Thanks so much for your help with this, and I'm sure what you found was our Bertha's death info. The immigration record I found at Ancestry.com listed a Michael Dolneck/age71; Charlotte/48; Augusta/16; Bertha/7; and Johan/38. Jacob Dasnic/etc could have died in Germany, and his father was taking the family to America. Just a guess. Johan/John resided with Bertha and husband Fred Boldt, and is listed as uncle-in-law. If you happen to run across anything on John Dollnick/Dolnic etc, I'd sure appreciate it. He kinda disappears after the 1900 census.
Mrs. Fred Boldt died at her home Northeast of Ashley on Thursday, February 12, 1920 of influenza followed by pneumonia at the age of 58 years, 5 months and 27 days. She bore her sickness with patience. All the care that human assistance could render was given her.
Bertha Dollnic was born in Germany July 1, 1862. She came to America in her youth and was married to Fred Boldt January 28, 1882. To this union was born three daughters and two sons, one daughter Mrs. Anna Severs preceded her in death July 11, 1919. She leaves to mourn her departure a devoted husband, four children, Mrs. Mary Knobeloch of Bettle Creek, Mich., Hattie, Albert and Freddie of Ashley.
Mrs. Boldt united with the Lutheran church in early life and lived strictly to her faith until the end. The funeral was held on Saturday last, being conducted by Rev. J. H. Blythe of Tamaroa. Interment was in the Brick Cemetery.
The fact that you took the time to do this look-up for me is greatly appreciated.