**HAAS, Hazel P. (Turner)
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HAAS, Jacqueline Marie
b. 6 Mar 1961
d. 17 Feb 2009 Newton, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, February 19, 2009
TULSA, Okla. - Jacqueline Marie "Jackie" Haas, 47, died Feb. 17, 2009, at the home of her aunt in North Newton. Born on March 6, 1961, the daughter of Vernon and Patricia Breit Haas. Survivors include: her father, Vernon Haas; one brother, Robert Haas; two sisters, JoAn Price and Francie Young; aunt Joan Breit; and her longtime companion Larry Gullette
HAAS, Jacqueline Marie
b. 6 March 1961 - Hays, Kansas
d. 17 Feb 2009 - Newton, Kansas
From Newton Kansan - Friday, February 20, 2009
TULSA, Okla. — Jacqueline Marie “Jackie” Haas, 47, of Tulsa, Okla., died Tuesday (Feb. 17, 2009) at the home of her aunt in North Newton. Born on March 6, 1961, in Hays, the daughter of Vernon and Patricia Breit Haas. Survivors include her father, Vernon Haas of Fort Morgan, Colo.; one brother, Robert Haas of Loveland, Colo.; two sisters, JoAn Price of Leesburg, Va., and Francie Young of Fort Morgan; her aunt, Joan Breit of North Newton; and her longtime companion, Larry Gullette. Preceded in death by her mother.
**HAAS, Marcella Mae (Keefer)
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b. 6 Dec 1919 - Antonino, Kansas
d. 18 Apr 2009 - Hays, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Philomena Pfannenstiel, 89, Hays, died Saturday, April 18, 2009. Born Dec. 6, 1919, in Antonino, to Michael and Catherine (Ruder) Haas Jr. Married IGNATIIUS PFANNESTIEL. Preceded her in death Oct. 30, 1972. Survivors include four sons, Ronald F. and wife, Donna, Schoenchen, James Lee and wife, Corazon, Castro Valley, Calif., Joseph Michael and wife, Sheila, McPherson, and Richard and wife, Susan, Oakley; three daughters, Patricia Lowe and husband, Ronald Lee, Pflugerville, Texas, Joan Zamrzla and husband, Eugene Edward, Wilson, and Mary Ellen Link, Neosho, Mo.; 22 grandchildren; 55 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by three brothers; and seven sisters.
HAAS, Ray W.
b. 2 Jan 1913 - Nickerson, Kansas
d. 14 Jan 2009 - Hutchinson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, January 17, 2009
Ray W. Haas, Major, U.S. Army Retired, 96, died Jan. 14, 2009. Born Jan. 2, 1913, in Nickerson to Christoph and Josey Miller Haas. Married BETH RATHBUN. She died January 28, 2006. Survivors include: two sister-in-laws; Evelyn Thompson and Margie Eikleberry, both of Hutchinson; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, wife and two brothers and two sisters.
HAASE, William F.
b. 17 Nov 1918 - Natoma, Kansas
d. 13 Feb 2009 - Great Bend, Kansas
From Great Bend (Kan) Tribune - Sunday, February 15, 2009
William F. “Bill” Haase, Jr., 90, passed away Feb. 13 (2009) at the Great Bend Health & Rehabilitation Center in Great Bend. Born Nov. 17, 1918, in Natoma, the son of William F. Haase, Sr. and Madge Artz.
Married LEONA FORGUE . She survives. Other survivors include three daughters, Renee and husband Ed Johnson of Great Bend, Suzanne and husband Marv Hachmeister of Kansas City, Mo., and Colette and husband Doug Langley of Mesa, Ariz.; and a grandson Ash Hachmeister of Phoenix, Ariz. Preceded in death by his parents, brother James Haase and a sister Louise Swidzinski.
HAFF, Peter Frank
b. 10 May 1883 - Russia
d. 13 Sep 1956 - Bismarck, North Dakota
From Bismarck Tribune, Friday 14 Sep 1956
Peter Frank Haff, 73, Mandan, Thursday. A native of Russia, Mr. Haff was, born May 10, 1883, the son of Peter and Elizabeth Schilling Haff. He came to this country in 1901. Married Ottilia Ferderer. She died Oct. 4, 1953. Three daughters, Elizabeth, Madeline and Margaret and one son, Frank, preceded him in death. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. John (Minnie) Leingang, Fort Yates; Mrs. Tony (Caroline) Leingang, Solen; and Mrs. Edward (Tillie) Ulrich, Elgin; three sons, Carl and Andrew, Cannon Ball and Peter, Jr., Selby, S.D., and 16 grandchildren.
**HAFFNER, Esther Marie (Schlick)
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HAFFNER, Imogene Lorraine
b. 27 Aug 1920 - Hall Summitt
d. 24 Jan 2009 - Dodge City, Kansas
From Wichita Eagle - Sunday, February 1, 2009
DODGE CITY - Haffner, Imogene Lorraine (Hap), 88, died Saturday, January 24, 2009. Born on August 27, 1920 at Hall Summitt, the daughter of Rollie and Essie (Earnshaw) Haffner. Survived by her sister, Maryann VanSickle and husband Bud of Wichita; two nieces, Suzanne Eastman and husband Ron of Andover and Julie Cramm and husband Paul of Overland Park; two great nephews; Bryce Eastman and Alex Eastman both of Andover; and close friend, Jane Gregg of the home. Preceded in death by her parents.
HAFFNER, Lizzie N
b. 29 Apr 1901 - Omega, Oklahoma
d. 1990 - Okeene, Oklahoma
From Information Received
JANTZEN, LIZZIE (HAFFNER) 1901-1990 - OKEENE - Lizzie Jantzen, 89, died Saturday at Okeene, Oklahoma. Born April 29, 1901 near Omega, Oklahoma to Frederick and Marie (Nusz) Haffner. Married DAVID J. JANTZEN. Preceded in death by her husband, one sister, and two grandsons. Surviving are one daughter, Mary Helen Osmus of Hitchcock, Oklahoma ; one sister, Hannah Stricker of Okeene, Oklahoma; Four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
HAFFNER, Ray A.
b. 11 Jul 1926 - Quinter, Kansas
d. 1 Mar 2009
From Salina Journal - Tuesday, March 3, 2009
HOXIE -- Ray A. Haffner, 82, died Sunday, March 1, 2009. Born July 11, 1926, in Quinter to John and Frances (Lang) Haffner. Preceded in death: wife, Marie. Survivors: sons, Tony, Pat and Dan, all of Hoxie, and Don, Junction City; daughters, Joan Haffner, Summit, Mo., Jean Drennan, Leawood, Jane Haffner, Hoxie, and Judy Ochs, Park; brother, John, Newton; sisters, Mary Rohling, Nickerson, Elizabeth Miller, Hays, Jennie Eberle, Oakley, and Annie Albers, Selden; 11 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
b. abt 1929
d. 29 Dec 2008
From Wichita Eagle - Friday, January 2, 2009
Sauer, Rose, 79, passed away Dec. 29, 2008. Survivors: husband, Constantine, sons: Gary (Debbie), Kenneth (Debbie), all of Wichita, daughters: Shelley (Greg) Regier of Marion, Kan., Crystal (Emilio Jr.) Caire of Wichita, brothers: Nick Haffner, George Haffner both of Park, Kan.; 8 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
HAFLIGER, William Robert
b. 24 Nov 1932
d. 18 Jan 2009 - WaKeeney, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, January 20, 2009
WAKEENEY - William "Bill" Robert Hafliger, 76, died Jan. 18, 2009. Born Nov. 24, 1932. Married VIRGINIA SHERFICK. She survives. Other survivors include: son, Robert; daughters, Colleen Wedermyer, Connie Bobbitt and Sharon Hafliger; brothers, John and Fred Raymond; sisters, Clara Stoppel, Joan Stoppel and Fern Clark; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild
b. 28 Jun 1944 - Harvey, North Dakota
d. 10 Nov 2008 - Carrington - North Dakota
From Carrington ND Foster Co. Independent
Gary Hafner, 64, Sykeston, ND, died No¬vember 10, 2008. Gary Hafner, son of Joe and Margie (Luken¬bach) Hafner, was born June 28, 1944, at Harvey, ND. Married GLORIA JEAN KAUTZMAN. He is survived by his wife, Gloria; his father, Joe Hafner, Carrington; his daughter, Tammy (Mike) Stevens, Amenia, ND and his son, Todd (Me¬lissa) Hafner, Sykeston; five grandchildren and his sister, Sheila (Vernon) Hoyt of McHenry. Gary was preceded in death by his mother, Margie.
**HAGEL, Elizabeth Francis (Pfliger)
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b. 19 Mar 1890 - Russia
d. 30 May 1955
From Bismarck Tribune, Tuesday 31 May 1955
CENTE - Jacob Hagel, 65, Center, retired local mine operator, died Monday. Born March 19, 1890, in Russia the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hagel. Married CHRISTINA MOSBRUCKER Note: the remainder of the microfilm copy is not legible.
HAGEL, John H.
b. 3 Jun 1920 - Richardton, North Dakota
d. 19 May 1946 - Bridger
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 22 May 1946
John H. Hagel, 25, of Fromberg, was killed early Sunday in an auto accident north of Bridger. Born in Richardton, N.D., June 3, 1920. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are six sisters, Mrs. Andrew Bender of Fromberg, Mrs. Paul Reichert of Billings, Mrs. Leonard Knight of Butte, Mrs. William Lambrecht of Billings, and a brother, George Hagel of Fromberg
b. 10 Jan 1893 - Russia
d. 12 Jun 1952 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 14 Jun 1952
Matt Hagel, 59, died Thursday. Born Jan. 10, 1893 in Russia, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagel. Married MISS MARGARET LORAN. Survived by his wife and a son, George J. Hagel of Fromberg; six daughters, Mrs. Andrew Bender of Fromberg, Mrs. Paul Reichert of 3114 Fifth avenue south, Mrs. Mike Milohov of Huntley, Mrs. William Lambrecht of the Cook avenue veterans housing project, Mrs. James Kenney of 819 North Twenty-sixth street and Miss Emily Dorothy Hagel at home; two brothers, Martin Hagel and Nick Hagel of Fromberg and 17 grandchildren.
b. 16 Nov 1886 - Odessa, Russia
d. 23 Aug 1971- St. John's Nursing Home
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 24 Aug 1971
Mrs. Rose Schaff, 84, died Monday morning . Born Nov. 16, 1886, in Odessa, Russia, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagel. While in Russia in 1907, she was married to RAPHAEL DAUM. He died on June 9, 1931. Married to ALEX SCHAFF. He died in 1946. Survivors include four sons, Jacob Daum of Grass Range, Tony Daum of Cottonwood, Calif., George Daum of Anaconda and John Daum of Thermopolis, Wyo.; six daughters, Mrs. Ralph Kilwein of Edgar, Mrs. Earl Taylor of 3416 6th Ave. S., Mrs. Tony Schaff of Bowman, N.D., and Mrs. Donald Hart of 4444 Vaughn Lane, Mrs. Lee Morgan of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Victor Schaff of Thermopolis, Wyo., 59 grandchildren; 83 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
**HALL, Adelia (Olheiser)
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b. 22 Jan 1870 - Russia
d. 19 Aug 1949 - Fromberg
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 20 Aug 1949
Haman, John 1870-1949 - John Haman, Sr., 79, died Friday (Aug. 19). Born in Russia, Jan. 22, 1870.
Married FRANCES DUKART. Surviving are the widow; three sons, Valentine Haman of Billings, Emanuel Haman of Great Falls and John Haman, Jr., of Fromberg; three daughters, Mrs. Jack Wolfe of Dickinson ND, Mrs. Pauline Sinner of Riverton WY, and Mrs. Lena Schleining of Fromberg, 23 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
b. 31 Oct 1905 - Richardton, North Dakota
d. 22 Nov 1955 - Richardton, North Dakota
From Dickinson Press, Wednesday 30 Nov 1955
Hamann, Carl 1905-1955 - Carl Hamann, 50, Richardton died Tuesday, Nov. 22 (1955). His parents were Fred and Anna Grimm Hamann, born at Richardton, Oct. 31, 1905. Married MAGDALENE ALPERT, and 6 children were born to them. They were Mrs. Victor Goetz, Richardton; Marvin, Beatrice, Maurice, Merlin and Bonnie all at home. Other survivors besides his wife and children are a granddaughter, 2 brothers, Fred Hamann, Dickinson; Herman Hamann, Billings MT; 4 sisters, Mrs. William Alpert, Richardton; Mrs. John Braun, Billings; Mrs. Milton Dray, Detroit MI; and Martha Hamann, Grafton. His parents and a brother preceded him in death.
HAMILTON, Rudolph Marvin
b. 11 Apr 1910 - Butte, Montana
d. 8 Jun 1959 - Butte, Montana
From Butte MT Montana Standard, Tuesday 9 Jun 1959
Rudolph Marvin, 49, collapsed and died almost instantly while at work on the 4,400-foot level of the Mountain Con Mine Monday afternoon. A native of Butte, he was born April 11, 1910. Survivors include the widow, ANNA (REICHERT ?) and a son, Fred Blank, Butte; his father, John Marvin, Hamilton; 2 brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Marvin of Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marvin of Hamilton, and two brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sanford of Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nygaard of Spokane. Others are the mother-in-law, Mrs. Kathryn Reichert of Fromberg; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reichert of Vallejo CA, Mr. and Mrs. John Reichert, of Great Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reichert, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reichert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reichert and Mr. and Mrs. John Lambrecht, all of Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roll of Mott ND, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hellman of Burt ND; uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blatnick of Butte and several nephews and nieces.
**HAMMEL, Delores M. (Wolf)
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**HAMMOND, Anna Gwendolyn (Slice)
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**HANKEL, Eva (Miller)
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HANNY, Clarence Franklin
b. 27 Jul 1936 - Dawson, Nebraska -
d. 13 Jun 2009 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - 6/15/2009 - 6/18/2009
Clarence "Frank" Franklin Hanny, 72, passed away Saturday, June 13, 2009.
Born July 27, 1936 in Dawson, Neb., to Clarence and Hazel (Bernhardt) Hanny. Married MARY ANN LEONHARDT. Out of this union came three children, Doug, Cheri and Wendy. Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Mary Ann, his mother, Hazel Hanny, two daughters and sons by marriage, Cheri and Frank Gollas of Scottsbluff, and Wendy and Bryan Magee of Salisbury, Mo., five grandchildren, Joe and Angie (Knott) Gollas, Adam Gollas, Danielle Magee and Mary Magee, one great-granddaughter, Addison Mae Gollas, and numerous family and friends. Frank was preceded in death by his father, Clarence H. Hanny, and his son, Doug Hanny.
HANSON, Floyd Henry, Jr.
b. 26 Oct 1943 - Okeene, Oklahoma
d. 5 Jan 2009
From Enid News and Eagle - January 7, 2009.
Enid,OK — Floyd Henry Hanson Jr., 65, died Monday, Jan. 5, 2009. Born Oct. 26, 1943, in Okeene to Floyd H. Sr. and Ruby M. Outhier Hanson. Surviving are his mother, Ruby Hanson; two sons, Warren and Duane; one daughter, Veronica; one brother, Harold Hanson; one sister, Sherry Hanson; and three grandchildren. Preceded in death by one brother.
b. 1892 - Russia
d. Nov 1944
From Helena MT The Independent Record, Thursday 9 Nov 1944
Billings, Nov. 9.--Mrs. Anna Harmon, 77, wife of JACOB HARMON, is dead. Born in Russia. Married GEORGE A. BENDER, who died in 1927. Married F. SCHROEDER , who died in 1931. Married Mr. Harmon in 1941. Surviving are Mr. Harmon and a son, Adam Bender, of Billings; two daughters, Mrs. Lizzie Middlesworth of Shelby and Mrs. Annie Middlesworth of San Francisco; four stepsons, five stepdaughters, six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, 32 step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren.
**HARMON, Anna (Bershauer)
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**HARMS, Alma Louise (Gieselman)
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HARRIS, Elizabeth Elaine
b. 6 Oct 1929 - Hays, Kansas
d. 31 Jan 2009 - Salina, Kansas
From Salina Journal - Monday, February 2, 2009
Mrs. Elizabeth Elaine "Betty" Mai, 79, died Saturday, Jan. 31, 2009. Born Oct. 6, 1929, in Hays, the daughter of the late Milton Tony and Coy (McCoy) Harris. Married JULIUS H. MAI. Survivors include her husband, Julius, of the home; three stepsons, John Mai, of San Jose, Calif., Gerald Mai, of Arvada, Colo., and Keith Mai, of Vienna, Va. Preceded in death by a sister, Betty Hageman.
b. 23 Feb 1905 - Russia
d. 24 Nov 1927
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 26 Nov 1927
Frank, Elizabeth (Hart) 1905-1927 - Mrs. Elizabeth Frank died Thursday night (Nov. 24). Born in Russia, Feb. 23, 1905. Married PHILLIP FRANK. Survived by her husband, a five-weeks-old infant son; her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hart, Laurel; one sister, Mrs. Alex Frank, Park City; four brothers, Phillip and Jacob Hart, Scotts Bluff NE; Conrad and George Hart, Laurel.
b. abt 1899 - Odessa, Russia
d. Jul 1963 - Circle
From Billings MT Gazette, Sunday 7 Jul 1963 -
SIDNEY - Mrs. Frank Kasten, Sr. of Circle, died of a heart attack. A native of Odessa, Russia, (Katherine) came to the United States with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hatzenbaler in 1904 at the age of five. Survived by her husband, Frank Kasten, Sr.; four sons, Paul, of Circle; Frank, Jr., and David, both of Brockway; Harold, serving with the U.S.M.C. in Hawaii; eight daughters, Mrs. Matt Macioroski and Mrs. Leland Morast, both of Terry; Mrs. Robert Carter, Basin, Wyo.; Mrs. Bill Lenz, of Billings; Mrs. Alice Morast of Sidney; Mrs. Ervin Sukut and Mrs. Harold Sukut both of Brockway; and Mrs. Larry Powlowski, of Circle; 43 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
HATZENBEHLER, Elisabeth Rose
b. 18 Jun 1903 - Odessa, Russia
d. 16 Sep 1970
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 17 Sep 1970
Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Wetstein, 67, of 2215 6th Ave. N., died Wednesday morning. Born June 18, 1903, in Odessa, Russia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pius Peter Hatzenbehler. Married ADAM J. WETSTEIN. Survivors include the husband, two daughters, Mrs. Ed Koch of Auburn CA and Mrs. Ed Kaufman of 2215 3rd Ave. N; one sister, Mrs. Frances Hager of Glendive; two half-sisters, Mrs. Vincent Karsky and Mrs. Harry Badinger, both of Dickinson; and seven grandchildren.
b. 16 May 1916 - Odense, North Dakota
d. 22 Apr 1948 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Friday 23 Apr 48 -
Mrs. Mary Kilwine, 32, wife of MARTIN KILWINE, died Thursday. Born May 16, 1916, at Odense, N.D., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hatzenbeler. Surviving are the widower; three daughters, Joyce, 8, Shirley, 6, and Betty Lou, 4, and a son, Martin, Jr., 7 months. Also surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hatzenbeler of 909 Cook avenue; three brothers, Christ, Jr., and John of Laurel and Tony of Fromberg; five sisters, Mrs. George Peters of Belfry, Mrs. Frank Reichert of Monroe street, Mrs. Rex Maxwell of Lance Creek, Wyo., and Cecilia and Clara Hatzenbeler of 909 Cook avenue.
b. 5 Feb 1948
d. 13 Jul 1955
From Dickinson Press, Saturday 16 Jul 1955
Hatzenbiler, Sharon 1948-1955 - Sharon Hatzenbiler, 7, drowned in a pond on the family farm, Tuesday, July 13. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hatzenbiler and her birthday was Feb. 5, 1948. Besides her parents she leaves 3 sisters, Carlotta, 5; Alice Fae, 3; and Gail, 1, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Looren, South Heart and grandfather, Louis Hatzenbiler, Belfield.
b. 27 May 1894 - Richardton, North Dakota
d. 14 Nov 1966 - Vancouver
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 16 Nov 1966
MILES CITY—Mass for Mrs. Caroline Stoltz, 72, died Monday in Vancouver. Born at Richardton, ND, May 27, 1894. Married EMAUEL (STOLTZ). He died in 1960. Survivors include 3 sons, John, Billings, Walter, Vancouver and Jerome; 3 daughters, Mrs. Edwin Amundson, Vancouver, Mrs. William Shultz, Port Angeles, WA, and Mrs. Edward Hartley, Topeka, KS; a sister, Mrs. Flora Feller, Richardton; 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
b. abt 1886
d. Nov 1955
From Dickinson Press, Friday 11 Nov 1955
Hatzenbuhler, Jacob (1886)-1955 - Jacob Hatzenbuhler, 69, died Sunday. He leaves his wife, THERESA, five sons, Mike, Clemenz and Frank, Dickinson; John of Yakima WA; and Albert of Harper City CA; five daughters, Mrs. Ray (Hilda) Conner, Woodland CA; Mrs. Joseph (Pauline) Gress, Mrs. Albert (Elizabeth) Marsh and Mrs. Laudie (Margaret) Ficek, Dickinson; 30 grandchildren; four brothers, Louie of Belfield, Frank of Yakima WA; Ralph of Ellensburg WA; and Harry of Seattle WA, and 3 sisters, Mrs. Joe Frenzel, Dickinson; Mrs. Peter Kohler, Yakima WA; and Mrs. Fred Wilhelm, Ellensburg WA.
b. 1 Apr 1970 - Dickinson, North Dakota
d. 8 Jun 1971
From Billings MT Gazette, Friday 11 Jun 1971
Hatzenbuhler, Leslie 1970-1971 - DICKINSON, N.D.—Services for the one year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatzenbuhler, Leslie Hatzenbuhler, were held from St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Tuesday.
Born in Dickinson, April 1, 1970. Survived by his parents, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kolling of Dickinson, maternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hensel of Dickinson and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Theresa Hatzenbuhler of Dickinson; three brothers, Joseph, Mark and Frank, of Dickinson and five sisters, Theresa, Anna, Rayne, Paulette and Charlotte, all at home.
b. 10 Feb 1854 - Russia
d. 15 Jun 1932
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 16 Jun 1932
Hauck, Jacob 1854-1932 - Jacob Hauck, 78, died Wednesday morning in the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. E. Becker. A native of Russia, born Feb. 10, 1854. Three sons and a daughter besides the one living here survive him. They are Henry Hauck of Goldwin, Fred Hauck of Frazer, J. N. Hawk, whose address is not known, and Mrs. J. Kingman of Goldwin.
Family from HusSenback, Russia
b. 13 Oct 1913 - Windsor, Colorado -
d. 24 Mar 2009 - Cheyenne, Wyoming
From Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, Cheyenne, WY - 26 Mar 2009
Marie Haun "Mary" Fabricius, 95, of Cheyenne passed away March 24 (2009). Born Oct. 13, 1913, in Windsor, Colo. Married HERBERT FABRICIUS. Survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Lavon and Robert Starr of Fort Collins, Colo.; a son and daughter-in-law, Herbert and Kathleen Fabricius of Norfolk, Va.; two sisters, Hanna Haun Groathouse of Laramie and Hilda Haun Groathouse of Riverton; five grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews and a special friend, Connie. Preceded in death by her husband of 74 years, Herbert; her parents, Jacob and Mary Rein Haun; sisters, Molly Haun Mayland, Martha Haun Smith; and brothers, George Haun, Eddie Haun, Henry Haun and Jacob Haun Jr.
**HAUN, Mollie (Hofferber)
See Mollie Hofferber
HAUSAUER, John J.
b. 16 Jun 1893 - Russia
d. 24 Jun 1956
From Bismarck Tribune, Monday 25 Jun 1956
Hausauer, John J. 1893-1956 - John J. Hausauer, Sr., 63, died early Sunday. Born in Russia, June 16, 1893. Married to MARY MEYER. Survived by his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Herman Helgeson, Noxon MT; Mrs. Alvin Hochalter, Regan, and Miss Bernita and Miss Ruth, both at home; six sons, John, Wilton; Clarence and Alvin, Regan, and Vernon, Paul and William, all at home; a brother, Christ, Regan; and 3 sisters, Mrs. Henry Kuch, McClusky; and Mrs. Fred Schliedenmeyer and Mrs. Fred Vogele, both of Portland OR. A daughter and a sister preceded him in death.
**HAWKINS, Marjorie (Schulte)
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b. 7 May 1888 - Russia
d. 12 Jan 1956
From Dickinson Press, 17 Jan 1956
Metz, Rose (Heck) 1888-1956 - Mrs. Martin Metz, 67, died Jan. 12, (1956). Born in Russia, May 7, 1888, the daughter of Phillip and Marie Hatzenbuhler Heck. She came to the US with her family in 1889. Married to MARTIN METZ. Two daughters and a son were born to them and they with her husband, 18 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren survive her. The son is Louis Metz, Dickinson and the daughters are, Mrs. Floyd Eggert, Raleigh NC and Mrs. Elizabeth Keller, Dickinson. Also surviving her are 2 brothers, Frank Heck, Dickinson and John Heck, Lemsford, Canada, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Wolf and Mrs. Barbara Goetz, Canada
b. 5 Aug 1880 - Russia
d. 7 Jan 1956
From Bismarck Tribune, Tuesday 10 Jan 1956
George Hecker, 75, died Saturday. Born in Russia on Aug. 5, 1880, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hecker. His first wife, the former BERTHA BRUCKER died in 1932. Married to ELIZABETH BOEHM who survives. He leaves also two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Baron, Van Nuys, Calif., and Agnes Hecker, Oakland, Calif.; two sons, Jack of Portland, Ore. and John of Rosebud, Mont.; a sister, Mrs. Rose P…of …; and a brother, Martin of Portland, Ore. His parents preceded him in death. Note: portions of the microfilm are not legible.
b. 5 Aug 1880 - Russia
d. 7 Jan 1956
From Dickinson Press Wednesday 11 Jan 56
Hecker, George 1880-1956 - George Hecker, 75, died Saturday. Born in Russia on Aug. 5, 1880, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hecker. His first wife, the former BERTHA BROKER, died in 1933. Married ELIZABETH BOEHM, who survives. He leaves also 2 daughters, Mrs. Clarence Barton, Van Nuys CA and Agnes Hecker, Oakland CA; 2 sons, Jack of Portland OR and John of Rosebud MT, a sister, Mrs. Rose Brown, Lynwood CA and a brother, Martin of Portland OR. His parents preceded him in death.
**HECKER, Veronica (Brucker)
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**HECKMAN, Martha Fuss (Schauerman)
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**HEGEL, Amelia (Kuntz)
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**HEGEL, Eva (Ossel)
See Eva Ossel
b. 11 Nov 1888 - Odessa, Russia
d. 15 May 1955 - Billings, Hospital
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 17 May 55
Martin Hegel, 66, died Sunday. Born Nov. 11, 1888 in Odessa, Russia, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hegel. - He came from Russia in 1900, and married ROSE KLIEN. Surviving besides his wife, are his son, Bud Hegel of Eugene, Ore.; five daughters, Mrs. Victor Steffen of Edgar, Mrs. Katherine Geist of Bakersfield, Calif., Mrs. Sylvester Schwalger of Billings, Mrs. William Hall of Edgar and Mrs. Michael Keller of Billings; two step-daughters, Mrs. Sam Shepard of Seattle and Mrs. Tony Sticka of Fromberg; his brother, Nick Hegel of Billings, and 25 grandchildren/
b. 10 Mar 1898 - Odessa, Russia
d. 16 Jan 1957
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 17 Jan 1957
Hegel, Nick 1898-1957 - Nick Hegel, 58, died Wednesday. Born March 10, 1898 in Odessa, Russia.
Married to MRS. AMELIA KURTZ (sic). Survivors include a son, Valentine of Laurel; four daughters, Mrs. John Ott of Fishtail, Mrs. Frank Kroll of 214 Brodwater Ave., Mrs. Adam Sticka of Belfry and Mrs. Kenneth Uselton of 4427 Ryan Ave., and 17 grandchildren.
**HEGEL, Rosalia (Ehly)
See Rosalia Ehly
b. 1895 Russia
d. Mar 1968
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 7 Mar 1968
DICKINSON, N.D. - Funeral Service for Mrs. Wilhelmina Heidt were held from St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Tuesday. Born in Russia in 1895. Came with her parents to the United States in 1902. Married JOSEPH BERGER, who died in 1948. Married ROY HEIDT. Survived by her husband, and sons, Vincent and Frank Berger of Dickinson, Joseph Berger and Leo Berger of Mansfield, Ohio, Anton Berger of Lamoure, N.D., Jacob Berger of Hazen, and S. Sgt. Lawrence Berger in the Air Force in Colorado Springs, Colo.; and daughters, Sister Gertrude in Bismarck, N.D.; Mrs. Frank Focht of Frederickstown, Ohio, Mrs. Peter Fischer and Mrs. Edward Barr of Dickinson; and Mrs. Edward Barta of Billings.
b. 12 Aug 1927- Minatare, Nebraska
d. 6 Sep 2006 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From Dugan Kramer Funeral Chapel website, Scottsbluff, NE - Thur, 7 Sep 2006
Irene (Heilbrun) Kukas 08/12/1927 - 9/6/2006 - Irene (Heilbrun) Kukas, 79, died Wednesday, September 6, 2006. Born August 12, 1927, at Minatare, Nebraska to Henry Sr. and Amalie (Dahlinger) Heilbrun. Married ALEXANDER (Al) KUKAS. Survivors include her husband, Al; daughter, Dr. Laurie (Barry) Kukas-Charles of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; son, Ervin Kukas of Issaquah, Washington; brothers, Elmer (Caroline) Heilbrun of Lodi, California and Harvey (Mary) Heilbrun of Sidney; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Harold, Henry Jr. and Walter Heilburn; and sisters, Martha Valetski, Mary Meyer and Esther Schaaf
b. 18 Sep 1895 - Frank, Russia
d. 4 Jan 1965 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 5 Jan 1965
Heimbichner, Henry 1895-1965 - Henry Heimbichner, 69, died Monday (Jan. 4). Born Sept. 18, 1895, in Frank, Russia, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heimbichner. Married CATHERINE PROPP. Surviving are his widow, two sons, Rueben of 422 Hanson Lane and Edward of 4634 Stone St.; two daughters, Mrs. Alex Manweiler of Boyd and Mrs. Michael Carlin of 4508 Phillip St.; a brother, Jake Heimbichner of Route 3; four sisters, Mrs. Jacob Eckhardt of 4016 2nd Ave. S., Mrs. Katie Scherzer of 416 S. 35th St., Mrs. William Weber of Route 1 and Mrs. John Kaufman of Spring Valley CA; 14 grandchildren and 5 great-
Parents from Russia
b. 1 Nov 1913 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
d. 24 Mar 2009 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald from 3/26/2009 - 3/29/2009 - Scottsbluff, NE
Mary Buchhammer, 95, died Tuesday March 24. Mary's parents, Adam J. and Emilie (Naeb) Heimbichner, were Germans from Russia immigrants settling in Buenos Aires, Argentina where Mary was born on Nov. 1, 1913. When Mary was five months old, her family immigrated to the United States. Married FRED BUCHHAMMER and were married for 52 years before Fred passed away in 1986. Survived by her daughter, Virginia Berge of Scottsbluff; her son Ronald (Dorothy) Buchhammer of Torrington, Wyo., Grandchildren Curt Buchhammer and special friend Laurie Anderson of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Karri (Dan) Ellis of Lingle, Wyo., and Matthew (Janet) Buchhammer of Laramie, Wyo. Great-grandchildren Anna, Thomas and James Buchhammer of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Courtney and Zack Ellis of Lingle, Wyo., and one little one on the way. Her brother Henry (Barbara) Heimbichner of Fort Collins, Colo., her sisters Elda (Fred) Baker of Portland, Ore.; Rose McCain of Denver, Colo., and Eleanor Heimbichner of Covina, Calif. Sisters-in-law Dorothy Heimbichner of Calif.; Lydia Martin of Gering, Millie Buchhammer of Oregon and Wilma Buchhammer of Scottsbluff, as well as numerous nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by her parents, husband, brothers Reinhold and Richard, sisters Emilia, Katherine, Frieda, Lydia, Esther and Dorothy.
b. 7 Apr 1862 - Russia
d. 8 Apr 1930
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 9 Apr 1930
Eckhardt, Anna (Hein) 1862-1930 - Mrs. Anna Eckhardt died Tuesday , the day after the 68th anniversary of her birth. Born April 7, 1862, in Russia, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hein. Married JACOB ECKHARDT. Besides the widower, Mrs. Eckhardt is survived by 9 children, 34 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. The children are: Mrs. G. Steinmilie of Scotts Bluff NE, Mrs. William Calhoun of Sparks NV, Mrs. J. J. Marker of Billings, Mrs. H. Stroh of Sacramento CA, Mrs. J. Weil of Hesper, Mrs. G. Schlenze of Great Falls, Jacob Eckhardt, Jr., Conrad Eckhardt and Henry Eckhardt, all of Billings. There are also 2 brothers: David Hein of Sterling CO and Conrad Hein of Billings.
b. ca 1827
d. 16 Jul 1926 - Hesper
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 17 Jul 1926
Hein, George not given/ca.1827-1926 - George Hein, 99, who was fatally injured Friday morning when his team of horses and wagon ran over his near the beet dump at Hesper, died . Born in Russia, lived in the United States fro 21 years. Married MISS MARY NEIBAUER , who survives him. Also survived by 7 children, Lena, 14p; George, 12; Amelia, 9; Rosie, 7; Lydia, 5; Willie, 2, and Ruth, 5 months; a brother, John Hein of Lincoln NE, and two sisters, Mrs. Annie Straugh and Mrs. Margaret Kaiser, both of Russia.
HEIN, Ira W.
b. 8 Dec 1922
d. 1 Jul 2009 - Wichita, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Friday, July 3, 2009
HILLSBORO - Ira W. Hein, 86, died July 1, 2009. Born Dec. 8, 1922, the son of Henry W. and Tina Duerksen Hein. Married HILDA SUDERMAN. She died in 2005. Survivors include: son, Rodney and wife Susan; brother, Emice; sister, Viola Reeves; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by an older brother, Irvin.
b. ca 1864 - Frank, Russia
d. 13 Jul 1933
From Billings MT Gazette, Friday 14 Jul 1933
Heinbichner, Henry not given/ca.1864-1933 - Fatally injured when crushed by a hay wagon at his farm near here, Henry Heinbichner, 69, died Thursday morning. Born in Frank, Russia. Married MISS KATHERINE WAGNER, 43 years ago. The widow, 6 children and a brother survive.
The brother is George Heinbichner of Greeley CO. The children, all living in this vicinity, are Mrs. Jake Eckhardt, Mrs. Tony Propp, Mrs. John Kaufman, Mrs. Bill Weber, Henry and Jake Heinbichner. There also are 26 grandchildren.
b. 4 Oct 1925 - Colorado Springs, Colorado
d. 9 Apr 1995
From Obituary:Helena Independent Record, April 11, 1995
Glenelle Longmire was born the sixth of eight children in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Oct 4, 1925 to J. Fred and Gertrude (Butler) Heinitz. Married JOSEPH H. LONGMIRE. They would have celebrated their 50th anniversary in July. Glenelle was active in researching her family genealogy. He died April 9, 1995 [Easter Sunday]. Preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Paul. Survivors include her husband, a son Joseph Doyle (JoNan) of Helena, three daughters, Glenna McClure, Linda Chambers (Randy) of Helena, and Denisee Fries (Paul) of Butte. Grandchildren, Chellie Longmire, Kellie McClure, Kaci, Jodi and R.J. Chambers, all of Helena; Corey Mc Clure of Baker, Kimberlee Longmire, Travis and Lisa Fries all of Butte;two step grandchildren and five step great grandchildren. Sisters and brothers:Mrs Al (Rebecca) Beck of Helena, Raymond (Marjorie) Heinitz of Quartzsite, Ariz., Irene Sigety of Helena, Vic (Norma) Heinitz of East Helena, Redamae Reinig of Helena, and Suzanne Dodge of Salt Lake City, Utah: and numerous neices and nephews. .
b. 9 Jun 1921 - Sugar City, Colorado
d. 10 Nov 2003 -
From OBITUARY: Independent Record, Helena, Montana, Wednesday, Nov. 12,2003
Irene Heinitz Sigety died Monday, November 10, 2003. Born to John Frederick and Gertrude Butler Heinitz in Sugar City, Colorado, on June 9, 1921. She was the fourth child of eight. Married LEO H. SIGETY . They enjoyed 45 years together. They had five children, Eugene, Marilynn, Lois, Norma, and Leo Jr. Her sons Eugene and Leo Jr., Her husband Leo, [her parents], brother Paul Heinitz, and sister Glenelle Longmire preceeded her in death. She is survived by brothers Victor Heinitz (Norma) and Raymond Heinitz (Marj),and sisters Rebecca Beck, Redamae Reinig , and Suzanne Dodge; her three daughters, Marilynn Petek (Dave), Lois Kahns (Bob), and Norma Hanson (Harold). Grandchildren Lander Novak, Lynne Novak Green, Johnette Novak Burman,Dean Morrow, Darin Morrow, Leslie Morrow Gilbertson, Brent Hanson, Tary Hanson, and Amy Hanson Delgatty, and great-grandchildren Becki and Seth Hamilton, Shyanne Morrow, Donnie and Alex Gilbertson, Sabrina and Brittany Hanson, Brady and Whitney Hanson, and Jordan, Carrie and Gabriel Delgatty, and numerous neices and nephews. Also by one aunt, Ida Keil Puzon.
b. 22 Feb 1926 - Lincoln, Nebraska
d. 2 Mar 2009
From Scottsbluff Star Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - 5 Mar 2009
TORRINGTON, Wyo. - Flora Eisenbarth, 83, died March 2, 2009. Born Feb. 22, 1926, in Lincoln, Neb. the daughter of John and Katherine (Johannes) Heinrich. Married VICTOR EISENBARTH. Survivors include her daughters, Sally Cottier (Bob) of Torrington, and Marsha Fish (Guy) of Chadron; son, Brad Eisenbarth (Lynn) of Columbus, Neb.; six grandchildren; and eight great grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband; four brothers; and three sisters.
HEINRICH, Marie Christina
b. 17 Feb 1869 - Russia
d. 2 Dec 1824 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 3 Dec 1924
Heinrich, Marie Christina (____) Weber 1869-1924
Marie Christina Heinrich, wife of LUDWIG HEINRICH, died Tuesday morning (Dec. 2). Born in Russia, Feb. 17, 1869. Besides her husband she is survived by 4 sons and 2 daughters, Peter Weber, a son by a former marriage, and Conrad, George and Alexander Heinrich, Mrs. Conrad Lenhardt and Miss Mollie Heinrich. Two sons are dead. Two sisters, Mrs. Chris Geringer of Fresno and Mrs. Dave Menak of Russia, also survive.
**HEINRICHS, Esther Leona (Franz)
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**HEINRICK, Frieda Lind (Schneider)
See Frieda Schneider
**HEINZ, Meta F. (Beltz)
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**HEINZE, Anna Marie (Ohlrogge)
See Anna Marie Ohlrogge
b. 14 Dec 1918 - Cuates, New Mexico
d. 30 Oct 2008 - Okeene, Oklahoma
From Enid News - November 01, 2008
Arlevia Heinze Hoffman, 89, of Okeene, died Thursday, October 30, 3008. Born Dec. 14, 1918, in Cuates, N.M., to Alexander and Amelia Weismiller Heinze. Married HARVEY HOFFMAN. He died in September 1989. Surviving are one sister, Emma Hooker of Okeene. In addition to her husband, Harvey, she was preceded in death by four sisters.
** HEINZE, Mayme Blehm (Steponick)
See Mayme Steponick
b. 6 Oct 1911 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Jan 2009 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, January 24, 2009
HILLSBORO - Mildred Friesen, 97, died Jan. 20, 2009. Born Oct. 6, 1911, in Dorrance, the daughter of Andrew H. and Julia Batthauer Heinze. Married HERBERT T. FRIESEN. He died in1996. Survivors include: two daughters, Carroll Stevens, Chimayo, N.M., and Donna Richert, Lane; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
b. 6 Oct 1911 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Jan 2009 - Hillsboro, Kansas
Form Hillsboro Star Journal - January 28, 2009
Mildred Friesen, 97, died Jan. 20, 2009, at Hillsboro. Born Oct. 6, 1911, in Dorrance, she was the daughter of Andrew H. and Julia (Batthauer) Heinze. Married Herbert T. FRIESEN in Mingo. He died in 1996. Survivors include two daughters, Carroll Stevens of Chimayo, N.M., and Donna Richert of Lane; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
b. 6 Oct 1911 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Jan 2009 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From records of the Jost Funeral Home
Mildred Friesen was born October 6, 1911 in Dorrance, Kansas, the daughter of Julia (Batthauer) Heinze and Andrew H. Heinze. Her father married Mollie (Steinert) in Lehigh, Kansas and moved the family to a farm south of Hillsboro. Married HERBERT FRIESEN. Their first daughter Donna was born October 17, 1933. Carroll was born October 3, 1937. Preceded in death by her husband, parents, three brothers and one sister. Those surviving her include two daughters: Donna and husband Francis Richert of Lane, Kansas and Carroll Stevens of Chimayo, New Mexico; two brothers: Paul and Robert; two sisters: June and Norma; one sister-in-law Barbara; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and one great-great- grandchild, as well as many other relatives and friends.
Family from Oberdorf, Russia
b. 25 Jul 1920 - Ouates, New Mexico
d. 5 Oct 2008 - Okeene, Oklahoma
From Enid News, OK - October 06, 2008
Reuben Heinze was born July 25, 1920, in Quates, N.M., the son of Jacob and Catherine Scherties Heinze and departed this life Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008. Married DESSA MAE WESTFAHL. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, sisters and brothers, Marie Weiland, Alex Heinze, Kate Eberhardt, Lydia North, Martha Driever, Pauline Hanks, Bennie Heinze, as well as six other brothers and sisters who died in Russia. Survivors include: his wife, Dessa Mae of Okeene; three daughters, Darlene Reynolds and husband Lonnie of Okeene, Charlotte Billings of Seiling, and Kimberly Heinze and husband Randy Bauman of Oklahoma City; two sisters, Hilda Keith of Oklahoma City and Anna Nelson of Lima, Colo.; four grandchildren, Teresa Baker Russell, Mark Baker, Bryan Billings, Nathan Billings; five great-grandchildren, Ashley Baker, Brandon McCamey, Melissa Baker, Mattie Jo Baker, Rebecca Lynn Billings; one great-great--grandchild, Cole Hayden Tiggrett. The family also consists of four acquired grandchildren, Mike Baker and family, Gary Billings and family, Sheila Peterson and family, and Scott Reynolds, as well as many nieces and nephews. (Paid Obit 10-7-1)
HEINZE, Viola A.
Parents from Dreispitz, Russia
b. 10 May 1911 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Dec 2008 - Wilson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, December 23, 2008
WILSON - Viola A. Shaw, 97, died Dec. 20, 2008. Born May 10, 1911, in Russell County, to Andrew D. and Susanna E. Heinze. Married ROY J. SHAW. He died April 8, 1988. Survivors include: sons, R. Malcolm, Wilson, and Benny L., Seattle; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
HEINZE, Viola A.
Parents from Dreispitz, Russia
b. 10 May 1911 - Russell County, Kansas
d. 20 Dec. 2008 - Wilson, Kansas
From Ellsworth County Independent/Reporter - Thursday, December 25, 2008
WILSON - Viola Shaw, 97,died Saturday, Dec. 20, 2008. Born May 10, 1911, in Russell County to Andrew D. and Susanna E. Heinze. She was raised in the Dubuque area. Married ROY J. SHAW June 4, 1932, at Dorrance. He died in 1988. Survivors include two sons, R. Malcolm Shaw of Wilson and Benny L. Shaw of Seattle, Wash.; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
HEISER, Stephan, Sr.
b. 1 Mar 1877 - Russia
d. 11 Aug 1955
From Dickinson Press, Saturday 13 Aug 1955
Heiser, Stephen 1877-1955 - Stephen Heiser, Sr. passed away on Aug. 11. (1955) Born in Russia, March 1, 1877, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heiser. Married FRANCES TRENKENSCHUH, who died in 1935. Married ANNA MARY FRANK,. His children are John, Anton, Andrew, Steve, jr., Margaret, Mrs. Adolph Jablonsky; Theresia, Mrs. William Schwindt; Anna, Mrs. Martin Kilwein, and Lena, all of Dickinson; Peter, Matt and George of Manning. Two children died in infancy. Surviving relatives besides his wife and children include 34 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and one brother, Mike Heiser of Killdeer.
Other surviving relatives include 34 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and one brother, Mike Heiser of Killdeer.
HEISER, William Theodore
b. 5 Nov 1941 - Belfield
d. 10 Sep 1955
From Dickinson Press, 13 Sep 1955
Heiser, William Theodore 1941-1955 - William Theodore Heiser, 14, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Heiser, died enroute by plane to Fargo, Sept. 10, (1955) after he was shot in an accidental discharge of a rifle. Born at Belfield, Nov. 5, 1941. Survivors include his parents Conrad and Katherine Heiser; brothers, Fred of the US Air Force at Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth TX; Donald and Larry at home, and sister, Linda, at home; and his grandfather, Jack Hendricks, Dickinson
HELBLING, Kristin Lee
b. 20 Jul 1969 - Mandan, North Dakota
d. 21 Nov 2008 - Bismarck, North Dakota
From Information received
Kristin Lee Helbling, 39, died Nov. 21, 2008. Born July 20, 1969, in Mandan to Matthias and Christine (Barth) Helbling. Kristin's paternal grandfather, Peter V. Helbling was born in Speier, South Russia. Her paternal grandmother was Rose Renner whose family immigrated from Karlsruhe, South Russia. Survived by five sisters, Sharon Helbling, Bismarck, Norma (Dean) Bachmeier, Minot, Mary Lou Peterson, Las Vegas, Rosalie (Al) Voight, Mandan, and Lorraine Doll, Bismarck; three brothers, James (Sandy), Fred(Pam) and Wayne (Janet ), all of Mandan; 11 nieces and nephews; seven step-nieces and nephews, and several aunts, uncles, cousins, and her godparents. Preceded in death by her parents and grandparents .
Parents from Speier, South Russia
b. 7 Nov 1919 - St. Anthony, North Dakota
d. 28 Jan 2009 - Bismarck, North Dakota
From information received.
Magdalen "Maggie" Helbling Kautzman, 89, died Jan. 28, 2009. Born Nov. 7, 1919, at St. Anthony, ND, the daughter of Alfred and Rosa (Schaner) . Married GEORGE KAUTZMAN. Survived by her daughters, Marlene (Ruben) Schaaf, Evelyn Baumgartner, Jeanette Bauer, Georgene (David )Keller and Deb (Brent) Geiss, all of Bismarck; her son, Marvin (Josephine), Racine, WI.; 16 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; her sisters, Bertha Flink and Monica (Nick) Zueger, all of Mandan, and Hildegard(Mel) Pallen, Lolo, Mt.; and her brothers, Stanley (Maxine) Helbling, Mandan, Alfred Helbling, el Cajon, CA. and Tom (Jan), St. Cloud, MN. Preceded in death by her parents; her husband ,George, who died Jan. 29, 2003; one son, Leslie; daughter, Gloria; son-in-law, Celestine Bauer; sisters, Mary Bullinger and Genevieve Wetsch, brothers, Joseph Helbling, John Helbling, Martin Helbling ;step brothers,Joe Knoll and Emil Knoll; sons-in-law, Mike Flink and John Bullinger and many nieces and nephews. Note: Maggie's parents immigrated from Speier, South Russia.
b. 7 Nov 1919 - St. Anthony
d. 28 Jan 2009 - Bismarck, North Dakota
From Bismarck Tribune 30 Jan 09
Magdelen "Maggie" Kautzman, 89, died Jan. 28, 2009. Born Nov. 7, 1919, at St. Anthony, the daughter of Alfred and Rosa (Schaner) Helbling. Married GEORGE KAUTZMAN. Survived by her daughters, Marlene (Ruben) Schaaf, Evelyn Baumgartner, Jeanette Bauer, Georgene (David) Keller and Deb (Brent) Geiss, all of Bismarck; her son, Marvin (Josephine), Racine, Wis.; 16 grandchildren; 12 great-grand-children; her sisters, Bertha Flink and Monica (Nick) Zueger, all of Mandan, and Hildegard (Mel) Pallen, Lolo, Mont.; and her brothers, Stanley (Maxine) Helbling, Mandan, Alfred Helbling, El Cajon, Calif., and Tom (Jan) Helbling, St. Cloud, Minn. Preceded in death by her parents; her husband, George, who died Jan. 29, 2003; one son, Leslie; one daughter, Gloria; one son-in-law, Celestine Bauer; two sisters; and four step-brothers.
**HELLMAN, Leona (Glaser)
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HELM, Donna Mae
b. 10 Jun 1932 - Hays, Kansas
d. 3 Apr 2009 - Seneca, Missouri
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, April 4, 2009
SENECA, Missouri - Donna Mae Miller, 76, passed away on Friday April 3, 2009. Born on June 10, 1932, in Hays, Kansas, the daughter of the late Charles and Olive Helm. Married KEITH MILTON MILLER . He preceded her in death on March 2, 1986. Also preceded in death by two brothers, Kenneth and Clifford Helm; three sisters, Joan Vincent, Dorothy Glaspie, and Margaret Kumorowski. Survived by: three sons, Dennis Miller and fiancée Pam Johnson, Webb City, Mo., Kevin Miller and wife Rhonda, Seneca, Mo., and Michael Miller and wife Donna, Seneca, Mo.; a brother, Lloyd Helm, Abbyville; a sister, Beverly Stejskel, Russell; four grandchildren, Christopher Miller and wife Stormy, Samantha Perry and husband Dave, Kristen Miller and fiancé Chris Coy, and Sarah Johnson and husband Nathan; and five great-grandchildren, Kori Smith, Isabelle Perry, Ian and Tessa Mae Miller, and Brayden Johnson
b. 23 Oct 1863 - Norka, Russia
d. 11 Jan 1956 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 12 Jan 1956
Mrs. Elizabeth Helzer, 92, died Wednesday. Born Oct. 23, 1863 in Norka, Russia, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Helzer. Came to the United States in 1907. Married LOUIS HELZER. Survived by her son, John Vashler of 318 Custer Ave.; two daughters, Mrs. Christian Giebelhaus of Longmont, Colo., and Mrs. Peter Ehli of 419 S. 35tgh St.; her step-son, Henry Brungard of Tacoma; 16 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
b. abt 1939
d. 26 Mar 2009
From Wichita Eagle - Monday, March 30, 2009
Hendricks, Elizabeth, 70, passed away Thursday, March 26, 2009. Survivors: sons, Robert (Sheree) Morris, Ray Morris and Rodger Morris; daughter, Rose (Joseph) Loux; sisters, Neal (Everett) Bisterfeldt and Joyce (Don) Boldea; 6 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
b. abt 1922
d. 11 Jun 2009
From Wichita Eagle - Saturday, June 13, 2009
Hendricks, Hermena E., 87, passed away June 11, 2009. Preceded in death by husband Russell and infant son Darrell. Survivors are daughters Donna (Ron) Wasinger of Aurora, Colorado and Becky (Robert Jr.) Mainzer of Haysville, Kansas, four grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
HENMAN, Charlotte Mae
b. 9 Nov 1927 - Roundup, Montana
d. 20 Jan 2009 - Billings, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 22 Jan 2009
Charlotte Mae Kaufman, 81, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Born on Nov. 9, 1927, in Roundup, to Leroy and Adelle Henman. Married ROBERT L. KAUFMAN Preceded in death by her parents, her husband and a brother, Bud, of Laurel. Survived by her brother, Wally (Bev) Henman of Billings; and children Jeff (Susan) Kaufman of Belgrade, Roberta (Don) Falcon of San Antonio, Kathy Kipp of Billings, Vernon (Maureen) Martell of Billings, Pete (Jennifer) Kaufman of Belgrade and Dustin Kaufman of Belgrade. She also leaves behind 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
HENNING, Esther C.
b. 3 May 1924
d. 9 Feb 2009 - Garden City, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News -Wednesday, February 11, 2009
GARDEN CITY - Esther C. Brack, 84, died Feb. 9, 2009. Born May 3, 1924, the daughter of Edward J. and Josephine M. Rabien Henning Sr. Survivors include: four sons, James, Larry, Richard A., and Ronnie; daughter, Diana Weaver; sister, Marcella Bayer; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren
HENNING, Esther C.
b. 3 May 1924 - Albert, Kansas
d. 9 Feb 2009 - Garden City, Kansas
From Garden City Telegram - 2/10/2009 in Obituaries
Esther C. Brack, 84, died Monday, Feb. 9, 2009. Born May 3, 1924, in Albert, to Edward J. Sr. and Josephine M. Rabien Henning. Survivors include a daughter, Diana Weaver of Garden City; four sons, James Brack of Los Angeles, Larry Brack of Houston, Richard A. Brack of Garden City, and Ronnie Brack of Willowdale; a sister, Marcella Bayer of Garden City; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents; and two brothers, Gilbert and Edward Henning Jr.
**HENRICK, Frieda Lind (Schneider)
See Frieda Schneider
**HENRY, Mollie (Oblander)
See Mollie Oblander
HERAUF, Jacob Leonard
b. 16 Sep 1887 - Russia
d. 6 Feb 1956
From Dickinson Press, Friday 10 Feb 1956
Herauf, Jacob Leonard 1887-1956 - Jacob Leonard Herauf, died Feb. 6, (1956). Born in Russia, Sept. 16, 1887. Married THERESIA HECK in Russia in 1902. She preceded him in death in 1945. Married MARGARET PHILLIPS who survives him with 3 daughters, Mrs. Ed Selbman, Miles City MT; Mrs. C. C. McGee, Lemon Grove CA; Mrs. Elizabeth Leidholt, Miles City, and sons, Joe, Denver; Leonard, Burbank CA; Frank, Belfield; Anton, Tacoma, and Edward of Dickinson. Other survivors are 19 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Kessel, Dickinson. A son, John, preceded him in death in 1941.
b. 17 Jul 1957 - Long Beach, California
d. 21 Aug 1972 - Dickinson, North Dakota
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 24 Aug 1972
Kraman Herauf, 15, of 2615 Lewis Ave., was killed Monday night in a two-car crash north of Dickinson ND. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Herauf, born July 17, 1957, in Long Beach CA. Survivors include his parents, a brother Terry, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Ralph Glantz, all of Billings; another brother, Duane Herauf, in California; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, and Mrs. Veronica Dolechek, all of Dickinson.
b. 18 May 1893 - Russia
d. 15 Sep 1956
From Dickinson Press, Tuesday 18 Sep 1956
Kessel, Otillia (Herauf) 1893-1956 - Mrs. Otillia Kessel, 69, Sept. 15. (1956). Born in Russia, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herauf on May 18, 1893. Came to the US in 1910. Married to JOE KESSEL. Six sons and 5 daughters were born to them. They are John, Seattle; Frank, Spokane; Ted, George, Christ and Erbin, Dickinson; Mrs. Joe Koffler, Dickinson; Catherine Kessel, Dickinson; Mrs. James Freed, Billings; Mrs. Joe Kostelecky, Spokane; and Mrs. Laudie Kudrna, Dickinson. Three brothers and a sister have preceded her in death
b. 1921 - Sheffield, North Dakota
d. Jul 1963 - Dickinson, North Dakota
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 30 Jul 1963
DICKINSON, N.D.—Funeral services for Pius Herauf, 42, were held from St. Joseph’s church. Born in 1921 at Sheffield, N.D., the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Herauf. Married DELORES JALBERT. She survives him with 3 sons, Eugene, Francis and Lawrence, and 3 daughters, Shirley, Dorothy and Donn Mae. Also surviving him are his father of Dickinson, and brothers, Joseph of Portland, Ore., Valentine of New England, Tony of Portland, George Herauf of Dickinson, and sisters, Mrs. John Marthaller and Mrs. Laudie Kostelecky of Anaconda; Mrs. Tony Perzinski of South Heart, Mrs. John Jurich of Anaconda and Mrs. John Quinlin of Glendive.
**HERBEL, Zula Marie (Welsh)
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b. 11 Oct 1888 - Susandhl, Russia
d. 18 Jun 1972 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Monday 19 Jun 1972
Meinhardt, Sophie (Hergett) 1888-1972 - Bridger—Mrs. Sophie Meinhardt, 83, died Sunday evening (June 18). Born in Susandhl, Russia, on Oct. 11, 1888, Mrs. Meinhardt was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hergett. Married HENRY MEINHARDT. Survivors include four sons, John of Bridger, Arnold of Miles City, Carl of Custer, and Bill of 1231 N. 31st St. in Billings; two daughters, Mrs. Leo Musgrave of 945 Cook Ave., Billings, and Mrs. John Slavish of 1307 Eldorado Dr., Billings; a brother, John Hergett of Bridger; a sister, Mrs. Rose Susandahl of Russia; 11 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren.
b. ca 1887- Hussanbuh, Russia
d. 19 Sep 1931
From Billings MT Gazette, Sunday 20 Sep 1931
Herman, Henry ca. 1887-1931 - Henry Herman , 44, died Saturday morning. Born in Hussanbuh, Russia, and was married there in 1909 to GRACE PEPPLER. Mrs. Herman died 3 years ago. Survived by 3 children, Alex, 20; Fred, 15, and Martha, 8. Billings MT Gazette, Sunday 20 Sep 1931
b. 23 Dec 1900 - Russia
d. 6 Aug 1952
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 7 Aug 1952
Herman, Jacob - Laurel, Aug 6—Jacob Herman, 51, died suddenly Wednesday morning (Aug. 6). Born in Russia on Dec. 23, 1900. Married ANNA MARKER. She survives. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Helen Anderson, Kellogg ID, and Mrs. Esther Logan, 4014 ½ State avenue, Billings; two grandchildren in Kellogg; four brothers, Fred, Victor, Dave and Saschia Herman of Laurel, and two sisters, Mrs. Pauline Stroh and Mrs. Olinda Hoffman, both of Tacoma WA.
b. 21 Jun 1926 - Ashley, North Dakota
d. 1 Feb 2009 - Hardin
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 4 Feb 2009
HARDIN - Pete Herman passed away on Feb. 1, 2009. Born June 21, 1926, in Ashley, N.D., the son of John and Bertha Nitschke Herman. He was the third child in a family of seven. He spoke German fluently and was proud of his German heritage. Pete became an auctioneer. He and Ty Thomas were the first to teach auctioneering at the college in Billings. Married POLLY KNAUB; they had three children. His first wife is deceased. Pete married GLADYS SCHILLING DOWNS. His parents, brother Ervin, sisters Violet Bott, Shirley Keller, sister-in-law Colleen, brother-in-law Gus Gimbel and stepson Rocky Downs preceded Pete in death. Pete is survived by his wife, Gladys Herman; his kids from the previous marriage, Russell Herman and Elaine of Colorado Springs, Colo.; his twin daughters Judy Clark of Forth Worth, Texas, and Janet Herman of Billings; his grandchildren, Robbie (Lisa) Herman, Zachary (Corina) and John Herman, Sara Clark and Samantha Clark; his great-grandchildren, Jacob and Zia Herman. He was a stepfather to Debbie Downs and Robert of Dallas and Ricky (Stephanie) Downs of Roundup; two granddaughters, Ashley and fiancé Rick and Casey Downs of Billings; two sisters, Esther Gimbel and Marcella Kuehn of Billings; and a brother, Robert of Mount Home, Idaho
HERMAN, Theodore James
b. 17 Dec 1933 - Columbus
d. 21 Feb 2009 - Eagle Cliff Manor
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 24 Feb 2006
HUNTLEY - Theodore James "T.J." Herman passed away on Feb. 21, 2009. Born Dec. 17, 1933, in Columbus, the son of Fred and Kathryn (Gomer) Herman. Survived by his nine children and stepchildren, Lori ( Harry) Holt, Bob (Kristen) Herman, René (Jay) Johnson, Gary (Patty) Herman, Kim Herman, Bill (Rose) Myhre, Sandy (Steve) Brown, Vicki Skinner, Chris (Larry) O'Brien; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three brothers, Ed, Melvin, Bill (Sharon); sister Marion; and sister-in-law Margie Herman. Preceded in death by his parents; brother Fred; sister Barbara; and grandson Capt. Andrew Pearson, who was killed in action in Iraq.
HERMAN, Timmy L.
b. 7 Feb 1945
d. 24 Jun 2009 - Salina, Kansas
Hillsboro Star Journal - July 1, 2009
Timmy L. Herman, 64, Herington, died June 24 (2009). Born Feb. 7, 1945, to Cleo and Clara (Bevan).
Survivors include daughters Jennifer Howe of Kansas City, Jill Sink of Dayton, Ohio, and Jodi and Toni Herman of Herington; brother Cleo Jr. of Herington; sisters Joyce Mascareno of Herington and Gloria Hall of Aurora, Colo.; and four grandchildren.
HERMAN, Victor T.
b. 20 Jun 1918 - Liebenthal, Kansas
d. 22 May 2009 - Mount Carmel Regional Medical Center
From Hays (Kan) Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2009
Victor T. Herman, 90, died Friday, May 22, 2009. Born June 20, 1918, in Liebenthal to Nick and Elizabeth (Schoenberger) Herman. Married WILMA SCHWARTZKOPF. Survivors include his wife, of the home; five sons, Victor Eugene Herman, Hutchison, Alan Herman, Pittsburg, Michael Herman, Baxter Springs, James Herman, Pleasant Hill, Mo., and Steven Herman, Andover; two daughters, Doris Sutton, Hoisington, and Diana Main, Pittsburg; two sisters, Clementina Herman, Dighton, and Martina McCulloch, Milbank, S.D.; 21 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by a daughter, Lisa Herman.
HERMANN, Arthur W.
b. 25 Jan 1925 - Sheboygan, Wisconsin
d. 30 Apr 2009
From The Sheboygan Press - May 1, 2009
Arthur W. Hermann, 84, died on Thursday morning, April 30, 2009. Art was born January 25, 1925 in Sheboygan to Christian and Sophia (Fellinger) Hermann. Married ESTHER ACHILLES. Esther preceded him in death on July 13, 1999. Survivors include a son, Thomas J. and Jennifer Hermann of Egg Harbor; a daughter, Diane Hermann-Kuether of Sheboygan; three grandchildren, Travis Kuether, Ryan (Tanya) Kuether and Krista (Rob) Jones; four great-grandchildren, Devon and Derrick Kuether, Lily and Drake Kuether; and other family members and friends. In addition to his wife, Art was preceded in death by six brothers and two sisters.
HERMES, James J.
b. 22 May 1924 - Bismarck, North Dakota
d. 6 Jun 1967
Winona MN Daily News, Wednesday 7 Jun 1967
Hermes, James J. 1924-1967 - James J. Hermes, 43, died Tuesday morning. Born May 22, 1924, in Bismarck ND, to Nicholas and Pauline Geiss Hermes. Married CATHERINE FISCHER. Surviving are: his wife; a son, William, Homer; 2 daughters, Sandra and Karla, Homer, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Joyce) Volk, Helena MT, and Mrs. Frank (Doris) Schneider, Glen Ullin.
**HERMES, Pauline (Geiss)
See Pauline Geiss
HERONEMA, LeRoy J.
b. 20 Oct 1941
d. 19 Feb 2009
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, February 22, 2009
HAYS - LeRoy J. Heronema, 67, died Feb. 19, 2009. Born Oct. 20, 1941, to William J. and Alvina M. Rupp Heronema. Married DARLENE A. DREILING. She survives. Other survivors include: son, William F., Salina; daughters, Vicki A. LaBarge, Ellis, and Sherri L. Flagor, Hays; brother, Edward, Pratt; five grandchildren; a step-granddaughter; and a step-great-granddaughter
b. 11 Nov 1887 - Russia
d. 7 Dec 1956
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 11 Dec 1956
Rudolph, Catherine (Herr) 1887-1956 - Mrs. Catherine Rudolph, 69, died Sunday (Dec. 7). Born in Russia on Nov. 11, 1887, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Herr. Married HENRY RUDOLPH. He died in February 1954. Survivors include seven daughters, Mrs. Clyde E. Resser of 1039 Custer Ave., Mrs. Arthur Stonerock of 711 Lewis Ave., Mrs. D. C. Gerke of Laurel, Mrs. Allen Crans of Roberts, Mrs. Jacob Weber and Mrs. Elmer Hoffman of Seattle and Mrs. Medrord Vick of Missoula; three sons, August Rudolph of Roberts, and Fred and Jacob Rudolph of Vananda; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
**HERR, Jean Vee (Vogt)
See Jean Vee Vogt
b. 20 May 1919 - Liebenthal, Kansas
d. 1 Feb 2009 - Overland Park, Kansas
From Great Bend (Kan) Tribune - Thursday, February 5, 2009
OVERLAND PARK — Florine Daubert, 89, passed away Feb. 1. (2009). Born May 20, 1919, in Liebenthal, the daughter of Rosalie (Legleiter) Herrman and Leo Herrman. Survivors include eight children, Larry Daubert of Round Rock, Texas, Gene Daubert of Aguilar, Colo., James Daubert of Waunakee, Wis., Rosalie Christiansen of Olathe, Raymond Daubert of Kennewick, Wash., Victor Daubert of Malvern, Pa., Daphna Ben-Chaim of Lancaster, Pa., and Paul Daubert of Dallas, Texas; 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Florine will be laid to rest next to her husband, ELMER DAUBERT, who died in June 1972.
HERRMAN, Philip G.
b. 21 Mar 1915 - Liebenthal, Kansas
d. 30 Mar 2009 - Cheney, Kansas
From Wichita Eagle - Wednesday, April 1, 2009
CHENEY - Herrman, Philip G., 94, died March 30, 2009. Born March 21, 1915 in Liebenthal, Kan., to Jacob and Catherine (Dreher) Herrman. Married MARIE KREBSBACH. Survivors: wife, Marie; sons, Leo and wife, Sherrie of Pocatello, Idaho, Gilbert and wife, Jeanne of Peabody; daughters, Bernadine and husband, Bill Bachman of Wichita, Jolene and husband, Francis Hageman of Hutchinson, Esther Mayer of Cheney, Donna and husband, Randall Davis of Rose Hill; brother, Henry of Garden Plain; sister, Catherine Blades of Republic, Mo.; 23 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren.
HERRMAN, Philip G.
b. 21 Mar 1915 - Liebenthal, Kansas
d. 30 Mar 2009 - Cheney, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Saturday, April 4, 2009
CHENEY - Philip G. Herrman, 94, died March 30, 2009. Born March 21, 1915, in Liebenthal, the son of Jacob and Catherine Dreher Herrman. He was a U.S. Army veteran serving in World War II. Married MARIE KREBSBACH. She survives. Other survivors include: sons, Leo and wife Sherrie Herrman, Pocatello, Idaho, and Gilbert and Jeanne Herrman, Peabody; daughters, Bernardine and Bill Bachman, Wichita, Jolene and Francis Hageman, Hutchinson, Esther Mayer, Cheney, Donna and Randall Davis, Rose Hill; brother, Henry, Garden Plain; sister, Catherine Blades, Republic, Mo.; 23 grandchildren; and 43 great-grandchildren.
HERRMAN, Willard J.
b. 2 Apr 1928
d. 28 Feb 2009 - Liberal, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Monday, March 2, 2009
LIBERAL - Willard J. Herrman, 80, died Feb. 28, 2009. Born April 2, 1928. Married HELEN ANN RUKAVINA. She died May 13, 1992. Married ALENE BRUNSON CALDER. She survives. Other survivors include: sons, Willard John Jr., Tony and Jeff; stepdaughter, Connie Gent; brother, Maynard; sisters, Florina Roth and Francis Ridler; 10 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
b. 2 Jul 1868 - South Russia
d. 14 May 1956
From Bismarck Tribune, Tuesday 15 May 1956
Herrmann, Elizabeth (____) 1868-1956
Mrs. Elizabeth Herrmann, 87, died Monday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Frank. Born on July 2, 1868, in South Russia. Married EDWARD HERRMANN. Leaves 3 daughters, Mrs. Adolph (Martha) Herboldt, Nisswa MN; Mrs. John (Helen) Burkhardt, St. Paul MN, and Mrs. Joseph (Emilia) Frank, Underwood, 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Her husband preceded her in 1945 and one daughter died in 1934.
HERZ, Edmund N.
b. 30 May 1926 - St. Joseph, North Dakota
d. 12 Jun 1953 - Glen Ullin, North Dakota
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 17 Jun 1953
GLENDIVE - Edmund N. Herz, 41, died Friday of a skull fracture. Mr. Herz suffered the injury in an accident Friday which had proved fatal to Oval LeRoy Charles, caused a concussion and bruises for Wallace Meidinger and fractured the left leg and cracked ribs of C. J. Allen. Mr. Herz was born May 30, 1926, at St. Joseph, N.D. Married ROSE HEGEL Surviving are his wife; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herz of Glen Ullin; three brothers, John and Richard of Glen Ullin and Glen of Cheyenne, Wyo., and four sisters, Mrs. John Glasser of St. Joseph, Mrs. Joe Glasser of Glen Ullin, Lorett at a Bismarck convent and Joan Herz of Glen Ullin.
b. 6 Mar 1903 - Medina
d. 11 Jul 1956 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
From Dickinson Press, Saturday 21 Jul 1956
Staiger, Emma (Heupel) 1903-1956 - Mrs. Edwin (Emma) Staiger, 53, died July 11 (1956). Born March 6, 1903, at Medina, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Heupel. Married EDWIN STAIGER. Survived by her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Gregory (Virginia) Jett, Lander WY; two sons, Georgie and Ronnie, at home; and two grandchildren. She also leaves Mrs. Mary Just, Mrs. Christina Klundt and August Heupel, all of Medina; Mrs. Carolina Reich, Redwood City CA; Mrs. Rachel Winter, Denver CO and Mrs. Leo Staiger, Dickinson.
HEUTZENROEDER, Evelyn G,
b. 21 Jul 1934 - Rapid City, South Dakota
d. 6 Feb 2009 - Torrington, Wyoming
From The Star-Herald,Scottsbluff, NE - from 2/8/2009 - 2/12/2009
TORRINGTON, Wyo. - Evelyn G. Clarke, 74, died Friday, Feb. 6, 2009. Born on July 21, 1934 in Rapid City, S.D. the daughter of Henry and Elisa (Hegerfeldt) Heutzenroeder. Married VERNON "BUD" CLARKE. Survivors include her husband, 'Bud', of Torrington; son, Vic Clarke and his children, Jesse, Zach, and Colter Clarke of White Clay, Neb.; daughter, Liz Gwin, her husband Mark, of Gering and their children, Haley Alexander and Delaney Gwin; son, Gary Clarke and his wife Brenda of Newcastle, Wyo. and their children, Brian, Amy, and Cami Clarke; and Evelyn's special friends, Eva and Jerry Canaday. Preceding her in death were her parents; sister, Eva Mae Vaught and brothers, James and Gale Heutzenroeder.
HIEBERT, Corrina M.
b. 5 Jun 1962
d. 11 Feb 2009
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, February 22, 2009
CLAY CENTER - Corrina M. Buckner, 46, died Feb. 11, 2009. Born June 5, 1962, to Frank and Sharon (Pingry) Hiebert. Married FRANK BUCKNER. He survives. Other survivors include: her parents, Frank and Sharon Hiebert, Blackwell, Okla.; two daughters, Kayla Clark and Rachelle Clark; three brothers, Mark Hiebert, Gary Hiebert and David Chastain; four sisters, Cyndi Wilson, Jodi Smith, Wendy Johnson and Christy Rottinghaus; and a grandchild. She is preceded in death by her father, Charlie Chastain.
HIEBERT, Donald Dwayne
b. 27 Mar 1951
d. 25 Jan 2009 - McPherson, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Wednesday, January 28, 2009
MCPHERSON - Donald Dwayne Hiebert, 57, died Jan. 25, 2009. Born March 27, 1951, to D.O. Lewis and Irene Cooper Hiebert. Survivors include: his mother, Irene Hiebert, McPherson; his companion, Janeva D'Amico, McPherson; brothers, David and wife, Sheri, Wichita, and Daniel, Lindsborg; daughters, Addie Hiebert Embry and husband, Steven, Newton, and Jessie Hiebert, all of Newton; a grandchild, Kayden Embry, Newton; and a niece, Stephanie Hiebert, St. Louis, Mo. Preceded in death by his father, D.O. Lewis Hiebert.
**HIEBERT, Julia (Eberhart)
See Julia Eberhart
HIEBERT, Ruth Viola
b. 1 Jul 1917 - Hitchcock, Oklahoma
d. 8 Mar 2009
From Enid News and Eagle, Enid, Ok 73701 - 3-11-09
ENID — Ruth Viola Schaffler, 91, died Sunday, March 8, 2009. Born July 1, 1917, in Hitchcock to Henry James and Julia Eberhardt Hiebert. Married VERNON SCHAFFLER. He died in 1987. Surviving are two sons, Merle of the home and Ronald of Enid; one daughter, Janetta Harris of Leroy, N.Y.; one sister, Henrietta Fleshman of Enid; two brothers, Raymond Hiebert of Sheldon, Mo., and James Hiebert of Buckeye, Ariz.; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, Vernon, she was preceded in death by one son, two brothers and two sisters.
**HIEBERT, Zelda R. (Richter)
See Zelda Richter
**HILL, Norma M. (Laubach)
See Norma M. Laubach
**HILZER, Elma (Rieb)
See Elma Rieb
**HINKLE, G. Pauline (Nichols)
See G. Pauline Nichols
b. 27 Jan 1864 - Russia
d. 7 Feb 1936
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 8 Feb 1936
Hinkel, John 1864-1936 - John Hinkel, 72, Friday morning (Feb. 7). Born in Russia on Jan. 27, 1864. Came to the US 35 years ago. He never married. A brother, Conrad Hinkel, resides in Portland OR.
**HINSHAW, Raemie Lou (Schultz)
See Raemie Lou Schultz
b. 1896 - Brooklyn, New York
d. Jul 1967
From Billings MT Gazette, Sunday 16 Jul 1967
DICKINSON, N.D.—Funeral services for Mrs. Joe Wolf, of Dickinson were Saturday. Born Katherine Hirsch in 1896 at Brooklyn, N.Y. Married to JOE WOLF. Surviving are 4 sons, Thomas Wolf of Milwaukee, Wis.; Jack and Casper, both of Dickinson, and Ray Wolf of Spokane, Wash., and 3 daughters, Mrs. Fred Polensky and Mrs. Albert Schaff, both of Spokane, and Mrs. Casper Siller of Great Falls.
b. abt 1904 - Hirschville, North Dakota
From Dickinson ND Press, Tuesday 2 Feb 1954
Milwaukee—Mrs. Theresa Schwindt, 50, died at Deaconess hospital. Born in Hirschville ND. The town where she was born was named after her father, Caspar Hirsch, who was postmaster there. She is survived by 2 daughters, Audrey and Beverly, both of Milwaukee; 2 sons, Pfc. John, Jr., in the army in Korea, and LeRoy, Milwaukee; a brother, John Hirsch, Milwaukee, and 3 sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bernitt, Medford WI, Mrs. Katherine Wolf, Dickinson ND and Mrs. Margaret Fischer, Sidney MT.
HIRSH, Victor H.
b. 17 Jun 1921
d. 22 May 2009 - Kinsley, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, May 24, 2009
KINSLEY - Victor H. Hirsh, 87, died May 22, 2009. Born June 17, 1921, to Frank J. and Mary Tasset and Josephine Schmitt. Married MARY JEAN MEYER. She survives. Other survivors include: son, David; daughters, Joan Stauth, Connie Bealor, Vicky Haskell and Betty Stegman; brothers, Clarence and Paul; sisters, Alfreda Lickleiter, Theresa Dome, Mildred Conrady and Christine Wright; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren
HOERNER, Adolph E.
b. 14 Jul 1904 - Hazen, North Dakota
d. 28 Oct 1977 - Whitefish
From Kalispell MT Daily Inter Lake, Monday 31 Oct 1977
Adolph E. Hoerner, 73, died Friday. Born at Hazen, N.D. on July 14, 1904, the son of Anton and Caroline Hoerner. Survived by seven brothers, John Hoerner and Frank Hoerner both of Kennewick, Wash., Willie Hoerner, Vince Hoerner, Tony Hoerner, Pete Hoerner and Roni Hoerner all of Columbia Falls; six sisters, Mrs. Tony (Millie) Gress, Mrs. George (Frances) Schmidt and Mrs. Ida Weiand all of Whitefish, Mrs. Ray (Regina) Weiand and Mrs. Don (Helen) Weiand all of Columbia Falls and Mrs. Jim (Rosie) Benns of California
b. 20 Oct 1877 - North Russia
d. 10 Sep 1940 - Missoula, Montana
From Kalispell MT Daily Inter Lake, Monday 16 Sep 1940
Antone Hoerner passed away 10 September 1940 at Missoula. Born October 20, 1877 in North Russia. Married MISS CAROLINE KRAFT. Survived by his wife at home, ten sons, John of Hamilton; Mike, Adolph, Tony, Jack, Frank, Willie, Vincent, and Peter, all of Columbia Falls, and eight daughters; Mrs. Carrie Ziegler of Bloomfield, Mrs. Francis Schmidt, Mrs. Amelie Erass, Mrs. Ida Weiand, Mrs. Rosie Benns, Regina, Helen and Hoiner Hoerner, all of Columbia Falls; also one brother, Vincent Hoerner of North Dakota, four sisters, Mrs. George Link of Yakima, Wash., Mrs. Sebastian Schutt of North Dakota, Mrs. John Polris of N. Dakota and Mrs. Joseph Brown of North Dakota. There are also 16 grandchildren surviving. Note: 13 members of the family were stricken with trichinosis, said by doctors to have been caused by eating home-cured pork. One son, Danny, died from the illness, and neighbors and relatives, 34 in all, were infected.
**HOERNER, Carolina (Kraft)
See Carolina Kraft
b. 28 Feb 1927 - Beulah, North Dakota
d. 26 Dec 1937 - Kalispell, Montana
From Kalispell MT Daily Inter Lake, Wednesday 29 Dec 1937
Daniel Hoerner passed away December 26, 1937 as a result of trichinoses with which the entire Hoerner family is affected. . Born Feb. 28, 1927 at Beulah, North Dakota.
b. 8 Aug 1886 - Russia
d. 11 Jul 1956 - Bismarck, North Dakota
From Bismarck Tribune, Saturday 14 Jul 1956
GLEN ULLIN - Henry Hoerner, 69, died Wednesday. Born in Russia, Aug. 8, 1886, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoerner. Married MARGARET HEGEL She preceded him in death. Survived by three sons, Peter, Augusta, Mont., John, Almont, and Martin, New Salem; three daughters, Mrs. Ed Fitterer and Mrs. Mathew Steckler, both of Glen Ullin, and Mrs. Tom Gustin, Mandan; a sister, Mrs. John Erhardt, Portland, Ore., and 19 grandchildren.
**HOERNER, Margaret (Weiler)
See Margaret Weiler
b. 17 Mar 1881 - Russia
d. 27 Jan 1954
From Bismarck Tribune, Friday 29 Jan 1954
Valentine Hoerner, 72, died Wednesday night. Born March 17, 1881, in Russia, Mr. Hoerner was the son of Frank and Barbara Thoma Hoerner. He came to the United States at the age of 12. Married ANNA HERMES. In addition to his widow he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Eva) Nelson, 217 Fifteenth St.; one son, Adam Hoerner, Sacramento, Calif.; 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. One son, Frank, preceded him in death.
HOFF, Alex, Sr.
b. 27 Jun 1917 - Greeley, Colorado
d. 1 Apr 2009 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald from 4/2/2009 - 4/5/2009 - Scottsbluff, NE
Alex Hoff, Sr., 91, passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2009. Born June 27, 1917, in Greeley, Colo. to Henry and Katherine (Cook) Hoff. Married MARY REXIUS. Survived by his children, Alex (Jane) Hoff, Jr. of Scottsbluff, Marvin (Diane) Hoff of Loveland, Colo., Tom (Kay) Hoff of Lincoln, Neb., and Sheri (Al-bert) Townsend of Buffalo, Wyo. Also leaves behind nine grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and one sister, Amelia Margheim. Preceded in death by his parents, wife, one brother, five sisters and one granddaughter.
b. 18 Aug 1883 - Odessa, South Russia
d. 10 Jul 1948
From Bismarck Tribune, Monday 12 Jul 1948
Hoff, Jacob 1883-1948 - Jacob Hoff, 64, died Saturday. Born Aug. 18, 1883 in Odessa, South Russia, the son of Mr. and Mrs. August Hoff. Married KATHRYN GROWER. In addition to his widow he leaves 10 children, Mrs. Robert Weiss, Mrs. Lelland Rogers, Mrs. Louise Stengel and Walter Hoff, all of Washburn; Mrs. Reinhold Jungling, Mrs. Amanda Robinson and Jacob Hoff, Jr., all of Bismarck; and Mrs. Lydia Schell, Mrs. Edward Anderson and LeRoy Hoff, all of Underwood. Also 10 grandchildren, a brother, Peter Hoff, Washburn; a foster brother, Fred Ehnes, Regan; and a foster sister, Mrs. Adam Klein, Bismarck. Two sons and a daughter preceded him in death.
HOFF, Kenneth M.
b. abt 1934
d. 22 Dec 2008
From Bismarck Tribune 1 Jan 09
Kenneth M. Hoff, 74, died Dec. 22, 2008. Kenneth was the husband of the late MARY ARLENE (nee WENDEL). Survived by his daughters, Marie Gibbons (Michael), Clarice Kelly (Kevin), Anne Hoff (Phil), Elaine Hoff (Rich), Aimee Wright (George) and Elise Hoff; his grandchildren, Joshua, George and Jamie Wright, of the greater Cleveland area; and brothers, Jim (Judy) Hoff, Carson, Lee (Karol) Hoff, Elgin; his sisters, Lee Ann Hoff, Boston, Bernadine Hoff and Marie Hoff, Bismarck. Preceded in death by his parents, Lee A. Hoff and Elizabeth (Froehlich) Hoff, Carson; and his sister, Eileen
d. 17 Sep 1954 - Dickinson, North Dakota
From Dickinson ND Press, Wednesday 22 Sep 1954
Mrs. Margaret Armbrust died Friday. Married to ANTON ARMBRUST . Survivors include her sons, Phillip Vogel, Mandan; Stanley Vogel, Mandan; Joseph Vogel, Mandan, Nick Vogel, Glen Ullin; Christ Vogel, Bismarck; Simon Vogel, Mandan, Frank Vogel, San Diego CA; Anton Vogel, Bismarck; and a daughter, Mrs. David Olheiser, Dickinson. There are 30 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Two sons preceded her in death.
b. 30 Sep 1925 - Billings, Montana
d. 1 Feb 2009 - Billings, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 5 Feb 2009
Albert Hofferber, 83, passed away Feb. 1, 2009. Born Sept. 30, 1925, in Billings. He was the third oldest of four brothers and four sisters born to Reinhold and Lydia (Lesser) Hofferber. Al was born in and retired in Billings. Married DELIA DAY, and spent the next 47 years of their lives together. Preceded in death by his parents; his wife Dal; brothers Ruben and Don; and sister Lila. Survived by his children, Rick of Billings, Perry of Bozeman, Cathey (Dennis) Brady of Missoula and Debbie (Malcolm) Turner of Maui; his grandchildren, Tim Hofferber of Billings, Nathan (Jamie) Hofferber of Florida, Cale Hofferber of California, Katy (Carl) Grassel of Bozeman, Adam (Myriah) Brady of Honolulu, currently stationed in Iraq, Sara Turner, Nicholas Turner of Maui, Matt (Joan) Brady, Brett (Cariann) Brady of Salt Lake City; great-grandchildren Hannah and Joshua of Salt Lake City. Also survived by his brothers, Leroy (Judy) of Missoula, Archie (Judy) of Billings; sisters, Alma Kramer of Billings, Joyce Collins of Portland, Ore., and Joan Hofferber of Billings; several nieces and nephews.
b. 10 Oct 1907 - Laurel, Montana
d. 22 Mar 1971 - Pompeys Pillar
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 24 Mar 1971 -
POMPEYS PILLAR—Alex Hofferber, 63, died Monday afternoon . He was found in his pickup truck about a quarter mile from his home, two miles west of Pompeys Pillar. Born Oct. 10, 1907, in Laurel, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hofferber. Married ELIZABETH KUNTZ. She died Aug. 11, 1965.
Survivors include three sons, Joseph A. of 819 7th St. W., James R. of 1332 Highway 10 E., and Allan T. of 822 ½ Lewis Ave.; three daughters, Mrs. Paul Grammens of 1828 Wyoming Ave., Mrs. Richard Jensen of Santa Ana CA, and Mrs. Louis Wise of 202 Jackson St.; three brothers, Jacob of 1924 Clark Ave., Reinhardt of 1249 N. 26th St., and Daniel of 2725 Broadwater Ave.; three sisters, Mrs. George J. Oblander of Ballantine, Mrs. George Geisick of Worden, and Mrs. Richard Zeeb of 4124 Francis Ave.; and 10 grandchildren.
**HOFFERBER, Elizabeth (Kuntz)
See Elizabeth Kuntz
b. 3 Oct 1876 - Russia
d. 14 Dec 1931
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 15 Dec 1931
Hofferber, George 1876-1931 - George Hofferber, 55, who was fatally crushed when he was caught between a heavy beet hauling wagon and a gate post at the Yegen sugar beet dump, died Monday.
Born in Russia, Oct. 3, 1876. Besides the widow and the sons, he is survived by 2 daughters, both of whom live in this vicinity, and a brother and 2 sisters in Russia. The daughters are Mrs. Henry Deines and Mrs. C. L. Auker. There are also 5 grandchildren.
HOFFERBER, Jacob J.
b. 8 Dec 1899 - Frank, Russia
d. 23 March 1976 - St. Vincent's Hospital
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 24 Mar 1976
Jacob J. Hofferber, 76, died Tuesday afternoon. Born Dec. 8, 1899, in Frank, Russia, the son of Katherine and George Hofferber. Married TILLIE REATHER. Survivors include the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Mike Kuchera of 2545 Wyoming Ave.; two sons, Jacob W. of 1239 Wicks Lane and Charles of 2108 Pine St.; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Rachel Giesick of 920 Mossman and Mrs. George Oblander of Ballantine and two brothers, Rhinehart of 1247 N. 26th St. and Dan of 2725 Broadwater Ave.
b. 8 Jun 1895 - Russia
d. 9 Jul 1952 - Wyandotte, Michigan
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 12 Jul 1952
John Hofferber, 57, died Wednesday. Born June 8, 1895, in Russia, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hofferber. Married WANDA ANDERSON. Survived by his wife, and two sons, John Hofferber, Jr., of Butte and George Hofferber who is in the army; two daughters, Mrs. Colley Almer of Vancouver, Wash., and Mrs. William Gahagen of 419 Howard avenue; five brothers, Jacob Hofferber of 1016 Roswind, Adam Hofferber and Alex Hofferber, both of Pompeys Pillar, Reinhart Hofferber of route 3, Billings, and Dan Hofferber of Billings; four sisters, Mrs. George Haun of Billings, Mrs. George Oblander of Ballantine, Mrs. George Giesick of Billings, Mrs. Richrd Zeeb of 33 Jackson; five grandchildren.
b. 8 Apr 1897 - Russia
d. 10 Aug 1968 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Monday 12 Aug 1968
Mrs. Mollie Haun, 71, died Saturday. Born in Russia, April 8, 1897, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hofferber. Came to Lincoln, Neb., with her parents in 1905. Married GEORGE HAUN. Surviving are a son, Donald, of Lakewood, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Stewart of Sheridan, Ore., and Mrs. Leona Loveless of Polson; four brothers, Jacob Hofferber of 1924 Clark Ave., Daniel Hofferber of 2725 Broadwater Ave., Alex Hofferber of Pompeys Pillar and Reinhart Hofferber of 1249 N. 26th St.; three sisters, Mrs. Rachel Giesick of Worden, Mrs. Lydia Oblander of Ballantine, and Mrs. Marie Zeeb of 4124 Frances Lane; one grandchild and three great-grandchildren.
**HOFFERBER, Tillie Ann (Reather)
See Tillie Ann Reather
HOFFMAN, Anna Jane
b. 20 Oct 1921 - Wichita, Kansas
d. 30 Jan 2009 - Las Cruces, New Mexico
Wichita Eagle - Sunday, February 15, 2009
Fair, Anna Jane Hoffman, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, January 30, 2009. Born to Arthur and Altha (Tessa) Hoffman on October 20, 1921 in Wichita. Anny is survived by DALE FAIR, her husband of thirty years, and her three sons and their families, Chuck and Annette Hunner of Asheville, N.C.; Jon, Mary Ellen, and Harley Hunner of Las Cruces; and Peter Hunner, Maibritt Jonsson, and Tess and Benjamin Hunner of Gudhjem, Denmark. Also survived by Reed and Carolie Hoffman of Enterprise, Mary Jean McDonald of Kansas City, Virginia Hoffman of Abilene, Jeremy Forbes of La Jolla, California and Hunter Hoffman of Seattle.
**HOFFMAN, Arlevia (Heinze)
See Arlevia Heinze
**HOFFMAN, Bertha G. Schulz (Steinert)
See Bertha G. Steinert
HOFFMAN, Joseph Ludwig
b. 12 Sep 1897 - Richardton, North Dakota
d. 18 May 1973 - Glendive, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 19 May 1973
GLENDIVE—Joseph Ludwig Hoffman, 75, died Friday. Born Sept. 12, 1897, in Richardton ND, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Hoffman. Married KATHERINE HOFFMAN. Survivors include the widow, two daughters, Mrs. Delilah Theis of Phoenix AZ, Mrs. Lucille Connolly, of Missoula; two sisters, Mrs. Henry Latz of Mandan, Mrs. Elizabeth Schaff, of Fort Yates ND; a brother, Val, of West Yellowstone; 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren
b. 16 Oct 1917 - Mandan, North Dakota
d. 4 May 1969 - Billings, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Tuesday 6 May 1969
Mrs. Louis S. Keller, 51, Livingston, died Sunday. Born Margaret Hoffman, Oct. 16, 1917 in Mandan, ND, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hoffman. Married MR. (LOUIS) KELLER. Survivors include the widower; a son, Gary, Pueblo, CO; 3 daughters, Mrs. Howard Sampson, Kalispell, Kathleen and Judith, both of Livingston; a brother, Adam J. Hoffman, Torrance, CA; 2 sisters, Mrs. Joe Hoffman and Mrs. Robert Mertens, both of Glendive.
**HOFFMAN, Mary Katherine Nusz (Wolfe)
See Mary Katherine Wolfe
**HOFFMAN, Monica (Matz)
See Monica Matz
**HOFFMAN, Ottilia (Froelich)
See Ottilia Froelich
**HOFFMAN, Sophie (Krause)
See Sophie Krause
**HOFFMAN, Susan (Dietz)
See Susan Dietz
b. 24 Apr 1870 - South Russia
From Bismarck Tribune, Tuesday 4 May 1954
Hoffman, Timothy 1870-1954 - Hazen—Timothy Hoffman, 84, died Wednesday. Born in South Russia on April 24, 1870, the son of Ferdinand and Julianna Strow Hoffman. Married ALBINA NOLT.
Survived by 6 daughters, Mrs. Ross (Kathryn) Strowbridge, Victoria TX; Mrs. Jerry (Eva) Moriarity, Beach; Mrs. Vernon (Barbara) Schraider, El Cajon CA; Mrs. John (Sarafina) Maichel, Hazen; Mrs. Harry (Mary) Beauregard, Antioch CA and Miss Lucy Hoffman, San Diego CA, and 3 sons, Mike, Grafton; Jacob, St. Paul MN and Gabe, Butte MT.
HOGAN, Carol A.
b. 19 Jul 1942
d. 27 Dec 2008 - Great Bend, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Monday, December 29, 2008
GREAT BEND - Carol A. Strobel, 66, died Dec. 27, 2008. Born July 19, 1942. Married GEORGE STROBEL. He survives. Other survivors include: a son, Chris; a daughter, Rebecca Strobel; brother, Virgil Hogan; and three grandchildren, Kelsey Strobel, Colton Weaver, and Allison Weaver.
HOHENSINNER, Judy M.
b. 18 Sep 1947 - Kansas City, Missouri -
d. 9 October 2008 - Blue Springs, Missouri
From The Examiner - October 10, 2008
Blue Springs, MO — Judy M. Blatt, 61, passed away, Thursday, October 9, 2008. Born September 18, 1947 in Kansas City, MO to Richard M. and Marie (Grinzinger) Hohensinner. Married to GARY BLATT; he survives. Other survivors include; a daughter, Michelle L. Blatt of Blue Springs, MO; 2 sons, Erick M. Blatt and his wife Becky and Paul J. Blatt all of Blue Springs, MO; her mother, Marie Hohensinner of Independence, MO; 4 brothers, Richard Hohensinner of Independence, MO, Greg Hohensinner of Leavenworth, KS, David Hohensinner of Kansas City, MO and Phil Hohensinner of Independence, MO; 2 sisters, Linda Hohensinner of Lake Lotawana, MO and Johanna Trombino of Kansas City, MO and 2 grandchildren, Tyler and Alison Blatt.
**HOHENSINNER, Marie Catherine (Grinzinger)
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b. 1914 - Nappenee, Indiana
d. May 1962
From Billings MT Gazette, Wednesday 16 May 1962
BEACH, N.D.—Harold Hollar, of Beach, died at the Johnstone Memorial Hospital. Born in 1914 in Nappenee, Ind. Married ROSE WIRTZ. Survived by his wife, 4 sons, and 2 daughters; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hollar, 1 brother, Francis Hollar and 1 sister, Mrs. Glen Lohmann, all of rural Beach.
**HOLLOWAY, Margaret Louise (Knight)
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b. 12 May 1852 - Berlin
d. 9 Dec 932 - Park City
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 10 Dec 1932
Fink, Mary (Holtz) 1852-1932 - Mrs. Mary Holtz Fink, 80, died Friday evening. Born in Berlin, May 12, 1852. Married JOHN FINK who preceded her in death. Was the mother of 10 children, nine of whom survive. They are Will Fink of Seward NE, Charles Fink of Utica KS, Mrs. Andrew McClanahan of Murray UT, Ed Fink of Bakersfield CA, Clyde Harrison Fink of Scottsbluff, Elmer Fink of Sidney, Herman Fink of Park City and Mrs. Charles Larson of Salt Lake City UT. She also is survived by 31 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
**HOMMERTZHEIM, Patricia A. (Jacobs)
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b. 12 May 1888 - Russia
d. 18 Jun 1955
From Dickinson Press 21 Jun 1955
Hondl, Joseph 1888-1955 - Joseph Hondl, 67, died Saturday, June 18, (1955). Born in Russia, May 12, 1888. Married to MARY KINEL. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Hondl, 2 sons, Ludwig of Dickinson and Albert at home; one grandchild and 4 brothers and 4 sisters. The brothers are Frank, James and Thomas of Tacoma WA; and Anton of Dickinson, and sisters, Mrs. Anton Dvorak, Dickinson and Mary, Emma and Minnie of Tacoma WA
**HOPP, Sarah Leis (Grasmick)
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**HOPP, Sherla J. Burkey (Schulz)
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**HORN, Verda H. (Krehbiel)
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HORNUNG, Emma Lauris
b. 10 Apr 1925
d. 12 Dec 2008
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, December 16, 2008.
SPEARVILLE - Emma Lauris Issinghoff, 83, died Dec. 12, 2008. Born April 10, 1925, the daughter of Albert and Emma Mary (Droste) Hornung. Married ROBERT L. ISSINGHOFF. He died Aug. 25, 2001. Survivors include: sons, Giles and Dr. Chad; daughter, Lydia Salmans; sister, Zelma Knoeber; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Daughters of Isabella Rosary 4 p.m. Tuesday, Vigil 7 p.m. Tuesday and Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, all at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Spearville.
**HOSTUTLER, Lorene (Laubhan)
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b. 13 Sep 1920 - Columbus, Montana
d. 23 Jan 2009 - Columbus, Montana
From Billings Gazette, Billings, MT - 26 Jan 2009
COLUMBUS - Margaret Woltermann passed away Jan. 23, 2009. Born in Columbus Sept. 13, 1920, to Jacob and Ida (Ridnour) Huck. Married ART WOLTERMANN. Preceded in death by her husband Art of 67 years; her parents Jake and Ida Huck; brothers Richard and Earl Huck and sister Alma Kern. Survived by two daughters: Wanda (Bob) Eastlick and Linda (Butch) Kurtz; grandchildren Brenda Eastlick, Kristy (Nick) Kronfuss, Greg Eastlick, Tom (Jenny) Kurtz and Dustin (Annie) Kurtz. She had three great-grandchildren Nicole, Brett and Meghan Kronfuss. Also surviving is one brother Jacob Stanley (Jean) Huck.
b. 26 Jan 1885 - Russia
d. 15 Nov 1966
From Walla Walla WA Union Bulletin, Thursday 17 Nov 1966
Huether, Christian 1885-1966 - Christian Huether died Tuesday (Nov. 15). Born in Russia on Jan. 26, 1885. He and his wife were married in Walla Walla. She survives him at the home, as do two daughters, Mrs. Clayton (Elizabeth) Hanson of Willows CA and Mrs. Harry (Freida) Walker of Opportunity WA; one son, Herman Huether of Spokane; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Leon (Emma) Blankenship of San Diego CA, and Mrs. Don (Alma) Statham; four stepsons, Bill and Aaron Weis of Milton-Freewater, Ray Weis of Walla Walla and Harold Weis of Roslyn WA; 14 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.
**HUFF, Arlene A. Sturman (Goetz)
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HUFF, Robert J.
b. 28 Feb 1897 - Mandan, North Dakota
d. 5 Sep 1954 - Mandan, North Dakota
From Bismarck Tribune, Thursday 9 Sep 1954
Robert J. Huff, 57, died Sunday. Mr. Huff, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Huff, was born in Mandan Feb. 28, 1897. Married REGINA JACQUES. Besides his wife, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. William (Dorothy) Christman, Mandan, and Mrs. Phil (Marie) Zueger, Riverdale; and seven grandchildren. Surviving brothers and sisters include: Mrs. Adam B. Stolz, Tacoma WA; Mrs. Andrew Ferderer, Tacoma; and Mrs. Matt Reisenauer, Tacoma. His half brothers are George A. Boehm, Mandan; Christ Boehm, Tacoma; and his half sister, Mrs. Charles Flakker, Mandan. A step brother is Ray Boehm, Glendive, Mont., and step sisters are: Mrs. J. J. Ferderer, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Jack Kelly, Livingston, Mont.; Mrs. George Haider, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Mrs. Fred Stabler, Oakland, Calif. Pallbearers were Archie Brunelle, Fred Wirtz, Fritz Froelich, Harold Blandin, Stanley Vogel and R. T. Larson.
**HUFF, Thelma C. (Ponson)
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HUMISTON, James L.
b. 14 Dec 1934
d. 27 May 1967 - Spokane
From Bismarck Tribune, 1967
James L. Humiston, 32, drowned in Spokane May 27 (1967) when a boat capsized in the Pend O’Reille River. Born in Edgar, Dec. 14, 1934, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Humiston. Married REGINA STOCKERT. Survivors include the widow; his parents of Bozeman; one son, Wade, 6; a daughter, Vickey, 9; two brothers, Bob, Spokane and Jeff, Bozeman; two sisters, Mrs. John Raines, Witchita, Kan. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy, Spokane; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hetland Note: Deceased 1967
**HUMPHREY, Lenora C. (Ochs)
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b. 5 Mar 1910 - Dunn County, North Dakota
d. 26 Feb 1956
From Dickinson Press, 29 Feb 1956
Hushka, Anton J. 1910-1956 - Anton J. Hushka died Sunday, Feb. 26, (1956). Born in Dunn County, March 5, 1910, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hushka. Married to MARY KLEMM. Five children were born to them. They are Mary Ann, 17, Shirley Mae, 15, twins Jay and Ray, 9. One child died in infancy. Survivors besides the wife and children are his father, Joseph Hushka, Dickinson; 3 brothers, Joseph, Manning; Henry, South Heart; and William, Eugene OR; 6 sisters, Mrs. Ralph Heiser, Dickinson; Mrs. Anton Hanel, Dickinson; Anna Lubtak, Belfield; Mrs. James Olheiser, New England; Mrs. Frank Schmidt, Dickinson; and Mrs. Frank Haller, Dickinson.
b. 1900 - Dunn County, North Dakota
d. Jun 1969 - Dickinson, North Dakota
From Billings MT Gazette, Sunday 15 Jun 1969
DICKINSON, ND - John Hushka, 69, died in a Dickinson hospital. Born in 1900 in Dunn County ND, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hushka. Married PAULINE BERGER. Survivors include the widow; 2 sons, Andrew, Belle Fourche, SD and Floyd, Dickinson; 7 daughters, Mrs. Dominic Spero, Brooklyn, Mrs. Gordon Morkel, Bismarck, Mrs. Nick Wood, Rocker, Mrs. Herb Dobits, Dickinson, Mrs. Robert Heinemeyer, Sheldon, WA, Mrs. Peter Ficek, New England, ND, and Alice, Dickinson.
b. 15 Mar 1863 - Austria
d. Jun 1956 - Belfield
From Bismarck Tribune, Thursday 7 Jun 1956
BELFIELD - Joseph Hushka, 94, Belfield, died Saturday. Born in Austria, March 15, 1863, the son of Andrew and Lydia Hushka. Came to the United States in 1877. Married AGNES RAMBOUSEK, who preceded him in death. Survived by two sons, Joseph, Manning, and Henry, Dickinson; six daughters, Mrs. Anna Luptak, Belfield; Mrs. Anton (Mary) Hanel, Dickinson; Mrs. Frank (Emma) Haller, Dickinson; Mrs. Frank (Minnie) Schmidt, Dickinson; Mrs. Ralph (Lydia) Heiser, Eugene, Ore., and Mrs. James (Harriet) Olheiser, New England; 27 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren
**HUSCHKA, Pauline Josephine (Koch)
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b. 22 Feb 1869 - Russia
d. 27 Jun 1946
From Walla Walla WA, Union Bulletin, Thursday 27 Jun 1946
Huther, Katherine (____) 1869-1946 - Mrs. Katherine Huther, aged 77, died Thursday morning .
Born in Russia February 22, 1869. Surviving are the husband SIMON HUTHER, College Place, eight daughters and five sons. There are also five sisters and a brother. The children are Mrs. Fred Bechdholt, Olds, Alta., Can.; Mrs. Eva Smithkie, Forestburg, Alta., Can.; Mrs. John Reichenbach, Belloy, Alta, Can.; Mrs. Ediwn Leiseke, Lacombe, Alta., Can., Mrs. Ben Hanson, Milwaukee OR; Mrs. Harold Wagner, Walla Walla; Mrs. Clyde Onstead, Spokane; Mrs. Buford Rogers, Lewiston ID; Albert Huther, Carbon, Alta., Can.; Dan Huther, Sequim WA; Reinhold Huther, Sam Huther and Bennie Huther, all of Beiseker, Alta., Can.
b. 1890 - Russia
d. 14 Apr 1956
From Dickinson Press, Tuesday 17 Apr 1956
Hutmacher, Lukas 1890-1956 - Lukas Hutmacher died Saturday, April 14 (1956). Born in Russia in 1890, the son of Seraphina and Joe Hutmacher. Married to SERAPHINA URLACHER in 1912. Seven children were born to them, five of whom survive him with his wife. The children are Anton, Grafton; jack, Lead SD; Joseph, Manning; Katy Huch, Keldron SD; and Barbara Stroh, Manning. Other survivors are 24 grandchildren and a brother, Jordan Hutmacher, St. Paul MN.
HUTZENBIELER, John M.
b. 18 Apr 1918 - Amidon, North Dakota
d. 15 Sep 1971 - Powell, Wyoming
From Billings MT Gazette, Friday 17 Sep 1971
POWELL, Wyo.—John M. Hutzenbieler, 53, died Wednesday. Born April 18, 1918, in Amidon ND, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hutzenbieler Sr. Married EVELYN LEE HUSKEY. Survivors include the widow; 2 sons, Army Spec. 4 William E. Hutzenbieler in Vietnam and John R. Hutzenbieler of Red Lodge; 5 brothers, Louie of Sidney NE, George of Fromberg, and Carl, Mike and Ronald all of Billings; 6 sisters, Mrs. Minnie Broem of Seattle, Mrs. Helen Snyder of Billings, and Mrs. Tillie Christman, Mrs. Magdalene Peters and Mrs. Kathryn Buechler all of Fromberg, and Mrs. Barbara Risenauer of New England ND.
b. 10 Mar 1901
d. 14 Sep 1963
From Billings MT Gazette, Thursday 19 Sep 1963
Hutzenbiler, Christ (1901)-1963 - DICKINSON, N.D.— Christ Hutzenbiler, 62, died 14 Sept 1963.
ND Dept Health Public Death Index – born 10 Mar 1901, died 14 Sep 1963) Born in Russia. Married KATHERINE HAVERLUK. He is survived by his wife and children, Mrs. Carl Koffman of Sacramento CA, Angeline, Christ Jr. and Rose at home; Jim of Moab UT; and Peter and Daniel at home.
b. 1878 - Odessa, Russia
d. 24 Aug 1951 - Fromberg, Montana
From Billings MT Gazette, Saturday 25 Aug 1951
John Hutzenbiler, 73, died Friday. Born in Odessa, Russia, in 1878. Came from Russia in 1898. Married Rose SCHMIDT. In addition to his wife, he is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Don F. Snyder of 501 Second street west; Mrs. Fred Boehm of Seattle, Mrs. William Christman and Mrs. Martin Peters of Belfry, Mrs. Jack Reisenauer of Dickinson and Mrs. Carl Buechler of Fromberg; five sons, Louis Hutzenbiler of Dalton, Neb., Mike Hutzenbiler and Carl Hutzenbiler of Lovell, Wyo., John Hutzenbiler of Powell, Wyo., and George Hutzenbiler of Fromberg; six brothers; four sisters; 37 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
**HUTZENBILER, Rosa Magdalena (Schmidt)
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