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Looking for any WESLE relations

Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 12 Jan 2006 5:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: WESLE
My name is Christina Wesle & I'm pretty sure that I've tracked down my grandfather, Fred Conrad Wesle to have lived in Taylor Wis. maybe he was even born there... He later moved to Calif. & married Ann Marie South. I dont know much about them but am searching for ANY information on family ansestory and/or any relations to him (ME) to correspond with..Can anyone help me?

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 5 Jun 2006 2:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
Christina,

I think I have the right families here. If so, then Fred's parents were Henry Wesle and Amanda Hoppe (not Hopper). They were married in Taylor County. Then Amanda's parents were Conrad Hoppe and Henrietta Zerstaedt. They were married in Sheboygan County.
2 of Henry and Amanda's children show up in the birth index, but not Fred.

Fred was living in Bear Valley, San Bernardino County, California during the 1930 census. He was listed as divorced. Was he married before he married your grandmother? Maybe his 1st marriage was in Wisconsin?


California Death Index, 1940-1997

Name Death Date Death Place Gender Birth Date Birthplace Mother's Maiden Name

WESLE, FRED CONRAD 4 Oct 1987 FRESNO MALE 28 Aug 1895 WISCONSIN HOPPER
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http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/vitalrecords/

Wisconsin Pre 1907 Vital Records

Name Type Date County

Wesle, Heinrich Marriage Dec 08 1885 Taylor
Hoppe, Amanda J Marriage Dec 08 1885 Taylor

Hoppe, Conrad C Marriage Apr 16 1867 Sheboygan
Zerstaedt, Henrietta H Marriage Apr 16 1867 Sheboygan

Wesle, Herbert W Birth Sep 11 1888 Taylor
Wesle, Walter A Birth Nov 10 1893 Taylor
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1900 Census Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin

Henry Wesle, head, age 39, married 14? years, born Oct 1860 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

Amanda Wesle, wife, age 32, married 14? years, 5 children, 5 living, born Feb 1868 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

Herbert Wesle, son, age 11, born Sept 1888 Wisconsin

Walter Wesle, son, age 6, born Nov 1893 Wisconsin

Fred Wesle, son, age 4, born Aug 1895 Wisconsin

Irura(Irma?) Wesle, daughter, age 2, born Aug 1897 Wisconsin

No name Wesle, daughter, age 1, born Mar 1899 Wisconsin

Herman Wesle, brother, age 39, single, born Oct 1860 Wisconsin, parents born Wisconsin

Bertha Cornelius, boarder, age 19, born Sep 1880 Germany, parents born Germany

SAME PAGE----

Conrad Hopp, head, age 61, married 32 years, born June 1838 Germany, parents born Germany, immigrated 1844, naturalized

Henrietta Hopp, wife, age 51, married 32 years, 4 children, 4 living, born February 1849 Germany, parents born Germany, immigrated 1866

Anna Hopp, daughter, age 18, born January 1882 Wisconsin (Anna was a school teacher)
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1910 Census 3-Wd Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin

Henney(Henry) Wesle, head, age 49, 1st marriage, married 24 years, born about 1861 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

Amanda Wesle, wife, age 42, 1st marriage, married 24 years, 5 children, 5 living, born about 1868 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

Herbert W. Wesle, son, age 21, born about 1889 Wisconsin

Walter A. Wesle, son, age 16, born about 1894 Wisconsin

Frederick L. Wesle, son, age 14, born about 1896 Wisconsin

Irma H. Wesle, daughter, age 12, born about 1898 Wisconsin

Helina? A. Wesle, daughter, age 11, born about 1899 Wisconsin

Herman Wesle, brother, age 49, single, born about 1861 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

SAME PAGE---NEXT FAMILY

Conrad Hoppe, head, age 72, 1st marriage, married 43 years, born about 1838 Germany, parents born Germany, immigrated 1851, naturalized

Henrietta Hoppe, wife, age 61, 1st marriage, married 43 years, 4 children, 4 living, born about 1849 Germany, parents born Germany, immigrated 18?5
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1920 Census Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin

Henry Wesle, head, age 58, widow, born about 1862 Wisconsin, parents born Germany

Frederick C. Wesle, son, age 24, born about 1896 Wisconsin

Emma H. Wesle, daughter, age 22, born about 1898 Wisconsin

Helen A. Wesle, daughter, age 20, born about 1900 Wisconsin
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1920 Census Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin

Herman Wesle, head, age 58, married, born about 1862 Wisconsin, parents born Wittenberg Germany

Ella Wesle, wife, age 36, married, born about 1884 Wisconsin, father born Bohemia, mother born Saxony Germany

Florence Wesle, daughter, age 1 year 0? months, born about 1919 Wisconsin

Anna Hoefner, mother-in-law, age 57, widow, born 1863 Saxony, parents born Saxony, immigrated 1880, naturalized 1893
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1930 Census Bear Valley, San Bernardino County, California

Fred C Wesle, head, age 34, Divorced, born abt 1896 Wisconsin, parents born Wisconsin
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Henry Wesle's brother Herman was still living in Taylor County in 1930, as well as Fred's brother, Walter.
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1870 Census Herman, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin

Conrad Hopp, age 34, born abt 1836 Braunschweig / Brunswick

Henriette Hopp, age 22, born abt 1848 Saxe Weimar

Amanda Hopp, age 3, born abt 1867 Wisconsin

Bertha Hopp, age 1, born abt 1869 Wisconsin
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1880 Census Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin

Conrad Hoppe, self, age 42, born abt 1838 Brunswick, parents born Brunswick

Henrietta Hoppe, wife, age 32, born abt 1848 Saxony, father born Saxony, mother born Mecklenberg

Amanda Hoppe, daughter, age 12, born abt 1868 Wisconsin

Bertha Hoppe, daughter, age 10, born abt 1870 Wisconsin

Albina Hoppe, daughter, age 7, born abt 1873 Wisconsin
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World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record

Name: Fred Conrad Wesle
City: Medford
County: Taylor
State: Wisconsin
Birthplace: Medford, Wisconsin
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1895
Age: 21
Occupation: Farmer
By Whom Employed: By Myself
Where Employed: Town of Molitor
Tall, Medium, or Short: Short
Slender, Medium, or Stout: Medium
Color of Eyes: Brown
Color of Hair: Black
Precinct: Town of Molitor
County: Taylor
Date: June 5, 1918?
Race: Caucasian
Roll: 1674995
DraftBoard: 0
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California Birth Index, 1905-1995

Name Birth Date Gender Mother's Maiden Name Birth County

Carol Arlene Wesle 18 Feb 1937 Female South San Dernardino

Gary Fred Wesle 16 Sep 1939 Male South San Dernardino

Marilynn Diane Wesle 6 Feb 1935 Female Southe San Dernardino


Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 5 Jun 2006 3:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
This might be Henry Wesle's family. If so, then Henry and his brother Herman (twins), seems to be the only 2 children of Anton and his first wife. Maybe she died during childbirth? By the 1870 census, Anton remarried Catherine, who seems to have had some of these children from a previous marriage.
I lost track of Henry in the 1880 census, and then Anton and his family in the 1900 census.
Henry and Herman's ages are off by 2 years in these census' from the 1900 census.

1860 Bear Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Anton Wessle, age 42, born abt 1818 Württemberg

Hermann Wessle, age 2, born abt 1858 Wisconsin

Henry Wessle, age 2, born abt 1858 Wisconsin
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1870 Bear Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Anthony Westley, age 53, born abt 1817 Württemberg / Wurttemberg

Catherine Westley, age 33, born abt 1837 Holstein

Elizabeth Westley, age 13, born abt 1857 Pennsylvania

Joseph Westley, age 11, born abt 1859 Wisconsin

Mary Westley, age 9, born abt 1861 Wisconsin

Frank Westley, age 8, born abt 1862 Wisconsin

Arnold Westley, age 6, born abt 1864 Wisconsin

Herman Westley, age 12, born abt 1858 Wisconsin

Henry Westley, age 12, born abt 1858 Wisconsin
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1880 Bear Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Anton Wesle, self, age 64, born abt 1816 Wirtemburg, parents born Wirtemburg

Catherine Wesle, wife, age 44, born abt 1836 Oldenburg, parents born Oldenburg

Herman Wesle, son, age 22, born abt 1858 Wisconsin

Mary Gelhouse, stepdaughter, age 18, born abt 1862 Wisconsin

Joseph Wesle, son, age 21, born abt 1859 Wisconsin

Arnold Wesle, son, age 16, born abt 1864 Wisconsin

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 5 Jun 2006 4:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Ancestry.com American Civil War Soldiers Record

Name: Conrad Hoppe ,
Residence: Herman, Wisconsin
Enlistment Date: 21 August 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Wisconsin
Unit Numbers: 3079 3079
Service Record: Enlisted as a Wagoner on 21 August 1862
Enlisted in Company C, 27th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 21 August 1862.
Transferred Company C, 27th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 18 June 1864
Transfered in on 18 June 1864.
Mustered out on 08 July 1865
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American Civil War Regiments Record

Regiment: 27th Infantry Regiment WI
Date Mustered: 05 August 1865
Regiment Type: Infantry
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 0
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 22
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 5
Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

Regimental History
Twenty-seventh Infantry
WISCONSIN
(3-YEARS)


Twenty-seventh Infantry. -- Col., Conrad Krez; Lieut.-Cols.,
John J. Brown, Ten Eyck G. Olmsted; Majs., Ten Eyck G.
Olmsted, Charles H. Cunningham.

This regiment was organized at Camp Sigel, Milwaukee, in the fall of 1862 was mustered in March 7, 1863, and left the state March 16 for Columbus, Ky., for garrison duty.

It made an expedition to Cape Girardeau to expel Confederate raiders and was sent to Snyder's bluff in June, for the siege of Vicksburg. It was attached to the 2nd brigade, 3d division, 16th corps, and remained at Snyder's bluff until after the capitulation of Vicksburg.

It then moved to Helena and on Aug. 13 was sent to Little Rock, where it remained until March 1864. It joined Gen. Steele's Camden expedition as part of the 3d brigade, 3rd division, 7th corps; was in a skirmish near the little Missouri river on the march to Camden; took part in the action at Prairie d' Ane; fought at Jenkins' ferry; then returned to Little Rock until Oct. 3 when it was ordered to reinforce Gen. Clayton at Pine Bluff.

It returned to Little Rock on the 22nd and was detailed for railroad guard duty in which it was engaged until Feb. 1865, when it was ordered to New Orleans and assigned to the 3d brigade, 3rd division, 13th army corps. It took position in the trenches before Spanish Fort March 27 and remained there until the evacuation, when it was then sent to McIntosh bluff.

After the surrender of the enemy there it was sent to Mobile and from there to Brazos Santiago, Tex., on June 1. It was mustered out at Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 2, 1865.

Its original strength was 865. Gain by recruits, 328;
substitutes, 3; total, 1,196. Loss by death, 246; missing, 4; desertion, 56; transfer. 57; discharge 248; mustered out 585.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 4, p. 62

Battles Fought

Fought on 06 June 1863.
Fought on 03 April 1864 at Okolona, AR.
Fought on 10 April 1864 at Prairie D'Ann, AR.
Fought on 30 April 1864 at Jenkins' Ferry, AR.
Fought on 21 May 1864 at Pine Bluff, AR.
Fought on 28 March 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 31 March 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 03 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 05 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
Fought on 08 April 1865 at Spanish Fort, AL.
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Also:

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/roster/results.asp?image_id=...

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/roster/
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This seems to be Conrad Hoppe and his father and sister immigrating in 1853


Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Conrad Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 15
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Conrad
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26


Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Fritz Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 56
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Fritz
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record

Name: Bertha Hoppe
Year: 1853
Age: 13
Place: New York
Source Publication Code: 1133.48
Primary Immigrant: Hoppe, Bertha
Source Bibliography: CASSADY, MICHAEL. "Wisconsin-Bound Passengers on Bark Kopler." In Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter, vol. 29:1 (June 1982), p. 26; vol. 29:2 (Sept. 1982), p. 27.
Page: 26

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 5 Jun 2006 4:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
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Our John and Shepard Family Tree
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Researching the following surnames: John, Hamm, Shepard, Shaw



ID: I2447
Name: Henrietta Alwine ISSERSTEDT
Sex: F
Birth: 8 FEB 1849 in Germany
Death: 19 JAN 1929 in Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin
Burial: Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin
Note: Evergreen Cemetery
Note: April 16 1867 Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin
Note: Married Conrad Hoppe
Note: born June 23, 1837 Braunsberg (Braunschweig) Germany
Note: died September 4 1911 Medford
Note:
Note: children:
Note: Amanda b. Feb. 17 1868 d. Feb 25 1911 Medford
Note: m. Dec. 8 1885 in Medford to Henry Wesle
Note: Bertha b. July 21 1869 d. 1949
Note: m. Aug. 27 1903 to M. Andrews
Note: Alwina b. July 8 1873
Note: m. Carl Vesper
Note: Anna b. Jan 23 1883
Note: m. Leon Schaar
Change Date: 17 DEC 2001

Father: Fredrick C. ISSERSTEDT b: 26 FEB 1822 in Saxony, Germany
Mother: Sophia Catharina Willhelmine (Meina) SACHS b: 28 JUN 1820 in Dömitz, Mecklenburg Schwerin, Germany


Marriage 1 Conrad HOPPE
Married:
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Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 5 Jun 2006 4:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
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ID: I2184
Name: Fredrick C. ISSERSTEDT 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: 26 FEB 1822 in Saxony, Germany
Note:
Hasseleben, Sachsen-Weimar, Germany; Sexe Weimar according to
1870 census, Plymouth, WI; or Goethe, Saxony, Germany. Using
census records for age.
3
Census: 1855 Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Immigration: 18 JUN 1855 Hamburg/New York
Note:
Ship Elize Ruehcke, From: Hamburg. See notes for passenger list
details.
4 5 6
Census: 1860 Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Census: 1865 Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Census: 1870 Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Census: 1875 Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Census: 1880 Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Census: 1885 Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note: See census notes for details.
Death: 31 JUL 1898 in Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin 3 7
Burial: 2 AUG 1898 Town Rhine, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
Note:
Zoar Reformed Church Cemetery, Town Rhine. Undertaker: A.
Schna???
3
Occupation: Farmer, Shoemaker
Religion: Lutheran
Note: joan biser
Note: from medford
Note:
Note: has a picture of henrietta and husband and most of children
Note:
Note: According to a maping web site;
Note: Hassleben, Sommerda, Thuringia, Germany
Note: According to a german web site;
Note: Hassleben, Sachsen-Weimar, Eisenach, Thuringen
Emigration: Register Index record; listed in the "J's":
Emigration: 1 /5 Elise Rühcke, Boyson / New York R ald.
Emigration: Iserstedt, Friedr / frau & 3 kin 134
Emigration:
Emigration: Ship leaving Hamburg record:
Emigration: Personen welhe mit dem: Hamburg
Emigration: Schiffe: Elise Rühcke
Emigration: Captain R. Boysen
Emigration: Nach: New York, Mai 1
Emigration: Zu und Vorname und Familie Geburts und Wohnort Landes
Alter
Emigration: Friedr. Iserstedt Vandersleben
Pruessen 33
Emigration: Wilhelmine Iserstedt
34
Emigration: Henriette Iserstedt
6
Emigration: Emilie Iserstedt
5
Emigration: Friedrich Iserstedt
3
Emigration:
Emigration:
Emigration: Arrival in New York record:
Emigration: Ship: Elise Ruehcke
Emigration: From: Hamburg
Emigration: To: New York
Emigration: Arrived: 18 June 1855
Emigration: Passengers Listed as:
Emigration: Iwerstadt, Freiderick 33 M Shoemaker Saxony WI
Emigration: Iwerstadt, Wilhelmina 35 F Unknown Saxony WI
Emigration: Iwerstadt, Andriette 6 F Child Saxony WI
Emigration: Iwerstadt, Emilie 5 F Child Saxony WI
Emigration: Iwerstadt, Fritz 2 M Child Saxony WI
Emigration:
Emigration: Total travel time: 49 days 8 8 6
Census: 1855 census Sheboygan Co., WI details:
Census: Name: Iserstedt, Township: Sheboygan Falls
Census:
Census: 1860 census Sheboygan Co., WI details:
Census: According to the U.S. Census of Wisconsin Index, Reel 79,
Hunters - Janson, 1860
Census: The Isserstadt's are listed, but can not find them on the actual
census microfiche for that year. Ancestry.com states they are on
pg. 354.
Census:
Census: 1865 census Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI details:
Census: pg.2 Iserstaedt, Fred white males: 2 white females: 5
foreign born: 4
Census:
Census: 1870 census Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI details:
Census: Iserstadt, Fred, Age 50, Husband, Farmer, Birthplace Sexe,
Weimar
Census: Iserstadt, Meina, Age 50, Wife, Housewife, Birthplace Sexe,
Weimar
Census: Iserstadt, Emilie, Age 19, Daughter, Birthplace Sexe, Weimar
Census: Iserstadt, Fredrick, Age 18, Son, Birthplace Sexe, Weimar
Census: Iserstadt, Minnie, Age 11, Daughter, Birthplace Wisconsin
Census: Iserstadt, Amanda, Age 14, Daughter, Birthplace Wisconsin
Census: Value of Real Estate: 3000
Census:
Census: 1875 State census, Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
details:
Census: line 3, no page numbers [8]
Census: Fred Isserstaedt white male 2, female 3
Census: line 4, Orin Coon
Census: line 5, Jas Coon
Census:
Census: 1880 census Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI details:
Census: Isserstead, Fred, Age 58, Husband, Farmer, Born in Prussia,
Parents Born Prussia
Census: Isserstead, Willhelmina, Age 60, Wife, Housewife, Born in
Prussia, Parents Born Prussia
Census: Isserstead, Fred, Age 27, Son, Born in Prussia, Parents Born
Prussia
Census: Isserstead, Willhelmina, Age 28, Daughter, Born in Prussia,
Parents Born Prussia
Census:
Census: 1885 State census, Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
details:
Census: line 13
Census: Fred Isserstedt white, male 3, female 1, born US 3 born Germany
1
Death: Zoar Reformed Church Cemetery, Town Rhine -- page 3, row 6
Death: ISSERSTEDT Father, 26 Feb. 1822 - 31 July, 1898, Mutter, Juli
28, 1820 - Aug. 11, 1899. No first names on above headstones or
family monument 9
OBIT: Mr. Friedrich Isserstedt, one of the older settlers in Town
Plymouth, died on Sunday in the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Adam
Kaestner, who lived four miles northeast of here. He had a liver
ailment. He came from the Province of Saxony and had reached the
age of some 77 years. About 44 years ago he came to America with
his family and settled on a farm about three miles northeast of
here. Some years later he sold the farm and moved to Plymouth
where he had a shoe repair shop. Later he bought the farm which
Mr. Adam Kaestner is now working. He is survived by his wife and
four children: Mr. Fred Isserstedt and Mrs. Adam Kaestner, Town
Plymouth, and Mrs. Henriette Hoppe and Emilie Hamm in Medford,
Wis. The funeral was held on Wednesday five miles northeast from
here. 3
Will: I, Frederick C. Isserstedt of the Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan
County, Wisconsin, being seventy six years of age and of sound,
disposing mind, memory and understanding, do make, publish and
declare this my Last Will and Testament, in manner and form as
follows, to wit:-
Will: First- I nominate and appoint Adam Kaestner and Frederick J.
Isserstedt, of the Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan County,
Wisconsin, the Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, and
hereby authorize and empower them to grant, bargain, and sell
any and all real estate which I may die possesed of or which may
come into their hands after my death, whenever they may deem it
necessary or for the best interest of my estate to do so, for
such price and on such terms as they may see fit and proper, and
on such sale or sales to make, execute, acknowledge and deliver
a Deed or Deeds or other conveyances to the purchaser or
purchasers, their heirs or assigns, and to hold the proceeds of
such sale or sales in Trust as hereinafter provided.
Will: Second- I give, devise and bequeth all of my estate, both real
and personal to my said Executors, Adam Koestner and Frederick
J. Isserstedt, in Trust however, for the following purposes and
upon the following conditions, namely:-
Will: To loan out all moneys which may from time to time come into
their hands as such Executors or Trustees during the continuance
of this Trust in such interest bearing securities as they in
their discretion may deem best and advisable for the safety of
my estate, and to collect the interest thereon and on all other
securities coming into their hands as such Executors or Trustees
at the time of my death, the same becomes due and payable, and
to have full control and management of all my real estate, to
collect all rents, income and profit accruing from such real
estate or from any such real estate which may hereafter belong
to my estate, and to pay over to my wife, Wilhelmina Isserstedt,
or to apply and pay ?? for her the same as though they were her
guardians, so much of the money realized from such interest,
rent and profit as may be necessary and proper for her support
and maintenance, care and comfort for and during the time of her
natural life.
Will: The remainder of such interest, rents and profit, if any, not
used for the support and care of my wife, to be added to and
become a part of my estate.
Will: Third- From and immediately after the death of my wife,
Wilhelmina Isserstedt, I direct that my estate be divided into
five equal shares or portions, and I give, devise and bequeath
to each of my children Henrietta Hoppe of Medford, Wisconsin,
Emilie Hamm, of Medford, Wisconsin, Frederick J. Isserstedt and
Wilhelmina Kaestner both of the town of Plymouth, Sheboygan
County, Wisconsin, one of the said shares or portions.
Will: The remaining share or portions I give, devise and bequeath to
Emil Hoffman and Frederick Hoffmann, of Sheboygan County,
Wisconsin, children of my deceased daughter Amanda Hoffman, in
equal shares, but such share to remain in the hands and control
of my said Executors and to be kept invested by them in interest
bearing securities, and as each of said Emil Hoffmann and
Frederick Hoffmann arrive at the age of twenty five (25) years
his share of said share or portion together with accumulated
interest on his share to be paid to him.
Will: In witness whereof I have hereunto set my ???? ?????? this 25th
day of June A.D. 1898.
Will:
Will: (signed) Fredrick Isserstedt (seal)
Will: Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Frederick C.
Isserstedt as and for his last Will and Testament in the
presence of us who at his request and in presence of each other
have hereunto subscribed our names as attesting witnesses.
Will:
Will: George(?) Detling of the City of Sheboygan, Wis.
Will: Val Detling ditto
Will: John M. Detling ditto
HIST: Iserstedt, Alice May 28, 1887, unknown child.
HIST:
HIST: February 11, 2002 email from Jeri Overman, wismouse@cheqnet.net
HIST: Jennifer,
HIST: Sorry to hear about your email problem... Aren't these machines
"wonderful".
HIST: Yes, I believe we did correspond awhile back. Although my life
the past 5 months has been a whirlwind, so maybe I only thought
I wrote back to you! (In Oct. my mother-in-law had surgery on
her shoulder and was then in a nursing home for 5 weeks. Jim and
one of his brother have been doing the bulk of the running and
paperwork. She was only home 3 weeks when she had a ruptured
blood vessel in her stomach and was air lifted to Duluth, MN for
emergancy surgery on that. We're an hour and a half from
Duluth, by car. She wouldn't have survived more than an hour.
In between all of that, our daughter who was very pregnant and
due Dec. 22nd, had her water break and Cody was born on Dec.
6th, by C-section! Thankfully they are both doing well and she
is back to work..... Guess who's watching the little guy????)
HIST: Now that you know most of my life story, I will fill you in on
the information that I have on the Isserstedt's. My information
came from John Maurer from Delavan, WI. He and I are related
through the Kaestner / Maurer families in Sheboygan County. John
has done considerable research of many of these families. I'm
not sure where the following information came from, but most
likely from the German archives.
HIST:
HIST: Friedrich C. Isserstedt
HIST: b. 28 Feb 1822 Hasselleben, Sachsen-Weimar, Germany
HIST: d. 31 Jul 1898 Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI
HIST: buried. 3 Aug 1898 Zoar Cemetery, Town of Rhine, Sheboygan
Co., WI
HIST: m. Germany
HIST: Isabel Wilhelmine Sachs
HIST: b. 28 Jul 1820 Dömitz, Mecklenburg, Germany
HIST: d. 11 Aug 1899 Medford, WI at the home of daughter Emelie Hamm
HIST: buried. 14 Aug 1899 Zoar Cemetery Town of Rhine
HIST: Children: 1. Henriette Alwine
HIST: 2. Emelie Wilhelmine Fredericke
HIST: 3.Frederich John
HIST: 4. Amanda F. L. H.
HIST: 5. Wilhelmina E.
HIST:
HIST: 5. Wilhelmina
HIST: b. 20 May 1859 Town of Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan Co., WI
HIST: m. 16 May 1880 in Town of Plymouth
HIST: Adam Kaestner, son of John S. Kaestner and Phillippina Steitz
HIST: d. 18 May 1935 Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI
HIST: buried. 21 May 1935 Union Cemetery Plymouth, Sheblygan Co.,
WI
HIST: Children:
HIST: 1. Amanda / Arminta b. 27 Feb 1881 Sheboygan Co.
HIST: m. 9 Apr 1901 to Oscar F. Laack (1877 - 1971)
HIST: d. 5 Mar 1969 Plymouth, WI
HIST: Buried Woodlawn Cem. Plymouth
HIST: 6 Children - No information on them
HIST:
HIST: 2. Lydia Amanda
HIST: b. 23 Dec 1884, Sheboygan Co.
HIST: m. 18 Jul 1904
HIST: Will Waterman (1822 - 1970)
HIST: d. 28 Oct 1976 Sheboygan Co. Buried Woodlawn Cem. Plymouth
HIST: 3 Children - No information on them
HIST:
HIST: If you would like any other information, please let me know. I
do have the information on all of the spouses of Friedrich and
Isabel's children and can tie them into the Kaestner family if
you are interested. Are you related and if so, how?
HIST:
HIST: Jeri Overman
Change Date: 16 OCT 2005

Marriage 1 Sophia Catharina Willhelmine (Meina) SACHS b: 28 JUN 1820 in Dömitz, Mecklenburg Schwerin, Germany
Married: ABT 1849 in Germany
Note: Unknown where in Germany at this time.
Note:
Marriages of brides from Sheboygan County GenWeb internet site
URL:
Note: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sheboygan/femi.htm
Note:
Note: Iserstaedt, E. W. Hamm, G. Dec. 20, 1874 5 88-1635
Note: Iserstedt, Henrietta Hoppe, Conrad April 16, 1867 4 59-175
Note: Isserstadt, K. Hoffmann, J. Jan. 14, 1877 5 112-2117
Note: Isserstaedt, W. E. Kaestner, Adam May 16, 1880 5 154-2955
Note: Isserstaedt, W. E. Kessel, Adam May 16, 1880 5 154-2955
Note: Isserstedt, Belle Helmer, Louis June 26, 1907 8 506-3028
Children
Henrietta Alwine ISSERSTEDT b: 8 FEB 1849 in Germany
Emilie Willhelmina Fredericka ISSERSTEDT b: 10 JUL 1850 in Hasselm, Thüringen, Germany
Fredrick (Fritz) John ISSERSTEDT b: 8 MAR 1852 in Goethe, Saxony, Germany
Amanda F. L. H. ISSERSTEDT
Willhelmina (Minnie) E. ISSERSTEDT b: 20 MAY 1859 in Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin

Sources:
Text: Amelia Isserstedt death record volume 8, page 446, (1918)
Register of Deeds Office, Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin.
August 17. 2001
Text: Parents names listed.
Text: Sheboygan County Certificate of Marriage Vol. 5, page 88,
Sheboygan County Register of Deeds Office, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
November 30, 2000
Text: Parents names listed.
Text: Friedrich Isserstedt obituary, The Plymouth Post, Plymouth,
Wisconsin; [reprinted in From Here and There, 17 August 1899,
page 127, Historical Research Center, Inc., Sheboygan Falls,
Wisconsin]. August 26, 2001
Text: Frederick John Isserstedt, declaration of intent, case no.
1940[?] (1918); and petition for naturalization, case no. 1181
(1920); State of Wisconsin Sheboygan County Circuit Court;
UW-Milwaukee Golda Meir Library, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Text: Frederick Isserstedt and family entry; Elise Ruehcke Passenger
Manifest, May 1 1855, page 184(?), numbers 41-45; in Hamburg
Passenger Lists, microfilm #0470838, Family History Library
[FHL], Salt lake City, Utah.
Text: Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, editors, Germans to America
Lists of Passengers Arriving at U. S. Ports, 1850-1855, 67
volumes; (Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, c1988-),
December 1854- December 1855, v9: 284.
Text: Frederick C. Isserstedt Sheboygan County Registration of Death
Vol. 8, no. 486 (stamped) [written and crossed out 289],
Register of Deeds Office, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Text: Frederick Isserstedt and family entry; Auswandererlisten
1850-1934; in Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1855, Bd 8 Direct Lists
1855 Jan-Nov Bd 9-10 Direct Lists 1856 Feb-Dec ; microfilm
#0470838, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah.
February 19, 2002.
Text: Isserstedt, Zoar Reformed Church Cemetery, Town Rhine, page 3,
Historical Research Center, Inc., Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin.

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 12 Sep 2007 3:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: wesle
HI
I am a decendent of Irmal Wesel. This was Fred's sister that died when she was 27 (1926) Are you still researching Wesle's? I have some information on Amanda Hoppe and Henry Wesle. (Fred and Irmas parents) Let me know what you would like and I'll try to help you with information. I'm in Minnesota.
Stacy

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 30 Jun 2008 2:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: WESLE, HOPPE
Yes,hi I am interested in any family of mine....my name is christina wesle, daughter of gary fred wesle & you may email me directly @ fresnofairlady@att.net
Thank you!

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 12 Jul 2012 12:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wesle, Hannas
Stacie
My husband is Irma and Oliver's grandson. His dad is Robert Wesley. Are you part of Betty's family? We lost touch with them after Bob passed away.

Re: Looking for any WESLE relations

Posted: 12 Jul 2012 3:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
I am so excited to hear from you. I am Betty's grandaughter. My father is the baby Betty gave up for adoption when she was 17 yrs old. Betty passed away this year, but I traveled to Arizona several times and met her, and we talked on the phone alot.
I have some photos from her, I put some on ancestry, but I have others. I don't have too much information on Roberts family. Who is your husband? She wanted me to get in touch with someone in Green Bay, but I never did.
Stacy
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