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Familien des Ehepaares
Clara Cecilia Nehls (1864-1922)
Fremont E. Gottsleben (1857-1907)
 

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Familie Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls (1768 -)
Friedrich Johann Christian Nehls, Enkel von Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls, wanderte 1859 von Mecklenburg in die USA aus. Clara Cecilia Nehls, die 1881 Fremont E. Gottsleben heiratete, wurde 1864 in Iron Ridge (Dodge County, Wisconsin) geboren.

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Familie Gottsleben (1747 -)
Anton Hermann Gottsleben, Vater von Fremont E. Gottsleben, nahm - aus Moritzberg/Hildesheim kommend -  am 2. Juni 1846 in Bremen das Schiff Copernicus und reiste als privilegierter Kabinen-Passagier (Captain Passenger No. 174 ) nach Amerika. Ziel war der Hafen von Baltimore (District of Baltimore, Port of Baltimore). Fremont E. Gottsleben wurde 1856 in West Bend (Washington County, Wisconsin) geboren, sein Großvater war der
Moritzberger Amtsvogt und Ortsvorsteher Franz Joseph Christoph Gottsleben (1777-1860). - Quellen: "Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild (= ISTG; Vol. 4, Ship Copernicus)" und "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f."

Familie

Carl Hinrich Friedrich NEHLS
(Stammliste)


0.1
NEHLS Carl Hinrich Friedrich
* 14.02.1768 Kirch Kogel

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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SOLTWEDEL Maria Elizabeth
* 06.03.1761 Sehldorf

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Nehls Gottfried Jacob Christian 53Jhr 3Wo * 28.04.1792 Klein Upahl † 24.05.1845 Lohmen > 1.1

Generation 1


1.1
NEHLS Gottfried Jacob Christian 53Jhr 3Wo Schuster (Shoemaker) < 0.1
* 28.04.1792 Klein Upahl † 24.05.1845 Lohmen
Eltern: Nehls Carl Hinrich Friedrich , Soltwedel Maria Elizabeth

Gottfried died of too much brandy. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 26.11.1825 Lohmen
WUNRAU Sophia Maria

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Nehls Sophia Maria Hanna * 21.04.1826 Klein Upahl > 2.1
2. Nehls Hanna Sophia Maria * 17.01.1828 Klein Upahl † 19.09.1828 Klein Upahl
3. Nehls Friedrich Johann Christian * 22.08.1829 Klein Upahl † 04.09.1879 Lomira > 2.2
4. Nehls Dorothea Maria Friederica * 29.12.1831 Klein Upahl
5. Nehls Friederica Maria Hanna * 20.12.1833 Klein Upahl
6. Nehls Johann Carl Friedrich 82Jhr 9Mo 2Wo * 22.01.1837 Klein Upahl † 06.11.1919 Mayville > 2.3

Generation 2


2.1
NEHLS Sophia Maria Hanna < 1.1
* 21.04.1826 Klein Upahl
Eltern: Nehls Gottfried Jacob Christian , Wunrau Sophia Maria

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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ECKELBERG Johann Friedrich Ludwig

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Eckelberg Heinrich (Henry) * 09.11.1848 † 10.11.1933 Juneau > 3.1


2.2
NEHLS Friedrich Johann Christian < 1.1
* 22.08.1829 Klein Upahl † 04.09.1879 Lomira
Eltern: Nehls Gottfried Jacob Christian , Wunrau Sophia Maria

Friedrich immigrated to the America when he was 30 years. He died from cholera. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 04.06.1865
KROEPPELIN Christine Marie
* 07.04.1844 Selow † 1920 Ferney

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Nehls Herman Frank Johann * 19.03.1866 Lomira † 16.01.1946 Groton > 3.2
2. Nehls Wilhelm Heinrich * 27.03.1869 † 01.10.1879 Lomira
3. Nehls Bertha Marie Henrietta * 06.03.1871 Lomira † 19.12.1960 Swift Current > 3.3
4. Nehls Anna Sophie Dorothea (Dora) * 12.07.1876 Lomira † 07.12.1950 Eau Claire > 3.4


2.3
NEHLS Johann Carl Friedrich 82Jhr 9Mo 2Wo < 1.1
* 22.01.1837 Klein Upahl † 06.11.1919 Mayville Lebensorte: Klein Upahl Mayville Iron Ridge Juneau
Eltern: Nehls Gottfried Jacob Christian , Wunrau Sophia Maria

"Notes for Johann (John C.) Carl Friedrich Nehls: The information I have on Johann came from parish records gathered in 1999. Betty Roeseler has his name as John C. Nehls with a b. date of Jan. 12, 1837 not Jan. 22, 1837. This information came from a family bible." - "John C. Nehls was a shepherd boy who learned to knit at an early age. He knit many lovely and useful things all his long life. John Nehls left Germany (Hamburg,I think) to escape military service. He came to the U.S. settling in Wisconsin, near Iron Ridge, or maybe Watertown. After so a long of a time he sent for his sweetheart, Johanna. He met her in New York where they were married. It must of been cold weather, for as I remember him telling, he left he overcoat and/or his watch (I don't remember which) to pay for his hotel bill. When they arrived in Wisconsin, at night, there was a hard snowfall all night. John asked Johanna to tell him from which direction they came - "she cried". The war came - John could not serve because he had flat feet. Babies came. Johanna cut up beautiful garments from her trousseau to make baby clothes. Anna, Clara & Rudolph were born in Iron Ridge or Watertown - they did live in Iron Ridge for a time. Johanna had two sisters - I know nothing about. John grew to manhood in his native land. In 1859 John C. Nehls emigrated to America when he was 22 years old. John C. Nehls lived in Mayville, Wisconsin where he followed the trade of carpenter for many years. He had two sons and two daughters, (one son died at infancy). John became proprietor of the old American House at Iron Ridge in the early eighteen seventies and conducted this pioneer hostelry until 1882, when he came to Juneau and purchased the Wisconsin House now known as the Commercial Hotel. In 1889, after retiring from the hotel business, he was appointed postmaster at Juneau and served creditably in this official capacity during the administration of President Benjamin Harrison. Prior to this time John erected the building on Oak street, now occupied by F. B. Wendt's Drug Store and the Wisconsin Telephone exchange." - Written by Winnie Gottsleben Garrett. - "In politics John was a staunch Republican, active and prominent in the councils of his party and in everyday life he was well known as an obliging neighbor and splendid citizen, prompt in the fulfillment of every obligation. He held many positions of local trust, among them alderman and supervisor of the Second ward and treasurer of the Juneau City Cemetery Association. Covering the period of thirty seven years, no man in public or private life of Juneau was better known or more generally esteemed.He passed away at the hour of 3:40 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of his daughter & son-in-law Charles F. Achtenhagen in Mayville, Wi. as the results he suffered of a stoke." - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet).

oo 1862 New York
SIBONUS Johanna Wilhelmina
* 06.10.1840 Hamburg † 13.04.1899 Juneau Lebensorte: Hamburg Juneau  

"Johanna came from well-to-do parents. She had a good education-attended collage of fine arts, majoring in sewing. She made beautifully intricate embroidery and other hand work. In 1860 Johanna, in the company of her parents and other family members, emigrated to the U.S., coming direct to Wisconsin and settling in the town of Lomira. John and Johanna continued to live in Lomira until 1864 when they moved to Iron Ridge, where they ran a hotel. In 1884 they moved to Juneau and for a number of years John ran the Wisconsin House (now the Commercial House)." - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet).

1. Nehls Rudolph C. * 09.03.1863 Lomira † 09.09.1908 Arlington Heights > 3.5
2. Nehls Clara Cecelia 57Jhr 10Mo 2Wo * 05.10.1864 Iron Ridge † 20.08.1922 Port Arthur
> 3.6
3. Nehls Anna S. * 22.07.1866 Iron Ridge † .04.1960 Tipton
> 3.7
4. Nehls Herman Heinrich * 30.06.1868 Lomira † 24.11.1870 Lomira

oo 2 04.10.1899
ACHTENHAGEN Caroline W.
* 04.01.1850 Brandenburg † 19.04.1917

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

Generation 3


3.1
ECKELBERG Heinrich (Henry) < 2.1
* 09.11.1848 † 10.11.1933 Juneau
Eltern: Eckelberg Johann Friedrich Ludwig , Nehls Sophia Maria Hanna

Born in Germany. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 02.11.1872 Lomira
BELLACH Louise Marie Mathilda
* 23.04.1854 † 21.05.1923 Juneau

She was born in Sumatra, Province Brandenburg, Prussia. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Eckelberg Anna * 04.08.1873 Reeseville † 14.02.1898 †Urs: Black diptheria
2. Eckelberg Bertha * 09.01.1875 Reeseville † 05.03.1892 †Urs: Black diphteria
3. Eckelberg Frederick August Paul * 28.08.1876 Reeseville † .11.1943
4. Eckelberg Louise Johanna Marie * 10.12.1886 Reeseville † 26.07.1966

Died in Wisconsin. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


3.2
NEHLS Herman Frank Johann < 2.2
* 19.03.1866 Lomira † 16.01.1946 Groton
Eltern: Nehls Friedrich Johann Christian , Kroeppelin Christine Marie

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 15.03.1893 Ferney
JENSEN Anna (Annie)
* 09.06.1876 † 11.06.1920 Ferney

Born in Minnesota. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Nehls Irene Bertha * 23.03.1894 Ferney † 04.11.1987 Groton
2. Nehls Fred Henry * 17.08.1895 Ferney † 14.03.1970 Groton
3. Nehls John (Jack) H. * 02.04.1897 Ferney † 11.01.1986 Aberdeen
4. Nehls Marie Augusta Sophia * 30.01.1899 Ferney † 17.03.2001 Groton
5. Nehls Mary * 19.08.1901 Ferney † 15.02.1907 Ferney
6. Nehls Charles Otto Heinrich * 10.07.1903 Groton † 01.04.1952 Yakima
7. Nehls Frank Arnold * 24.02.1906 Ferney † 19.10.1953 Ferney
8. Nehls Clara Marie * 18.05.1907 Ferney † 28.06.1997 Ferney
9. Nehls Herman Frank Henry * 20.10.1910 Ferney † 29.10.1979 Prosser
10. Nehls Henry (Hank) E. * 05.05.1912 Ferney † 25.02.1971 Groton
11. Nehls Roy Arthur * 22.05.1916 Ferney † 18.03.1951 Ferney

oo 2 14.08.1928 Ferney
LEWIS Myrtle
* 07.06.1885 † 23.02.1970 Aberdeen

Born in Iowa. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


3.3
NEHLS Bertha Marie Henrietta < 2.2
* 06.03.1871 Lomira † 19.12.1960 Swift Current
Eltern: Nehls Friedrich Johann Christian , Kroeppelin Christine Marie

Died in Canada. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 14.03.1888 Hanson
RADKE Frederick Albert
* 16.01.1864 Wayne † 10.1935

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Radke Olga Annie Katherine * 23.01.1889 † 10.12.1970 Melville
2. Radke Arnold Henry * 21.05.1890 † 01.11.1928


3.4
NEHLS Anna Sophie Dorothea (Dora) < 2.2
* 12.07.1876 Lomira † 07.12.1950 Eau Claire
Eltern: Nehls Friedrich Johann Christian , Kroeppelin Christine Marie

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 29.09.1895
GABERT Fred Ray
* 24.03.1871 Alma † 30.10.1951 Eau Claire

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Gabert Pearl
2. Gabert Leslie
3. Gabert Lenard
4. Gabert Homer
5. Gabert Frederick Jr. * 04.11.1907 † 06.04.1988


3.5
NEHLS Rudolph C. Druggist < 2.3
* 09.03.1863 Lomira † 09.09.1908 Arlington Heights
Eltern: Nehls Johann Carl Friedrich , Sibonus Johanna Wilhelmina

Rudolph Nehls was a druggist in Arlington Heights, near Chicago, Ill. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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SCHIMEK Agnes Sophia
* 16.05.1863 † 30.11.1935 Arlington Heights

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Nehls Estella Anna Sophia * 24.11.1884 Chicago † 06.07.1885 Chicago
2. Nehls Ella (Eleanor) Frances * 09.03.1886 Mayville † 22.02.1976 Grand Rapids
3. Nehls John T. (Zackery) * 06.09.1890 Chicago † 28.01.1973 Kenosha
> 4.1
4. Nehls Ralph Chester * 17.09.1898 Arlington Heights † 13.02.1985 Baldwin
> 4.2


3.6
NEHLS Clara Cecelia 57Jhr 10Mo 2Wo < 2.3
* 05.10.1864 Iron Ridge † 20.08.1922 Port Arthur Lebensort: Winneconne   
Eltern: Nehls Johann Carl Friedrich , Sibonus Johanna Wilhelmina

Obituary. - Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Gottsleben were held last Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian church. Rev. O. E. DeWitt officiated. The deceased was a former resident here, moving to Texas a few years ago [abt. 1913], where she passed away Sunday morning, Aug. 20. The remains were accompanied here by her daughter, Winnifred, and her husband. Interment was in the family lot of the village cemetery, where her husband and daughter are buried. - Publ. in: Daily Northwestern, Aug. 28, 1922. - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910; Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976)" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 10.10.1881 Iron Ridge
GOTTSLEBEN Fremont Emil 50Jhr 3Mo 2Wo Railroad employee, Telegraph operator
* 27.10.1856 West Bend † 15.02.1907 Winneconne Lebensorte: West Bend Winneconne  
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

"Fremont E. Gottsleben has the honor of being a native of Wisconsin, his birth having occurred in West Bend, Washington county, on the 27th of October, 1856. His parents are Herman and Paulina (Von Rohn) Gottsleben, both natives of Germany, the former born at Hildesheim, Germany, the latter at Leipsic [Leipzig]. - They were both single when they came to the United States, their marriage being celebrated in the town of Polk, Wis. While in his native land the father occupied the position of manager in a distillery. His father (the grandfather of our subject) held office under the government, and his brothers were members of the legal profession. They were a family of prominence and honor, and were widely known in official circles. An uncle of our subject, Antone [Wilhelm Anton] Gottsleben, for his addresses and labors in behalf of the cause of United Germany that established King William on the throne, was honored by the erection of a public monument to his memory in the city of Hildesheim. After coming to the United States Herman Gottsleben turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, and was numbered among the farmers of Washington county. Wis., his home adjoining the city limits of West Bend. There he devoted his time to the cultivation and improvement of his land until in a runaway he suffered the loss of a leg, and in consequence is now living retired in Kewaskum. - The subject proper of this sketch acquired his education in the public schools of West Bend, and in the railroad depot of that place learned telegraphy. At the age of twenty-two years he became identified with railroad work in Milwaukee, at which time he secured a position as telegraph operator in the office of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad. On May 14, 1880, he became agent at Iron Ridge Junction, and July 7, 1892, was appointed general agent at Winneconne, where he has since made his home. His sixteen-years' continuance in this line of work shows his adaptability to it, and his excellence is recognized by his employers. - On the 10th of October, 1881, at Iron Ridge, Wis., was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Gottsleben and Miss Clara C. Nehls, daughter of John C. Nehls, a hotel keeper at that place. He afterward removed to Juneau, Wis., where he engaged in hotel keeping four years, and was then appointed postmaster, which position he filled four years. At this writing he is living retired. To Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben have come three children - Claudia Ida, born July 1, 1884; Helga Johanna T., born May 20, 1886; and Meta Francisca, born November 25, 1888. Mr. Gottsleben is a member of the Masonic Fraternity and the Knights of Pythias Lodge, in which latter organization he has served as vice-chancellor. In his political views he is a Republican, but has never had time or inclination to seek public office. On both the paternal and maternal sides he comes from wellknown families. The Von Rohns of Leipsic [Leipzig] were prominent, wealthy and influential people, and remain so to the present day. Mr. Gottsleben has two brothers living in Wisconsin - Robert A., a veterinary surgeon in Milwaukee; and Franklin C., railroad station agent at Kewaskum, Wisconsin". - Quelle: Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f. - "Obituary 1907. - Fremont E. Gottsleben was born October 27, 1857 [1856], at West Bend, Wis. He was married to Miss Clara C. Nehls at Iron Ridge, Dodge county, Wis. October 10, 1881. As a result of this union there were born unto them four daughters, Meta (deceased), Claudia of Isle of Pines, Helga and Winnie of this village. He had been on the C. M. & St. P. railroad as relief agent at Horicon, where he was taken ill and in consequence returned home last Saturday. He sank rapidly under a complication of diseases, until Friday Feb. 15, 1907, when just before the dawn of the day, in the Eastern skies of the natural world, his earthly sun set in the western horizon of life, never again to shine forth in this world. His spirit had gone to the higher Courts where the Supreme Architect of the Universe presides. The greater part of his life was occupied as a railroad employee. He was for a number of years station agent for the C. M. & St. P. railroad at Winneconne, when three years ago he retired. Mr. Gottsleben was a kind and affectionate husband, a devoted father, and a good citizen. He will be misses for his place will be vacant. There remain to mourn his loss a wife, three daughters, one brother, four sisters and many sympathizing friends. His remains were laid at rest in the village cemetery, Sunday Feb. 17, 1907 after appropriate services at the residence by the writer [Rev. Howard Miller], and services at the grave by the Masonic order, of which the deceased was a member. He was also a member of the K. of P. lodge, which was present at the obsequies. Mr. Gottsleben was also affiliated with the Equitable Fraternal Union an the Modern Woodmen. He also was a member of the Order of railroad telegraphers. Rev. Howard Miller (Abschrift eines Zeitungsausschnitts von 1907)". - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 <Geburtsdatum 15.10.1857>", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin: Birth Oct. 1856", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Gottsleben Claudia Ida * 01.07.1884 > 4.3
2. Gottsleben Helga Johanna T. * 20.05.1886

"To Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben have come three children - Claudia Ida, born July 1, 1884; Helga Johanna T., born May 20, 1886; and Meta Francisca, born November 25, 1888." - Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin" (im Census First name: Helen J., Birth: May 1886, Age: 9 years) , "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

3. Gottsleben Meta Francesca 17Jhr 3Mo 2Wo * 25.11.1888 Iron Ridge † 11.03.1906 Winneconne †Urs: Diabetes

Obituary 1906. - Miss Meta Francesca Gottsleben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gottsleben, dies at 7 A. M. Sunday, March 11, 1906, aged 17 years, 3 month and 16 days, her death resulting from diabetis mellitus, with which she has been invalid for about six months. She was born at Iron Ridge, Wis., Nov 25, 1888 and came with her parents to Winneconne about fourteen years ago. When her health falled she was a student of the High school and a member of the junior class and was painstaking and proficient in her studies. She possessed an unusually quiet sweet and attractive disposition and had an unbounded affection for her parents and sisters and was loved by her acquaintances for her pleasant and ladylike demeanor. The funeral was held from the residence at 2 A. M. Tuesday, and was largely attended, the services being conducted by Rev. O. Th. A. Hoyer, pastor of the German Lutheran church, and the remains were laid at rest in the village cemetery. The students of the High school attended in a body and added a beautiful floral emblem of their sorrow to the very many tributes of flowers which covered the casket. Among the relatives from elsewhere who were called here by the sad occurence were Mr. Joh. Nehls of Juneau, father of Mrs. Gottsleben, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gottsleben and family of Kewaskum, Mrs. F. Lauer and Miss Marie Klumo of West Bend, Mrs. C. Achtenhagen of Mayville, and Mrs. J. E. Standish of Milwaukee. Besides her parents the deceased is survived by three sisters, Claudia, Helga and Winnie, who all have the profound sympathy by the community. Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben desire to thank their many friends for their kindness and sacrifices during their sad bereavement, and to assure them that they will need only the opportunity to prove their appreciation. - Publ. in: Winneconne local, Mar. 16, 1906. - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

4. Gottsleben Winnie B. 89Jhr * 06.11.1899 † 12.11.1988 Port Arthur > 4.4


3.7
NEHLS Anna S. < 2.3
* 22.07.1866 Iron Ridge † 04.1960 Tipton
Eltern: Nehls Johann Carl Friedrich , Sibonus Johanna Wilhelmina

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 17.04.1884
ACHTENHAGEN Charles Frederich
* 14.06.1852 † 16.01.1924 Mayville

Charles F. was Born in Germany. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Achtenhagen Rudolph * . .1883 † 08.12.1892 Mayville
2. Achtenhagen Hildegard * 03.04.1888 † 03.07.1972 Houston > 4.5
3. Achtenhagen Carl Henry * 07.04.1890 Mayville † 11.11.1964 Fremont > 4.6
4. Achtenhagen Claudia * 31.07.1891 † 05.12.1979 Tipon > 4.7
5. Achtenhagen Arnold * 22.07.1893 † 06.03.1960 > 4.8
6. Achtenhagen Olga * 06.12.1898 Mayville † 20.08.1976

Olga died in New Jersey.- Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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SCHROEDER George H.
† 02.11.1930 New Holstein

Generation 4


4.1
NEHLS John T. (Zackery) < 3.5
* 06.09.1890 Chicago † 28.01.1973 Kenosha
Eltern: Nehls Rudolph C. , Schimek Agnes Sophia

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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DURST Magdalin

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


4.2
NEHLS Ralph Chester < 3.5
* 17.09.1898 Arlington Heights † 13.02.1985 Baldwin
Eltern: Nehls Rudolph C. , Schimek Agnes Sophia

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 25.06.1923 Arlington Heights
PETERSON Margaret G.
* 25.07.1899 Evenston † 11.06.1988 Pinehurst

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


4.3
GOTTSLEBEN Claudia Ida < 3.6
* 01.07.1884
Eltern: Gottsleben Fremont Emil , Nehls Clara Cecelia

"To Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben have come three children - Claudia Ida, born July 1, 1884; Helga Johanna T., born May 20, 1886; and Meta Francisca, born November 25, 1888." - Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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WITTER Louis Alfred
* 1882
Eltern: Witter G. A. , Froxell Emma

Louis A Witter in the 1940 Census, "Age: 58, born abt 1882, Birthplace Iowa, Home in 1940, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, Household Members, Head: Louis A Witter, Age: 58, Wife: Claudia I Witter, Age: 55, Son: George A Witter, Age: 31, Son: Jack A Witter, Age: 24". - Quellen: "1940 United States Federal Census, Census & Voter Lists" und "Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947" (Birth: Louis Alfred Witter, Mother: Emma Froxell Witter, Father: G A Witter).

1. Witter George Amos 49Jhr 3Mo 4Wo * 01.12.1908 † 30.03.1958 Los Angeles > 5.1
2.
Witter Jack A. * 03.04.1915 Port Arthur > 5.2


4.4
GOTTSLEBEN Winnie B. 89Jhr < 3.6
* 06.11.1899 † 12.11.1988 Port Arthur
Eltern: Gottsleben Fremont Emil , Nehls Clara Cecelia

Winnie Gottsleben, geb. in Wisconsin, besuchte 1918 die "Senior Class" der "Port Arthur High School" in Texas und war im Frühjahrshalbjahr ("Spring Term") "Vice president" der "Senior Class" ("Colors: Gold and white; Flower: Daisy; Class motto: But never"). Im "The Seagull, Yearbook of Port Arthur High School, 1918, page 24" finden wir eine Beschreibung von ihr: "Winnie Gottsleben, 'Winnie'. Vice President, Class '18. What we can first say about Winnie is that she is good sport. She is one of that kind of girls what always likes to say, 'Mr. President, I move that we have a Senior dance at my house.' She is one that always brings good cheer to those who never have a good time. Yes, her hand has already been won". - Winnie Gottsleben-Garrett und ihr Ehemann begleiteten 1922 in Winneconne die Beerdigung von Winnies Mutter Clara Cecilia, die ihre letzten Jahre bei ihnen in Port Arthur, Texas, verbracht hatte. - Vgl. Obituary (Daily Northwestern, Aug. 28, 1922): "The deceased was a former resident here, moving to Texas a few years ago [abt. 1913], where she passed away Sunday morning, Aug. 20. The remains were accompanied here by her daughter, Winnifred, and her husband." - Obituary 1988: "Winnie Gottsleben Garrett, 89, of Port Arthur died Saturday at St. Mary Hospital after an illness. She was a native of South Winneconne, Wis., and lived in Port Arthur 76 years. Services will be at 11 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church of the Convenant of Port Arthur, with burial at Greenlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Clayton-Thomspon Funeral Home in Groves. Survivors include one son, William M. Garrett of Orange Park, Fla.; two daughters, Winifred Garrett Rodriguez of Groves and Ann Garrett Nelson of Houston; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren." Publ. in: Port Arthur News (Obituaries), 1988 (13. November). - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census 1900; Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977)" und "The Seagull, Yearbook of Port Arthur High School, 1918 (Internet, Dezember 2012)".

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GARRETT William Matthew
* 28.03.1893 Haynesville

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977; United States Federal Census 1940 <Residence: Port Arthur, Spouse of Winnie Gottsleben: William Matthew Garrett>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918). - Schwester: Rebecca Garrett (* um 1895). - Eltern: William Mathew Garrett und Estelle Weaver (* um 1863, + 13.08.1943 Hayneville, Alabama; Eltern von Estelle: William Weaver und Mary Ella Raines). - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910; Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974).

1. Garrett Winifred Estelle 90Jhr 11Mo 2Wo * 05.02.1920 Port Arthur † 24.01.2011 San Antonio > 5.3
2. Garrett William M. (Bill) * 16.04.1924

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1930, 1940; United States Public Records Index <Birth Date:16 Apr 1924, Residence Place: Orange Park, Florida, United States, Possible Relatives: Joyce Garrett, Nancy H Garrett, Nancy L Garrett>)", "Todesanzeige seiner Mutter (hier: <Winnie Gottsleben Garrett, 89, of Port Arthur [...] Survivors include one son, William M. Garrett of Orange Park, Fla.[...]>" und "Todesanzeige seiner Schwester Winnefred Garrett Rodriguez (hier: <she is survived by [..] her brother Bill Garrett of Orange Park, Florida>)".

3. Garrett Ann * 31.08.1928 Port Arthur > 5.4


4.5
ACHTENHAGEN Hildegard < 3.7
* 03.04.1888 † 03.07.1972 Houston
Eltern: Achtenhagen Charles Frederich , Nehls Anna S.

Hildegard was born in Wisconsin. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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MCCOY Pickney William

Pickney William died in Houston, Texas. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


4.6
ACHTENHAGEN Carl Henry < 3.7
* 07.04.1890 Mayville † 11.11.1964 Fremont
Eltern: Achtenhagen Charles Frederich , Nehls Anna S.

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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GLANDER Edna S.
* 17.09.1893 Hubbard † 21.03.1983 Wauwatosa

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


4.7
ACHTENHAGEN Claudia < 3.7
* 31.07.1891 † 05.12.1979 Tipon
Eltern: Achtenhagen Charles Frederich , Nehls Anna S.

Claudia was born in Wisconsin.- Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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SMITH John
† 15.04.1956 Tipon

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).


4.8
ACHTENHAGEN Arnold < 3.7
* 22.07.1893 † 06.03.1960
Eltern: Achtenhagen Charles Frederich , Nehls Anna S.

Arnold was born in Wisconsin. - Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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O'BOYLE Anne G.
* 31.07.1892 † 18.02.1958 Sheboygan Falls

Quelle: "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

Generation 5


5.1
WITTER George Amos 49Jhr 3Mo 4Wo < 4.3
* 01.12.1908 † 30.03.1958 Los Angeles
Eltern: Witter Louis Alfred , Gottsleben Claudia Ida

"I have two large boxes of photos of George Amos & Irene Witter. George & Irene lived in Ca. but there [grand?]parents lived in Portland, Or. They are Louis Alfred Witter & Claudia Gottsleben Witter. George Amos had a brother Jack Witter b. 03 Apr 1915 Port Arthur, Texas. Other relation that may be interested in these photos would be descendants of Winnie Gottsleben, Helga Gottsleben, Meta Gottsleben." - Posted in GenForum (Genealogy.com) by Larry Nehls, Date: December 21, 2006 (Internet 03.01.2013). - Weitere Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: California, Death Index, 1940-1997).

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ANTESDEL Irene


5.2
WITTER Jack A. < 4.3
* 03.04.1915 Port Arthur
Eltern: Witter Louis Alfred , Gottsleben Claudia Ida

"I have two large boxes of photos of George Amos & Irene Witter. George & Irene lived in Ca. but there [grand?]parents lived in Portland, Or. They are Louis Alfred Witter & Claudia Gottsleben Witter. George Amos had a brother Jack Witter b. 03 Apr 1915 Port Arthur, Texas. Other relation that may be interested in these photos would be descendants of Winnie Gottsleben, Helga Gottsleben, Meta Gottsleben." - Posted in GenForum (Genealogy.com) by Larry Nehls, Date: December 21, 2006 (Internet 03.01.2013).

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WALDRON Janet


5.3
GARRETT Winifred Estelle 90Jhr 11Mo 2Wo < 4.4
* 05.02.1920 Port Arthur † 24.01.2011 San Antonio
Eltern: Garrett William Matthew , Gottsleben Winnie B.

Obituary 2011 - Winifred Garrett Rodriguez. San Antonio - Born February 5, 1920, a Port Arthur resident for most of her life, Winifred passed away in her home in San Antonio, Texas, January 24, 2011. After attending the University of Texas in Austin, she returned home and married James J. Rodriguez, her loving partner for 57 years. She was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church, the P.E.O and the Service League. She was a lover of fine art, fine food, philosophy and conversation and so enjoyed sharing this with her friends and family both in her home and theirs but especially around her well renowned dinner table. In her travels and in her expert shopping, she acquired art and beautiful items from around the world that not only made her own home a pleasure to explore, but also graced the homes of others as her hobby of interior decorating blossomed into a career. She lived each day to spread her love and beauty. She taught us women in her family to be tender and loving but strong and willful when necessary. She was a confidant who never told the secrets given to her, and for this she is irreplaceable. The family would like especially to thank Mary Jane Callaghan of Port Arthur and Virginia Hernandez of San Antonio whose assistance to Winifred was an enormous blessing and enabled Winifred to continue her impeccable presentation of self and home and became dear friends as well. Winifred was preceded by her parents Winnie Gottsleben and William Matthew Garrett and her husband James. She is survived by her daughter J'Ann Rodriguez-Carter and son-in-law Jim Carter of San Antonio and her son James Jay Rodriguez of Memphis, TN; her sister Ann Nelson of Houston, her brother Bill Garrett of Orange Park, Florida. She was G-Lady (the Grand Lady) to her seven grandchildren Laura, Hannah, Judith, Jessica, Matthew, Johanna and Juliet and three great grandchildren, Sydney, A.J. and Maddie, who will have a new brother in the spring. Services will be at 1:00 PM Friday, January 28, 2011 at Greenlawn Memorial Park with Rev. Clay Faulk, officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves. - Quelle: "PAnews.com, Port Arthur, Texas, January 26, 2011 (Internet 03.01.2013)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997; Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935; United States Census, 1930, 1940)".

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RODRIGUEZ James Joseph 85Jhr 2Mo 1Wo
* 02.01.1911 † 12.03.1996 Jefferson

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997 <Geburt der Tochter J Ann>; United States Social Security Death Index).

1. Rodriguez James Jay * 14.03.1948 Jefferson

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997).

2. Rodriguez JoAnn * 22.03.1950 Jefferson > 6.1


5.4
GARRETT Ann < 4.4
* 31.08.1928 Port Arthur
Eltern: Garrett William Matthew , Gottsleben Winnie B.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935; United States Census, 1930, 1940)" und "Jefferson County, TX, Birth, 1928 (Internet, 04.01.2013)".

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NELSON N.N.

Generation 6

6.1 RODRIGUEZ JoAnn < 5.3
* 22.03.1950 Jefferson
Eltern: Rodriguez James Joseph , Garrett Winifred Estelle

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997).

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CARTER Jim

Familie

Christoph GOTTSLEBEN

(Stammliste)


G0.1
GOTTSLEBEN Christoph Kanzleiinspektor
* um.1747 Hildesheim † 11.09.1797 Hildesheim

Quellen: "Norbert Bauerschaper (Internet, 2002)" und "Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012)".

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HOERLING Marie Magdalene
* um.1757 Hildesheim

Schreibweise des Namens auch "Hörling". – Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012)

1. Gottsleben Johannes Anton * . .1775

2. Gottsleben Franz Joseph Christoph 83Jhr 3Wo * 25.09.1777 Hildesheim † 22.10.1860 Hildesheim > G1.1
3. Gottsleben Franz Wilhelm * . .1779
4. Gottsleben Friedrich Anton * . .1781
5. Gottsleben Franz Joseph * . .1783
6. Gottsleben Hermann Anton * . .1787 † . .1849 Sarstedt

Hausvogt im Amt Wohldenberg, später im Amt Ruthe. - Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012).

Generation 1


G1.1
GOTTSLEBEN Franz Joseph Christoph 83Jhr 3Wo Ökonomieverwalter, Amtsvogt, Ortsvorsteher von Moritzberg < G0.1
* 25.09.1777 Hildesheim † 22.10.1860 Hildesheim
Eltern: Gottsleben Christoph , Hoerling Marie Magdalene

Christoph Gottsleben, der von 1816 bis 1830 gleichzeitig auch Ortsvorsteher von Moritzberg war, wirkte von 1815 bis 1852 als Amtsvogt des Amtes Marienburg. Seine zahlreichen, zumeist vom Amt angeforderten Berichte beeinflussten die Entscheidungen der vorgesetzten Behörden nicht unerheblich und geben Einblicke in die Verhältnisse des Bergfleckens in dieser Zeit. - Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012)..

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MACHZUM Maria Louisa Therese 50Jhr 7Mo 3Wo
* 05.06.1777 Everode † 01.02.1828 Moritzberg
Eltern: Machzum Johann Henrich , Raesfeldt Marie Anna Katharine Philipp.

Schreibweise des Namens auch <Marie Louisa Therese Machtzum>.

1. Gottsleben Katharine Marie Magdalene * 24.07.1803 Hildesheim

Katharine Gottsleben blieb unverheiratet und lebte bei ihrem Vater, später bei den Brüdern in Hildesheim. – Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012).

2. Gottsleben Katharine Philippine 2Wo 1Ta * 12.11.1805 Harsum † 27.11.1805 Harsum
3. Gottsleben Anton * . .1807 Harsum † 26.06.1808 Harsum
4. Gottsleben Wilhelmine Luise * 12.03.1809 Harsum

Wilhelmine Luise Gottsleben blieb unverheiratet und lebte bei ihrem Vater, später bei den Brüdern in Hildesheim. - Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012).

5. Gottsleben N.N. * . .1811 Harsum † . .1811 Harsum
6. Gottsleben Wilhelm Anton 55Jhr 3Mo 1Wo * 10.06.1812 Marienburg † 17.09.1867 Hildesheim
7. Gottsleben Gottlieb Joseph * . .1814 Celle

Joseph Gottsleben erlernte auf der "Ökonomie Heinde" Landwirtschaft (Ökonomieverwaltung). War 1844 Adjunkt seines Vaters in Moritzberg und später "Aktuar" (lat. actuarius "Aktenbewahrer", mittlerer Gerichtsbeamter). – Quelle: Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012).

8. Gottsleben Anton Hermann * 07.03.1817 Moritzberg † . .1902 West Bend > G2.1

Generation 2


G2.1
GOTTSLEBEN Anton Hermann Farmer < G1.1
* 07.03.1817 Moritzberg † 1902 West Bend Lebensorte: Hildesheim Kewaskum  
Eltern:
Gottsleben Franz Joseph Christoph , Machzum Maria Louisa Therese

Hermann Gottsleben nahm, aus Moritzberg kommend, in Bremen das Schiff Copernicus und reiste als privilegierter Kabinen-Passagier nach Amerika. Am 2. Juni 1846 traf er im Hafen von New York ein. Vgl. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild (= ISTG; Vol. 4, Ship Copernicus, Captain Passenger, No. 174 ) und Schiffliste (Ellis Island immigration center). - "(...) The parents of Fremont E. Gottsleben are Herman and Paulina (von Rohn) Gottsleben, both natives of Germany, the former born at Hildesheim, Germany, the latter at Leipsic [Leipzig]. They were both single when they came to the United States, their marriage being celebrated in the town of Polk, Wis. While in his native land the father [Anton Hermann Gottsleben] occupied the position of manager in a distillery. (...) After coming to the United States Herman Gottsleben turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, and was numbered among the farmers of Washington county. Wis., his home adjoining the city limits of West Bend. There he devoted his time to the cultivation and improvement of his land until in a runaway he suffered the loss of a leg, and in consequence is now living retired in Kewaskum. (...) The Von Rohns of Leipsic [Leipzig] were prominent, wealthy and influential people, and remain so to the present day". - Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1860, 1870 und 1900 <1910: richtiges Geburtsdatum März 1817>; Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 <Tod: 1902, West Bend; Geburtstag: 09.03.1822 in Germany>)" und "Jutta Finke, Hildesheim (Aufsatz in der Hildesheimer Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 21. Juli 2012)".

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ROHN Paulina 72Jhr 3Mo 2Wo Housewife
* 02.04.1828 Leipzig † 25.07.1900 Kewaskum Lebensorte: Leipzig Kewaskum  
Eltern: Rohn Wilhelm (William) , Thom Theres(i)a

"(...) The parents of Fremont E. Gottsleben are Herman and Paulina (von Rohn) Gottsleben, both natives of Germany, the former born at Hildesheim, Germany, the latter at Leipsic [Leipzig]. They were both single when they came to the United States, their marriage being celebrated in the town of Polk, Wis. (...) The Von Rohns of Leipsic [Leipzig] were prominent, wealthy and influential people, and remain so to the present day". - Als Herkunftsregion der Familie Rohn, die 1846 nach Amerika immigrierte, wird "Bohemia [Böhmen]" in den Volkszählungen angegeben. Nach der Biographie der Familie "Fremont E. Gottsleben" lebte die Familie Rohn jedoch vor ihrer Auswanderung in Leipzig. - Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)", "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 <Tod: 1900, Kewaskum>)" und weitere Genealogen (mundia.com, September 2013).


1. Gottsleben Min(n)a * . .1850 West Bend > G3.1
2. Gottsleben Robert A. 47Jhr 8Mo 1Wo
* 14. 09.1852 † 23.05.1900 > G3.2
3. Gottsleben Helen(a) * . .1855 > G3.3
4. Gottsleben Fremont Emil 50Jhr 3Mo 2Wo * 27.10.1856 West Bend † 15.02.1907 Winneconne > G3.4
5. Gottsleben Emil * . .1857

Quelle: Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013).

6. Gottsleben Theresa * . .1859 West Bend > G3.5
7. Gottsleben Franklin (Frank) Christopher 96Jhr 3Mo 1Wo * 17.11.1861 † 26.02.1958 Alameda > G3.6
8. Gottsleben Anna H. * . .1872 West Bend > G3.7

Generation 3


G3.1
GOTTSLEBEN Min(n)a < G2.1
* 1850 West Bend
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Töchter Pauline und Emilie)" und "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)".

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LIEBIG Julius

In Deutschland geboren. - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Töchter Pauline und Emilie).

1. Liebig Pauline * 08.04.1888 Barton
2. Liebig Emilie * 27.10.1889 Trenton


G3.2
GOTTSLEBEN Robert A. 47Jhr 8Mo 1Wo Veterinary surgeon < G2.1
* 14. 09.1852 † 23.05.1900 Lebensort: Milwaukee   
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "BevLinky (Mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Geburt der Tochter Pauline Gottesleben>; United States Census, 1900; Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 <Robert A. Gottesleben; + 1901 in Mayville, Dodge; Wisconsin; Beerdigt in Mayville, Friedhof: Graceland; Beruf: veter. surgeon>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: + 1900; Graceland Cemetery Mayville, Dodge County, Wisconsin)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)."

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ALBERT Bertha E. 97Jhr
* 07.1865 † 18.02.1963 Milwaukee
Eltern: Albert Godlief (Gottlieb) , N.N. Charlotte

Geboren in Wisconsin. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900 <Geburtsort der Eltern von Bertha Gottsleben, geb. Albert: Germany>; United States Census 1910 <Bertha Gottsleben; Wohnort: Milwaukee Ward 7, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Haushaltsvorstand: Witwe Bertha Gottsleben, 43 Jahre, geb. in Wisconsin; Töchter: Helen Gottsleben, 21 Jahre, geb. in Wisconsin; Charlotte E. Gottsleben, 21 Jahre, geb. in Wisconsin; Frances P. Gottsleben, 18 Jahre, geb. in Wisconsin; Irma H. Gottsleben, 11 Jahre, geb. in Wisconsin>; United States Census 1920; Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1977)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Glen Oaks Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)" und "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)".

1. Gottsleben Helena * 15.11.1888 Mayville

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926; Wisconsin, Birth Index 1820-1907 <hier Geburtsort: Dodge, Wisc.)"; "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

2. Gottsleben Charlotte E. 76Jhr 2Mo * 26.02.1890 † 29.04.1966 Ocnomowoc

Geboren in Wisconsin. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1977)", "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Glen Oaks Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

3. Gottsleben Frances Pauline * 03.08.1891

Geboren in Wisconsin. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926)", "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

4. Gottsleben Irma H. * 26.07.1898 Mayville † 1920

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Vorname: Erma H. E.>; Wisconsin, Birth Index, 1820-1907 <Vorname: Erma H., Geburtort: Dodge, Wisc.>)", "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Glen Oaks Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".


Graceland Cemetery, Mayville,
Dodge County, Wisconsin



Robert A. Gottsleben
1852-1900






Bertha Gottsleben
1865-1963



Glen Oaks Cemetery,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin



Charlotte Gottsleben
1890-1966






Irma Gottsleben
1898-1920


G3.3
GOTTSLEBEN Helen(a) < G2.1
* 1855
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930 <Vorname auch: Helen>)", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

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STANDISH John Evired
Eltern: Standish William , N.N. Sarah

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930 <Namen auch: John E. Standisch>).

1. Standish Emma Paulina * Jackson > G4.1


G3.4
GOTTSLEBEN Fremont Emil 50Jhr 3Mo 2Wo Railroad employee, Telegraph operator < G2.1
* 27.10.1856 West Bend † 15.02.1907 Winneconne Lebensorte: West Bend Winneconne  
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

"Fremont E. Gottsleben has the honor of being a native of Wisconsin, his birth having occurred in West Bend, Washington county, on the 27th of October, 1856. His parents are Herman and Paulina (Von Rohn) Gottsleben, both natives of Germany, the former born at Hildesheim, Germany, the latter at Leipsic [Leipzig]. - They were both single when they came to the United States, their marriage being celebrated in the town of Polk, Wis. While in his native land the father occupied the position of manager in a distillery. His father (the grandfather of our subject) held office under the government, and his brothers were members of the legal profession. They were a family of prominence and honor, and were widely known in official circles. An uncle of our subject, Antone [Wilhelm Anton] Gottsleben, for his addresses and labors in behalf of the cause of United Germany that established King William on the throne, was honored by the erection of a public monument to his memory in the city of Hildesheim. After coming to the United States Herman Gottsleben turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, and was numbered among the farmers of Washington county. Wis., his home adjoining the city limits of West Bend. There he devoted his time to the cultivation and improvement of his land until in a runaway he suffered the loss of a leg, and in consequence is now living retired in Kewaskum. - The subject proper of this sketch acquired his education in the public schools of West Bend, and in the railroad depot of that place learned telegraphy. At the age of twenty-two years he became identified with railroad work in Milwaukee, at which time he secured a position as telegraph operator in the office of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad. On May 14, 1880, he became agent at Iron Ridge Junction, and July 7, 1892, was appointed general agent at Winneconne, where he has since made his home. His sixteen-years' continuance in this line of work shows his adaptability to it, and his excellence is recognized by his employers. - On the 10th of October, 1881, at Iron Ridge, Wis., was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Gottsleben and Miss Clara C. Nehls, daughter of John C. Nehls, a hotel keeper at that place. He afterward removed to Juneau, Wis., where he engaged in hotel keeping four years, and was then appointed postmaster, which position he filled four years. At this writing he is living retired. To Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben have come three children - Claudia Ida, born July 1, 1884; Helga Johanna T., born May 20, 1886; and Meta Francisca, born November 25, 1888. Mr. Gottsleben is a member of the Masonic Fraternity and the Knights of Pythias Lodge, in which latter organization he has served as vice-chancellor. In his political views he is a Republican, but has never had time or inclination to seek public office. On both the paternal and maternal sides he comes from wellknown families. The Von Rohns of Leipsic [Leipzig] were prominent, wealthy and influential people, and remain so to the present day. Mr. Gottsleben has two brothers living in Wisconsin - Robert A., a veterinary surgeon in Milwaukee; and Franklin C., railroad station agent at Kewaskum, Wisconsin". - Quelle: Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f. - "Obituary 1907. - Fremont E. Gottsleben was born October 27, 1857 [1856], at West Bend, Wis. He was married to Miss Clara C. Nehls at Iron Ridge, Dodge county, Wis. October 10, 1881. As a result of this union there were born unto them four daughters, Meta (deceased), Claudia of Isle of Pines, Helga and Winnie of this village. He had been on the C. M. & St. P. railroad as relief agent at Horicon, where he was taken ill and in consequence returned home last Saturday. He sank rapidly under a complication of diseases, until Friday Feb. 15, 1907, when just before the dawn of the day, in the Eastern skies of the natural world, his earthly sun set in the western horizon of life, never again to shine forth in this world. His spirit had gone to the higher Courts where the Supreme Architect of the Universe presides. The greater part of his life was occupied as a railroad employee. He was for a number of years station agent for the C. M. & St. P. railroad at Winneconne, when three years ago he retired. Mr. Gottsleben was a kind and affectionate husband, a devoted father, and a good citizen. He will be misses for his place will be vacant. There remain to mourn his loss a wife, three daughters, one brother, four sisters and many sympathizing friends. His remains were laid at rest in the village cemetery, Sunday Feb. 17, 1907 after appropriate services at the residence by the writer [Rev. Howard Miller], and services at the grave by the Masonic order, of which the deceased was a member. He was also a member of the K. of P. lodge, which was present at the obsequies. Mr. Gottsleben was also affiliated with the Equitable Fraternal Union an the Modern Woodmen. He also was a member of the Order of railroad telegraphers. Rev. Howard Miller (Abschrift eines Zeitungsausschnitts von 1907)". - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 <Geburtsdatum 15.10.1857>", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin: Birth Oct. 1856", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

oo 10.10.1881 Iron Ridge
NEHLS Clara Cecelia 57Jhr 10Mo 2Wo
* 05.10.1864 Iron Ridge † 20.08.1922 Port Arthur Lebensort: Winneconne   
Eltern: Nehls Johann Carl Friedrich , Sibonus Johanna Wilhelmina

Obituary. - Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Gottsleben were held last Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian church. Rev. O. E. DeWitt officiated. The deceased was a former resident here, moving to Texas a few years ago [abt. 1913], where she passed away Sunday morning, Aug. 20. The remains were accompanied here by her daughter, Winnifred, and her husband. Interment was in the family lot of the village cemetery, where her husband and daughter are buried. - Publ. in: Daily Northwestern, Aug. 28, 1922. - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910; Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976)" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

1. Gottsleben Claudia Ida * 01.07.1884 > G4.2
2. Gottsleben Helga Johanna T. * 20.05.1886

Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin" (im Census First name: Helen J., Birth: May 1886, Age: 9 years) , "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

3. Gottsleben Meta Francesca 17Jhr 3Mo 2Wo * 25.11.1888 Iron Ridge † 11.03.1906 Winneconne †Urs: Diabetes

Obituary 1906. - Miss Meta Francesca Gottsleben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gottsleben, dies at 7 A. M. Sunday, March 11, 1906, aged 17 years, 3 month and 16 days, her death resulting from diabetis mellitus, with which she has been invalid for about six months. She was born at Iron Ridge, Wis., Nov 25, 1888 and came with her parents to Winneconne about fourteen years ago. When her health falled she was a student of the High school and a member of the junior class and was painstaking and proficient in her studies. She possessed an unusually quiet sweet and attractive disposition and had an unbounded affection for her parents and sisters and was loved by her acquaintances for her pleasant and ladylike demeanor. The funeral was held from the residence at 2 A. M. Tuesday, and was largely attended, the services being conducted by Rev. O. Th. A. Hoyer, pastor of the German Lutheran church, and the remains were laid at rest in the village cemetery. The students of the High school attended in a body and added a beautiful floral emblem of their sorrow to the very many tributes of flowers which covered the casket. Among the relatives from elsewhere who were called here by the sad occurence were Mr. Joh. Nehls of Juneau, father of Mrs. Gottsleben, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gottsleben and family of Kewaskum, Mrs. F. Lauer and Miss Marie Klumo of West Bend, Mrs. C. Achtenhagen of Mayville, and Mrs. J. E. Standish of Milwaukee. Besides her parents the deceased is survived by three sisters, Claudia, Helga and Winnie, who all have the profound sympathy by the community. Mr. and Mrs. Gottsleben desire to thank their many friends for their kindness and sacrifices during their sad bereavement, and to assure them that they will need only the opportunity to prove their appreciation. - Publ. in: Winneconne local, Mar. 16, 1906. - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

4. Gottsleben Winnie B. 89Jhr * 06.11.1899 † 12.11.1988 Port Arthur > G4.3



Obituary of Fremont E.
Gottsleben (1907)



Obituary of Meta Francesca
Gottsleben (1906)



Obituary of Clara Cecilia
Gottsleben (1928)



Gottsleben
Winneconne Village
Cemetery
Winneconne
Winnebago County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: Section 5, Plot 42



Fremont E.
Gottsleben

(1856-1907)



Meta Francesca
Gottsleben

(1888-1906)



Clara Cecilia
Gottsleben

(1864-1922)


G3.5
GOTTSLEBEN Theresa < G2.1
* 1859 West Bend
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Tochter Ida>)", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)"und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

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LAUER Florian

Geboren in Granville, Wis. - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <Tochter Ida>).

1. Lauer Ida * 14.11.1894 West Bend


G3.6
GOTTSLEBEN Franklin (Frank) Christopher 96Jhr 3Mo 1Wo Railroad station agent < G2.1
* 17.11.1861 † 26.02.1958 Alameda Lebensort: Kewaskum   
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "Teilnahme am Begräbnis seiner Nichte Meta Francesca Gottsleben 1906 <hier: ... Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gottsleben and family of Kewaskum ...>", "US Federal census 1930 <hier: Frank C. Gottsleben, Age: 68, Birth: about 1862, Spouse: Magdalena Gottsleben, Age: 64, Birth: abt. 1866, Residence: Milwaukee (City), Wisconsin>, "US Federal census 1920 <hier: Frank C. Goatslaben, Spouse: Magdalina Goatslaben, Residence: Wankesha, Wisconsin>" und "Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, Wednesday, March 14, 1906, Oshkosh, Wisconsin <hier Hinweis auf Gewerkschaftsarbeit: Milwaukee, [...] F. C. Gottsleben, Herman Gottsleben, Miss Alma Gottsleben and Miss Adela Gottsleben [...] of the international executive board [...] the United Mine Workers [...]>". - Zur Familie Gottsleben (Hildesheim-USA): Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f. - Weitere Quellen: "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)", "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census 1900, 1930; Wisconsin, State Census, 1905; California, Death Index, 1940-1997)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

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KLUMB Magdalena
* 1864 †  >.1930

Quellen: "Teilnahme am Begräbnis seiner Nichte Meta Francesca Gottsleben 1906 <hier: ... Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gottsleben and family of Kewaskum ...>", "US Federal census 1930 <hier: Frank C. Gottsleben, Age: 68, Birth: about 1862, Spouse: Magdalena Gottsleben, Age: 64, Birth: abt. 1866, Residence: Milwaukee (City), Wisconsin>, "US Federal census 1920 <hier: Frank C. Goatslaben, Spouse: Magdalina Goatslaben, Residence: Wankesha, Wisconsin>, "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census 1900; Wisconsin, State Census, 1905)".

1. Gottsleben Adele Rose (Adela) 96Jhr 4Mo 4Wo * 22.12.1886 Riceville † 20.05.1983 San Francisco

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926; California, Death Index, 1940-1997)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

2. Gottsleben Herman Henry 85Jhr 10Mo 2Wo * 03.09.1888 Kewaskum † 21.07.1974 Sarasota

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942)", "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

3. Gottsleben Alvin Gustav(e) * 08.01.1891 Kewaskum † 27.10.1978 Milwaukee > G4.4



Daily Northwestern, Wednesday,
March 14, 1906


G3.7
GOTTSLEBEN Anna H. < G2.1
* 1872 West Bend
Eltern: Gottsleben Anton Hermann , Rohn Paulina

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930)", "BevLinky (mundia.com, September 2013)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

oo 14.06.1893 Kewaskum
ZELLY William A.
* Beloit
Eltern: Zelly Augustus , N.N. Mary

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 <bei Geburt der Tochter Kathleen Emma Name: William A. Zilley>; Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930 <hier Name auch: William A. Zelly>).

1. Zilley Kathleen Emma * 11.03.1897 Turtle

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926).

Generation 4


G4.1
STANDISH Emma Paulina < G3.3
* Jackson
Eltern: Standish John Evired , Gottsleben Helen(a)

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930).

oo 10.11.1903 Milwaukee
HOAG Edgar L.
* Holy Oke
Eltern: Hoag Edgar L. , Miller Jenina M.

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930).


G4.2
GOTTSLEBEN Claudia Ida < G3.4
* 01.07.1884
Eltern: Gottsleben Fremont Emil , Nehls Clara Cecelia

Quellen: "Fremont E. Gottsleben. In: Commemorative biographical record of the Fox River Valley counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago: Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J.H. Beers, 1895, Vol. 2, S. 1054 f.", "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls" und "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" (Internet, 30.12.2012).

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WITTER Louis Alfred
* 1882
Eltern: Witter G. A. , Froxell Emma

Louis A Witter in the 1940 Census, "Age: 58, born abt 1882, Birthplace Iowa, Home in 1940, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, Household Members, Head: Louis A Witter, Age: 58, Wife: Claudia I Witter, Age: 55, Son: George A Witter, Age: 31, Son: Jack A Witter, Age: 24". - Quellen: "1940 United States Federal Census, Census & Voter Lists" und "Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947" (Birth: Louis Alfred Witter, Mother: Emma Froxell Witter, Father: G A Witter).

1. Witter George Amos 49Jhr 3Mo 4Wo * 01.12.1908 † 30.03.1958 Los Angeles > G5.1
2. Witter Jack A. * 03.04.1915 Port Arthur > G5.2


G4.3
GOTTSLEBEN Winnie B. 89Jhr < G3.4
* 06.11.1899 † 12.11.1988 Port Arthur
Eltern: Gottsleben Fremont Emil , Nehls Clara Cecelia

Winnie Gottsleben, geb. in Wisconsin, besuchte 1918 die "Senior Class" der "Port Arthur High School" in Texas und war im Frühjahrshalbjahr ("Spring Term") "Vice president" der "Senior Class" ("Colors: Gold and white; Flower: Daisy; Class motto: But never"). Im "The Seagull, Yearbook of Port Arthur High School, 1918, page 24" finden wir eine Beschreibung von ihr: "Winnie Gottsleben, 'Winnie'. Vice President, Class '18. What we can first say about Winnie is that she is good sport. She is one of that kind of girls what always likes to say, 'Mr. President, I move that we have a Senior dance at my house.' She is one that always brings good cheer to those who never have a good time. Yes, her hand has already been won". - Winnie Gottsleben-Garrett und ihr Ehemann begleiteten 1922 in Winneconne die Beerdigung von Winnies Mutter Clara Cecilia, die ihre letzten Jahre bei ihnen in Port Arthur, Texas, verbracht hatte. - Vgl. Obituary (Daily Northwestern, Aug. 28, 1922): "The deceased was a former resident here, moving to Texas a few years ago [abt. 1913], where she passed away Sunday morning, Aug. 20. The remains were accompanied here by her daughter, Winnifred, and her husband." - Obituary 1988: "Winnie Gottsleben Garrett, 89, of Port Arthur died Saturday at St. Mary Hospital after an illness. She was a native of South Winneconne, Wis., and lived in Port Arthur 76 years. Services will be at 11 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church of the Convenant of Port Arthur, with burial at Greenlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Clayton-Thomspon Funeral Home in Groves. Survivors include one son, William M. Garrett of Orange Park, Fla.; two daughters, Winifred Garrett Rodriguez of Groves and Ann Garrett Nelson of Houston; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren." Publ. in: Port Arthur News (Obituaries), 1988 (13. November). - Weitere Quellen: "1900 federal census for Winnebago County, Wisconsin", "Descendants of Carl Hinrich Friedrich Nehls", "Descendants of Johann Carl Friedrich Nehls" "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census 1900; Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977)" und "The Seagull, Yearbook of Port Arthur High School, 1918 (Internet, Dezember 2012)".

oo 03.08.1918 Jefferson
GARRETT William Matthew
* 28.03.1893 Haynesville

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977; United States Federal Census 1940 <Residence: Port Arthur, Spouse of Winnie Gottsleben: William Matthew Garrett>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918). - Schwester: Rebecca Garrett (* um 1895). - Eltern: William Mathew Garrett und Estelle Weaver (* um 1863, + 13.08.1943 Hayneville, Alabama; Eltern von Estelle: William Weaver und Mary Ella Raines). - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910; Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974).

1. Garrett Winifred Estelle 90Jhr 11Mo 2Wo * 05.02.1920 Port Arthur † 24.01.2011 San Antonio > G5.3
2. Garrett William M. (Bill) * 16.04.1924

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1930, 1940; United States Public Records Index <Birth Date:16 Apr 1924, Residence Place: Orange Park, Florida, United States, Possible Relatives: Joyce Garrett, Nancy H Garrett, Nancy L Garrett>)", "Todesanzeige seiner Mutter (hier: <Winnie Gottsleben Garrett, 89, of Port Arthur [...] Survivors include one son, William M. Garrett of Orange Park, Fla.[...]>" und "Todesanzeige seiner Schwester Winnefred Garrett Rodriguez (hier: <she is survived by [..] her brother Bill Garrett of Orange Park, Florida>)".

3. Garrett Ann * 31.08.1928 Port Arthur > G5.4

Winnie B. Gottsleben
(The Seagull, Yearbook of Port Arthur High School, 1918)


G4.4
GOTTSLEBEN Alvin Gustav(e) < G3.6
* 08.01.1891 Kewaskum † 27.10.1978 Milwaukee
Eltern: Gottsleben Franklin (Frank) Christopher , Klumb Magdalena

Quellen: "Scott Lawrenz (mundia.com, September 2013)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900; Wisconsin, State Census 1905 und 1930; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942; Wisconsin, Death Index 1959-1997; United States Social Security Death Index)" und "Chris Bitner (mundia.com, September 2013)".

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ALTENHOFEN Edna Ramona
* 24.03.1892 † 18.04.1984 San Francisco
Eltern: Altenhofen N.N. , Bachus N.N.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: California, Death Index, 1940-1997, geb. in Wisconsin, Name des Vaters: Altenh[o]fen, Name der Mutter: Bachus)" und "Mundia.com".

1. Gottsleben Alvin Jr. * .um.1926

"Alvin A. Gottsleben, Wauwatosa, Sociology, Michigan State College; Milwaukee Extension." Gefunden in: University of Wisconsin Madison; Badger Yearbook (Madison, WI), Class of 1950, S. 228. - Weitere Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1930 und 1940).

2. Gottsleben Robert H. 67Jhr 3Mo 4Wo * 25.03.1927 † 22.07.1994 San Francisco > G5.5
3.
Gottsleben Allton E. 69Jhr 9Mo 1Wo * 08.04.1934 † 19.01.2004

Quellen: "Ancientfaces.com (Geburt-/Sterbedatum: Wauwatosa High School, Cardinal Pennant Yearbook Wauwatosa, WI.,- Class of 1952, S. 91)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index)".

Generation 5


G5.1
WITTER George Amos 49Jhr 3Mo 4Wo < G4.2
* 01.12.1908 † 30.03.1958 Los Angeles
Eltern: Witter Louis Alfred , Gottsleben Claudia Ida

"I have two large boxes of photos of George Amos & Irene Witter. George & Irene lived in Ca. but there [grand?]parents lived in Portland, Or. They are Louis Alfred Witter & Claudia Gottsleben Witter. George Amos had a brother Jack Witter b. 03 Apr 1915 Port Arthur, Texas. Other relation that may be interested in these photos would be descendants of Winnie Gottsleben, Helga Gottsleben, Meta Gottsleben." - Posted in GenForum (Genealogy.com) by Larry Nehls, Date: December 21, 2006 (Internet 03.01.2013). - Weitere Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: California, Death Index, 1940-1997).

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ANTESDEL Irene


G5.2
WITTER Jack A. < G4.2
* 03.04.1915 Port Arthur
Eltern: Witter Louis Alfred , Gottsleben Claudia Ida

"I have two large boxes of photos of George Amos & Irene Witter. George & Irene lived in Ca. but there [grand?]parents lived in Portland, Or. They are Louis Alfred Witter & Claudia Gottsleben Witter. George Amos had a brother Jack Witter b. 03 Apr 1915 Port Arthur, Texas. Other relation that may be interested in these photos would be descendants of Winnie Gottsleben, Helga Gottsleben, Meta Gottsleben." - Posted in GenForum (Genealogy.com) by Larry Nehls, Date: December 21, 2006 (Internet 03.01.2013).

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WALDRON Janet


G5.3
GARRETT Winifred Estelle 90Jhr 11Mo 2Wo < G4.3
* 05.02.1920 Port Arthur † 24.01.2011 San Antonio
Eltern: Garrett William Matthew , Gottsleben Winnie B.

Obituary 2011 - Winifred Garrett Rodriguez. San Antonio - Born February 5, 1920, a Port Arthur resident for most of her life, Winifred passed away in her home in San Antonio, Texas, January 24, 2011. After attending the University of Texas in Austin, she returned home and married James J. Rodriguez, her loving partner for 57 years. She was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church, the P.E.O and the Service League. She was a lover of fine art, fine food, philosophy and conversation and so enjoyed sharing this with her friends and family both in her home and theirs but especially around her well renowned dinner table. In her travels and in her expert shopping, she acquired art and beautiful items from around the world that not only made her own home a pleasure to explore, but also graced the homes of others as her hobby of interior decorating blossomed into a career. She lived each day to spread her love and beauty. She taught us women in her family to be tender and loving but strong and willful when necessary. She was a confidant who never told the secrets given to her, and for this she is irreplaceable. The family would like especially to thank Mary Jane Callaghan of Port Arthur and Virginia Hernandez of San Antonio whose assistance to Winifred was an enormous blessing and enabled Winifred to continue her impeccable presentation of self and home and became dear friends as well. Winifred was preceded by her parents Winnie Gottsleben and William Matthew Garrett and her husband James. She is survived by her daughter J'Ann Rodriguez-Carter and son-in-law Jim Carter of San Antonio and her son James Jay Rodriguez of Memphis, TN; her sister Ann Nelson of Houston, her brother Bill Garrett of Orange Park, Florida. She was G-Lady (the Grand Lady) to her seven grandchildren Laura, Hannah, Judith, Jessica, Matthew, Johanna and Juliet and three great grandchildren, Sydney, A.J. and Maddie, who will have a new brother in the spring. Services will be at 1:00 PM Friday, January 28, 2011 at Greenlawn Memorial Park with Rev. Clay Faulk, officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves. - Quelle: "PAnews.com, Port Arthur, Texas, January 26, 2011 (Internet 03.01.2013)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997; Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935; United States Census, 1930, 1940)".

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RODRIGUEZ James Joseph 85Jhr 2Mo 1Wo
* 02.01.1911 † 12.03.1996 Jefferson

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997 <Geburt der Tochter J Ann>; United States Social Security Death Index).

1. Rodriguez James Jay * 14.03.1948 Jefferson

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997).

2. Rodriguez JoAnn * 22.03.1950 Jefferson > G6.1



Winifred Garrett Rodriguez


G5.4
GARRETT Ann < G4.3
* 31.08.1928 Port Arthur
Eltern: Garrett William Matthew , Gottsleben Winnie B.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935; United States Census, 1930, 1940)" und "Jefferson County, TX, Birth, 1928 (Internet, 04.01.2013)".

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NELSON N.N.


G5.5
GOTTSLEBEN Robert H. 67Jhr 3Mo 4Wo Professor Stanford University <G 4.4
* 25.03.1927 † 22.07.1994 San Francisco
Eltern: Gottsleben Alvin Gustav(e) , Altenhofen Edna Ramona

Wissenschaftliche Vita: "Robert Gottsleben (deceased 1994 in San Francisco) earned an undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Wisconsin and a Master's degree in the same field from Stanford University. He worked for many years with Dorothy Tyack at the San Francisco Scottish Rite Center for Childhood Language Disorders. Tyack and Gottsleben both independently and jointly authored numerous publications. Their articles on child language and reading appeared in the Journal of Child Language, the Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, and Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools. Tyack and Gottsleben co-authored Language Sampling, Analysis and Training, first published in 1974. The third edition of this publication, co-authored by Dorothy Tyack and Gail Venable, was published in 1999 by Pro Ed." - Hochzeitsanzeige: "Jeanne Dorst, Mr. Gottsleben to Wed Friday. - Wauwatosa, Methodist Church will be the setting friday for the wedding of Miss Jeanne M. Dorst and Robert H. Gottsleben, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gottsleben, sr., Portland av. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dorst, W. Wisconsin av. Maid of honor at the 7 p.m. rites will be Miss Murlyn Scheer, Pasadena blv. The bridesmaids will be the the future bride's aunt, Miss Margo Morall, W. Gledale av., and Miss Ann Thomson, Mount Lebanon, Pa. The flower girl and ring bearer will be Mimi and Robert Nett, Richmont ct. Mr. Gottsleben has asked his brother Allton Gottsleben, to be best man. The ushers will be James Wittenberg, Hillcrest dr., Donald Dorst, the future bride's brother, Donald Pederson, Red Arrow ct., and John Kremers, N. 60th st. Miss Dorst will entertain for her attendants at a tea Thursday. Those who have been hostesses for her are Mrs. P.J. Henneberry, Mrs. Dorst, Mrs. Gottsleben, sr., and Misses Morall and Scheer. The wedding reception will be at the Athletic club. The young people will make their home in Madison where Mr. Gottsleben attends the University of Wisconsin." - Quelle: Milwaukee journal 1948, Sept. 14 (Tuesday), S. 5. - Hinweis auf Alvin A. und Robert H. In: University of Wisconsin Madison - Badger Yearbook (Madison, WI), Class of 1950, S. 228. - Professor am "National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)" an der "Stanford University", California. - Weitere Quellen: "Ancient faces (Internet)" und "FamilySearch, März 2014; hier: United States Social Security Death Index; California, Death Index, 1940-1997; United States Public Records Index)".

oo 17.09.1948 Wauwatosa
DORST Jeanne M. 45Jhr 10Mo 2Wo
* 11.11.1927 Milwaukee † 30.09.1973 Washington
Eltern: Dorst Alfred W. ,
Henneberry Lucille Katherine

Jeanni Dorst: *11.11.1927 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, + 30.09.1973 in Washington, DC. - Quellen: "mundia.com. <Muss noch geprüft werden, ob die hier genannte Jeanni Dorst Ehefrau von Robert Gottsleben ist. Bei mundia.com nur anonyme Angabe verh., 1 Sohn>" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1930 <Jean Dorst, Milwaukee, Wisconsin mit den Eltern Alfred und Katherine Dorst im Haushalt ihrer Großeltern John und Katherine Henneberry>)".

Generation 6

G6.1 RODRIGUEZ JoAnn < G5.3
* 22.03.1950 Jefferson
Eltern: Rodriguez James Joseph , Garrett Winifred Estelle

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997).

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CARTER Jim

Stand : 17.03.2014
Erstellt mit PC-AHNEN

Stand: März 2014
Klaus Gottsleben
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