The Christian Albrecht Keller & Wilhelm Weiss Families. Germany to North Dakota

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1 The Christian Albrecht Keller & Wilhelm Weiss Families Germany to North Dakota In 1882 a group of German Evangelical pastors formed the Deutsche Evangelische Colonizations Gesellschaft, or German Evangelistic Colonization Society, in Chicago, Illinois for the express purpose of establishing settlements on the vast frontier of the plains states. A Locations Committee was also formed and charged with the task of locating a suitable site for settlement in the spring. During the latter part of 1882 the committee had visited a number of sites in Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma; however, through the efforts of the Northern Pacific Railroad, it finally chose the Dakota Territories for its new colony. The railroad stretched across the Dakota Territory and offered a host of inducements to those willing to settle the new frontier. The biggest inducement was the offer to donate parcels of land along the line for the settlers to construct their new communities. Nearly all was in readiness for the new colonists by the spring of 1883 with the first party of settlers departing Chicago on April 4. In all, some 200 German families had signed on for the new settlement, the name of which was to be Salem. It was located about 30 miles west of the city that eventually become a state capitol: Bismarck North Dakota. On the morning of April 6 a freight car of equipment and supplies was unloaded near a high butte. Mr. John Christensen, who had volunteered to ride the car, spent the previous evening alone with the supplies. In doing so he is credited with being Salem's first settler. Late in the evening of the same day a train carrying the first of the settlers arrived. Arriving in two day-coaches, they were left on a sidetrack about midnight on Friday, April 6, The next day, after Morning Prayer, the settlers were led four miles east and told this was the spot where the coming city of Salem, and probably the future county seat of Morton, was to be. Business, residential and the un-plotted part of a section were to be divided in equal shares. Of the lots, the first 30 went to the charter members of the society as reimbursement of their membership fees, with members receiving one business and one residential lot each. On the same day the railroad sent out a gang of working men with six construction cars, which were left on a new siding track in Salem. Equipped with stoves for heating and cooking, they were to be used for lodging and boarding of the settlers. During the nine months of that year the railroad brought out more than 100 members. Settlers would continue to live in the railroad boxcars until an immigrant's home could be built. A railroad tank car supplied water until a well could be dug. The following month the colonists applied for a postal permit under the town's original name of Salem. However, it was discovered that another Salem already existed in the Dakota Territory so the colonists added the prefix New. Thus Salem became New Salem as it is yet today. In May, August A.V. Schallern was commissioned to serve as the postmaster. The post office was located in the Nohl Brothers Hardware and Drug Store. 587

2 By July some 30 houses had been built within a short distance from town while, in New Salem, 21 houses had been erected along with a train depot. Fred Wiegman and William Lehfeldt established a general store with Mr. Lehfeldt also constructing a hotel. On October 7th the colonists held services in the new church. By this time William Ott had opened another grocery store, A.F. Itrich opened a harness shop and the Spinner brothers opened a butcher shop. Although by the end of 1883 all of the necessities of living within New Salem were available, the individual family experiences are more enlightening. J. Heinrich Albrecht and his brother Johann related that when making bread they would have to wrap the mixed dough and place it under the blankets of their beds so it could rise and not freeze. The Henry Bargmann family brought with them on the train from Chicago a complete team of horses, a hand plow and a buggy. The Emil Becher family initially lived under an overturned wagon box. In an attempt to save her sleeping baby, Mrs. Wilhelm Bethke ran back into their home which was being engulfed by a fast moving prairie fire. Both perished in the fire. The Peter Bumann family initially lived in a shack made by standing grain doors upright to make a shelter. They planted potatoes in gopher holes. The daughter of the Herman Freise family was the first to be born in New Salem. Mrs. Katherine Held was the area midwife. Christian Albrecht Keller, the son of Johann Albrecht Keller ( ) and Christiane Friederike Riegler ( ), was born January 6, 1851 in Widdern, Württemberg, Germany. Katherine Carolina Heck, the daughter of Franz Martin Hek (1821- ) and Susanne Christine Weiss ( ), was born July 10, 1845 in Unterkessach, Baden, Germany. Parish registers in Unterkessach, Germany indicate that a son, Wilhelm Ludwig Keller, was born out of wedlock to Christian and Katherine on November 17, Along with son William, age 9 months, Christian and Katherine emigrated from the port of Bremen, Germany aboard the vessel Kronprinz Friederich Wilhelm, arriving at the port of New York City on September 6, The marriage of Christian and Katherine was not recorded in their respective family parishes in Germany thus it is assumed they married somewhere in route to America or after their arrival. Shortly thereafter, on July 18, 1874, Christian's brother Wilhelm Heinrich Keller arrived in New York City from Bremen, Germany aboard vessel Oder. Wilhelm was born January 17, 1855 in Kreßbach, Württemberg, Germany. He was not married at the time of his immigration. The brothers were to be followed by their sister Christine Karoline Keller, age 16, who arrived in New York City on May 15, 1878 aboard the vessel Frisia from Bremen, Germany. She was born March 21, 1862 in Bittelbronn, Württemberg, Germany. Before long, the family father, Johann Albrecht Keller, joined them in America. The son of Johann Heinrich Keller ( ) and Katharina Kohlberger ( ), he arrived in New York City from Bremen, Germany on October 25, 1879 aboard vessel Donau. He arrived without his wife, Christiane Friederike Riegler ( ) or any of the remaining known surviving children who were apparently left in Germany: Gottlieb Friedrich Keller, Johann Christian Keller, Katherine Friederike Keller, Christiane Katherine Keller and (a second) Christine Karoline Keller. Upon emigration, Christian and Katherine Keller moved on to Goodhue County, Minnesota, and established their home near the town of Red Wing. It was here that three additional children were born: Pauline Keller, Louis Frederick Keller and Karoline Catherine Keller. About 1879 the family moved 588

3 further west to the town of Hatton in Traill County in what was then, Dakota Territory. Here children Charles H. Keller and Henry J. Keller were born. Finally, in 1883, they moved still further west to Morton County, Dakota Territory and began their farming operation about 16 miles south of the emigrant village of New Salem. It was here that five additional children were born: Elizabeth Keller, Julius Keller, Emma Keller, Emil Keller and Edward August Keller Although Christian Keller and family had already moved on further west, by 1880 his brother William Heinrich Keller and his wife Emma Kuhn are found living back in Cherry Grove, Goodhue County along with the family father Johann Albrecht Keller (still without his wife or other children). Daughter Christiane Karoline Keller is not found under her birth name and a cursory review failed to locate an appropriately wife named "Christiane" or "Karoline/Caroline" anywhere in the state. By 1900 the Christian Keller family had moved on to Morton County, North Dakota. However, now back in Traill County, North Dakota we now find his brother William with wife Marie and children Minnie Keller, Harry Keller, Gertrude Keller and Wilt Keller. It is assumed that this wife Marie is one and the same as the previously recorded wife "Emma" back in Minnesota; not only do the ages correspond, but both also indicated they were born in Ohio. This was to be their final move as by 1920 William, age 64, was residing alone in Hatton, Traill County, North Dakota. Katherine (Heck) Keller died on June 28, 1891, just a year after the birth of her last child. Caring of the younger children initially fell upon the oldest daughter, Pauline Keller; however, after her accidental death about 1892, that responsibility passed to daughter Karoline Catherine Keller who was later to marry William Weiss. (the Author s grandparents). In 1904 Christian Keller sold the family farm and, along with son Emil Keller, went to St Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota to establish a new home. Two years later Emil was to return to Morton County, North Dakota. Minnesota State Archive records indicate that Christian was a resident of the Ramsey County Alms House, located on the property of the county Poor Farm, from May 21, 1929 until his discharge on May 28, Christian Keller died April 3, 1932 at the Anker Hospital (later Regions Hospital), 640 Jackson Street, St Paul. The death certificate stated the deceased was a former resident of the "Ramsey County Home of Gladstone, Minnesota" It is therefore believed that he was discharged from the Poor Farm for purposes of being admitted to the Anker Hospital. There he remained until his death. He was interred at the Elmhurst Cemetery in St. Paul, Minnesota. The presence in America of Christian s father Johann Albrecht Keller was brief as he eventually returned to Germany. The date of the return has not yet been determined but it is thought to have possibly taken place in anticipation of the death of his wife whom he had left back in Germany. That death occurred on August 06, 1889 in Möckmühl, Württemberg, Germany. Johann himself also died there on October 25, The remainder of this Keller family history pertains to the descendants of Johann Albrecht Keller's son, Christian Keller (the Author's great-grandfather). 589

4 Christian Keller Katherine (Heck) Keller Christian and Katherine Keller's first child, Wilhelm Ludwig Keller, was born November 17, 1872 in Unterkessach, Württemberg, Germany. He emigrated with his parents on September 6, On April 21, 1904 in Morton County, North Dakota he would marry Emma C. Knirck. The daughter of Emil Knirck and Caroline Evers, she was born July 9, 1882 in Waren, Mecklenburg, Germany. About 1916 the William Keller family left North Dakota and moved to Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, apparently accompanied by Emma s parents, Emil and Carolina Knirck. Prior to this time, Emma s married sisters Alwena Martin and Martha Peters had lived in Bellingham. It is thought that the move to Washington was precipitated by the November 1914 death of Martha. It would be in Washington that William and Emma Keller s last four children would be born. William died January 22, 1951 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Emma died August 25, 1967 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. They would have fourteen children: Carolina Wilhelmina Louise Keller, Louise Alvina Keller, Margarethe Anna Frieda Keller, Lydia Keller, William Keller, Elsie Julia Keller, Herman Keller, Maxwell Keller, Emma C. Keller, Eric Keller, Minnie Keller, Ella Emma Keller, William Keller, Jr. and Edward Harold Keller William and Emma Keller s first child, Carolina Wilhelmina Louise Keller was born January 10, 1905 in Morton County, North Dakota. On Jul 1, 1926 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington Lena as she preferred to be called, married George Gardner. The son of George Gardner and Donia Mincie, he was born about 1902 in North Carolina. They would have a son Warren G. Gardner. He was born May 31, 1927 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington and died March 10, 1986 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Warren, in turn, married Vera Rae Neiman and had a son Gary Gardner. Author s Comment: At his writing the preceding grandchild, Gary Gardner, is the only surviving natural direct descendant of William and Emma (Knirck) Keller and their fourteen children. 590

5 George Gardner and Lena later separated. On a date between 1935 and 1941 Lena would later marry Grover Baker. Theirs was a childless marriage. Grover Baker and Lena later separated. On a date before 1951 Lena would marry Harold Earl Babcock. The son of Earl Babcock, he was born September 17, 1904 in Kankakee County, Illinois. Lena died March 13, 1969 in Pasco, Franklin County, Washington and Harold died October 29, 1968 in Pasco, Franklin County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage William and Emma Keller's second child, Louise Alvina Keller, was born February 21, 1906 in Morton County, North Dakota. On January 25, 1931 in Whatcom County, Washington, Louise narrowly survived a boating accident that claimed the life of her expected fiancé, Ernest C. Stevens. Louise's sister Elsie and her husband Maxwell Upper, however, died in the same accident. Somewhere between 1931 and 1935 Louise would marry J.D Hanna. Theirs was a childless marriage. J.D. Hanna and Louise later separated. On October 9, 1945 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington Louise married James Raymond McKay. Theirs was a childless marriage. James McKay and Louise later separated. On March 29, 1947 Louise married Gordon A. Schram in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. The son of Rudolph Schram and Theresa Graughan, he was born on July 26, 1920 in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada. Louise died August 25, 1981 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Gordon died April 13, 1981 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage 1.3. William and Emma Keller's third child, Margarethe Anna Louise Keller, was born April 16, 1907 in Morton County North Dakota and died August 10, 1974 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington at the age of 67. She had never married William and Emma Keller's fourth child, Lydia Keller was born about 1908 in Morton County, North Dakota and died May 14, 1918 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington at the age of William and Emma Keller's fifth child, William Keller, was born about 1909 in Morton County, North Dakota and died before 1916 in Morton County, North Dakota William and Emma Keller's sixth child, Elsie Julia Keller, was born November 28, 1910 in Morton County, North Dakota. On January 25, 1931 she married Maxwell A. Upper. The son of Nelson Upper, he was born about 1908 in Michigan. On July 19, 1931 both Elsie and Maxwell would die in a boating accident on Lake Whatcom in Whatcom County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage William and Emma Keller's seventh child, Herman Keller, was born about 1911 in Morton County, North Dakota and died before 1916 in Morton County, North Dakota William and Emma Keller's eighth child, Maxwell Keller, was born about 1912 in Morton County, North Dakota and died before 1916 in Morton County, North Dakota. 591

6 1.9. William and Emma Keller's ninth child, Emma C. Keller, was born March 4, 1913 in Morton County, North Dakota. Between 1935 and 1941 she would marry Melvin Sander. The son of Henry Sander and Emma Duppenthalor, he was born December 9, 1908 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Emma died November 6, 1977 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Melvin died December 9, 1988 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage William and Emma Keller's tenth child, Eric Wilhelm Keller, was born December 15, 1914 in Morton County, North Dakota and died September 11, 1935 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington at the age of 20. He had never married William and Emma Keller's eleventh child, Minnie Keller, was born March14, 1917 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington and died September 10, 2003 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. She had never married William and Emma Keller's twelfth child, Ella Emma Keller, was born November 20, 1919 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. About 1954 in Seattle, King County, Washington she married Orren Edward Moak. The son of Edward Moak, he was born August 20, Ella died May 15, 1984 in Seattle, King County, Washington. Orren died July 9, 1988 in Seattle, King County, Washington. They would adopt a daughter Patricia Moak who would marry Thomas C. Neuss ( ) and have two children: Christopher Neuss and Michael Neuss William and Emma Keller's thirteenth child, William Keller, Jr., was born December 12, 1922 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington and died September 25, 1991 in Blaine, Whatcom County, Washington. On December 21, 1950 he would marry Wilma Fay Breedlove Olinkiewiez. The daughter of John W. Breedlove and Ruby L. Ramey, she was born February 21, 1917 in Oregon. To this marriage she brought a daughter from the previous marriage: Leah Olinkiewicz who married Jim Kagley and had a daughter Kelli Kagley. William died September 25, 1991 in Blaine, Whatcom County, Washington. Wilma died April 2, 2000 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage William and Emma Keller's fourteenth child, Edward Harold Keller, was born July 28, 1925 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington and died January 20, 1941 in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington at the age of Christian and Katherine Keller's second child, Pauline Keller, was born about 1875 in Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. She died in a shooting accident on the Morton County family farm in

7 Wedding of Louis & Alice (Ritz) Keller (seated, center & left) 1904 (others in the photo unknown) 3. Christian and Katherine Keller's third child, Louis Frederick Keller, was born July 27, 1876 in Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. On February 25, 1904 he married Alice Ritz. The daughter of Jacob Ritz and Louise Schwartes, she was born October 10, 1886 in Morton County, North Dakota. Alice died October 12, 1908 in Morton County, North Dakota. She was interred in the Peace Cemetery, New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Louis died June 21, 1965 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. He was interred in the West Hills Memorial Park Cemetery, Yakima, Washington. They would have three children: Gertrude Keller, Walter Keller and Edwin Keller Louis and Alice Keller's first child, Gertrude Louise Keller, was born November 22, 1904 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 21, 1924 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota she married Albert O. Dettmann. The son of Frank Dettmann and Emma Grap, he was born July 27, 1902 in Judson, Morton County, North Dakota. Gertrude died July 25, 1999 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington. Albert died May 45, 1986 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. They would have three children: Fay A. Dettmann who married Robert Rogers; Lois Dettmann who married Mr. Smith; and Dean Dettmann Louis and Alice Keller's second child, Walter G. Keller, was born May 10, 1906 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. On November 27, 1929 he married Margaret P. Schmitz. She was born July 04, 1911 in North Dakota. Walter died July 14, 1986 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. Margaret died February They would have four children: Vale Keller who married Mr. Riggins; Joy Keller who married Mr. Foster; Margo Keller who married Mr. Gross; and Jack Keller Louis and Alice Keller's third child, Edwin A. Keller, was born August 17, 1907 in Morton County, North Dakota. On March 17, 1940 in Butterfield, Watonwan County, Minnesota he married Ora A. Sandstrom. The daughter of Theodore Sandstrom and Eline Iverson, she was born January 18, 1911 in Butterfield, Watonwan County, Minnesota. Edwin died October 10, 1986 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. Ora died September 06, 1999 in Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. Theirs was a childless marriage. 593

8 Upon the occasion of his first wife's death, Louis Frederick Keller re-married to Emma Joersz on May 16, The daughter of Frederich Joersz and Sophia Hanna Marie Hoverman, she was born July 6, 1883 in Germany. Emma died April 30, 1933 in Morton County, North Dakota. Theirs would be a childless marriage but to this union Emma brought two children from her previous marriage: Charles Barthel who married Evelyn Dettman and Minnie Barthel who married Ed Schmidt. 4. Christian and Katherine Keller's fourth child, Karoline Catherine Keller, was born November 23, 1877 in Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. On June 3, 1897 in Morton County, North Dakota she married William Weiss. The son of Johannes Weiss and Victoria Madlener, he was born December 07, 1867 in Aitrach, Württemberg, Germany. William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Family Author's Comment: The history of the William and Karoline (Keller) Weiss family will be found at the conclusion of this Keller family history. 594

9 5. Christian and Katherine Keller's fifth child, Charles H. Keller, was born April 30, 1879 in Hatton, Traill County, North Dakota. On April 30, 1913 in Morton County, North Dakota he married Edith Morrelle. The daughter of Emil Morrelle and Mary P. Klinker, she was born October 10, 1889 in Monroe County, Iowa. Edith died March 13, 1954 in Hazen, Mercer County, North Dakota. Charles died April 30, 1879 in Livingston, Park County, Montana. They would have eleven children: Katherine M. Keller, Agnes E. Keller, Melvin E. Keller, George P. Keller, Myrtle G. Keller, Caroline G. Keller, Annie E. Keller and Mary Keller Charles and Edith Keller's first child, Katherine Marie Keller, was born September 18, 1914 in Morton County, North Dakota. She married Lester Percy who was born July 13, Katherine died March 1982 in Colville, Stevens County, Washington. Lester died August 1986 in Colville, Stevens County, Washington. They had six children: Margaret Grace Percy who married Mr. Ridge; Blanche Loretta Percy who married Mr. Pope; Paul Ray Percy; Raymond Charles Percy; Helen May Percy who married Mr. Noland; and Mary Anna Percy who married Roger Perryman Charles and Edith Keller's second child, Ervin Charles Keller, was born December 17, 1915 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 29, 1939 he married Lenora May Schell who was born May 12, Lenora died April 8, 2002 in Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon. Ervin died in Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon. They would have three children: Dale Ervin Keller who married Ruth Scol; Carol June Keller who married Mr. Larkin; and Harriet Keller who married Mr. Henry Charles and Edith Keller's third child, Herbert William Keller, was born January 13, 1917 in Morton County, North Dakota. He died July 29, 1985 in Beulah, Mercer County, North Dakota. He had never married Charles and Edith Keller's fourth child, Agnes Elizabeth Keller, was born April 27, 1918 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 15, 1941 she married Ole Rudolph Anderson who was born November 23, Ole died September 8, 1989 in Pelican Rapids, Otter Tail County, Minnesota. They would have two children: Loretta Jean Anderson who married Pat Mueller and Eugene Lloyd Anderson who married Carol Charles and Edith Keller's fifth child, Melvin Emil Keller, was born December 4, 1919 in Morton County, North Dakota. He died August 1, 2003 in Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota. He had never married 5.6. Charles and Edith Keller's sixth child, George Paul Keller, was born April in Morton County, North Dakota. On April 6, 1947 in Morton County, North Dakota he married Esther Margaret Fischer. The daughter of Edward Fisher and Lillian Walters, she was born May 20, 1928 in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. George died November 09, 2004 in Morton County, North Dakota. They would have two children: Edward Charles Keller and Duane Lee Keller Charles and Edith Keller's seventh child, Myrtle Marie Keller, was born July 9, 1922 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 17, 1946 in Morton County, North Dakota she married Peter Alex Fix. The son of Alexander Fix and Margaret Ferderer, he was born May 9, 1917 in Oliver County, North Dakota. Peter died March 1, 2001 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. Myrtle died January 3, 1982 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. They would have a daughter Pamela Marie Fix who married Michael Mullikin. 595

10 5.8. Charles and Edith Keller's eighth child, Caroline Grace Keller, was born July 25, 1923 in Morton County, North Dakota. On December 21, 1951 in Morton County, North Dakota she married Henry Edward Schmidt. The son of Jacob Schmidt & Emelia Schuh, he was born March 10, Caroline died August 25, Henry died December 14, They would have two children: Tamara Kay Schmidt and Terrace Lee Schmidt who married Connie Mae Morlock Charles and Edith Keller's ninth child, Anna Elizabeth Keller, was born March 6, 1934 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 8, 1946 in Oliver County, North Dakota she married Kurt Bauer. The son of Andrew Bauer and Adelgunde Reimer, he was born February 13, 1920 in Hutchinson County, South Dakota. Anna died June 26, 1973 in Albany, Linn County, Oregon. They would have three children: Sheryl Melre Bauer who married Richard Lee Willmschen; Karen Ann Bauer who married Glenn Maki; and Wayne Bauer Charles and Edith Keller's tenth child, Walter Edward Keller, was born April 9, in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 23, 1947 he married Frances Gina Glecia who was born January 1, They would have two children: Linda Gina Keller who would marry James Pagnella and Robert James Keller Charles and Edith Keller's eleventh child, Blanch Keller, was born December 12, 1930 in Morton County, North Dakota and died on December 29, Christian and Katherine Keller's sixth child, Henry J. Keller, Sr., was born September 02, 1881 in Hatton, Traill County, North Dakota. On December 20, 1906 in Morton County, North Dakota he married Mary Barbara Lieb. The daughter of Johann Frederick Lieb and Katherine Goetz, she was born May 18, 1888 in Fenton, Kossuth County, Iowa. Henry died May 04, 1973 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Mary died April 10, 1964 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have six children: Florence Keller, Elmer Keller, Edna Keller, Wilmer Keller, Henry Keller, Jr., and Leo Keller. 596

11 Henry & Maria (Lieb) Keller Sr. Family 1945 Seated Standing * Florence Keller * Henry Keller, Jr. * Maria (Lieb) Keller * Wilmer Keller * Henry Keller, Sr. * Elmer Keller * Edna Keller * Leo Keller 6.1. Henry and Mary Keller's first child, Florence Keller, was born March 4, 1908 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 26, 1929 she married Wilhelm Heinrich Ludwig Joersz. The son of Herman Joersz and Martha Borchers, he was born June 22, 1907 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Florence died September 23, 1971 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. Wilhelm (William) died September 4, 1996 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have five children: Marvin Herman Joersz who married Lucille Gross; Robert Lester Joersz who married Donna Huber; Wallace Henry Joersz who married Eillen Jewel Hunke; Janet Marie Joersz who married David Lunde; and Karen Ann Joersz who married Richard Walter Nolan Henry and Mary Keller's second child, Elmer Keller, was born April 12, 1910 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 2, 1940 he married Anna M. Kronberger. The daughter of John and Elizabeth Kronberger, she was born April 21, 1919 in Indian Creek, Hettinger County, North Dakota. Elmer died January 9, 1996 in Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon. Anna Died December 21, 2002 in Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon They would have two children, Richard Keller and Marlyn Keller Henry and Mary Keller's third child, Edna Keller, was born Jul 17, 1912 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 30, 1934 in Morton County, North Dakota she married Algot Monson. The son of Thomas Monson and Hulda Anderson, he was born December 20, 1898 in Almont, Morton County, North Dakota. Edna died November 17, 1997 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Algot died January 1975 in Flasher, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have 597

12 two children: Roger Monson who married Eyvonne Schulz and Corrine Monson who married Ray Tolstead Henry and Mary Keller's fourth child, Wilmer Keller, was born September 5, 1916 in Morton County, North Dakota. On December 8, 1945 in Waltham, Mower County, Minnesota he married Pauline Schieck. The daughter of Carl & Augusta Schieck, she was born June 30, 1924 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Wilmer died April 15, 1973 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have two children: James Alan Keller who married Marilyn Lohstreter and Julie Ann Keller who married Charles Herrmann Henry and Mary Keller's fifth child, Henry Keller Jr., was born August 12, 1925 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 16, 1946 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota he married Ruth Schneider. The daughter of Carl Schneider and Anna Walde, she was born in 1927 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have three children: Gary Gene Keller who married Jean Schefter; Linda Marie Keller who married Richard Kods; and Leon Henry Keller who married Cindy Ann Frisch Henry and Mary Keller's sixth child, Leo Keller, was born November 5, 1927 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 29, 1951 he married Jean Timpe. The daughter of Leo Timpe and Arlington Griffeth, she was born June 1, 1930 in Morton County, North Dakota. They would have five children: Terry Keller, Ross Keller, Laurie Keller who married Mark Kadmas, Jody Keller and Lynn Keller who married Marcy Zander. Elizabeth (Keller) Vollrath Christian and Katherine Keller's seventh child, Elizabeth Keller, was born February 18, 1883 in Morton County, North Dakota. On December 11, 1904 in Morton County, North Dakota she married Frederick W. Vollrath. The son of Peter Vollrath and Margaret Bumann, he was born about 1876 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Fred died January 22, 1936 in Morton County, North Dakota. Elizabeth died November 2, 1949 in Morton County, North Dakota. They would have three children: Frederick P. Vollrath, Edwin G. Vollrath and Garnet G. Vollrath who married Mr. Schaffer. 598

13 8. Christian and Katherine Keller's eighth child, Julius Keller, was born July 09, 1884 in Morton County, North Dakota. On May 31, 1924 in Miles City, Custer County, Montana he married Marie Ertl. The daughter of Frank Ertl and Theresa Summer, she was born March 3, 1807 in Gleisdorf, Austria. They would have six children: Walter J. Keller, Mary Faye Keller, Lena Loretta Keller, Theresa Grace Keller, Ernest Keller and William Frank Keller. Julius & Marie (Ertl) Keller Family 1945 Foreground Seated Rear (children) * William Keller * Julius Keller * Theresa Keller * Marie (Ertl) Keller * Walter Keller * Mary Keller * Lena Keller * Ernest Keller 8.1. Julius and Marie Keller's first child, Walter J. Keller, was born May 9, 1925 in Terry, Prairie County, Montana. About 1945 he married Phyllis Rickman. The daughter of Ora Rickmann and Floetta Pinckard, she was born January 1, They would have four children: Jeannie Keller who married Ron Tarrant; Donna Keller who married John Virgin; Gary Keller who married Pat Hunter; and Robert Keller who married Marianne Veglio 8.2. Julius and Marie Keller's second child, Mary Faye Keller, was born May 12, 1927 in Penrose (Powell), Park County, Wyoming. About 1948 in Powell, Park County, Wyoming she married John Russell Shelton. The son of William Shelton, she was born November 17, 1920 in Basin, Big Horn County, Wyoming. They would have three children: Walter David Shelton who married Catherine Calvin; Marjorie Marie Shelton who married David Sanders; and Steven LeRoy Shelton who married Shanna Kay. 599

14 8.3. Julius and Marie Keller's third child, Lena Loretta Keller, was born January 3, 1929 in Penrose (Powell), Park County, Wyoming. On July 18, 1948 in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming she married John Albion Larson. The son of Palmer Larson, she was born March 24, 1921 in Wyoming. They would have one daughter who died shortly after childbirth Julius and Marie Keller's fourth child, Theresa Grace Keller, was born April 3, 1922 in Garland, Park County, Wyoming. On November 3, 1953 in Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana she married Raymond Clifford Maddaus. The son of Raymond Maddaus & Helen Yunker he was born January 28, 1922 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Theresa died February 25, 1998 in Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana. Raymond died November 8, 1998 in Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana. They would have four children: Michael Ray Maddaus, Daniel J. Maddaus, Diane Leslie Maddaus and Debra Lea Maddaus who married Mr. Boehm Julius and Marie Keller's fifth child, Ernest Keller, was born in 1934 in Montana. He died before Julius and Marie Keller's sixth child, William Frank Keller was born in 1937 in Montana. He died January 23, Emma (Keller) Washington Christian and Katherine Keller's ninth child, Emma Keller, was born June 07, 1886 in Morton County, North Dakota. She married Mark Washington. Emma died September 1973 in North Bend, Coos County, Oregon. Theirs was a childless marriage. 1. Christian and Katherine Keller's tenth child, Emil A. Keller, was born September 08, 1887 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 14, 1908 in Morton County, North Dakota he married Wilhelmine Lieb. The daughter of Johann Frederick Lieb and Katherine Goetz, she was born October 25, 1889 in 600

15 Fenton, Kossuth County, Iowa. Henry died May 04, 1973 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Wilhelmina died April 10, 1964 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. They would have three children: Kathryn Keller, Evelyn Keller and Norman Keller Emil and Wilhelmine Keller's first child, Evelyn Keller, was born Oct 11, 1909 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. In 1958 she married Alvin House in Morton County, North Dakota. He was born May 20, 1902 in New York. Alvin died April 22, 1959 in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. To this marriage Alvin brought four children from a previous marriage: Alvin House, Jr., Paul House, Robert House and Edwin House Emil and Wilhelmine Keller's second child, Kathryn Keller, was born February 27, 1912 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. She married Roy C. Kahovec. The son of John Kahovec and Florence Rogers, he was born October 8, 1897 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Kathryn died August 1999 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Roy died February 3, They would have a daughter Naomi Kohovec who married Robert Engelter Emil and Wilhelmine Keller's third child, Norman Keller, was born March 2, 1919 in Morton County, North Dakota. On September 7, 1942 he married Ardythe M. Rogers, in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. The daughter of Harry and Florence Rogers, she was born December 12, 1921 in Salina, Saline County, Kansas. Normal died May 26, 1970 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. They would have four children: Douglas Keller who married Linda Nagel; Duane Keller and Shari Keller. 11. Christian and Katherine Keller's eleventh child, Edward August Keller, was born May 11, 1890 in Morton County, North Dakota. On January 25, 1915 he married Johanna Timmerschied Garrison. The daughter of Carl and Angela Timmerschied, she was born March 02, 1887 in Paderborn, Westfalen, Germany. Edward died January 1970 in Circle, McCone County, Montana. Johanna died March 25, 1971 in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming. They would have three children: Charles Earl Keller, Barbara Louise Keller and Earl Raymond Keller. To the marriage, Johanna brought a son from a previous marriage: Henry W. Garrison Edward and Johanna Keller's first child, Charles Earl Keller, was born February 27, 1916 in Dawson County, Montana. On July 14, 1940 he married Betsy I. Bohn. The daughter of Charles and Jean Bohn, she was born September 17, 1918 in Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. Betsy died March 25, 1997 in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Montana. They would have four children: Loretta Jean Keller, Barbara Imogene Keller and John Charles Keller who married Diana Lee Logan Edward and Johanna Keller's second child, Barbara Louise Keller, was born April 28, 1918 in Brockway, Milone County, Montana. On June 5, 1941 she married Earl William Swanson in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. They would have two children: Lee William Swanson and Robert Earl Swanson Edward and Johanna Keller's third child, Earl Raymond Keller, was born April 28, 1918 in Brockway, Milone County, Montana and died May 4, 1976 in Rock Spring, Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 601

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17 The William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Family Morton County, North Dakota Caroline Catherine Keller, the fourth of eleven children born to Christian Albrecht Keller ( ) and Katherine Carolina Heck ( ), was born November 23, 1877 in Red Wing, Minnesota. In 1879 her parents moved the family to Hatton, Traill County, Dakota Territory, near what is now the North Dakota/Minnesota state line. In 1883 the family moved further west across the state by oxendrawn covered wagon to the immigrant village of New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Johannes Weiss Victoria (Madlener) Weiss William Weiss, the son of Johannes Weiss ( ) and Victoria Madlener ( ), was born December 7, 1867 in Ferthofen, Württemberg, Germany and immigrated to America in He first settled in Nebraska but later in the same year came to North Dakota. 603

18 December 7, 1867 Birth Home of William Weiss, Ferthofen, Germany as visited by Walter & Ella (Weiss) Purfeerst (foreground), July 1961 William Weiss Childhood Home, Aitrach, Germany On June 3, 1897 in Morton County, North Dakota William Weiss married Karoline Catherine Keller. William died October 22, 1959 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Karoline died November 20, 1960 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They had 13 children: Magdalena Catherina Weiss, Clara Karoline Friederica Weiss, William Weiss, Emma Marie Agnes Weiss, Ella Louise Weiss, Theresa Elizabeth Weiss, Harold Frederick Emil Weiss, William Edward George Weiss, Herman Frederick Albert Weiss, Arthur Henry Gustaf Weiss, Eileen Evelyn Adelaide Weiss, Louise Loretta Emma Weiss and Alta Loretta Wilhelmina Weiss. 604

19 Karoline (Keller) Weiss 1897 William Weiss William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss, Sr. Farm

20 William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Family Children: Maggie (rear), Clara (center) and Emma (right) William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Family 1943 Left To Right Standing Foreground * Arthur Bahr * Paul Schwartz * Clara (Weiss) Bahr * Loretta (Weiss) Daniels * Herman Weiss * Louise (Weiss) Norton * Karoline (Keller) Weiss * Bert Norton * William Weiss * Genevieve (Rask) Weiss * Arthur Weiss * Theresa (Weiss) Schwartz 606

21 August & Magdalena (Weiss) Vollrath Family 1956 Children: Evelyn, Arnold and Eleanor 1. William and Karoline Weiss' first child, Magdalena Weiss, was born September 22, 1893 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 13, 1912 she married August Vollrath in Morton County, North Dakota. The son of Johann Peter Vollrath and Anne Margaret Baumann, he was born April 21, 1881 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. August died January 19, 1963 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Magdalena (Maggie) died March 22, 1979 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They had three children: Eleanor Vollrath, Evelyn Vollrath and Arnold Vollrath Eleanor Vollrath married Fred Hurmence. Theirs was a childless marriage. To this union Fred brought two children from a previous marriage: Wilma Hurmence and Bernice Hurmence. 607

22 Theodore & Evelyn (Vollrath) Toepke Family 1953 Children: Correen, Westley and Cathleen 1.2. Evelyn Vollrath married Theodore Toepke and had children Westley Toepke, Correen Toepke and Cathleen Toepke Westley Toepke married Carolyn Qualley and had children Cary Toepke, Camy Toepke, Heide Toepke and Lindsay Toepke. Westley later married Debra (Schaffel) Knudson who brought a son Eric Knudson to the union from her previous marriage Correen Toepke married Ross Major and had daughters Amy Major and Stacie Major Cathleen Toepke married Dean Vaupel and had children Jason Vaupel and Bryn Vaupel. Cathleen later married Douglas Mann. 608

23 Ross & Correen (Toepke) Major Family 2001 * Shain Becker * Ross Major * Stacie (Major) Becker * Amy Major * Correen (Toepke) Major Arnold & Dorothy (Knutson) Vollrath Arnold Vollrath married Dorothy Knutson and had children Robert Arnold Vollrath and Kelly Dean Vollrath Robert Vollrath married JoAnn Paulson and had children Jami Vollrath, Julie Vollrath and Bradley Vollrath Kelly Vollrath married Peggy Joe Simenson and had children Kristine Kay Vollrath and James Scott Vollrath. 609

24 Robert & JoAnn (Paulson) Vollrath Family 2004 Rear Seated * JoAnn (Paulson) Vollrath * Jami Vollrath * Robert Vollrath * Bradley Vollrath * Julie Vollrath Kelly & Peggy (Simenson) Vollrath Family 2004 Rear Seated * Peggy )Simenson) Vollrath * Kristine Vollrath * Kelly Vollrath * James Vollrath holding son Taydem 610

25 Arthur & Clara (Weiss) Bahr Family 1945 Rear Seated * Iris Bahr * Arthur Bahr * Mildred Bahr * Clara (Weiss) Bahr * Willard Bahr 2. William and Karoline Weiss' second child, Clara Karoline Friedricke Weiss, was born August 17, 1898 in Morton County, North Dakota. On Jun 18, 1919 she married Arthur Henry Bahr in Morton County, North Dakota. The son of Julius Henry Bahr and Henrietta Amelia Siebenneicher, he was born June 25, 1895 in Falls City, Richardson County, Nebraska. Clara died March 04, 1947 in Morton County, North Dakota. Arthur died December 27, 1976 in Larkspur, Marin County, California. They had three children: Willard Bahr, Mildred Theresa Bahr and Iris Esther Bahr Willard & Enita (Sharff) Bahr

26 Willard & Enita (Sharff) Bahr Family 2001 Standing Seated * Karon (Bahr) Reichert * Enita (Sharff) Bahr * Willard Bahr * Natasha Engleman * Tamara (Johnson) Engleman 2.1. Willard Bahr married Enita Evangeline Sharff and had children Karon Kay Bahr and Gary Willard Bahr Karon Bahr married Marvin Jonason and had a daughter Tamara Jonason Karon Bahr Jonason later married Harvey L. Reichert Gary Bahr married Marilyn Neibauer and had children Shawna Bahr, Tawnya Bahr and Gaylen Bahr 612

27 Harvey & Karon (Bahr) Reichert 1999 Gary & Marilyn (Neibauer) Bahr Family 1980 Rear Front * Marilyn (Neibauer) Bahr * Shawna Bahr * Gary Bahr * Tawnya Bahr * Gaylen Bahr 613

28 Edgar & Mildred (Bahr) Family 2000 Foreground Center Rear * Bryn Elliott * James Elliott * Shaun Freeman * Mildred (Bahr) Elliott * Christopher Freeman * Edgar Elliott * Gail (Lacy) Elliott * Mary (Elliott) Freeman 2.2. Mildred Theresa Bahr married Edgar Franklin Elliott and had children Mary Louise Elliott and James Arthur Elliott Mary Elliott married James Freeman and had sons Christopher Freemen and Shaun Freemen James Elliott married Gail Lacy and had a daughter Bryn Elliott. 614

29 James & Gail (Lacy) Elliott Family 1998 Daughter Bryn James & Mary (Elliott) Freeman Family 1997 Children: Shaun (left) and Christopher (center) 615

30 Peter & Iris (Bahr) Giacotto Family 1993 Foreground Center Rear * Kyle Trosky * Vicki (Giacotto) Hilger * Charles Hilger * Justin Giacotto * Toni (Hilger) Rivera holding * John Rivera John Rivera * Peter Giacotto * Iris (Bahr) Giacotto * Perry Giacotto * Pamela (Giacotto) Hooper holding * John Hooper Zachery Hooper * Nicole Hilger * Rose Mary (Garcia) Giacotto * Elizabeth Garcia 2.3. Iris Esther Bahr married Peter Giacotto and had children Vicki Giacotto, Perry Marin Giacotto and Pamela Marie Giacotto Vicki Giacotto married Charles Hilger and had children Toni Hilger and Nicole Hilger Perry Giacotto married Rose Reyes Garcia and had a son and Justin Giacotto Pamela Giacotto married John Hooper and had children Zachery Hooper, Alyse Hooper and Sophia Hooper. 616

31 Willie Weiss William and Karoline Weiss' third child, William (Willie) Weiss, was born January 31, 1900 and died as a youth in Emma Weiss William and Karoline Weiss' fourth child, Emma Marie Agnes Weiss, was born May 22, 1901 and died as a teenager on June 10,

32 Walter & Ella (Weiss) Purfeerst Family 1948 Sons Roger (left) and Donald (right) 5. William and Karoline Weiss' fifth child, Ella Louise Weiss, was born Jun 3, 1903 in Morton County, North Dakota. On September 27, 1925 in Morton County, North Dakota she married Walter Everett Purfeerst. The son of Harmon Francis Purfeerst and Jennie June Johnson, he was born December 09, 1900 in Kenyon, Goodhue County, Minnesota. Ella died April 08, 1963 in Grand Forks, Grand Forks County, North Dakota. Walter died July 03, 1965 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. They had two children: Roger Duane Purfeerst and (the author of this document) Donald Lee Purfeerst Author's Comment: The ancestral history for Walter Purfeerst s father will be found in the Charles Purfeerst, Rice County, Minnesota family history. The ancestral history for Walter s mother will be found in the Johnson family history and in the Bostwick family history. Those histories are elsewhere in this volume. 618

33 Roger & Patricia (Richter) Purfeerst Family 1974 Children: Katherine Purfeerst and Christopher Purfeerst 5.1. Walter and Ella Purfeerst s first child, Roger Duane Purfeerst married Patricia Gail Richter and had children Christopher Michael Purfeerst and Katherine Kimberly Purfeerst Christopher Purfeerst married Riann Giovacchini Katherine Purfeerst married Jeffrey Pedersen and had a son Roan Pedersen. Christopher Purfeerst 1986 Katherine Purfeerst

34 Christopher & Riann (Giovacchini) Purfeerst Jeffrey & Katherine (Purfeerst) Pedersen - with son Roan

35 Donald & Marion (Brademeyer) Purfeerst Family 1962 Children: Sheryl and Bradley (right) 5.2. Walter and Ella Purfeerst s second child, Donald Lee Purfeerst, married Marion Elizabeth Brademeyer and had children Bradley Allen Purfeerst, Sheryl Monique Purfeerst and Sheila Renee Purfeerst. Donald Purfeerst later married Martha Tanguay. Theirs was a childless marriage. Bradley Allen Purfeerst Sheryl (Purfeerst) Geisler Sheila (Purfeerst) Huber Bradley Allen Purfeerst first married Holly Stauffer and had a son Adam Purfeerst. Bradley later married Karen Frederick Smith and had a daughter Bailey Purfeerst. Karen brought to this union a son Ryan Smith from a previous marriage. 621

36 Donald Lee Purfeerst Descendants Sheryl Purfeerst married Gary Geisler and had sons Brent Geisler and Chad Geisler Sheila Purfeerst married Adam Crawford and had a son James Crawford. Sheila later married Jerry Huber. Theirs was a childless marriage. Adam Bailey Brent Chad James Purfeerst Purfeerst Geisler Geisler Crawford

37 Paul & Theresa (Weiss) Schwartz William and Karoline Weiss sixth child, Theresa Elizabeth Weiss, was born March 25, 1905 in Morton County, North Dakota. On September 11, 1927 she married Paul H. Schwartz Morton County, North Dakota. The son of Herman Schwartz and Lena Truwe, he was born June 20, 1903 in McLeod County, Minnesota. Paul died December 11, 1983 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Theresa died December 26, 1994 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Theirs was a childless marriage. Paul & Theresa (Weiss) Schwartz

38 Harold & Mary (Malone) Weiss Family 1945 Front Rear * Rebecca Weiss * Mary (Malone) Weiss * Michael Weiss * Harold Weiss * Robert Weiss * William Weiss * Gail Weiss 7. William and Karoline Weiss' seventh child, Harold Friedrich Emil Weiss, was born Jun 3, 1907 in Morton County, North Dakota. On April 18, 1930 he married Mary Frances Malone in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. The daughter of Otis Malone and Loretta W. Anthes, she was born June 02, 1906 in Indiana. Harold died March 31, 1972 in San Rafael, Marin County, California. Mary died August 18, 1980 in Greenbrae, Marin County, California. They had five children: William Weiss, Robert Weiss, Rebecca Weiss, Gail Weiss and Michael Weiss William Otis Weiss married Mabel 7.2. Robert Orville Weiss, Sr. married Charlene King and had children Robert Weiss, Jr., Cynthia Jean Weiss, Joni Frances Weiss, Arthur Weiss, Joseph Weiss and John Weiss Robert Weiss, Jr. married Coleen McCaffrey and had a son Mark Weiss Cynthia Jean Weiss married Michael Anglen and had children Sarah Jayne Anglen and Ryna Anglen Arthur Harold Weiss married Christy Simmons and had children Nathan Weiss, Nicholas Weiss and Cody Weiss John Weiss married Krissy Skultety. 624

39 7.3. Rebecca Ann Weiss married Elmer William Anderson and had children William Anderson and Beth Anderson William Anderson married Vera Sachithanantham and had sons Christopher Anderson and Brian Anderson Beth Anderson married Craig Stella and had a son Mario Stella.Beth later married Neal Yoshioka and had a son Kyle Yoshioka Gail Adel Weiss married Harvey W. Hudnall, Jr. and had children Steven Hudnall and Mary Ann Hudnall Steven Hudnall married Theresa Wooley and had children Katie Hudnall and Michael Hudnall Mary Ann Hudnall married Kelly Mitteis and had children Hannah Mitteis and Samuel Mitteis Michael Malone Weiss married Marie Beeman and had children Mylinda Weiss and Melissa Weiss. Michael later married Paula. Gail (Weiss) Hudnall Family Front Rear * Michael Hudnall * Theresa (Wolley) Hudnall * Steven Hudnall * Katie Hudnall * Gail Ann (Weiss) Hudnall * Kelly G. Mitteis * Mary Ann (Hudnall) Mitteis * Samuel Mitteis * Hannah Mitteis 625

40 Robert & Charlene (King) Weiss, Sr. Family 2005 Front (Kneeling) Rear (Standing) * Nicholas Weiss * Charlene (King) Weiss * Mark Weiss * Cody Weiss * Ryan Weiss * Christy (Simmons) Weiss * John Weiss * Arthur Harold Weiss * Krissy (Skultety) Weiss * Cynthia (Weiss) Anglen * Robert Weiss, Jr. * Robert Weiss, Sr. * Joni (Weiss) Alexander 626

41 Rebecca (Weiss) Anderson Family 2006 * Neal Yoshioka * Beth (Anderson) Yoshioka * Jodi (acquaintance of Mario) * Mario Stella * Vera (Sachithanantham) Anderson * Kyle Yoshioka * Brian Anderson * Rebecca (Weiss) Anderson * William Anderson * Jessica (acquaintance of Christopher) * Christopher Anderson 627

42 William & Leona (Wolfinger) Weiss Family 1950 Children: Carol Weiss, Marlys Weiss and Arlene Weiss 8. William and Karoline Weiss' eighth child, William Edward George Weiss, was born Apr 4, 1909 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 18, 1939 he married Leona Arzela Wolfinger in Mandan, Morton County, North Dakota. The daughter of Emile Wolfinger and Olava Endrud, she was born June 19, 1916 in Morton County, North Dakota. William died January 22, 1988 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. Leona died September 29, 1985 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. They had three children: Arlene Louise Weiss, Carol Marie Weiss and Marlys Marie Weiss Arlene Louise Weiss married Robert L. Ansley. Theirs was a childless marriage Carol Marie Weiss married Marvin John Erhardt and had children Michael William Erhardt and Kathryn Marie Erhardt Michael Erhardt married Cheryl Cudworth and had children Morgan Erhardt and Jack Erhardt Kathryn Erhardt married Charles Bauman and had children Myrah Bauman and Josh Bauman Marlys Olivia Weiss married Jonathan Munnell and had children Samuel Barrett Munnell and Christina Rachel Munnell. 628

43 Robert & Arlene (Weiss) Ansley 1980 Marlys (Weiss) Munnell Family Children (rear): Samuel Munnell and Christina Munnell Marvin & Carol (Weiss) Erhardt Family 2005 Left To Right Front Rear * Jack Erhradt * Cheryl (Cudworth) Erhardt * Carol (Weiss) Erhardt * Michael Erhardt * Marvin Erhardt * Kathy (Erhardt) Mauman holding Joshua Bauman * Charles Bauman holding Myrah Bauman 629

44 Herman & Elda (Holle) Weiss Family 1955 Children: Mary Weiss, Corrinne Weiss, Daniel Weiss and David Weiss 9. William and Karoline Weiss' ninth child, Herman Fredrich Albert Weiss, was born November 11, 1910 in Morton County, North Dakota. On October 5, 1947 he married Elda Caroline Holle in Morton County, North Dakota. The daughter of Charles Holle and Frieda Geissler, she was born June 13, 1919 in Morton County, North Dakota. Herman died October 09, 1998 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They had four children: David Charles Weiss, Mary Ellen Weiss, Daniel Brian Weiss and Corrinne Margaret Weiss David Charles Weiss married Deborah Volk and had children Matthew Wayne Weiss, Andrew David Weiss and Nicole Marie Weiss Mary Ellen Weiss married James Reiner and had children Jennifer Caroline Reiner, Molly Ann Reiner and Katherine Corrinne Reiner Daniel Brian Weiss 9.4. Corrinne Margaret Weiss married Tom Allan Fish and had a daughter Lacey Ann Fish. To this union Tom brought two children from a previous marriage: Tyler Fish and Christi Fish. 630

45 David & Deborah (Volk) Weiss Family 1998 Front Rear * Mathew Weiss * Craig Weiss * Nicole Weiss * David Weiss * Andrew Weiss * Deborah (Volk) Weiss James & Mary (Weiss) Reiner Family 1999 Front Center Rear * Katherine Reiner * Mary (Weiss) Reiner * Molly Reiner * Jennifer Reiner * James Reiner 631

46 Thomas & Corrinne (Weiss) Fish 1998 Front Rear * Lacey Fish * Christi Fish * Corrine (Weiss) Fish * Tom Fish * Tyler Fish 632

47 Arthur & Genevieve (Rask) Weiss Family 1961 Children: Arlon and Carlene 10.William and Karoline Weiss tenth child, Arthur Henry Gustaf Weiss, was born May 31, 1914 in Morton County, North Dakota. On November 16, 1914 he married Genevieve Isabelle Rask in Morton County, North Dakota. The daughter of Carl Rask and Anna Smeder, she was born April 18, 1921 in Morton County, North Dakota. Arthur died July 14, 2004 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota. They had two children: Arlon Arthur Weiss and Carlene Mavis Weiss Arlon Arthur Weiss married Arlene Marie Kuhn and had children Arthur A. Weiss, Allen R. Weiss, Angela Weiss and Adam Weiss Arthur A. Weiss married Vicky Wetzel Allen Weiss married Peggy Berry and had children Jaden Weiss and Allie Weiss Adam Weiss married Penny Kuntz and had children Brandi Weiss and Katelyn Weiss Carlene Mavis Weiss married Jerry Lou Just and had children Charlotte Carlene Just, Candi Joy Just, James Jerry Just and Joel Michael Just Charlotte Just married Mitchell Erhardt and had children Patricia Erhardt and Travis Erhardt Candi Just married Stuart Layne Glass and had children Brooke Glass and Seth Glass James Just married Rebecca Jo Kuether and had children Taylor Just and Kennedy Just Joel Just married Kristen Mosbrucker and had children Bradyn Just and Brycen Just. 633

48 Arlon & Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss Family 2005 Front Rear * Allie Weiss * Allen Weiss * Jaden Weiss * Peggy (Berry) Weiss * Arlene (Kuhn) Weiss * Arthur Weiss * Arlon Weiss * Vicky (Wetzel) Weiss * Brandy Weiss * Angie Weiss * Katelyn Weiss * Tom Henke (Angie s Fiancé) * Penny (Kunze) Weiss * Adam Weiss 634

49 Jerry & Carlene (Weiss) Just Family 2002 Foreground Second Row (seated) * Joel Just holding Brycen Just * Carlene (Weiss) Just * Kristen (Mosbrucker) Just holding * Jerry Just holding Bradyn Just Emily Just Third Row Fourth Row * Rebecca (Kuether) Just holding * James Just Kennedy Just with Taylor Just * Charlotte (Just) Erhardt standing at her feet. * Mitchell Erhardt * Patricia Erhardt * Travis Erhardt * Candi (Just) Glass * Stuart Glass holding Brooke Glass 635

50 William & Eileen (Weiss) Gaebe Family William and Karoline Weiss's eleventh child, Eileen Evelyn Adelaide Weiss, was born May 11, 1917 in Morton County, North Dakota. On June 23, 1940 she married William Frank Gaebe in Morton County, North Dakota. The son of Frank C. Gaebe and Helen Christiansen, he was born January 17, 1918 in Morton County, North Dakota. William died Jul9 9, 2006 in New salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They had a son Kenneth Gaebe Kenneth Gaebe married Leslie Anne Heard and had children Scott Kenneth Gaebe and Kate Eileen Gaebe. William & Eileen (Weiss) Gaebe Family 2002 Front Center Rear * William Gaebe * Eileen (Weiss) Gaebe * Scott Gaebe * Kate Gaebe * Leslie (Heard) Gaebe * Kenneth Gaebe 636

51 Bert & Louise (Weiss) Norton Family 1961 Children: Keith and Patricia 11. William and Karoline Weiss's twelfth child, Louise Loretta Emma Weiss, was born January 1, 1920 in Morton County, North Dakota. On January 28, 1942 she married Bert Norton in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. The son of Harley B. Norton and Emma Zarndt, he was born May 07, 1916 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. Bert died May 15, 2000 in New Salem, Morton County, North Dakota. They had two children: Patricia Lynn Norton and Keith Wayne Norton Patricia Lynn Norton married Norman Toman and had children Rebecca Louise Toman, Brett Patrick Toman and Tara Diane Toman Rebecca Toman married Henry Gerving and had a son Brandon Gerving. Rebecca later married Robert Ritter and had children Tasha Ritter, Clark Ritter, Katie Ritter and Hannah Ritter Bret Toman married Kristina Elizabeth Sutton and had children Isaac Emil Toman, Elizabeth Toman and Samuel Toman Tara Toman married Joe Sanchez and had a daughter Gabrielle Sanchez Keith Wayne Norton married Diane LaVonne Heid and had children Karen Diane Norton, Wendy Kay Norton and Julie Denise Norton Karen Norton married Darcy Becker and had children Ashley Kay Becker, Jennifer Marie Becker, Logan John Becker and Levi Anthony Becker Julie Norton married Jeff Vyska and had children Brian Keith Vyska and Alex Michael Vyska. 637

52 Norman & Patricia (Norton) Toman Family 2002 Front (youths) Rear (adults) * Branson Ritter * Brandon Gerving * Tasha Marie Ritter * Rebecca Louise (Toman) Ritter * Clark Allen Ritter, Jr. * Robert Ritter * Hannah Ritter * Norman Toman * Katie Ritter * Tara (Toman) Sanchez * Joe Sanchez * Patricia (Norton) Toman * Bret Toman * Tina (Sutton) Toman 638

53 Keith & Diane (Heid) Norton Family 2000 * Keith Norton * Diane (Heid) Norton * Julie (Norton) Vyska * Jeff Vyska * Karen(Norton) Becker holding Jennifer Becker with Ashley Becker in front * Darcy Becker 639

54 James & Loretta (Weiss) Daniels Family 1957 Children: Jeffrey Daniels, Jerald Daniels and Jon Daniels 12. William and Karoline Weiss's thirteenth child, Alta Loretta Wilhelmina Weiss, was born January 28, 1922 in Morton County, North Dakota. On December 15, 1945 she married James Andrews Daniels, Sr. in St Louis, Missouri. The son of James Absalom Daniels and Elsie Jones, he was born September 29, 1906 in St Louis, Missouri. They had three children: Jon Allen Daniels, Jerald Bruce Daniels, and Jeffrey Daniels Jon Allen Daniels married Margaret Cermak. Theirs was a childless marriage Jerald Bruce Daniels married Mary Jane Meara and had children Rose Daniels and Joseph Daniels Jeffrey Daniels married Mary Meath and had children Jeffrey Daniels, Jason Daniels, Jessica Daniels and Jonathan Daniels. 640

55 Jon & Marge (Cermak) Daniels Jerald & Mary Jane (Meara) Daniels Family 2005 Rose Daniels, Mary Jane (Meara) Daniels, Jerald Daniels and Joseph Daniels 641

56 Jeffrey & Mary (Meath) Daniels Children with Loretta (Weiss) Daniels 2006 * Jonathan Daniels * Jason Daniels * Loretta (Weiss) Daniels * Jessica Daniels * Jeffrey Daniels, Jr. 642

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