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Henry L Evans

M, b. May 28, 1913, d. December 21, 1944

Parents

Family: Irene Westbury (b. March 1, 1910, d. November 2, 1998)

Biography

  • Birth: Henry L Evans was born on May 28, 1913 in Missouri.
  • Divorce: He and Irene Westbury were divorced.
  • Marriage: Henry L Evans and Irene Westbury were married on September 18, 1935.
  • Death: Henry L Evans died on December 21, 1944, at age 31, in WWII.

Irene Westbury

F, b. March 1, 1910, d. November 2, 1998

Parents

Family: Henry L Evans (b. May 28, 1913, d. December 21, 1944)

Biography

  • Birth: Irene Westbury was born on March 1, 1910.
  • Divorce: She and Henry L Evans were divorced.
  • Marriage: Irene Westbury and Henry L Evans were married on September 18, 1935.
  • Death: Irene Westbury died on November 2, 1998, at age 88.
  • Note: In November of 1998 my Great grandmother Irene Evans passed away at the age of 88. After her death, my Great Uncle David started looking into their past to try to find some answers about his father he knew ver little about. David and my Grandma Rendall lost their father when they were very young and don't remember him at all. Their mother, Irene, was very bitter about it and woudn't tell the kids anything about him. What she did tell them was that he was killed in Europe during the war. He was riding in an Army jeep when it got hit by a train and he was killed. That's all they know all the while they were growing up without a father. Irene never remarried or would talk about her husband.
    After she died, David found out that Irene and his father had been divorced. Back in those days, divorce was very uncommon and it was a very bad thing. Their dad did actually die in Europe but not before he had remarried another lady and had at least one more child. David began to look for these other children who would be his half-siblings.
    In 2002 he found one of them. David travelled to St. Louis, Missouri to meet his half-brother Tom Evans. David even got to see his father's tomb and meet his father's brother. In the summer of 2002 Tom and his wife Linda came here to Wisconsin to meet the rest of our family. It was so amazing meeting Tom. We had a great time getting to know him and he has come back every year since, to visit. Someday I hope I can go to St. Louis to meet their kids and the rest of my family. Tom is a wonderful man and it is amazing how much alike Tom and David are. They have the same sense of humor. It was interesting to hear how much Tom;s mother and my grandma were alike.
    We are unsure if there are any more half siblings but Uncle David won't stop looking. Their father died when Tom was 5 years old. He says he remembers being at his funeral.
    Thomas Sanderfoot, 2007.

Nora Rainey

F, b. 1877, d. 1918

Family: Walter Walter Evans (b. 1870, d. October 11, 1946)

Biography

  • Birth: Nora Rainey was born in 1877.
  • Marriage: She and Walter Walter Evans were married on June 6, 1896 in Arkansas.
  • Death: Nora Rainey died in 1918, at age ~41.

Willard A Westbury

M, b. 1875, d. February 3, 1949

Parents

Family: Ida Irene Culp (b. 1875, d. March 16, 1944)

Biography

  • Birth: Willard A Westbury was born in 1875.
  • Marriage: He and Ida Irene Culp were married on September 28, 1898 in Lesueur Center, LeSueur Co, Minnesota.
  • Death: Willard A Westbury died on February 3, 1949, at age ~74.

Ida Irene Culp

F, b. 1875, d. March 16, 1944

Parents

Family: Willard A Westbury (b. 1875, d. February 3, 1949)

Biography

  • Birth: Ida Irene Culp was born in 1875.
  • Marriage: She and Willard A Westbury were married on September 28, 1898 in Lesueur Center, LeSueur Co, Minnesota.
  • Death: Ida Irene Culp died on March 16, 1944, at age ~69.

Leo Borski

M, b. April 10, 1885, d. October 7, 1950

Parents

Family: Helen Wayerski (b. June 27, 1888, d. January 1, 1961)

Biography

  • Birth: Leo Borski was born on April 10, 1885 in Oshkosh, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Helen Wayerski were married on October 2, 1907 in Junction City, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Leo Borski died on October 7, 1950, at age 65, in Junction City, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Monday, October 9, 1950 Wisconsin Rapids (WIS.) Daily Tribune Article/Obituary

    Fatally Stricken At Wedding Dance of Granddaughter

    Junction City - Leo Borski, 65, town of Eau Pleine, died at 10 p.m. Saturday when stricken with a heart attack while attending the wedding dance of his granddaughter at Mid-Town Hall in Junction City. He had been a resident of the township for 47 years, served as constable for six years and was serving his eighth year as town supervisor.

    Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church with the Rev. Joseph Schulist officiating. Burial is to take place in the parish cemetery.

    Mr. Borski was born in Oshkosh on April 10, 1885, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Borski, and married Ellen Wayerski at Junction City on October 2, 1907.

    He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. B. B. Hicks, Stevens Point; Kay Borski, Chicago; Mrs. Anna Heitzinger and Mrs. Victor Lesavich, Junction City; Mrs. John Mallek and Mrs. Art Kulosa; Milwaukee; two sons, Val, Chicago, and Michael, at home; one brother, Frank, Stevens Point; two sisters, Mrs. Paul Okray and Mrs. Agnes Shilka, Stevens Point; 21 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

    Prayers will be said at 8 o'clock tonight at the Martens Funeral Home.

Helen Wayerski

F, b. June 27, 1888, d. January 1, 1961

Parents

Family: Leo Borski (b. April 10, 1885, d. October 7, 1950)

Biography

  • Birth: Helen Wayerski was born on June 27, 1888 in Junction City, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Leo Borski were married on October 2, 1907 in Junction City, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Helen Wayerski died on January 1, 1961, at age 72, in Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois.
  • Note: Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County Tuesday, January 3, 1961

    Mrs. Helen Borski

    A former Town of Eau Pleine resident, Mrs. Helen Borski, 72, died at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in a Chicago hospital, following a heart attack.

    Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Junction City, with the Rev. Ernest Kaim officiating, and burial will take place in the spring in the parish cemetery.

    Friends may call at the Martens Funeral Home in Junction City. St. Michael's Rosary Society, of which Mrs. Borski was a member, will say the rosary tonight at 8, and a general rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 8.

    Mrs. Borski was born in Eau Pleine on July 27, 1888, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Wayerski. Her marriage to Leo Borski took place in Junction City on Oct. 2, 1907. The couple resided in Eau Pleine until Mr. Borski's death in October 1950. Shortly afterward, Mrs. Borski moved to Chicago, where she lived with a son, Val.

    She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Steve (Regina) Okoneski and Mrs. Ann Heitzinger, Stevens Point, Mrs. Victor (Cecilia) Lesavich, Milladore, Miss Kay Borski and Mrs. Art (Bernice) Kulosa, Chicago, and Mrs. John (Dorothy) Mallek, Junction City; two sons, Val and Mike Borski, Chicago; two-half sisters, Mrs. Martha Wilke, Port Edwards, and Miss Pauline Mazer, Wausau; 28 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren.

    Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County Friday, January 6, 1961

    Services For Mrs. Borski

    The Rev. Ernest Kaim conducted funeral services at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Junction City Thursday for Mrs. Helen Borski, 72, Chicago.

    A former Town of Eau Pleine resident, Mrs. Borski died Sunday.

    Burial will take place in St. Michael's Cemetery in the spring.

    Pallbearers were Robert Heitzinger, Leon Hicks, Gerald Hicks, William Mallek, Raymond Mallek and Louis Heitzinger. All are grandsons of Mrs. Borski.

    Attending the services were relatives and friends from Chicago, Waukegan, Ill., Stevens Point, Wausau, Port Edwards, Dancy, Junction City, Milladore, Nekoosa, Wisconsin Rapids, Schofield, Deerfield, Ill., and Michigan.

Valentine Borski

M, b. May 27, 1846, d. January 15, 1935

Family: Rozalia Hinz (b. 1851, d. August 4, 1921)

  • Leo Borski (b. April 10, 1885, d. October 7, 1950)

Biography

  • Birth: Valentine Borski was born on May 27, 1846 in Zukwa, Poland.
  • Marriage: He and Rozalia Hinz were married on November 9, 1873 in Poland.
  • Death: Valentine Borski died on January 15, 1935, at age 88, in Stevens Point, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County Wednesday, January 16, 1935

    Valentine Borski

    Valentine Borski, a resident of Portage county for many years died Tuesday noon at 12:15 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Shilke, 525 Water St. He had been in poor health for three years and confined to bed for the past two years.

    Mr. Borski was born in Poland on May 27, 1846. His marriage to Miss Rosalia Hinz took place on November 9, 1878. The couple came to the United States eight years after their marriage and located at Oshkosh. Five years later the family came to Portage county to a farm in the town of Eau Pleine where they continued to live with the exception of five years which they spent in Chicago. Mrs. Borski died on August 4, 1921.

    Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Paul Okray of the town of Carson and Mrs. Shilke; two sons, Leon and Frank Borski of Junction City, and 29 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. A daughter died in infancy.

    Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Peter's church. Rev. Julius Chylinski will officiate and the body will be placed in the Prais receiving vault. Burial will take place in the spring in St. Peter's cemetery beside his wife.

    The body is at the Prais funeral home where it will be until Thursday afternoon. It will then be removed to the Shilke home on Water Street, where it will be until the time of the funeral and where the rosary will be said Thursday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock.

    Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County Monday, January 21, 1935

    Funeral of Mr. Borski

    Funeral services for Valentine Borski, who died Tuesday noon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Shilke, 525 Water street, were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Peter's church. Rev. Joseph Tomczyk officiated at a requiem high mass and interment took place in St. Peter's cemetery beside his wife.

    The pallbearers were Paul Shilke, August Borski, Alois Okray, Jacob Borski, Emil Belke and Joseph Borski.

    Relatives and friends from out of town who came for the funeral included Frank Niesbrella and John Wendt of Chicago and Mrs. Agnes Gelule of Memphis, Tennessee.

Rozalia Hinz

F, b. 1851, d. August 4, 1921

Family: Valentine Borski (b. May 27, 1846, d. January 15, 1935)

  • Leo Borski (b. April 10, 1885, d. October 7, 1950)

Biography

  • Birth: Rozalia Hinz was born in 1851 in Poland.
  • Marriage: She and Valentine Borski were married on November 9, 1873 in Poland.
  • Death: Rozalia Hinz died on August 4, 1921, at age ~70, in Stevens Point, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County August 5, 1921

    Spinning Wool at Her Home, Local Woman Drops Dead

    Sitting in a room at her home at 536 Water Street Thursday afternoon Mrs. Valentine Borski was spinning wool on an old fashioned spinning wheel. Suddenly she pitched forward to the floor. When relatives in the home came to her assistance she was dead. A comb which she used in spinning wool, was in her hand.

    Mrs. Borski was born in German Poland 68 years ago. In 1873 she was married to Valentine Borski in German Poland, and 11 years later they moved to the United States, coming directly to Oshkosh, after they arrived in this country. After six years in Oshkosh they moved to Junction City, and after a residence of 15 years at Junction City, they came to Stevens Point, where they have since lived.

    Mrs. Borski is survived by her husband and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Jacob Shilke, city; Mrs. Paul Okray, Carson; Leo Borski, Junction City; Frank Borski, Wakefield, MN. There also remains one sister, Mrs. Julian Niesbrilla, Chicago, and two brothers, Paul Hintz, Oshkosh; and Joseph Hintz, Detroit, Michigan.

    The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Peter's church, Rev. S. A. Elbert officiating, burial following in St. Peter's cemetery. The deceased was a member of the Holy Rosary society of St. Michael's church at Junction City.


    Stevens Point Daily Journal Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County August 6, 1921

    Mrs. Borski Buried

    The funeral of Mrs. Valentine Borski, 536 Water St., was held at 8 o'clock this morning at St. Peter's Church Rev. S. A. Elbert officiating and burial following in St. Peter's cemetery.

    The pallbearers were Jacob and Joseph Borski, nephews, Joseph Dix, John Knich, Louis Okray, and Frank Pleet.

John Wayerski

M, b. November 2, 1847, d. February 24, 1922

Parents

Family: Constance Lovinski (b. November 22, 1845, d. March 1, 1941)

Biography

  • Birth: John Wayerski was born on November 2, 1847 in Poland.
  • Marriage: He and Constance Lovinski were married in Poland.
  • Death: John Wayerski died on February 24, 1922, at age 74, in Junction City, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: John Wayerski was born November 2, 1847 probably in Poznan, Poland/ Posen, Germany. He emigrated to America in 1881 (according to information given to the 1900 Federal Census). He was first noted in the 1885 census for Carson Township, WI, Portage County. This census lists one son and four daughters, two of these children having been born in the United States, three in Germany. Frank and Mary were born in Poznan/Posen, Martha was born in Junction City, WI in March of that year. The other two children mentioned were probably from Constancya's previous marriages to Martin Sczygelski and Valentine Mazor.

    The 1895 census for the same Township shows the family with four sons and six daughters. Since John and Constancya both had previous marriages, it is hard to tell which children were from which marriage. In the 1900 census for Eau Pleine Township, WI, Portage County, John and Constancya both said they were married for 30 years. It may well be that each married in 1870 for the first time, but these 30 years were probably not meant as the duration of their marriage to each other. This same census shows that John Wayerski came to America in 1881 and that Constancya arrived in 1873. The arrival date of 1873 for Constancya is confirmed by her death certificate, which says she had been in the United States for 67 years at the time of her death in 1941.

    The informant for the data on his death certificate was Joseph Mazer, a son by his wife's first marriage to Martin Sczygelski.

Constance Lovinski

F, b. November 22, 1845, d. March 1, 1941

Parents

Family: John Wayerski (b. November 2, 1847, d. February 24, 1922)

Biography

  • Birth: Constance Lovinski was born on November 22, 1845 in Poland.
  • Marriage: She and John Wayerski were married in Poland.
  • Death: Constance Lovinski died on March 1, 1941, at age 95, in Stevens Point, Portage Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: First name was probably spelled "Constancya" in early years. The surname appears as "Lovinski", "Lawinski" and sometimes "Lowinski". Arrived in America (Milwaukee) with first husband Martin Sczygelski in 1873. Children Albert, Joseph, and Stella Sczygelski took the name of Mazer (adopted) after their mother's marriage to Valentine Mazer. There are death records for Albert and Joseph Mazer in Portage County, WI.

    Source: Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Portage County - Monday, November 28, 1938 Celebrates 93rd Birthday

    Mrs. Constance Wayerski of Junction City enjoyed a gala occasion last Tuesday afternoon, when a party was held at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Victor Lesavich, in honor of her 93rd birthday. Sixteen friends brought a bountiful lunch with them, including a candle lighted cake, and also presented her with a purse of money.

    Mrs. Wayerski, who is affectionately known as "Grandma" to everyone in the village, was born November 22, 1845, in Germany. Her maiden name was Constance Lowinski. She was married to Martin Stygielski in 1870, and after their son, Joseph, was born, the three came to the United States in 1873. They made the trip on a vessel called "Whitehill", which crossed the ocean on its second voyage, leaving Germany on March 1.

    They arrived in Dunkirk, New York March 19, and after staying there several months they came west to Stevens Point. Their son, Albert, was born here, and Mr. Stygielski died here in 1876. Two years later she married William Mazor of Stevens Point. Two of the five children born to them are still living, Mrs. James Kotas and Pauline Mazor of Milwaukee. Mr. Mazor died in March 1887, and in the following July she married John Wayerski of Junction City, moving to a farm a short distance from the village. They were the parents of one daughter, Helen, who is now Mrs. Leo Borski of Junction City. In 1915 they sold their farm and purchased a little home in the village, where "Grandma" still lives. Mr. Wayerski died in 1922.

    Living alone, "Grandma" does all her own work, splits her kindling, carries in her wood and tends a large garden full of fruits and vegetables. Last year she even spaded an additional large plot of ground where she planted potatoes. She not only has all the vegetables and flowers for her own use, but is generous with them among friends.

    "Grandma" has 21 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

    Obituary for Constance Wayerski Stevens Point (WI) Daily Journal, 3 March 1941

    Mrs. Constance Wayerski

    Junction City's oldest resident is dead. Mrs. Constance Wayerski, age 95, known to her friends as "Grandma", died Saturday night at 10:30 o'clock at St. Michael's Hospital in Stevens Point.

    In spite of her advanced years, Mrs. Wayerski lived alone in her little home in Junction City and cared for herself. She was on her way to a neighbor's home across the street when she slipped on the ice in her yard and fell. She broke her hip and was removed to the hospital by ambulance. She had made several trips to the post office, which is four or five blocks from her home, earlier in the day.

    A native of Poland, Mrs. Wayerski, was born on November 22, 1845, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Lovinski. She was married in her native land to Martin Sczygelski and the couple came to this country in 1873. Mr. Sczygelski died six years after their marriage. They were the parents of three children, Joe, Albert, and Stella, all of whom preceded their mother in death.

    She was later married to Valentine Mazor, who died nine years after their marriage. They were the parents of three children, Mary, Frances, and Pauline. Miss Pauline Mazor is the only surviving child of this marriage. Mrs. James Kotas, the former Mary Mazor, died last January.

    She was subsequently married to John Wayerski, who preceded his wife in death 19 years ago. They were parents of a daughter, Mrs. Leo (Helen) Borski of Eau Pleine.

    After coming to this country, Mrs. Wayerski had lived at Milwaukee for a time, later coming to Stevens Point, and then relocating in the Junction City vicinity. She first lived on a farm in the town of Eau Pleine, later settling in Junction City.

    Surviving are the two daughters, Miss Pauline Mazor of Milwaukee and Mrs. Leo Borski of Eau Pleine, 24 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. A nephew, John Vichinski of Wisconsin Rapids, WI, died Saturday night and his funeral will be held at the same day and hour as that of Mrs. Wayerski.

    Funeral services for Mrs. Wayerski will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Junction City. Burial will take place in the spring in the parish cemetery. The body is at Martens funeral home in Junction City where it will be until the time of the funeral.

    Mrs. Wayerski was a member of the Rosary society of St. Michael's church.

    Stevens Point Daily Journal, 7 March 1941

    Funeral of Mrs. Wayerski

    Funeral services for Mrs. Constance Wayerski, Junctions City's oldest resident, who died last Saturday night, were held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic church in Junction City, Rev. F. A. Marmurowicz officiated. Burial will take place in the spring in the parish cemetery.

    The pallbearers were Joe, Frank and Peter Kosloski and Mike, Jake, and Frank Wayerski. Many relatives and friends attended the services and showed the esteem "Grandma" Wayerski was held in the community in which she had lived for many years. Those from away included Miss Kathryn Borski of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John Wi-z of Nekoosa; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berlik of Schofield; Miss Pauline Mazor and Norbert Kotas of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nemke and daughter Patsy, and Mrs. John Nemke of Schofield.

Paul Wayerski

M, b. circa 1820

Family: Kathyrine Arendt (b. circa 1820)

Biography

  • Birth: Paul Wayerski was born circa 1820 in Poland.

Kathyrine Arendt

F, b. circa 1820

Family: Paul Wayerski (b. circa 1820)

Biography

  • Birth: Kathyrine Arendt was born circa 1820 in Germany.

Valentine Lovinski

M, b. circa 1815

Family: Ludiwika Rosmerski (b. circa 1815)

Biography

  • Birth: Valentine Lovinski was born circa 1815.

Ludiwika Rosmerski

F, b. circa 1815

Family: Valentine Lovinski (b. circa 1815)

Biography

  • Birth: Ludiwika Rosmerski was born circa 1815.

Mathias Schaffer

M, b. September 18, 1877, d. December 19, 1946

Parents

Family: Mary Knier (b. March 25, 1880, d. September 26, 1958)

Biography

  • Birth: Mathias Schaffer was born on September 18, 1877 in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Mary Knier were married on April 8, 1902 in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Mathias Schaffer died on December 19, 1946, at age 69, in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.

Mary Knier

F, b. March 25, 1880, d. September 26, 1958

Parents

Family: Mathias Schaffer (b. September 18, 1877, d. December 19, 1946)

Biography

  • Birth: Mary Knier was born on March 25, 1880 in Calumet County, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Mathias Schaffer were married on April 8, 1902 in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Mary Knier died on September 26, 1958, at age 78, in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Mary Cemetery, Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.

John Michael Schaffer

M, b. July 4, 1837, d. December 18, 1918

Parents

Family: Fredricka Peters (b. August 4, 1846, d. November 26, 1885)

Biography

  • Birth: John Michael Schaffer was born on July 4, 1837 in Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Marriage: He and Fredricka Peters were married on December 2, 1865 in Fond du Lac, Fond du lac Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: John Michael Schaffer died on December 18, 1918, at age 81, in Hilbert, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.

Fredricka Peters

F, b. August 4, 1846, d. November 26, 1885

Family: John Michael Schaffer (b. July 4, 1837, d. December 18, 1918)

Biography

  • Birth: Fredricka Peters was born on August 4, 1846 in Taycheedah, Fond du Lac Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and John Michael Schaffer were married on December 2, 1865 in Fond du Lac, Fond du lac Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Fredricka Peters died on November 26, 1885, at age 39, in St John, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.

Johann Schaffer

M, b. January 7, 1788

Parents

Family: Anna Feltner (b. November 27, 1801, d. November 27, 1842)

Biography

  • Birth: Johann Schaffer was born on January 7, 1788 in Langscheid, Germany.
  • Marriage: He and Anna Feltner were married on August 22, 1836 in Langscheid, Germany.

Anna Feltner

F, b. November 27, 1801, d. November 27, 1842

Parents

Family: Johann Schaffer (b. January 7, 1788)

Biography

  • Birth: Anna Feltner was born on November 27, 1801 in Jammeshofen, Kaltenborn, Germany.
  • Marriage: She and Johann Schaffer were married on August 22, 1836 in Langscheid, Germany.
  • Death: Anna Feltner died on November 27, 1842, at age 41, in Langscheid, Germany.

Moritz Schaefer

M, b. circa 1760

Family: Maria Catharina Pung (b. circa 1760)

Biography

  • Birth: Moritz Schaefer was born circa 1760 in Germany.

Maria Catharina Pung

F, b. circa 1760

Family: Moritz Schaefer (b. circa 1760)

Biography

  • Birth: Maria Catharina Pung was born circa 1760 in Germany.

Valerius Feltner

M, b. circa 1755, d. January 25, 1828

Parents

Family: Appolonia Thelen (b. circa 1755, d. May 13, 1808)

Biography

  • Birth: Valerius Feltner was born circa 1755 in Germany.
  • Death: He died on January 25, 1828 in Germany.

Appolonia Thelen

F, b. circa 1755, d. May 13, 1808

Parents

Family: Valerius Feltner (b. circa 1755, d. January 25, 1828)

Biography

  • Birth: Appolonia Thelen was born circa 1755 in Germany.
  • Death: She died on May 13, 1808.