1 Descendants of William Krueger 1 William Krueger.. +Wilhelmine Gotshe... 2 Herman Krueger Theresa Tiemer March... *2nd Wife of Herman Krueger:... +Caroline Schreier Bernard Krueger... 3 Adolph Krueger... 3 Anna Wilhelmine Krueger William Seering... 3 Emma Caroline Krueger Louis Friedrich Krueger Clara Amelia Krueger Peter Walter Weber Delores Weber Lester Weber Jenny Weber... 4 Harvey Weber Stella M. Weber Emil Popp Harold Popp Ila Beatty Oscar Emil Popp Diane Dotter... 6 Kevin Popp... 6 Brenda Popp... 5 Donald Popp Robert Popp John Popp Sandy Dearth... 6 Timothy Popp... 4 Johnny Weber Loretta Weber Jesse Weber Josephine Meek... 5 Peter Weber... *2nd Wife of Jesse Weber:... +Alvera... 4 Lylas Weber Oscar Copes... 5 Oscar Copes... 5 Susan Copes... 4 Angeline "Angie" Weber Herman Dallman Jeanette Jean Dallman Thomas Schaub... *2nd Husband of Angeline "Angie" Weber:... +Walter L. "Bill" Clements George Clements... +Ivy... 5 William Clements... 4 Lester Lloyd Weber Mary Josephine Holzemer... 4 June Weber
2 ... 4 Melvin Weber Agnes... 4 Eleanor Lillian Weber Charles Ellsworth Crofoot Sandi Crofoot... +Mr. Agosti... 6 girl Agosti... 5 Charles Crofoot... 5 Cheryl Crofoot... +Mr. Powers... 6 boy Powers... 5 Sharon Crofoot... 5 James Ray Crofoot Ruby Louise Foster... *2nd Husband of Clara Amelia Krueger:... +Harry-Henry Kohl Marie Emilie Mathilde Krueger Boy Krueger Richard Franz Leonard Krueger Dorthea Louise Auguste Krueger Descendants of William Krueger Compiled by Patti Laessig at with the help of many volunteers who graciously looked up these records at the court house and church at Shawano. Generation No WILLIAM 1 KRUEGER He married WILHELMINE GOTSHE. Child of WILLIAM KRUEGER and WILHELMINE GOTSHE is: 2. i. HERMAN 2 KRUEGER, b. 02 Jul 1847, Washington Co., WI; d. 28 Aug 1910, Hartland Twp.. Generation No HERMAN 2 KRUEGER (WILLIAM 1 ) was born 02 Jul 1847 in Washington Co., WI, and died 28 Aug 1910 in Hartland Twp.. He married (1) THERESA TIEMER, daughter of CARL KUNICK. She was born 10 Dec 1855 in Germany, and died 10 Mar in Shawano, Shawano Co., WI. He married (2) CAROLINE SCHREIER Abt She was born 17 Nov 1851, and died 31 Jan 1893 in Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. Notes for HERMAN KRUEGER: Death Record Shawano Co., WI Volume 7, Page 249 Herman Krueger Died 28 Aug, 1910 Married Born 2 July 1847 Age 63 years, 1 mo., 26 days Occupation: Farmer Father: unknown Mother: Unknown Informant: Theresa Krueger, Bonduel Burial: Hartland Aug. 31, 1910 Cause of death: Injury to the spinal cord causing complete paralysis of lower half of body--18 days.
3 Notes for THERESA TIEMER: Shawano Co. Marriage Record: Volume 3 Page Aug Herman Krueger Father: William Krueger Mother: Wilhelmine Krueger nee Gotshe Occupation: Farmer Residence: Hartland Birthplace: Germantown, Milwaukee Co., WI Bride: Mrs. Theresa Tiemer Father: Carl Kunick In the part where it asked for special circumstances it was written, "wife's parents died when young therefore she did not know exactly" Shawano Co., WI Death Record Volume 18, Page 706 Theresa Krueger Died 10 March 1935 in City of Shawano Widowed Born 10 Dec in Germany 79 years, 3 mo. Father: John Kunech Mother: unknown Informant: John Thimer, Shawano Burial: Bonduel More About THERESA TIEMER: Burial: Bonduel, WI Record Change: 12 May 2002 Children of HERMAN KRUEGER and CAROLINE SCHREIER are: i. BERNARD 3 KRUEGER. ii. ADOLPH KRUEGER. iii. ANNA WILHELMINE KRUEGER, b. 11 Apr 1881, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI; m. WILLIAM SEERING. iv. EMMA CAROLINE KRUEGER, b. 01 Jan 1883, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. v. LOUIS FRIEDRICH KRUEGER, b. 27 May 1884, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. 3. vi. CLARA AMELIA KRUEGER, b. 02 Aug 1885, Bonduel or Cecil, WI; d. 27 Sep vii. MARIE EMILIE MATHILDE KRUEGER, b. 26 Mar 1887, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. viii. BOY KRUEGER, b. 25 Aug 1888, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI; d. 14 Sep 1888, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. ix. RICHARD FRANZ LEONARD KRUEGER, b. 25 Dec 1889, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. x. DORTHEA LOUISE AUGUSTE KRUEGER, b. 10 Apr 1892, Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. Generation No CLARA AMELIA 3 KRUEGER (HERMAN 2, WILLIAM 1 ) was born 02 Aug 1885 in Bonduel or Cecil, WI, and died 27 Sep She married (1) PETER WALTER WEBER 14 Jun 1903, son of CHRISTIAN WEBER and ANNA KAISER. He was born 21 Jan 1876 in Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co. Wisconsin, and died 03 Apr 1929 in Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co. Wisconsin. She married (2) HARRY-HENRY KOHL Abt. 1934, son of JOHN KOHL and SARAH WALLPOLE. He was born Notes for CLARA AMELIA KRUEGER:
4 The Stratford Journal Recently a dance was given at the Peter Weber place in the town of Eau Pleine and as refreshments for the musicians, Mrs. Weber had stewed a kettle of chicken. The odor from the lunch was so appetizing that Evan Towle, Geo. Huggins, Wm. Laessig and Duane Morrison could not resist and when opportunity offered they carried away the stew, kettle and all, and enjoyed a feast. Later the kettle was returned with apologies but Mrs. Weber failed to see the joke. A warrant was secured for the arrest of the perpetrators and they paid fines of $1.00 and costs. *** Note: difference in parents names from originally believed parents, and also interment question! [correct name appears in this genealogical lineage] Obituary Lincoln Co. Tomahawk Newspaper September 27, 1958 FUNERAL HELD FOR MRS. CLARA WEBER Funeral services for Mrs. Peter (Clara Amelia) Weber, 73, who died Saturday at Riverview hospital, were Monday afternoon in the Grace Lutheran Church. the Rev. Albin Fortney officiated. Pallbearers were Fred Hess, Ed Kohl, Tom Blume, Earl Kaeser Sr., Andrew Hulce and Elroy Kotsch. Nick and Sons funeral home took the body to Marshfield for interment. Mrs. Weber was born Aug. 2, 1885 in Cecil, Wis., to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krueger. She was married to Peter Weber June 12, 1904 and they later lived in Stratford. Mr. Weber died in Mrs. Weber lived in Prairie Rapids since 1941 and was a member of the Prairie Rapids Lutheran Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Emil (Stella Popp), Mrs. Oscar (Lylas) Copes, Mrs. Walter (Angeline) Clemens and Mrs. Charles (Eleanore) Crofoot, all of Tomahawk; four sons, Harvey and Melvin, Tomahawk, Jess, New Orleans, La., and Lester, Milwaukee. A brother, Orville, Mayville; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Janke and Mrs. William Louch, Brookfield, Wis., and Mrs. Anna Seering, Bonduel; and 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild Obituary Marshfield News Herald Mrs. Clara Kohl STRATFORD -- Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Kohl, 73, Tomahawk, a former Stratford resident who died Saturday, were held Monday at Grace Lutheran Church in Tomahawk. Burial was made in Hillside Cemetery at Marshfield. The former Clara Krueger was born Aug. 2, 1885, in Bonduel. She came to Stratford when a young woman and was married at Webertown in 1905 to Peter Weber. The conducted the pavilion at Webertown on the site of the present Riverview Ballroom. Her husband died in 1929 and her marriage to Harry Kohl took place five years later. He also preceded her in death. Mrs. Kohl moved to Tomahawk in 1943, where she had since resided. She is survived by four sons, Harvey Kohl, Bradley; Melvin Kohl, Tomahawk, Jess Kohl, New Orleans, La.; Lester Kohl, Molwaukee; four daughters, Mrs. Emil (Stella) Popp, Mrs. Charles (Eleanor) Crowfoot, and Lylas and Angeline Kohl, all of Bradley. Those from Stratford who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reed, Mrs. Emil Kotsch, Elroy Kotsch and Albert Bahr. Friends and relatives from here who called at the funeral home Sunday were Madelyn Weber, Ruby Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Conway Weber
5 and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Newman Bean, and Nick Laessig. [Note the childrens name are listed as Kohl, and should be Weber. Patti Laessig] [Note: the birthplace of Clara is given as Bonduel and also as Cecil. Her father's name is listed as both Herman and Fred Herman is correct.] More About CLARA AMELIA KRUEGER: Burial: Webertown Cemetery, Stratford, WI Record Change: 09 May 2007 Notes for PETER WALTER WEBER: OBITUARY The Stratford Journal, Friday, April 12, 1929 PETER W. WEBER Peter W. Weber a very well known resident of this village passed away at the Marshfield hospital Wednesday of last week following a two days illness. The deceased was born in Manitowoc county fifty-three years, two months and ten days ago. He was married on the 25th of June, 1904 to Miss Clara Krueger of Bonduel, Wis. To this union was born twelve children, four of which died some years ago. Mr. Weber had for several years followed the occupation of farming, but during the past few years he conducted a soft drink parlor and dance pavilion. He is survived by his widow, and eight children, four daughters, Stella, Mrs. Emil Popp, Lylas, Angeline, Elnore, four sons, Harvey, Jesse, Lester, Melvin; and one grandson. Also four brothers, Andrew Weber, L.B. Weber, Henry Weber and John Weber, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Laessig, all of Stratford. The funeral was held from the First Presbyterian church, Rev. H. G. Ellsworth officiating Saturday afternoon, April 6th. Burial was made at Marshfield. More About PETER WALTER WEBER: Burial: Webertown Cemetery, Stratford, WI Record Change: 22 Sep 2000 Notes for HARRY-HENRY KOHL: According to Sid Hatman, Harry was the father of six boys. I do believe they were born to his first wife, who I believe was named Mary. (Patti Laessig) Residence: Milwaukee, WI Children of CLARA KRUEGER and PETER WEBER are: i. DELORES 4 WEBER, d. 28 Mar More About DELORES WEBER: Burial: Webertown Cemetery, Stratford, WI Cause of Death: Black Diptheria Record Change: 11 Aug 2000 ii. LESTER WEBER, d. 28 Mar Notes for LESTER WEBER: Lester Weber was 2 years, 6 months 18 days when he died of black diptheria. He is buried in the Webertown Cemetery, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon county, WI More About LESTER WEBER:
6 Burial: Webertown Cemetery, Stratford, WI Cause of Death: Black Diptheria Record Change: 11 Aug 2000 iii. JENNY WEBER. More About JENNY WEBER: Cause of Death: stillborn Record Change: 11 Aug 2000 iv. HARVEY WEBER, b. 26 Jan 1905, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; d. 11 Jan More About HARVEY WEBER: Description: Twin of Stella Record Change: 09 May 2007 v. STELLA M. WEBER, b. 26 Jan 1905, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co. Wisconsin; d. 22 Jul 1986, Tomahawk, Lincoln Co., WI; m. EMIL POPP, 23 Jun 1926, Waukegan, IL; b. 09 Oct 1903, Town of Cleveland, Marathon County, WI; d. 20 Jun Notes for STELLA M. WEBER: OBITUARY - DEATH NOTICE The Tomahawk Leader, Wednesday, July 23, 1986, Page 5 Stella Popp Stella Popp, 81, W6550 Hwy. 8, died early Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart Hospital. Her funeral has tentatively been planned for 11 a.m. Friday, at Krueger and Sons Funeral Home, with visitation Thursday evening. Burial will be in Prairie Rapids Cemetery. A complete obituary will be published next week. OBITUARY The Tomahawk Leader, Wednesday, July 30, 1986, Page 5 STELLA M. POPP Stella M. Popp, 81, W6550 Hwy. 8, died Wednesday, July 23, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Tomahawk. Funeral services were held Friday morning at Krueger and Sons Funeral Home, the Rev. Sherman Iverson, of Grace Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial was in Prairie Rapids Cemetery, town of Nokomis. The former Stella Weber was born in Stratford on Jan. 25, 1905, the daughter of Peter and Clara [Krueger] Weber. She was married to Emil Popp on June 23, 1926, in Waukegan, Ill. He died on June 20, She was a Tomahawk area resident since Survivors include five sons, all of Tomahawk, Harold, 1969 Schoettler Rd., Oscar, W6638 Hwy. 8, John, 2149 Hwy. &, Donald and Robert, both of W6550 Hwy 8; two brothers, Melvin, Hazelhurst, and Lester, St. Petersburg, Fla.; one sister, Mrs. Eleanore Crofoot, Appleton; and three grandchildren. Note: I visited Stella at her home in Tomahawk several times over the last few years before her death. She gave me many photographs of family members, and helped me to identify them. I enjoyed her outspoken, jovial manner, matter-of-fact ways. She was a go-getter! I attended her funeral, sadly paying my last respects to a lady I'd known all my life. Patti Laessig
7 More About STELLA M. WEBER: Burial: Prarie Rapids Cem, tn of Nokomis, WI Record Change: 21 Mar 2008 Notes for EMIL POPP: BIOGRAPHY OF EMIL POPPs ANCESTORS Emil Popp [son of Herman Franz Popp and Minna Hannemann] was born 9 Oct in the town of Cleveland, Marathon Co., WI. He was married to Stella Weber born 26 Jan in the town of Eau Pleine, Marathon Co., WI. She was the daughter of Peter Weber and Clara Krueger [daughter of Herman Krueger and Caroline Schreier of Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI], granddaughter of the founders of Webertown, Eau Pleine Township, Christian and Anna Kaiser Weber. Friedrich Popp born 8 Dec in Prussia, was the son of Friedrich Popp and Carolina Marquardt. He died 15 May 1923 in Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI. Friedrich Popp married Friedericke Westphahl born 20 Jan in Prussia. She was the daughter of Fred Westphahl. Friedericke died 28 May 1925 in Hartland Township, Shawano Co., WI and is buried at St. Pauls Lutheran Church Cemetery in Bonduel. Friedrich Popp and Friedericke Westphahl had the following children: Herman Franz , Bertha Maria Sophie Popp [married Julius August Bluemke 18 Mar 1886] , Anna Popp 1869-?] [married Al Nehring 12 Oct 1888]. Richard Carl Popp [married Emilie F. L. Dahuis 4 Jan. 1901], Wilhelm Fred August Popp [married Bertha Schwertfeger], Albert Popp 1875-?] [married Frances Zogelmann 23 Sept. 1903]. Herman Franz Popp was born 29 Sept in Belle Plaine, Washington Co., WI. He died in 1939 in Stratford, Marathon Co., WI. Herman was married on 6 July 1899 to Minna A.M. Hannemann born 23 Sept in Green Grove, Clark Co., WI. Minna died 3 Oct Minna was the daughter of Gust and Lena (Zelle) Hannemann. Children of Herman and Minna Popp were: Emil, Richard, Albert, Anna, John, Herbert, Leona, Lynda, Dorothy, Alma, and Lucille. More About EMIL POPP: Record Change: 02 Jun 2007 vi. JOHNNY WEBER, b. 11 Jun More About JOHNNY WEBER: Cause of Death: died in infancy Record Change: 11 Aug 2000 vii. LORETTA WEBER, b. 31 Oct 1907, Cleveland Township, Marathon Co., WI. Notes for LORETTA WEBER: Birth Certificate: Vol. 20, Page 254, Marathon County, WI No. in order of birth: 4 time: 4 p.m. Father: Peter W. Weber, age 32 Delivered by Henry S. Wahl, Stratford field Nov 4, 1907 by Frank J. Curtain, Local registrar
8 Mother: Clara Krieger, age 22 viii. JESSE WEBER, b. 11 Aug 1913, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; d. 1978; m. (1) JOSEPHINE MEEK; m. (2) ALVERA. Notes for JESSE WEBER: ARTICLE THE STRATFORD JOURNAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1932 J. WEBER AND RAYMOND KNOPS PLEAD GUILTY Jess Weber, arrested Tuesday by Sheriff Simon Schaumburger in Milwaukee, and Raymond Knops, arrested near Stratford Tuesday night by Deputy Sheriff, L. B. Weber, were arraigned before Judge G. J. Leicht, on Wednesday, charged with assault and robbed while armed. They both pleaded of the charge. (sic). They will no doubt receive sentence Saturday. It is charged that the two men, who are residents of Stratford neighborhood, assaulted and robbed Julius Haroldson about 2 oclock last Friday morning. ix. LYLAS WEBER, b. 19 Nov 1914; d. 1979; m. OSCAR COPES. Notes for LYLAS WEBER: Lylas Weber Copes lived in the town of Nekomis. x. ANGELINE "ANGIE" WEBER, b. 01 Jul 1916, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; d. Nov 1967; m. (1) HERMAN DALLMAN; b. 1912; m. (2) WALTER L. "BILL" CLEMENTS; b. 14 Nov 1907, Tomahawk, Lincoln Co., WI; d. Sep 1985, Tomahawk, Lincoln Co., WI. Notes for ANGELINE "ANGIE" WEBER: Birth Record: Vol 34, P. 1093, Marathon County, WI Angeline Weber born July 2, 1916 Father: Peter W. Weber, age 40 Mother: Clara Kreuger, age 29 No. Child: 8, No. living: 5 C.O. Fuller, Phys., Stratford filed Aug 2, 1916 A. W. Helmke, registrar Notes for WALTER L. "BILL" CLEMENTS: Obituary The Daily Herald Wausau - Merrill, Wis. Thursday, September 19, 1985 Walter Clements Walter L. Clements, 77, 4833 Willow Dam Road, Hazelhurst, died Wednesday evening at the Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff. Mr. Clements and his wife Angeline owned and operated Bill and Angies Resort on the Willow Flowage. He also worked for the Oneida County Highway Department, retiring in He was born Nov. 14, 1907 in Tomahawk, son of A.D. and Sarah Clements. His wife died in Survivors include a son, William, Route 2, Tomahawk; a stepson, George, 1117 Burrough Lake Road, Tomahawk; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Thomas (Jean) Schaub, Merrill; a brother, Frances
9 Clements, 4829 Willow Dam Road, Tomahawk; seven sisters, Mrs. Al (Geneva) Schiltz, Tomahawk, Mrs. Thomas (Norma) Turnbull, Route 5 Tomahawk, Mrs. Leo (Edna) Frawley, Mesa, Ariz., Mrs. Oliver (Ethel) Gustafson, Brantwood, Mrs. Pat (Grace) Frawley, Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Della Dahlon, Milwaukee, Mrs. Cella Richtig, Iron Mountain, Mich.; 13 grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 11 am Friday at Krueger and Sons Funeral Home, Tomahawk. Speaker Kenneth Skinner of the Jehovahs Witnesses of Woodruff will officiate. Burial will be at Prairie Rapids Cemetery, Tomahawk. Friends may call from 5 to 8 pm today at the furneral home. More About WALTER L. "BILL" CLEMENTS: Record Change: 10 May 2007 xi. LESTER LLOYD WEBER, b. 04 Jul 1917, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; m. MARY JOSEPHINE HOLZEMER, 01 Jun 1943, Tampa, FL. Notes for LESTER LLOYD WEBER: This was the second son name Lester by his mother, as Clara liked the name so much that after the death of her first son named Lester, who died at 2-1/2 years of black diptheria, she named this son, born in 1919 Lester also. Birth Record: Vol. 35, P Marathon County, WI Lester Lloyd Weber Born July 4, a.m. Father: Peter W. Weber age 42 Mother: Clara Dreuger age 31 (should be Krueger) No. of child of this mother: 9th, living, 6 filed Aug A.W. Helmke, Local Registrar Article The Stratford Journal Jan. 23, 1941 LES WEBER ENTERS WISCONSIN RAPIDS MEET With 11 semi-finalists in the seventh annual Central Wisconsin Golden Gloves tournament already picked as a result of elimination bouts held January 15, the stage is set for the second night of eliminations in Lincoln Field house in Wisconsin Rapids next Wednesday, January 29, starting at 7:30 p.m. Among the boys who will be seen in action in the January 29 show are Les Weber of Stratford, defending the welterweight crown he won in 1940, and Don Ellis, of Wisconsin Rapids, middleweight champion a year ago who is fighting in the light-heavyweight ranks Golden Gloves performers and a fine looking crop of newcomers this year. Many other veteran will trade punches in their bids for places on the central Wisconsin team which will compete in the Chicago tournament of champions late in February. Survivors of next Wednesdays bouts, together with those who came through undefeated in the January 15 eliminations, will come together here February 19 in the semi-finals and finals to determine the eight championships at stake. Leather slingers who reached the semi-finals as a result of the first night of action in the tournament last week include the following: Flyweight Antol Sanchez, Camp Elcho; Bantamweight Fred Varela, Camp Cochrane; Fetherweight Tony Gamache, Hurley; Lightweights Jerry Berard, Wausau and George Kopczynski, Camp Hixton,
10 Welterweight Oscar Flores, Camp Cochrane; Middleweight, Edward Sawaska of Wisconsin Rapids, and Peter Vandermere of Camp Hixton; Light-Heavyweight Moses Winnesheik of Camp City Point and Light Heavyweight Donald Olson of Taylor. Boxers have until midnight Friday, January 24, to mail their entry blanks for the January 29 eliminations. Advance ticket sales indicate a great crowd for the second night of the tournament Article The Stratford Journal Jan. 30, 1941 LES WEBER, TWO SCHAR BOYS WIN AT RAPIDS From what information we are able to get, we learn that Les Weber and the two Schar boys, Harvey and Wes, won their fights at Wisconsin Rapids Wednesday evening. The two Schars won by knockouts, one a technical, in the first and second rounds. Les Weber won his first fight from a CCC boy in the first round, and won his second from Florian Gust of Hewitt by decision. These boys will enter the finals at Wisconsin Rapids, February 17th Article The Stratford Journal Feb. 20, 1941 WEBER, W. SCHAR WIN AT GOLDEN GLOVES Les didnt have an easy time of it last Wednesday night at Wisconsin Raids, but he won anyway. He won a decision from Flossy Gust of Auburndale, and now will go to the championship Golden Gloves in Chicago. Les went down last year, and still thinks that he gave his opponent there a mighty good fight. He is quite confident this year of winning in Chicago. He is the ony 1940 champion to repeat. Wesley Schar, fighting in the 118-pound class, knocked out Joe Gust of Nekoosa in the second round to cinch his trip to the Chicago Golden Gloves. The same evening he had won his semi-final fight from Orland Radke of Stevens Point with a knock-out. Harvey Schar, Wes brother, lost his first fight to Bill Sickles of Wisconsin Rapids on a decision, but was given the right to fight in the finals when Sickles was unable to go on. However, Harvey lost that fight too, by a decision, to Ken Brenner of Stevens Point. More About LESTER LLOYD WEBER: Record Change: 28 May 2007 Notes for MARY JOSEPHINE HOLZEMER: The wedding announcement for Lester & Mary Jo's wedding reads: Mrs. Ethel M. Holzemer announces the marriage of her daughter Mary Josephine to Lester Lloyd Weber Staff Sergeant, Air Corps, United States Army on Tuesday, the frst of June One thousand nine hundred and forty-three Tampa, Florida More About MARY JOSEPHINE HOLZEMER: Record Change: 28 May 2007
11 xii. JUNE WEBER, b. 15 Apr 1919, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; d. 15 Apr 1919, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI. More About JUNE WEBER: Cause of Death: Stillborn Record Change: 22 Sep 2000 xiii. MELVIN WEBER, b. 21 Dec 1922, Eau Pleine Township, Marathon Co., WI; m. AGNES. Notes for MELVIN WEBER: Birth Record: Vol. 42, Page 373, Marathon Co., WI Melvin Weber Born Dec. 22, A.M. Father: Peter Weber, age 45 Mother: Clara Kreiger, age 32 Now living 7, born alive, now dead, 3 Father's occupation: Laborer Mother: Housewife Dr. G. F. Murphy Phys, Stratford field Feb 11, 1922 A.W. Helmke, Regisrar xiv. ELEANOR LILLIAN WEBER, b. 24 Apr 1926, Stratford, Marathon Co., WI; m. SR. CHARLES ELLSWORTH CROFOOT, 28 Jul 1950; b. 30 Dec 1924, Cassion Township, WI.