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The Whole History of Mauch Family

Posted: 27 Apr 2003 11:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Feb 2005 10:04PM GMT
Surnames: Mauch, Bender
Here is all the info I have so far, If you can add to anything would be great!

From: Michael Leon Wiest

Email: Michael_w55313@yahoo.com

Descendants of Hans Mauch


Generation No. 1

1. HANS1 MAUCH was born Abt. 1550 in Wurtemberg, Germany. He married APOLLONIA UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1558 in Wurtemberg, Germany.

Child of HANS MAUCH and APOLLONIA UNKNOWN is:
2. i. HANS2 MAUCH, b. Abt. 1580, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Generation No. 2

2. HANS2 MAUCH (HANS1) was born Abt. 1580 in Wurtemberg, Germany. He married KATHERINA REITZ May 19, 1601 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. She was born Abt. 1580 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.

Child of HANS MAUCH and KATHERINA REITZ is:
3. i. OSWALD3 MAUCH, b. February 17, 1604/05, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Generation No. 3

3. OSWALD3 MAUCH (HANS2, HANS1) was born February 17, 1604/05 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. He married MARGARETHA KOLLMER 1636 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, daughter of GEORG KOLLMER. She was born Abt. 1610 in Zimmern, Germany.

Child of OSWALD MAUCH and MARGARETHA KOLLMER is:
4. i. HANS ABRAHAM4 MAUCH, b. July 19, 1640, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. February 22, 1735/36, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Generation No. 4

4. HANS ABRAHAM4 MAUCH (OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born July 19, 1640 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died February 22, 1735/36 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. He married MARIA WALZ April 24, 1662, daughter of JACOB WALZ and CATHARINA STRUVE. She was born December 07, 1643 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died February 15, 1709/10 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.

Child of HANS MAUCH and MARIA WALZ is:
i. HANS JACOB5 MAUCH, b. April 21, 1663, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. November 25, 1719, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; m. ANNA MARGARETHA RAPP; b. January 22, 1668/69, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. September 10, 1748, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.



Descendants of Hans Jacob Mauch


Generation No. 1

1. HANS JACOB5 MAUCH (HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born April 21, 1663 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died November 25, 1719 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. He married ANNA MARGARETHA RAPP, daughter of ABERLIN RAPP and KATHERINA MENNER. She was born January 22, 1668/69 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died September 10, 1748 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.

Child of HANS MAUCH and ANNA RAPP is:
2. i. JOHANN GEORG6 MAUCH, b. April 21, 1694, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. September 25, 1769, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Generation No. 2

2. JOHANN GEORG6 MAUCH (HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born April 21, 1694 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died September 25, 1769 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. He married ANNA CATHARINA FUCHS July 19, 1720. She was born February 28, 1690/91 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died February 16, 1763.

Child of JOHANN MAUCH and ANNA FUCHS is:
3. i. JULIUS7 MAUCH I, b. January 13, 1736/37, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. November 04, 1803, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Generation No. 3

3. JULIUS7 MAUCH I (JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born January 13, 1736/37 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died November 04, 1803 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany. He married CHRISTINA ROSINA BAUER January 26, 1762, daughter of JOHANN BAUER and CHRISTINE BEHRINGER. She was born July 31, 1737 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died August 25, 1784.

Child of JULIUS MAUCH and CHRISTINA BAUER is:
4. i. JULIUS8 MAUCH II, b. April 10, 1777, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. March 25, 1862, Worms, Russia.


Generation No. 4

4. JULIUS8 MAUCH II (JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born April 10, 1777 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died March 25, 1862 in Worms, Russia. He married (1) CHRISTINA MARGARETHA BECHLER November 06, 1798. She was born January 02, 1779 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died November 20, 1799. He married (2) SOPHIA CATHERINA RAPP February 24, 1800, daughter of MICHAEL RAPP and SABINA ELBIN. She was born January 02, 1779 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died April 13, 1864 in Worms, Russia.

Notes for JULIUS MAUCH II:
(Julius Mauch II and Sophia Catherina Rapp)

I. Christina Margareta Mauch (July 24, 1814 at Nussdorf

Married Johannes Bender

Children

A. Johanna Bender (February 23, 1834

B. Johann George Bender (May 5, 1836

C. Carl Bender January 1842

D. Margaretha Bender ( August 30, 1838-January 10, 1839)

E. Johannes Bender (November 7, 1839

F. Martin Bender ( March 23, 1844-

G. Christina Bender (July 19, 1847

H. Jacob Bender (November 1, 1851

I. Johann Bender (September 6, 1854



A. Johanna Margartha Bender (February 23, 1834



B. Johann George Bender (May 5, 1836

Married Margaretha Kercher

Children

1. George

2. Christina

3. Jacob

4. Elisabeth

5. Wilhelm

6. Johann



C. Carl Bender (January 1842-

Married Elisabeth Bender

Children

1. Johann

2. Jacob

3. Katherine

4. Christina

5. Carl Bender



5. Carl Bender

married Karolina Guthmiller

children

a Christina Bender

b John Bender

c. Jacob Carl Bender

d Frederick Bender

e. Margaretha Bender

f. Katherine Bender

g. George John Bender

h. Amelia Susan Bender

i. Carolyn Bender

j. Bertha Bender

k Johanna Clara Bender

l. Theodore Henry Bender



D. Margaretha Bender (August 30, 1838- January 10, 1839)



E. Johannes Bender

Married Magdalene Nagel

Children

1. Johannes Bender

2. Peter Bender

3. Jacob Bender

4. Martin Bender

5. George Bender

6. Katherine Bender

7. Heinrich Bender

8. Elisabeth Bender

9. Magdalene Bender

10. Jacob Bender



F. Martin Bender

Married Sabila Whittmann

Children

1. Johannes George Bender



G. Christina Bender (July 19, 1847-

Married John K. Bender

Children

1. Charles J. Bender

2. Margaret Bender

3. John A. Bender

4. Bertha Bender



H. Jacob Bender (November 1, 1851

Married Katherina Nagel

Children

1. Wilhelm Bender

2. Jacob Bender

3. Gottlieb Bender

4. John Bender

5. Magdalena Bender

6. Christina Bender

7. Susanna Bender

8. Katherina Bender

9. Peter Bender

10. Johanna Bender

11. John George Bender

12. Emma Bender


Child of JULIUS MAUCH and CHRISTINA BECHLER is:
i. CHRISTINA BARBARA9 MAUCH, b. November 17, 1799, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. November 26, 1799, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Children of JULIUS MAUCH and SOPHIA RAPP are:
ii. CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, b. July 24, 1814, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurttemberg, Germany; m. JOHANNES BENDER; b. Abt. 1813, Worms, Russia.

Notes for JOHANNES BENDER:
Worms

A History and Description of the German Colony in the Ukraine, South Russia

1848

translation by Theodore C. Wenzlaff



In the year 1810, with the building of homes for the immigrants who already had arrived in Russia in 1809, the foundation was laid and the formal establishment of the colony was begun.

The valley in which the colony of Worms is located is called the Zerigol; it is 93 versts (62 miles) from the city of Odessa, 86 miles from the governmental district city of Cherson and only about 4 miles from the colony of Rohrbach.

The soil generally is strongly impregnated with saltpeter. The water at some places lies just under the ground, but most often it is deep-lying and thereby salty, so that only a few of the many wells of the colony provide good drinking water. Some wells here even produce water which cattle and especially horses refuse to drink and since it is permeated with a bitter salt, it is unfit for watering trees or gardens. This deep-lying water and the spring weather that often remains cold for three to four months are the reasons that neither trees, vegetables, crops nor grass are able to thrive, and very often are so dried up that later heavy rains are unable to restore them again fully, with only middling crops or total crop failures resulting. Even when adequate rains in the spring and at the beginning of summer provide nourishment for the crops to grow to flowering and granulation, then, on account of later dryness and also of destructive bean-sized bugs, reddish brown in color with black wings, which invade large tracts of crop-sown fields in swarms and devour the milky substance, only a few shriveled kernels are left. Local rains often fall while the sun is shining, resulting in a so-called mildew which if occurring after the crops have flowered prevents the kernels from developing. If, on the other hand, similar rains fall when the kernels are ripening, they then remain pale and thin, and cannot be marketed. Such crops, however, can be used for seed and flour. When the weather is favorable, that is, when warm rains saturate the ground during April and May, then not only every seed and blade of grass grows, but also the trees grow rapidly and luxuriantly.

The soil here does not seem suitable for fruit trees for they grow with favorable weather only six to eight years and then suddenly die. Acacia trees are most suited for the soil here and, in the valley, willows thrive fairly well and last longer. As the soil generally is composed of alkaline ingredients, all fertilization is not only useless but harmful. The most certain way of ensuring a crop after several years of cultivation is to let the land lie fallow for five, six or more years in succession before reworked. The land then produces every kind of grain crop even with unfavorable weather.

There are no woodlands here. Rock quarries are at hand for the needs of the Worms colony, providing building stones of such quality that no better are to be found even in the famous rock quarries of Kujalnik near Odessa.

The colony of Worms received its name by order of the then superior magistrate Brittner.

There were 65 families that established the colony of Worms, coming from various places as follows: 36 families from Alsace, 14 from Baden, six from Wurtemberg, four from Palatine, two from the Vogtland district, one from Westphalia, one from Mecklenburg and one from Saxony.

Who their column leaders were is not known, as on the immigration trip several columns might merge for awhile, then the column separate itself to join another column.

Some might have their own vehicles to make the trip alone. A few immigrants recall a leader named Haffner.

For their settlement, 3,881 dessatines (about 10,479 acres) of crown steppe land were designated; but there were no houses prepared to shelter the settlers, nor was there a valley suitable for laying out a colony. Therefore, on order of higher authority, through the intercession of the then superior magistrate, Mr. Brittner, 1,000 dessiatines (about 2,700 acres) of land from the adjacent landowner Trotskewitsch, in exchange for a similar piece of land, was assigned for settlement. And this is the valley which, under the name of Zerigol and its characteristics, was described in the second paragraph. This 1,000 dissiatine tract of land was traversed by a Tschumaken road (roads on which Ukrainian caravans of wheat buyers traveled. They traveled in caravans to protect themselves from robbers. The Ukrainian buyers later would sell their wheat in Odessa)

Presently the main road to Wosnesensky. On the tract were located four Russian houses and a tavern in which Russian families lived until 1811. Since the plague visited its ravaging fury on these Russian families that year and destroyed them, their houses, on the order of higher authority as recommended by a special doctor of the district brought thereto, were burned, the road blockaded, and Cossack guards posted so that no communication could take place with the infected area. The immigrants were spared and not one died of the disease, but they had occasion to see some of the Cossack guards fall dead from their horses.

The colonists, on their arrival, received money to procure draft animals and milch cows, each family receiving 125 rubles, and a house built at government cost, either of stone or compressed clay. As for the costs of the buildings, this was unknown to the immigrants.

Most of the immigrants brought cash funds as well as a considerable amount of clothing and other effects from the Fatherland, and many owned their own vehicles. A large part of them used up their ready cash on account of the long, difficult journey and on account of their large families, especially those who didn’t understand the Russian money and the rate of exchange, becoming victims of the Jewish moneychangers and traders. As a consequence, many of them were forced to sell their clothes. Since they were not yet established and went into winter quarters in 1809, their expenditures increased all the more until some spent all the money which they had brought with them. Even so, there were some who still had a considerable amount of money left. Presently there are only a few of the original settlers still living who can give exact information about the property and money brought along. They estimate the total amount of money brought along to have been between 30,000 and 50,000 rubles.

None of the immigrants of the Worms colony at the time of the settlement have resettled elsewhere. Since the establishment of the colony, ten fires have occurred as follows: in 1812, one house; 1813 one house 1814 one house; 1816 one house; 1817, one house; 1819 one house; 1826 one house 1829 two houses; 1833, a barn with eight horses, a cow and some horse harnesses. No floods have occurred as the valley is too shallow. Earthquakes were distinctly felt in the Worms colony in 1829 and 1838 but caused no damage. The fields of the colony were overrun for five years with grasshoppers, from 1823 until the harvest of 1828, when they suddenly disappeared. Countless numbers of them were killed by the colonists themselves with the assistance of the authorities by driving horses and cattle into the masses. They left many evidences of their destruction behind, however, for during their stay here, little hay and few crops were harvested.

The exceedingly severe winter of 1824 caused many cattle of the colonists to die of starvation. Some of the colonists had to go to Poland to find work there in order to provide for their families. In 1814 and 1815, acute sicknesses prevailed from which few colonists escaped, but very few died. In 1841, however, there was an epidemic of an acute nerve fever (form of meningitis) which, in spite of all medical efforts, spread quickly, proving fatal to many colonists, old as well as young. Cattle diseases were very prevalent in 1825 and 1829. In 1815, a hailstorm almost destroyed an entire crop. It struck at 3 o’clock in the afternoon and at 8 o’clock the next morning, hailstones were still lying everywhere on the ground. There was another hailstorm in 1825, but with not so much damage, destroying perhaps only a third of the crop. Another hailstorm occurred in 1828, but did very little damage. A complete crop failure occurred in 1833, and in 1834 very few crops again were harvested. In 1835 and 1836 there were moderate crops.

The Worms community owes its well-being to various favorable circumstances, to the wise management of the authorities, to the preaching of the Gospel through which many individuals came to a better religious enlightenment. Many have turned from vice to virtue, and especially away from wastefulness, which in the early years was condoned by the leaders of the colony, to thriftiness, diligence and well-regulated lives, thereby being able to set their property in better order and to attend to the welfare of their offspring. For in the first years of the settlement, the school was so poorly ordered that the young people were not properly instructed in reading and writing, much less so in religion. The natural consequence was a general decay of morality among the growing generation and a lack of good example on the part of the parents. But the Almighty looked upon our colony with graciousness and inspired the higher authorities to demand discipline and more uprightness, and then to forcefully strengthen the preaching of the Gospel.

The bountiful crops of 1837 and 1843, as well as the raising of sheep which was practiced extensively until 1841, gave the community the means to build many new homes and farm buildings. But sheep raising had to be given up entirely by the colony because of insufficient grazing land. As the number of families increased and grew larger, so too the herds and other livestock increased, contributing, of course, to the prosperity of the colony.



Colony of Worms, April 28, 1748

Church schoolmaster: Johann Fried.

Grosshans (author)

Mayor: Gall

Associate (Councilman): Ochsner

Associate (Councilman): Schumann


iii. KARL JULIUS MAUCH I, b. August 21, 1819; d. September 19, 1900; m. (1) CHRISTINA 'JUSTINA' VIX, November 26, 1840, Rohrbach, Russia; b. 1822; d. July 27, 1855; m. (2) CHRISTINA 'BARBARA' HORST, November 03, 1855, Rohrbach, Russia; b. April 16, 1836, Worms, Russia.

Notes for KARL JULIUS MAUCH I:
I Karl Julius Mauch (Aug 21, 1819-September 19, 1900)

Married November 26, 1840

Christina Justina Fix (1822- July 27, 1855) 33 years old died of Cholera



Johann K. Mauch (July 16, 1848- December 26, 1916 Goodrich, ND)



Johann K. Mauch was born at Worms, S. Russia on June 7th 1848 and died at his home in Goodrich, December 26, 1916. He was married to Miss Anna Marie Barreth October 24, 1867. To this union was born thirteen children, nine boys and four girls of which five sons and one daughter are still living, the mother passing away in 1890.

In 1900. Mr Mauch came to the United States settling on a farm four miles south of Goodrich where he lived until 1907 when he moved to Goodrich. In 1891, he was married to Christina Riedlinger who still remains to mourn his loss. Besides the widow, the deceased leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jacob Riedlinger of Goodrich and five sons, Jacob Mauch Jr., Fred and Philip Mauch of Goodrich, Jacob Mauch of Beulah, ND. And Carl Mauch of Loveland, California, all of whom were present for the funeral.

The funeral was held Monday, January 1st from the German Baptist Church, the Rev. Fredrich Loeb, pastor of the German Lutheran Church of Goodrich, conducting the services. Internment was made in the local cemetery.

John K. Mauch was a kindly, Christian gentleman who always dealt honorably with everyone. He deserved the respect and confidence of all who knew him. We know that the kindly smile with which he greeted everyone daily will be greatly missed.

The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family.

Goodrich Weekly Citizen

#31 page 1

Microfil roll #7099



Fred Mauch was born December 23, 1878 at Worms, SD son of Mr and Mrs John Mauch. He came to ND in 1898 settling near Fessenden where he married Louisa Koenig in November 1898. She was born April 18, 1878 at Rosenfield , South Russia, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Koenig and came to the United States with her parents in 1890 settling near Napoleon. They moved to the Goodrich area in 1896.

Mr and Mrs Mauch homesteaded south of Goodrich in 1900, lived there until retiring from active farming and moving into Goodrich in 1941. In the fall of 1964 they moved to the Baptist Home in Bismarck . Mrs Mauch died April 4, 1965 and Mr Mauch died September 7, 1965. They had six daughters and one son: Mrs. John (Louisa) Haux, Mrs Fred (Barbara) Felchle, Mrs David (Annie) Axt, William Mauch, Mrs Homer (Caroline) Kirkendall, Mrs Oscar (Emily) Martinson and Mrs. Albert (Alvina) Schmidt.



Fred Mauch (December 23, 1878 at Worms S Russia- September 7, 1965 at Goodrich, ND)

Married November 13, 1898

Louisa Koenig (April 18, 1878 at Rosenfield S Russia- April 4, 1965 at Goodrich ND)

Buried Goodrich Cemetery, Goodrich, ND



A. Louisa Mauch (June 7, 1899 at Goodrich, ND-November 23, 1979 at Goodrich)

Married March 26, 1919

John Haux (March 28, 1893- 1976 at Goodrich, ND

Children

1.Gladys Haux

Married and living in Seattle Washington

Harry Helmer

2. Ruth Haux

married and living in Sacramento, California

Eugene Fandrich

3. Raymond Haux living in San Pablo California

4. Delores Haux (November 4, 1926 at Goodrich-December 17, 1996 at Bismarck

married July 16, 1944

Floyd Lang (?- July 31, 1988 Buried at Sunset Memorial in Bismarck

a. Phyllis Lang

married Clarence Wetzel living in Glen Ullin, ND

b. Marlys Lang

married Dale Oliver living in Effingham S.C

c. Betty Lang living in Fargo, ND

d. Annette Lang

married Robert Schmitz living in Bowman, ND

e. Florence Lang living in Mandan, ND

f. Pamela Lang living in Bismarck, ND

g. Jerald Lang

married Luella ? living in Bismarck, ND

h Douglas Lang

married Carla ? living in Bismarck, ND



B. Barbara Mauch (August 19, 1900 at Goodrich, ND- July 27, 1985

Married Fred Felchle (August 29, 1897 at Goodrich, ND-April 8, 1979)

1. Alvin Felchle living in Harvey, ND

2. Gordon O. Felchle living at Goodrich, ND



C. Ann Mary Mauch (born at Goodrich

Married David Axt (July 12, 1901 at McCluskey, ND- November 24, 1960)



D. William F. Mauch (May 30, 1903 at Goodrich- August 23, 1977 buried at Goodrich)

Married October 19, 1924

Frieda Brodehl (January 24, 1907 at Goodrich- July 12, 1974 Buried at Goodrich ND)

2nd Marriage June 7, 1976 Norma Matz Kahler

1. Willis Mauch (born at Goodrich

2. Harold Mauch (June 6, 1933 at Goodrich-July 16, 1995)

married September 2, 1952

Kathleen “Kay” O’Neill (November 26, 1938-April 26, 1991)

Harold drowned at Beaver Bay west of Linton, ND

Kathleen drowned at McCluskey Canal east of McCluskey, ND

a. Terrance and Kathy Mauch

b. Garold and June Mauch

c. Delly and Wesley Lindteigen

d. Delphine Mauch

3. Marilyn Mauch

married Levi Kreiter living at Goodrich, ND

4. Betty Mauch

married Arnold Berreth living at Goodrich, ND

E. Emilie Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Van Nuys, California)

Married Oscar Martensen

F. Caroline Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Seattle Washington)

Married Homer Kerkendall

G. Alvina Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Bismarck ND)

Married Albert Schmidt (March 11, 1903 at Goodrich- October 2, 1984)

1. Iris Schmidt

married Eleon Sandau living at Baton Rouge, La

2. Diana Schmidt

married Wayne Hoogestraat living at Brookings SD

3. Gloria Schmidt

married James Porterfield living at Washburn, ND

4. Albert Schmidt Jr.

married Margaret Crane living at Sioux Falls, SD

Fred and Louisa had seven children born to them that died in infancy.



Descendants of Julius Mauch II


Generation No. 1

1. JULIUS8 MAUCH II (JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born April 10, 1777 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died March 25, 1862 in Worms, Russia. He married (1) CHRISTINA MARGARETHA BECHLER November 06, 1798. She was born January 02, 1779 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died November 20, 1799. He married (2) SOPHIA CATHERINA RAPP February 24, 1800, daughter of MICHAEL RAPP and SABINA ELBIN. She was born January 02, 1779 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died April 13, 1864 in Worms, Russia.

Notes for JULIUS MAUCH II:
(Julius Mauch II and Sophia Catherina Rapp)

I. Christina Margareta Mauch (July 24, 1814 at Nussdorf

Married Johannes Bender

Children

A. Johanna Bender (February 23, 1834

B. Johann George Bender (May 5, 1836

C. Carl Bender January 1842

D. Margaretha Bender ( August 30, 1838-January 10, 1839)

E. Johannes Bender (November 7, 1839

F. Martin Bender ( March 23, 1844-

G. Christina Bender (July 19, 1847

H. Jacob Bender (November 1, 1851

I. Johann Bender (September 6, 1854



A. Johanna Margartha Bender (February 23, 1834



B. Johann George Bender (May 5, 1836

Married Margaretha Kercher

Children

1. George

2. Christina

3. Jacob

4. Elisabeth

5. Wilhelm

6. Johann



C. Carl Bender (January 1842-

Married Elisabeth Bender

Children

1. Johann

2. Jacob

3. Katherine

4. Christina

5. Carl Bender



5. Carl Bender

married Karolina Guthmiller

children

a Christina Bender

b John Bender

c. Jacob Carl Bender

d Frederick Bender

e. Margaretha Bender

f. Katherine Bender

g. George John Bender

h. Amelia Susan Bender

i. Carolyn Bender

j. Bertha Bender

k Johanna Clara Bender

l. Theodore Henry Bender



D. Margaretha Bender (August 30, 1838- January 10, 1839)



E. Johannes Bender

Married Magdalene Nagel

Children

1. Johannes Bender

2. Peter Bender

3. Jacob Bender

4. Martin Bender

5. George Bender

6. Katherine Bender

7. Heinrich Bender

8. Elisabeth Bender

9. Magdalene Bender

10. Jacob Bender



F. Martin Bender

Married Sabila Whittmann

Children

1. Johannes George Bender



G. Christina Bender (July 19, 1847-

Married John K. Bender

Children

1. Charles J. Bender

2. Margaret Bender

3. John A. Bender

4. Bertha Bender



H. Jacob Bender (November 1, 1851

Married Katherina Nagel

Children

1. Wilhelm Bender

2. Jacob Bender

3. Gottlieb Bender

4. John Bender

5. Magdalena Bender

6. Christina Bender

7. Susanna Bender

8. Katherina Bender

9. Peter Bender

10. Johanna Bender

11. John George Bender

12. Emma Bender


Child of JULIUS MAUCH and CHRISTINA BECHLER is:
i. CHRISTINA BARBARA9 MAUCH, b. November 17, 1799, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany; d. November 26, 1799, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurtemberg, Germany.


Children of JULIUS MAUCH and SOPHIA RAPP are:
2. ii. CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, b. July 24, 1814, Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurttemberg, Germany.
3. iii. KARL JULIUS MAUCH I, b. August 21, 1819; d. September 19, 1900.


Generation No. 2

2. CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH (JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born July 24, 1814 in Nussdorf, Vaihingen, Wurttemberg, Germany. She married JOHANNES BENDER, son of UNKNOWN BENDER. He was born Abt. 1813 in Worms, Russia.

Notes for JOHANNES BENDER:
Worms

A History and Description of the German Colony in the Ukraine, South Russia

1848

translation by Theodore C. Wenzlaff



In the year 1810, with the building of homes for the immigrants who already had arrived in Russia in 1809, the foundation was laid and the formal establishment of the colony was begun.

The valley in which the colony of Worms is located is called the Zerigol; it is 93 versts (62 miles) from the city of Odessa, 86 miles from the governmental district city of Cherson and only about 4 miles from the colony of Rohrbach.

The soil generally is strongly impregnated with saltpeter. The water at some places lies just under the ground, but most often it is deep-lying and thereby salty, so that only a few of the many wells of the colony provide good drinking water. Some wells here even produce water which cattle and especially horses refuse to drink and since it is permeated with a bitter salt, it is unfit for watering trees or gardens. This deep-lying water and the spring weather that often remains cold for three to four months are the reasons that neither trees, vegetables, crops nor grass are able to thrive, and very often are so dried up that later heavy rains are unable to restore them again fully, with only middling crops or total crop failures resulting. Even when adequate rains in the spring and at the beginning of summer provide nourishment for the crops to grow to flowering and granulation, then, on account of later dryness and also of destructive bean-sized bugs, reddish brown in color with black wings, which invade large tracts of crop-sown fields in swarms and devour the milky substance, only a few shriveled kernels are left. Local rains often fall while the sun is shining, resulting in a so-called mildew which if occurring after the crops have flowered prevents the kernels from developing. If, on the other hand, similar rains fall when the kernels are ripening, they then remain pale and thin, and cannot be marketed. Such crops, however, can be used for seed and flour. When the weather is favorable, that is, when warm rains saturate the ground during April and May, then not only every seed and blade of grass grows, but also the trees grow rapidly and luxuriantly.

The soil here does not seem suitable for fruit trees for they grow with favorable weather only six to eight years and then suddenly die. Acacia trees are most suited for the soil here and, in the valley, willows thrive fairly well and last longer. As the soil generally is composed of alkaline ingredients, all fertilization is not only useless but harmful. The most certain way of ensuring a crop after several years of cultivation is to let the land lie fallow for five, six or more years in succession before reworked. The land then produces every kind of grain crop even with unfavorable weather.

There are no woodlands here. Rock quarries are at hand for the needs of the Worms colony, providing building stones of such quality that no better are to be found even in the famous rock quarries of Kujalnik near Odessa.

The colony of Worms received its name by order of the then superior magistrate Brittner.

There were 65 families that established the colony of Worms, coming from various places as follows: 36 families from Alsace, 14 from Baden, six from Wurtemberg, four from Palatine, two from the Vogtland district, one from Westphalia, one from Mecklenburg and one from Saxony.

Who their column leaders were is not known, as on the immigration trip several columns might merge for awhile, then the column separate itself to join another column.

Some might have their own vehicles to make the trip alone. A few immigrants recall a leader named Haffner.

For their settlement, 3,881 dessatines (about 10,479 acres) of crown steppe land were designated; but there were no houses prepared to shelter the settlers, nor was there a valley suitable for laying out a colony. Therefore, on order of higher authority, through the intercession of the then superior magistrate, Mr. Brittner, 1,000 dessiatines (about 2,700 acres) of land from the adjacent landowner Trotskewitsch, in exchange for a similar piece of land, was assigned for settlement. And this is the valley which, under the name of Zerigol and its characteristics, was described in the second paragraph. This 1,000 dissiatine tract of land was traversed by a Tschumaken road (roads on which Ukrainian caravans of wheat buyers traveled. They traveled in caravans to protect themselves from robbers. The Ukrainian buyers later would sell their wheat in Odessa)

Presently the main road to Wosnesensky. On the tract were located four Russian houses and a tavern in which Russian families lived until 1811. Since the plague visited its ravaging fury on these Russian families that year and destroyed them, their houses, on the order of higher authority as recommended by a special doctor of the district brought thereto, were burned, the road blockaded, and Cossack guards posted so that no communication could take place with the infected area. The immigrants were spared and not one died of the disease, but they had occasion to see some of the Cossack guards fall dead from their horses.

The colonists, on their arrival, received money to procure draft animals and milch cows, each family receiving 125 rubles, and a house built at government cost, either of stone or compressed clay. As for the costs of the buildings, this was unknown to the immigrants.

Most of the immigrants brought cash funds as well as a considerable amount of clothing and other effects from the Fatherland, and many owned their own vehicles. A large part of them used up their ready cash on account of the long, difficult journey and on account of their large families, especially those who didn’t understand the Russian money and the rate of exchange, becoming victims of the Jewish moneychangers and traders. As a consequence, many of them were forced to sell their clothes. Since they were not yet established and went into winter quarters in 1809, their expenditures increased all the more until some spent all the money which they had brought with them. Even so, there were some who still had a considerable amount of money left. Presently there are only a few of the original settlers still living who can give exact information about the property and money brought along. They estimate the total amount of money brought along to have been between 30,000 and 50,000 rubles.

None of the immigrants of the Worms colony at the time of the settlement have resettled elsewhere. Since the establishment of the colony, ten fires have occurred as follows: in 1812, one house; 1813 one house 1814 one house; 1816 one house; 1817, one house; 1819 one house; 1826 one house 1829 two houses; 1833, a barn with eight horses, a cow and some horse harnesses. No floods have occurred as the valley is too shallow. Earthquakes were distinctly felt in the Worms colony in 1829 and 1838 but caused no damage. The fields of the colony were overrun for five years with grasshoppers, from 1823 until the harvest of 1828, when they suddenly disappeared. Countless numbers of them were killed by the colonists themselves with the assistance of the authorities by driving horses and cattle into the masses. They left many evidences of their destruction behind, however, for during their stay here, little hay and few crops were harvested.

The exceedingly severe winter of 1824 caused many cattle of the colonists to die of starvation. Some of the colonists had to go to Poland to find work there in order to provide for their families. In 1814 and 1815, acute sicknesses prevailed from which few colonists escaped, but very few died. In 1841, however, there was an epidemic of an acute nerve fever (form of meningitis) which, in spite of all medical efforts, spread quickly, proving fatal to many colonists, old as well as young. Cattle diseases were very prevalent in 1825 and 1829. In 1815, a hailstorm almost destroyed an entire crop. It struck at 3 o’clock in the afternoon and at 8 o’clock the next morning, hailstones were still lying everywhere on the ground. There was another hailstorm in 1825, but with not so much damage, destroying perhaps only a third of the crop. Another hailstorm occurred in 1828, but did very little damage. A complete crop failure occurred in 1833, and in 1834 very few crops again were harvested. In 1835 and 1836 there were moderate crops.

The Worms community owes its well-being to various favorable circumstances, to the wise management of the authorities, to the preaching of the Gospel through which many individuals came to a better religious enlightenment. Many have turned from vice to virtue, and especially away from wastefulness, which in the early years was condoned by the leaders of the colony, to thriftiness, diligence and well-regulated lives, thereby being able to set their property in better order and to attend to the welfare of their offspring. For in the first years of the settlement, the school was so poorly ordered that the young people were not properly instructed in reading and writing, much less so in religion. The natural consequence was a general decay of morality among the growing generation and a lack of good example on the part of the parents. But the Almighty looked upon our colony with graciousness and inspired the higher authorities to demand discipline and more uprightness, and then to forcefully strengthen the preaching of the Gospel.

The bountiful crops of 1837 and 1843, as well as the raising of sheep which was practiced extensively until 1841, gave the community the means to build many new homes and farm buildings. But sheep raising had to be given up entirely by the colony because of insufficient grazing land. As the number of families increased and grew larger, so too the herds and other livestock increased, contributing, of course, to the prosperity of the colony.



Colony of Worms, April 28, 1748

Church schoolmaster: Johann Fried.

Grosshans (author)

Mayor: Gall

Associate (Councilman): Ochsner

Associate (Councilman): Schumann


Children of CHRISTINA MAUCH and JOHANNES BENDER are:
i. JOHANNA10 BENDER, b. February 23, 1834, Worms, Russia.

More About JOHANNA BENDER:
Christening: March 12, 1834, Worms, Russia

4. ii. JOHANN 'GEORG' BENDER, b. May 05, 1836, Worms, Russia; d. Bet. 1890 - 1900.
iii. MARGARETHA BENDER, b. August 30, 1838, Worms, Russia; d. January 10, 1839, Worms, Russia.
5. iv. JOHANNES BENDER, b. November 07, 1839, Worms, Russia; d. January 19, 1907, Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota.
6. v. KARL BENDER, b. January 18, 1842, Worms, Russia; d. February 05, 1904, Tripp, Hutchinson Co., South Dakota.
vi. MARTIN BENDER, b. March 23, 1844, Worms, Russia; m. SABILLE WHITMAN.
vii. CHRISTINA BENDER, b. July 19, 1847, Worms, Russia; d. June 16, 1907, Lodi, San Joaquin Co., Califorinia; m. JOHN K. BENDER.
viii. JACOB BENDER, b. August 14, 1850, Worms, Russia.
7. ix. JACOB BENDER, b. November 01, 1851, Worms, Russia; d. May 01, 1932, Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota.
x. JOHANN BENDER, b. September 06, 1854, Worms, Russia.

More About JOHANN BENDER:
Christening: September 12, 1854, Worms, Russia

xi. SUSANNA BENDER, b. February 24, 1858, Worms, Russia.

More About SUSANNA BENDER:
Christening: March 02, 1858, Worms, Russia


3. KARL JULIUS9 MAUCH I (JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born August 21, 1819, and died September 19, 1900. He married (1) CHRISTINA 'JUSTINA' VIX November 26, 1840 in Rohrbach, Russia, daughter of LORENZ VIX and CHRISTINA BIELER. She was born 1822, and died July 27, 1855. He married (2) CHRISTINA 'BARBARA' HORST November 03, 1855 in Rohrbach, Russia, daughter of LUDWIG HORST and SALOMEA VIX. She was born April 16, 1836 in Worms, Russia.

Notes for KARL JULIUS MAUCH I:
I Karl Julius Mauch (Aug 21, 1819-September 19, 1900)

Married November 26, 1840

Christina Justina Fix (1822- July 27, 1855) 33 years old died of Cholera



Johann K. Mauch (July 16, 1848- December 26, 1916 Goodrich, ND)



Johann K. Mauch was born at Worms, S. Russia on June 7th 1848 and died at his home in Goodrich, December 26, 1916. He was married to Miss Anna Marie Barreth October 24, 1867. To this union was born thirteen children, nine boys and four girls of which five sons and one daughter are still living, the mother passing away in 1890.

In 1900. Mr Mauch came to the United States settling on a farm four miles south of Goodrich where he lived until 1907 when he moved to Goodrich. In 1891, he was married to Christina Riedlinger who still remains to mourn his loss. Besides the widow, the deceased leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jacob Riedlinger of Goodrich and five sons, Jacob Mauch Jr., Fred and Philip Mauch of Goodrich, Jacob Mauch of Beulah, ND. And Carl Mauch of Loveland, California, all of whom were present for the funeral.

The funeral was held Monday, January 1st from the German Baptist Church, the Rev. Fredrich Loeb, pastor of the German Lutheran Church of Goodrich, conducting the services. Internment was made in the local cemetery.

John K. Mauch was a kindly, Christian gentleman who always dealt honorably with everyone. He deserved the respect and confidence of all who knew him. We know that the kindly smile with which he greeted everyone daily will be greatly missed.

The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family.

Goodrich Weekly Citizen

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Fred Mauch was born December 23, 1878 at Worms, SD son of Mr and Mrs John Mauch. He came to ND in 1898 settling near Fessenden where he married Louisa Koenig in November 1898. She was born April 18, 1878 at Rosenfield , South Russia, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Koenig and came to the United States with her parents in 1890 settling near Napoleon. They moved to the Goodrich area in 1896.

Mr and Mrs Mauch homesteaded south of Goodrich in 1900, lived there until retiring from active farming and moving into Goodrich in 1941. In the fall of 1964 they moved to the Baptist Home in Bismarck . Mrs Mauch died April 4, 1965 and Mr Mauch died September 7, 1965. They had six daughters and one son: Mrs. John (Louisa) Haux, Mrs Fred (Barbara) Felchle, Mrs David (Annie) Axt, William Mauch, Mrs Homer (Caroline) Kirkendall, Mrs Oscar (Emily) Martinson and Mrs. Albert (Alvina) Schmidt.



Fred Mauch (December 23, 1878 at Worms S Russia- September 7, 1965 at Goodrich, ND)

Married November 13, 1898

Louisa Koenig (April 18, 1878 at Rosenfield S Russia- April 4, 1965 at Goodrich ND)

Buried Goodrich Cemetery, Goodrich, ND



A. Louisa Mauch (June 7, 1899 at Goodrich, ND-November 23, 1979 at Goodrich)

Married March 26, 1919

John Haux (March 28, 1893- 1976 at Goodrich, ND

Children

1.Gladys Haux

Married and living in Seattle Washington

Harry Helmer

2. Ruth Haux

married and living in Sacramento, California

Eugene Fandrich

3. Raymond Haux living in San Pablo California

4. Delores Haux (November 4, 1926 at Goodrich-December 17, 1996 at Bismarck

married July 16, 1944

Floyd Lang (?- July 31, 1988 Buried at Sunset Memorial in Bismarck

a. Phyllis Lang

married Clarence Wetzel living in Glen Ullin, ND

b. Marlys Lang

married Dale Oliver living in Effingham S.C

c. Betty Lang living in Fargo, ND

d. Annette Lang

married Robert Schmitz living in Bowman, ND

e. Florence Lang living in Mandan, ND

f. Pamela Lang living in Bismarck, ND

g. Jerald Lang

married Luella ? living in Bismarck, ND

h Douglas Lang

married Carla ? living in Bismarck, ND



B. Barbara Mauch (August 19, 1900 at Goodrich, ND- July 27, 1985

Married Fred Felchle (August 29, 1897 at Goodrich, ND-April 8, 1979)

1. Alvin Felchle living in Harvey, ND

2. Gordon O. Felchle living at Goodrich, ND



C. Ann Mary Mauch (born at Goodrich

Married David Axt (July 12, 1901 at McCluskey, ND- November 24, 1960)



D. William F. Mauch (May 30, 1903 at Goodrich- August 23, 1977 buried at Goodrich)

Married October 19, 1924

Frieda Brodehl (January 24, 1907 at Goodrich- July 12, 1974 Buried at Goodrich ND)

2nd Marriage June 7, 1976 Norma Matz Kahler

1. Willis Mauch (born at Goodrich

2. Harold Mauch (June 6, 1933 at Goodrich-July 16, 1995)

married September 2, 1952

Kathleen “Kay” O’Neill (November 26, 1938-April 26, 1991)

Harold drowned at Beaver Bay west of Linton, ND

Kathleen drowned at McCluskey Canal east of McCluskey, ND

a. Terrance and Kathy Mauch

b. Garold and June Mauch

c. Delly and Wesley Lindteigen

d. Delphine Mauch

3. Marilyn Mauch

married Levi Kreiter living at Goodrich, ND

4. Betty Mauch

married Arnold Berreth living at Goodrich, ND



E. Emilie Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Van Nuys, California)

Married Oscar Martensen



F. Caroline Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Seattle Washington)

Married Homer Kerkendall



G. Alvina Mauch (born at Goodrich, ND died at Bismarck ND)

Married Albert Schmidt (March 11, 1903 at Goodrich- October 2, 1984)



1. Iris Schmidt

married Eleon Sandau living at Baton Rouge, La



2. Diana Schmidt

married Wayne Hoogestraat living at Brookings SD



3. Gloria Schmidt

married James Porterfield living at Washburn, ND



4. Albert Schmidt Jr.

married Margaret Crane living at Sioux Falls, SD





Fred and Louisa had seven children born to them that died in infancy.


Children of KARL MAUCH and CHRISTINA VIX are:
8. i. JOHANN10 MAUCH, b. July 16, 1848; d. December 26, 1916, Goodrich, North Dakota.
ii. CATHARINA MAUCH, b. December 1842, Worms, Russia.
9. iii. CHRISTIANA MAUCH, b. February 28, 1853, Worms, Russia; d. June 05, 1929, Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota.
iv. JOHANN GEORG MAUCH, b. July 12, 1855, Worms, Russia; d. October 18, 1855, Worms, Russia.


Children of KARL MAUCH and CHRISTINA HORST are:
v. SOPHIE10 MAUCH, b. August 07, 1856, Worms, Russia.
vi. LUDWIG MAUCH, b. April 27, 1858, Worms, Russia.
vii. ELISABETH MAUCH, b. February 15, 1862, Worms, Russia.
10. viii. KARL MAUCH II, b. June 27, 1864, Worms, Russia.
ix. GEORG MAUCH, b. July 30, 1871, Worms, Russia.
x. KATHARINE MAUCH, b. February 03, 1875, Worms, Russia.
xi. GEORG MAUCH, b. January 30, 1877, Worms, Russia; d. June 11, 1877, Worms, Russia.


Generation No. 3

4. JOHANN 'GEORG'10 BENDER (CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born May 05, 1836 in Worms, Russia, and died Bet. 1890 - 1900. He married MARGARETHA KERCHER November 12, 1857 in Rohrbach/Worms, Russia, daughter of FRIEDERICH KERCHER and JOHANNA FISCHER. She was born September 30, 1838 in Worms, Odessa, Russia, and died March 01, 1900 in Eureka, South Dakota.

More About JOHANN 'GEORG' BENDER:
Baptism: May 10, 1836, Worms, Russia

Children of JOHANN BENDER and MARGARETHA KERCHER are:
11. i. GEORG MARTIN11 BENDER, SR., b. May 02, 1858, Worms, Odessa, Russia; d. October 08, 1928, Java, Walworth County, South Dakota.
ii. PETER BENDER, b. May 28, 1859, Worms, Russia.
iii. MARGARETHA BENDER, b. November 05, 1860, Pachtland, South Russia; d. November 05, 1868, Worms, Russia.

More About MARGARETHA BENDER:
Burial: Worms, Russia

12. iv. ELIZABETH BENDER, b. April 03, 1862, Worms, Russia; d. August 06, 1886, Worms, Odessa, Russia.
13. v. JACOB B. BENDER, b. August 05, 1863, Worms,Odessa, Russia; d. August 18, 1939, Eureka, South Dakota.
vi. WILHELM BENDER, b. July 19, 1865, Worms, Russia; d. August 28, 1939, Harvey, Wells Co., North Dakota; m. BARBARA REDINGER, March 15, 1892.

More About WILHELM BENDER:
Burial: September 01, 1939, Murdsfield, Wells Co., North Dakota

vii. CHRISTINE BENDER, b. January 10, 1867, Russian Steppe, Russia; d. July 25, 1867, Worms, Russia.
14. viii. CHRISTINA BENDER, b. January 14, 1869, Worms, Odessa, Russia; d. September 28, 1928, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.
15. ix. JOHANN BENDER, b. January 28, 1871, Worms, Russia; d. September 04, 1937, Martin, Sheridan Co., North Dakota.
x. KATHARINE BENDER, b. Aft. 1871.


5. JOHANNES10 BENDER (CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born November 07, 1839 in Worms, Russia, and died January 19, 1907 in Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota. He married MAGDALENA NAGEL.

Children of JOHANNES BENDER and MAGDALENA NAGEL are:
i. JACOB11 BENDER, b. January 06, 1862, Worms, Russia.
ii. PETER BENDER, b. January 06, 1862, Worms, Russia.
iii. MARTIN BENDER, b. April 25, 1864, Johannestal, Russia.
iv. KATHARINA BENDER, b. February 02, 1869, Worms, Russia.


6. KARL10 BENDER (CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born January 18, 1842 in Worms, Russia, and died February 05, 1904 in Tripp, Hutchinson Co., South Dakota. He married (1) ELIZABETH BENDER. He married (2) CAROLINA GUTHMILLER.

More About KARL BENDER:
Burial: February 07, 1904, Tripp, Hutchinson Co., South Dakota

Children of KARL BENDER and ELIZABETH BENDER are:
i. JOHANN11 BENDER, b. January 15, 1868, Worms, Russia.
ii. JACOB BENDER, b. December 19, 1868, Worms, Russia.
iii. KATHARINE BENDER, b. June 02, 1870, Worms, Russia.


Child of KARL BENDER and CAROLINA GUTHMILLER is:
iv. KAROLINA11 BENDER, b. September 16, 1891, Sutton, Clay Co., NE.


7. JACOB10 BENDER (CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born November 01, 1851 in Worms, Russia, and died May 01, 1932 in Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota. He married (1) MARIE DERR. He married (2) CATHERINA NAGEL 1870 in Worms, Russia. She was born August 10, 1846 in Russia, and died 1926 in Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota.

More About JACOB BENDER:
Burial: May 05, 1932, Kulm City Cemetery/ Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota

More About CATHERINA NAGEL:
Burial: Kulm City Cemetery/ Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota

Marriage Notes for JACOB BENDER and CATHERINA NAGEL:
Mr. Bender was born in Kerson, South Russia, November 1, 1851. He
was united in marriage to Miss Katherina Nagel, born in 1846, in South Russia,
in 1870. Two of their children were born there.

Mrs. Bender passed away in 1926, at the age of 79 years. Mr. Bender passed away
in 1932 at the age of 80. They were both laid to rest in the Kulm City
Cemetery.

They were blessed with 12 children of whom seven are living. They are: John
Bender of Linton, N.D.;' Magdalena, now Mrs. Jacob Wolf of Yankton, S.D.;
Christina, now Mrs. Daniel Rembold of Delmont, S.D.; Katie, now Mrs. Gottlieb
Kusler of Omak, Wash.; Peter of Fairview, Mont.; George of Brooks, Alberta,
Canada; Mrs. Emma Sukut of Fredonia.



Children of JACOB BENDER and CATHERINA NAGEL are:
i. CHRISTINA11 BENDER, m. DANIEL REMBOLD.
16. ii. EMMA BENDER.
iii. GEORGE BENDER.
iv. JOHAN BENDER.
v. MAGDALENA BENDER, m. JACOB WOLF.
17. vi. JAKOB BENDER, b. September 14, 1872, Russia; d. November 1940.
18. vii. KATHERINE BENDER, b. February 20, 1883, Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota.
19. viii. PETER BENDER, b. May 11, 1884, Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota.


8. JOHANN10 MAUCH (KARL JULIUS9, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born July 16, 1848, and died December 26, 1916 in Goodrich, North Dakota. He married ANNA MARIE BARRETH October 24, 1867.

Notes for JOHANN MAUCH:
Johann K. Mauch was born at Worms, S. Russia on June 7th 1848 and died at his home in Goodrich, December 26, 1916. He was married to Miss Anna Marie Barreth October 24, 1867. To this union was born thirteen children, nine boys and four girls of which five sons and one daughter are still living, the mother passing away in 1890.

In 1900. Mr Mauch came to the United States settling on a farm four miles south of Goodrich where he lived until 1907 when he moved to Goodrich. In 1891, he was married to Christina Riedlinger who still remains to mourn his loss. Besides the widow, the deceased leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jacob Riedlinger of Goodrich and five sons, Jacob Mauch Jr., Fred and Philip Mauch of Goodrich, Jacob Mauch of Beulah, ND. And Carl Mauch of Loveland, California, all of whom were present for the funeral.

The funeral was held Monday, January 1st from the German Baptist Church, the Rev. Fredrich Loeb, pastor of the German Lutheran Church of Goodrich, conducting the services. Internment was made in the local cemetery.

John K. Mauch was a kindly, Christian gentleman who always dealt honorably with everyone. He deserved the respect and confidence of all who knew him. We know that the kindly smile with which he greeted everyone daily will be greatly missed.

The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family.

Goodrich Weekly Citizen


Child of JOHANN MAUCH and ANNA BARRETH is:
20. i. FRED11 MAUCH, b. December 23, 1878, Worms, Bessarabia, Russia; d. September 07, 1965, Goodrich, North Dakota.


9. CHRISTIANA10 MAUCH (KARL JULIUS9, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born February 28, 1853 in Worms, Russia, and died June 05, 1929 in Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota. She married (1) PETER BILLIGMEIER December 20, 1870 in Worms, Bessarabia, Russia. He was born February 14, 1848 in Worms, Russia, and died April 17, 1877 in James River, Sourth Dakota. She married (2) JACOB MUNSCH November 11, 1877 in Scotland, South Dakota. He was born March 12, 1855 in Worms, Russia, and died June 17, 1935 in Fredonia, North Dakota.

More About CHRISTIANA MAUCH:
Burial: June 10, 1929, Kulm, LaMoure Co., North Dakota

Children of CHRISTIANA MAUCH and PETER BILLIGMEIER are:
i. CHRISTIANA11 BILLIGMEIER, b. 1872, Worms, Russia; d. South Dakota.
ii. ELISABETHA BILLIGMEIER, b. 1872, Worms, Russia; d. South Dakota.


Children of CHRISTIANA MAUCH and JACOB MUNSCH are:
21. iii. MARTHA11 MUNSCH, b. January 29, 1896, Scotland, South Dakota; d. October 04, 1978, Ellendale, North Dakota.
iv. HENRY MUNSCH.
v. ANNA MUNSCH.
vi. KARL MUNSCH, b. 1884, Bon Homme County , South Dakota; m. OTTILIA WIDMER.


10. KARL10 MAUCH II (KARL JULIUS9, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born June 27, 1864 in Worms, Russia. He married ANNA MARIE FEHR, daughter of GEORGE FEHR and ANNA GRIESS. She was born January 30, 1867, and died April 06, 1949.

Children of KARL MAUCH and ANNA FEHR are:
i. LYDIA11 MAUCH, m. CHRISTIAN KREMER.
ii. ELIZABETH MAUCH.
iii. KARL MAUCH III.
iv. FED MAUCH.
v. GEORGE MAUCH.
vi. KATHERINA MAUCH.
vii. KOROLINA MAUCH.
viii. AMALIA MAUCH.
ix. EDWARD MAUCH.


Generation No. 4

11. GEORG MARTIN11 BENDER, SR. (JOHANN 'GEORG'10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born May 02, 1858 in Worms, Odessa, Russia, and died October 08, 1928 in Java, Walworth County, South Dakota. He married CHRISTINA MAUCH February 15, 1878 in Worms, Bessarabia, Russia, daughter of JACOB MAUCH and UNKNOWN SCHAEFFER. She was born February 08, 1860 in Worms, Odessa, Russia, and died March 03, 1953 in Java, Walworth Co., South Dakota.

Notes for GEORG MARTIN BENDER, SR.:
1910 Census

Bender, George 52 R 1890 1A Blessing
Christina 49 R 1890
-George 23 R 1890
-Theophil 16 SD
-Adam 12 SD
-Freida 7 SD
-Benjamin 4 SD
Jacob Frank (servant) 20 R 1909
Elizabeth Haller (servant) 20 SD


George and Christina (Mauch) Bender immigrated to the U.S. from southern Russia
near Odessa, after his brother wrote telling them about favorable conditions in
SD.


More About GEORG MARTIN BENDER, SR.:
Baptism: May 11, 1858, Worms, Odessa, Russia
Burial: Bender Cemtery/ Campbell Co., South Dakota

Notes for CHRISTINA MAUCH:
Christina Bender lived in Java many years after the death of her husband and
then made her home with their youngest son, Ben. She died at the age of 93. She,
her husband, and five of their children are buried in the family cemetery east
of their farm in Campbell County.



More About CHRISTINA MAUCH:
Burial: Bender Cemtery/ Campbell Co., South Dakota

Children of GEORG BENDER and CHRISTINA MAUCH are:
i. AMELIA12 BENDER.
ii. EMMANUEL BENDER, d. Bef. 1963.
iii. CHRISTINA BENDER, b. May 07, 1878; m. BEN BRODEHL.
iv. WILLIAM M. BENDER, b. December 01, 1881; d. November 03, 1921; m. KATHERINA EBEL; b. Abt. 1885; d. Yankton, SD.

Notes for WILLIAM M. BENDER:
Bender, William 28 R 1886 12A Bryan
Katie 25 SD
-William 5 SD


More About WILLIAM M. BENDER:
Burial: Java, South Dakota
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

v. GEORGE M. BENDER, SR., b. Abt. 1887; d. Bef. 1963; m. ROSE UNKNOWN.
vi. JACOB M. BENDER, b. May 06, 1888, Germany; d. December 26, 1963, Mobridge, Sourth Dakota; m. WILHEMININE 'MINNIE' EBEL, September 05, 1909; b. February 20, 1892; d. October 26, 1978, Mobridge, Sourth Dakota.

Notes for JACOB M. BENDER:
Jacob M. Bender's Obit (Dec 26, 1963 is the date of the obit)

Services were Tuesday for Jacob M. Bender, 75, who died of a stroke Saturday at his home in Mobridge. Rev. LeRoy Gardner officiated in the First Baptist Church. Burial in The Greenwood Cemetery. He was born May 6, 1888 in Germany and came to the United States in 1889 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bender. On Sept 5, 1909 he married Minnie Ebel.

Survivors are his wife, 4 sons, Don and Marlyn of Mobridge, Darrell of Frederick, SD and Bennie of Tucson, AZ. 8 daughters, Mrs. Palmer (Freda) Myron of Mound City, Mrs. E.L. (Evelyn) Bastian of Miles City, MT, Mrs.Viola Lewis of Walker, Mrs. Norbert (Beatrice) Collins of Trail City, Mrs. Orville (Minnie) Ekrem of Selby, Mrs. Milo (Bernice) Pooley of Ridge Crest, CA, Mrs. Robert (Donna) Bohl and Mrs. Wayne (Elaine) Lahren of Mobridge. 2 brothers, Adam of Sturgis and Ben of Orange Grove, CA. 2 sisters Mrs. Katie Lang of Minneapolis and Mrs. Freda Opheim of Mound City, 47 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by 2 sons, Willard and Floyd, both in 1926, a daughter Joan in 1933 and 4 brothers, Theofil, George, Emanuel and William.



More About JACOB M. BENDER:
Burial: Greenway Cemetery/ Greenway, South Dakota
Cause of Death: Stroke

Marriage Notes for JACOB BENDER and WILHEMININE EBEL:
Jacob and Minne Bender after their marriage moved to Mercer ND and homesteaded six miles NE of Mercer. They lived there until 1922 when they moved to Herried where Jacob operated a cream station until 1924.
The family lived in Java for a year and moved to Trail City in 1925 where Jacob worked for the Milwaukee railroad. In 1934 they moved to a ranch seven miles SE of Trail City and lived there til 1951 after 1951 they moved to Mobridge SD


vii. THEOPHILUS BENDER, b. April 17, 1893; d. October 30, 1918.

Notes for THEOPHILUS BENDER:
Died at Sea

viii. KATHERINE E. BENDER, b. November 24, 1895; d. September 25, 1974, Minneapolis, Minnesota; m. UNKNOWN LANG.
ix. ADAM BENDER, b. November 21, 1897; d. January 1980, Las Cruces, Dona Ana Co., New Mexico.
x. EVA BENDER, b. November 21, 1897; d. March 26, 1914.
xi. FREDA BENDER, b. August 29, 1902; d. July 22, 1991; m. EDWARD OPHEIM.

Notes for FREDA BENDER:
FREDA BENDER -- Married Edward Opheim. Three daughters, Carol, Joyce,
Adele. One son, Olin. Occupation: Teacher, now retired. Husband,
retired farmer. Address: Riverside Apartments No. 2, Mobridge, S.D.
57601.


xii. BENJAMIN 'BEN' BENDER, b. October 18, 1905; d. November 1982, Riverside, Riverside Co., CA.


12. ELIZABETH11 BENDER (JOHANN 'GEORG'10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1)1,2,3 was born April 03, 1862 in Worms, Russia4,5,6, and died August 06, 1886 in Worms, Odessa, Russia. She married (1) JAKOB WIEST III7,8,9,10 Abt. 1876, son of JACOB WIEST and CHARLOTTA ACKERMANN. He was born June 26, 1857 in Rohrbach, Odessa, Russia11,12, and died Abt. 1879. She married (2) FRIEDRICH WIEST13,14,15 Abt. 1880, son of JACOB WIEST and CHARLOTTA ACKERMANN. He was born November 1851 in Rohrbach, Odessa, Russia16,17, and died 1913 in Wishek, North Dakota17,18.

More About ELIZABETH BENDER:
Baptism: May 13, 1962, Worms, Odessa, Russia
Cause of Death: Child Birth
Record Change: September 27, 200018

Notes for JAKOB WIEST III:
[Harold M Wiest 2.FTW]

Well I don't think it would hurt to send as much info, maybe I can find a connection or something! I really think Jakob born 1857 is Jocob John Wiest, II father! If Catharina R. (who married 1. Philpp Schaefer (Schafer) then married 2. Conrad Wiest). is Katherina Schaefer (who married to Jacob John Wiest, II) granddaughter!

From: Michael Leon Wiest

More About JAKOB WIEST III:
Baptism: June 30, 1857, Rohrbach Russia19,20
Record Change: January 16, 200221

Notes for FRIEDRICH WIEST:
[Harold M Wiest.FTW]

Fredrick and Louisa emmigrated to the US with his sons Carl, Arnold, and Alexander. Buried possibly in Wishek, ND.
They arrived at Ellis Island in 1911 aboard the Kronprinzessin Cecilie.

More About FRIEDRICH WIEST:
Burial: Wishek, North Dakota
Record Change: April 23, 200121

Child of ELIZABETH BENDER and JAKOB WIEST is:
i. SR. JACOB JOHN12 WIEST, SR.22, b. June 01, 1877, Rohrbach, So. Russia23; d. August 29, 1957, McLaughlin, South Dakota24,25,25; m. (1) KATHERINA SCHAEFER26,27,28,29, 1898, Odessa, Russia30; b. November 17, 1877, Rohrbach, So. Russia30; d. November 15, 1911, Tell Twp., Emmons Co., North Dakota31,31; m. (2) MATHILDA BUCHHOLZ32,33,34,35, January 27, 1921, Edgeley, LaMoure Co., North Dakoa36,36; b. May 17, 1887, Tarutino, Kreis Akkermann, Bessarabia, Russia37; d. May 23, 1955, Edgeley, North Dakota38,38.

Notes for SR. JACOB JOHN WIEST, SR.:
[Harold M Wiest 2.FTW]

They came to America from Odessa, Russia to Galveston, Texas between March 3, 1902 and Nov. 8 , 1903 when Jacob John Wiest III was about 2 1/2 yrs old. Per Michael Wiest

In 1928 Jacob's second wife said Jacob's parents weren't living! I don't know if that means that when he went to America his parent weren't living in 1902! I got that infomation from Jacob John Wiest's Divorce Papers from her in 1928; it's 26 pages long and it's pretty interesting! That's when he went to Wakapla, South Dakota!
info from Michael Wiest 1/17/2002

NOTE: Jacob John and Mathilda got divorced in 1928. Jacob John Wiest never remarried per Michael Wiest.

Per the divorce papers, Jacob John Wiest's parents were no longer living in 1928.

More About SR. JACOB JOHN WIEST, SR.:
Burial: September 02, 1957, Wakpla, South Dakota39
Record Change: January 18, 200240

Notes for KATHERINA SCHAEFER:
[Micahel Leon Wiest.FTW]

Wohl Cemetry is Linton vicinity, Bethlehem Cemetery (German Evangelical Lutheran)
NW corner of NW 1/4 of S 9, Twp 133, R 75

She died at 4:30 AM


More About KATHERINA SCHAEFER:
Baptism: December 11, 1877, Rohrbach, Russia41,41
Burial: November 17, 1911, Linton Vicinity Bethlehem Cemetry/ near Temvick, Emmons Co., North Dakota42
Cause of Death: Choking/Sensation of Menstruation from Cold!
Record Change: April 14, 200243

Marriage Notes for JACOB WIEST and KATHERINA SCHAEFER:

[Micahel Leon Wiest.FTW]

They came to America from Oddessa, Russa to Galveston, Texas between March 3, 1902 to November 8, 1903 and Jacob John Wiest, III was about 2.5 years old!

More About MATHILDA BUCHHOLZ:
Burial: Edgeley, North Dakota44,44
Record Change: January 17, 200245


Children of ELIZABETH BENDER and FRIEDRICH WIEST are:
ii. MARGARET12 WIEST46,47,48, b. October 20, 1881, Worms, Russia; d. April 06, 1923, Greenwood, South Dakota.

Notes for MARGARET WIEST:
Campbell County SD, 1910 Census (M-L Harding)


Name Age Country Imm Page-Twp Comments
Bender, Jacob 46 R 1886 7A Thompson born abt. 1864
Elizabeth 44 R 1889 born abt. 1866
-Elizabeth 16 SD
-Emily 15 SD
-Emma 14 SD
-August 11 SD
-Lydia 9 SD
-Albert 7 SD
-Henry 6 SD
-Edward 2 SD
-Martha 4 SD
Jacob Rath (servant) 28 R 1909 born abt. 1882
Margaret Wist (niece) 27 R 1888 born abt. 1883


More About MARGARET WIEST:
Burial: Greenwood, South Dakota
Record Change: March 17, 200149
Rge: March 17, 200150

iii. CHRISTINA WIEST51,52,53, b. Bet. 1882 - 1883.

Notes for CHRISTINA WIEST:
She married in Russia and stayed there, so far of what we know

More About CHRISTINA WIEST:
Record Change: December 16, 200054

iv. JACOB WIEST55,56,57, b. October 22, 1884, Worms, Russia58,59; d. November 1970, Conrad, MT, USA60; m. ROSA (RUTH) HUBER61,62, Russia; b. October 05, 1889, Russia; d. March 1975, Conrad, MT, USA.

Notes for JACOB WIEST:
[Harold M Wiest.FTW]

birth info per Michael Wiest's Feb 5, 2001 e-mail HMW
Jacob arrived in the USA at Ellis Island in 1911 as a single man with his father Friedrich and step-mother Louisa.


More About JACOB WIEST:
Record Change: April 23, 200163

More About ROSA (RUTH) HUBER:
Record Change: September 27, 200063

v. ELIZABETH 'LIZA' WIEST64,65,66, b. August 06, 1886, Worms, Russia67,68,69; d. January 24, 1973, Eureka, Mcpherson Co., SD70; m. FRIEDRICH 'FRED' ODENBACH71,72,73, February 28, 1903, Greenway, Campell Co., South Dakota; b. August 21, 1881, Rohrbach, Russia; d. February 1979, Eureka, Mcpherson Co., SD.

More About ELIZABETH 'LIZA' WIEST:
Burial: January 27, 1973, Eureka, Mcpherson Co., SD
Immigration: 1886, Worms, Russia to USA
Record Change: December 16, 200074

More About FRIEDRICH 'FRED' ODENBACH:
Immigration: 1885, Rohrbach, Russia to USA
Record Change: September 27, 200074


13. JACOB B.11 BENDER (JOHANN 'GEORG'10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born August 05, 1863 in Worms,Odessa, Russia, and died August 18, 1939 in Eureka, South Dakota. He married ELIZABETH HAUCK November 02, 1890 in Eureka South Dakota, daughter of KARL HAUCK, SR.. She was born October 03, 1865 in Russia, and died December 19, 1934.

Notes for JACOB B. BENDER:
Campbell County SD, 1910 Census (M-L Harding)


Name Age Country Imm Page-Twp Comments
Bender, Jacob 46 R 1886 7A Thompson born abt. 1864
Elizabeth 44 R 1889 born abt. 1866
-Elizabeth 16 SD
-Emily 15 SD
-Emma 14 SD
-August 11 SD
-Lydia 9 SD
-Albert 7 SD
-Henry 6 SD
-Edward 2 SD
-Martha 4 SD
Jacob Rath (servant) 28 R 1909 born abt. 1882
Margaret Wist (niece) 27 R 1888

Jacob Bender was born in the village of Worms, Odessa District, South Russia, on
Aug. 5, 1863, where he received his education and grew to young manhood.

Mr. Bender hired out breaking horses and made his mark as an accomplished
horseman. He made trips to Montana, selecting and purchasing wild broncos,
bringing them back to Eureka, where he broke them and in turn, they were sold to
area farmers.



More About JACOB B. BENDER:
Baptism: September 15, 1963, Worms, Odessa, Russia
Burial: August 20, 1939, Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

More About ELIZABETH HAUCK:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

Marriage Notes for JACOB BENDER and ELIZABETH HAUCK:
On Nov. 24, 1890, Jacob was married to Elizabeth Hauck, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Hauck. Mrs. Bender was born Oct. 3, 1865, in South Russia, and came to
the U.S. with her parents in the spring of 1890. The young couple made their
home on the E1/2 of Section 8, Township 125, Range 74, in Campbell County, which
remained their home until they retired from farming. On Sept. 22, 1921, Mr. and
Mrs. Bender moved into a fine new residence in Java, where they resided until
their passing, Mrs. Bender on Dec. 19, 1934, and Mr. Bender on Aug. 18,1939.



Children of JACOB BENDER and ELIZABETH HAUCK are:
i. ELIZABETH12 BENDER, b. May 09, 1893, Campbell Co., South Dakota; d. January 1959; m. GOTTLIEB A. ZELLER, SR., November 14, 1912, Sutley, South Dakota; b. October 24, 1890, Eureka, Mcpherson Co., SD.

Notes for ELIZABETH BENDER:
Elizabeth Bender (Lizzie) was born May 9, 1893, near Sutley in Campbell County,
a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hauck) Bender. She attended rural school and
grew into womanhood on her parents' farm NE of Java.


Notes for GOTTLIEB A. ZELLER, SR.:
Gottlieb A. and Elizabeth (Bender) Zeller
Gottlieb A. Zeller, the oldest child of Rosina and George Zeller, was born Oct.
24, 1890, on a farm near Eureka. The family later moved to a farm 12 miles north
of Java, where they lived until Gottlieb was 18. At that time, they moved to
Java, and Gottlieb became bookkeeper at the Zeller Bros. Implement.

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH BENDER and GOTTLIEB ZELLER:
near Leith, ND. Crop conditions there were unfavorable for the next several
years and they returned to Campbell County in Aug. 1921. During the move from
Leith back to the farm near Java, a wagonload of household goods caught fire and
only a few pieces were salvaged. Gottlieb and Lizzie and their little girls made
their home on the Jacob Bender farm until 1925, when they bought a farm, where
they lived for the next 22 years.

On Nov. 14, 1912, Gottlieb Zeller and Elizabeth Bender were married in
the Reformed church at Sutley. They lived at the Zeller home in Java,
the first winter. The following spring, they moved to the Zeller farm.
That fall, they returned to Java and lived in the present Jacob Himrich
house. In 1916, they again took up farming on the Zeller farm.

Twelve children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Zeller, eleven of whom are still
living. They are: Gottlieb Zeller, Java, S. Dak.; Magdalena Wolff, Cardston,
Alberta, Canada; Elisabetha Schnaible, Java, S. Dak.; Rosina Spiry and Rosina
Bender, Java, S. Dak.; George Zeller, Dayton, Ohio; Johannes Zeller, Java, S.
Dak.; Bertha Bieber, Trail City, S. Dak.; Agnes Linder, Cardston, Alberta,
Canada; Martha Marquardt, Britton, S. Dak.; Kathryn Hamann, Eureka, S. Dak.
Emma Keim died at the age of thirty-four.



ii. EMILY BENDER, b. April 03, 1895; m. JACOB B. AMAN.
iii. EMMA BENDER, b. November 20, 1896, South Dakota; d. 1944; m. EDWARD F. BIEL, October 1919; b. October 06, 1896.

More About EMMA BENDER:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

Notes for EDWARD F. BIEL:
Edward F. Biel was born Oct. 6, 1896, and attended Sutley School. He helped his
parents on the farm and later was drafted into service in 1917 during World War
I. Edward served three months in battlefield at France, and served in the Army
of Occupation in Germany for six months. He returned home and was discharged June 7, 1919. Edward married Emma Bender in Oct. 1919, and they took over his
father's homestead. They farmed for many years, raised a family of four
children, who were educated in the Java Public School.

My father, Edward F. Biel, was born the following year. He grew up on this farm,
returning to farm there following his term of service in World War I. He married
Emma Bender and to this union four children were born: Elmer, DeLores, Floyd,
and myself.

In the summer of 1908, he worked for George Bender on the threshing machine.
Later he worked as a hired hand on a farm in Linton, N.D. In the fall of 1910,
he went to work on a farm two-and-a-half miles NW of Java as a hired hand for
his uncle Jacob Haux, Sr. In 1911 he worked as a hired hand for Mr. Jackson. In
1912 he went to Martin, ND, and worked on the threshing machine.

More About EDWARD F. BIEL:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

iv. AUGUST BENDER, b. May 24, 1898, South Dakota; d. 1948; m. CHRISTINA ZELLER; b. 1900; d. 1983.

More About AUGUST BENDER:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

More About CHRISTINA ZELLER:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

v. CARL BENDER, b. 1899, South Dakota; d. 1899, South Dakota.
vi. LYDIA BENDER, b. August 30, 1900; m. FRED STOEBNER.
vii. ALBERT BENDER, b. June 11, 1902, South Dakota; d. February 1967; m. SUSIE FLAMANG; b. 1902; d. 1957.

Notes for ALBERT BENDER:
The Albert Bender family lived on a farm in Campbell County until 1943, when
they moved to Java, continuing to farm and raise livestock. Russell took over
the farming and raising livestock in 1964.



More About ALBERT BENDER:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

More About SUSIE FLAMANG:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

viii. HENRY BENDER, b. October 06, 1903, Campbell Co., South Dakota; d. September 1982, Java, Walworth Co., South Dakota; m. ALVINA SCHLAHT, February 09, 1928, Mound City, South Dakota.

Notes for HENRY BENDER:
Henry and Martha (Jundt) Bender
Henry Bender was born in southeastern Campbell County on Oct. 6, 1903, to Jacob
and Elizabeth (Hauck) Bender, on the family farm in the area once known as the
Sutley Community. He attended rural school and after his schooling farmed on the
home place. In Sept. of 1921, his parents moved to the town of Java, where they
had erected a new residence.


Marriage Notes for HENRY BENDER and ALVINA SCHLAHT:
Henry was married to Alvina Schlaht in Mound City on Feb. 9, 1928. They made
their home on the Bender farm. To this union one son, LeRoy, was born. In the
fall of 1944 Henry held a livestock and machinery auction at his farm and later
in that year purchased a residence in Java. In the autumn of 1945 Henry and his
son moved to Java.


ix. MARTHA E. BENDER, b. September 01, 1905, Java, South Dakota; d. November 1983; m. HENRY H. WOLFF, November 15, 1925, South Dakota; b. March 05, 1902, South Dakota; d. July 14, 1994.

More About MARTHA E. BENDER:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

Notes for HENRY H. WOLFF:
Henry H. Wolff was born at Java on Mar. 5, 1902, son of Matheus G. and
Fredericka (Jenner) Wolff. On Nov. 15, 1925, he was united in marriage to Martha
Bender, who was born Sept. 1, 1905, at the Sutley area north of Java, a daughter
of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hauck) Bender. They lived at the Matheus Wolff farm
until Mar. 1926, when they moved on a farm three and one-half miles NW of Java.
In about 1938, they moved to Java. Henry was employed at Rabenberg Inc., in
Selby.


More About HENRY H. WOLFF:
Burial: Lutheran Cemetery/ Java, Walworth County, SD

x. EDWARD BENDER, b. March 24, 1908, South Dakota; d. Abt. 1912.


14. CHRISTINA11 BENDER (JOHANN 'GEORG'10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born January 14, 1869 in Worms, Odessa, Russia, and died September 28, 1928 in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. She married FRIEDRICH JAHRAWS December 03, 1889 in Greenway, Campell Co., South Dakota. He was born November 08, 1867 in Oddessa, Russia.

More About CHRISTINA BENDER:
Baptism: February 28, 1969, Worms, Odessa, Russia
Burial: Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada

Child of CHRISTINA BENDER and FRIEDRICH JAHRAWS is:
i. EMMA12 JAHRAWS, b. January 03, 1891.


15. JOHANN11 BENDER (JOHANN 'GEORG'10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born January 28, 1871 in Worms, Russia, and died September 04, 1937 in Martin, Sheridan Co., North Dakota. He married MAGDALENA HECKENLAIIBLE. She was born November 17, 1874 in Menno, Hutchinson Co., South Dakota, and died May 21, 1943 in Martin, Sheridan Co., North Dakota.

More About JOHANN BENDER:
Burial: September 06, 1937, United Methodist Cemetery/ Martin, Sheridan Co., North Dakota

More About MAGDALENA HECKENLAIIBLE:
Burial: United Methodist Cemetery/ Martin, Sheridan Co., North Dakota

Marriage Notes for JOHANN BENDER and MAGDALENA HECKENLAIIBLE:
John Bender was born in Odessa, Russia on January 27, 1871 and his wife, the
former Magdelina Heckenlaible, was born November 17, 1874 in Menno, S. Dakota.
They moved to North Dakota and settled on a farm in the Hurdsfield area, then
moving to a farm northwest of Harvey. They had thirteen children, twelve of
them growing to be adults. One child died in 1911 before he was a year old.



Children of JOHANN BENDER and MAGDALENA HECKENLAIIBLE are:
i. EDWIN12 BENDER, m. MARTHA HENNE, May 23, 1930.

Marriage Notes for EDWIN BENDER and MARTHA HENNE:
On May 23, 1930, Martha Henne and Edwin Bender were united in marriage. The
pastor was Rev. Richard Otto of the German Evangelical Congregational Parish of
Harvey. Their witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Otto (Emma Bender) Schmidt of Harvey.

Martha and Edwin's first home was the John Bender Sr. farm located five miles
east of Martin, where they farmed with his brothers, Calvin and Alfred.



ii. CALVIN BENDER, m. BEATRICE HAUGEN, March 02, 1942, Harvey, North Dakota.

Marriage Notes for CALVIN BENDER and BEATRICE HAUGEN:
Calvin Bender and Beatrice Haugen were united in marriage on March 2, 1942 at
the First Lutheran Church, Harvey. Calvin was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Bender of Martin. He attended the Martin School and also graduated from the
Martin High School.

They have two children. Susan lives in Des Moines, Iowa with her husband
Kenneth Bender and their two sons, Troy and Chad. Roger lives in Crookston,
Minn. with his wife, Renae (Lesmeister) and their son, Brock.



iii. ALFRED BENDER, b. May 20, 1907; m. ANN BENTZ.

Marriage Notes for ALFRED BENDER and ANN BENTZ:
Alfred, born May 20, 1907, married Ann Bentz. They had two children, Marvin and
Darlene, who live out of state with their families. Alfred lived northeast of
Martin on part of the original Bender farm at the time of his death; Ann still
lives on the farm.


iv. GEORGE BENDER, b. August 26, 1899, Chaseley, North Dakota; m. ELIZABETH UNKNOWN; b. February 02, 1900.

Notes for GEORGE BENDER:
George Bender was born near Chaseley on August 26, 1899, the fifth child of
John and Magdelina (Heckenlaible) Bender, and the fourth son.


Marriage Notes for GEORGE BENDER and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN:
Elizabeth was born February 2, 1900, and married George Bender. They had two
children. Clinton, the son, now lives in Martin, and has three boys. She still
lives north of Martin.




16. EMMA11 BENDER (JACOB10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) She married EDWARD SUKUT, SR. December 03, 1907.

Marriage Notes for EMMA BENDER and EDWARD SUKUT:
On December 3, 1907, he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Bender, daughter of
Jacob Bender. They homesteaded that same year about three and a half miles
southwest of Fredonia, No. Dak. They lived on this farm until 1913, when they
moved to the Gottlieb Kusler farm. Here they lived for [t]wo years, then moved
to a farm seven miles southwest of Fredonia. They lived on this farm until
1943, when they were forced to retire because of Mr. Sukut's health.

Seventeen children were born to this union of whom nine are living. They are:
Mrs. Mollie Miller, Mrs. Hellen McCormick and Gust, all of Kulm, N.D.; Mrs. Mary
Renz, Castleton On Hudson, New York; Mrs. Fred Gackle, Eugene, Oreg.; Mrs.
Bertha Hellwig, Bismarck, N.D.; Mrs. Etta Alexanderson, Aberdeen, S.D.; Mrs.
Emma Bender, Fairview, Mont.; Mrs. Perena Bromley, Lansing, Mich.



Children of EMMA BENDER and EDWARD SUKUT are:
i. BERTHA12 SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN HELLWIG.
ii. EMMA SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN BENDER.
iii. ETTA SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN ALEXANDERSON.
iv. EUGENE SUKUT.
v. HELLEN SUKUT, m. GUST MCCORMICK.
vi. MARY SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN RENZ.
vii. MOLLIE SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN MILLER.
viii. PERENA SUKUT, m. UNKNOWN BROMLEY.
ix. UNKNOWN SUKUT, m. FRED GACKLE.
x. EDWARD SUKUT, JR., b. August 25, 1908, McIntosh County, North Dakota.

Notes for EDWARD SUKUT, JR.:
Edward Sukut, Jr., son of Edward, Sr., and Emma (Bender) Sukut, was
born on August 25, 1908, in McIntosh County. He attended rural school where he
received his elementary education.


xi. CHRISTINA SUKUT, b. June 14, 1911, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota; m. CHRIST UNKNOWN, September 06, 1934.

Marriage Notes for CHRISTINA SUKUT and CHRIST UNKNOWN:
On September 6, 1934, Christ united in marriage to Christina Sukut, a daughter
of Edward, Sr., and Emma (Bender) Sukut. Christina was born on June 14, 1911, in
Fredonia, Logan County, attending rural school where she received her elementary
education

The following children were born: Mary Spiedel, Wishek, N.Dak., who died in
1976; Tate, Ardina Weishaar, and Adolph, all of Yakima, Washington; Magdaline
Schulct, who died in 1935; William D., Vancouver, Washington; Carolina Bender,
Jamestown, N. Dak.; and Baraba Haas, Santa Rosa, California.


xii. MARTHA SUKUT, b. May 20, 1914, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota; m. EDWIN UNKNOWN, October 14, 1935.

Marriage Notes for MARTHA SUKUT and EDWIN UNKNOWN:
On October 14, 1935, Edwin was united in marriage to Martha Sukut, a daughter of
Edward and Emma (Bender) Sukut. Martha was born on May 20, 1914, on the family
farm near Fredonia. She attended the rural school, receiving her elementary
education.


xiii. GUSTAVE SUKUT, b. September 05, 1915, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota.

Notes for GUSTAVE SUKUT:
Gustave Sukut, a son of the late Edward, Sr., and Emma (nee Bender)
Sukut, was born on September 5, 1915, on the family homestead southwest of
Fredonia. He attended school in the Hoffnungstal School District in McIntosh
County.


xiv. ANNA SUKUT, b. August 01, 1921, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota; m. ALBERT UNKNOWN, November 23, 1941.

Marriage Notes for ANNA SUKUT and ALBERT UNKNOWN:
On November 23, 1941, Albert was united in marriage with Anna Sukut, a daughter
of Edward and Emma (Bender) Sukut. Anna was born on August 1, 1921, on the
family farm seven miles southwest of Fredonia. She attended the rural school
and received her elementary education. After their marriage, they moved to a
farm seven miles southwest of Fredonia.


xv. LEONTINA D. SUKUT, b. June 30, 1923; m. ROLAND UNKNOWN, October 26, 1941.

Marriage Notes for LEONTINA SUKUT and ROLAND UNKNOWN:
On October 26, 1941, Roland was united in marriage with Leontina D. Sukut.
Leontina was born on June 30, 1923, on her parents' farm to Edward and Emma
(Bender) Sukut.



17. JAKOB11 BENDER (JACOB10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born September 14, 1872 in Russia, and died November 1940. He married MAGDALENA LINDEMANN.

Child of JAKOB BENDER and MAGDALENA LINDEMANN is:
i. EMMA12 BENDER, b. August 01, 1901, Linton, North Dakota; m. JOHANN ANHORN, November 12, 1922; b. February 01, 1897, Albota, Bessarabia, Russia.


18. KATHERINE11 BENDER (JACOB10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born February 20, 1883 in Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota. She married GOTTLIEB KUSLER 1904. He was born March 02, 1879 in Yankton, South Dakota.

Marriage Notes for KATHERINE BENDER and GOTTLIEB KUSLER:
Mr. Kusler was born March 2, 1879 near Yankton, S.D. Together with
his parents he moved to North Dakota and filed on a homestead three miles south
of Fredonia. In 1904 he was united in marriage to Miss Katherine Bender, born
February 20, 1883 near Scotland, S.D. Mrs. Kusler's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Bender moved to North Dakota in 1903 and settled on a farm eight miles south of
Fredonia.


Children of KATHERINE BENDER and GOTTLIEB KUSLER are:
i. EDWARD12 KUSLER, b. February 22, 1905, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota.

Notes for EDWARD KUSLER:
Edward Kusler, son of Gottlieb and Katherine (nee Bender) Kusler, was
born on February 22, 1905, near Fredonia. He attended the local school and
received his elementary education.

ii. EDA KUSLER, b. December 13, 1914, Fredonia, Logan County, North Dakota; m. KARL UNKNOWN, November 14, 1933.

Marriage Notes for EDA KUSLER and KARL UNKNOWN:
On November 14, 1933, Karl was united in marriage to Eda Kusler, a daughter of
Gottlieb and Katherina (Bender) Kusler. Eda was born on December 13, 1914, four
miles south of Fredonia. She attended a rural school two and one-half miles
south of Fredonia where she received her elementary education.

Three children were born to this union: Eugene, married to Ruby Bender,
Jamestown, N. Dak., Roger, married to Ardella Johnson, Spokane, Washington; and
Joyce, married to Leroy Kramlich, Kulm, N. Dak. There are 13 grandchildren.


19. PETER11 BENDER (JACOB10, CHRISTINA MARGARETA9 MAUCH, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born May 11, 1884 in Scotlnad, Bon Home Co., South Dakota. He married EMMA WITTMAYER 1913.

Notes for PETER BENDER:
Mr. Bender was born on May 11, 1884, in Scotland, S.D. He was the son
of Jacob and Katherina, nee Nagel, Bender. Together with his parents, he moved
to North Dakota, and settled on a farm, five miles south from Fredonia.


Marriage Notes for PETER BENDER and EMMA WITTMAYER:
In 1913, he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Wittmayer, daughter of Simon and
Christina Wittmayer. That same year, they moved to a farm four miles west of
Fredonia. This farm was commonly known as the "bank farm". They lived there
only a few years, when they moved on Mr. Bender's father-in-law's farm. After
farming there for a short period, they moved on a farm, eight miles west of
Fredonia. They lived on this farm until 1946, when they sold their possessions
and moved to Fairview, Mont.

They were blessed with nine children of whom eight are living. They are: Perina,
now Mrs. Hieb of Goodrich, N.D.; Jacob of Idaho; Theophil of Buford, N.D.; Fred
of Montana; Clara, now Mrs. Joe Moore of Sidney, Mont.; Theodore of Montana;
Mary, now Mrs. Fred Lowry of Brockton, Mont.; Helen, now Mrs. Don Lowry of
Sidney, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Bender are residing in Fairview, Mont., at the
present time.


Children of PETER BENDER and EMMA WITTMAYER are:
i. PERINA12 BENDER, m. UNKNOWN HIEB.
ii. CLARA BENDER, m. JOE MOORE.
iii. THEODORE BENDER.
iv. MARY BENDER, m. FRED LOWRY.
v. HELEN BENDER, m. DON LOWRY.


20. FRED11 MAUCH (JOHANN10, KARL JULIUS9, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born December 23, 1878 in Worms, Bessarabia, Russia, and died September 07, 1965 in Goodrich, North Dakota. He married LOUISE KOENIG November 13, 1898. She was born April 18, 1878 in Rosenfield, South Russia, and died April 04, 1965 in Goodrich, North Dakota.

Notes for FRED MAUCH:
Fred Mauch was born December 23, 1878 at Worms, SD son of Mr and Mrs John Mauch. He came to ND in 1898 settling near Fessenden where he married Louisa Koenig in November 1898. She was born April 18, 1878 at Rosenfield , South Russia, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Koenig and came to the United States with her parents in 1890 settling near Napoleon. They moved to the Goodrich area in 1896.

Mr and Mrs Mauch homesteaded south of Goodrich in 1900, lived there until retiring from active farming and moving into Goodrich in 1941. In the fall of 1964 they moved to the Baptist Home in Bismarck . Mrs Mauch died April 4, 1965 and Mr Mauch died September 7, 1965. They had six daughters and one son: Mrs. John (Louisa) Haux, Mrs Fred (Barbara) Felchle, Mrs David (Annie) Axt, William Mauch, Mrs Homer (Caroline) Kirkendall, Mrs Oscar (Emily) Martinson and Mrs. Albert (Alvina) Schmidt.



More About LOUISE KOENIG:
Burial: Goodrich Cemetery, Goodrich, ND

Child of FRED MAUCH and LOUISE KOENIG is:
i. LOUISA12 MAUCH75, b. May 07, 1899, Goodrich, North Dakota; d. November 23, 1979, Goodrich, North Dakota; m. JOHN HAUX75,76,77,78, March 26, 1919, Goodrich, North Dakota; b. March 28, 1893, Napolean, ND, USA79,80,81; d. June 16, 1976, Goodrich, ND, USA82,83,84.

Notes for LOUISA MAUCH:
[Ludwig Haux 102502.FTW]

!Info from Bob Haux 25 Apr 1999 <wingnut@pcisys.net>
Put in PAF 28 Apr 1999 by John L. Inman <jinman@mtintouch.net>
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More About LOUISA MAUCH:
Record Change: February 08, 200285

Notes for JOHN HAUX:
[Ludwig Haux 102502.FTW]

!Info from Myfamily.com page by Bob Haux and Larry Gruszie 2 Apr 1999
Put in PAF 2 Apr 1999 by John L. Inman <jinman@mtintouch.net>
.............................................................................SSN 502-09-8809 Residence: 58444 Goodrich, Sheridan, ND
Born 28 Mar 1893 Last Benefit:
Died Jun 1976 Issued: ND (Before 1951)[Ludwig Haux 102502.FTW]

!Info from Bob Haux 25 Apr 1999 <wingnut@pcisys.net>
Put in PAF 28 Apr 1999 by John L. Inman <jinman@mtintouch.net>
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John Haux obit
Posted by Larry Gruszie: on Monday, March 22, 1999
John Haux 83, Goodrich, died Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 10:30 in Goodrich first Baptist C hurch, burial Goodrich City Cemetery. Mr. Haux was born March 28, 1893 Napoleon. He came to t he Goodrich area with his parents and they settled in Boone Township, Sheridan County. He mar ried Louise Mauch March 26, 1919, at Goodrich. They farmed to northeast of Goodrich. In 192 6 they moved into Goodrich were he since has made his home.Mr.Haux owned a garage in Goodric h and worked as a trucker and Carpenter. survivors: wife, one son, Raymond, San Pablo, Califo rnia, three daughters, Mrs. Floyd [DeLores] Lang Bismarck, Mrs. Harry [Gladys]Helmer, Seattl e Washington, and Mrs. Eugene (Ruth}Fandrich,Sacramento CA. Four brothers Jake San Pablo,Cali fornia, Carl Bismarck, Henry, harvey, and Fred,Hurdsfield. Five sisters, Mrs. Joe Deckert and Mrs. Elbert Gross both of Bismarck, Mrs. Jake Unruh,Minot,Mrs. Carl Schmidt,Oakland, Califo rnia,Mrs. Floyd Ross, Yakima,Wa.,and Mrs. Ernest Baumgard,Clarissa, MN.fourteen grandchildren , and nine great-grandchildren.

John Haux 83, Gut-Rich, ist gestorben Mittwoch. Begr©Pbnis-Sa mstag bei 10: 30 in Gut-Rich erste Baptist-Kirche, Begr©Pbnis Gut-Rich Stadt-Friedhof. Herr Ha ux wurde 28. M©Prz 1893 geboren Napoleon. Er ist zum Gut-Rich gekommen Gebiet mit seinen Elter n und sie haben in Boone Township entschieden, Sheridan Grafschaft. Er hat geheiratet Louis e Mauch 26. M©Prz 1919, bei Gut-Rich. Sie zu Nordosten von Gut-Rich Landwirtschaft betreiben . In 1926 haben sie in Gut-Rich bewegt war er seit hat seinen [home.Mr.Haux] gemacht, hat ein e Garage in Gut-Rich besessen, und hat gearbeitet wie ein [trucker] und Zimmermann. ©berleben den: Frau, einer Sohn, Raymond, San Pablo, Kalifornien, drei T©œchter, Frau Floyd[ DeLores] La ng Bismarck, Frau Harry[ Gladys] Helmer, Seattle Washington, und Frau Eugene (Ruth} Fandrich , Sacramento CA. Vier Br©oder Jake San Pablo, Kalifornien, Carl Bismarck, Henry, [harvey], un d Fred, Hurdsfield. F©onf Schwestern, Frau Joe Deckert und Frau Elbert Gross beid von Bismarck , Frau Jake Unruh, Minot, Frau Carl Schmidt, Eiche-Land, Kalifornien, Frau Floyd Ross, Yakima , Wa., und Frau Ernest Baumgard, Clarissa, MN.fourteen Enkelkinder, und neun Gro©-Enkelkind.
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More About JOHN HAUX:
Record Change: February 08, 200285


21. MARTHA11 MUNSCH (CHRISTIANA10 MAUCH, KARL JULIUS9, JULIUS8, JULIUS7, JOHANN GEORG6, HANS JACOB5, HANS ABRAHAM4, OSWALD3, HANS2, HANS1) was born January 29, 1896 in Scotland, South Dakota, and died October 04, 1978 in Ellendale, North Dakota. She married ALFRED ULMER July 21, 1918 in Fullerton, North Dakota. He was born July 20, 1892 in Sutton, Clay Co., NE, and died June 27, 1988 in Ellendale, North Dakota.

More About MARTHA MUNSCH:
Burial: Maple View Cem/ Fullerton, North Dakota

More About ALFRED ULMER:
Burial: Maple View Cem/ Fullerton, North Dakota

Child of MARTHA MUNSCH and ALFRED ULMER is:
i. UNKNOWN12 ULMER.

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