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51 !Landwirt, Steinhauer,Gemeindeschreiber und weit über seine Heimat hinaus bekannter und beliebter Musikant.

BIOGRAPHIE: Aus der Geschichte desMusikvereins "Edelweiß" Roßbach
Schon vor ca. 100 Jahren war in den Kirchbüchern der Pfarrei Kleinwallstadt, zu der der Kirchsprengel Roßbach gehörte, und auch in den Aufzeichnungen der Gemeinde Roßbach zu lesen, dass bei kirchlichen Festen und sonstigen Anlässen in Roßbach eine Aushilfsmusik aus unserer Nachbargemeinde Hausen mitwirkte. Wir können davon ausgehen, dass jedoch erst mit der Gründung der ersten eigenständigen Blasmusik im Jahre 1901 die eigentliche Geschichte der Roßbacher Blasmusik begann. In einem Gemeinderatsbeschluss der Gemeinde Roßbach vom Frühjahr 1901 wurde festgelegt, dass die Musik für das Spielen bei Prozessionen und Patronatsfest eine jährliche Vergütung von 35 Reichsmark erhält. In dieser Vorkriegszeit vor 1914 waren 11 Musiker aktiv, darunter je ein Musiker aus Dornau und aus Hausen.Erst zwei Jahre nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg, in dem viele Roßbacher Männer gefallen sind, fanden sich die Musikfreunde Roßbachs wieder zusammen. Georg Seitz aus Dornau war Dirigent und betreute 15 Musiker. Sieben Jahre später, im Jahre 1927, kam im fröhlichen Junggesellenverein Eintracht Roßbach ein Kreis junger Roßbacher Männer zusammen, der eine echte Musikergemeinschaft im Dorf bildete. Damals gehörten 14 Musiker dem Verein an. 
Seitz, Georg (I17656)
 
52 !Patin Clara Behr Schüßler, Clara (I5049)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sweeney, J Edward (I14232)
 
54 !RESIDENCES-PARENTS-SIBLINGS: Newspaper clipping of parents 58 wedding
anniversary in March or 1936;1936; Married name Mrs. M. Johnston, she had died
"a number of years ago" by 1936.. 
Sweeney (I7979)
 
55 !Taufpate Heinrich Nebel aus Soden

!Heinrich Anton Nebel entstammt der traditionsreichen Ebersbacher Hofbauernfamilie.

!Die Familiengeschichte ist nachzulesen in der Leidersbacher Chronik, Seite 784.

!Er hatte eine Zwillingsschwester, Amalie, verheiratet in Ettleben.

!Die Mutter Franziska verstarb 3 Tage nach der Geburt der Zwillinge.

BIOGRAPHIE: Ebersbacher Hofgut

wurde zuletzt unter Abschnitt 10 N a) angesprochen. Unter Fortsetzung der dortigen Ausführungen darf festgehalten werden, daß dieses Gut, nach den Recherchen der Nachkommen der letzten Hofbauernfamilie Seitz in Ebersbach, im Jahre 1689 ein Hanß Heinrich Strack, Hofbauer in Schmerlenbach, von Hanß I Jacob Englert in Ebersbach erwarb (siehe S. 242) und anschließend lange im Besitze der Familie Strack verblieb. Die letzten Hofgutsbesitzer des Namens Strack waren die Eheleute Heinrich Strack und Ehefrau Magdalena, geb. Hock. Sie hinterließen 3 Kinder,

- den Sohn Heinrich, der, von Geburt an stumm und geistig schwach, am
18. Febr. 1832 im Alter von 45 Jahren verstarb, dann

- eine Tochter Katharina, die sich mit einem Anton Scholz verheiratete, und

- eine weitere Tochter Elisabeth, die in erster Ehe am 30. 1. 1826 Johann Adam Seitz heiratete.

Die Eltern, Heinrich und Magdalena Strack, übergaben lt. Aussage des ObStudDir. Alfred Stapf in der Festschrift zur Einweihung der neuen Kirche St. Barabara vom 4. Dez. 1976 am 27. Nov. 1824 das Ebersbacher Hofgut an ihre Tochter Katharina, verheiratete Scholz. Die Ehe von Anton und Katharina Scholz war kinderlos geblieben. Katharina verstarb schon am 10. 3.1828 an "Auszehrung". Doch vor ihrem nahenden Tode verfügte sie testamentarisch am 28. Febr. 1828, daß das Hofgut nach dem Ableben ihres Ehemannes Anton an ihre mit J ohann Adam Seitz verheiratete Schwester Elisabeth überzugehen habe. Der Übergabe-Fall trat schon bald, nämlich mit dem schon am 5. 12. 1832 vermerkten Tod des "Hofgutsbesitzers" Anton Scholz ein. Als erreichtes Alter wurden 50 Jahre für den Ehemann festgehalten.
Der aus Leidersbach stammende Johann Adam Seitz, Sohn der Eheleute Johann und Margaretha geb. Hoh, und die 1800 geborene Elisabeth Strack hatten am 30. 1. 1826 geheiratet, wobei

- das erste Kind, Katharina am 27.6. 1826 geboren wurde und bald verstarb,

- als zweites Kind, abermals eine Katharina am 3.9. 1827, und

- als drittes Kind, Sohn J oseph Anton Seitz, am 1. 1. 1830 geboren wurde.

Doch dann verstarb der Hofbauer Johann Adam Seitz bereits am 18. Aug. 1835 im angegebenen Alter von nur 32 Jahren.
Am 22. Nov. 1836 heiratete die verwitwete Elisabeth Seitz, geb. Strack, den 1808 zu Leidersbach geborenen ledigen Johann Adam Schuck; er war der Sohn der Eheleute Jakob Schuck

Aus dieser zweiten Ehe entstammten als 1. Kind der am 28.6. 1837 geborene Sohn Johann und die Töchter Maria Anna (geb. 9. 9.1839) und Elisabeth (geb. 22. 9.1841).
Elisabeth Schuck, verwitw. Seitz, geh. Strack, verstarb am 4. März 1858 im Alter von 58 jahren. Sie veranlaßte, daß das Hofgut an ihren Sohn aus erster Ehe, Joseph Anton Seitz, übergeben wurde. Von Anton Seitz wurde das Hofgut alsdann wohl zwei Generationen weiter gegeben bis zum letzten Betreiber, Franz Adam Seitz, der es seinem am 31. 1. 1899 geborenen Sohn Amon übertrug. Doch Anton Seitz war der landwirtschaftlichen Arbeit nicht sonders zugetan. So wurde das Ebersbacher Hofgut ein Opfer des geselligen Lebenswandels seines letzten Eigentümers Anton Seitz, der zuletzt verarmte und als Heiminsasse des damaligen Altersheimes in Hösbach auf dem Nachhauseweg durch erfrieren verstarb. 
Seitz, Heinrich Anton (I13378)
 
56 " A real fine Christian lady whose nerves gave out." - Notes from Gary Mauritz's collection. Baack, Norma Luella (I9318)
 
57 "Müller" may have been her married name from a first marriage. Müller, Agnes (I17654)
 
58 "New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1931." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S332)
 
59 "Wisconsin Births and Christenings, 1826–1926." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S339)
 
60 (Limburg, Belgium) Gossenns, Christina (I7811)
 
61 (Limburg, Belgium) Jansen, Johann (I7810)
 
62 (Nee Petras) Age 85 of Kenosha. Dec. 9. Preceded into Eternal Life by husband Reinhart, twin daughters Jean and JoAnn, twin granddaughters Kim and Karen and 2 brothers. Beloved grandmother of Dawn Raabe and Debby Downing of Kenosha; Scott, Sandy, and Mark Schellin of Denver. 6 great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Memorials to the American Cancer Society appreciated. In state 9:30 AM Fri. followed by a 10:30 AM Service at: RITTER-LARSEN BROS. W. North Ave. at N. 54th St.
 
Petras, Verna (I6614)
 
63 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
Frederick came to the U.S. on the ship, the Electric, thorough the port of New York from Hamburg on November 15, 1865. That is the year the Civil War ended and President Lincoln was assassinated. He traveled with 452 other passengers. Eleven died on the ship.
The Edwards Milwaukee City Directory of 1867 listed Frederick age 47 as a plasterer living at Residence 88, Railroad. That was between 1st and 2nd Streets in ward 5. The area is now in the industrial valley of Milwaukee. 
Ihlenfeld, Frederick (I14473)
 
64 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
In 1873 Minna Klingbeil Ihlenfeld and Wilhelm Frederick Ihlenfeld were living at 672 Grove Street (now 1718 Fifth Street). They lived a block from the beautiful St. Stanislaus Cathedral which was built in 1866. Their house is now gone because it would have been too close to I 894.
The 1880 census listed Minna age 60 living next to Louis Klingbeil age 56 and his family at the 672 Grove Street residence. Since Klingbeil was Minna’s maiden name it is possible Louis was her brother or another relative. Also living there was Louis’s wife, Augusta, age 50, and their children. They were Otto age 16, Reinhold age 12, and Martha age 10. Louis was a tailor and Otto worked in the store. Since they were all born in Prussia their journey to America would have been after 1870. So it is likely that the Ihlenfelds tested the waters here and then wrote to the Klingbeils and recommended that they come too. 
Klingbeil, Wilhelmina (I14474)
 
65 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
In 1880, the Sieferts were living at 682 Reed Street. His parents were living at 680 Reed Street. By 1900 they had moved to 504 Pierce Street. Herman worked as a laborer at the Interior Woodwork Company. He later worked at the Seaman Body Company. Then he worked as a liquor salesman and he operated a tavern for several years in Milwaukee. The Sieferts were members of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church and they later were members of Gospel Lutheran Church when they moved to the north side. They were the parents of five children. After retirement they moved to Cascade where they lived with their eldest daughter, Anna Fiebelkorn. They are buried at Valhalla Cemetery in Milwaukee.
 
Siefert, Herman August (I14586)
 
66 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
The origin of the name Arndt is German and dates back to 1439.
Wilhelmina lived in the cottage until her death, but preferred to sleep in her daughter’s home.
 
Arndt, Wilhemina (I14476)
 
67 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
The origin of the name Seifert is German and dates back to 1383. .
Arnswalde was located in a marshy district about 20 miles southeast of Stargard on the railroad to Posen. This city is now in Poland and is renamed Choszcano. Eighty percent of it was destroyed during World War II.
The Sieferts had listed Wisconsin as their final destination when they left Germany. Others on the ship were planning to stay in New York. Some were going to Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Louisiana.
One of the projects Johann Seifert worked on was the Soldiers’ Home. It is now the Veterans’ Hospital at Wood, WI. He walked to work from their home at 680 Reed Street. That is now 1728 S. 2nd Street.
At retirement the Sieferts built a two-room cottage at 295 Maple Street. It is now 133 West Maple Street. The home was located in the backyard of their daughter, Augusta Milbrath’s house. These houses are no longer standing. 
Siefert, Johann (I14475)
 
68 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
Wilhelm was a boilermaker when he married Wilhelmina . A year later, Amanda, the first of their 12 children was born. They were living on Reed Street next door to Herman Siefert and his family. The Herman Sieferts lived next door to Johann and Wilhelmina Siefert. By 1880 the Ihlenfelds had moved a block away to 710 Clinton Street. They now had another child, William. In 1889 the Ihlenfelds were living at 283 9th Street. By 1894 they had moved to 1004 24½ Street. At the age of 30 William started a milk business which he operated until he was 43. Their city directory listing was “Schwartz and Ihlenfeld.” Albert F. Schwartz was his partner.
On March 31, 1892 when was 39 years old, William became a citizen of the United States. Three years later in 1895 he opened a grocery store at 1163 23rd Street. This address was also their residence. In 1899 a saloon was added. For more than 30 years they managed the business. William tended bar and Wilhelmina ran the store. The building still stands at the northwest corner of 23rd and Locust and maintains some of the original architectural character.
The census of 1900 noted that William and Wilhelmina could read, write and speak English. He had been in this country for 35 years and she had been here 38 years. Their oldest daughter, Amanda was married. Three children had died. There were eight children living at home. William, 20, was a farm laborer. Arthur, 19, and Walter, 16, were teamsters. Alfred, 15, worked as a salesman at the store. Edward was 14. Adela was 12. Edwin was 9 and Raymond was 2. Living with them was a servant, Clara Mintzlaff, 14.
Their neighbors included Otto Zimdahl, a carpenter, Otto Steubner, a laborer at a bridge shop, John Mueller, a wood finisher, Herman Teich, a foundry laborer. There was also John Raich, a scissors grinder, George Schoeller, a baker, Theodor Bohn, a brass molder, August Finch, a plasterer, Frank Marshka, a tailor, August Prager, a paper carrier and Ferdinand Gall, a brewery laborer.
The Ihlenfelds were members of St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church located at 1126 S. 5th Street. They became members of Emmaus Lutheran Church at 23rd and Hadley after they moved to the north side. They celebrated their 50 years of marriage on 1927. They were retired and living on the southwest corner of Hampton Avenue and 55th Street.
William died on December 7, 1929 after an illness of one week. 
Ihlenfeld, Wilhelm Frederick (I14471)
 
69 (Notes provided by Ethel Mary Ihlenfeld Pillman - Updated May 12, 2007)
Wilhelmina was described by her granddaughter, Esther Ihlenfeld, as “a kind, gentle, soft-spoken, woman. Many of her children inherited those characteristics.”
The Ihlenfelds were members of St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church located at 1126 S. 5th Street. They became members of Emmaus Lutheran Church at 23rd and Hadley after they moved to the north side. They celebrated their 50 years of marriage on 1927. They were retired and living on the southwest corner of Hampton Avenue and 55th Street. 
Siefert, Wilhelmina (I14472)
 
70 0!CENSUS: 1895 Iowa Census, Franklin Twp, O'Brien County, Iowa;1895;Family No 2, Age 5.

!CENSUS: 1900 US Census, Franklin Twp, O'Brien County, Iowa;1900; ED 83, Sheet 11, Family No. 370 , Age12.

DEATH-BURIAL-SPOUSE:Obituary, Commonwealth Reporter, Fond Du Lac, Fond Du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA;1976;copy
in possession of Don Harrington, Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida, USA; updated July 1997. 
Sweeney, James Lloyd (I14171)
 
71 1. Sister Marcelline Ritger, SDS
August 28, 2002 •• 480 words •• ID: wau2002082907489678
Philomena Ritger, daughter of Philip and Amelia (Schlagenhaft) Ritger was born June 27, 1912, in Marathon, diocese of La Crosse. She entered the Con-gregation of the Sisters of the Divine Savior on Aug. 26, 1931, in Milwaukee, and was invested as a novice Aug. 12, 1932, receiving the name Sister Marcelline. She made her First Vows Aug. 13, 1933, and Final Vows Aug. 13, 1939, both in Milwaukee. She began her studies for a nursing certificate at St. Mary's School/Wausau, in 1936.

Ritger, Sr. Marcelline, SDS Tuesday, August 27, 2002 Ritger, Sr. Marcelline, SDS Born to Eternal Life Sun., Aug. 25, 2002, age 90. Beloved sister of Philip Ritger, Arlene Masanz, Dolores Schueller, Loretta Blume and Sr. Rose Ann Ritger, SDS. Dear sister-in-law of Germaine Ritger. Preceded in death by her parents, Philip and Amelia Ritger; 2 sisters, Marie Knauf and Evelyn Straub; 3 brothers, Alvin, Gerold and Adolph Ritger. She is also survived by nieces, nephews, and Sisters of the Divine Savior. Visitation at ST. ANNE'S SALVATORIAN CAMPUS, 3800 N. 92nd St., Thurs., Aug. 29, 11:45 AM-1:30 PM. Mass of Christian Burial at 1:30 PM. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery Fri. at 9:30 AM. Memorials may be sent to the SDS Retirement Fund, c/o the Office of Development, 4311 N. 100th St., Milwaukee, WI 53222. KRAUSE FUNERAL HOME 9000 W. CAPITOL DRIVE 414-464-4640
 
Ritger, Sister Philomena (I15843)
 
72 10/5/93 Washington,County COURT HOUSE, WEST BEND,Wisconsin:
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE NO. 1788
WIT. HENRY KIRK AND KAROLINA HERMAN
FATHER AND MOTHER OF GROOM: JOSEPH AND MAGDALENA HERMAN
FATHER AND MOTHER OF BRIDE MICHAEL AND ELISABETH HEIM
BY PETER MINTZ
 
Herman, Edward (I5728)
 
73 12 DEC 2006
 
Source (S87)
 
74 1554 mit einem langen Spieß bewaffnet. Er mußte trotz seines sehr hohen Alters 1629 oder 1630 in Mönchberg auf dem Scheiterhaufen sterben. Reichart, Hainrich (I18472)
 
75 1560 ist er der einzige NamenstrSger in Niedernberg, Miltenberg, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany und ist mit einem Langspieß bewaffnet. 1554 zShlt kein Weissmann zu den Bewaffneten, das spricht dafür, daß der Vater, der 1551 noch unter den Türkensteuerpflichtigen gelistet ist, bereits verstorben und sein Sohn 1554 noch minderjShrig war. Weissmann, Hans (I18587)
 
76 1633 ist er noch als einziger verbliebener NamenstrSger in Johannesberg verzeichnet. 1675 nennt ihn die Huldigungsliste als Einwohner von Reichenberg Volck, Conrad (I18507)
 
77 1675 Einwohner von Oberbessenbach. Die Abstammung von Hans und Ursula aus Waldaschaff ist nicht belegt, aber hochwahrscheinlich. Welzbacher, Hans (I18255)
 
78 181 Washington Street: German Evangelical Protestant Church Family F5
 
79 1830-1837 in Augusta, Georgia
Pittsburgh
1845-1852 in Nashua, New Hampshire
1852 in Boston
1865-1870 in Cambridge

will in 1870 in Cambridge, Caroline as executor

was not married to Caroline in Massachusetts

checked New Hampshire 1860 census and 1850 census found Caroline as a widow in the 1880 census. 
Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf (I20198)
 
80 1840 Census names a John McCaddin as the head of a household with:
2 MALE + 1 FEMALE Child 5 years old or younger
1 MALE + 1 FEMALE Child between 5 - 10 years old
1 MALE Child between 15 - 20 years old
1 MALE + 1 FEMALE Person between 20-30 years old
2 MALE +1 FEMALE Person between 30 - 40 
McCaddin, John (I22197)
 
81 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 11
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 19
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p354a Age 29
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p313b Age 39 
Martin, Anton (I16944)
 
82 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 26
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 36 
Schar, Kunigunda (I15626)
 
83 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 27
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 39
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p354a Age 49
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p307a Age 59
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p073b Age 78 
Schlagenhaft, Johann S. (I15624)
 
84 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 38
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 46 
Kranz, Helena (I16943)
 
85 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 41
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 49
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p354a Age 60
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p313b Age 69 
Martin, August L. (I16945)
 
86 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 6
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 16
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p354a Age 25
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p313b Age 36 
Martin, Francisco Xaver (I15611)
 
87 1850 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015a Age 2
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p045 Age 12
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p073b Age 52
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p006b Age 62 
Schlagenhaft, Magdalena A. (I9459)
 
88 1850 Wayne, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p014b Age 2
1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p024 Age 11
1870 Hartford, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p460b Age 21
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297b Age 32
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p075a Age 51
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011a Age 60 
Gundrum, John (I8057)
 
89 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p010 Age 2
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p361b Age 12
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p069b Age 42
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p008b Age 52 
Wenninger, Wilhelmina Francisca (I15948)
 
90 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 3
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p347a Age 13
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p299a Age 23
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p069b Age 42
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p008b Age 53
1920 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p006a Age 62 
Schellinger, Adalbert (I15947)
 
91 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 32
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p347a Age 43
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p304a Age 52
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p071b Age 72
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p001a Age 83 
Schellinger, Fidelis (I8067)
 
92 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 5/12
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p347a Age 11
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p304a Age 21
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p071b Age 40
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p001a Age 50
1920 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p016b Age 60 
Schellinger, Henry (I16886)
 
93 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 8
1870 Hartford, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p460b Age 18
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297b Age 28
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p075a Age 48
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011a Age 54 
Schellinger, Katharina (I8066)
 
94 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 36
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p347a Age 45
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p304a Age 55 
Gehring, Aurelia (I8068)
 
95 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p011 Age 5 Schellinger, John (I16885)
 
96 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015 Age 11
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p345b Age 21
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297a Age 32
1900 Wayne, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p273b Age 52 
Zingsheim, Johann (I15614)
 
97 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015 Age 13
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p354a Age 23
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p313b Age 33
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p073b Age 43
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p005b Age 53 
Zingsheim, Margaret (I6948)
 
98 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015 Age 38
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p345b Age 47
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297a Age 59 
Limbach, Magdalena (I14977)
 
99 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015 Age 48
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p345b Age 59
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297a Age 68 
Zingsheim, Wilhelm (I14976)
 
100 1860 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p015 Age 5
1870 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p345b Age 15
1880 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p297a Age 25
1900 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p078b Age 45
1910 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p007b Age 54
1920 Addison, Washington County, Wisconsin, USA census p007a Age 64 
Zingsheim, Peter (I15616)
 

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