SUN PRAIRIE, WI - THE BIRTHPLACE OF GEORGIA O'KEEFFE
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231 Adopted. Nosser, Margaret E. (I35077)
 
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242 After a lingering illness covering a period of more than two years, during which time she fought bravely, hoping against hope for recovery, Mrs. Theo. Schey succumbed to the inevitable, and passed to her reward Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the age of 30 years, 2 months and 2 days. Johanna Mautz was born in Hohenzollern, Germany, Aug. 9, 1886, and was the daughter of Eng. Mautz. of East Bristol. Her mother died when she was a babe. At the age of ten years, she came with her stepmother and the other children of the family to America, and to East Bristol, where Mr. Mautz had come at an earlier date to prepare a home for them. Here she grew to womanhood, and Sept. 22, 1908, was united in marriage at St. Joseph's Church, East Bristol, to Theo. Schey, and came to Sun Prairie, where they have since resided. Two children were born to them, a son, Engelbert, now six years old, and a daughter, Angela, now four years old. Both are old enough to understand the death of their mother, yet are too young to realize the great loss of the love, protection and sacrifice that is the priceless treasure bestowed upon children by all true Mothers. Because of her youth, and the need of her in the home of her children, her passing is extremely sad, and the bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of the whole community in the hour of their desolation. Besides the husband and two children, she is survived by her father, stepmother, three sisters and three brothers. The brothers and sisters are: Mrs.. Frank Larme, Mrs. John Batz, of this Village, Joe Mautz of Bristol, Matt, of this village, Annie, who has helped to care for her sister during her long illness, and Adelbert, of Bristol. Funeral services were held this morning at 10 o'clock at Sacred Hearts Church, Rev. J. J. Salentin officiating, and interment was in Sacred Hearts' cemetery. Mautz, Johanna (I24523)
 
243 After attending Stoughton High School, Jeannette graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a BA degree in 1943. After her divorce from Pierce D Nelson, M.D., she went back to school to become a teacher. In 1964, she earned her MS degree in counseling and was admitted to Phi Lambda Theta. Soon after, she became a lifetime member of NEA and joined the WEAC. After retiring, she had many interests, such as enjoying church activities and working with the East Madison Coalition and the Blooming Grove Historical Society. She was also a member of the Madison Elks Club. Jeannette also enjoyed seeing the world. Her travels and many trips took her to nearly a hundred different destinations. Golf and bridge were her favorite activities. One of her greatest achievements was when she was awarded the Life Master Certificate by the American Contract Bridge League in recognition of her outstanding achievement in bridge competition in 1999. Asperheim, Jeannette (I18204)
 
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247 After her mother died in 1906. she lived with her uncle Fred and aunt Regina (who already had 8 children) in the Town of York. After her First Communion in East Bristol,she lived with her grandparents, Lorenz & Mary Schernecker.

She retired in December 1967 after 40 years working for an Insurance Co. in Milwaukee, WI. 
Schernecker, Alice Mary Julia (I19053)
 
248 After marriage, moved to Hot Springs (Rawhide), NV in 1909.
Returned to Sun Prairie, WI in 1952.

Mrs. Anna Wedell Dies at The Age of 102 at Portage b
/bMrs. Anna Wedell, 102, widow of Michael Wedell, died Thursday night, Feb. 5, in a Portage nursing home. She was the former Anna Batz, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Batz.
Her father was a pioneer area farmer and officer of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Sun Prairie.
Mrs. Wedell was born at East Bristol April 17, 1867. For several years she served as assistant cashier at the Farmers and Merchants Bank, She also assisted in management of a local canning company.
Mrs. Wedell was married in 1909, after which she and her husband lived for a number of years in Hot Springs, Nev. where he was engaged in gold mining and ranching as well as operating a small health resort.
Following his death in 1925, Mrs. Wedell continued her interest in the mines and in the health resort for a time. She returned to Sun Prairie in 1952.
Mrs. Wedell was a member of Sacred Hearts Catholic Church and the Third Order of St. Dominic. Her only survivors are nieces and nephews.
The rosary was recited at Tuschen's Funeral Home Sunday night. The funeral service was held Monday morning in Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church. The Rev. H. A. Waldkirch officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Pallbearers were Allan Batz, Clem Batz, George Batz, Karl Mueller, Gerald Batz and Paul Spahn. ,
 
Batz, Mary Anna (I12)
 
249 After the death of her husband, Josephine continued to work the farm for a period of about five years until her eldest son, Frank, was old enough to take over. She than moved the other children to a white frame house located on Main Street in the Village of Waunakee.

In 1918 the flu epidemic hit Waunakee. It is said Josephine entered the kitchen of her home where her two daughter's, Rose and Lizzie, were speaking in whispers. She is suppose to have asked then if Theresa had died. They responded "yes". She then remarked "I raised seven children, I guess I can raise three more", referring to Theresa's three children. Theresa left Josephine, age three, Bernadine, age two, and Alfred, age two months. The story goes on to say she then went into the living room and sat down in her rocker. When her daughters joined her a short time later they found her dead. Josephine and her daughter, Theresa were laid out in two rooms of the same house at the same time. Theresa was buried first on October 26, 1918. Josephine was buried the next day. 
Kalscheur, Josephine (I6105)
 
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