew, at home. Two brothers and two sisters also survive, L.A. Hertel, St. Paul; Gottfried Hertel, town of Watertown; Mrs. M. Fischer, this city; and Mrs. Anna McLaughlin, Milwaukee. He had been all his life an active member of St. Henry's Congregation and for fifteen years previous to his death he had been a trustee and treasurer thereof. Monday morning at 10 o'clock his funeral took place from St. Henry's church to St. Henry's cemetery, a very large number of people attending to pay their final tribute of respect. In the death of Mr. Hertel, this community has lost one of its very best citizens and his family a husband and father who was ideal in every respect. No one who ever resided here had more friends than Mr. Hertel and in a business way he commanded the confidence of a large trade and all mourn sincerely with his beloved wife and family. He was the embodiment of all the highest qualities that can be found in human nature, and now that he has passed from among us, expressions of heartfelt regret are heard everywhere around the city.5

The following obituary was printed in the Reeseville Review on 12 Oct 1916:
     ANDREW HERTEL DIES THIS MORNING
     Well Known Clothing Merchant Succumbs.
     HAD BEEN SICK NEARLY TWO YEARS
     Had Benn in One Place of Business as Employee and Proprietor For Forty Years - Active in Church Work.
     Mr. Andrew Hertel, one of the city's best known merchants, succumbed to an illness of nearly two years at 9 o'clock this morning, death taking place at his home in Sixth street.
     Mr. Hertel was born in the town of Ixonia, four miles east of the city, August 8, 1857. He attended school in this city, and was also a student at St. Lawrence college at Mt. Calvary and at the Spencerian Business College, Milwaukee.
     His record in a business way was unique in that he was connected with the clothing business as employee and owner in one building for a period of forty years. It was forty years ago this summer that he entered the employee of the Schwao clothing store, one of the oldest and best known establishments of the kind in the state, which was located in the west half of the store room now occupied by the Hertel & Hoffmann firm, and was with this firm continuously until in 1894, he formed a partnership with Fred Hoffmann and bought out the firm.
     The marriage of Mr. Hertel to Miss Eleanor Molzahn took place May 10, 1881. The widow and ten children survive, as follows: Hugo, John and Albert Hertel, Chicago; Edward, St. Fran. Seminary, Irene, Wautoma; Clara, Beloit; and Stella, Margaret, Helen, and Andrew, at home. Two brothers and two sisters also survive. They are: L. A. Hertel, St. Paul; Gottfried Hertel, town of Watertown; Mrs. M. Fischer, this city; and Mrs. Anna McLaughlin, Milwaukee.
     For fifteen years prior to his last illness, Mr. Hertel had been a trustee of St. Henry's Catholic church, serving as treasurer, and he was very active in the work of the church.19

Children of Andrew Hertel and Eleanora Molzahn

Citations

  1. [S402] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Brauer Family Tree.
  2. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  3. [S137] Prayer card.
  4. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  5. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  6. [S97] , Cemetery Records, Church Records - St. Henry.
  7. [S205] Watertown Directory 1880.
  8. [S206] Watertown Directory 1885.
  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. [S101] Kenneth M. Riedl, The 150-Year History of St. Henry's Catholic Church, p. 90.
  17. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 5 Oct 1916.
  18. [S485] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  19. [S158] Reeseville Review, 5 Oct 1916.
  20. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 31 March 1980.
  21. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.
  22. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 4 Feb 1992.

Andrew Hertel

M, b. 12 March 1903, d. 16 July 1991
Reference=0010.8.B
     He was born on 12 March 1903.1,2 He was the son of Andrew Hertel and Eleanora Molzahn.

Andrew Hertel was baptized on 19 March 1903 at St. Henry Church, Watertown, WI. The baptism was witnessed by Henry Kellerman and Anna Kellerman.3

Family Photos of the Hertel children were taken circa 1909.

Andrew Hertel married Katharine Terese Walsh, daughter of Thomas L. Walsh Jr. and Margaret Walsh, on 1 December 1934 at St. Killian Church, Hartford, WI.4

Andrew Hertel served as promotion manager for the Milwaukee Sentinel from 1941 to 1973. He was a witness when Edward Hertel was celebrated his silver jubilee as a priest in St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in 1942 at Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin.5 He witnessed the New Tag of Edward Hertel in September 1962 at Waterford, WI; celebrated the 40th anniversary of his ordination.4

Andrew Hertel died on 16 July 1991 at age 88.1

The following obituary was printed in a Milwaukee newspaper after 16 July 1991:
Andre Hertel
     Services will be held Friday for Andrew Hertel, 88, former promotion manager for the Milwaukee Sentinel.
     Hertel, of Wauwatosa, died of natural causes Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital.
     Hertel was born in Watertown in 1903.
     He became an advertising copywriter for the Milwaukee Journal in 1925, and soon became station manager at WTMJ radio.
     He later managed a Sheboygan radio station and an advertising agency in Chicago, then returned to Milwaukee in 1933.
     On his return, he joined the Sentinel, starting in the advertising service department, then becoming department manager in 1939 and promotion manager in 1941.
     He was involved in numerous Sentinel promotions, including the Milwaukee Sentinel Sports Show since its inception in 1940, and the Home Improvement Show.
     A short time after the Journal Co., now Journal Communications, acquired the Sentinel in 1962, Hertel did some promotion work for the Journal too.
     After retiring in 1973, Hertel became secretary of the Milwaukee NARI Home Improvement Council. He held that job until April 1987.
     Over the years, Hertel served as president of the Milwaukee Advertising Club and the Marquette Minutemen. He was a member of the Milwaukee Press Club and a former director of the International Newspaper Promotion Association. Hertel was a charter member of Christ King Catholic Church, 2604 Swan Blvd., Wauwatosa.
     Survivors include a daughter, Mary Hartman, of Denver.
     Visitation will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Christ King Catholic Church, with services immediately following at 7:30 p.m.
     The family suggested memorials to the Christ King School Fund or another charity.6

Funeral services were held on 19 July 1991 at Christ King Catholic Church, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

Child of Andrew Hertel and Katharine Terese Walsh

Citations

  1. [S137] Prayer card.
  2. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  3. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  4. [S451] Letter, Mary Hertel Hartman to Dana Kellerman, Feb 2009.
  5. [S101] Kenneth M. Riedl, The 150-Year History of St. Henry's Catholic Church.
  6. [S138] Milwaukee Journal.

Andrew Hertel

M, b. 20 July 1877, d. 12 October 1898
Reference=cM0044
     He was born on 20 July 1877 at Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Gottfried Hertel and Frances Dubulick.2

Andrew Hertel managed the shoe store of his uncle, Joseph Hertel, on Main Street as mentioned in his obituary, before May 1898.3

Andrew Hertel died on 12 October 1898 at Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado, at age 21.4

Andrew Hertel was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery after 12 October 1898 at Watertown, Dodge County, Wisconsin.

The following was printed in the Watertown Gazette on 14 Oct 1898:
     Killed
     Andrew H. Hertel, son of Gottfried Hertel, a resident on the West road, was killed in a mine at Central City, Colorado, on Wednesday, October 12, 1898. He was 22 years of age and unmarried. Before leaving here in May last he managed the shoe store of his uncle, Joseph Hertel, on Main street. No particulars of his death have at this writing been received here. He stated in a letter received here the fore part of the week that he was employed in a mine near Central City, working a machine drill, which he said was dangerous work, that in drilling rock when a must hole was met an explosion took place, and it is supposed he met his death by one of these explosions. Deceased was a most exemplary young man, and his death was heard of here with a great deal of sorrow.4

Citations

  1. [S262] 1880 Census Record.
  2. [S133] Elisabeth Herzfeld Holy Cross cemetery inscriptions, Archives of D.F. Kellerman, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  3. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  4. [S132] Watertown Gazette, 14 Oct 1898.

Anna Hertel1

F, b. 27 March 1854
     She was born on 27 March 1854.1 She was the daughter of Leonhard Hertel and Anna Maria Krumpp.1

Citations

  1. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 09 Nov 2006, St. Henry Church Records.

Annie Hertel1

F, d. before 20 September 1973
Reference=cM0063
     She was the daughter of Joseph Hertel and Caroline Pfau.1

Annie Hertel died before 20 September 1973.2

Citations

  1. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.
  2. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 20 Sep 1973.

Augustus Hertel

M
     He married Caroline (?).

Child of Augustus Hertel and Caroline (?)

Benjamin Hertel1

M, b. 12 July 1884, d. 25 October 1940
Reference=cM0047
     He was born on 2 July 1884.1 He was born on 12 July 1884 at Watertown, Wisconsin.2,3 He was the son of Gottfried Hertel and Frances Dubulick.1

Benjamin Hertel was also known as Bernhard.4

Benjamin Hertel died on 25 October 1940 at 217 South Seventh St, Watertown, Wisconsin, at age 56.1

Bernard Hertel's obituary was printed on 25 Oct 1940 in an unknown paper.
Bernard Hertel, Well Known City Resident, Is Dead
Funeral Services Monday At St. Henry's; Was 56 Years Old
     Bernard (Benny) Hertel, well known Watertown resident, died early this morning at his home, 217 South Seventh Street following an illness of about six weeks. He died peacefully in his sleep. For the past few days his condition had been growing steadily more critical and he became weaker.
     Mr. Hertel was a life long resident of this community. He was born 56 years ago in the town of Watertown; a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Hertel.
     Surviving are six brothers, Joseph, Matthew, Walter and John. Watertown; Alex, Fond du Lac, and George, Fargo, N.D.
     Mr. Hertel was a member of St. Henry's Catholic Church.
     The funeral will be held Monday morning from the Boyle funeral home with services in the church at 10:30 o'clock. Burial will be in St. Henry's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home beginning Saturday evening and up to the time of the funeral to pay their respects.5

Benjamin Hertel was buried at St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery on 28 October 1940 at Watertown.3,6

Citations

  1. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.
  2. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 09 Nov 2006.
  3. [S176] Unknown Newspaper, 27 Jan 1888, 25 Oct 1940 - Obit.
  4. [S402] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Brauer Family Tree.
  5. [S176] Unknown Newspaper, 27 Jan 1888, 25 Oct 1940 Obituary.
  6. [S485] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Carl Hertel1

M, d. after 20 September 1973
Reference=cM0062
     He was the son of Joseph Hertel and Caroline Pfau.1 He lived in 1938 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.2

Carl Hertel lived on 20 September 1973 in Milwaukee.3

Carl Hertel died after 20 September 1973.3

Citations

  1. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.
  2. [S136] Watertown Press, 2 Jul 1938.
  3. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 20 Sep 1973.

Carl Hertel1

M, b. circa 1844
Reference=cM0141
     He was born circa 1844 at Prussia.1

Carl Hertel married Flora (?).1

Children of Carl Hertel and Flora (?)

Citations

  1. [S417] 1880 Census, pg. 228D.

Catharina Hertel1

F, b. 29 November 1848, d. 27 July 1911
Reference=cM0008
     She was born on 29 November 1848 at Watertown, WI.1 She was the daughter of Leonhard Hertel and Anna Maria Krumpp.2

Catharina Hertel married Francis Joseph Hecht on 13 October 1872.1

Catharina Hertel died on 27 July 1911 at Milwaukee, WI, at age 62.1

Children of Catharina Hertel and Francis Joseph Hecht

Citations

  1. [S402] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Brauer Family Tree.
  2. [S135] History of the Hertel Family as remembered by Mathias Hertel, son of Mathias J. Hertel.

Catherine Hertel

F
Reference=cM0091
     She was born. She is the daughter of Matthias J. Hertel and Catherine Frieda Engelhart.

Catherine Hertel married Herbert E. Baurichter, son of Herbert A. Baurichter, on 27 January 1948 at Watertown, Wisconsin.1

Catherine Hertel lived on 29 August 1992 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 14 Sep 1971.
  2. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 31 Aug 1992.

Charles Hertel1

M, b. circa 1876
     He was born circa 1876 at Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Carl Hertel and Flora (?).1

Citations

  1. [S417] 1880 Census, pg. 228D.

Clara Hertel

F, b. 25 December 1894, d. 3 September 1992
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     She was born on 25 December 1894 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Andrew Hertel and Eleanora Molzahn.

The following was printed in the Juneau Telephone on 28 Dec 1894:
The Watertown Republican says: A substantial Christmas gift arrived at the home of Andrew Hertel yesterday morning, Mrs. Hertel presenting her husband with a bouncing baby girl.
[TAB]Her brother, Andrew Hertel, places her birth date as 25 Dec 1895.5 She was a witness when Andrew Hertel and Hugo Simon Hertel were Family Photos of the Hertel children were taken circa 1909. circa 1909.

Clara Hertel was educated at Watertown High school in 1913 in Watertown. She was educated at Milwaukee Normal School in 1915 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

Clara Hertel married Samuel H. Slaymaker, son of Steven Slaymaker and Letta Howe, on 5 February 1919 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Hugo Simon Hertel, Joseph Albert Hertel, Edward Hertel and Letta Howe.

The following wedding announcement appeared in a Watertown newspaper on 5 Feb 1919:
     The marriage of Miss Clara Hertel, daughter of Mrs. Andrew Hertel, 610 Sixth street, and Mr. Samuel Slaymaker, of Beloit was solemnized in St. Henry's church at 8:30 o'clock this morning. The Rev. E. A. Hertel, of Monroe, a brother of the bride performed the ceremony. Miss Helen Hertel, a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Dennis McCarthy of Beloit was best man. The bride was gowned in a georgette crepe dress and wore a tulle veil and carried a bouquet of freesias. The bridesmaid was dressed in a pink georgette dress and carried a colonial bouquet of sweet peas. The bride was graduated from the Watertown High school, with the class of 1913, and attended the Milwaukee Normal school from which she was graduated in 1915. She taught school in kindergarten at Beloit since then. The groom is a paymaster with the Fairbanks Morse Co. of Beloit. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to relatives and intimate friends in the bride's home. The newly married couple left for a trip to the east. They will reside in Beloit. Those from out of town who attended the wedding were: Mrs. L. Slaymaker and Mrs. Fred Gardner of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. James Youngclaus, Madison; Albert and Hugo S. Hertel, Chicago and the Rev. E. A. Hertel of Monroe. She was a witness when Edward Hertel was celebrated his silver jubilee as a priest in St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in 1942 at Waterford, Racine County, Wisconsin.6 She witnessed the New Tag of Edward Hertel in September 1962 at Waterford, WI; celebrated the 40th anniversary of his ordination.7

Clara Hertel died on 3 September 1992 at Beloit, Rock County, Wisconsin, at age 97.1

Children of Clara Hertel and Samuel H. Slaymaker

Citations

  1. [S137] Prayer card, Clara E. Slaymaker's prayer card was printed after her death on 3 Sep 1992 in Beloit, WI.
  2. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone, 28 Dec 1894.
  3. [S272] Letter, Andrew Hertel to Dana Kellerman.
  4. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  5. [S78] Juneau, Wisconsin, Telephone.
  6. [S101] Kenneth M. Riedl, The 150-Year History of St. Henry's Catholic Church.
  7. [S451] Letter, Mary Hertel Hartman to Dana Kellerman, Feb 2009.

David Hertel1

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     He was born.1 He is the son of Matthias Hertel and Loretta Vorlob.1

David Hertel married Lynette (?).1

David Hertel lived at 201 N. Church Street in 1971 in Watertown, Wisconsin.2

David Hertel lived on 31 August 1992 in Watertown.1

Citations

  1. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 31 Aug 1992.
  2. [S237] Watertown City Directory, 1971.

Dorothy Hertel1

F, b. 28 January 1933
     She was born on 28 January 1933 at Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.1 She is the daughter of John J Hertel and Margaret Bailke.1

Citations

  1. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 09 Nov 2006.