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Thomas Daley

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Joan Marie Olmsted

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Michael James Hohensee

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Gerald Tom Plumb

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Carrie Frances Hauser

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Daniel Joseph Olmsted

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Family: Christine Mary Fischer (b. July 2, 1961, d. December 7, 2017)

Christine Mary Fischer

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Biography

  • Birth: Christine Mary Fischer was born on July 2, 1961 in New London, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on December 7, 2017, at age 56.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Mary Cemetery, Bear Creek, Wisconsin.

James Anthony Olmsted

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Jennifer Lynn Huebner

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Jerald John Olmsted

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Family 2: Lisa M Huebner

Jennifer Lea Carmody

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Lisa M Huebner

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Mark D Olmsted

M, b. circa 1957, d. December 16, 1959

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Biography

  • Birth: Mark D Olmsted was born circa 1957.
  • Death: He died on December 16, 1959.

Olivia Ambrose

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Delaney Ambrose

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Ellen May Stanelle

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Floyd Henry Hawkins

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Linda Stanelle

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Doris J Stanelle

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Lloyd D Stanelle

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Glenn J Stanelle

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Kelly J Stanelle

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Matthew P Labrec

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August Zietlow

M, b. November 7, 1837, d. February 17, 1914

Family: Henrietta Schubring (b. August 7, 1830, d. March 8, 1928)

Biography

  • Birth: August Zietlow was born on November 7, 1837.
  • Marriage: He and Henrietta Schubring were married.
  • Death: August Zietlow died on February 17, 1914, at age 76.
  • Note: Aug. Zietlow, whose death we recorded last week, had attained the age of 76 years. He was born in Germany coming to America in 1869 with his family and settling in Forest Jct., where he has since resided. He was a member of the Evang. Zion's congregation. He was married in 1862 in Germany but his wife died a few years later and in 1869 he was married to a widow with six children, Mrs. John Milke, who now survived him. By the first wife there were four children of whom two, Albert Zietlow of Fond du Lac and Mrs. Albert Klemp are living. Three children blessed the second union and these are Mrs. Lyman Stanell, Mrs. Emil Dickvoss and Mrs. Albert Haberman all of Forest Jct. The children of the second wife by her first husband are Mrs. August Polez of Black Creek, Fred Milke, Mrs. Otto Guse and Aug. Milke of Forest Jct., Chas. Milke and Mrs. Aug. Sachse of Seymour. The funeral will held at Forest Jct on Feb. 21, Rev. Koten conducting the funeral services.

Henrietta Schubring

F, b. August 7, 1830, d. March 8, 1928

Family 1: Johann Mielke (b. January 6, 1828, d. June 3, 1969)

Family 2: August Zietlow (b. November 7, 1837, d. February 17, 1914)

Biography

  • Birth: Henrietta Schubring was born on August 7, 1830.
  • Marriage: She and August Zietlow were married.
  • Marriage: Henrietta Schubring and Johann Mielke were married.
  • Death: Henrietta Schubring died on March 8, 1928, at age 97.
  • Note: With many relatives from far and near in attendance to pay their last respects to the aged pioneer, funeral services for Mrs. Aug. Zietlow were held at the Evangelical church Sunday afternoon. Burial took place in the cemetery which marks the former location of the first church building of the local Evangelical congregation, of which the decedent had been a charter member.

    Beginning April 7, 1830 ending last Thursday, March 8, Mrs. Zietlow’s career extended over a period of nearly 98 years. The first 31 years of her life were spent in the vicinity of her birthplace near Neustettin in Germany, where she was married to John Mielke. The family consisting of husband, wife and three children migrated to America in 1861. Landing in Quebec, Canada, and expressing a desire to locate where there were abundant employment opportunities, they were directed to Waukesha county, Wisconsin, where in the Welsh farming community near Genesee Depot, they settled and lived for five years.

    In the fall of 1866, they came to the town of Brillion, establishing a new home on the present Elmer Broehm farm two miles southwest of the present village. In June 1869, Mrs. Mielke was killed by a falling tree while clearing land, his widow being married late in the same year to Aug. Zietlow from town Rockland.
    When many years later, a son-in-law, Albert Haberland took possession of the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Zietlow made their home at the Emil Diekvoss place, where Mr. Zietlow preceded him wife in death in 1914.

    Children surviving from the first marriage are Mrs. Otto Guse and Fred and Aug Mielke here, and Mrs. Aug, Sachs and Chas Mielkle of Seymour. From the second marriage there are Mrs. Layman Stanelle and Mrs. Emil Diekvoss, here, and Mrs. Albert Haberland, Appleton. Besides a stepson, Albert Zietlow, Brandon, there also survive 56 grandchildren, 71 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. Of the family in Germany, of which Mrs. Zietlow was one of three who came to America and later to the town of Brillion simultaneously, there now remains only one brother, Carl Schubring, residing here in this 93 years; the other sister of the trio, Mrs. Aug Huebner, Sr., died here several years ago.
    Brillion News – March 16, 1928.