THE GEORGE & DOROTHEA HENZE FAMILY

DESCENDANTS OF
GEORGE & DOROTHEA (ROETTGER) HENZE
OF
Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

 

Descendants of George Henze

Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE1 HENZE was born in Germany, and died 1864 in Wisconsin. He married DOROTHEA ROETTGER in Germany. She was born August 21, 1818 in Germany, and died February 1893 in Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin.

Notes for GEORGE HENZE:

An article in the Watertown Gazette of 19 Oct 1933: George Henze was the 2nd person to be buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

More About GEORGE HENZE:

Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

Emigration: 1854

Notes for DOROTHEA ROETTGER:


OBITUARY

Source: Watertown Republican
Publication: Wednesday, March 1, 1893
Headline: Obituary

Mrs. Dorathea Henze, mother of ex-Sheriff Geo. Henze and Mrs. Fred Hoffmann, Sr., and an old resident of Shields and this city, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.E. Brown, at Janesville, Friday last, aged 75 years. The day before her death, while calling on neighbors she received a stroke of paralysis from the effects of which she never rallied. Her remains were brought here Saturday and the funeral took place from St. Mark's church Sunday afternoon.

More About GEORGE HENZE and DOROTHEA ROETTGER:

Marriage: Germany

Children of GEORGE HENZE and DOROTHEA ROETTGER are:

  • 2. i. GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2 HENZE, b. January 09, 1841, Hanover, Germany; d. April 24, 1911, Watertown, Wisconsin.

    3. ii. AMALIA HENZE, b. October 30, 1848, Hanover, Germany; d. September 09, 1930, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

    iii. CARL HENRY JACOB HENZE, b. June 10, 1859.

    iv. AUGUST HENZE, b. Of Crawford County, KS.

  • Generation No. 2

    2. GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2 HENZE (GEORGE1) was born January 09, 1841 in Hanover, Germany1,2, and died April 24, 1911 in Watertown, Wisconsin3. He married CAROLINE WILHELMINE AMALIA NICOLAI October 16, 1865 in Watertown, Wisconsin4,4, daughter of FREDERICK NICOLAI and ERNESTINE ORFHAL. She was born February 05, 1844 in Gotha Saxony Germany5, and died March 21, 1903 in Watertown, Wisconsin5.

    Notes for GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK HENZE:


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times
    Date: April 25, 1911
    Headline: JUSTICE G. HENZE CALLED BY DEATH

    Veteran of Civil War, Sheriff and City Marshal Answers Last Roll Call.

    WAS WELL KNOWN RESIDENT

    Was a Resident of Watertown Fifty-Two Years - Served As Justice of the Peace Several Terms and Held Other Offices of Trust.

    Justice of the Peace George Henze, a veteran of the Civil war and a well known resident, answered the last roll call in his residence, 110 North Fifth street Monday afternoon. Death was the result of kidney trouble from which he had suffered several years, but he was confined to home only two days, being down town Saturday, although in a weak condition. Sometime ago he underwent an operation which seemed to relieve him somewhat but owing to his advanced years medical skill was of little avail.

    Mr. Henze was born in Hanover, Germany, January 9, 1841, and came to America with his father in 1854, locating in the town of Summit, Waukesha county and engaging in farming one year. He then moved to Richwood where his father conducted a sawmill and Mr. Henze worked on a farm until 1859 when he removed to Watertown and learned the wagonmaker's trade with the late Charles Krueger. On August 12, 1862 he enlisted in Co. E 20th Wisconsin volunteer infantry and was in all the engagements with his regiment and was mustered out as second lieutenant in July, 1865 when he returned to Watertown and worked at wagon making. He was employed with Jacob Weber & Son in their lumber yards and also worked on threshing machines in the J.B. Bennett factory and was also employed as a railroad carpenter on the Milwaukee road. In 1877 he was appointed on the Watertown police force and served as city marshal several terms. He also served one term as sheriff of Jefferson county and was also city treasurer one term, all of which duties he attended to faithfully. He served several terms as justice of the peace which he held at the time of his death.

    Mr. Henze was married in Watertown in 1865 to Amelia Nicolai, who preceded him to the grave. Six children were born as a result of the union: George Henze, Rome; William Henze, Big Bend; Mrs. Arthur Roessler, Rockford, Ill.; Mrs. B.A. Krueger, Mrs. Fred Keck, August Henze, Watertown. Mr. Henze was devoted to his family and his home life showed his general character. He was a pioneer member of the Watertown Turnverein to which he belonged for almost fifty years and of which he was treasurer many years. He was also a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of which he was secretary and was a member of O.D. Pease Post No. 94, G.A.R. of which he was adjutant. Mr. Henze was a lover of the flag under which he fought and his last whish was that his sword be buried with him and the stars and stripes cover his casket when the end came. Out of respect to his memory the flags on the city hall and Phoenix engine house were placed at half mast and also the flag on Turner hall.

    He was the soul of honor in all his business dealings and knowing of his approaching end he had all his earthly affairs attended to before he was smitten in his final sickness. The community has lost a good citizen and his children a kind father and the nation a brave defender and his reward will be commensurate with his good offices on earth.

    The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock under G.A.R. and I.O.O.F. auspices. The burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.


    GEORGE HENZE

    CIVIL WAR VETERAN

    Company E, 20th Wisconsin Infantry

    1862 - 1865

    GEORGE HENZE, Watertown, Wis., member of G.A.R. Post No. 94, was born Jan. 9, 1841, in the province of Hanover, Prussia. His parents, George and Dorothy (Roettger) Henze, emigrated to America in 1854, and came direct from their port of landing to Wisconsin, buying a farm in Dodge count, in the town of Shields. When the son 18 years old he came to Watertown, where he remained until he was 21. A few months later, Aug. 12, 1862, he enlisted in Company E, 20th Wisconsin Infantry. He entered the army as a private, was promoted through all the grades and was made Second Lieutenant, Sept. 12, 1864. His first promotion was to Corporal; he was made Sergeant, Nov. 15, 1862; First Sergeant, June 23, 1863, and was mustered out under his commission July 14, 1865, at Galveston, Texas.

    The regimental rendezvous was at Madison and the muster into service took place Aug. 18, 1862, the regiment leaving the State a week later. To St. Louis and Rolla, Mo., they journeyed to make connection with the Army of the Frontier, under General Herron, and Mr. Henze participated in the Missouri campaign, including the laborious marching, in which the regiment and division engaged until a long and heavy one of 112 miles was made into Arkansas. This was preparatory to the battle of Prairie Grove, which was the first action in which Mr. Henze took part. He was afterwards in the siege of Van Buren and in the attack on that place went thence on a long march to Rolla, where orders were received to proceed to the position at Vicksburg, in which they remained, taking part in the varied service there until July 4th. The position of the 20th was on the left, and after the capitulation of the city he went with his command to the Yazoo expedition, and was engaged in all the varied service of that campaign. From there he went to Port Hudson, where the command arrived just after the surrender. The next orders were for New Orleans and they went thence to Morganzia Bend. He was in the affair at Atchafalaya Bayou, going soon after to New Orleans to embark for Brownsville, Texas, where he aided in the building of Fort Brown, and in the fall of the same year, 1863, he was sent to Wisconsin on recruiting service. He remained in this duty three months, rejoining his regiment at Brownsville. After much service of desultory character, Mr. Henze accompanied his regiment again to New Orleans, going thence to the vicinity of Mobile, where he was again in activities of exciting stamp. He participated in the capture of Fort Morgan and in the subsequent taking of large quantities of stores of lumber and cotton. This was one of the most important occurrences of the war in that locality. Mr. Henze went into camp in the vicinity of East Pascagoula, which was evacuated December 31st, and afterwards performed heavy duty until he went to the trenches of Spanish Fort, where he was under incessant fire until April 9th, when he was among those who took possession of the abandoned fort. Soon after he went to Blakeley and thence to Mobile. The regiment went next to Galveston and did military duty until mustered out.

    Mr. Henze has been variously occupied since the war and is now (1889) operating as an accountant with one of the prominent business firms in the city. He has served his townsmen as City Marshal two years and as Treasurer the same length of time.

    He was married in October, 1865, to Amelia Nicolai and they have six children, named George, William, Augusta, Amelia, August and Lizette. Mr. Henze is Adjutant of his Post, is an Odd Fellow and Turner and belongs to the Mutual Benefit Association.

    From the Soldiers' Album of Personal Records

    Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    Provided by The Dodge/Jefferson Genealogical Society - Watertown, WI.


    More About GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK HENZE:

    Appointed: 1877, City Marshall - Watertown, Wisc.Police Force6,7

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin8

    Elected: Sheriff - Jefferson County, Wisconsin8

    Emigration: 18548

    Military service: Bet. 1862 - 1865, Civil War-Co.E 20th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry 2nd Lieutenant8


    Notes for CAROLINE WILHELMINE AMALIA NICOLAI:

    Emigrated to USA in 1854 and lived for several years near Milwaukee.

    Moved to Watertown in 1863.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Gazette
    Date: March 27, 1903

    Mrs. George Henze, 110 N. Fifth street, died on Saturday, March 21, 1903, of kidney troubles, with which she had been a sufferer for several months. Mrs. Henze was born at Gotha, Saxony, Germany, February 5, 1844; in 1854 she came to America and lived for a number of years near Milwaukee; in 1863 she was married to George Henze, Justice of the Peace of this city, who survives her with six children, being George Henze, town of Ixonia; Wm. Henze, Big Bend; August Henze, this city; Mrs. Arthur Roessler, Janesville; Mrs. F.G. Keck and Mrs. Ben Krueger, this city. Mrs. Henze was well and most favorably known in Watertown and was highly esteemed by a large acquaintance, all of whom heard of her death with much sorrow. Tuesday afternoon her funeral took place from her late home, Rev. E.R. Hinske, of the German Reformed church conducting the services. Her remains were interred in Oak Hill cemetery.


    More About CAROLINE WILHELMINE AMALIA NICOLAI:

    Burial: March 24, 1903, Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin9

    Emigration: 1854, Saxony, Germany10

    More About GEORGE HENZE and CAROLINE NICOLAI:

    Marriage: October 16, 1865, Watertown, Wisconsin11,11

    Children of GEORGE HENZE and CAROLINE NICOLAI are:

  • i. GEORGE FREDERICK AUGUST THEODOR3 HENZE, b. May 28, 1866, Watertown, Wisconsin12; d. April 10, 1946, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin12; m. MATHILDE.

    More About GEORGE FREDERICK AUGUST THEODOR HENZE:

    Burial: April 13, 1946, Evergreen Cemetery, Ft. Atkinson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    Cause of Death: Internal hemorrhage - Reynauds Disease

    Medical Information: Contributing cause of death: chronic hephrotis with hematuria (blood in the urine). Attended by Dr. J.C. Breiner from 2/13/46 to 4/10/46.

    Residence: 1946, Jefferson County Home

    4. ii. WILLIAM CARL HEINRICK HENZE, b. October 14, 1868, Rio, Columbia Co., Wisconsin; d. November 11, 1934, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.

    iii. CAROLINE LOUISE LIZETTE HENZE, b. January 31, 1870, Watertown, Wisconsin12; d. August 09, 1870, Watertown, Wisconsin12.

    5. iv. AUGUSTE LOUISE HENZE, b. September 11, 1871, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. April 01, 1936, Rockford, Illinois.

    6. v. AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA HENZE, b. April 12, 1873, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; d. December 03, 1961.

    7. vi. AUGUST HEINRICH CARL HENZE, b. December 22, 1874, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. January 16, 1947, Wood, Wisconsin - at a veteran's hospital.

    8. vii. LIZETTE MARIE HENZE, b. January 30, 1877, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. November 12, 1957, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

    viii. DORETHEA HENZE, b. January 14, 1881, Watertown, Wisconsin12; d. February 13, 1881, Watertown, Wisconsin12.

    ix. DOLLY RUTH HENZE, b. October 13, 1886, Watertown, Wisconsin12; d. February 26, 1887, Watertown, Wisconsin12.

  • 3. AMALIA2 HENZE (GEORGE1) was born October 30, 1848 in Hanover, Germany, and died September 09, 1930 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. She married FRED HOFFMANN. He died 1903.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Date: September 10, 1930

    Headline: Amalia Hoffmann Dies In Hospital Tuesday Evening

    Mrs. Amalia Hoffmann, widow of Frederick Hoffmann, died Tuesday evening in St. Mary's hospital where she had been a patient for the past six weeks. She was 82 years of age and death was attributed to the infirmities of old age. Her death took place at 6 o'clock.

    Mrs. Hoffmann was a native of Hanover, Germany and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Henze. She was born October 30, 1848 and came to America with her parents at the age of five years. The family settled on a farm near Richwood.

    Later she came to Watertown to reside and it was here that she married Mr. Hoffmann. He preceded her in death 27 years ago.

    She is survived by Fred A. Hoffmann, Mrs. John G. Conway and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, this city, and Mrs. F.C. Wurl of Boston, Mass. There are ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

    Mrs. Hoffmann was well known in the community. She was active until a year ago when she suffered a compound arm fracture in a fall and since then had been rendered helpless. The infirmities of old age contributed to her steady decline in health and resulted in her death last evening. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran church.

    The funeral will be held from her home, 811 Harvey avenue, on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock after which there will be services in St. John's church, with interment in Oak Hill cemetery. The Rev. F.H. Eggers will officiate.

    Friends desiring to visit the home may do so beginning Friday afternoon and up to the time of the funeral.


    More About AMALIA HENZE:

    Burial: September 13, 1930, Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County Wisconsin

    Emigration: Abt. 1853

    Children of AMALIA HENZE and FRED HOFFMANN are:

  • i. FRED A.3 HOFFMANN, b. Bef. 1864.

    ii. ADELIA HOFFMANN, m. FRED CHRISTIAN WURL.

    iii. #3 HOFFMANN, m. JOHN G. CONWAY.

    iv. #4 HOFFMANN, m. EUGENE MEYERS.

  • Generation No. 3

    4. WILLIAM CARL HEINRICK3 HENZE (GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born October 14, 1868 in Rio, Columbia Co., Wisconsin12, and died November 11, 1934 in Waukesha County, Wisconsin12. He married LENA GLASER 1891. She was born 1865, and died 1954.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Date of Publication: 11-12-1934

    Headline: William C. Henze, Former Resident, Dies on Sunday

    William C. Henze, former Watertown resident, died yesterday at the Municipal hospital in Waukesha. He was a resident of Big Bend. His health had been failing for some time.

    He was born in Rio on October 14, 1868, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Henze, and moved to Big Bend in 1897, where he conducted a general store. He was married to Miss Lena Glaser in 1891.

    Surviving are his wife and one son, Irvin, of Big Bend. There are five grandchildren. Three sisters, Mrs. F.G. Keck, Mrs. B.A. Krueger of this city, Mrs. Arthur Roessler of Rockford, Ill, and two brothers August Henze of this city and George Henze of Fort Atkinson also survive. Mr. Henze was well known in his community and also had many friends here. For some years he conducted a school for turners.

    The funeral is to be held at Big Bend Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.


    More About WILLIAM CARL HEINRICK HENZE:

    Burial: November 14, 1934, Rural Home Cemetery, Vernon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

    Cause of Death: Carcinoma of rectum (diagnosed July, 1934)

    Medical Information: Contributory cause of death: Metastis in liver & other organs. Diagnosis confirmed following a Colostomy performed Oct. 8, 1934.


    More About LENA GLASER:

    Burial: Rural Home Cemetery, Vernon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

    More About WILLIAM HENZE and LENA GLASER:

    Marriage: 1891

    Child of WILLIAM HENZE and LENA GLASER is:

  • 9. i. IRVIN W.4 HENZE, b. July 13, 1892; d. November 1976.
  • 5. AUGUSTE LOUISE3 HENZE (GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born September 11, 1871 in Watertown, Wisconsin12, and died April 01, 1936 in Rockford, Illinois12. She married ARTHUR ROESSLER. He was born October 3013, and died March 1939 in Rockford, Illinois.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Publication: April 9, 1936

    Headline: Mrs. Roessler of Rockford Passes

    The recent death in Rockford, Ill., of Mrs. Arthur Roessler, the former Augusta Henze of this city, was announced today. She was a sister of Mrs. F.G. Keck, Mrs. Ben Krueger and August Henze of this city and was well known in Watertown where she lived for many years and which she had frequently visited since moving from here. The funeral was held in Rockford.

    Children of AUGUSTE HENZE and ARTHUR ROESSLER are:

  • i. HILDEGARDE4 ROESSLER, b. February 09.

    ii. ANITA ROESSLER, b. September 10.

    iii. HAZEL ROESSLER, b. September 26.

  • 6. AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA3 HENZE (GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born April 12, 1873 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin14, and died December 03, 1961. She married FRED G. KECK February 22, 1892, son of JOHN KECK and ROSINA SEAGEL. He was born May 18, 1870 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, and died 1938 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Date: December 9, 1961

    Headline: Mrs. Keck, 88, Dies Sunday

    Lifelong City Resident: Rites Here on Tuesday

    Mrs. Amalie L. Keck, 88, widow of Fred G. Keck, died Sunday at the Jefferson hospital. Death was due to general infirmities. Her home here was at 1505 Main Street.

    Mrs. Keck was a member of an old Watertown family and a life long resident here. She was born here April 12, 1873, her maiden name being Amalie Henze.

    Mrs. Keck received her education in Watertown public schools and married the late Mr. Keck whose family was in the furniture business here. He continued the business which is still in operation and which is now over 100 years old. Mr. Keck died in 1939.

    Surviving Mrs. Keck are three sons, George Fred Keck and William Keck, Chicago architects, and Ernest (Pete) Keck, head of an advertising and public relations agency, Oconomowoc. There are nine grandchildren as well as several great grandchildren.

    Mrs. Keck was the last member of her immediate family. She was preceded in death by a daughter, three sons, three brothers and two sisters.

    Mrs. Keck was once active in the community but in recent years had lived more or less in retirement.

    Funeral services will be held at the Pederson Funeral Home here at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Royal F. Shepard, Jr., of the First Congregational Church officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.

    Friends may pay their respects at the funeral home after 5 p.m. today and also tomorrow prior to the service.


    More About AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA HENZE:

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    More About FRED G. KECK:

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    More About FRED KECK and AMALIA HENZE:

    Marriage: February 22, 1892

    Children of AMALIA HENZE and FRED KECK are:

  • 10. i. JOHN WILLIAM4 KECK, b. February 09, 1897; d. March 29, 1954, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

    11. ii. WILLIAM F. KECK, b. December 01, 1908, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; d. May 25, 1995, Hyde Park, Pennsylvania.

    iii. ALBERT KECK, b. November 07, 1902, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; d. February 1978, Berlin, Wisconsin.

    iv. GEORGE FRED KECK, b. May 17, 1895, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; d. November 21, 1980; m. LUCILE LIEBERMAN, November 26, 1921; b. January 03, 1898; d. April 07, 1983.

    More About GEORGE FRED KECK:

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    Education: Univ. of Illinois - Architecture

    Military service: Served in France in WWI

    More About GEORGE KECK and LUCILE LIEBERMAN:

    Marriage: November 26, 1921

    12. v. ERNEST J. KECK, b. August 19, 1910; d. January 27, 1990, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

    vi. KARL KECK, d. 1922, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

    vii. META KECK.

  • 7. AUGUST HEINRICH CARL3 HENZE (GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born December 22, 1874 in Watertown, Wisconsin14,15, and died January 16, 1947 in Wood, Wisconsin - at a veteran's hospital15. He married (1) LYDIA ULLRICH, daughter of LOUIS ULLRICH and ???. She was born December 27, 1880, and died July 23, 190316. He married (2) EMMA A. ULLRICH May 25, 1911 in Watertown, Wisconsin17, daughter of LOUIS ULLRICH and ???. She was born September 13, 1886 in Watertown, Wisconsin18, and died September 14, 1973 in Watertown, Wisconsin18.

    Notes for AUGUST HEINRICH CARL HENZE:

    NICKNAME: "TINNIE



    OBITUARY

    OBITUARY OF AUGUST HENZE, WATERTOWN, THURSDAY JAN. 16, 1947

    'TINNIE' HENZE IS CLAIMED by DEATH

    Spanish War Veteran; Funeral Service to be Held on Monday

    August C. (Tinnie) Henze, widely known resident of Watertown, died at the veterans' hospital in Wood, Wis. yesterday afternoon after a brief illness. His home here was at 110 North Fifth street. Mr. Henze had a host of friends in Watertown. He was a man who was liked by all and who during his many active years here became exceptionally well known in the community.

    He was born in Watertown on Dec. 22, 1874, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Henze and was a life long resident here. He was a veteran of the Spanish-American war.

    He is survived by his wife and two sons, Roy and Kenneth Henze. There are two sisters, Mrs. Fred Keck, this city, and Mrs. B.A. Krueger, Stratford, Conn.

    Mr. Henze was a member of the First Congregational church, the Watertown Turner society and the Robert G. Doolo camp, Spanish War Veterans, Fort Atkinson.

    The funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Schmutzler funeral home, the Rev. Harry E. Philo of the Congregational church officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.

    Friends may call at the funeral home to pay their respects Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Monday up to the time of the service.


    More About AUGUST HEINRICH CARL HENZE:

    Burial: January 20, 1947, Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin19

    Military service: Spanish American War, Co. B, 1st Wisc. Vol. Infantry19

    Religion: 1st Congregational Church, Watertown, Wis.19

    More About LYDIA ULLRICH:

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    Notes for EMMA A. ULLRICH:


    OBITUARY

    OBITUARY OF EMMA (ULLRICH) HENZE, WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN 1973

    Emma Henze, 87, of 412 Jones Street, passed away at her home Friday afternoon following an apparent heart attack.

    Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Schmutzler Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Tully officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.

    Friends and relatives may call to pay their respects at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday until the time of the service.

    The former Emma Ullrich was born in Watertown Sept. 13, 1886, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ullrich. She was a life time resident of the Watertown area and on May 25, 1911, married August C. Henze. He preceded her in death in 1947.

    Surviving are two sons, Roy of Two Harbors, Minn., Kenneth of Watertown, eight grandchildren and one brother, August A. Ullrich of Watertown. She was also preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.

    She was a member of the First Congregational United Church of Christ and the Clover Club of the church. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Turner Auxiliary.


    More About EMMA A. ULLRICH:

    Burial: September 18, 1973, Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin20

    Religion: First Congregational United Church of Christ21

    More About AUGUST HENZE and EMMA ULLRICH:

    Marriage: May 25, 1911, Watertown, Wisconsin21

    Children of AUGUST HENZE and EMMA ULLRICH are:

  • 13. i. ROY ORRIN4 HENZE, b. March 30, 1918; d. August 22, 1991.

    14. ii. KENNETH HENZE, b. August 29, 1920; d. May 09, 1993, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

  • 8. LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE (GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born January 30, 1877 in Watertown, Wisconsin22,23, and died November 12, 1957 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas24,25. She married BERNHARD ALFRED KRUEGER April 15, 1894 in Watertown, Wisconsin26, son of WILLIAM KRUEGER and HENRIETTE BUCHWALD. He was born November 25, 1874 in Watertown, Wisconsin27, and died December 22, 1942 in Watertown, Wisconsin27.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Date: November 20, 1957

    Headline: Mrs. Krueger Dies in Texas

    Former Resident Was Sister of Mrs. Fred Keck

    Mrs. B.A. Krueger, the former Lizette Henze, a sister of the late August Henze, has died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George G. Herrett at Dallas, Tex., according to a report received here today. She was at one time a resident of Watertown and had lived in Dallas for the past eight years.

    Mrs. Krueger was 80 years of age. Funeral services were held at the Lamar and Smith Chapel in Dallas, the Rev. Arthur C. Swartz officiating. Burial was in Laurel Land Memorial Park.

    Besides Mrs. Herrett, survivors include a grandson, Keith P. Jackson and two great grandchildren, Keith, Jr. and Linda Deane Jackson.

    A sister, Mrs. Fred Keck, resides in Watertown.


    More About LIZETTE MARIE HENZE:

    Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas28,29

    Notes for BERNHARD ALFRED KRUEGER:


    OBITUARY

    Source: Watertown Daily Times

    Date: December 23, 1942

    Headline: B.A. Krueger Is Taken by Death; Was Baker Here

    Parents Operated Shop In Main Street; Funeral Planned Saturday

    Bernard A. (Ben) Krueger, 915 Clyman street, died yesterday at his home from a heart attack. He was a member of an old Watertown family and was for many years a baker. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. William Krueger who operated Krueger's bakery located where the present East Side Bakery operates. He worked there many years, then went to Delafield where he was a baker at St. John's Military academy, later returning here to work for the Leopold bakery.

    He was born here Nov. 25, 1874 and spent practically all his life in Watertown. He was married April 15, 1894 to Miss Lizette Henze. She survives as do two children, Mrs. George Herrett, West Haven, Conn., and Alfred Krueger, Hartford, Conn.

    The funeral will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. from the family residence with burial in Oak Hill cemetery. The Rev. C.W. Pinkney of the First Congregational church will officiate.

    Friends may call at the family home to pay their respects Friday afternoon and evening and Saturday up to the time of the funeral. The Schmutzler funeral home is in charge of the arrangements.


    More About BERNHARD ALFRED KRUEGER:

    Burial: December 26, 1942, Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin30,31

    Occupation: Baker - Watertown, Wisconsin - Krueger's Bakery, St.John's Military Academy, & Leopold Bakery31,32

    More About BERNHARD KRUEGER and LIZETTE HENZE:

    Marriage: April 15, 1894, Watertown, Wisconsin33

    Children of LIZETTE HENZE and BERNHARD KRUEGER are:

  • 15. i. BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, b. August 29, 1895, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. April 13, 1985, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

    16. ii. ALFRED GEORGE DEWEY KRUEGER, b. January 20, 1897, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. April 1978.

  • Generation No. 4

    9. IRVIN W.4 HENZE (WILLIAM CARL HEINRICK3, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born July 13, 189234, and died November 197634. He married ESTHER L.. She was born March 17, 189934, and died January 198734.

    More About IRVIN W. HENZE:

    Burial: Rural Home Cemetery, Vernon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

    More About ESTHER L.:

    Burial: Rural Home Cemetery, Vernon Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

    Children of IRVIN HENZE and ESTHER L. are:

  • i. #15 HENZE.

    ii. #2 HENZE.

    iii. #3 HENZE.

    iv. #4 HENZE.

    v. #5 HENZE.

  • 10. JOHN WILLIAM4 KECK (AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born February 09, 1897, and died March 29, 1954 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. He married HELEN ROCK August 03, 1925 in Superior, Wisconsin. She was born September 30, 1898, and died November 29, 1981.

    More About JOHN WILLIAM KECK:

    Burial: St. Bernard's Catholic Church- Parrish Cemetery

    Military service: U.S.Marine Corps - WWI

    Occupation: Keck Furniture Company - Watertown, Wisconsin

    Religion: St. Bernard's Catholic Church

    More About JOHN KECK and HELEN ROCK:

    Marriage: August 03, 1925, Superior, Wisconsin

    Children of JOHN KECK and HELEN ROCK are:

  • i. JOHN ANDREW5 KECK, b. Of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

    More About JOHN ANDREW KECK:

    Education: 1954, University of Wisconsin - Law Student

    Occupation: 1958, Attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    ii. BARBARA HENECY KECK, b. May 01, 1931; d. October 01, 1967; m. ? ERICKSON.

    More About BARBARA HENECY KECK:

    Education: 1954, Notre Dame University Student

    iii. JAMES FREDERICK KECK, b. Of Beaver Lake, Wisconsin.

    iv. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS KECK, m. MEL CULP; b. Of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

    More About VIRGINIA WILLIAMS KECK:

    Education: 1954, Watertown High School Student

  • 11. WILLIAM F.4 KECK (AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born December 01, 1908 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, and died May 25, 1995 in Hyde Park, Pennsylvania. He married STELLA. She was born December 10, 1907, and died March 1972.


    OBITUARY

    OBIT. FROM ANCESTRY.COM

    Headline: WILLIAM KECK Architect, co-creator of solar-heated house

    Publication Date: May 29, 1995

    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Page: C-4

    Subjects:

    Region: Pennsylvania

    Obituary: William Keck, 86, a prominent Chicago architect for more than 60 years who created with his late brother, George, the first solar-heated home in America, died in his home Thursday.

    The pair designed more than 800 buildings ranging from the "House of Tomorrow" at the 1933 A Century of Progress World's Fair to Prairie Courts, a CHA housing project.

    William Keck died in a landmark house built by him and his brother in Hyde Park in 1937.

    In 1980 the University of Illinois awarded the two brothers its first Illinois Medal in Architecture, given in recognition of "a lifetime of professional dedication and excellence."

    William Keck was born in Watertown, Wis., where his grandfather had established a business making furniture. It was there the brothers developed a philosophy that Mr. Keck described in a 1987 article: "There's nothing wrong with looking at history and taking the best of it and applying it to the future."

    He and his brother developed the "House of Tomorrow" for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. It looked in some ways more like a small airport terminal than a traditional house. For the second year of the fair, they designed a "Crystal House," with glass load-bearing walls and a pioneer use of air conditioning.

    During the construction of the House of Tomorrow and despite the fact that it was winter, they found men working in their shirtsleeves because of the heat captured by the windows.

    Not finding any research on the use of the sun's energy to heat buildings, they nevertheless developed the concept of a solar house. The first one, the Wilde residence in Watertown, Wis., was followed by a more publicized one built in Glenview in 1940 and opened to the public at 10 cents a visitor.

    The Kecks' approach was passive solar energy, in that it did not use collectors, but rather windows facing south with overhangs to protect them. The house's furnace was not needed during the day, even in the winter.

    Of the structure, Mr. Keck said, "Intelligent people liked the house very much. People who wanted French provincial didn't."

    Speaking in 1979 of the contributions by the firm, the chairman of the National Passive Solar Energy Conference said: "Keck and Keck was the first architectural office to demonstrate professionally the aesthetic potential of passive solar architecture."

    Their firm designed 300 solar homes throughout the Chicago area, Wisconsin and Michigan. They also created prefabricated houses that could be erected in three days. Mr. Keck lectured extensively in recent years on solar construction.

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    More About WILLIAM F. KECK:

    Education: 1931, Univ. of Illinois

    Military service: Served in WWII

    Child of WILLIAM KECK and STELLA is:

  • i. MARGIE5 KECK.
  • 12. ERNEST J.4 KECK (AMALIA LOUISE ANNA FRANKLINA3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born August 19, 1910, and died January 27, 1990 in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. He married CATHERINE ANN WRIGHT December 16, 1933 in West Allis, Wisconsin. She died September 11, 1968.

    More About ERNEST KECK and CATHERINE WRIGHT:

    Marriage: December 16, 1933, West Allis, Wisconsin

    Children of ERNEST KECK and CATHERINE WRIGHT are:

  • i. WILLIAM5 KECK, m. AUDREY.

    ii. ROBERT KECK, m. CAROL.

    iii. RICHARD KECK, m. CINDI.

    iv. KAREN KECK, m. CHARLES SWANDER; b. Of Knoxville, Tennessee.

  • 13. ROY ORRIN4 HENZE (AUGUST HEINRICH CARL3, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born March 30, 1918, and died August 22, 1991. He married GLADYS IRENE ANDERSON February 07, 1948 in Two Harbors, Minnesota at Emmanual Lutheran Church, daughter of SELMA E.. She was born June 08, 1923, and died September 12, 1997.


    OBITUARY

    Source: Publication Unknown

    Date: Unknown

    Headline: Roy O. Henze

    TWO HARBORS, Minn. --- Word has been received of the death of Roy O. Henze, 71, of Two Harbors, Minn., a former Watertown, Wis. resident, who died Aug. 21, 1991 at his home.

    Funeral services were held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Two Harbors. Burial with military honors was in Lakeview Cemetery, Two Harbors. The Cavallin Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

    Henze was born March 30, 1920 in Watertown, son of Emma and August Henze. He was a 1938 graduate of Watertown High School. Henze sailed on the Great Lakes for the Pittsburgh Steamship Company of U.S. Steel's Great Lakes Fleet from 1940 until retiring as captain in 1980. He was a United States Navy veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific Theater. Henze had lived in Two Harbors since 1948. He was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Lions Club and Loyal Order of Moose, all of Two Harbors, American Legion Post No. 189 of Watertown, and International Shipmasters Association.

    Survivors include his wife, Gladys; two sons, John and Karl, both of Two Harbors; a daughter, Patrice of Two Harbors; and a brother, Kenneth of Watertown.


    More About ROY HENZE and GLADYS ANDERSON:

    Marriage: February 07, 1948, Two Harbors, Minnesota at Emmanual Lutheran Church

    Children of ROY HENZE and GLADYS ANDERSON are:

  • i. PATRICIA ELIZABETH5 HENZE

    ii. KARL EDWARD HENZE.

    iii. JOHN HENZE

  • 14. KENNETH4 HENZE (AUGUST HEINRICH CARL3, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born August 29, 1920, and died May 09, 1993 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. He married EUNICE R. MILLER. She was born December 01, 1925.

    More About KENNETH HENZE:

    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    More About KENNETH HENZE and EUNICE MILLER:

    Wedding Reception: May 28, Riverside Park, Watertown, Wisconsin

    Children of KENNETH HENZE and EUNICE MILLER are:

  • i. PATRICK5 HENZE.

    ii. JIM HENZE.

    iii. TOM HENZE.

    iv. CONNIE, Foster child.

    v. KENNETH JR. HENZE.

  • 15. BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER (LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born August 29, 1895 in Watertown, Wisconsin36, and died April 13, 1985 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas37. She married (1) CORLINE JACKSON December 09, 1919 in Waukegan, Illinois38, son of CORLINE JACKSON and HESTER. He was born April 03, 1882 in St. Regis or Watertown, New York39, and died Unknown in Unknown. She married (2) GEORGE GUSTAV HERRETT November 19, 1931 in Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois40, son of FRANK HERRETT and EMMA BEHNKE. He was born August 27, 1893 in Wonewoc, Wisconsin41, and died March 06, 1980 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas42.

    More About BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA KRUEGER:

    Baptism: October 24, 1895, First Reformed Church, Watertown, Wisconsin43


    Notes for CORLINE JACKSON:

    Nickname: Jack

    More About CORLINE JACKSON:

    Cause of Death: Unknown

    Medical Information: Gray eyes, Brown hair, Ruddy complexion. In excellent health at time of U.S. Army discharge on 7/1/1919 at the age of 35 years and 2 months.

    Military service: June 06, 1917, U.S. Army Enlisted/Cleveland, Ohio44

    Occupation: June 06, 1917, Horseshoer/Camp Sherman, Ohio44

    More About CORLINE JACKSON and BERNICE KRUEGER:

    Divorce: February 05, 1926, Jefferson County, Wisconsin

    Marriage: December 09, 1919, Waukegan, Illinois45


    More About GEORGE GUSTAV HERRETT:

    Burial: March 08, 1980, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, Laurel Land

    More About GEORGE HERRETT and BERNICE KRUEGER:

    Marriage: November 19, 1931, Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois45


    Children of BERNICE KRUEGER and CORLINE JACKSON are:

  • 17. i. KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON, b. July 25, 1920, Watertown, Wisconsin; d. December 1977, Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

    ii. DEANE EVANS JACKSON, b. March 03, 192246; d. March 31, 1945, Braunschweig, Germany47.

    Notes for DEANE EVANS JACKSON:

    Pilot during WWII flying missions over Europe for the U.S.Army Air Corps. He was flying a mission out of Belgium to Germany and was shot down over Braunschweig, Germany on March 31, 1945.

  • 16. ALFRED GEORGE DEWEY4 KRUEGER (LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born January 20, 1897 in Watertown, Wisconsin48, and died April 1978. He married (1) ELIANE MERIC. She was born January 28, 1897 in France48. He married (2) MONETTE Bef. 1929.

    More About ALFRED KRUEGER and ELIANE MERIC:

    Separation: 1927, France

    More About ALFRED KRUEGER and MONETTE:

    Marriage: Bef. 1929

    Children of ALFRED KRUEGER and ELIANE MERIC are:

  • i. ERIC5 KRUEGER, b. January 31, 1921, France48.

    ii. HUEGNETTE KRUEGER, b. March 02, 1924, France48.

  • Child of ALFRED KRUEGER and MONETTE is:

  • 18. iii. GEORGE WILLIAM5 KRUEGER, b. March 07, 1929.
  • Generation No. 5

    17. KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON (BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born July 25, 1920 in Watertown, Wisconsin49, and died December 1977 in Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas. He married KATHLEEN GRACE LYNCH 1942 in Miami, Dade County, Florida50, daughter of JESSE LYNCH and THELMA WHITE. She was born June 18, 1919 in Hartford, Connecticut50.

    More About KEITH PRENTISS JACKSON:

    Baptism/Confirmation: April 09, 1933, First Congregational Church51

    Education: June 25, 1937, Hartford Public High School, Hartford, Ct.52

     

    More About KATHLEEN GRACE LYNCH:

    Baptism: August 17, 1919, St.John's Church, Warehouse Point, Ct.54

    Godparents: August 17, 1919, Robert E. Waterhouse & Grace P. Waterhouse

    More About KEITH JACKSON and KATHLEEN LYNCH:

    Marriage: 1942, Miami, Dade County, Florida55

    Children of KEITH JACKSON and KATHLEEN LYNCH are:

  • 19. i. KEITH PRENTISS6 KLEIN, b. August 10, 1943, Trenton, New Jersey.

    20. ii. LINDA DEANE KLEIN, b. May 15, 1946, Hartford, Connecticut.

  • 18. GEORGE WILLIAM5 KRUEGER (ALFRED GEORGE DEWEY4, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born March 07, 1929. He married MAUREEN KEEFE.

    Children of GEORGE KRUEGER and MAUREEN KEEFE are:

  • i. SUSAN6 KRUEGER, b. Abt. 1955.

    ii. BRYAN KRUEGER, b. 1957.

    iii. KRISTINE KRUEGER, b. Aft. 1957.

    iv. ERYN KRUEGER, b. Aft. 1957.

  • Generation No. 6

    19. KEITH PRENTISS6 KLEIN (KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON, BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born August 10, 1943 in Trenton, New Jersey. He married SCHERRI MAXINE BLYTHE April 30, 1977 in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada56, daughter of ORVILLE BLYTHE.

    More About KEITH PRENTISS KLEIN:

    Adoption: Abt. 1960, Dallas, Tx. with name change from Jackson to Klein

    More About KEITH KLEIN and SCHERRI BLYTHE:

    Divorce: March 05, 1985, Santa Clara County, California57

    Marriage: April 30, 1977, South Lake Tahoe, Nevada58

    Child of KEITH KLEIN and SCHERRI BLYTHE is:

  • 21. i. KRISTI MICHELLE7 KLEIN
  • 20. LINDA DEANE6 KLEIN (KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON, BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born May 15, 1946 in Hartford, Connecticut59. She married (1) LON LEE HUBBARD 1968 in Key West, Florida. She married (2) RICHARD DEAN PINGEL June 17, 1971 in Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado60, son of EARL PINGEL and HAZEL DEAN. He was born April 06, 1945 in Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado61.

    More About LINDA DEANE KLEIN:

    Adoption: Abt. 1960, Dallas, Tx. with name change from Jackson to Klein

    More About LON HUBBARD and LINDA KLEIN:

    Divorce: 1970, Santa Clara County, California

    Marriage: 1968, Key West, Florida

    More About RICHARD PINGEL and LINDA KLEIN:

    Divorce: 1987, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

    Marriage: June 17, 1971, Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado62

    Child of LINDA KLEIN and RICHARD PINGEL is:

  • 22. i. AMY ANN7 PINGEL, b. April 16, 1973, Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado.
  • Generation No. 7

    21. KRISTI MICHELLE7 KLEIN (KEITH PRENTISS6, KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON, BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born August 05, 1980. She married JEREMY VICARIO.

    22. AMY ANN7 PINGEL (LINDA DEANE6 KLEIN, KEITH PRENTISS5 JACKSON, BERNICE AMALIA MARTHA4 KRUEGER, LIZETTE MARIE3 HENZE, GEORGE HENRY AUGUST FREDERICK2, GEORGE1) was born April 16, 1973 in Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado63. She married HUMBLE ARTHUR MEISTER III, son of HUMBLE MEISTER and MARTHA SETTLES. He was born March 31, 1973 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

    Endnotes

    1. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    2. Bible - George Henze.
    3. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    4. Obituary of George Henze - Watertown, Wisc. Newspaper.
    5. Bible - George Henze.
    6. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    7. Bible - George Henze.
    8. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    9. Bible - George Henze.
    10. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    11. Obituary of George Henze - Watertown, Wisc. Newspaper.
    12. Bible - George Henze.
    13. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    14. Bible - George Henze.
    15. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    16. Obituary of Emma A. (Ullrich) Henze.
    17. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    18. Obituary & Schmutzler Funeral Home "In Remembrance" Card.
    19. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    20. Obituary & Schmutzler Funeral Home "In Remembrance" Card.
    21. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    22. Bible - George Henze.
    23. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    24. Funeral Service Book.
    25. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    26. Obituary of B.A.Krueger- Watertown, Wisc.Newspaper.
    27. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    28. Funeral Service Book.
    29. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    30. Funeral Service Book.
    31. Original Obituary Newspaper Clipping.
    32. Family Memory - "Word of Mouth".
    33. Obituary of B.A.Krueger- Watertown, Wisc.Newspaper.
    34. SS Death Index.
    35. Birth Announcement Card.
    36. Certificate of Birth - State of Wisconsin.
    37. Death Certificate of Bernice K.Herrett.
    38. Original Marriage Certificate.
    39. WWI Military Discharge Papers.
    40. Original Marriage Certificate.
    41. Copy of Birth Registration.
    42. Death Certificate of George Herrett.
    43. Certified Letter of Baptism from Church.
    44. WWI Military Discharge Papers.
    45. Original Marriage Certificate.
    46. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    47. Family Bible & Official Military Correspondence.
    48. Bernice Krueger's "Forget-Me-Not" Birthday Book.
    49. Birth Announcement Card.
    50. Family Memory - "Word of Mouth".
    51. Original Certificate of Church Membership.
    52. Brochure - Graduating Exercises.
    53. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 1, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.111.6.122727.188
    54. Certificate of Baptism (Original).
    55. Family Memory - "Word of Mouth".
    56. Original Marriage Certificate, Book 577, Page 106; Douglas County, Nevada, Records., Lake Tahoe Wedding Chapel, Stateline, NV. Rev. Raymond Love with witnesses: Orville Blythe and Toni Johnson.
    57. Copy of the County Clerk's Filing, Case #526565, Final judgement granted on Jan. 30, 1985. Final decree filed March 5, 1985.
    58. Original Marriage Certificate, Book 577, Page 106; Douglas County, Nevada, Records., Lake Tahoe Wedding Chapel, Stateline, NV. Rev. Raymond Love with witnesses: Orville Blythe and Toni Johnson.
    59. Copy of Birth Registration.
    60. Original Marriage Certificate.
    61. Family Memory - "Word of Mouth".
    62. Original Marriage Certificate.
    63. Certificate of Birth - State of Colorado.

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