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||Performed by brother Herman from Utica, MI ||Family: F6133
||Performed by Pastor Von Rohr ||Family: F376
||Presumably, Michel and Esther Senechal are the parents of Samuel, who was born in Calais in 1645. However, only the name of his father Michel was given in the wedding record. ||Family: F2209
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F1008
||Rev Heran P Brezing officiating. ||Family: F5665
||Rev Paul G, Krutzky officiating ||Family: F6679
||Rev Schmidt of St Paul's North Tonawanda ||Family: F3495
||Rev Theodore Mayer ||Family: F8689
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F3998
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F1796
||St James death record for August reads m. 26 April 1892, Columbia MI. ||Family: F1340
||St James record reads 16 Oct 1880 ||Family: F93
||St James record reads b. 11 Jun 1848 ||Family: F6406
||St Paul Marriage record reads m. June 8, 1935, ||Family: F2055
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F5758
||St Paul's record reads 4 Apr 1916 ||Family: F2197
||The altar of Sacred Heart Church was adorned with roses and gladioli for the wedding rites of Miss Mary Savage and John Gaertner on Saturday wjfh the Rev. Francis Swartz officiating. A double-ring ceremony was performed for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dorochak, Whitney Ave., and the son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gaertner, 18th St ||Family: F18392
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F677
||The Buffalo News - July 7, 1996|
Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Camann of Niagara Falls celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a gathering of family and friends at Pane's Restaurant, North Tonawanda. Camann and Bonnie A. Milleville were married June 1, 1946, in St. James Lutheran Church, Bergholz. He is a retired maintenance supervisor for E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Niagara Falls. The couple has two children and five grandchildren.
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F3468
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F315
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F4198
||The marriage of Mr. Geo. Gombert and Miss Edith Meahl was solemnized at the|
Lutheran parsonage on Tuesday evening. The Revend Mr. Kleist performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Henry Meahl of Akron is visiting at the home of fier daughter, Mrs. George Gombert, of Niagara avenue. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gombert on Niagara avenue, is seriously ill. Their son Maurice has recovered from his recent
||The Niagara Gazette Feb 17, 1909|
Last evening at 8 o'clock Miss Anna M. Hasley and Mr. John Eidt, both of this city, were united in marriage at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Herman Breezing officiating. Tho bride was attended by Miss Alma Hasley while Mr. Louis Baker acted as best man. The Misses Christian Hasley and Rosa Wittkopp were bridesmaids. After the ceremony the wedding party enjoyed a dinner at the Union House, Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Eidt will reside in this city on Pierce avenue,
||The Niagara Gazette, Jun 8, 1931|
BURT, June 8.- Fire at 5:30 o'clock this morning totally destroyed the farm home of Charles Bagwell in the Jockey road near here. The Olcott and Newfane firemen were called but the place was a seething mass of flames before they arrived. The barn and other nearby farm buildings were saved by the firemen. Everything in the house was destroyed. The flames were discovered by Mrs. Bagwell who was the first one up. She notified the rest of the family and all escaped scantily clad One farm hand who was sleeping in an upper room was forced to throw his clothing from the window and Jump. He suffered from cuts and bruises. The value of the house is placed- at $6,000 and the furniture at *2<000, partly covered by Insurance.
Fears Farmhand Lost in Fire
Employe of Charles Bagwell Disappears after House Destroyed
LOCKPORT, June 9.- A farm hand employed by Charles T. Bagwell, whose home near Olcott was burned early yesterday morning is missing and it is believed he may have perished in the flames. A search is being conducted for him today. His name was not learned. A story that he had an argument with Bagwell and set the house on fire has been denied. Mr. Bagwell says he has had no trouble with the man. Whether or not he was asleep in the house during the fire is unknown. The Bagwell family and another farm hand escaped In their night clothing
||The Niagara Gazette: "A quiet but pretty wedding took place at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, April 21st at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, Cleveland avenue and 18th street, when Sophia S. Brown was united in marriage to Raymond J. Allen, of Rochester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Allen, Lowville. Rev. Edward Nemeschy performed the ceremony. Mrs. Arthur Rlckert and Benjamin Haseley, slate* and brother of the bride, were the only attendants. A reception for the* immediate family followed at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Allen will reside at 1656 Cleveland avenue, Niagara Falls." ||Family: F335
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F10366
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F4707
||There is a conflict between Bertha's age and recorded wedding date at Holy Ghost. ||Family: F4179
||They were married in the Church parsonage. ||Family: F1063
||This record also appears in the Trinty Lutheran Church, Buffalo NY register, and may have taken place there. ||Family: F9215
||Wedding held in the parsonage. ||Family: F6822
||Wedding performed by Pastor Von Rohr, announcement made 30 Oct 1870, wedding usually follows later that week, frequently Thursday eve.(3 Nov) ||Family: F1712
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F2911
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family: F3505
||Zion record indicates she was a widow at the time of her marriage to Emil Haseley ||Family: F1635
||Zion record reads married 30 Nov 1918. Not likely as his would make Clara only 11 yrs old at her wedding. ||Family: F1601
||North Tonawanda Evening News, January 7, 1915|
TAKES OUNCE OF CARBOLIC
Mrs. Adelaide Spark of Main Street Attempts Suicide in Home.
Dying at the hospital, Attending Physicians Say There is no Chance for the Woman to Live - Family Troubles Given as Motive - Drank Acid in Husband's Presence
Mrs. Adelaide Spark, thirty-two years old, wife of Clayton Spark of 219 Main Street, is dying at the DeGraff Memorial Hospital in Tremont street this afternoon from the effects of a dose of carbolic acid which she took while in the fit of despondency at her home this morning. Family troubles are given as the reason for the woman's act. Every effort is being made at the hospital to save the woman's life but the attending physicians say she cannot live. It is said that Spark, who makes his home in Sandusky, O., was trying to get Mrs. Spark to return to that city with him and it was while the couple were having words, that Mrs. Spark drank about an ounce of pure carbolic acid. Sparks called Dr. Wilcox and every effort was made to save the woman. Hamp's auto ambulance was called and she was removed to the DeGraff hospital. Dr. F. W. Bentley assisted Dr. Wilcox. Mrs. Spark was formerly Mrs. Delia Zaggel, wife of George Zaggel of Tremont street. The couple separated about five years ago, and a little more than a year ago, they were divorced. She was married about a year ago to Mr. Spark and moved to Sandusky, O. where the couple lived for some time. A few months ago, according to rumors, the Sparks parted and Mrs. Sparks returned to the home of her mother at 219 N. Main street, where she has since lived. Mr. Sparks came here about ten days ago and had been living at the same place. Mrs. Sparks has one daughter Estella Zaggel, thirteen years old. The child has been living with her grandmother on Main street.
||Niagara Gazette - 10/17/1927|
Stenzel Funeral Held
Angola Woman Well Known In Niagara Falls and vicinity
Angola, Oct 17 - The funeral of Mrs. Ann Stenzel, wife of August Stenzel of this place, who died Tuesday afternoon was held from the family home here on Friday morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Dr. Brunt officiated, and interment was made in Riverdale cemetery, Niagara Falls. The bearers were Louis Boeldt, Charles Hess, Edward Hess, Frank Hess, William Roll and Charles Roll, all grandsons of Mrs. Stenzel. Mrs. Stenzel who was 74 year old, has been a chair invalid for the past 10 years, but was forced to her bed four weeks ago. She was well known in Niagara Falls, Tonawanda and Buffalo. Besides her husband Mrs. Stenzel leaves to mourn her loss two daughters Mrs. Elsie Boeldt and Mrs. Minnie Roll of Niagara Falls and one son, Louis Mindel of Chicago, Ill, and one sister, Willener Hewitt of Ripley, Ont. Mrs. Stenzel also leaves 13 grandchildren and 29 great grand children.
||MRS. ANNA L. JAENECKI|
Mrs. Anna L. Jaenecke, 94, who resided with her grandson, Louis Jaenecke at 24 Falconer street, died this morning at the DeGraff Memorial hospital. She was born in Germany and had resided in North Tonawanda the past 71 years. She is survived by a daughter-in-law, Mrs, Elsie F. Jaenecke; a grandson, Louis Jaenecke; a great granddaughter, Betty L. Jaenecke, all, of North Tonawanda, five nieces and a nephew. Rites will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:90 from the Jaenecke home on Falconer street. The Rev. G. Howard Mickelsen will officiate. Burial will be in St. Matthew's cemetery.
OTTO - Mrs. Anna C. Otto, 64, died this morning, July 10, 1954, unexpectely in her home, 71 Brundage Ave. Mrs. Otto is survived by her husband, Herman, and was the mother of Edwin of Barker and Victor Roland Otto and Mrs. Irving Zuch of North Tonawanda; sister of Gottfried and Edward Mallas and Mrs. Juliana Winkler; grandmother of 11 grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Fretthold Funeral Home, 1241 Oliver St. at Ward Rd., the Rev. Paul H. Gassmann officiating. Burial will be in St. Matthew's Lutheran Cemetery.
||Buffalo Express, Jun 22, 1916|
Mrs. Anna Rosebrock. 60 years old wife of Herman Rosebrock of Payne avenue, died suddenly at her home this morning after suffering a few days with a heavy cold. Mrs. Rosebrock was born in North Tonawanda and had lived here all her life. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Henry Hagen of North Tonawanda, and four sons. William J. Rosebrock of Buffalo and Herman J., Albert, and Edwin Rosebrock of North Tonawanda. The funeral will be held from the family home at 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon and a half hour later from Saint Matthew's church on Wheatfield street, the Rev. Carl Frankenstein officiating.
||Rochester Times Union, June 23, 1943|
Mrs. Charles Duchow
Middleport - The death of Mrs. Augusta Duchow, 83, widow of Charles, Duchow, occurred Monday (June 21, 1943) at the residence of her son William Duchow of the Lewiston Road, Middleport. Mrs. Duchow is survived by three sons, Frank, Charles and William Duchow of the Town of Royalton; one daughter, Mrs. Frank Marx of Buffalo; eleven great-grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2:18 p.m. tomorrow from the residence of her son, William Duchow, and at 3 o'clock In St. Michael's Lutheran Church at Wolcottsville. Burial will be in Royalton Mountain Ridge Cemetery.
||The Evening News, Oct 23, 1913|
Mrs. Augusta Beitz, 45 yrs old, wife of Charles Beitz street, died this morning after a lingering illness. Besides the husband, two daughters, Alma and Eva Beitz, survive. Funeral announcement will be made later.
||The Tonawanda News, Oct 2, 1920|
Mrs Justine Koske
Mrs. Augustina Koske, 81 years old, died this morning at her home at No. 287 Oliver Street after a prolonged illness. She was born in Germany. Fifty years ago she came to the United States, and settled in North Tonawanda, where continued her residence the remainder of her life. Surviving are a husband, Fred Koske, four daughters, Miss Anna Koske, Mrs. William Rietsch, Mrs. Charles Lemke, and Mrs. Theodore Demler of North Tonawnada, four sons, Frank and Fred Koske of North Tonawanda, August Koske of Niagara Falls, and Otto Koske of Buffalo, seventeen grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at two oclock at the home, and 2:30 from St Matthew Church. Rev Carl Frankenstein officiating. Burial at City cemetery.
||Niagara Falls Gazette, August 6, 1970|
Mrs. Bertha Schumacher
NORTH TONAWANDA - Mrs. Bertha C. Schumacher, 68, 562 East Thompson St., died Tuesday (August 4, 1970) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. She was a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. She is survived by her husband Herman W. Schumacher; two sons, Keith V. and Ray H., both of the Tonawandas; a daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Lois) Finn of Clarence; a sister, Mrs. E. D. Mattice of Hagersville, Ont.; a brother, Allen Ebert Ont., and 9 of Hamilton, grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Fretthold Funeral Home, with the Rev. E. W. Moldenhauer officiating. Burial will be in Elm Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Mrs. Carolina Gauda, 62 years old, a resident of North Tonawanda for 32 years, died at the Elmwood avenue hospital in Buffalo on Thursday night. The body was brought to the home of the deceased's son, Albert Gauda at No. 222 Fredericka street, Gratwick. Four sons, Albert, Charles and Christian Gauda of North Tonawanda and Richard Gauda of Lockport and two daughters, Mrs. August Fisher of North Tonawanda and Mrs. Judson Kulp of Cobalt, Canada, survive. The funeral will be held at the Gauda home, on Fredericka street tomorrow afternoon, the Rev. F. Westerman officiating. Burial will be in the Tonawanda city cemetery.
||The Evening News, Oct 24, 1939|
MRS. CAROLINE BARTEL
Mrs. Caroline Bartel, 80, wife of the late John Bartel, of 28 Walnut street, Lockport, died in the Lockport City hospital this morning. She was a former resident of the Tonawandas. Born in Germany, she had resided in the United States the past 75 years. She leaves a son, John, North Tonawanda; nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Rites will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hamp Funeral Home, 37 Adam street. The Rev. Carl Frankenstein of the St. Matthew's church will officiate. Interment will be in St. Matthew cemetery.
||The Medina Tribune, Thursday Oct 17, 1985|
Mrs. Catherine Krebs, aged 87 years, died Thursday in Milwaukee, Wis. She is survived by six sons, Godfrey and Martin of Medina, Christian of South Dakota, Gottlib of Syracuse, Neb.; Paul of Eleria, Ohio and Fred of Rochester, four daughters, Mrs. Herman Meitz of Wolcottsville. Mrs. Charles Duff of Cleveland and sisters Elizabeth and Magdaline of Milwaukee. The remains were brought to the home of her son, Martin Krebs, of Shelby Center. The funeral was held from Trinity Lutheran Church, Wolcottsville, Monday afternoon, Revs. Herman Ewald and Theodore Kuehner officiating.
||Niagara Falls Gazette, April 3, 1969|
NORTH TONAWANDA - Mrs. Dorothy C. Werth, 61, of 163 Jackson Ave., died today (April 3, 1969) at the Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, after an illness of two months. She was a lifelong resident of this city and a member of the Third Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband Gustave Werth; a daughter, Mrs. Darrell Lichtenberger of New York City and a sister, Mrs. Wilson Hardleben of this city. Funeral service will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Wattengel Funeral Home by the Rev. Henry W. Eddy. Burial will be in White Chapel Memorial Park. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.