Albert Benedict Jussen1

M, b. 18 February 1875, d. 16 June 1882
Reference=0015.2.3
     He was born on 18 February 1875.1 He was the son of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber.1

Albert Benedict Jussen was baptized on 7 March 1875 at St. Patrick's, Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. The baptism was witnessed by Maria Ursula Weber The other baptismal sponsor was William Trainor & Ursula Weber.1

Albert Benedict Jussen died on 14 June 1882 at age 7.2

Albert and Edward Jussen's obituary was printed in the Ripon Commonwealth Press on 15 Jun 1882:
     - A little son of Ed Jussen's is dead, another victim of diptheria and another child at his house is reported very low.
     Later: - The second child has died since the above was written.3

Albert Benedict Jussen died on 16 June 1882 at Ripon at age 7.1

Albert Benedict Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery after 16 June 1882 at Ripon.2

Citations

  1. [S366] Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  2. [S366] , Cemetery Inscription, Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  3. [S439] Ripon Commonwealth.

Alexander S Jussen II1

M, b. 1908
     He was born in 1908.1 He is the son of Alexander Jüssen and Violet Deleon.1

Alexander S Jussen II married Evelyn J Moulton.1

Children of Alexander S Jussen II and Evelyn J Moulton

Citations

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

Alice S Jussen1

F, b. 1906
     She was born in 1906.1 She is the daughter of Frederick Jüssen and Alice E Greenwood.1

Alice S Jussen married John M Neale.1

Child of Alice S Jussen and John M Neale

Citations

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

Anna Jussen1

F, b. 1851, d. 1851
     She was born in 1851 at USA.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Jüssen and Elizabeth Catarina H. B. Ruetz.1

Anna Jussen died in 1851 at USA.1

Citations

  1. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.

Anna Jussen1

F, b. 1857, d. 1894
     She was born in 1857.1 She was the daughter of Edmund Jüssen and Antonie Schurz.1

Anna Jussen married Hervey F Anderson in 1877.1

Anna Jussen died in 1894.1

Children of Anna Jussen and Hervey F Anderson

Citations

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

Augusta Jussen1

F, b. 1841, d. 1935
Reference=cW0062
     She was born in 1841 at Germany.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Jüssen and Elizabeth Catarina H. B. Ruetz.1

Augusta Jussen lived at the corner of 3rd and E. Dodge in 1866 in Watertown, Wisconsin.2

Augusta Jussen married John W Hood in 1870.3

Augusta Jussen died in 1935.1

Children of Augusta Jussen and John W Hood

Citations

  1. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.
  2. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  3. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Barbara L Jussen1

F, b. 1934
     She was born in 1934.1 She is the daughter of Alexander S Jussen II and Evelyn J Moulton.1

Citations

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

Benjamin E Jussen1

M, b. 1861, d. 1942
     He was born in 1861.1 He was the son of George Herbert Jussen and Charlotte Graf.1

Benjamin E Jussen married Mary Koplin circa 1888.1

Benjamin E Jussen died in 1942.1

Child of Benjamin E Jussen and Mary Koplin

Citations

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

Carl Jussen1

M, b. 1878, d. 1878
Reference=cW0030.1.2.3
     He was born in 1878.1 He was the son of Carl Heinrich Hobart Jüssen and Camilla Japonica Shaler.1

Carl Jussen died in 1878.1

Citations

  1. [S252] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.

Carl Jussen III1

M, b. 1911
     He was born in 1911.1 He is the son of Alexander Jüssen and Violet Deleon.1

Carl Jussen III married Gladys Schoenfelder.1

Child of Carl Jussen III and Gladys Schoenfelder

Citations

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

Carl R Jussen1

M, b. 1927
     He was born in 1927.1 He is the son of Alexander S Jussen II and Evelyn J Moulton.1

Citations

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

Carl W. Jussen

M, b. 5 December 1880, d. 1 February 1897
Reference=0015.2.6
     He was born on 5 December 1880 at Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber.2

Carl W. Jussen was also known as Carl Max.

Carl W. Jussen was also known as Karl.2

Carl W. Jussen died on 1 February 1897 at Ripon at age 16.1,2


     Carl, the son of Mr. Edward Juessen of Ripon died on Monday morning, on Market street, his age being 16 years after suffering a short illness..
     On wednesday the funeral will be at St. Patrick church and burial in the parish cemetery in Ripon.
     
     How quick, how young, life blossoms
     one never knows the powerful hand!
     How soon we go to our heavenly home
     called to the better place than the Fatherland
     
     A beautiful gift, even though such a short time on our presence
     disappeared from us now at your fresh grave.
     your death struck of the world's incurable wounds
     and with sorrow we see into your grave
     
     We look after you that eternal life
     to which we as peasants of everything goes against
     once our sprit of this world becomes sorrowful
     These eternal signs to us gives hopes of seeing you again!3

Carl W. Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's cemetery on 3 February 1897 at Ripon.

Karl Jussen's obituary was printed in the Ripon Commonwealth Press on 5 Feb 1897:
     Karl Jussen, sixteen years of age and a son of Edward Jussen died suddenly Monday morning. Until the previous Thursday he had been in good health. That day he complained to some of his school-mates that he was feeling poorly and believed he would not return to the afternoon session. That evening he lapsed into unconsciousness, from which he only recovered for short intervals.
     The funeral was held on Wednesday morning from St. Patrick's church.

     Card of Thanks.-Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jussen and family desire to express their thanks for the many kindnesses shown them during their recent bereavement.

     Karl Jussen, who died last Monday and was buried on the following Wednesday from St. Patrick's church, was sixteen years old.
     From the beginning of his last illness he seemed to have lost consciousness, from which he never rallied. He was a bright and exceptionally good youth, possessed of a good mind and a kind heart. Rev. W. A. Goebel in a few well chosen remarks casually referring to the frail constitution of the deceased said, on this account he had ever been a particular charge, an especial care to the family, their anxiety for his physical weakness had endeared him the more to them. His loss to them was the more acutely felt. Time might alleviate in part their grief but there would remain a vacant place at the hearth.
     It seemed especially appropriate that pall bearers should have been chosen from among his class mates and fellow alter-boys, among whom he was ever a splendid example of kindness and promptness. A classmate, Miss Mary Quast was organist while Mrs. Herzke and Miss Bourgmeyer sang in German. The floral offerings were numerous and beautiful, attesting the warm place he filled in the hearts of his large circle of friends.4

Carl Jussen's obituary was printed in an unknown German Ripon Paper:
Carl, son of Mr. Edward Jussen in Ripon died on Monday morning of Pneumonia in his sixteenth year after a short illness. The burial took place from St. Patrick's Church in Ripon on Wednesday.5

Citations

  1. [S137] Prayer card.
  2. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.
  3. [S137] Prayer card, Carl Jüssen prayer card.
  4. [S439] Ripon Commonwealth.
  5. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Carol Jussen1

F, b. 1943
     She was born in 1943.1 She is the daughter of Carl Jussen III and Gladys Schoenfelder.1

Citations

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

Edmund Jussen III1

M, b. 1898
     He was born in 1898.1 He is the son of Edmund Jüssen II and Jennie Peabody.1

Edmund Jussen III married Sara F Grassie.1

Children of Edmund Jussen III and Sara F Grassie

Citations

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

Edmund Jussen IV1

M, b. 1931
     He was born in 1931.1 He is the son of Edmund Jussen III and Sara F Grassie.1

Citations

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

Edward Jussen

M, b. 22 August 1839, d. 30 November 1922
Reference=0015.2*
     He was born on 22 August 1839 at Liblar, Provinz of Rhein.1,2 He was the son of Georg Jüssen and Agnes Mehl.2

Edward Jussen immigrated in July 1854 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2

Edward Jussen moved in 1855 at Watertown, Wisconsin.2

Edward Jussen lived in December 1865 in Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.2

Edward Jussen married Maria Theresia Weber, daughter of Benedikt Weber and Maria Josefa Weiss, on 17 January 1871 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Hugo Jussen and Gebhard Weber.3,4,5,2

Edward Jussen was the co-owner with Louis Graf of Graf & Jussen Butchers at Ripon.3,2



Edward Jussen lived at 306 East Jackson Street after 1897 in Ripon;
The following article was printed in the Ripon Weekly Press on Thursday, December 14, 1950:
Jussen Residence Built In 1897
     A fine example of early architecture at its best is exemplified in the Jussen residence, 306 East Jackson street. The pioneer builder selected a spacious corner lot for this charming home which was once known in an earlier day as one of the finest homes in this city. Late remodeling of the interior has not displaced this charm; if anything, it has added to it.
     This ideal house, rich in its architectural splendor, was the home of the late Edward Jussen. It was built in 1897. The architect, M. C. Radway, became noted in this city and the surrounding region for the many fine homes he designed, one of which was his own home at 503 Watson street and now occupied by the Howe family. The foundation and stonework on both of these houses was built by Gustav Tobolt and his father. Lumber and millwork was furnished by the Morgan Company, Oshkosh.
     A family of nine occupied the home of Edward and Theresa Jussen, including Josephine, George, William, Isabella, Paula, Lucy and Marie Jussen. The later two are present occupants.
     Edward Jussen and the two sons, George and William, added to the early commercial life of the city in the operation of a meat market, now known as Don's Quality Market. The Jussens were in this business continuously for 73 years, and at one time the lat George L. Graf was a partner in the business.
     The pioneer Mr. Jussen came to Ripon in 1865, staying at Wood's hotel which later became the Hotel Englebright and still later the Grand View.6 He lived between 1905 and 1917 in Ripon.7

Edward Jussen died on 30 November 1922 at Ripon at age 83; He died at home.1,2

Edward Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery after 30 November 1922 at Ripon.8

Edward Jussen's obituary was printed an unknown Ripon paper:
IN MEMORIAM
     Edward Jussen passed away at his home on Jackson street in this city at an early hour Thursday morning, following a stroke of paralysis, with which he was stricken the Saturday before.
     Edward Jussen was born in Liblar, Provinz of Rhein, Germany, August 22, 1829. He grew to young boyhood there and when 14 years of age came to America with his parents. The Jussen family, who had come previously, Mr. Jussen being a cousin of the late Carl Schurz.
     After residing in Philadelphia for one year, Mr. Jussen went to Watertown, Wisconsin, where he remained until he was 27 years of age, when he moved to this city, where he entered the meat business in partnership with the late Louis Graf.
     After residing in Philadelphia for one year, Mr. Jussen went to Watertown, Wisconsin, where he remained until he was 27 years of age, when he moved to this city, where he entered the meat business in partnership with the late Louis Graf.
     On January 17, 1871, he was united in marriage to Miss Theresa Weber of Theresa, Wisconsin, who survives him.
     Until his retirement from business twenty years ago, at which time, his sons George and William entered the firm, Mr. Jussen was active in the affairs of the city, and served for a number of years on the Board of Education.
     Besides his wife, Mr. Jussen is survived by two sons, William and George, and by five daughters, Josephine, Bella and Paula of this city, Lucy of Columbia, Missouri, and Marie of Des Moines, Iowa. He is survived by one brother, Hugo of Falls City, Nebraska and one sister, Miss Lena Jussen of this city.
     Funeral services were held on Saturday morning from St. Wenceslaus church, the Reverend Father Higgins officiating. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery.
     Relatives from a distance present at the funeral services included William Weber, Leo Weber, the Misses Arelia and Marie Weber, Paul and Florian Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dana, Fond du Lac; Miss Ella Weber, Ed Winter, Chicago; William Weber, Waukesha; Raymond Weber, Mrs. Weis, Mr. and Mrs. Uecke, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weber, Arnold Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Kohl, Theresa.9

Edward Jussen's obituary was printed in the Ripon Commonwealth on 01 Dec 1922:
Edward Jussen Dies
     Edward Jussen, an aged resident of this city, died at his home on Jackson-st Wednesday night. He had suffered a stroke of paralysis Saturday from which he never rallied.
     Mr. Jussen was 83 years of age. He is survived by his wife, two sons, George and William, and five daughters, Belle, Josephine, Lucy, Paula and Marie.
     Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Wenceslaus church, Rev. Father Higgins officiating.10

Children of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber

Citations

  1. [S331] Edward Jussen prayer card.
  2. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.
  3. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds, Registration of Marriage.
  4. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  5. [S339] Letter, Mary Berenice Weber to Dana Kellerman.
  6. [S172] Ripon Weekly Press.
  7. [S240] Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) County Directory, 1905.
  8. [S366] , Cemetery Inscription, Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  9. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."
  10. [S439] Ripon Commonwealth.
  11. [S366] Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  12. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.

Edward Jacob Jussen1

M, b. 12 August 1878, d. 15 June 1882
Reference=0015.2.5
     He was born on 12 August 1878.1,2 He was the son of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber.1

Albert and Edward Jussen's obituary was printed in the Ripon Commonwealth Press on 15 Jun 1882:
     - A little son of Ed Jussen's is dead, another victim of diptheria and another child at his house is reported very low.
     Later: - The second child has died since the above was written.3

Edward Jacob Jussen died on 15 June 1882 at age 3.1,2

Edward Jacob Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery after 15 June 1882 at Ripon.2

Citations

  1. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.
  2. [S366] , Cemetery Inscription, Catholic Church, Ripon, St. Patrick's 1864 - 1920.
  3. [S439] Ripon Commonwealth.

Elizabeth Jussen1

F, b. 1908
     She was born in 1908.1 She is the daughter of Frederick Jüssen and Alice E Greenwood.1

Citations

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

Emma Christina Jussen1

F, b. 1847, d. 1855
     She was born in 1847 at Germany.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Jüssen and Elizabeth Catarina H. B. Ruetz.1

Emma Christina Jussen died in 1855 at USA.1

Citations

  1. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.

Eva M Jussen1

F, b. 1878, d. 1923
     She was born in 1878.1 She was the daughter of Peter Hugo Gustav Jüssen and Katherine Weisgerber.1

Eva M Jussen married William A Stuart in 1901.1

Eva M Jussen died in 1923.1

Children of Eva M Jussen and William A Stuart

Citations

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

Frederick C Jussen II1

M, b. 1911
     He was born in 1911.1 He is the son of Frederick Jüssen and Alice E Greenwood.1

Frederick C Jussen II married Virginia Sangston.1

Children of Frederick C Jussen II and Virginia Sangston

Citations

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

Frederick C Jussen III1

M, b. 1939
     He was born in 1939.1 He is the son of Frederick C Jussen II and Virginia Sangston.1

Citations

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

George Herbert Jussen

M, b. 1837, d. 1908
Reference=cW0031
     He was born in 1837. He was the son of Georg Jüssen and Agnes Mehl.

George Herbert Jussen married Charlotte Graf in 1860.1

George Herbert Jussen lived at the NW Corner of W Main and W Center in 1866 in Watertown, Dodge County, Wisconsin.2

George Herbert Jussen was a cigar maker in 1866 at Watertown.2

George Herbert Jussen died in 1908.1

Children of George Herbert Jussen and Charlotte Graf

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."
  2. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.

George Sylvester Jussen1

M, b. 31 December 1872, d. 7 May 1938
Reference=0015.2.2
     He was born on 31 December 1872 at Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.2 He was the son of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber.2

George Sylvester Jussen witnessed the baptism of William Edward Weber on 13 January 1895 at St. Mary's Church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.3

George Sylvester Jussen worked at the Graf & Jussen meatmarket in 1905 at Ripon.4

George Sylvester Jussen lived at 202 Jackson in 1905 in Ripon.4



George Sylvester Jussen died on 7 May 1938 at Ripon, Wisconsin, at age 65.5,2

George Sylvester Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery on 9 May 1938 at Ripon.2

The following obituary appeared in The Ripon Weekly Press:
     Follows His Brother In Death In Less Than Year
     George S. Jussen, 65, Dies Saturday; Accident Hastens Passing
     Following an illness of six weeks, George S. Jussen, 65, prominent business man of Ripon and a member of one of its well-known families, died at his home on Jackson street Saturday morning at eight o'clock. He suffered from a heart ailment and from complications aggravated by an injury received in an automobile accident several months ago.
     Prominent In City Life
     Born in Ripon, Dec. 31, 1872, a son of Edward and Theresa Jussen, pioneer residents of the city, he had always resided here. He attended Ripon high school and as a young man was employed in the meat market operated by George Graf and his father, Edward Jussen. With his brother, William Jussen, whose death occurred Oct. 24, 1937, Mr. Jussen had conducted the market for the past twenty-one years under the firm name of Jussen Brothers.
     Four Sisters Survive
     Mr. Jussen was a member of St. Patrick's church of Ripon. He was unmarried and his surviving relatives include four sisters, the Misses Isabella, Marie and Paula Jussen, of Ripon, and Miss Lucy Jussen, of Chicago.
     The Rev. Vincent Thomas conducted funeral services from St. Patrick's church Monday morning at nine o'clock and burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Harry Keso, Otto Falk, Donald Dolske, Arthur Stelter, Andew Dorsch and Walter Ratajczak served as bearers.5

Citations

  1. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."
  2. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.
  3. [S119] Church Record, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1866-1920.
  4. [S240] Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) County Directory, 1905.
  5. [S172] Ripon Weekly Press, 12 May 1938.

Gladys Jussen1

F, b. 1906
     She was born in 1906.1 She is the daughter of Alexander Jüssen and Violet Deleon.1

Citations

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

Herbert Jussen1

M, b. 1889
     He was born in 1889.1 He was the son of Benjamin E Jussen and Mary Koplin.1

Herbert Jussen married Marguerite A English in 1915.1

Children of Herbert Jussen and Marguerite A English

Citations

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

Hubertina Jussen1

F, b. 1844, d. 1870
     She was born in 1844 at Germany.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Jüssen and Elizabeth Catarina H. B. Ruetz.1

Hubertina Jussen married Karl Wegemann in 1866.2

Hubertina Jussen died in 1870.1

Children of Hubertina Jussen and Karl Wegemann

Citations

  1. [S255] "An Evolving Family Tree for Carl Schurz", Ancestral File.
  2. [S440] Paula Jussen, "P. Jussen's Work."

Hugo Jussen

M, b. 1845
Reference=cW0032
     He was born in 1845. He is the son of Georg Jüssen and Agnes Mehl.

Hugo Jussen lived at at W Main between W Center and County Line in 1866 in Watertown, Dodge County, Wiscosin.1

Hugo Jussen witnessed the marriage of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber on 17 January 1871 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin.2,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S202] Watertown Directory City Record and Business Advertiser For 1866 - 67.
  2. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds, Registration of Marriage.
  3. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  4. [S339] Letter, Mary Berenice Weber to Dana Kellerman.
  5. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.

Isabella Jussen

F, b. 29 December 1882, d. 5 January 1945
Reference=0015.2.7
     She was born on 29 December 1882 at Ripon, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1 She was the daughter of Edward Jussen and Maria Theresia Weber.1

Isabella Jussen was also known as Marie Ursula Isabela.

Isabella Jussen lived at 202 Jackson in 1905 in Ripon.2



Isabella Jussen died on 5 January 1945 at Ripon at age 62.1

Isabella Jussen was buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery at Ripon.1

The following was printed in a Ripon newspaper on 11 Jan 1945:
Friends attend service Monday for Miss Jussen; Member of Pioneer Ripon Family, Accomplished as Musician
     Funeral services for Miss Isabella Jussen, who passed away at the Ripon Hospital on Friday morning following a short illness, were held from the Jussen home on Jackson street at 9 o'clock on Monday morning and at 9:30 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with the pastor of the church, Reverend Father Kelly officiating. Interment was in St. Patricks Cemetery, with Messrs' Herman Zimmerman, Florian Schaefer, Ray Amend, Leo Amend, Lawrence Luetke and George Steele officiating as bearers.
          Was Native of Ripon
     Born in this city, December 29, 1882, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jussen and had resided in this city her entire lifetime.
     She was a graduate of the Ripon High School and of the Ripon College School of Music and was a musician of ability. Quiet and unassuming in her manner, she was a true and tried friend, and will be greatly missed by many.
     She was a devout member of St. Patrick's Church and of its Altar Society and of Circle No. 1. She was also a member of the Ripon Study Club, in which she took an active part.
          Many Attend Services
     Among the relatives from a distance in the city to attend the funeral services on Monday were Otto Jussen and Miss Hazel Hammerling of Racine; Miss Teresa Weiss and Mrs. Ray Weber, Milwaukee; Carl Weber, Norbert Weber and Miss Eleanor Weber, Chicago; and Miss Amelia Weber, Miss Marie Weber, Leo Weber, Mrs. Ricklefs and Mrs. Edward Dana, Fond du Lac.3

Isabelle Jussen's obituary was printed in the Ripon Commonwealth on 12 Jan 1945:
Miss Isabelle Jussen Dies After Brief Illness
     Funeral services were conducted from St. Patrick's church Monday at 9:30 am for Miss Isabella Jussen, 62, a native of this city, who died Friday morning at the Ripon Municipal hospital, where she had been receiving treatment for but a brief period. The Rev. Robert Kelly officiated and burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Serving as bearers were Florinn Schaefer, Leo Amend, Ray Amend, George Steele, Laurence Luetke and Herman Zimmerman.
     Born Dec. 29, 1882, in Ripon, a daughter of Edward and Theresa Jussen, she had always resided here. She was a graduate of Ripon high school and of the Ripon college school of music. She was a member of St. Patrick's church and active in its altar society, and a member of the Study club.
     Miss Jussen is survived by three sisters, the Misses Paula, Marie and Lucy Jussen, all residing in Ripon.4

Citations

  1. [S367] Samuel Pedrick, Papers, 1897-1962.
  2. [S240] Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) County Directory, 1905.
  3. [S172] Ripon Weekly Press, 11 Jan 1945.
  4. [S439] Ripon Commonwealth.

James H Jussen1

M, b. 1943
     He was born in 1943.1 He is the son of Frederick C Jussen II and Virginia Sangston.1

Citations

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