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Kolar Theresa [Female] b. ABT. 1832

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Title: 1910 census

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Title: Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930

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Goettenger John [Male] b. 1812 Bohemia - d. 20 JUL 1878 Ahnapee, Kewaunee Co, WI (killed)

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Title: 1900 Wi census 1241794 00512

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Title: Judy Rice

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Title: Judy Rice

Immigration: 1855

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Title: obituary

Source
Title: United States, Civil War Soldiers Index

http://www.geni.com/people/John-Von-Goettinger/317146568340002215John Goettinger was previously mistaken as husband of Mary Marik (instead of his brother Mathias).He was allegedly murdered.From document "Maternal 'Family Tree' Highlights":"John Goettinger's kin were probably not very proud of him, if allegations in a news story of his day were true. The news account said; 'Of late years he had been considerably addicted to drinking, and sometimes was very quarrelsome, but most of his bad disposition was displayed at home where he ruled at times with a reign of terror'. The news story also said he 'and his son-in-law, Jaco Blarneck (Blahnik), have during the last year, been having an immense amount of trouble, involving themselves in several lawsuits of considerable magnitude, and that the feeling has run high on both sides'; that 'The disturbance of last winter caused his wife to leave him since which time he has remained in the house alone most of the time.' The news report characterized John Goettinger as a 'big mouth'. In the final end he was allegedly murdered!"The census of 1850 showed John as 37 years of age, a farmer, that owned real estate valued at $500 and had a personal estate of $100.Quarreled with son-in-law Jacob Blarneck (Blahnik).(From Volume 6, No. 6, The Ahnapee Record, July 25, 1878)HORRIBLE, MYSTERIOUS BURNING OF JOHN GOETINGER, TOGETHER WITH HIS HOUSE AND ALL ITS CONTENTSA Small Portion of His Body Found--Head and Limbs Completely Burned UpFailure of the Jury to Obtain Evidence Upon This Matter-- The Whole Thing an Impenetrable MysteryLast Monday morning at an early house, the report that John Goetinger's house had been completely destroyed by fire became prevalent, and it was also rumored that he himself was missing. As he day advanced no tidings of the affair could be elicited from any of the farmers who came to town, and no one seemed to be particularly interested in the matter. It appeared strange for John to remain away from Ahnapee when any such calamity had happened to him and our people began to wonder at it; finally by Wejta Stransky to investigate the matter and they found that Duwe's two boys had but a few minutes before uncovered what they supposed to be the remains of John Goetinger.Several of the parties were immediately notified of the fact and appeared at the place. Leaving John Cooper there to watch the remains, James Cooper immediately drove back to town to give notice.Justine of the Peace J.R. McDonald immediately empanneled a jury and a few minutes before dark, they were on the ground accompanied by a Record reporter and several others from town. The remains were found in the northeast corner of the house and nearly consumed, so much so that no part of the body could identified, and all there was remaining was about ten inchesof the left arm attached to the body which was burned black and in a shriveled condition not recognizable as a human body. The legs were severed from the body and consumed with the exception of a few pieces of bone, so also was the head, and nothing but a few pieces of the skull could be found. Vigilant inquiry was made and it was learned that the last time he was seen was about 8 o'clock Saturday night, when he was on his way to the house from the hayfield nearby. John had been in town during the day and been paid some over $7 in silver besides other money. It is believed that he had $15 in his pockets when leaving town, most of which was silver. He left town about 4 o'clock and was traced to his house which he reached about 6 o'clock, but again when into the field where Jacob Blarneck's family and workmen were at work, returning about 8 o'clock. This was the last time he was seen out of the house. The jury consisted of L.V. Yates, Dr. G.R. Bartram, William A. Nelson, John Cooper Sr., Joseph Villers and H.D. Wing. As it was late before they got to work, the could do no more than take observations about the premises and secure the remains; when this was done the adjourned until the next morning. The next day several witnesses were examined in regard to the fire etc. but no evidence revealing its origin, nor of the death of Mr. Goetinger could be obtained. All seemed to be wrapped in impenetrable mystery. When they adjourned at night it was decided to make another investigation of the body and the premises, in search of the silver and to gain more proof if possible; after making a close examination of the ground no trace of the imperishable silver could be found--not even one piece of it--however several buttons which had been covered with cloth were found in the place where the body lay. The ground was thoroughly raked over, and the body was again examined yet the jurors returned to town in deeper mystery than before. They were however impressed with the belief that John Goetinger never remained in the house from Saturday night until the fire alive.After examining several more witnesses taking up the time from noon until 9 o'clock at night they adjourned until one week from next Saturday. It is hoped that on that time someing of a more enlightening nature may turn up. The only way in which his body could be identified was by the truss found upon him, and a portion of the vest he wore.It is unnecessary to say other rumors were afloat, for there never occurred a thing like this in a community of this kind without different stories being circulated, and a port once started never loses anything. Regardless of absurd rumors the jury had taken a straight forward course and endeavored to given an impartial investigation of the whole thing, looking into these reports when there was a probability of obtaining any proof in the case. Popular opinion has it that John was dead before the house was burned yet the jury have failed in obtaining evidence to that effect thus far; they hope however before giving their verdict to be able to clear it all up, yet the prospects for such a result looks dubious.After making examination of the remains yesterday morning they were given over to Mrs. Goetinger, who had him buried on the place by the side of his brother. some questioned her right to the body she had commenced suit for a divorce, but as she offered to bear all the expense, it was decided to let her bury him. It was well known throughout the county that John Goetinger and his son in law, Jacob Blarneck, have during the last year, been having an immense amount of trouble, involving themselves in several lawsuits of considerable magnitude, and that the feeling has run high on both sides. This, together with Mr. Goetinger's death and the fact that Blarneck will be pecuniarly benefited by his removal as well as to be freed from further annoyances from his father in law, shifts the suspicion in that direction, which, if Mr. Blarneck be innocent (and we have no reason to believe he is not) places him in a rather embarrassing position.Deceased was born in Austria in 1812 and first settled in this county in 1855. When the war broke out he enlisted in the 21st Regiment and served his full term. His Regiment could boast no braver solider than he. Though not receiving any woulds he has suffered from a rupture which was brough on in the war. Like all others he had his friends and his enemies and they were either firm friends or bitter enemies. Of late years he had been considerably addicted to drinking, and sometimes was very quarrelsome, but most of his bad disposition was displayed at home where he ruled at times with a reign of terror.The disturbance of last wintered caused his wife to leave him since which time he has remained in the home alone most of the time.
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http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikchs/
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikchs/ahnapee_court_cases.htmAhnapee Court Cases62 Charles Boalt vs. Farmers Ahnapee Pier Co. 1867
75 Pier vs. McCosky 1867
120 Henry Holland vs. John Goettinger 1861
140 A. Hall vs. John Goettinger 1873
231 Jos. Knipfer vs. John Goettinger 1875
190 A. Cozewill vs. Martin Clancy 1861
323 Thomas O'Day vs. Martin Clancy 1876
236 Henry Fox et. al. vs. John Goettinger 1873
243 Jos. Goettinger vs. John Goettinger 1874
438 Margaret Goettinger vs. John Goettinger 1878
318 State vs. John Goettinger 1879
391 Jacob Blanick vs. Andrew Steiner 1877
929 Catherine Blahnik vs. Frank Barta 1903
2065 Jos. Barta vs. Anton Blahnik 1917
712A State vs. Catherine Blahnik Year ?
======================https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FS3G-9M8John Gettenger, "United States, Civil War Soldiers Index" Name John Gettenger
Name Note:
Also Known As Name:
Also Known As Note:
Event Type: Military Service
Military Beginning Rank: Private
Military Beginning Rank Note:
Military Final Rank: Private
Military Final Rank Note:
Military Side: Union
Military Side Note:
State or Military Term: Wisconsin
Military Unit: 21st Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Military Unit Note:
Military Company: K
Military Company Note:
Note: See also V.R. Corps.
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Wisconsin.
Affiliate Publication Number: M559
Affiliate Film Number: 11
GS Film number: 882496
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FS3G-CZCJohn Guittenger, "United States, Civil War Soldiers Index" Name: John Guittenger
Name Note:
Also Known As Name: John Guittinger
Also Known As Note:
Event Type: Military Service
Military Beginning Rank: Private
Military Beginning Rank Note:
Military Final Rank: Private
Military Final Rank Note:
Military Side: Union
Military Side Note:
State or Military Term: Wisconsin
Military Unit: 25th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Military Unit Note:
Military Company: K
Military Company Note:
Note: Original filed under John/Guittinger
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Wisconsin.
Affiliate Publication Number: M559
Affiliate Film Number: 12
GS Film number: 882497

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Cherney Thomas [Male]

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Title: Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930

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Kacerovsky Maria Monicka Katzervask\Kenizerowski [Female]

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Title: Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930

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Alt Wolfgang [Male] b. OCT 1827 Germany

Source
Title: ancestry.com

Source
Title: 1900 census

Immigration: 1855

Source
Title: 1900 census

Census: 1900

Source
Title: 1900 census

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MMV4-NW8Wolfgang Alt, "United States Census, 1900" Name: Wolfgang Alt
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1900
Event Place: ED 61 Pierce town, Kewaunee, Wisconsin, United States
Birth Date: Oct 1827
Birthplace: Germany
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 32
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1868
Mother of how many children:
Number of Living Children:
Immigration Year: 1855
Page: 3
Sheet Letter: B
Family Number: 53
Reference ID: 83
GS Film number: 1241794
Digital Folder Number: 004119950
Image Number: 00760
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Wolfgang Alt M 73 Germany
Wife Anna Alt F 50 Austria
Daughter Minnie Alt F 8 Wisconsin

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Pribyl John (Jan) George [Male] b. 1842 Mrakov (Mrdakov), Bohemia - d. 1920 St. Lawrence Catholic Cemetery, Stangelville, WI

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Miluse Horáková & Mary Kakefuda

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

rom: Miluše Horáková
To: [email protected]@bellsouth.net
Sent: Fri, May 3, 2013 6:59:38 AM
Subject: Jan Pribyl from MrakovDear Mary,
I am very glad you are interested in my service and thank you very much for you e-mail. :-)In the Czech Republic some archive records are accessible via internet whilst others are at disposal in special buildings of National Archive.
I have been able to find some info about John Pribyl born in 1842 in Mrakov and sending you the marriage record of John Pribyl and Mary Dufek.
The name John is translated as Jan into Czech language and Mary is Maria. The name of the village Mrakov used to be Mrdakov. The name Mrdakov was derived from the word "mrdat" which means sway. However, in contemporary Czech language "mrdat" means a very offended word and that is why the name of the village was changed to Mrakov.In the attachement you will find the record. It says that 28 May 1870 Jan Pribyl ( son of Petr Pribyl, a farmer from Mrdakov no.39 and his wife Marie) married Maria (daughter of Mathyas Dufek, retired, from Mrdakov no. 24 and his wife Katherine). Jan was 27 and Maria was 26 years old.
The link to the record is this one:
http://actapublica.eu/matriky/plzen/prohlizec/5925/?strana=27The Pribyl family has been living in Mrakov so far. It would be very ease to contact them if you want to.In Mrakov there is a folklore dancing group, you can see the web at: http://www.mrakovskysoubor.cz/en/index.aspNext Email:Dear Mary,
I have some news for you.
Pribyl family - I have found Petr Pribyl´s birth records. It is in the attachment. Is says that Petr Pribyl was born on 26 November 1813, his father was Johann (John) Pribyl and mother was Maria. I believe this Petr Pribyl was John´s father -Petr was born in Mrakov No.39. I will be able to find some John´s siblings however not more as you can see the records are illegible. I can not find Petr´s death records neither John´s birth record since some records are missing.In Mrakov there used to be many Pribyls´ branches. The Pribyl families lived in many houses; I have been interested particularly in the house No.39.Pribyl is sometimes written as Pribil in the Archives, but no problem with this. I suppose it depended on the person who wrote the records. Up to 1860´s or 1870´s all the records are German or Latin , since 1870´s the records are written in Czech. The house no. 39 does not exist any more. However it is easy to trace the place where it was situated:
http://www.mapy.cz/#q=mr%25C3%25A1kov%252039&x=12.953233&y=49.403790&z=16&d=addr_9750974_0_2&l=15A couple of years ago there still was a building ( barn?) but the building is not there any more.That is all for now.Yours sincerely
Miluse

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Dufek Mary [Female] b. 1845 Bohemia

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Pribyl Vaclav James Wencil [Male] b. 3 SEP 1866 Kewaunee County, WI - d. 1939

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

Source
Title: Genevieve Hostak

Residence: 1936

Source
Title: obituary

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRP2-F98John Pribil in entry for Vaclar Pribil and Katie Halada, "Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930" Name: Vaclar Pribil
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Katie Halada
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 18 Jul 1896
Event Place: Ahnapee, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Father's Name: John Pribil
Mother's Name: Maria Dufek
Spouse's Father's Name: Jacob Halada
Spouse's Mother's Name: Anna Hartl
Race:
Marital Status:
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Marital Status:
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I00895-9
System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy
GS Film number: 1292002
Reference ID: 01312

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Pribyl John [Male] b. 5 JUN 1878 Kewaunee County, WI - d. 17 OCT 1956 Manitowoc Co. WI

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

Residence: 1936

Source
Title: obituary

Genevieve Hostak
My grandfather was one of Mary Pribyl's brothers. She was the oldest of four.
--------------------------https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRPX-6NFJohn Pribyl in entry for John Pribyl and Mary Svajner, "Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930" Name: John Pribyl
Birth Date:
Birthplace: Carlton, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Age:
Spouse's Name: Mary Svajner
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace: Franklin, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 28 Oct 1902
Event Place: Stangelville, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Father's Name: John Pribyl
Mother's Name: Maria Duffek
Spouse's Father's Name: Joseph Svajner
Spouse's Mother's Name: Anna Andrle
Race: White
Marital Status:
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race: White
Spouse's Marital Status:
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01092-6
System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy
GS Film number: 1292003
Reference ID: Item 1 No.119 02130

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Schweiner Mary (Svajner) [Female] b. 12 APR 1882 Luxemberg Rt 3, Montpelier, Kewaunee County, WI - d. 15 NOV 1972 Manitowoc, WI

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

Per Genevieve Hostak Mary never went to school and was unable to read or write.

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Pribyl Anna [Female] b. 1883 Kewaunee County, WI - d. JAN 1956 Kewaunee County, WI

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

Source
Title: Genevieve Hostak

Residence: 1936

Source
Title: obituary

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRPF-XS2John Pribyl in entry for Joseph Steinberger and Anna Pribyl, "Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930" Name: Joseph Steinberger
Birth Date:
Birthplace: Franklin, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Age:
Spouse's Name: Anna Pribyl
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace: Franklin, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 09 Feb 1904
Event Place: Stangelville, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Father's Name: George Steinberger
Mother's Name: Anna Konopik
Spouse's Father's Name: John Pribyl
Spouse's Mother's Name: Maria Dufek
Race: White
Marital Status:
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race: White
Spouse's Marital Status:
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01092-6
System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy
GS Film number: 1292003
Reference ID: Item No.22 02334

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Steinberger Joseph [Male] b. 1880 - d. APR 1966

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Title: Genevieve Hostak

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Nickasch Ruben Herman [Male] b. 20 FEB 1896 Appleton, WI - d. 31 DEC 1946 Appleton, WI

Source
Title: Outagamie County Record

Source
Title: outagamie County Records

Occupation: 1919

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Occupation: 1921

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Title: Appleton City Directory

Occupation: BET. 1925 - 1928

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Title: Appleton City Directory

Occupation: BET. 1930 - 1938

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Title: Appleton City Directory

Occupation: BET. 1940 - 1941

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Title: Appleton City Directory

Occupation: 1943

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Residence: BET. 1938 - 1946

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Residence: 1921

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Residence: BET. 1923 - 1932

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Residence: BET. 1934 - 1936

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Census: 1920

Source
Title: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=40973337&PIpi=20715649

United States Census, 1920
Name: Joseph Nickasch
Residence: , Outagamie, Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1871
Age: 49
Birthplace: Bohemia
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace: Bohemia
Mother's Birthplace: Bohemia
Film Number: 1822008
Digital Folder Number: 4390899
Image Number: 00978
Sheet Number: 1
Household Gender Age
Joseph Nickasch M 49y
Spouse Adeline Nickasch F 48y
Child Rueben Nickasch M 22y
Child Erna Nickasch F 21y
Child Ervin Nickasch M 15y
Child Clara Nickasch F 13y
Child Arthur Nickasch M 12y
Child Ella Nickasch F 10y
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United States Census, 1910 for Ruben Nickasch
Name: Ruben Nickasch
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Residence: Appleton Ward 5, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Marital Status:
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Family Number: 310
Page Number: 14
Household Gender Age
Parent Joseph Nickasch M 40y
Parent Lena Nickasch F 39y
Ruben Nickasch M 13y
Erna Nickasch F 11y
Alma Nickasch F 10y
Ervin Nickasch M 5y
Clara Nickasch F 4y
Arthur Nickasch M 3y
Ella Nickasch F y 8m
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United States Census, 1930 for Rueben Nickasch
Name: Rueben Nickasch
Event: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Age: 33
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1897
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Bavaria Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Enumeration District Number: 14
Family Number: 194
Sheet Number and Letter: 8B
Line Number: 62
NARA Publication: T626, roll 2603
Film Number: 2342337
Digital Folder Number: 4547571
Image Number: 00506
Household Gender Age
Rueben Nickasch M 33
Spouse Stella Nickasch F 34
Child Norman Nickasch M 7
Child Harlan Nickasch M 6
Child Marion Nickasch F 4
Child Lois Nickasch F 2
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Ruben Nickasch, "United States Census, 1940"Name: Ruben Nickasch
Titles & Terms:
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Ward 15, Appleton, Appleton City, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 43
Marital Status: Married
Race (Original):
Race (Standardized): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original):
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Head
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1897
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 44-18
Family Number: 306
Sheet Number and Letter: 14A
Line Number: 17
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 4508
Digital Folder Number: 005461237
Image Number: 00646
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Ruben Nickasch M 43 Wisconsin
Wife Stella Nickasch F 44 Wisconsin
Son Norman Nickasch M 17 Wisconsin
Son Harlan Nickasch M 16 Wisconsin
Daughter Mary Nickasch F 14 Wisconsin
Daughter Lois Nickasch F 12 Wisconsin
Son Dwain Nickasch M 8 Wisconsin

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Schultz Stella [Female] b. 31 MAR 1896 Appleton, WI - d. 10 NOV 1943 Appleton, WI

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Title: Outagamie County Record

Outagamie County Record, deaths vol 40-page 763..

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Title: Dwain Nickasch

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Wettengel Andreas [Male] b. 11 SEP 1824 Thein, Falkenau, Kingdom of Bohemia, Germany - d. 1 MAY 1904 Appleton, WI

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Title: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I76610

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Title: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I178027

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Title: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I178027

Possible listing???
census 1900 > ILLINOIS > ADAMS > ILLINOIS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS Series: T623 Roll: 236 Page: 299 Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
WETTENGEL ANDREW 72 M W GERM IL ADAMS ILLINOIS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 1900 Born March 1828 age 72 from Germany 1856 here 44 years na for naturalization, able to read, write and Speak English ??
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Doerfner Madelina [Female] b. 24 JUN 1827 Plumberg, Falkenau, Kingdom of Bohemia - d. 21 JAN 1878 Outagamie County, WI

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Title: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I76610

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Title: : http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I178028

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Schultz Fred (Friederick) Theodore [Male] b. 2 OCT 1862 Mecklenburg, Germany - d. 6 JAN 1925 Appleton, WI

Source
Title: Census

Source
Title: Outagamie County Record

Immigration: 1871

Source
Title: Wi 1920 census

Source
Title: nickasch.FTW

Immigration: 1873

Source
Title: 1910 census

Source
Title: nickasch.FTW

Occupation: 1910

Source
Title: 1910 census

Source
Title: nickasch.FTW

Residence: BET. 1910 - 1925

Source
Title: 1910 census

Source
Title: nickasch.FTW

Census: 1905

Ancestral File Record
name: Fred SCHULTZ
gender: Male
birth: 1862 Oct 2
Prussia
death: 1925 Jan 6
Appleton, Wisconsin
burial: Riverside Cem., Appleton, Wisconsin
AFN: W4B2-FQ
Parents
father: Carl SCHULTZ (AFN: W4B2-CD ) - possibly ~1840 Prussia?
Marriages (1)
spouse: Mary SCHROEDER (AFN: W4B2-J8 )
marriage: 1900 Aboutchild 1: Edna Florien SCHULTZ (AFN: GNGW-WN )
gender: Female
birth: 1901 Jul 30
Appleton, Wisconsin
death: 1981 Sep 20
Appleton, Wisconsin
burial: Riverside Cem., Appleton, Wisconsin
====================Wisconsin State Census, 1905 for Fred Schultz
Name: Fred Schultz
Residence: Appleton city, ward 6, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Age: 42y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1863
Birthplace: Germany
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Germany
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Germany
Family Number: 519
Page Number: 338
Line Number: 72
Film Number: 1020979
Digital Folder Number: 4236863
Image Number: 00607
Household Gender Age
Fred Schultz M 42y
Spouse Mary Schultz F 40y
Child Minnie Schultz F 14y
Child Arthur Schultz M 12y
Child Dora Schultz F 11y
Child Stella Schultz F 9y
Child Raymond Schultz M 7y
Child Edna Schultz F 4y
Child Harvey Schultz M 2y

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Schroeder Mary [Female] b. 23 OCT 1864 Waukesha, WI - d. 21 OCT 1953 Appleton, WI

Source
Title: Outagamie County Record

Outagamie County Record, Death vol 56 page 781..
Residence: BET. 1938 - 1953

Source
Title: Outagamie County Record

Census: 1905

Wisconsin State Census, 1905 for Mary SchultzName: Mary Schultz
Residence: Appleton city, ward 6, Outagamie, Wisconsin
Age: 40y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1865
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
Race: White
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Germany
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Germany
Family Number: 519
Page Number: 338
Line Number: 73
Film Number: 1020979
Digital Folder Number: 4236863
Image Number: 00607
Household Gender Age
Spouse Fred Schultz M 42y
Mary Schultz F 40y
Child Minnie Schultz F 14y
Child Arthur Schultz M 12y
Child Dora Schultz F 11y
Child Stella Schultz F 9y
Child Raymond Schultz M 7y
Child Edna Schultz F 4y
Child Harvey Schultz M 2y
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Ancestral File Record
name: Mary SCHROEDER
gender: Female
birth: 1864 Oct 23
Waukesha, Wisconsin
death: 1953 Oct 21
Appleton, Wisconsin
burial: Riverside Cem., Appleton, Wisconsin
AFN: W4B2-J8
Parents
father: Carl SCHROEDER (AFN: W4B2-GW )
mother: Johanna MEYER (AFN: W4B2-H3 )
Marriages (1)
spouse: Fred SCHULTZ (AFN: W4B2-FQ )
marriage: 1900 About

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Nickasch Antone (Andrew or Andreas Nikasch) [Male] b. 18 JAN 1838 Horn, Falkenau, (Sokolov) Bohemia, Austria - d. BEF. 1889 Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin

Source
Title: Ancestry.com, Baltimore Passenger Lists, 1820-1948 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006).

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

It is unknown if Antone Nickasch (Sr) ever came to the United States. His son Antone appears to be first to immigrate in this family. He came at the age of 17 on the Main from Bremen, Germany in1880 and lists his occupation as a workman. (Per Baca Books Czech Imm Passenger Lists NY 1870-1880 page 110 and photocopy of the register from ANcestry Microfilm serial M237, Roll M237_425, List 514). Antone's brother Joseph, arrives in the US in America in 1884 per his listing in 1900 census WI Outagamie Co. Series: T623 Roll: 1809 Page: 132. He would have been 14 years old at the time. It is possible he arrived with his parents but no listing has yet been found for Antone (Sr) in America. We know he died before 1889 because we find a listing for his wife Margaret (Krause) Nickasch in the Appleton City Directory listed as a widow living at 1118 8th St, Appleton WIAncestry.com, Baltimore Passenger Lists, 1820-1948 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006). Andreas Nikasch
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Niekach/Nickish/Nikish
During the 1700's, Bohemia was eventually absorbed by the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_BohemiaThe Kingdom of Bohemia (Czech: Ceské království; German: Königreich Böhmen) was a country in Central Europe formally established in 1212 by the Golden Bull of Sicily issued by the Roman king and emperor Frederick II, although some former rulers of Bohemia enjoyed a non-hereditary royal title. The Kingdom was an autonomous part of the Holy Roman Empire, later a part of the Austrian Empire and was dissolved in 1918 with the fall of Austria-Hungary when the last king of Bohemia Charles III abdicated. The national assembly then deposed the Habsburg-Lothringen dynasty and proclaimed the Czechoslovak republic.
The Lands of the Bohemian Crown comprised:The Duchy of Bohemia established about 870 under Borivoj I of the Premyslid dynasty.
The March of Moravia, acquired after the 955 Battle of Lechfeld, lost in 999 to Boleslaw I of Poland and reconquered by Bretislav I in 1029. Upper Lusatia, incorporated by Jan Lucemburský in 1319 (Bautzen) and 1329 (Görlitz) and Lower Lusatia (Margraviate of Lusatia), acquired by Karel IV from Otto V, Duke of Bavaria in 1367. Ferdinand II lost Lusatia to the Electorate of Saxony with the 1635 Peace of Prague. The Duchies of Silesia, acquired by the 1335 Treaty of Trencsén between Jan Lucemburský and King Casimir III of Poland. Maria Theresa lost Silesia in 1742 to King Frederick II of Prussia, with the ecxeption of Austrian Silesia. The Margraviate of Brandenburg, acquired by Karel IV from Duke Otto V of Bavaria in 1373. Karel's son Zikmund lost Brandenburg in 1415 to Frederick of Hohenzollern. During the reign of the last Premyslids and the succeeding House of Luxembourg, especially after the accession of Emperor Karel IV 1346 - 1378 and the issue of the Golden Bull of 1356, the Bohemian Kingdom was the most powerful state of the Holy Roman Empire. Thus the Lands of the Bohemian Crown were not part of the Imperial Circles as established by the 1500 Imperial Reform.The current Czech Republic still uses symbols of the Bohemian Kingdom: a two-tailed lion in its coat-of-arms, the royal castle as the president's office, the Crown of Saint Wenceslas and other crown jewels.===We do not know the background for Antone Nickasch but his birth location indicates he came from what is known as the German-Bohemians. The web page from Robert J Paulson, German-Bohemian Heritage Society. http://www.svu2000.org/conferences/02.doc provides information about immigration patterns of the German-Bohemians to Wisconsin A portion of the text reads:
Even though there were a large number of Czechs who went to Wisconsin from Bohemia, there was another group of Bohemian immigrants who came at the same time and for the same reasons.  They too loved to drink "pivo" but they called it "Bier". They loved to eat sauerkraut, pork and knefliks but they called the dumplings Knoedl. They made a coffeecake with cottage cheese, prunes and apples or almonds. They did not eat kolaches but schmierkuchen. They loved to dance the polka and enjoyed a good time. They had their homes in the same area of Bohemia where in many cases they were neighbors in the same villages.  Some of them even had Czech sounding names.  The main difference was in their language. They spoke a dialect of German called Böhmisch. They were the German-Bohemians, the Deutschböhme. They came to Wisconsin from the Böhmerwald (Sumava), the South Egerland (Cesky Les), and from Falkenau (Sokolov).  These areas later came to be known as the Sudetenland, a term that was unsown to these 19th century immigrants.
...A group of these "Border People" coming from the villages of the Sumava and from the villages stretching from south of (Taus) Domazlice to Neuern (Nyrsko) settled in the small towns near Green Bay, Wisconsin and later along the Wisconsin Central railroad in towns stretching from the Wisconsin to the Chippewa Rivers, from Stevens Point to Chippewa Falls.  These were the lumberman farmers, descendants of the Free Farmers who were given land and special privileges by the Dukes of Bohemia to protect the border areas.  These border settlers, along with their Czech cousins, became known as the Choden (Chodsko).  They joined with their Czech neighbors in a rebellion led by the fabled Kosina against the hated repression of landlord Lamigen....
Beginning in the 1850s a sizable immigration occurred from the Falkenau (Sokolov) district located on the Eger (Cheb) river midway between Eger (Cheb) and Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) to Wisconsin to the city of Milwaukee.  By 1855 already 23 percent of the names from the Falkenau district appear also in Milwaukee city directories.  From the early days of immigration the German Bohemians tended to settle near the central business district near the present-day downtown and "East town".  There were a large number of rooming houses in this area providing temporary housing near the businesses and factories.  They were also a few known German-Bohemian shopkeepers located in the business center of this area....
...The German Bohemians almost became a lost people.  It is extremely difficult to track their life in America.  Few archives recognize the existence of the German-Bohemians as a distinct cultural group.  Usually they are lumped together with other nationalities.  Some census-takers listed them as Austrian, since their homeland was under the rule of the Austrian Empire when they immigrated.  Some were labeled as German because of the language they spoke.  Still others were called Bohemians, a term which hardly distinguished them from their Czech neighbors.  In fact, in the 1905 Minnesota census, Brown County, the home of the most German Bohemians in Minnesota, was noted to have the second-largest Czech population in the state, when in fact there were only two Czech speaking families in the County.  Not until the 1920s census were the Böhmish listed as German speakers from Bohemia.==========Steinschönau with: Steinschönau (stone-Schönau), Ullrich valley; temporarily: Parchen, rebuke, Freudenthal, Emanuelsberg, Sokolov. http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/SUD/kb/index.html
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Another Bohemian name "Mikesh"

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Krause Margaret [Female] b. 7 JUN 1839 Pichelberg (Bouci), Falkenau, Boehmen Koenigreich, Austria Bohemia - d. 23 APR 1915 Appleton, WI

Source
Title: Outagamie County Record

Outagamie County Record, deaths vol 11 pg 258..
Residence: BET. 1889 - 1909

Source
Title: Appleton City Directory

Residence: 1884

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