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Peter Bartzen

Posted: 18 Oct 2000 4:37PM GMT
Edited: 17 Jun 2002 7:04PM GMT
I am researching the line of Peter Bartzen from Kroev Germany to the Town of Sheboygan Wisconsin. He and his wife Catharine had 11 children survive childhood. Half went to Montana and the other half stayed in Sheboygan County Wisconsin. Hoping to find relatives in the Montana area to help with the genealogy of those Bartzen children who went there. Willing to share Wisconsin info.

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Roger Bartzen (View posts)
Posted: 19 Feb 2001 5:43PM GMT
Chris, Write me and I'll tell you what I know. I Had a Great Uncle Peter Bartzen. And there was another Peter Bartzen that I know of that was related somewhere along the lines that ran for U.S. senate in chicago area in early 1900's. I have picture of him somwhere.Great Grandfather came from Germany, Adam and Anna Bartzen. Hope to here from you.
Posted: 20 Feb 2001 4:06PM GMT
Edited: 17 Jun 2002 7:04PM GMT
One of my Peter Bartzen's was born 26 Feb 1823 in Kroev Germany. His son Peter was born 8 Sept 1857. Both of them lived in Sheboygan County Wisconsin and they both also died there. How far back do you have your Bartzens? My Peter's father was Andreas Bartzen and his mother was Susanna Beeth.

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Roger Bartzen (View posts)
Posted: 22 Feb 2001 7:15PM GMT
Not for certain how far back our Bartzens go. I believe my great grandparents Adam and Anna (Schmidt) Bartzen came from Germany around 1900 or so. I think from around the Black Forest Area.

Re: Peter Bartzen

Posted: 11 Mar 2002 4:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Sep 2002 9:13PM GMT
My grandfather was Bernard J. Bartzen and lived in Butte, Montana. He had two brothers (Ed & Joe) and three sisters (Lucille, Esther & Olivia) that lived in Butte, Anaconda, and Great Falls, MT. My grandfather was electrocuted while working at Montana Power. He lost a leg and all toes on the the other foot. We traveled to Sheyboygan several times in the 50's to visit relatives. Please contact me as I have begun to develop a family tree. I am just in the initial stages. I could research the Montana data and hopefully you could provide input from Wisconsin.

Re: Peter Bartzen

Posted: 15 Feb 2003 9:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Mar 2003 1:27PM GMT
Computer crashed and lost all emails. Wondering how your family tree is coming along? Hope your meeting many new relatives and getting lots of new data and pictures. Chris

Re: Peter Bartzen

Pete Oljar (View posts)
Posted: 16 Feb 2003 5:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Chris:

Barb & I are in Escondido, Ca since Dec 21st. Sorry to hear about your computer crashing. Our address book on our computer is at home. We will be home around the 7th of Mar and I will e-mail you further. If you want to e-mail us please use oljars@attbi.com. What is your e-mail address so we can use it here in Calif.

Pete

Re: Peter Bartzen

Posted: 9 Mar 2003 4:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am looking for my Granmother's family. Her Father was Peter Bartzen, and he was married to Catherine (Meizen) Bartzen. My Grandmother's name was Anna - she had a brother named Jake, and a sister named Katie. Her mother and the children later moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Canada. If you have any further knoledge of them - please respond.

Thank you,

Dale

Re: Peter Bartzen

Posted: 10 Mar 2003 12:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Mar 2003 1:27PM GMT
Dale, I have two Peter Bartzens. Peter (SR) married Catharine Heinen in 1852 Sheboygan WI. Peter (JR) married Lizzie Schubert and then Minnie Fischer in Sheboygan WI.

Re: Peter Bartzen

Posted: 10 Mar 2003 4:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Chris,

Thank you, but the Peter and Catherine I am looking for came from Germany so I assume they were married in Germany too.

I found a Peter Bartzen in the 1880 Wisconsin census married to a Kate "could be (Katherine)" with six children. One of the children is named John, and I am almost certain Grandmother "Anna" had a brother named John & they had an "Anna". I am positive she had a brother named "Jake" as he was married to my Grandfather’s sister Dora "Hart" Bartzen.

As you probably know the age of the household members was NOT listed in the 1880 census, but "Anna" my "Grandmother", always claimed to be born in 1899 which leads me to believe - this is not the right Peter Barzten :-)

If you have any other ideas - please pass them on.

Thank you,

Dale
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