Sunnyside CemeteryRecords A thru F
Edited by Mike Reilly,additional updates provided by Morgan Pfaff,
Town of Menomonee, WaukeshaCounty, Wisconsin
Originallycopied from tombstone and other available cemetery records by Mrs. Edith M.Tallmadge, Curator of Waukesha County Museum and County Historian, assisted byMrs. Miriam Wood of the Waukesha County Medical Society Auxiliary. 1849 -approx. 1963. Some entries have additional material added from Register of Deeds office, Waukesha, forfuller family information.
Note: Some ofthe following information originated from the Waukesha County Historical Society& Museum’s Research Center, 101 W. Main Street, Waukesha, WI 53186 (262)521-2859 www.waukeshacountymuseum.org.
Note: More recent burials have been entered by Mike Reilly- Editorthrough October 2002
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History of SunnysideCemetery
Theorigin of Sunnyside Cemetery is hidden in obscurity.
OnOctober 29, 1846, the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 8 in the town of Menomoneewas deeded to Joel Bancroft. Sunnyside Cemetery is located in this parcel ofland.
Thefirst burial was Betsy Waterman, age 32, who died in 1847. She is not buriednear the Bancroft lots so it is assumed that she was not related to them.
JoelBancroft died in 1848. In December of 1848 this parcel was sold to Abner Rowewho sold it to Daniel and Charity Smith in May of 1851.
On March3, 18855, the Menomonee Center Cemetery Association was organized. There wereseven recorded burials prior to this date and from their locations it is obviousthat the cemetery was platted out at some prior time, although there is norecord of a cemetery being in any of the deeds or abstracts for this parcel ofland.
On January3, 1862, one acre comprising the original plat was deeded to the MenomoneeCenter Cemetery Association by Daniel and Charity Smith. On October 1, 1888Daniel Smith’s son, George and his wife, Elizabeth deeded the First Addition tothe cemetery. This is the area from the big maple trees down highway 74, thenknown as Waukesha road.
In Juneof 1892, the name of Menomonee Center Cemetery Association was changed toMenomonee Union Sunnyside Cemetery and in June of 1894 changed again toMenomonee Sunnyside Cemetery. Later in 1894 it was re-named again to SunnysideCemetery.
In 1898 anarrow strip of land on the south and west sides containing a row of maple treeswas sold to the cemetery for $1.00 by George and Elizabeth Smith. In 1922 a 11/2 acre strip of land on the north side was purchased from Nicholas and AnnaLauer, and in 1960 a 4.022 acre parcel on the south and west side was purchasedfrom Alvin and Charles Smith.
It wasdiscovered that both the State of Wisconsin and Waukesha County claimed to haveno record of the cemetery being organized or incorporated, so on February 24,1975 the Sunnyside Cemetery Association was re-organized and incorporated inaccordance with the regulations of the State of Wisconsin. Old records in ourpossession indicate that the incorporation of the Menomonee Center CemeteryAssociation of March 3, 1855 was indeed recorded in Vol. 1, page 37 by Wm. R.Williams, Register of Deeds, Waukesha County on March 28, 1855!
As ofApril 15, 2000, Sunnyside Cemetery contains 2278 burials with probably a fewmore early burials in unmarked graves or those where stones were broken off.
Negotiations are presently under way to acquire an additional 9.6 acres behindthe cemetery for future expansion.
Dated April 18, 2000
Article submitted by LoisClementi (Rec’d June 5, 2002)
Abbott, Timothy, 1885 – 1936
Abel, Konrad, 1903 – 1982
Abel, Rosie A., 1906 – 1980
Acheson, Robert C. “Bud”, 1928 –
Acheson, Muriel A. “Whip”, 1929 – 1986
Achilles, Reuben E., married Clara on 12/24/1930, 2/24/1906 -1/3/1996
Achilles, Clara M., (nee. Rickerman), of Menomonee Falls,b. 4/19/1907, d. July 12, 2000, age 93 years.Beloved wife of the late Reuben. Beloved mother of Alice (the late Alvin)Johnson and Carol (Myron “Bud”) DeLany. Dear sister-in-law of Evelyn(Howard) Nemetz and Leona Rickerman. Further survived by 7 grandchildren, 11great grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Clara was alife time member of the Aurora Chapter #84 O.E.S. and a member of the WhiteShrine, Amaranth and the True Kindred. She also was a member of EmmanuelCommunity United Methodist Church in Menomonee Falls.
Ackerman, Lorenz or Lawrence (husband),Anna (wife), b. Mar. 20, 1838; d. June 6, 1920
Ackermann, Bertha F., 1891 – 1967, with Otto.
Albert, Raymond C., of Germantown, WI., b. 1920, d. Feb. 24, 2002 at theage of 81 years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred. Beloved fatherof Gail (Michael) Poppert and RaeAnn Van Goethem. Loving grandpa of Chriss (Joe)Subak, Nadine (Rick) Smith, David (Yohana) Poppert and Amy (Kevin) Poshepny.Dear great-grandpop of Zachary, Benjamin, Samuel, Sophie, Michael, Ethan,Gabriel, Edward and Jacob. Fond brother of Harvey. He was also preceded in deathby his brothers, Joseph, George and James. A Mass at St. Anthony’s CatholicChurch, N74 W13604 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls. Ray was a member of theGermantown VFW Post and was employed at Bunzel’s Meat Market until his passing.
Albert, Mildred N., 1921 – 1978
Alberts, Ruth L., 10/7/1911 – 6/23/1985
Albrecht, Frederick, 1870 – 1900
Allister, John W., 1913 – 1979
Allister, Kunigunde, married John on 6/15/1940,
Allister, Paul A., 1955 –
Allister, Deodis (?) A., married Paul on 1/13/1982, 1950 -1993
Amend, Loretta N., (Nee Neuser). of Brookfield., b. 7/27/1927, d. Tues.,Feb. 20, 2001, age 82 years. Beloved wife of Donald F. (b. 11/4/1916) for 59 years (married on 6/3/1942). Loving motherof Judy (Herb), Mary, Dave (Delores), Kathy (Reid) and Patte. Proud grandmotherof Chris, Joe, Kevin, Patrick, Skip and Andy and great-grandmother of Kari andNicole. Sister of Cecelia Krippner, Eldred and Hilda. Also survived by hernieces, nephews. Visitation at ST.JOHN VIANNEY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1755 N. Calhoun Rd., Brookfield.
Andersen, Katheryn K. “Katie”, (nee Fritz), b.1/22/1960, d. November 4, 2000 age 40 years. Beloved wife (married6/18/1993) of Richard “Rich” (b. 4/16/1959). Dear mother of 2 Bassett Hounds Molee and Winnee. Special daughter ofWillys and Leanne Fritz. Dearest sister and best friend of Susan (Kevin) Luederand Daniel (Tina) Fritz. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relativesand friends. Preceded in death by Bassett Hound Buffy. Visitation at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, W156 N8131 Pilgrim Rd., MenomoneeFalls.
Anderson, Anna, 1890 – 1968
Anderson, Hulda, 1885 – 1975
Anderson, Kristine, 1954 – 1954
Anderson, Kristine, d. Mar. 1, 1854
Anderson, Walter E. “Andy”, b. 1917, d. Feb. 11, 2000, age 82 years of Menomonee Falls. Beloved husbandof the late Margaret. Survived by his sister, Doris Anderson. Dear father of thelate Thomas and Kristine. Also survived by his other children, Walter (Nancy),Donald and Michele (Mark). Dear grandpa of Michael (Roberta), Sherry, Nicholasand Benjamin. Great-grandpa of Tony, Rebecca and Jessica. Funeral Services at Grace Lutheran Church, N87 W16171 Kenwood Blvd., MenomoneeFalls. Walter was a proud veteran of the US Army and WW II.
Anderson, Margaret L., 1916 – 1990
Anderson, John R., 1928 –
Anderson, Donna Mae, 1932 – 1992
Anderson, Earl A., 3/15/1936 – 5/2/1997, SP4 US Army
Anderson, Nancy A., married Earl on 12/30/1961, 12/4/1938-
Anderson, Patricia A., married Wayne (b. 1931) on 5/18/1957,1937 – 1987
Appel, Fred W., 2/24/1893 – 10/21/1980
Arndt, Henry, 1/18/1880 – 3/12/1936
Arndt, Wanda, dau., 1917 – 1983
Asher, Alfred A., 8/21/1948 – 7/2/1997
Astradkovich, Katherine, 1907 – 1981
Augustat, Albert 1914 – 1998
Augustat, Gertrud, 1921 – 1996
Axt, Adam, 7/28/1924 – 8/10/1996, QM2 U.S. Navy WWII
Axt, Ruth C., married Adam on 8/17/1946, 1922 –
Axt, Ruth C. (Nee Doll) Of Menomonee Falls. April 17, 2008, age 85 years. Beloved wife of the late Adam. Caring mother of Andrea (Bruce) Ott and Jeffrey (Joanne) Axt. Loving grandma of Darla (Matt) Grenawalt, Wade, Wendy (Lance) Trzebiatowski, Joe, Julia and Jessica. Dear great-grandma of Kortni, Gehrig, Gaige and Jocelyn. Dear sister of Jack Doll, Lois Berres and Betty Korntved. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Funeral Service Sun., April 20, at 3PM, AT THE FUNERAL HOME followed by burial at Sunnyside Cemetery, Lannon. Visitation Sunday 1PM until time of the Service. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave. Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630
Baer, Isaac R., retired merchant, 3/9/1832, d. 10/9/1904
Baier, Albert, 1899 – 1967
Baier, Clara, 1902 – 1989
Baker, Steven Matthew, son of Harry & Simone, d. 1/28/1969
Bakula, Marjorie C., nee Schmidt, 1932 – 1989
Balakhnin, Vladimir October 23, 2008, age 63. Beloved husband of Zhanna for 41 years. Beloved father of Vladislav Balakhnin, Irina Golemgeske (Chris Cauwels) and Brent Golemgeske. Loving grandfather of Elaina, Maxwell and Vladimir. Dear uncle of Anton Grots. Funeral Services Monday, Oct. 27, 7PM at the Funeral Home. Visitation Monday at the Funeral Home, from 4PM until time of Service. Interment Sunnyside Cemetery. Vladimir was the owner of Electric Motors and Sales for 17 years, where he worked closely with Jean Schwichtenberg and as a business owner, he was kind and unselfish in helping many people that needed a job or something done. HARDER FUNERAL HOME 18700 W. Capitol Dr. 262-781-8350
Baldwin-Wolfe, Sadie Rachel, 1/9 – 12/29/1995
Balfour, Ina, nee Ferris, 1923 – 1970
Ball, George J., 3/17/1893 – 4/10/1960
Bancroft, Francis, son of John, b. 1/21/1788 in E. Windsor,VT., d. 10/20/1882
Bancroft, Esther, nee Warren, wife of Francis and dau. ofCharles & Sarah Warren, b. 8/13/1790 in Sunderland, VT, d. 1/19/1882
Bancroft, T.S., b. 1803, d. 7/21/1866, ae. 63 yr.
Bancroft, Laren, or Laura, wife of Deroy, b.?, d. 5/1/1860
Bancroft, George H., son of ?, 1828 – 1905
Bancroft, Amanda, nee Minor, wife of George H. and dau. of Wm.Minor and Maria Webb, b. 3/1/1832 in NY, d. 3/4/1913
Menomonee Falls News Mar 9, 1913
AGED WOMAN PASSES AWAY. Mrs. George M. Bancroft Dies at Her Home on Monday.”Amanda” Bancroft, as she was affectionately know to her manyrelatives and friends passed on to her reward at her house in the village,Monday, Mar 8, aged 82 years. At her bedside were her daughter and son. She wasin excellent health up to a week before the end, but on the evening of February25 she suffered a slight paralytic stroke, which was the primary cause of death.Her going marks the rapidly decreasing number of those rugged pioneers ofWisconsin’s early days. Mrs. Bancroft was the daughter of William and MariaMINOR of Riga, Monroe county, New York, where she was born on Mar 4,(?) 1832. Inthe year 1847 her parents came to Wisconsin by way of the Great Lakes, the tripbeing made in September and the voyage proved a stormy one. They arrived inMenomonee and settled on what is now known as the Minor farm. In the yearsfollowing the deceased and her family labored steadily to complete the home. OnNov. 4, 1849, she was united in marriage to George Bancroft. They were blessedwith four children, three of whom are now living. They are Mrs. Ella WOOD ofWaupaca, Charles, who resides here, and Bert, of Waukesha. Time had dealt kindlywith this noble pair and they were spared to celebrate their golden weddinganniversary in 1899. Mrs. Bancroft died in 1905. Of her family one sisterremains, Mrs. Jane SMITH of Milwaukee.
There are three grand-children and three great grand-children.The deceased as a devoted member of the M. E. Church. A woman of fine character,always bliging and thought…”
Bancroft, George E., son of?, 1878 – 1919
Bancroft, Charles E., 1859 – 1932
Bancroft, Philena A., dau. of B.M. and A.M., d. 12/24/1851,ae. 13 mo., weather-beaten marker.
Bancroft, ?, d. 10.9/1865, ae. 11yr.
Bancroft, Thaddeus Foster (no relation to wife Evalenah), b.6/28/1803, Winchester, N.H., d. 7/21/1866
Bancroft, Evalenah, nee Bancroft (no relation to husbandThaddeus), wife of Thaddeus F., and dau. of Francis & Esther Bancroft (seeabove), b. 1/26/1811 in Geddes, N.Y., d. 9/16/1891
Bancroft, Georgiana, dau. of T. & E., b. 1/8/1840, d.4/7/1882
Bancroft, Daniel L., son of Joel, b. 17??, d. ?
Bancroft, Dimmis, wife of Daniel L. ?, b. 1800, d. about 1874
Bancroft, Ransom L., son of Daniel and Dimmis, b. ? in N.Y.,d. 10/31/1903, served in Wisconsin Infantry, Co. I.
Barisas, Robert F., joined his parents Joe and Rose and hissister Sharon Jan. 24, 2003. Age 59 years. Beloved husband of Linda (neeAnderson). Loving father of Mylinda (Scott) Barisas-Matula, Rebecca, Kelly andMegan. Special grandpa of Rose, Skye and Chase. Dear brother of Joseph Jr.(Jackie) and David (Diane). Further survived by other relatives andfriends. Funeral Services at St. John Ev. Lutheran Church, 20851 W. MainSt., Lannon
Barnes, Adolph A. “Al”, 6/15/1923 – 12/17/1992, 1stLt. US Army Air Corp., Pilot 8M+ Air Force 490th Bomb Group
Barnes, Mary Ann, nee Racich, married Al on 11/29/1952,2/27/1932 – 7/7/2002, of Sussex, wife of the late Adolph “Al”. Motherof Mary Ellen, John and the late Laurel. Grandma of Allison. Sister of DanielRacich. Mass at St. James Historic Chapel, W220 N6588Townline Rd., Menomonee Falls
Barnes (Waldrop), Laurel Sue, d. June 28, 1999, age 43years, husband Lee Waldrop, buried July 17, 1999.
Barrow, Clarence A., 1927 – 1963
Barry, James, b. Nov. 1853, d. 11/21/190?
Barry, Gloria J., 3/12/1925 – 5/19/1998
Bartelt, Edward E., 1905 – 1973
Bartelt, Mary Pamelia, nee MacQueen, 1899 – 1957
Bartling, Raymond R., 5/12/1918 – 10/8/1997, MSgt U.S. AirForce, WWII
Bartling, Harry W., 11/23/1927 – 7/13/2000, Pfc. US Army AirForces WWII
Bartling, Rita, married Harry W. on 6/23/1951, 2/8/1931-
Bassuener, David J., 1930 – 1983, 1st Lt. US Army
Bast, Walter, 1906 – 1994
Bast, Bertha, 1904 – 1978
Bast, Gloria J., 1925 – 1999
Bast, John C., 1924 – 1968
Basting, Frieda A., 1905 – 1974
Basting, Harold W., 1908 – 1992
Baures, George Theodore, 4/7/1929 – 10/13/1975
Baures, Mary Ann “Granny”, married George on2/12/1953, 2/10/1937 – 11/30/1992
Beavin, Heidi, 2/7/1977 – 5/30/1977, wooden cross
Beck, Donald J., 7/2/1921 – 11/9/1997, Pfc. U.S. Army AirForce, WW II
Beck, Alice H., 6/28/1929 – 1/14/1992
Becker, George J., 11/21/1903 – 10/11/196?
Becker, Florence E. (A.?), nee Pickhardt, age 89 of Meno.Falls, wife of George J.,
Becker, Fred, 1872 – 1949
Becker, Susanna, 1864 – 1947
Becker, William P., 1906 – 1997
Becker, Mildred E.
Becker, Kevin, 1965 – 1965
Becker, Gert. T., married Norman on 5/1/1948, 6/22/1923-
Becker, Suzanne K., 11/21/1950 –
Becker, Robert R., 6/12/1951 –
Becker, Norman G., 11/27/1926 –
Beecher, Susan “Suzabelle”, 7/4/1971 – 1/13/1998
Behling, Barbara, nee Bloedel, 1888 – 1969
Behling, Arthur F., 1881 – 1973
Behling, Leland R. “Lee”, 10/1/1963 – 12/12/1996
Beecham, Mary J., wife of Frederick, b. 7/17/1854 in Illinois,d. 1/14/1896
Bence, George, son of Francis & Lena Horn, b. 4/14/1834 or37 in Washington Co., Wis., d. 3/10/1927, Civil War marker.
Bence, Irene, nee Howard, wife, b. 12/18/1848, d. 3/31/1918
Bence, Lewis, b. 10/18/1877, d. 3/4/1885
Bence, Ethel, b. ?, d. 4/16/1885
Bence, Martin, 1851 – 1936
Bence, Amelia, 1858 – 1951
Bence, Allen, 1882 – 1947
Bence, Louis, 1889 – 1944
Bence, Oliver, 1912 – 1913
Bence, Joseph, 1887 – 1888
Bence, Magolany, d. ae. 24 yr., a date of 9/1/1812 (whichprobably isn’t correct)
(One of the above graves – a Veteran “Ruhr Sanft”)
Benko, Harold E. “Harry”, b. 1931, d. Tues., June29, 1999, husband of Shirley (nee Jahn). Father of Bonnie
(Bill) Shore, Patty (Rod) Jahn and Tom Benko. Papa of Nick, Katie and JacobShore. Fond brother of Dolores (Vic) Diciaula. Brother-in-law of Judy Burke.Funeral at St. Anthony Church, N74 W13604 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls
Benko, Shirley A. Age 75. Of Menomonee Falls. Passed away peacefully on August 25, 2008. Loving mother of Bonnie (Bill) Shore, Patty (Tim) Strack and Tom (Teri) Benko. Proud nana (grandma) of Nick, Katie, Jacob and Jack. She is further survived by her sister Judy Burke, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold, in 1999. Funeral Services will be held on Wed., August 27, 2008, at 11AM, AT THE FUNERAL HOME. Burial to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery. Visitation from 9AM until the time of Services at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated for the Aurora VNA Zilber Family Hospice, PO Box 370196, Milwaukee, WI 53237-9903. The family would like to give a special thank you to the Aurora VNA Zilber Hospice for the special care they provided to Shirley. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave. Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630
Bennett, William, b. 11/25/1845, d. 11/30/1???
Benson, Annie Larson, “Tree Planted in Memory of”,1904 – 1998
Benson, Bruce E., 1941 –
Benson, Donna L., 1950 – 1983
Bernarde, William J., Sr. “Bill”, of Lakewood, WI.,formerly of Menomonee Falls. b. 12/14/1931, d. July 17, 1999. Age 67 years. Marriedto Delores (b. 8/27/1933) on 2/14/1958. Loving father of Glenda (Dale) Zimmerman and William (Ida) Bernarde,Jr. Dear grandpa of Elissa, Hannah and Wyatt Zimmerman and Michael and AmandaBernarde. Further survived by brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, otherrelatives and friends. Cpl. US Army. Funeral at St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, 20801 W.Forest View Ave., Lannon.
Bernhardt, John, 1880 – 1938
Bernhardt, Katherine, 1885 – 1951
Bernhardt, Jacob, 1891 – 1973
Bertschey, Samuel, 1832 – 1916
Bertschey, Jane A., 1840 – 1913
Bertschey, ?, 1870 – 1872
Bettin, Maynard E., 3/18/1919 – 12/18/1968, Wisconsin Tec5 HQCo.. Base M WWII
Biederman, Viola, dau. of Gottlieb & Caroline Biederman,b. 10/5/1899, d. 5/29/1900
Bierman, Harry C., 1910 – 1982
Bierman, Idella, 1910 – 1986
Biertzer, Jacob P., 1907 – 1978
Biertzer, Ivy M., 1900 – 1964
Bierwirth, Esther, 6/8/1909 – 9/29/1993
Bina (or Dina), Martin, b. 12/22/1877, d. 1/21/1895
Bintz, LaVerne J., b. 2/8/1930, d.March 16, 2001, age 71 years. Loving wife of Gerald R. (b.6/19/193), married on 11/10/19511. Belovedmother of Cindy (Mark) Draeger, Sue (Mark) Naumann, Daniel (Dr. Sharon), Steve(Kathy), Denise (Rev. Paul) Schleis, Patty (Paul) Schwabe and Robbi. Deargrandma of 20. Sister of Ralph (Merilyn) Volkmann. Visitation at St. John’sEv.Lutheran Church, 20801 W. Forrest View Dr., Lannon
Bintz, Gerald R. Age 76 years. Monday March 31, 2008. Loving father of Cindy (Mark) Draeger, Sue (Mark) Naumann, Daniel, Steve (Kathy), Denise (Rev. Paul) Schleis, Patty (Paul) Schwabe and Robbi (Kathy). Proud grandpa of 22. Great- grandpa of 6. Brother of Clem (Arlene) and Roger (Helen) Bintz. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his wife LaVerne of 49 years and Jane of 3 years. Funeral Services Sunday, April 6, 2008, at 3:00 PM, at St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, 20851 W. Main St., Lannon. Burial to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery, Lannon. Visitation on Sunday at the church from 1:00 PM until time of service. Jerry was the founder and former owner of Bintz Heating and Cooling. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, Lannon or Wisconsin Lutheran High School. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630
Binzak, Carol J., (nee Jung) age 50 years, of Menomonee Falls,d. Wednesday, April 21, 2004. Wife of Rick. Stepmother of Erin. Daughter ofBarbara and the late Harold Jung. Sister of Linda (Ron) Jaeger, Jim (Susan) Jungand the late Paul Jung. Daughter-in-law of Paul and Audrey Binzak. Aunt of Jill(Kevin) Kramer and Dan Jaeger. Great aunt of Jonah. Funeral Services SundayApril 25, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, W156 N8131 Pilgrim Rd., MenomoneeFalls. Carol was a long time employee of Community Memorial Hospital ofMenomonee Falls, serving most recently as its Director of Operations,Rehabilitation and Respiratory Services.
Birkholz, August (father), b. 1/23/1865, d. 7/9/1925
Birkholz, Wilhelmina, b. 7/6/1864, d. 1/24/1926
Birkholz, Walter, son, b. 4/3/1906, d. 4/10/1906
Birkholz, ?, 17?? – ?
Birkholz, Emma, 23 Apr 1892-23 Jan 1914
Birkholz, Frank, 17 Sept 1900-14 July 1951
Bittner, Lynn M., nee Olsen, 7/11/1945 – 7/16/1999, mother ofBrooke (Brad) Wilman and Brad (Claire) Bittner. Grandma of Brynne and Lilly.
Blaney, Walter A., 1921 – 1991, SK1 US Coast Guard WWII
Blaney, Gwendaline M., 1916 – 1984, Sgt. US Army WWII
Blankenhagen, Florence, 1915 – 1983
Bleck, Rudolph H., 1902 – 1981
Bleck, Dorothy M., 1913 – 1993
Bloedel, William, 1884 – 1936
Bloedel, Ella, 1895 – 1975
Bloedel, Carl F., 1886 – 1959
Blunt, Angel Bourbon, 1902 – 2002
Bolen, Roy F., 1908 – 1958
Bolen, Beryl, 1912 – 1996
Bolin, Mary L., 1926 – 1966
Bolin, Jack, 1917 – 1956
Bolin, George H., 1949 – 1967
Bond, Jane Alice, 11/29/1921 – 7/30/1989
Boon, Carrie, 1884 – 1939
Born, Elsie, 1887 – 1969
Bowen, Richard H., 11/9/1941 – 3/22/1984, Pfc. US Marine Corps
Bowen, Patricia, A. 1945 –
Braeker, Richard 1934 –
Braeker, Elna, 1934 –
Braeker, Susan, 1967 – 1994
Brammer, Geraldine M., nee Shawver, 11/4/1927 –
Brammer, Harry M. Jr., 7/4/1923 – , WWII
Brandt, Lillian E., 12/30/1894 – 3/22/1972
Brandt, Raymond A., b. 4/24/1922, d. January 5, 2000. age 77 years, of Menomonee Falls. Belovedhusband of Marian (nee Hapke). Loving father of Judith (Hans) Knudsen, Diane(Mike) Deckow, Deborah Kringel and Thomas (Mary) Brandt. Dearest grandfather ofAthena (Gary) Pagel, Lisa (Jay) Goltz, Vanessa and Candace Knudsen, Sandy (Mike)Gall, Lynne (Donald) Nardi, Brian Deckow, Steve, Tom and Adam Kringel, Jacob andJoseph Brandt. Great papa of Hans and Austin Goltz, Lisa and Sierra Gall, Kaylaand Nikole Nardi. Loving brother of Ralph (Lucille) Brandt and Evelyn Turinske.Further survived by other relatives and friends. A Mass at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church,N74 W13604 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls. Raymond was an honored member of the 32nd Red ArrowDivision, 127th Infantry Medical Detachment.
Brandt, Marian M., 2/29/1928 –
Brandt, George W., 11/3/1932 – 5/30/1995
Brandt, Marlyn J., married George on 10/24/1959, 10/31/1937-
Brasko, James A., 4/19/1931 – 12/16/2001, age 70 years. Lovinghusband of Marlene (nee Nielsen). Beloved father of Dawn (Gregory) Goss, Pam(John) Hodel and Candie (Jeffrey) Perry. Dear grandpa of Jeremy, Ryan, Courtney,Steven, Jason, Alex, Ashley, Kristin, and Brett. Brother of Thomas (Peg), Pat(Bob) Turner and the late Bob. Further survived by other
relatives and many friends. Visitation at Good Shepherd Catholic Church
Brasko, Marlene O., married James on 5/5/1956, 10/14/1935-
Brauer, Norman H., 1925 – 1988
Brauer, Lois V., 1929 –
Braun, Patricia Ann, nee Henderson, 1934 – 1971
Brown, Thomas A., son of George & Catherine Brown, b.12/25/1848, d. 10/24/1906
Brown, Edna L., wife, 1850 – 1940
Brown, Myra M., dau., b. 3/12/1878, d. 1/29/1913
Brown, Lavonne E., 7/31/1937 –
Brown, Richard A., 8/6/1938 –
Brown, David R., 8/15/1964 – 6/7/1997
Brown, Kari Ann, 5/29/1974 – 4/5/1990
Bruhn, Elizabeth, 1888 – 1980
Brummer, Joseph, married Elizabeth 6/29/1979, 3/15/1936-
Brummer, Elizabeth, 12/14/1933 – 6/30/1997
Brunner, Clifford G., 10/22/1924 – 3/11/1997, Pfc. US ArmyWWII
Brunner, Lois A., nee Luedtke, 2/25/1931 –
Brushaber, Fred (father), b. 1/5/1888, d. ?
Brushaber, Martha (mother), b. 7/8/1885, d. 5/8/1946
Bruss, Kathryn I., 1939 – 1991
Bruss, Robert W., 1/9/1924 – 1/25/1985, Capt. U.S. Army WWII
Bruss, Delores M., 3/9/1922 –
Bruss, Leslie N., 8/4/1909 – 8/1980
Bruss, Evelyn K., 10/30/1914 – 6/1979 in Alma, Crawford, Az.
Buck, Herman C., 8/10/1876 – 8/31/1949
Buck, Elizabeth N., 11/23/1879 – 12/28/1966
Buck, Arthur H., 1903 – 1959
Buck, John De Somer, bro. of Herman, 1877 – 1946
Buck, Elmer C. Sr., 1901 – 1986
Buck, Mary M., 1896 – 1965
Buck, Karen J., infant, March to May, 1950
Buck, Richard G., 1956 –
Buck, Kenneth H., 1923 –
Buck, June P., 1923 –
Buck, David G., 1960 –
Buck, Harvey A., 8/2/1908 – 11/18/1986
Buck, Grace H., (nee Duehring), b. 4/28/1912, d. November7, 2001, age 89. Beloved wife of the late Harvey. Dear mother of Douglas(Janet), Gordon (Judy) and Roger (Faith). Loving grandma of David (Karen),Jonathan, Scott (Jillane), Michael, Carole (Todd) and Kelly (Marco). Fondgreat-grandma of Maggie, Caley, Zachary, and Molly. Further survived by 1brother, Harold Duehring, other relatives and friends. Visitation at CHRIST THEKING LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4600 N. PILGRIM RD, BROOKFIELD. Grace served as a weeklyvolunteer at Luther Manor for 37 years. She was also a quilter at her church formany years.
Buckholz, Louis, 1916 – 1972
Buckholz, Roy C., formerly of Lannon. b. 10/25/1914, d. Feb. 21, 2000. Age 85 years. Beloved husbandof the late Marie (nee Weyer). Further survived by sisters-in-law,brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Roy retired from the Village of MenomoneeFalls after 33 years of service.
Buckholz, Marie M., nee Weyer, 12/26/1914 – 3/31/1987
Buckholz, Harry C., 1918 – 1970, Sgt. US Army WWII
Buckholz, Aline K., 5/23/1921 – 6/27/1992
Buckholz, James L., 1941 – 1977
Buckholz, Jeffrey A., brother of James L., 1945 – 1987
Bud, William, 1931 – 1981
Buege, Norman J., 2/4/1914 – 12/21/1999, of MenomoneeFalls
Buege, Caroline E., married Norman on 9/6/1934, 10/12/1913 -3/25/1986
Buehler, Diane K., died Sept. 8, 2005. Age 57 years. Wife of Tom for 34years. Mother of Mike, Megan, Heather, Heidi and the late Pat. Grandma ofJasmine and Patience. Daughter of Ann and the late Vern Kuhlow. Sister of Dale(Nancy Callahan) Kuhlow. Daughter-in-law of Eileen and the late Howard Buehler.Sister-in-law of Mary (Doug) Jones, Kristy (Ken) Stewart and Susie Kieffer. Mass of Christian Burial celebrated Mon., Sept. 12 at St. James Catholic Church,W220 N6588 Town Line Rd., Menomonee Falls at 11 AM. Burial at SunnysideCemetery, Lannon.
Buelow, Le Roy Earl, married Margaret on 4/16/1955, 10/13/1934-
Buelow, Margaret Henrietta, 1/12/1933 –
Bulgrin, ? (father, Herman?), 1858 – 1925
Bulgrin, ? (mother, Elvina?), 1858 – 1909
Bulgrin, Anna, 1886 – 1912
Bulgrin, Frank C., son of Herman & Elvina Stark, b.7/17/1874 in Wisconsin, d. 5/8/1926 (1928?)
Bulgrin, Anna, nee Mills, wife, 1878 – 1925 (1950?)
Bulgrin, Gladys, dau., b. 7/24/1917, d. 7/22/1921
Bulgrin, Elmer, son, 5/18/1900 – 6/5/1909
Bulgrin, Arthur, 7/26/1906 – 2/2/1983, Pvt. US Army WWII
Bulgrin, Edward T., 4/24/1905 – 1/3/1976
Bulgrin, Clarence W. “Bub”, 1914 – 1977, TSgt. USArmy WWII and Korea
Bulgrin, Gladys L. “Butch”, (NeeKrueger), b 1918, of Menomonee Falls, d. Nov. 24, 2000, age 82 years.Beloved wife of the late Clarence “Bub”. Dear friend of Ruth Jonen.Preceded in death by her brother Ralph Krueger and sisters Laura Brunner andMildred Stark. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.Funeral Service at St. Paul’s United Church ofChrist, N89 W16856 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls.
Bulgrin, Esther E., 1902 – 1992
Bungert, Barbara M., (nee Salzman ) age 59 years, of Menomonee Falls. B. 3/10/1942, d. Sun., July 8, 2001. Beloved wife of Robert for 36 years.Dear mother of Jacqueline (Robert Sr.) McKenzie and Donna Bungert. Daughter ofRaymond Salzman. Step grandmother of William (Jennifer) and Robert Jr. McKenzie.Step great grandmother of Frank and Brandon McKenzie. Further survived by 8brothers, 4 sisters, nieces, nephews. Preceded indeath by her mother Gladys and a brother Frank. Funeral services at First Alliance Church, W156 N10041 Pilgrim Rd., Germantown.
Bungert, Robert L., 11/22/1937 –
Burch, Merild “Red”, 3/13/1923 – 1/1/1992, WWII USMC
Burch, Antoinette “Toni”, 3/7/1923 –
Burch Shattuck, Jennifer Ann “Gi Gi”, 12/4/1952 -1/12/1991
Burg, Frank J., 1913 – 1976
Burg, Marie, wife, 1908 – 1987
Burki, Mary Ann C., (Nee Bertrand) b. 3/5/1926, age 75 years,d. Thurs., Dec. 13, 2001. Mary Ann will be remembered and missed byher loving husband and best friend of 55 years (married on 1/26/1946), JosephG. (b. 4/16/1926). Cherished mother of Jim(Judy) Burki of Elburn, IL, Joanne (Jeff) Axt of Germantown, WI, Bill (Colleen)Burki of Menomonee Falls, WI, Karen (Bob) Wenta of Ashippun, WI, Chuck (BrendaKurowski) Burki of Pewaukee, WI, Jon (Alison) Burki of Oak Creek, WI, Kurt(Kelley) Burki of Merton, WI and Jennifer (Bernie) Esselman of Watertown, WI.Dear grandmother of Deanna (Eric) Mussell, Lisa Burki, Wendy, Joe, Julia andJessica Axt, Jessica Burki; Sara and Michael Kontz; Matthew and Jacqueline Wenta,Sara (John) Weinhold, Jordon Reynolds, Megan and Joe Burki and Samantha,Rebecca, Casey, Elli Ana and Madeline Esselman. Loving great-grandmother ofJohnny Weinhold. Dear
sister of Jim (Pat) Bertrand, Fred (Nancy) Bertrand and Alice Liss. Dearsister-in-law of Sr. Mary Edmund Burki. She was preceded in death by herparents, Joseph and Anna Bertrand. Funeral Mon., Dec. 17, 2001, 9:15 AM St. James Catholic Church
Buss, Robert I., b. 4/23/1925, age 73 years, of Menomonee Falls,d. Wed., Feb. 24, 1999. Beloved husband of Carol”Dolly” (nee Duehring, b. 3/2/1928). Dear father of Richard (Julie) and Ronald(Jane). Loving grandfather of Sara, Jeremiah, Janelle and Cory. American Legion and Funeral Services Sat., 2 PMat the Funeral Home. Robert was a Cpl. US Army WW II veteran and POW and a recipientof the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Busse, Wilhelm, 1854 – 1911
Busse, Willie, 1880 – 1910
Busse, August Henry, son of William & Wilhelmina Busse,2/16/1895 – 2/19/1895
Bussee, John David, 12/2/1924 – 7/11/1970, PHM2 US Navy WWII
Bussee, Brett John, 7/3/1964 – 12/9/1994
Buth, Herman Frank (father), son of Frank & ErnestineStark (possible relation to Elvina Stark Bulgrin above?), 12/15/1866 in Germany,d. 4/21/1952
Buth, Annie, nee Lemke, wife and mother, dau. of Fred Lemke& Wilhelmina Rindt, 5/9/1870 in the Town of Lisbon, d. 12/9/1946
Buth, Ervin, 12/23/1899 – 3/14/1909
Buttram, Helen A., 1924 – 1970
Caesar, Elmer, 1890 – 1973
Caesar, Bernice C. 5/3/1895 – 4/27/1981
Caesar, Dorothea, 1895 – 1965, wife of Alfred.
Caesar, Robert J., 1918 – 1995
Caesar, Fern B., 1921 – ?
Caesar, Harold, 6/23/1921 – 6/23/1993
Caesar, Marlene, 4/4/1931 – ?
Calbeck, Marie, 1909 – 1977
Camp, Thomas (large monument), b. 1813 in England, d. 1870,ae. 57 yr, (Pioneer of 1843)
Camp, Mary, wife, b. 1813 in England, d. 5/10/1877, ae. 64 yr.
Camp, Walter T., son, 5/5/1850 in the Town of Menomonee, d.3/26/1931
Camp, Stella, dau., of Walter & Jane Camp, 1872 -10/3/1891, ae. 19 yr, 5 mo., 12 day.
Camp, Jane, nee Wildish, wife of Walter, dau. of WalterWildish & Harriet Greengo, b. 3/17/1849 in the Town of Lisbon, d.11/25/1926
Menomonee Falls News, Friday Dec. 3, 1926
Mrs. Jane Camp, wife of Walter T. Camp, died Thursday morning at residence, 610Oakland Ave., Waukesha; survived by husband and one daughter, Mrs. R. S. Moore,Oak Park, Ill.; also four sisters Mrs. P. K. Schlafter of Milwaukee; Mrs. OrphaFrost of Pennsylvania, Mrs. George Huekteshel, Menomonee Falls, Mrs. HattieRoesch, Cedarburg, Wis., and three brothers, Aden Wildish of Sussex, MyronWildish of Milwaukee, Joseph Wildish of Waukesha. Funeral Saturday at 1:30 p.m.from the residence, the Rev. C. w. Haywood officiating. Interment at Sunnysidecemetery, town of Menomonee.
Capito, George L., 1/23/1895 – 11/26/1971
Capito, Wilma C., 1/1/1895 – 8/3/1977
Casper, Wesley H., 1936 –
Casper, Carolyn L., 1936 – 1990
Cawley, John E., 8/29/1924 –
Cawley, Eileen M., 3/3/1934 –
Cawley, Michael A., 10/27/1966 – 4/30/1992
Cayton, Arlene E., (Nee Leissring), d. September 26,2003, age 84 years. Wife of Lawrence R., Mother of Lynne (Charles)Oehmcke, Larry, and Marlin (Dawn) Cayton. Grandmother of Linda (Eric) Grush,Jonathan (Nichole) Oehmcke, Sarah Oehmcke, Kelly Cayton and Lindsay Cayton.Great grandmother of Samuel and Andrew.
Cayton, Harold E., d. January 31, 2003, age 89 years. Husbandof the late Janice A. (nee Leissring). Father of Ardith (Lynn) Cutsforth.Grandfather of Jennifer Cutsforth. Brother of Lawrence (Arlene), Raymond(Betty), Robert (LaVerne), Laura (Frank) Brahm, Dorothy (Lester) Nauman. Furthersurvived by his nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in deathby his brother George (Honey) and sister Marion Cayton.
Cayton, Janice A., nee Leissring, d. October 26, 2002, age 81years. Wife of Harold for 62 years. Mother of Ardith (Lynn) Cutsforth. Grandmaof Jennifer Cutsforth. Sister of Arlene (Lawrence) Cayton. Further survived bynieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Champion, Alice, 1/21/1918 –
Champion, Walter H., 11/28/1918 – 7/17/1990
Chao, Terry T., b. 11/24/1949 in Taiwan, d. 7/26/2000, ofMenomonee Falls. Husband of Diana for 20 years. Father
of Lucille, Lydia, and Leslie. Dear son of Shui Tu and Yan. Brother of Tony (YaLan), Yui Chu (James) Chou, Cheng An (Ray Lian), Ching Ching Chao, Cheng Chen(Ai Shia). Son-in-law of Chi Shan and Yu Lin Wang. Brother-in-law of Jack(Jenny) Wang, Yun Chin (Jhen Chen) Liu, Ringo (Jin) Wang. Dear uncle of Louise,Jodi, and Justin Wang. Further survived by nieces and nephews in Taiwan andother relatives. Terry and Diana were the former proprietors of Hunan PekingRestaurant for 17 years.
Chao, Diana Y., married Terry on 4/12/1980, 9/19/1954 –
Chapman, Michael C., 4/4/1989 – 6/24/1990
Cheely, Burl L., 12/18/1930 –
Cheely, Joyce L., nee Gardner, 12/3/1934
Chenoweth, Rose Lorraine, 1920 – 1992
Chenoweth, Calvin 1926 – 1976, S1 US Navy WWII
Christenson, Orin E. L. “Chris”, 1926 – 1982, USNavy WWII
Christman, Helena R., 1879 – 1980
Clason, John W., 1830 – 1922
Clason, Bertha, nee Koepsal, wife of John W. and dau. ofAugust Koepsal & Mary Hemshanmeyer, 1876 – 12/5/1942
Clason, Harvey, 1898 – 1984
Clementi, Anthony, 4/14/1931 – 11/10/2000, Sgt. USMC Korea
Clementi, Lois, married Anthony on 4/13/1968, 10/29/1947-
Coatts, Emma T., 1911 – 1996
Coatts, Irvin E., 1903 – 1990
Coffin, William H. Jr., 9/17/1925 – 10/31/1988
Coffin, Janice Rosemary, (nee Cawley),b. 9/22/1925, d. Aug. 8, 2000. Age 74. Preceded in death by her beloved husband William Jr. Loving mother of William H. III, Dale H., Mary E. Fondsister of John (Eileen) Cawley, Daniel M. of Denver, CO. Further survived bysister-in-law Marlene (the late Joseph) Cawley; nieces, nephews, great nieces,great nephews, other relatives and friends.
Coleman, J. Edgar, 1913 – 1968
Coleman, Hazle M., 1915 –
Conaty, Kathleen J., 8/9/1940 – 4/24/1982
Cook, John R., 1948 – 1984
Cordrey, Verna T., 8/13/1896 – 6/8/1988
Cordrey, William T., 6/20/1889 – 6/1/1972, Wisconsin Sgt. USArmy WWI
Corts, Joseph, 1892 – 1966
Corts, Christina, 1885 – 1931
Cournia, Willard H., 1859 – 1928
Cournia, Amanda A., 1876 – 1944
Cournia, Peter, 1892 – 1944
Cournia, Jessie, 1895 – 1976, wife of Peter.
Coyle, Molly, 6/23/1900 – 6/29/1980
Cross, Elaine V., (Nee Vincent), b.12/10/1910, d. Dec. 11, 2000, age 90 years. Beloved wife of 61years to the late John. Loving mother of Janet Erdmann and Carole (John) Iske.Dear grandma of David, Jeffrey, Janine, Caryne, Elayne, Johnny and the latePatrick. Dear great-grandma of Nick, Jacobb, Caitlin, Codi, Kim, Alex,Christopher, Jessyca and the late Sean. Dear sister of Betty Riley and TeraceCmar.
Cross, John H., married Elaine on 7/1/1930, 11/20/1900 -2/8/1992
Cross, Lydia, nee Bancroft, wife of Truman Cross, dau., ofDaniel & Dimmis Bancroft, 1829 – 7/26/1862, ae. 33 yr 10 mo.
Cross, Berta, son of T. & L. Cross, d. 8/28/1862, ae. 1mo. 4 days
Cross, Sally Ann, nee Bancroft, wife of Ira Cross, b.7/18/1815 in Salina, N.Y., d. 1861.
Crow, Jonathan David, 2/129/1968 – 6/11/1983
Cullen, Barbara, nee Peterson, 1931 –
Cullen, Brian, 1957 – 2002
Cullen, Harvey W., Age 75 years. Of Hubertus. B. 1927, d.Tuesday, December 31, 2002. Beloved husband of Barbara (nee Peterson) for54 years. Dear father of Michael, Terri Feypel and the late Brian Cullen.Loving grandfather of Elliot Drobac. Brother of Evelyn Murray and Wilmer (Doris)Cullen.
Cullen, Olga A., 1902 – 1991, with J. E. Cullen
Culp, William H., 8/28/1924 – 4/13/1978, Pvt. US Army WWII
Currie, Archie D., 12/24/1920 – 9/30/1988, SM1 US Navy WWII
Currie, Ada H., 1930 –
Currie, Kirk D., 1955 – 1977
Dahms, Irene (Mother), 1911 – 1941
Dahms, Vivian L., mother, 1909 – 1997
Dahms, Leo P., father, 1910 – 1963
Dahms, Donna M., 1939 –
Dahms, Curtis R., 1936 –
Dailey, William L., b. 2/23/1954, d. Sat., July 21, 2001, age 47 years. Beloved husband of the lateElizabeth (nee Rose). Dear father of Jennifer, Meagan, Will II “B.J.”and Adam Dailey. Dear son-in-law of Doc and Paula Rose. Further survived bybrothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews. Bill was a employee of Allenton Service, veteran of US Air Force.
Dailey, Elizabeth M., nee Rose, 1/2/1966 – 3/3/1991
Dalibor, Irmgard R., nee Willgerodt, of Menomonee Falls,b. 10/15/1920, d. Nov. 28, 1998 at the age of 78 years. Beloved wife ofPaul W. (b. 8/6/1914, married Irmgard on 8/4/1950).Loving mother of Harald (Patty) Dalibor. Dear Oma of Eric, Heidi, Amy, and Noah.Further survived by other relatives in Germany. Funeral serviceTues. Dec. 1, 1998 at 11 AM at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, W156 N8131 PilgrimRd., Menomonee Falls. Irmgard was a member of the Sweet Adelines for 3 years.
Dana, Clara L., 1880 – 1979
Dana, Edgar W., 1869 – 1954
Daus, Louis J., 7/2/1929 – , US Army Korea 8 yrs.
Daus, Arlene J.
Davis, Cyrus S., b. 4/12/1820 in N.Y., d. 7/26/1894
Davis, Eugeane C., son, 9/21/1846 – 10/15/1951
Davis, James E., ? -?
Davis, H.M., wife of J.E., ? – ?
Davis, Myrtle, dau. of J.E. & H.M., d. 11/29/1883, ae. 5mo 2 days
Davis, Lucy or Lucinda, wife of Cyrus & dau. of Charles G.& Clarissa Baldwin, 7/13/1824 – 7/7/1905
Davis, Noble N.A.D., ? – ?
Davis, Helen, ? – ?
Davis, James S. J.E.D. (prob. son), ? – ?
Davis, E.P. (father), 1848 – 1915
Davis, M.A. (mother), 1848 – 1907
Davis, Edgar L., 1877 – 1948
Davis, Nettie L., 1878 – ? (1850?)
Davis, Lloyd R., 1912 – 1988
Davis, Doris M., 1921 –
Davison, Rodger J., 4/6/1933 – 10/9/1998
Davison, Louise M., 1/27/1933 –
Day, Joseph P., 8/10/1924 – 6/18/1990, WT3 U.S. Navy WWII
Day, Marion E., 1926 –
Decker, Ralph M., 1904 – 1973
Decker, Dorothy, 1913 – 1994
DeCristoforo, Jackie Formerly of Menomonee Falls. In Peachtree City, Georgia, she entered into Heaven on March 30, 2008, to be with her Lord at the age of 83 years. Beloved wife of the late Richard Tews and the late “Toc” DeCristoforo. Loving mother of Sue (Wayne) Monson, Carol (Brian) Stark and Jan (David) McConnaughey. Dear grannie of Erik (Bridget) Monson, Zach Monson, Brica (Matt) Weimer, Branton Stark, Ian and Ira McConnaughey. Fond great- grannie of Luke and Page Monson, Zahrina Weimer and second baby due in June. Dear aunt of Mimi Collison. Also survived by many friends. Memorial Service will be celebrated Friday, April 25, at 5:00 PM, AT THE FUNERAL HOME. The family will greet friends Friday at 3:00 PM until time of the Service. Private burial Sunnyside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Alzheimer’s Association appreciated. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave. Menomonee Falls 262-251-3630
DeGeorge, Maria A., 2/28/1908 – 6/20/1994
Deida, Michelle Ann, dau. of Suann & Michael, 11/5/1992 -34/4/1993
DeKonig, Roland, 7/5/1934 – 3/27/1995, Sgt. US Army Korea
DeKonig, JoAnn, 8/9/1934 –
Delaitsch, Thomas Gregory, 12/6 – 9/1991
DeLaura, Beulah S., 4/1/1917 – 12/28/1979
DeLaura, Cleo N., 9/9/1915 – 4/15/1966
DeLorm, Gordon L., 7/16/1925 – 9/27/1989, married Shirley b.5/5/1927, Cpl. USMC WWII
Dengel, Carmela, 1909 – 1984
Dent, Richard, “In memory of”, 1799 – 5/11/1879, ae.79 yrs. 10 mo. 8 days
Richard DENT was born inLincolnshire, England, in 1800, and was a son of Joseph DENT, a man of someprominence and considerable wealth. In 1804, Joseph DENT, with his family,emigrated from England to America and settled in the town of Oxford, ChenangoCounty, N.Y. At that time that part of the state was practically unsettled, andthe DENT family were among its pioneers. They continued to reside there untilafter the death of the wife and mother, Nancy (TONG) DENT. Subsequently thefather re-married and removed to Licking County, Ohio, where he spent theremainder of his life. Joseph DENT had five sons and two daughters who grew tomature years, all of whom save one, were by his first marriage; however, all ofthat generation of the DENT family have passed away.
Richard, the father of JamesS. DENT, grew to manhood on the home farm in the state of New York, and at theage of twenty-two years was united in marriage to Miss Jean McGibbon, who wasborn in Scotland in 1799, and come to America with her father’s family when butfour years old. Her mother died on the passage across the ocean and was buriedin the sea. Her father, with his large family of children, settled in DelawareCounty, N.Y., where one of the sons, the only surviving member of the family,still lives. After his marriage Richard DENT continued to reside in the EmpireState until 1842, when he emigrated with his family to the territory ofWisconsin. They came from Buffalo by way of the Great Lakes to Chicago. Oursubject, though but a lad remembers distinctly the more interesting events ofthe journey. Chicago was then but a small uninviting place, and gave no promiseof its present greatness. He remembers landing on a pier made of tamarack poles,and that he formed quite an unfavorable impression of the place and itssurroundings. The family consisted of the parents and seven children, five sonsand two daughters. The eldest of the brothers, Joseph H. DENT, had come from thestate of New York in 1839, and by him the family was conducted to Prairieville,now Waukesha, making the trip from Chicago by team. For one year the familylived on the place of A. C. Nickell, about two and a-half miles south of thevillage, and then removed to the town of Menomonee, Waukesha County, (thenMilwaukee County) where they settled on Milwaukee & Rock River Canal land.This was land ceded by the general Government to the territory of Wisconsin toaid in the building of a canal between Milwaukee and Rock River, and consistedof a strip, ten sections in breadth, along the entire length of the proposedcanal from Milwaukee, through Waukesha and Jefferson Counties to Lake Koshkonong.
It is needless to say thecanal was never completed and only resulted in giving Milwaukee a good waterpower. An act was passed by the Legislature whereby all persons who had boughtcanal lands at twenty shillings per acre, were given a “float” or acertificate of ten shillings per acre which could be applied the same as moneyon the purchase of other lands on that strip. Thus Mr. DENT obtained his land ata comparatively small cost. The patent to Richard DENT, bearing the signature ofGov. Henry DODGE and dated August 1, 1847, is now in the possession of his son,James S., who owns the original homestead. The land was heavily timbered, butthe father and elder sons cleared it up and made of it a valuable farm. Therethe parents spent the remainder of their lives, the father dying on the 11th ofMay, 1850 and the mother, December 24, 1878.
Of the family of RichardDENT, comprising nine persons, who came together to the territory of Wisconsinin 1842, only James S. and one sister are living. Joseph H., the eldest of thechildren, who as stated above preceded the family to Wisconsin by three years,was accidentally killed in 1857, being struck by his plow-handle while plowingon his farm in Green Lake County. He left a wife, one daughter and two sons. Thelatter are still living, and both served in the Thirty-first Wisconsin Infantryin the late war. William M. died August 14, 1852. His widow re-married and isnow a resident of Milwaukee. Her daughter, Mrs. James E. DAVIS, also lives inthat city. Another of the brothers, John T. DENT, enlisted in the Thirty-firstWisconsin Infantry, and died of typhoid fever in the field hospital in Atlanta,the day after General SHERMAN’s army entered that city. The subject of thisarticle is next in order of birth. Helen is the widow of O.P. MINOR, ofCherokee, Iowa. Olive became the wife of David HALL, and died in December, 1880.Andrew B. volunteered in the First Wisconsin Infantry and was killed in thebattle of Perryville, October 8, 1862.
PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
OF WAUKESHA COUNTY, WISCONSIN
Chicago: Excelsior Publishing Co. 1894.
Dent, Jean, nee McGibbon, wife of Richard, d. 12/26/1878, age.79 yrs. 10 mo. 18 days
Dent, James, son of Richard & Jean, b. 8/1/1831 inHornellsville, N.Y., d. 5/23 (?)/1906 in Waukesha, Pioneer of 1843
James S. DENT, a prominentcitizen of Menomonee, was born in Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY, Aug. 1, 1831;he came to Wisconsin in 1842 with his parents, Richard and Jean DENT; theysettled in the town of Menomonee, Waukesha County, where they resided duringtheir life. He married in Granville, Milwaukee Co., on the 5th of February, 1863to Lemyra J. OLIVER; she was born in Orleans Co., NY and was the daughter ofJohn and Elizabeth J. OLIVER, who settled in the town of Lisbon in about 1846and are now residents of Waukesha; they have five children living — Andrew B.,Willis J., Alice, Elmer, and Sylvie; in 1861, Mr. DENT was assistant UnitedStates Marshall and in 1876, was a member of the Wisconsin Assembly, andChairman of the Menomonee Town Board twice, Assessor several terms, and hasseveral other offices; he owns 120 acres of land and is a successful and leadingfarmer; his farm is on Sec. 17, is well improved and only a short distance fromMenomonee Falls, his post office address; Mr. DENT is an active and consistentsupporter of the Republican party; in every position he has filled, he has givenuniversal satisfaction to his constituents and to the people in general.
The History of Waukesha County, Wisconsin
Chicago: Western Historical Co. 1980.
p. 984 Town of Menomonee
James S. DENT, the subjectof this record, is the only surviving son of his father’s family; his birthoccurred in Steuben County, N. Y., August 1, 1831, and he was therefore, butabout eleven years old when he came to Wisconsin. He grew to man-hood on thehome farm, which he still owns, as stated, and since April, 1888, has resided inWaukesha. His marriage occurred in Granville, Milwaukee County, Wis., February5, 1863, the lady of his choice being Lemyra J. OLIVER, daughter of John andElizabeth (MORSE) OLIVER. The latter are natives of the state of New York, whoin 1847 emigrated to Wisconsin and settled in the town of Lisbon, WaukeshaCounty, which was their home until 1870, when they removed to Waukesha where thefather died July 4, 1894, aged eighty years, and where the mother lives, agedseventy-five years on April 1, 1894. They were among the well known and esteemedearly settlers of Waukesha. Mrs. DENT was born in the town of Clarkston, nearRochester, N.Y., April 20, 1845, and is one of a family of nine children, six ofwhom are living, four sons and two daughters. The sons are all residents ofMinnesota, and the daughters of Waukesha. Mr. and Mrs. DENT have had sevenchildren, but three of whom are living, as follows: Andrew B., of Waco, Tex.;Willis J. and Elmer J., at home. The former is engaged in the real-estatebusiness. The deceased children were aged between two and eleven years, and werename Myron J., Alice L., John R. and Sylvia E.
Mr. DENT has beenprominently identified with the growth and development of Waukesha County, andhas served in various official positions. He was twice Chairman of the town ofMenomonee, and Assessor many times; was Assistant United States Marshall in1861; was elected in the fall of 1875 to represent the Second District ofWaukesha County in the State Legislature, and is now a member of the CountyBoard of Supervisors. In his political affiliations he is a Republican. He andhis wife have a pleasant home at No. 219 Barnard Street, and are numbered amongthe esteemed and respected residents of their village and county.
PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
OF WAUKESHA COUNTY, WISCONSIN
Chicago: Excelsior Publishing Co. 1894.
Dent, Lemyra J, nee Oliver (? see mother), wife of James anddau. of John & Elizabeth (nee Oliver) Dent, 1845 -1929
Dent, Myron, son, 3/15/1868 – 3/13/187?
Dent, Alice, dau. 7/6/1870 – 7/30/1883
Dent, John, son, 8/16/1873 – 6/12/187?
Dent, Sylvia, dau. , 9/27/1879 – 7/24/188?
Dent, William, 1821 or 1824 – 185?
Dent, Harriet, nee Muzzy, wife, and dau. of S.S. Muzzy, 1828 -1877
Desterhoft, Martha, 1902 – 1986
Dettlaff, Richard R., 11/13/1936 –
Dettlaff, Marilyn J., 6/28/1940 – 7/20/1979
DeVilbiss, Mary C., 5/21/1937 – 2/8/1996
Diedrich, Rev. Paul F., 1885 – 1959
Diedrich, Julia F., 1885 – ?
Diehl, Christopher, 1829 – 1902
Diehl, Catherine, nee Bieland, wife, b. 8/1/4/1829 in Germany,d. 1/2/1903
?, ?, one new grave (in 1963?), unmarked, belonging to ?
Dietrich, Julia F. 1885 – 1970
Dimickele, Chad L., 12/17/1981 – 10/6/1983
Dittrich, Lonnie, 1923 – 1990
Dittrich, Betty, 1935 –
Dollase, Elmer O., born in Watertown on 2/7/1910, formerly of MenomoneeFalls for over 60 years, d. Feb. 3rd, 2002 at the age of 92 years. Beloved husbandof the late Rose (nee Hartkopf). Loving father of Crome (Joanna), Nancy (Ronald)Radcliffe, Donna and Sharon Dolasse. Dear brother of Edward Dollase. Furthersurvived by 8 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, other relatives andfriends.
Dollase, Rose E., married Elmer on 4/25/1932, 8/27/1908 -10/27/1993
Domann, Doris Anderson, 1927 – 1985
Domann, Louisa S., 1891 – 1969
Domann, William G. “M. D.”, 1889 – 1970
Donahue John J. “Jack”, b. 11/2/1923, age 78 years. of Lannon. d.Tues., Jan. 22, 2002. Beloved husband of Judith J. (nee Joecks, b.2/23/1941). Dear father ofJack (Pat), Jean (Tom), Dennis (Shirley), Kelly (Michael), Patti (Tom), Michele(Tim), John (Bonnie) and Jill (Al). Dear brother of Ellen, Betty, Tom (Pat),Mary, Theresa and David (Kathy). Further survived by 17 grandchildren, 3great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by hisbrother, Edward. A Funeral Mass at St. James Catholic Church, W220 N6588Townline Rd., Menomonee Falls. Jack was an active member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society. US Army WWII.
Donkle, Leona G., b. 3/27/1905, age 93 years, of Markesan, formerly of Sussex.d. Sat., Jan. 2, 1999. Beloved wife of the late Marion. Dear mother of Lorraine (Louis)Fischer of Sussex. Further survived by 8 grandchildren, great-grandchildren. Preceded in death bya son, Robert and a daughter,Carol Ratz.
Donkle, Marion C., 4/16/1907 – 2/22/1994
Donley, Alberta, 3/24/1926 – 3/27/1995
Dopke, Ella K., 1908 – 1993
Dorner, Hans E., 1909 – 1990
Dorner, Hedwig, 1913 – 1994
Dragich, Charles J., b. 4/13/1928, age 71 years, of MenomoneeFalls, d. Saturday July 3, 1999. Beloved husband (married 6/7/1950) of Alice (NeeNelson, b. 7/25/1931). Dear father ofSteven and Debbie Dragich. Special uncle of Ginny (Joey) Weyer, Mary Ann (Dick)Gierach, Jimmy (Maureen) Dragich and Denise (Bob) Eineichner. Further survivedby brother-in-laws, sisters-in-laws, nieces, nephews, other relatives andfriends. Preceded in death by his parents Carl and Anna Dragich, two brothersPaul and Tony and a niece Georgia Klumb.
Dragich, Anthony “Tony”, 1935 – 1985
Dragich, Donna, 1937 –
Drahos, Lawrence M., 1921 – 1982, Sgt. US Army WWII
Drahos, Adeline G., 1920 – 1995, Sgt. US Army WWII
Drake, Melvin W., 3/18/1912 – 10/31/1995, CM3 U.S. Navy WWII
Drake, Dorothy O., 3/1/1917 – 7/16/2002, (Nee Jahn), ofGermantown. Wife of the late Melvin. Mother of Dennis (Patricia) Drake and NancyKoch. Grandmother of Richard, Leann, Douglas and Kevin. Great-grandmother ofHaley.
Dressel, Robert J., 1924 – 1981, Tec4 US Army WWII
Dressel, Phyllia J., 1926 – 1980
Driscoll, Gordon C., 11/5/1930 – 11/29/1996, US Army Korea,married Arline on 10/6/1954
Driscoll, Arline R., 9/3/1931 –
Driscoll, Benjamin Michael, d. 6/19/1991
Dronen, Sigurd, 1902 – 1969
Dronen, Tillie, 1913 – 1952
Duckert, William, of Menomonee Falls. B. 1907, d. Sat., April8, 2000, age 93 years. Husband of Katherine (nee Keller). Father of Glenn(Barbara), Ronald (Mary), Dale (Kris), Lois (John) Schmidt and the late GaryDuckert.
Duckert, Katherine, b. 1917, d. January 8, 2001. Preceded indeath by her husband William, son Gary, grandson Glenn. Survived by Lois (John)Schmidt, Glenn (Barbara), Ronald (Mary), Dale (Kris) Duckert. Grandchildren;John Schmidt, David (Lori) Duckert, Linda (Doug) Kehring, Tony Duckert, Ann(Greg) Mumm, William (Mary) Duckert, Leah Duckert. Great Grandchildren; Madysen,Emily, Greg, Mariah, Cody, Lisa, Thomas and Hayden.
Duehring, Louis F, 1903 – 1970
Duehring, Effie A., 1905 – 1973
Duehring, Welton A. , b. 10/24/1924, died Sept. 24, 2002, at age 77.Menomonee Falls resident. He is survived by three brothers, Fredrick andFranklin and Frances Murdoch; a sister, Carol Buss; a sister-in-law, Elizabeth,other sisters and brothers-in-law, other relatives and friends. Hewas preceded in death by his wife, Phyllis; two brothers, James and Kenneth anda brother-in-law, Robert Buss. GM2 US Navy WWII
Duehring, Phyllis E., 1931 – 1979
Duehring, Alma H., 1886 – 1976, with W. F. Duehring
Duehring, Allen C., 6/13/1921 – 8/1/1997
Duehring, Nola M., 1/3/1918 – 2/17/1986
Duncan, Lorraine M. (Nee Prag) Of Sussex. December 10, 2008, age 76 years. Beloved wife of James. Loving mother of Debra (Carlos) Sanabria, James, Gregory (Jana) and Douglas (special friend Amy) Duncan. Proud grandma of Dina, Jessie (Jason) Anderson, Nicholas, Joseph, Michael, Matthew and Rachel. Dear sister of Pat (Ted) Tetzlaff. Special aunt of Lynne and Lisa (Todd) Hanson. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Funeral Service Sunday, Dec. 14, at 5PM, AT THE FUNERAL HOME. Burial Sunnyside Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 2PM until time of the Service. The Duncan family would like to give special thanks to LindenGrove Healthcare Center, Menomonee Falls for all the care they gave to Lorraine. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Service W250 N6505 Hwy 164 Sussex 262-246-4774
Dunston, Sherman A. January 23, 2009, age 78 years. Beloved husband of Anita (nee Albrecht). Dear father of JoAnna Hamadi, Timothy (Patricia), Todd (Lupita), Jonathan S. (Marlys) and Jay (Katie) Dunston; 17 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Brother of Bethel, Donna and Judi. Also survived by other relatives and friends. Visitation Tuesday, January 27, at the Funeral Home from 4PM until time of Service, at 7PM. Interment Sunnyside Cemetery. Sherman served his country with pride as a U.S. Marine from 1947 to 1952, was President of Klein Dickert Glass, Milwaukee, and a member of Victory International Fellowship, Brookfield. HARDER FUNERAL HOME 18700 W. Capitol Dr. 262-781-8350
Duwel, William, son of Carl Duwel & Elizabeth Nels, b.3/23/1855 in Mecklenburg, d. 8/18/1935
Duwel, Anna, nee Draws, wife, and dau. of William Drews (Note:Spelling incorrect for for one of them), 1/16/1861 – 4/29/1939.
Duwel, Albert A. J., 5/12/1891 – 10/6/1918, 151st DepotBrigade, Co. 2, Camp Grant, Ill., WWI, U.S. iron marker
Duwel, Reinhard, 1893 – 1964, American Legion U.S.
Duwel, Emma B., 1890 – 1980
Duwel, Clarence F., of Menomonee Falls. d. May 27, 2003, age76 years. Husband of Eunice (nee Winkelman). Father of Clarence”Butch” and Debbie Duwel. Brother of Ethel (Irving) Rupp.Brother-in-law of Bernice (the late Calvin) Collins. Funeral Service at PilgrimEv. Lutheran Church, W156 N5336 Bette Dr., Menomonee Falls. Clarence was alifelong farmer, hauled milk, worked at Stolper Industries for 31 years andattended every Menomonee Falls village board meeting for many years.
Dyer, Roger M., 5/14/1942 – 11/27/1987
Dyer, Barbara A., married Roger on 5/28/1965, 9/4/1947 –
Eagen, Cecil L., 8/11/1924 – 10/22/1993, Pfc. US Army WWII
Eagen, Vada M., 8/14/1923 – 3/31/2002. A long time Lannonresident. She was preceded in death by her
husband, Cecil Eagen. Mother of Harold Adams, Dale (Dianna) Adams, Jack (Carol)Adams, Glenda (Gary) Gulan and Ron (Helen) Adams. Grandma and great-grandma to21 grandchildren. Further survived by 8 half brothers
and sisters, other relatives and friends. Funeral at Lighthouse BaptistChurch, N74 W25332 Howard La., Sussex.
Eckhart, Carl, 1886 – 1968
Eckhart, Helen, 1893 – 1971
Eden, Diane H., d. May 21, 2004, age 59 years. Wife ofRichard. Mother of Brian (Melanie) and Jason. Grandmother of Madelyn and Joseph.Sister of Harold (Elmira) Kriegel, Joyce (Leo) Beber, Marianne (Richard) Hoyer,Darlene (Kenneth) Doll, David (Karen) Kriegel and Patrick (Nancy) Kriegel. Visitation at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, W156 N7149 Pilgrim Rd.,Menomonee Falls
Edwards, Frank R., 1900 –
Edwards, Mae C., 1892 – 1974
Ehlers, David, 1887 – 1952
Ehlers, Martha, 1869 – 1944
Ehlers, Lois, 1917 – 1968
Ehlers, Raymond, 1913 – 1979
Ehley, Cora M., nee Walterlin, 5/3/1890 – 10/8/1976, wife ofWilliam M.
Ehley, Gene Allen, 11/13/1917 – 10-6/1973, Wisconsin Pvt. USArmy WWII
Eichenberger, Roger Kenneth, 3/15/1925 – 2/17/1990, USMerchant Marine WWII
Eichenberger, Barry, 4/21/1955 – 8/1984
Eide, Nona C., 4/10/1914 – 10/14/1993
Eide, Lawrence O., 7/16/1913 – 8/23/1986
Eide, Eric L., 4/7/1964 – 9/9/1982
Eide, Mary Ellen., 11/15/1940 –
Eide, Brian L. Lt. Col. USAFR (Ret.), b. 4/8/1938, d. Sat.,March 27, 2004, at the age of 65 years. Wife, Mary Ellen Eide (nee Mahsem) for41 years; children: Major Peter (Jennifer) USAF, Erin (Cary) Mares, Kari(Chad) Scheff; grandchildren, Jacob and Nathan Eide and Caleb Brian Mares;brother, Ron (Mary) Eide and sister, Sandra (“Eddie” Edward) Feller;sisters-in-law, Joyce Jakowski and Catherine Gahagan; nieces, nephews. Brian waspreceded in death by his son, Eric Eide and sister Sonia Doroudian.Visitation at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, N88 W17658 Christman Rd.,Menomonee Falls. Brian retired from the USAFR and had served in the NationalGuard for over 32 years. He had worked at Astronautics Corp. of America beforehis retirement.
Eldredge, Scott J., 7/12/1964 –
Eldredge, Barry C., 3/1/1962 – 9/14/1983
Eldredge, Beverlee L., 8/4/1935 – 9/13/1999, of Germantown.Mother of Jeffrey (Melinda), Scott and the late Barry. Nana of Matthewand Amelia. Funeral at Emmanuel Community United Methodist Church, N84W16707 Menomonee Ave., Menomonee
Ellei, Michael W., 9/1/1956 – 1/24/1995
Ellei, Wayne L., 7/31/1934 – 5/11/1975
Ellei, Helen V., 1/9/1937 –
Ellei, Louis, 9/27/1905 – 8/28/1986
Ellei, Mildred M., 1/3/1913 – 8/9/2002, .(Nee Schaefer) age 89years, of Menomonee Falls, wife of the late Louis. Mother of the lateWayne. Mother-in-law of Helene Ellei. Grandma of Scott Ellei, Debra (Dave)Teweles and the late Michael Ellei. Great grandmother of Gary and Greg.
Ellicson, Wallace, 1907 – 1972
Ellicson, Helen, 1911 – 1981
Elliker, Calvin H. Jr., 1925 – 1993
Elliker, Shirley B., married Calvin Jr. on 4/16/1949, 1928-
Elliker, Calvin H. III, of Ann Arbor, MI,b. 1949, formerly of Menomonee Falls, passed awaysuddenly Jan. 14, 2001, age 51 years. He is the beloved husband of Susan V. (neeMauntler, b. 1954) Elliker. Also surviving are his mother, Shirley Elliker: 2 sisters,Wendy (Michael) Hussmann, Nancy (Frank) Vetrovec; a brother, Jeffrey (Christine)Elliker; nieces and nephews, Peter, Heidi Holley, Laura, Vickie, along with manyother family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his father CalvinH. Elliker Jr. in 1993. Calvin worked as an assistant professor of musicology inthe School of Music and as the head of the Music Library for the University ofMichigan. He had received degrees from several different universities includinga B.M. from the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, a M.L.S. from the University ofWisconsin-Milwaukee, a M.A. from the University of Pittsburgh. Calvin receivedhis PhD from the University of Illinois. He was a long time member of the MusicLibrary Association.
Elms, Gene, 1906 – 1962
Elms, Grace, 1908 – ?
Emshuff, Karl E., 1939 – 1973
Engel, James E., 1930 – 1990
Engel, Patricia K., 1932 –
Enman, Bernard R., 1907 – 1990
Enman, Harriet M., nee Roesch, 1904 – 1998
Enman, Raymond T., son of Bernard, 1940 –
Ensz, Jerry Q., 1938 – 1970
Ensz, Dina Marie, 1967 – 1970
Ensz, Marilyn F., 1932 –
Erhardt, Senta, b. 1901 in Riga, Latvia, d. 1972 in Lubeck,Germany (also see Minna Roth. dau.?)
Erhardt, Axel, b. 1927 in Riga, Latvia, d. 1990 inMenomonee Falls
Erlandson, Cynthia K., 8/2/1962 – 5/15/1984
Evans, Edwin (father), b. 2/17/1870 in Ireland, d. 5/16/1910
Evans, Elizabeth, nee Sax, mother, 1873 – 1952
Evans, Helen Dresen (married name?), dau., 1898 – 1932
Evans, Frank, 4/1/1903 – 7/23/1969, Wisconsin S2 US Navy WWI
Evans, Betty A., 4/13/1925 – 8/9/1967
Evans, William M.,10/20/1921 – 3/5/1968, Wisconsin BM2 US NavyWWII
Evans, William J., 1921 –
Evans, Marcella A., 1917 –
Fahl, Rev. Edwin P., 5/11/1912 – 3/13/1988
Fahl, Elizabeth M., 3/19/1914, (nee Looysen). d. February 14,2003, age 88 years. Wife of the late Rev. Edwin P. Fahl. Mother of Victor(Karen) Fahl, Dr. William (Kathleen) Fahl, and the late Ruth (Richard) Wescott.Grandmother of the late Scott, Steven (Pam) Heckendorf, Jeffrey Fahl, Jennifer(Jody) Moore, Jon, Jessica, Jason, Bryan, Evan, and Erik Fahl. Great-grandmotherof Olivia. Special friend of Rev. Warren A. (Sharon) Granke. Funeral at Grace Ev.Lutheran Church, N87 W16171 Kenwood Blvd., Menomonee Falls
Fairbanks, Mrs. Edward J., nee Martha Brown, 2/29/1904 -11/11/1992
Farr, Cierra M., d. 5/7/2002
Farrand, Suzanne M., 1949 – 1992
Farrell, Fred M., 8/3/1917 – 6/1983
Farrell, Alice L., 1918 –
Farrow, William C., 1888 – 1971
Farrow, Hattie B., 1888 – 1956
Farrow, Clarence, 6/7/1927 – 1/13/1963, Wisconsin Cpl. 248Base Unit AAF WWII
Farrow, Delhart, 10/14/1948 – 10/23/1972, Wisconsin SP4 HHB 3BN 76 Arty. Vietnam
Feggestad, Ronald J., 10/18/1937 – 4/19/1998, A2C US Air Force
Feggestad, Sharon J., 6/29/1941 – 6/18/1989
Feil, Fred, 1908 – 1995
Feil, Emma, (Nee Eurich), of Menomonee Falls, b. 1911, d.April 20, 1999 age 87 years. Wife of the late Fred. Mother of Rose (late Robert)Seymer, Jean (Emerson) Powers, Noel (Barbara) Feil, Clara (Jeff) Franke and thelate Barbara (late Ray) Turinske. Further survived by 20 grandchildren, manygreat-grandchildren, other relatives
Felsing, Albert H., 1889 – 1967
Felsing, Anna B., 1893 – 1957
Felsing, Irene B., 1924 – 1995
Felsing, Carl E., 1916 – 1988
Felsing, Delores, nee Buck?, 1922 – ?
Felsing, Philip, son of Henry Felsing & Louisa Schilling,6/30/1874 – 10/1/1932
Felsing, Margaret, nee Schmidt, wife, and dau. of FrederickSchmidt & Wilhelmina Wendt, b. 12/29/1882 in Town of Menomonee, d. 3/9/1949
Felsing, Philip, son, 2/13/1903 – 1/13/1903
Felsing, Ramond, 1/13/1903 – 1/18/1903 (Note: one of the birthdates listed is incorrect for these brothers, it appears they were twins?)
Fenske, Robert J., 10/30/1960 – 2/13/1988
Ferch, Robert C., 1933 – 1987
Ferguson, Ruth Haylett, 1894 – 1966
Ferguson, Clarence N., 7/24/1993 – 2/21/1987
Fettig, Daniel A., 1974 – 1981
Fettig, Sebastian, 7/29/1921 – 3/10/1985, US Army WWII
Feuerstahler, Sherry L., 1967 – 1988
Feuerstahler, Shirley M., 1928 – 1992
Feuerstahler, Francis J., 1924 – 1992
Flegner, Ervin A., 1928 – 1990
Flegner, Geraldine M., 1934 –
Fleisner, Keith, d. 1969
Fletcher, Ryan Lee, son of Gary & Melinda Lee, 8/16 -10/4/1993
Flynn, Ida Thomson, 1888 – 1961
Fogel, Ralph K., 8/4/1914 – 2/7/1969, Pfc. HQ. Co. 9 InfantryWWII
Fogel, Beverly G., formerly of Menomonee Falls, of Ocala, FL. Sept. 23, 2001, age 83years. Beloved wife of the late Ralph K. Loving mother of Ralph (Nikki), Vicki(Dan) Flanders, Brent (Lynn), Douglas (Heidi), Mary Fogel, Verna (Arnie) Tadderand the late Brian Fogel. Dear sister of David P. (Ellen) Thompson. Furthersurvived by 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren.
Foltz, May, 10/3/1922 – 3/7/1994
Foltz, Fred, 4/2/1913 – 8/29/1967
Forsythe, Victor H. Jr., 4/30/1925 – 11/11/1993, WWII
Forsythe, Sarah Jane, 12/19/1926 –
Fort, Frankie May, 1870 – 1920
Fowler, Ronnie E., 7/16/1944 – 3/18/1985
Fowler, Evelyn A., 3/5/1947 –
Fowles, Elmer, 1909 – 1995
Fowles, Leila, 1906 – 1978
Fox, LeRoy P., formerly of Menomonee Falls, b. 1928, d. Dec. 9, 1998, age 70 years. Beloved husband of thelate Beverly (nee Leibundgut). Loving father of Bonnie (Mike) Schmitz, Al(Jodi), Todd (Paula) and the late Bruce Fox. Dear grandpa of Jon, Christine,Jason, Ryan and Kyle. Dear brother of John (Vernie), Matt (Dyanne), Joe (Gertie)and Mary (Wally) Mutz.
Fox, Beverly G., 1926 – 1995
Fox, Bruce J., 1958 – 1976
Francis, Victoria, n
Francis, Robert G., 1921 –
Frammage, Percy Clement, son of Walter Jenwill Frammage,9/11/1895 – 9/12/1895
Francis, Victoria, (Nee Hughes) of Sussex, Jan. 8, 1999 at the age of 79 years. Caring wife ofRobert. Loving mother of Carolyn (Gordon) Sharp, David Hansen, Thomas (Sandra)Hansen and Susan (Arthur) Wachs. Grandmother and great grandmother and greatgreat grandmother to the best grandchildren, great children and great greatgrandchild. Funeral service Tues. 7 p.m. at Sussex Methodist Church, N63 W23523 Main St., Sussex.
Frank, Evelyn E., 1907 – 1977
Frank, Martin A., 1906 – 1983
Frank, Kenneth M., 11/21/1927 –
Frank, Arlene M., 6/7/1923 – 9/27/1983
Frederick, Joseph, 10/26/1918 – 2/19/1973, Alabama Pvt. USArmy WWII
Frederick, Margaret L. – (Nee Koch) Age 80 years. Of Sussex. Thursday, February 2, 2006. Beloved wife of the late Joseph.
Frederick, Everrette, 1922 – 1986, GM2 US Navy
Frederick, Darlene, 1930 –
Frederick, Lester L., 1920 – Fredrick, Lester L. “Bud” Found peace on December 28, 2007, at the age of 87 years. Beloved husband of Delores (nee Schultz).
Fredrick, Delores L. (Nee Schultz) Found peace on August 17, 2008, at the age of 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Lester. Loving mother of Ronald (Edith) and Nancy (James) Wollenberg. Dear grandma of Rick (Amy), Amy (Kurt) Killberg and Melissa Wollenberg. Special great-grandma of Tyler and Morgan. Dear sister of Burdella (the late Ervin) Miller, Marie (Gaylord) Grande and Herman (Talu) Schultz. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by 4 brothers and 2 sisters. Visitation on Thursday, August 21, at St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, 20851 W. Main St., Lannon from 10AM until the time of Service at 12 noon. Burial to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the]]>American Cancer Society appreciated. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services Menomonee Falls (262) 251-3630
Frey, Susan M., twin sister, d. 12/14/1976
Frey, John H., 8/25/1953 – 7/16/1980
Frey, Mary E. (Nee Lauson) Born to Eternal Life on May 6, 2008, age 89. Loving mother of Karen Mattox, Robert Frey and the late John Frey. Cherished grandma of Jenny (Joe) Kopacka, David (Chasiti) Mattox and Lindy (Amanda) Mattox. Great-grandma of Sami and Joey Jr. Kopacka, Tyler, Victoria, and Ethan Mattox. Visitation Saturday, May 10, at the Funeral Home from 1:00 PM until tine of Funeral Service at 2:00 PM. Interment to follow at Sunnyside Cemetery. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt and Sons Funeral and Cremation Services N84 W17937 Menomonee Ave. Menomonee Falls (262) 251-3630
Fries, Norman H., 5/14/1909 – 8/18/1991, LCDR U. S. Navy WWII
Fries, Adeline R., married Norman on 5/7/1942, 2/12/1918- 3/28/1997
Friess, Richard J., 1967 – 1982
Friess, Harvey A., 1924 – 1975
Friess, Marjorie M., 1925 –
Fritz, Earl A., 1906 – 1965
Fritz, Thekla, 1909 – 1987
Fritz, Beverly, 3/4/1934 –
Fritz, Karl N., married Beverly on 10/12/1963, 7/2/1938 -1/21/1998
Froemming, “Grandma”, 1831 – 1911
Fryda, Ernest A., 1898 – 1982
Fryda, Viola M., 1900 – 1980
Fye, John (father), 1865 or 57 – 1944
Fye, Hermina, nee Lotz, wife and dau. of Anton Lotz &Elizabeth Walter, 10/20/1861 – 5/28/1919
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