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151 According to records from Lanskroun Parish 1134/29, Veronika Barbara
Peltzl was baptised on October 25, 1790 at Oberjohnsdorf, Nr. 77. Her
father was Anton Peltzl, a soldier of the Infanterie regiment d'Alton and
her mother was Katharina Habermann. Godparents were listed as Katharina
Keiner and Anton Klecker. The parish records provide in German:

Lanskroun baptism No. 1134 Page 29

25.10.1790
Nr. 77 Oberjohnsdorf
Veronika Barbara Peltzl
V Anton Peltzl gem. Sold. von d'Alton Inf. Reg.
M Catharina gebo: Habermann
P Katharina Keiner Anton Kelcker

According to the Lanskroun Parish marriage records at #1134, page 3,
Anton Pelzl, a soldier from the Infantry Regiment from Fabus who was 28
years of age and never before married, married Catharina Habermann from
Luckau who was 24 years of age and never before married. The parish
records provide in German:

Lanskroun marriage No. 1134 Page 3
20.11.1785
Nr. 70 Oberjohnsdorf
Anton pelzl Gem. Soldat von Fabus Inf. Reg.
28 Jahre ledig
Catharina Hambermann v Luckau
24 Jahre ledig

According to the Lanskroun Parish baptismal records at #1024, page 24,
Catharina Haberman was born on October 6, 1756 to parents Lorenz
Habermann and his wife, Marina, who belonged to a dominion (?). Her
godparent was Katharina Sponer, the wife of Mathias Sponer. [Note:
Catharina Habermann appears to have "shaved" five years off of her age by
the time she married Anton in 1785.] The parish records provide in Latin:

Damnikov baptism No. 1024 Page 24
6.10.1756
Lukau
Catharina
Parentes Laur. Haberman et Marina subditi
Patrini Catharina uxor Math. Sponer 
Habermann, Catharina (I10688)
 
152 According to Sharon Lind, John hair went white at a young age. Sharon's story is that John met his wife to be in his father's store in Missoula but Hugh Sr. died in 1873 so it was probably his brother Hugh's store in Missoula.

John had many jobs in Montana. At one time he was an upholsterer.

Sharon Lind remembers John's sisters coming to Montana a time or two to visit the family. She's sure that Elizabeth Yorker was one, and at least one other sister as well.

Cal Davies found in Ancestry.com, John listed in Deer Lodge County, Montana, 1896 Anacoda City Directory. His occupation - 2nd goods 300 East Tird, - Address - residence 513 East Third.

Sharon Lind and her Mom went to Anaconda on St. Patrick's Day of 2002. They found Hill cemetery, but were unable to get up there in the snow. They then dropped down into town, and looked up the addresses that Cal Davies found. The building that John had his business in is no longer there, but there are plenty of other buildings on the block which look like they could have been there in 1896. They found the row of houses where he and his family probably resided. The houses were very neatly kept. It was Sunday, so they didn't get a chance to go to the library or the courthouse, so hat will be another trip.

They did spend some time in Philipsburg, MT. They found the advertisement of John's business in the local paper for 1893. It seems he had a business partner named Vanderhoof, and the business was called "Vanderfoof and McCutcin". Sharon found out from a gentleman in the Missoula library that the name Vanderhoof was fairly prominent in Montana, and that one of the vanderfoofs later started a town by that name in British Columbia. They also found that the Vanderfoof in Philipsburg didn't pay his taxes.

Cal Davies found John McCutchin with wife Euphema and daughters, Florence, Minnie, Tsahel, and Mary, in the Montana, Silver Bowl County, Butte City, 7 June 1900 census. Ref.-Family History Center micro-film #1,240,915. 
McCutcheon, John Clark (I12397)
 
153 According to the Landskroun Parish baptismal records at #1130, page 766,
Anton Peltzl was born in Oberjohnsdorf to parents Michael Peltzl and his
wife, Elisabeth. Anton's godparents were Josef Hausler and Elisabeth
Benisch. The parish records provide in Latin:

Lanskroun Baptism No. 1130 Page 766
11.7.1757
Oberjohnsdorffio
Antonius
Parentes Michael Peltzl Elisabetha
Patrini Josephus Heisler Elisabethae Penischin

According to Lanskroun Parish records at #1130, page 161, Michael Peltzl,
a widower from Oberjohnsdorf, married Elisabeth Fidl, the daughter of the
deceased Mathias Fidl of Johnsdorf. The parish register in Latin
provides:

Lanskroun Marriage No. 1130 Page 161
8.6.1755
Oberjohnsdorfio
8va Juny
Michael peltzl Viduus Oberjonsdorffio
Elisabetha filia deftis Mathiae Fidl ex Jonsdorffio

According to Lanskroun Parish baptismal records at #1129, page 222,
Elisabeth Fiedler was baptised in Oberjohnsdorf on March 14, 1729. Her
parents were Mathias Fiedler and his wife, Susanna. The godparents
were: Anna Tomesch and Georg Haussler. The parish records in Latin
provide:

Lanskroun Baptism No. 1129 Page 222
14.3.1729
14ten
Oberj.
Elisabetha
Parentes Mathias Fiedler Susanna
Patrini Anna thomeschin Georg Heissler 
Fidl, Elisabeth (I10924)
 
154 According to the Lanskroun Parish baptismal records at #1149, page 334,
Walpurga Rossler was baptised on April 11, 1686. Her parents were Georg
and Anna Rossler. Her godparents were Walburga frodl, Dorothea Kooler
and Georg Frodl. The parish records in German provide:

Lanskroun Baptism No. 1149 Page 334
11.4.1686
Den 11 A getaufft bolpurga der V: Girg Resler die M: Anna die bo:
bolburga frodlin Doeta Kollerin georg frodl 
Anna (I10965)
 
155 According to Trebovice Parish records at #1174, page 10, Franz Johann Muller was baptised on May 18, 1788. His parents were Johann Muller and Brigitta. His godparents were Raphael Brid and Anna Maria Frodlin. The parish records provide in German:

Trebovice Baptism No. 1174 Page 10 18.5.1788 May den 18ten Nr. 94 Franz Johann V Johann Miller M Brigitta P Raphael Bridl Ana Mra Frodlin

According to Trebovice Parish records at #1175, page 27, Franz Muller, the 26 year old legal son of Johann Muller, a farmer from Triebitz and Viktoria, the 34 year old unmarried daughter of Andreas Hoffmann, a farmer from Triebitz were married on May 3, 1813 at Triebitz 94. Witnesses to the wedding were Johann Muller and Georg Ott. The parish records provide in German:

Trebovice Marriage No. 1175 Page 27 3.5.1813 Majus den 3 Nr. 94 Franz des Johann Miller Hauslers sohn von Triebitz 26 Jahre ledig Victoria des Andres Hoffmann Hauslers Tochter eben von Triebitz 34 Jahre ledig Testes Johann Muller, Georg Ott 
Muller, Franz Johann (I10935)
 
156 According to Trebovice Parish records at #1175, page 27, Franz Muller, the 26 year old legal son of Johann Muller, a farmer from Triebitz and Viktoria, the 34 year old unmarried daughter of Andreas Hoffmann, a farmer from Triebitz were married on May 3, 1813 at Triebitz 94. Witnesses to the wedding were Johann Muller and Georg Ott. The parish records provide in German:

Trebovice Marriage No. 1175 Page 27 3.5.1813 Majus den 3 Nr. 94 Franz des Johann Miller Hauslers sohn von Triebitz 26 Jahre ledig Victoria des Andres Hoffmann Hauslers Tochter eben von Triebitz 34 Jahre ledig Testes Johann Muller, Georg Ott

According to Ceska Trebova parish records at #1947, page 332, Victoria Hoffman was baptised on April 14, 1780. Her parents were Andreas Hoffmann, a farmer and his wife, Viktoria. Her godparent was Sibilla Paukert. The address listed is for Triebitz #85. The parish records provide in Latin:

Ceska Trebova Baptism No. 1947 Page 332 14.4.1780 Victoria Parentes Hoffmann Andreas rusticus Mater Victoria Patrini Sybilla Paukertin Tribitzio 85 
Hofmann, Viktoria (I10834)
 
157 Ada was in the Richland county home the past two years following the death of her husband, Walter. Attesey, Ada J (I11242)
 
158 ADAMS - Jane M. Theisen, age 54, passed away on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in the presence of her loving family at UW Hospital. The former Jane Rauls was born July 10, 1962, to Gilbert and Wylina Rauls. On June 26, 1982, she was united in marriage to Brad Franz in DeForest, Wis. Together, as a family, they had two children, Ryan and Trisha, and resided in the Poynette area for 25 years. Together they operated Franz Family Farms, where Ryan continues to farm. Brad preceded Jane in death in June 2007.
In September 2010, Jane was united in marriage with David Theisen of Adams, Wis. After they married, her family expanded by gaining two step sons, Brad and Adam. David and Jane had a special bond and seemed to be able to read each other's minds. During their seven years of marriage they enjoyed gardening, antiquing, hosting family gatherings, and, most of all, each other's company. The pride she and Dave had in their yard was visible and the beauty was appreciated by everyone who saw it. Together they prepared and perfected the annual Thanksgiving dinner where Jane showcased her cooking talents - no one left hungry!
Jane had a huge heart, a great sense of humor and was a very giving person. She was always the first one there in a time of need. Being employed in customer service for the US Postal Service allowed her to exercise her innate talents of helping others. She had a true passion for cooking, reading, fashion, and loved to end her nights with a laugh from "Friends" or "Everybody Loves Raymond." Jane was classy in every sense of the word. Never would you find her without appropriate attire, accessories, and the personality to accompany it.
Jane was very fond of her son-in-law, Matt, and a proud grandmother of her "peanut," Bradley. She would take any opportunity she could to show photos and videos. Jane loved video calls with Bradley on a daily basis and enjoyed listening to his giggling video each and every day. Her love for her grandson was so unbelievably strong that it was felt by everyone! She also cherished her dear sisters, with whom she shared a unique bond.
Survivors include her husband, Dave Theisen of Adams; her son, Ryan Franz of Poynette; daughter, Trisha (Matt) Leaf, grandson, Bradley of Bloomington, Minn.; step sons, Brad (Alisha) of McFarland and Adam Theisen of Madison; her father, Gilbert and Jean Rauls of DeForest; sisters, Sue (Randy) Langer of DeForest, Sheila (Brett) Dinkel of Terre Haute, Ind., and Renee (Troy) Statz of Sun Prairie; and her in-laws, Herb and Kay Theisen, Niki Theisen, Dana (Charlie) Johnson, Randy (Dawn) Theisen, Paul (Vicki) Theisen, and Neil (Kandy) Theisen of Adams, Wis. She was preceded in death by husband, Brad Franz, and mother, Wylina Rauls.
Funeral services will be Saturday, May 20, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. at ST. OLAF CATHOLIC CHURCH, 623 Jefferson St., DeForest. Visitation will be held Friday, May 19, 2017, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 6924 Lake Road, DeForest. 
Rauls, Jane (I28246)
 
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160 Address in 1910: Ettrick, Trempealeau Co., WI.

Address in 1930: Madison, Dane Co., WI. 
Fillner, Gustave L. (I41050)
 
161 Adelaide was a twin to Hattie.

Adelaide is never mentioned in anyone's obit. Roberta Fosdal - Researcher for Dodge/Jefferson Counties Genealogical Society found this information. The Jefferson County Register of Deeds office found this information under surnames listing of Zimprich/Zimbrick. 
Zimbrich, Adelaide (I16505)
 
162 Adelaide was born in 1868 at the family home in Hampden, the fourth oldest in a family of fifteen. At an early age she worked in the fields with her brothers while her older sister, Laura, helped in the house and learned to sew. Adelaide received her education in the district school not far from home and also at the Catholic school at East Bristol. She spent much of her recess time sewing quilt pieces and learning to crochet.

When she was twenty she married George Steinbach and they farmed on the Steinbach homestead in Hampden. They had one daughter, Louise. As Adelaide went about her housework, she often had a book or magazine propped somewhere from which she memorized long humorous readings. She entertained friends and relatives with these "readings" - even when she was quite old.

After her husband's death, she moved to Columbus where she lived until age and failing health forced her to give up her home. She moved to a nursing home at Wyocena, WI where she celebrated her 100th birthday in 1968. She died at 102. 
Trapp, Adelaide M (I13145)
 
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164 Adeline A. Kohn, age 95, of Waterloo, died on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at Hillside Manor in Beaver Dam.

The visitation was held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Reeseville on Friday, March 21, 2014. The funeral service followed at the church on Friday with the Rev. Matthew Martin officiating. Burial was at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Reeseville.

The former Adeline Agnes Riege was born on January 24, 1919 to August and Edna (Huebner) Riege in the Town of Portland. On June 25, 1938, she was united in marriage with Leslie Kohn at Trinity Lutheran Church in Reeseville. Adeline worked at Reeseville Canning Co. and Landsee Egg Co. as well as operating her farm, with her husband, in the Town of Portland. She enjoyed bowling, cooking and baking and was always willing to watch her grandchildren and friend's children. Adeline was a long time member of Trinity Lutheran Church.

Adeline is survived by her children, Robert L. (Jody) Kohn of Juneau, Dennis (Susan) Kohn of Reeseville, Ruth (Dave) Snow of Reeseville, Gary Kohn of Watertown, and Pamela (David) Davison of Waterloo; 16 grandchildren; 26 great grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren, with a third on the way; sister, Verna Wilke of Reeseville; brother, Melvin (Mary) Riege of Watertown; sisters-in-law, Bonnie Riege of Lowell and Ruby Means of Broken Arrow, OK; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband on February 3, 1978; daughter, Marie Kettlehon; brothers, Raymond, Leslie, Wallace and Alvin Riege; sisters, Beatrice Weber, Bernice Luther; and granddaughter, Amber Snow.

If desired, memorials may be made in Adeline A. Kohn's name to Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterloo Fire and EMS Supporters Inc., or to a charity of one's choice.

The Koepsell-Murray Funeral Home in Reeseville is caring for the family.
 
Riege, Adeline Agnes (I65534)
 
165 Adeline R. Yaroch, age 86 passed away on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, peacefully, at her home. She was born on December 11, 1927 in Beaver Dam. She was the daughter of Chester and Rose (Drzonek) Bashynski. She married Willard Yaroch on September 3, 1955 at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Beaver Dam.

She was a member of Sacred Hearts Catholic Church and St. Anne's Altar Society. She also was active with the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She enjoyed flower gardening, baking, and sewing doll clothes.

She is survived by 4 children, Janelle (Marty) Peterson of Sun Prairie, Todd (Laureen Gilray) of Poynette, Tim (Pam) of Westfield, Sue (Chris)Yaroch of Sun Prairie; grandchildren, Melissa Yaroch of Peshtigo, Shana (Josh Kuhl) Peterson of Madison, a great grandchild, Adrian Yaroch of Peshtigo; a brother Arnold Bashynski of Randolph; a sister Rita (Alfred) Bork of Beaver Dam; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her faithful 4 legged companions Mylo and Missy.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Willard, sister and brother-in-laws Shirley Bashynski, Phyllis and Orville Bremer, Lorraine and John Baszynski; nephews, Gary Bremer and David Baszynski.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church, 227 Columbus Street in Sun Prairie with Monsignor Duane Moellenberndt presiding. Burial will be in Sacred Hearts Cemetery. A visitation will be held on Monday, March 3, 2014 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home, 302 Columbus St. in Sun Prairie, and from 10:00 a.m. until the time of Mass at the church on Tuesday.

Memorials funds are being established. A special thank you to Msgr. Duane and the staff at Sacred Hearts Church, Dr. James Nosal, the staff at Agrace HospiceCare Inc., mom's dedicated caregivers Linda Fuelle, Lori Gilray, Pam Yaroch, and Wally Storch for bringing communion faithfully every Friday, our wonderful neighbor Jack and Coleen Erdman, and all the calls, cards, visits, and kind words from all of our friends, family, relatives and neighbors.

God Bless You All. Mom, you will be sadly missed, but Never……Ever….Forgotten!

Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home
Sun Prairie, WI
 
Bashynski, Adeline (I40485)
 
166 Adeline S. Dott, age 97, died on Tuesday, April 10, 1990, at the Skaalen Nursing Home in Stoughton following a long illness. She was born in East Bristol on April 11, 1893. She was the daughter of Fred and Regina (Schey) Schernecker. She married Leo L. Dott on September 30, 1914 in Sun Prairie. She worked for many years at the O. J. Weisensel department store in the ladies ware department. She was a charter member of the Catholic Order of Foresters Court #626 and financial secretary for many years. She was a member of the St. Ann's Altar Society, and St. Martha's Women's Circle. Leo and Adeline celebrated 50 years of marriage on September 30, 1964. She is survived by a son, Carl (Arlene) Dott of Monona; a grandson, Stephen (Candace) of St. Louis, MO; and three great-grandsons, Alexander, Nicholas, and Christopher. She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; four brothers, and three sisters. A Scripture Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 14, 1990, at the Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary Catholic Church, 227 Columbus St., with Father Kenneth J. Fiedler officiating. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of service at the funeral home. A rosary will be recited at 10:30 a.m. at the church. A mass for her intention will be held at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 19, 1990. Schernecker, Adeline S. (I12798)
 
167 Adeline S.L. Franzen, 85, died on Tuesday, April, 30, 1996 at her home in Poynette. She was born in the Town of Sun Prairie on Aug. 1, 1910 and was the daughter of George and Marie Kroncke. She married Walter Franzen on Aug. 15, 1948 in Sun Prairie. She and Walter owned and operated the Franzen Frozen Food and meat locker in Sun Prairie. She was a member of Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church and its Ladies Aid. Survivors include her husband, a daughter, Dottie (Jeff Kmiec) Franzen of Poynette; a step-daughter, Shirley (Larry) Schey of Sun Prairie; two grandchildren, Walter (Rita) Miller of Black Earth and George Forbes of Madison; a granddaughter-in-law, Janet Miller of Seymour; and four great-grandchildren, Aaron Miller of Plano, Texas and George, Shanon and Cody Miller, all of Seymour. She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Ralph Westby; two brothers, Art and Arnold Kroncke; and a sister, Meta Skalitzky. Funeral services were held on Friday, May 3 at Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sun Prairie with Pastor Ardin Laper officiating. Burial was in the Sun Prairie City Cemetery. A visitation was held at the Tuschen Newcomer Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials be made to Peace Lutheran Church. Kroncke, Adeline Selma Louise (I43443)
 
168 Adeline was a homemaker. Busse, Adeline (I14349)
 
169 Adella was a home maker. Stang, Adella Della Alida (I14329)
 
170 Adler, Adelaide
WAUNAKEE - Adelaide Adler, age 87 of Waunakee, died on Saturday, October 24, 1998 at the Waunakee Manor Health Care Center following a brief illness. The former Adelaide Dorn was born on March 13, 1911 in Waunakee to Joseph and Elizabeth (Wipperfurth) Dorn. She was married to Vincent Adler in 1937, and he preceded her in death in 1995.
She was a past employee of the Waunakee Schools. Adelaide was a member of the 500 Club for over 50 years, the Waunakee Legion Auxiliary, and St. Johns Catholic Church and its Christian Mothers Society.
Survivors include, five sons, Rodney "Sid" (Sherry), Don (Donna), Gary (Mary), Michael "Mitch" (Barb), all of Waunakee, Russ (Jill) of Lodi; three daughters, Audrey Kuehn (Richard Ringelstetter), Karen Meinholz Niesen (Robert), and Mary Marks, all of Waunakee; 25 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard (Eleanor) Dorn of Waterloo; a sister Louise (Al) Hornung of Roxbury; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband Vince; a son, Paul; a grandchild, Paul Adler; two sons-in-law, Allie Meinholz, and Rodney Marks; three sisters, her twin Anne Statz, Evelyn Ripp, Esther Pick, and Rosemary Herbrand; and two brothers, Robert and Tom.
Funeral services will be held on "Tuesday, October 27, 1998 at 11:00 a.m. at ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH in Waunakee. Reverend Eric Nielsen will officiate. Friends may call on Monday, October 26, 1998 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the WINN FUNERAL HOME in .Waunakee, where a Rosary Service will be recited at 8:00 p.m.. Friends may also call a the Church on Tuesday, October 27, 1998 from 10:30 a.m. until the time of services. Burial will take place in the church cemetery. 
Dorn, Adelaide (I66105)
 
171 Adler, Jerome "Peppi"

ASHTON - Jerome "Peppi" Adler, age 94, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Golden Living Center in Wisconsin Dells, surrounded by his loving family.

He was born on Dec. 9, 1919, in the town of Springfield, the son of Joseph and Catherine (Ziegler) Adler. Jerome was the first in the area to be drafted. Jerome proudly served his country in the U.S. Army from January 1942 through May 1945 during World War II. He served as a medic on the front lines in Germany, France and at D Day. Jerome was united in marriage to Mary Ann Acker on Nov. 26, 1946, at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Ashton. Together they took over the family farm where they raised their family. Jerome took great pride in farming and was named the "Farmer of the Year" in 1952. He had a variety of interests including baseball, bowling and cards but truly enjoyed horseshoes where he played to win.

Jerome is survived by his wife of 67 years, Mary Ann; their children, Dan (Pat) Adler, Linda (Bob) Ziegler, Jane (Gary) Itten, Butch (Cookie) Adler, Marie Adler, David (Kim) Adler, Mary (Bruce) Heise and Tom Adler; 18 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; a sister Viola Blum; a sister-in-law, Eileen Adler and a brother-in-law, John Holtz. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sons, Mark and Jerome "Jerry" Adler; his brothers, Gerald, Edward, Walter, and Allie, sisters, Sr. Loretta, Amy, and Rita; a son-in-law, Terry Carnes; and a special family friend, Celeste Laufenberg.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, 7129 County Road K, Middleton, at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, with Father Brian Dulli presiding. Burial will be in St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery where military rites will be accorded by the Cross Plains American Legion Post No. 245. Visitation will be held on Saturday from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at the church. The family wishes to extend a special thank you to Golden Living Center for their loving care and to Father Mike Richel for his support.

Gunderson West
 
Adler, Jerome J. "Peppi" (I29386)
 
172 Adolph and Armella had no children. Blaschka, Adolph J (I11973)
 
173 Adolph Birrenkott was born in Prussia in 1803. He came to this country with his wife Margaret and son Michael in 1852. According to the 1860 Census for the town of Cross Plains, Post Office of Pine Bluff, page 100 dated August 7, 1860, Adolph, age 57, was living with William Berrish, age 36 and his wife Anne, age 34. His name was spelled Barringcot. Sometime after 1860, Adolph married a Sybilla Klein whos husband died prior to 1860. She had three children from the previous marriage. Adolph died in Pine Bluff on September 16, 1869. Birrenkott, Adolph (I59977)
 
174 Adolph was a truck gardener.

Adolph had no grand children. He had a pet canary that had the run of the house. It was stepped on and killed.

Adolph was the first resident to be inducted in the Bowling Hall of Fame.

Adolph was buried by his first wife even though he was married over 50 years to his second wife. 
Stang, Adolph John (I14328)
 
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184 Adopted daughter of Anton and Phoebe Moreth. Moreth, Gertrude Katherine (I36999)
 
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191 Adopted son of Andrew J. Tuschen and Frances Lerch. (Father died in 1920 and mother in 1921.)

Obituary:

Theodore W. Tuschen

Theodore W. Tuschen, age 80, died on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1992 in a Sun Prairie nursing home following a long illness. He was born on May 28, 1912 in Bristol, and was son of Andrew and Frances (Lerch) Tuschen. Andrew and Frances died when Ted was a young boy. Ted was then adopted by his uncle and aunt, Frank A. and Cecelia M. (Schey) Tuschen.

Ted and his wife, Margaret Jones Tuschen, were founders of the Tuschen Funeral Home, Sun Prairie, which they operated for over fifty years. Ted was a member of Sacred Hearts Catholic Church, the Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Knights of Columbus.

He also served as a member and president of the Sun Prairie Village Board and the Sun Prairie Police and Fire commission. He was a 50 year member of the Lion's Club International, and belonged to the National Funeral Directors Association, the Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, and South Central Funeral Directors Association.

Ted was preceded in death by his first wife, Margaret Jones Tuschen, and second wife, Betty Silvers; a brother, Robert; two sisters, Agnes Tuschen Peterson and Helen Tuschen Hickok; and a brother-in-law, John P. Jones.

He is survived by one son, Terry Tuschen of Sun Prairie; one daughter, Peggy Tuschen Scherrer (Edward) of Neenah; a former daughter-in-law, Kay Tuschen of Madison; five grandchildren, Terry Tuschen Jr. of Madison, Greta Scherrer of Appleton, Christina Tuschen of Colorado Springs, Colo., Claudia Scherrer and Andrew Tuschen, both of Madison; two sisters, Cecile Tuschen David (the late Paul) of Watertown, and Marilyn Tuschen Reininger (James) of Sun Prairie; sisters- in-law Laura Tuschen of Sun Prairie Marie Jones of Columbus, and friend, Gunda Osterhus of Sun Prairie;. three step-children, six step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, friends and colleagues in the funeral profession.

A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 23, at Sacred Hearts Catholic Church, 227 Columbus St, with burial in the Sacred Hearts Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home, 302 Columbus St., Sun Prairie, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 1992. 
Tuschen, Theodore W. (I37393)
 
192 Adopted son of Andrew J. Tuschen and Frances Lerch. (Father died in 1920 and mother in 1921.) Tuschen, Robert M. (I37534)
 
193 Adopted.
DEFOREST / WAUNAKEE'97Kevin Meffert, age 58, died on Sunday, July 15, 2018 from an accident while working on his dump truck. He was born in Madison, on March 1, 1960, the son of Gilbert and Viola (Kalscheuer) Meffert. His pride and joy was his dump truck and being the owner of KJM Enterprises, LLC, in DeForest. He also excelled at welding and enjoyed riding motorcycles, auto racing and working in the pits. Kevin worked hard and played hard. Survivors include his sister, Luann; brother, Terry (Kari); stepmother, Maryann; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 20, 2018, at 11 a.m. at WINN-CRESS FUNERAL HOME, in Waunakee. Monsignor James Gunn will preside. A reception will follow at St. John's School Hall following the service. Friends may call at the WINN-CRESS FUNERAL HOME on Thursday, July 19, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
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