Mary Müller1

F, b. May 1860
     Mary Müller was born in May 1860 at Germany.1,2 She married Johannes Schlicher, son of Johannes Schlicher and Klara Magdalena Munzinger, on 20 October 1877 at Benson, Woodford Co., IL, Eight children born, eight living as of 1900 census

Ten children born to the marriage, nine living as of 1910 census.2,3

Children of Mary Müller and Johannes Schlicher

Citations

  1. [S832] 1880 Federal Census, Woodford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 262, FHL #1254262.
  2. [S835] 1900 Federal Census, Sheridan County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 501; FHL #1240501.
  3. [S834] 1910 Federal Census, Lee County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 410; FHL #1374423.

Michael Müller1

M
     Michael Müller was born Michael MÜLLER kam aus Ohlweiler bei Simmern im Hunsrück.1 He married Maria Eva Munzinger, daughter of Johann Christian Munzinger and Maria Elizabetha Margaretha Niergardt, on 2 August 1746 at Miesau, Palatinate.

Citations

  1. [S36] Hand drawn chart; LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT.

Michael Müller

M
     Michael Müller was born at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate. He married Elisabeth Feick.

Child of Michael Müller and Elisabeth Feick

Michael Müller1

M, b. 28 May 1813
     Michael Müller was born on 28 May 1813 at "Haus Hannikels NM", Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.1 He was the son of Nikolaus Müller and Anna Marie Munzinger.1

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.

Michael Müller1

M
     Michael Müller was the son of Jakob Müller and Sarah Roskopf.1 Michael Müller married Anna Margaretha Dürr, daughter of Friedrich Dürr and Anna Ott, on 24 March 1793 at Rümmingen bei Lörrach, Baden, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S1936] Familysearch "German Marriages", online https://familysearch.org/, source film #1189338.

Nikolaus Müller

M, b. 2 June 1827
     Nikolaus Müller was born on 2 June 1827 at "Haus Hannikels NM", Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.1 He was the son of Nikolaus Müller and Anna Marie Munzinger. Nikolaus Müller married Karoline Munzinger, daughter of Adam Munzinger and Elisabeth Munzinger, on 12 August 1851 at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate. Nikolaus Müller died at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.

Nikolaus Müller

M, b. 26 July 1790, d. 2 September 1855
     Occupation: Landwirt und Königl.Steuereinnehmer in Gerhardsbrunn Nr.23. Nikolaus Müller was born on 26 July 1790 at "Haus Höh Daniels D", Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.1 He was the son of Jakob Müller and Barbara Schneider.1 Nikolaus Müller married Anna Marie Munzinger, daughter of Walter Munzinger and Anna Margaretha Höh, on 24 January 1812 at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate,

Trauzeugen:
1. Michael Höh, 32 Jahre alt, Ackerer in Gerhardsbrunn, Schwager
2. Michael Müller d. Junge, 36 Jahre alt, Ackerer in Gerhardsbrunn, ein Schwager
3. Valentin Höh, 57 Jahre alt, Ackerer in Gerhardsbrunn
4. Valentin Munzinger, 29 Jahre alt, aus Mittelbrunn.1


Nikolaus Müller died on 2 September 1855 at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate, at age 65.1

Children of Nikolaus Müller and Anna Marie Munzinger

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.

Nikolaus Müller

M, b. circa 1786
     Nikolaus Müller was born circa 1786 48 in March, 1834.1 He married Margaretha Pfeiffer.2

Child of Nikolaus Müller and Margaretha Pfeiffer

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.
  2. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.36.

Peter Müller

M
     Peter Müller was born at Hessen Darmstadt, Germany. He immigrated in 1731 to Lancaster Co., PA.1

Child of Peter Müller

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 403.

Rosa Müller1

F, b. 15 February 1833
     Rosa Müller was born on 15 February 1833 at "Haus Hannikels NM", Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.1 She was the daughter of Nikolaus Müller and Anna Marie Munzinger.1

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.

Susanna Eva Müller1

F
     Susanna Eva Müller was the daughter of Johann Abraham Müller. Susanna Eva Müller married Johann Michael Munzinger, son of Philip Munzinger and Anna Margaretha Schneider, on 8 June 1737 at Wiesbach, Palatinate.

Children of Susanna Eva Müller and Johann Michael Munzinger

Citations

  1. [S36] Hand drawn chart; LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT.

Thekla Müller

F, b. 4 March 1834, d. 19 October 1903
     Thekla Müller was born on 4 March 1834 at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate. She was the daughter of Nikolaus Müller and Margaretha Pfeiffer.1 Thekla Müller married Adam Munzinger, son of Valentin Munzinger and Anna Margarethe Munzinger, on 16 June 1853 at Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate. Thekla Müller died on 19 October 1903 at Gerhardsbrunn, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany, at age 69.

Children of Thekla Müller and Adam Munzinger

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.36.

Valentine Müller1

M
     Valentine Müller married Margaretha Reb.1

Child of Valentine Müller and Margaretha Reb

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.13.

Valentine Müller1

M, b. 2 January 1817
     Valentine Müller was born on 2 January 1817 at "Haus Hannikels NM", Gerhardsbrunn, Palatinate.1 He was the son of Nikolaus Müller and Anna Marie Munzinger.1

Citations

  1. [S1296] M. Miller, Gemeinde Gerhardsbrunn Book, p.31.

Bonita Jane Nabholz

F, b. 9 September 1942, d. 29 August 2001
     Bonita Jane Nabholz was also known as "Bonnie". She was born on 9 September 1942 at Vinton, Benton Co., IA. She was the daughter of Jay Wilt Nabholz and Florence Effie Straub. Bonita Jane Nabholz was educated in 1953; Bonita is listed in the 1953 edition of the Shellsburg Consolidaetd High School yearbook. She married Fred Marshe. Bonita Jane Nabholz lived in 1994 at Farmington, San Juan Co., NM. She died on 29 August 2001 at Jacksonville, Duvall Co., FL, at age 58

Obituary -- The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Sunday, 16 Sep 2001; Page 20; (Newspapers.com):

Bonita Jane Nabholz Marche, 58, of Jacksonville, Fla., formerly of Shellsburg; passes away Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Born Sept. 9, 1942, she was the daughter of the late Jay W. and Florence Nabholz of Shellsburg. She was employed in Jacksonville at Shands Hospital Radiology Department.

Survivors include her husband, Fred; two sons, David (Erica) Smith and Mark (Deborah) Smith; two sisters, Vivian (Earl) Smith and Ann (Jim) Holt; grandchildren Jacob, Julia, Austin and Avery; a nephew, Matt Thimmesch; and nieces Jenna Myers and Jayne Thimmesch.


Note: Articles:

The Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; Friday, 30 Jul 1954; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

Carol Reid Queen of Aqua Show at Vinton Swim Pool

VINTON -- Elected by students of the Benton county Red Cross water safety program which will close with an aqua show this Friday night at the Vinton? ? municipal pool, Carol Reid, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Reid of Vinton, will reign as queen of the show together with her four attendants: Bonnie Nabholz, Shellsburg; Carol Fry, Van Horne; Margie Kaestner, Newhall, and Marcia Buch, Luzerne.
......................................................................................"


The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Wednesday, 14 May 1958; Page 43; (Newspapers.com):
[ included Bonnie Nabholz, Shellsburg.]


Numerous high school basketball articles mention Bonnie Nabholz.


The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa); Thursday, 26 May 1960; Page 23; (Newspapers.com):

Select Two Benton Youths For State Camp

Vinton -- Bonnie Nabholz and Tom Bockholt will represent Benton county at the State 4-H Conservation Camp, Aug. 1-5.

The two young people were chosen by the county committee on the basis of their all-around 4-H record and special interest in conservation.

Miss Nabholz, a graduating senior from Shellsburg high school. is in her 7th year of 4-H.

Tom, son of Mrs. Harold Bockholt, Keystone, is a junior at the Keystone High School where he is active in basketball and other activities. Tom is serving currently as the boys' county 4-H president.

Elizabeth Ann Nabholz1

F, b. 2 October 1934, d. 14 July 2003
     Elizabeth Ann Nabholz was also known as "Betty". She was born on 2 October 1934 at Madison, Dane Co., WI.1 She was the daughter of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec.1 Elizabeth Ann Nabholz married Lawrence James Whitlatch on 11 December 1968 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA. Elizabeth Ann Nabholz married Lawrence James Whitlatch on 17 June 1972 at King Co., WA. Elizabeth Ann Nabholz lived in 1980 at Seattle, King Co., WA. She and Lawrence James Whitlatch were divorced on 24 June 1980 at King Co., WA. Elizabeth Ann Nabholz died on 14 July 2003 at age 68

Obituary (Findagrave.com):

MADISON - Elizabeth A. "Betty" Nabholz, age 68, passed away on Monday, July 14, 2003, at her residence.

She was born on Oct. 2, 1934, the daughter of Orvie and Elva (Svec) Nabholz. She was also the step-daughter of the late Henry Droster.

She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers; and a sister.

Interment at Sunset Memory Gardens.

She was buried in July 2003 at Sunset Memory Gardens, Madison, Dane Co., WI, Findagrave #30917297.

Citations

  1. [S3611] 1940 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4468.

Jay Wilt Nabholz1

M, b. 1 January 1906, d. 8 May 1989
     Jay Wilt Nabholz was born on 1 January 1906 at Benton Co., IA.1 He was the son of John George Nabholz and Mary R. Wilt.1 Jay Wilt Nabholz married Florence Effie Straub, daughter of Rev. Albert William Straub and Letta J. Whitmer, on 12 June 1934 at Tipton, Cedar Co., IA,

Quad-City Times (Davenport, Iowa); 14 Jun 1934; Page 12; (Newspapers.com):

Nabholz-Straub

Miss Florence E. Straub, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Straub, Tipton, and J. W. Nabholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Nabholz, were married Tuesday afternoon in the home of the bride's parents. The bride's father read the single ring service, assisted by the Rev. Otis Moore, of the South Bethel Methodist church.

The wedding march, "Bride of the Wind" was played by Miss Eleanor Pfaff, a friend and classmate of the bride. Little Loraine Martin, niece of the bride, was flower girl and carried the ring in the heart of a white lily. The bride was attended by Miss Ruby Welty and Frank Whipple was best man. The bride wore a white satin gown with a veil gathered on each side with orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of pink tea roses, carnations and baby's breath. The bridesmaid wore a flowered chiffon gown with white accessories.

After the ceremony a buffet dinner was served 60 relatives and friends by the Misses Rachel Howard, Eva Bolin and Florence Jorgenson.

The bride is a graduate of the Tipton high school and attended the St. Luke's hospital school of nursing, Cedar Rapids. Mr. Nabholz is a farmer and after a short wedding trip, the new home will be on a farm near Shellsburg.

Jay Wilt Nabholz died on 8 May 1989 at Vinton, Benton Co., IA, at age 83

Obituary -- The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa); Wednesday, 10 May 1989; Page 10; (Newspapers.com):

Jay W. Nabholz

SHELLSBURG -- Services for Jay W. Nabholz, 83, will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Grace Trinity Church, Shellsburg; burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg; he died Monday (May 8) at Virginia Gay Hospital Annex, Vinton, after a lengthy illness; survivors include his wife, Florence; three daughters, Vivian Smith of Council Bluffs, Bonnie Marshe of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and Ann Thimmesch of West Burlington; and five grandchildren; he was preceded in death by two brothers, Orvie and Ray; and a sister, Mamie Fish; friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Phillips Funeral Home, Vinton, where a Masonic memorial service will be at 7:30 p.m. today, and after 9 a.m. Thursday at the church; a memorial fund has been established; Mr. Nabholz was a Benton County farmer for many years, Benton township assessor for many years, served 16 years on the Benton County Board of Supervisors, and was secretary of the Farmers Mutual Telephone Board in Shellsburg for 36 years.


Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Jay Nabholz

Shellsburg-Jay W. Nabholz, 83 died Monday morning, May 8, 1989, at Virginia Gay Annex, in Vinton, where he had been a patient the past four months.

He was born on the farm in Benton Township of Benton County where he had lived all of his life, to John George and Molly (Wilt) Nabholz. June 12, 1934, he married Florence E. Staub at her parents' home in Tipton Iowa.

As an active Benton county farmer, Mr. Nabholz served as Benton Township Accesors for 16 years, and served as secretary on the Farmers Mutual Telephone Board in Shellsburg for 36 years. He was a member of Grace Trinity Church in Shellsburg and the Benton City Masonic Lodge No. 81, A.F. & A.M. of Shellsburg for 50 years having served as past Master and as MI and DI. he was also a member of the El Kahir Shrine & Scottish Rite Consistory of Cedar Rapids.

He is survived by his wife, Florence of Shellsburg; three daughters, Vivian Eileen (Mrs. Earl Smith) of council Bluffs, Bonnie Jean (Mrs. Frederic) Marshe of Jacksonville Beach, Fl, and Ann Thimmesch of West Burlington; and five grandchildren, David and Mark Smith, and Matthew, Jenna and Jayne Thimmesch.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers Orvie and Ray Nabholz; and one sister, Mamie Nabholz Fish.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 11 at Grace Trinity Church in Shellsburg with Rev. Gary Gustafson, church pastor, and Rev. Warren Johnson officiating. Interment will be held at Oakwood Cemetery in Shellsburg.

Friends may call at the Phillips Funeral Home Chapel in vinton from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday where Masonic Services will be held at 7:30 that evening and after 9 a.m. Thursday at the church in Shellsburg.

A memorial fund has been established.

He was buried in May 1989 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #32073017.
Note: Shellsburg News - The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Sunday, 18 Oct 1936; Page 15; (Newspapers.com):

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nabholz entertained Sunday for Mrs. Mina Gilchrist and sons, Paul Nabholz, Jr., Paul Nabholz, Sr., of Walker, and the Rollie Fish family of Shellsburg.

[Note: Jay Nabholz was the brother of Mamie Anita (Nabholz) Fish.]


25th anniversary - The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Sunday, 14 June 1959; Page 39; (Newspapers.com):

Nabholz' To Have Open House Today

SHELLS BUG -- Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Nabholz will have an open house today from 2 to 5 in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary.

The couple have 3 children, Vivian, Bonnie and Ann Nabholz.

Mr. Nabholz, who farms, has served on the Benton county board of supervisors for the last 5 years.


50th Anniversary - Jay Wilt Nabholz & Florence Straub, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Sunday, 03 Jun 1984; Page 50; (Newspapers.com)

Nabholz

SHELLSBURG -- Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Nabholz will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary next Sunday with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Masonic Temple.

Assisting will be the couple's children and spouses: Earl and Vivian Smith, Council Bluffs; Fred and Bonnie Marche, Annabelle, Va; and Mike and Ann Thimmesch, West Burlington.

The former Florence Straub and Mr. Nabholz were married June 12, 1934, in Tipton. They have five grandchildren.


Children of Jay Wilt Nabholz and Florence Effie Straub

Citations

  1. [S3720] 1910 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 391; FHL #1374404.

John George Nabholz

M, b. 15 June 1870, d. 12 January 1955
     John George Nabholz was born on 15 June 1870 at Brandon, Buchanan Co., IA. He was the son of Paul Tobias Nabholz and Sarah A. McFarland. John George Nabholz married Mary R. Wilt, daughter of George W. Wilt and Christina Ann Kitzmiller, on 17 October 1894 at Vinton, Benton Co., IA. John George Nabholz lived on 16 June 1900 at Benton Twp., Benton Co., IA, in the home of his parents in-law, farming.1 He died on 12 January 1955 at Benton Co., IA, at age 84

Obituaries:

The Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; Thursday, 13 JAN 1955, p.11 (Newspapers.com):

JOHN G. NABHOLZ IS DEAD AT VINTON

VINTON -- John G. Nabholz, 84, Benton county farmer, died Wednesday night in the Vinton hospital after a brief illness.

He was born June 15, 1870, on a farm near Brandon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nabholz. He married Mollie Wilt Oct. 17, 1894.

Surviving are four children, Mrs. Rollie Fish, O. E. Nabholz, Ray and Jay, all near Shellsburg; seven brothers and sisters, William and Peter Nabholz, Saskatchewan, Canada; Mrs. Anna Boyd, Sunnyside, Wash; Paul, Walker; Mrs. Mina Gilchrist, Walker; Mrs. Claude Sanders, Vinton; Mrs. Pearl Bissell, Cedar Rapids.

His wife died in 1936 and he was also preceded by one brother and two sisters.

Mr. Nabholz farmed in Benton township all his adult life.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Federated church, with burial in Oakwood cemetery.

The body is at the Fry and Holland funeral home.


(Findagrave.com):

Death Takes John Nabholz, Pioneer Resident of County
John Nabholz


SHELLSBURG --John Nabholz 84 pioneer resident of Benton county, died at six o'clock last evening at the Vinton hospital following a brief illness.

Mr. Nabholz, who lived the last 57 years on the same farm here was born June 15, 1870 on a farm near Brandon. As a young man he worked on farms in the Blairstown and Dysart communities.

Mr. Nabholz married Mary Wilt of Shellsburg Oct 14, 1894, and they farmed on Benton county farms three years before moving onto the farm where he lived until his death. Mrs. Nabholz died Jan 22, 1936

Surviving are four children Mrs. Mayme Fish and O.E. Ray and Jay Nabholz of Shellsburg; several grandchildren and three brothers and four sisters. Will and Pete of Canada and Paul of Walker; Mrs. Claud Sanders of Vinton, Mrs Wayne Bissell of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Mina Gilchrist of Walker and Mrs. Anne King Boyd of Sunnyside Wash., a brother David Nabholz and two sisters, Mrs. Cassie Smouse and Mrs. Mary Thomas preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. L.V. Pardon at the Federated church her Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. The body is at the Fry and Holland funeral home in vinton, where friends may call after tonight and untill 9:00 a.m. Saturday.

He was buried in January 1955 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #43205212.

Children of John George Nabholz and Mary R. Wilt

Citations

  1. [S201] 1900 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 417; FHL #1240417.
  2. [S3720] 1910 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 391; FHL #1374404.

Kenneth Paul Nabholz

M, b. 5 November 1955, d. 17 January 2008
     Kenneth Paul Nabholz was born on 5 November 1955 at Madison, Dane Co., WI. He was the son of Paul LaVerne Nabholz and Shirley Ann Knickmeyer. Kenneth Paul Nabholz died on 17 January 2008 at Madison, Dane Co., WI, at age 52

Obituary -- Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin); Saturday, 19 Jan 2008; Page 28; (Newspapers.com) & The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Saturday, 19 Jan 2008; Page 13; (Newspapers.com):

Nabholz, Kenneth Paul

MCFARLAND?MADISON -- Kenneth Paul Nabholz, age 52, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008, at his sister's home, after a courageous battle with cancer. Surrounded by his loving family, Ken's journey into everlasting life was peaceful. He was born in Madison, on Nov. 5, 1955, to Paul and Shirley (Knickmeyer) Nabholz. Ken was able to work and live in a variety of jobs and places because of his ability to get along well with all those he came in contact with. He was a skilled carpenter while living in Madison, Arizona, and most recently, McFarland. Ken also worked in the maintenance and shipping departments of the University of Wisconsin and UPC Inc., respectively. He will be remembered for his kind heart, wonderful sense of humor, and his loving, easy going nature. Ken was a true friend, wonderful brother and loving son. He was a lifelong Packers fan, win or lose, and was fortunate enough to see his team play at Lambeau field. Ken also believed this was the year they would make it to the Super Bowl. He loved nature and the great outdoors. Ken enjoyed hunting and fishing, much of which he learned from his grandfather. He also spent many summers on his great-uncle's farm, harvesting crops and caring for livestock. Ken is survived by his mother, Shirley (Richard) Thayer of Madison; sisters, Kristy (Gordon) Meicher of Middleton, Vicki Nabholz of Oxnard, Calif., Karen (Mark) Zimmerman of Racine and Sharon Nabholz-Woodford of Finchburg; nieces and nephews, Jenny (Steve) Santek, Cindy and David Meicher, Jake, Zachary and Grant Zimmerman, and Leanna and Megan Woodford; aunt, Audrey Graack; first cousins, Steve, Michael and Scott Nabholz; step-brothers, Timothy, Robert, Thomas and Bill (Missy) Theyer; step-sister, Theresa (David) Brengle; as well as many other relatives and friend. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Nabholz; grandparents, Frank and Jensina Knickmeyer and Henry and Alva Droster; uncle, Stephen Nabholz; aunts, Mildred Blake and Elizabeth Nabholz; and nephew, Brandon Zimmerman. Funeral services will be held at ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 2165 Linden Ave., Madison, at noon on Monday, Jan. 21, 2008, with the Rev. Patrick Siegler presiding. Visitation will be at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. Burial will be at Roselawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church or HospiceCare Inc. The family wishes to thank the staff of HospiceCare, Their skilled, empathetic care and kindness was greatly appreciated by Ken and his family. "May you always walk in sunshine and God's love around you flow. For the happiness you gave us, no one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone. A part of us went with you the day God took you home," "Forever in our hearts."

Gunderson East Funeral & Cremation Centers, 5203 Mono a Drive.

He was buried in January 2008 at Roselawn Memorial Park, Monona, Dane Co., WI, Findagrave #133399753.
Note: Did not marry.

Mamie Anita Nabholz

F, b. August 1895, d. 6 September 1956
     Mamie Anita Nabholz was born in August 1895 at Benton Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of John George Nabholz and Mary R. Wilt. Mamie Anita Nabholz married Rollie Lee Fish, son of Jacob I. Fish and Mary L. Snyder, on 1 October 1919 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Cousins, Mamie Nabholz & William Earl Johnson, married siblings, Rollie Lee Fish & Sylvia Fish. Mamie Anita Nabholz died on 6 September 1956 at Vinton, Benton Co., IA, at age 61 Obituary -- The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Friday, 7 SEP 1956, p.26 (Newspapers.com):

Mrs. Rollie Fish, 61, Died; Rites Sunday

SHELLSBURG -- Mrs. Rollie Fish, 61, a lifelong resident of Shellsburg, died Thursday in a Vinton hospital following an illness of several years.

She was married on Oct. 1, 1919. Surviving are her husband; three sons, Orville, of Shellsburg; Myron, of Vinton, and Raymond, of Center Point; seven grandchildren, and three brothers, O. E., Ray, and Jay Nabholz, all of Shellsburg.

Mrs. Fish was a member of the Oak Grove Christian church, where funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Oak Ridge(sic) cemetery. The body is at the Fry-Holland funeral home, Vinton.


The Courier, Waterloo, Iowa; Friday, 07 September 1956; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

DIES IN BENTON

VINTON (CNS) -- Mrs. Rollie Fish, 61, of Oak Grove Community east of here, died Thursday at a Vinton hospital after a long illness. Surviving are her husband; three sons, Orville, Shellsburg; Myron, Venton, and Raymond, Center point. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Oakwood cemetery near Shellsburg. The body is at the Fry & Holland Funeral Home.

She was buried in 1956 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #147095526.

Children of Mamie Anita Nabholz and Rollie Lee Fish

Citations

  1. [S3720] 1910 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 391; FHL #1374404.

Margaret Carol Nabholz

F, b. 1946, d. 12 October 1957
     Margaret Carol Nabholz was born in 1946. She was the daughter of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Margaret T. Taylor. Margaret Carol Nabholz died on 12 October 1957 at St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA,

Funeral notice -- The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa); Monday, 14 October1957; Page 7; (Newspapers.com):

SHELLSBURG -- Funeral services will be at 10 a. m. Tuesday at the Federated church for Margaret Carol Nabholz, 10, who died Saturday in St. Luke's hospital, Cedar Rapids, after a brief illness; burial will be in Oakwood cemetery near Shellsburg; survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Nabholz, and brother, Richard; friends may call at the Fry-Holland funeral home, Vinton, Monday evening.

She was buried in 1957 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #43205435.

Mary LaVonne Nabholz

F, b. 25 December 1930, d. 18 May 1931
     Mary LaVonne Nabholz was born on 25 December 1930 at Madison, Dane Co., WI, Birth announcement:

The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Friday, 02 Jan 1931; Page 18; (Newspapers.com):

Born on Christmas day to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Nabholz of Madison, Wis., a daughter, Mary LaVonne. Mrs. Nabholz was formerly Miss Alva Svec, of Cedar Rapids.

She was the daughter of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec. Mary LaVonne Nabholz died on 18 May 1931 at Madison, Dane Co., WI,

Death notice -- Wisconsin State Journal, (Madison, Wisconsin); Monday, 18 May 1931; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

Death Wins Race to Hospital With Baby

Mary LaVonne Napholz (sic), daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Napholz (sic), 117 North Sixth street, died in her mother's arms today as she was being taken to a Madison hospital. The body was taken to the Schroeder funeral home pending funeral arrangements. Besides her parents, the child is survived by a sister, Mildred, and a brother, Stephen.

Mildred June Nabholz

F, b. 5 July 1920, d. 24 September 1996
     Mildred June Nabholz was born on 5 July 1920 at Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec. Mildred June Nabholz married Robert Lincoln Blake, son of Henry Robert Blake and Mary O'Connor, on 3 September 1940 at Maquoketa, Jackson Co., IA, The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 05 Sep 1940; Page 15; (Newspapers.com):

MRS. ROBERT BLAKE

Mrs. Henry Droster, 122 N. Sixth st., announces the recent marriage of her daughter, Mildred Nabholz Droster, to Robert L. Blake, son of Mrs. Gust Pirkl, rt.1.

Mildred June Nabholz married Russell Franklin Blake on 6 August 1952. Mildred June Nabholz and Russell Franklin Blake were divorced in September 1959 at Madison, Dane Co., WI. Mildred June Nabholz died on 24 September 1996 at Blue Mounds, Dane Co., WI, at age 76

Obituary (Findagrave.com):

Wisconsin State Journal, Friday, September 27, 1996; page 4A; (Find A Grave; Internet):

Mildred June Blake

BLUE MOUNDS, WISCONSIN - Mildred June Blake, 76, died Tuesday, September 24, 1996 at her Blue Mounds, Wisconsin home. She was born July 5, 1920 at Shellsburg, Iowa, to Orvie (Jack) and Alva Nabholz and graduated from East High School, Madison, Wisconsin. On September 3, 1940, Mildred married Robert L. Blake and August 6, 1952 married Russell Blake. She did domestic work and waitress work, and from 1972 to 1982 was the owner of Millie's Blue Mounds Inn. Survivors are three daughters, Judie, Donna and Roberta; a son, Benjamin R; a sister, Elizabeth Nabholz of Madison; ten grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; and one great-greatgrandchild. She was preceded in death by her two husbands, Robert, who died December 2, 1950 and her husband, Russell; her parents; her stepfather, Henry Droster; two brothers, Stephen and Paul Nabholz; and a sister, Mary LaVonne in infancy. Funeral services will be Saturday September 28, 1996 at 10:00 a.m. at the ELLESTAD FUNERAL HOME, Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin.

She was buried in September 1996 at Resurrection Cemetery, Madison, Dane Co., WI, Findagrave #142219977.

Children of Mildred June Nabholz and Robert Lincoln Blake

Citations

  1. [S3611] 1940 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4468.

Orvie Everett Nabholz

M, b. 20 January 1897, d. 7 February 1974
     Orvie Everett Nabholz was also known as "Jack". He was born on 20 January 1897 at Urbana, Linn Co., IA. He was the son of John George Nabholz and Mary R. Wilt. Orvie Everett Nabholz married Rose Alva Svec, daughter of Stephan W. Svec and Elizabeth A. Busek, on 14 August 1919 at the home of the bride's parents, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA. Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec were divorced before April 1940. Orvie Everett Nabholz married Margaret T. Taylor, daughter of Thomas Edward Taylor and Gladys May Head, on 24 June 1944 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA. Orvie Everett Nabholz died on 7 February 1974 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, at age 77

Obituary -- The Gazette, (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Saturday, 09 February 1974; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

Services Monday for O. E. 'Jack' Nabholz

SHELLSBURG -- O. E. "Jack" Nabholz, 77, a former resident of Shellsburg who moved to Indianola upon retirement in 1962, died Thursday night in a Des Moines hospital.

Born Jan, 20, 1897, in Linn county, he was married to Madge Taylor June 24, 1944, in Cedar Rapids. He was a veteran of World war I and a member of the Shellsburg Legion post. He was purchasing agent for LeFebure in Cedar Rapids for 43 years.

Survivors include his wife; a son Richard of South Bend, Ind; and a brother, Jay W. of Shellsburg.

Services: Monday at 10 a.m. in Overton funeral home, Indianola. Graveside services: Monday at 1:30 p.m., Shellsburg-Oakwood cemetery. A memorial fund has been established.

He was buried on 11 February 1974 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #32067947.

Children of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec

Child of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Margaret T. Taylor

Citations

  1. [S3611] 1940 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4468.

Paul LaVerne Nabholz1

M, b. 8 September 1932, d. 14 April 1980
     Paul LaVerne Nabholz was born on 8 September 1932 at Madison, Dane Co., WI.1 He was the son of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec.1 Paul LaVerne Nabholz married Shirley Ann Knickmeyer, daughter of Frank B. Knickmeyer and Jensina Aaroen, on 18 July 1953 at Madison, Dane Co., WI; The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 23 Jul 1953; Page 10; (Newspapers.com):

Miss Shirley Ann Knickmeyer and Paul LaVerne Nabholz were united in marriage Saturday in Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church before an alter decorated with white daisies in heart-shaped arrangements, centered with pink gladioli.

The son of the Henty Drosters, 1730 Sheridan St., claimed his bride before the Rev. F. Paul Splett. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knickmeyer, 165 Jackson St.

The bride's Spanish lace bodice with off-the-shoulder neckline was complemented with a lace paneled tulle skirt and train. Spanish lace also decorated her fingertip nylon tulle veil, and red roses surrounded a white orchid on her white Bible.

The maid of honor, Miss Darlene Zick, the bride's cousin, donned a white eyelet jacket over her white net over pink taffeta gown. Her white bonnet tied with a pink bow. Yellow roses formed her bouquet. White over yellow was worn by the bridesmaids, Misses Delores Bradley and Phyllis Amera. They carried pink roses.

Stephen J. Nabholz was his brother's best man, and guests were seated by Eugene Radke and Darrell Nelson.

A 6 o'clock dinner for 25 guests at Leske's Steak House followed the reception for 300 guests from 3 to 5 p.m. at the East Side Business Men's Clubhouse. Assistants were Misses Virginia Scheer, Marlene Aaroen, Gertrude Monson, Rita Day, and Barbara Frank.

The bride's mother appeared in a pink shadow lace dress with navy accessories. Mrs. Nabholz was present in a pale green and white dress.

The bride changed into a pale green suit with white accents for her wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin.

After July 26, they will be at home at 834 Jenifer St.


NOTE: After Paul's death, Shirley remarried to Richard George Thayer on 10 AUG 1986 in Madison, Dane Coounty, WI.

Paul LaVerne Nabholz died on 14 April 1980 at Madison, Dane Co., WI, at age 47

Obituary -- The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Tuesday, 15 April 1980; Page 3; (Newspapers.com):? ?
& Wisconsin State Journal, Wednesday, April 16, 1980, Sec. 4, page 7; (Findagrave.com):

MADISON — Paul L. Nabholz, age 47, of 1810 Elka Ln., Madison died on Monday, April 14, 1980, at his home. He was born Sept. 8, 1932 in Madison and was a Loan Officer for the Security Marine Bank where he worked for 27 years. Mr. Nabholz was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife the former Shirley Knikmeyer; four daughters, Kristy Melcher of Rosco, IL., Vicki LaBrosse of Madison, Karen and Sharon both of Madison; a son, Kenneth of Madison and a granddaughter, two sister, Mildred Blake of Blue Mounds, WI., Elizabeth Whitlatch of Seattle, Washington. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother, Stephen. Funeral services will be held at Zion Lutheran Church, 2165 Linden Ave., at 1:30 on Thursday, April 17. Rev. James Niederloh will officiate. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park.


Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 17 Apr 1980; Page 14; (Newspapers.com):

Funerals

Paul L. Nabholz, 1:30 p.m., Zion American Lutheran Church, 2165 Linden Ave.

He was buried in April 1980 at Roselawn Memorial Park, Monona, Dane Co., WI, Findagrave #142219057.

Child of Paul LaVerne Nabholz and Shirley Ann Knickmeyer

Citations

  1. [S3611] 1940 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4468.

Paul Tobias Nabholz

M, b. 1841, d. 1939
     Paul Tobias Nabholz was born in 1841. He married Sarah A. McFarland. Paul Tobias Nabholz died in 1939. He was buried in 1939 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #36091215.

Child of Paul Tobias Nabholz and Sarah A. McFarland

Ray Albert Nabholz1

M, b. 7 January 1904, d. 7 November 1968
     Ray Albert Nabholz was born on 7 January 1904 at Iowa.1 He was the son of John George Nabholz and Mary R. Wilt.1
Note: Owned 91 acres in Canton Twp., Benton County. Ray Albert Nabholz began military service WW II service. He died on 7 November 1968 at Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, at age 64. He was buried in November 1968 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #43205127.

Citations

  1. [S3720] 1910 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 391; FHL #1374404.

Stephen John Nabholz

M, b. 22 April 1923, d. 5 March 1980
     Stephen John Nabholz was born on 22 April 1923 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA.1 He was the son of Orvie Everett Nabholz and Rose Alva Svec. Stephen John Nabholz began military service on 16 February 1943 WW II service, U.S. Army, enlisted, discharged 16 APR 1946

The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Sunday, 14 February 1943; Page 4; (Newspapers.com):

2 Draft Boards Call 186 Men To Army, Navy
Selectees are to Report on Tuesday


[ included Stephen J. Nabholz]


Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin); Sunday, 31 Oct 1943; Page 10; (Newspapers.com):

Nabholz a Cadet
Pvt. Stephen Nabholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Droster, 122 N. Sixth st., who has been on furlough in Madison, has returned to Camp McCain, Grenada, Miss., where he will begin training as an aviation cadet. Pvt. Nabholz was with the army infantry before recently being transferred to the air corps.


The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Wednesday, 10 April 1946; Page 4; (Newspapers.com)

Our Men in service

Due In New York

S/Sgt. Stephen J. Nabholz, 122 N. Sixth st., was scheduled to dock in New York Tuesday aboard the Pittstown Victory.


The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 18 April 1946; Page 21; (Newspapers.com):

27 Local, Area Men Discharged

A total of 27 Madison and area men were discharged from the army at Camp McCoy recently. They are.

[included S/Sgt. Stephen Nabholz.]

He married Audrey Laverne Olson, daughter of Tilda G. Nelson, before 1945, ; Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, WI, Tuesday, 6 JUL 1943, p.8:

Announcement is made by Mrs. Tillie Ellis, Madison, of the engagement of her daughter, Audrey Olson, to Stephen Nabholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Droster, Madison. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Mr. Nabholz is stationed at Camp McCain, Miss., and recently was home on a furlough.


NOTE: After Stephen's death in 1980, Audrey remarried to Donald Otto Graack (1922 - 1996) in 1984 at Clark County, NV.

Occupation: Vice-president , Fish and Schulkamp Insurance agents (1971); Employed by Cowan Insurance Agency (1980.) Stephen John Nabholz died on 5 March 1980 at Madison, Dane Co., WI, at age 56

Obituary -- The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 06 Mar 1980; Page 3; (Newspapers.com) & Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday,06 Mar 1980; Page 29; (Newspapers.com):

MONONA/MADISON — Stephen J. Nabholz, age 56, of 5314 Winnequah Road died on Wednesday, March 5, 1980, in a Madison hospital after a brief illness. Born on April 22, 1923, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, he had been an area resident most of his life. He was employed by the Cowan Insurance Agency. He was a member of the VFW Post 1318 and of the Eastside Businessman's Association. Survivors are his wife, Audrey; three sons, Stephen II, Michael, and Scott; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Blake of Blue Mounds and Mrs. Elizabeth Whitlotch of Seattle, Washington; a brother, Paul Nabholz of Madison; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the SCHROEDER FUNERAL HOME at 3325 East Washington Avenue with the Reverend James Niederloh officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park.

He was buried in March 1980 at Roselawn Memorial Park, Monona, Dane Co., WI, Findagrave #142219107.
Note: Articles:

Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois); Sunday, 11 May 1969; Page 14; (Newspapers.com)

[Photo Caption]:

Hippie Hunter
Stephen Nabholz of Madison, Wis., threatened to use his bat on any hippies who tried to disrupt military parade near Madison's hippy colony. There were no incidents,


The Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio); Sunday, 11 May 1969; Page 2; (Newspapers.com);

[Photo Caption]:

Hippies watch out, warned Stephen J. Nabholz, World War II veteran who was ready with a baseball bat to chase any Madison, Wis., hippie colony residents who intended to halt the Armed Forces Day Parade. The Saturday parade was uneventful. --AP


Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin); Sunday, 11 May 1969; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

Armed Forces Day parade Troops Off Without Incident

The Armed Forces Day parade trooped off without incident Saturday morning under cloudy skies before a light turnout of spectators in chilly 53-degree weather.

The parade, brightened by blue-clad "Flight Angels," a group of University of Wisconsin co-eds affiliated with the Air Force ROTC, began and ended within two blocks of the troubled Mifflin-Bassett St. area.

The parade route was changed to avoid the area after student residents protested.

MORE THAN 1,000 Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine, and Coast Guard reservists, marching and in jeeps and SeaBee vehicles, circled the Capital Square in the scheduled 20 minutes, starting at 11 a.m.

A few sprinkles fell during the proceedings as Mayor William D. Dyke and military dignitaries watched from the Wisconsin Ave. reviewing stand.

The 132nd Red Arrow Army national Guard Band, led by CWO Frederick Mott, played as the troops passed in review and veterans and youngsters in the crowd saluted the colors.

SOME CITY officials and Mifflin community residents had expressed fears over possible clashes between the reservists and the students, but no difficulties developed.

One young man walked around the sidewalk of the Capitol Square with makeshift bandages and a white cape with the words in red, "Americans have died for you Commies."

Stephen J. Nabholz, 5324 Winnequah Rd., Monona, and about a half-dozen others attended the parade with baseball bats.

A World War veteran, Nabholz said his oldest son was one of those arrested during the Mifflin area disturbances last week.

"If any of those clowns started anything, I would have protected myself," he said. "If they would have gotten out of line, I would have clubbed them."

There were no incidents.

About 500 University ROTC cadets and midshipmen, earlier, participated in the annual review and awards ceremonies at Camp Randall. Awards were given to 61 students.


The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin); Thursday, 12 Jul 1973; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

$1 Million to Charities

(Summary): The $1.4 million estate left by Arthur W. Schulkamp, a Madison insurance executive, was left to colleges, churches, charities, relatives, and friends. Stephen Nabholz, 5314 Winnequah Rd., a friend, received $5,000.

Citations

  1. [S3611] 1940 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4468.

Vivian Eileen Nabholz

F, b. 21 June 1937, d. 26 October 2006
     Vivian Eileen Nabholz was born on 21 June 1937 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA. She was the daughter of Jay Wilt Nabholz and Florence Effie Straub. Vivian Eileen Nabholz lived between 1984 and 1989 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA. She lived between 1996 and 2002 at Crystal, Montcalm Co., MI. She died on 26 October 2006 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, at age 69

OBITUARY - Belle Plain Union; October 30, 2006; (Internet):

Vivian E. Nabholz Smith, 69, died Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006, in Living Center East, Cedar Rapids, following an extended illness. Services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Grace Trinity Chruch, Shellsburg, by the Rev. Glen High. Burial: Oakwood Cemetery. Visitation: 9 a.m. to service time Saturday at the church. Arrangements are with Phillips Funeral Home in Vinton.

Vivian was born June 21, 1937, in Cedar Rapids, to Jay and Florence (Straub) Nabholz of Marion.

She is survived by her sister, Ann (James) Holt; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Vonita (sic) Marsh.

She was buried in 2006 at Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #32072998.

Beulah Nace1

F, b. 17 October 1922
     Beulah Nace was born on 17 October 1922 at Franconia, Montgomery Co., PA.1 She was the daughter of Horace Nace and Lydia B. Price.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 256.