THE ANGELBECK FAMILY
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Descendants of Henry Angelbeck


Generation No. 1
1. HENRY1 ANGELBECK was born in Germany. He married LOUSIE EVERS. She was born ABT 1850 in Turein, Germany, and died April 12, 1928 in Hammond, Minnesota.

Notes for HENRY ANGELBECK:
"History of Wabasha County" 920, page 675
(www.rootsweb.com/~mnwabbio/wab3.htm) Barbara Timm

Angelbeck, Henry, now living retired in Plainview after an active agricultural career in Highland Township, was born in Germany, where he grew to manhood. Like other German youths, he was obliged to serve in the army, and took part in the Franco-German war of 1870. In 1872 he came to the United States, first locating in Cincinnati, where he remained for a year. Then coming to Wabasha County, Minnesota, he bought and settled on 160 acres of land in Glasgow Township. The tract was wild and largely covered with timber, which he cleared off, first building a small log house. In 1897 he moved to Highland Township, buying 175 acres in sections 4 and 9. On this farm in 1897 he built a new frame house of nine room; a barn 30 by 68 feet, and a granary 30 by 34, with a lean-to 14 by 34. Here he farmed successfully until 1909, in which year he retired and removed to Plainview. Henry Angelbeck married Louise Evers, who, like himself, was born in Germany. They have had a family of six children, of whom four are now living: Mary, wife of Frank Deming, Jr.; Lizzie, wife of George Passe of Merrifield, Minn.; and Theresa, wife of William Passe of the same place. (son John J. is not listed) Those deceased are Henry and Anna. Mr. Angelbeck was formaly supervisor in Glasgow Township. In religion he and his wife are Catholics, and are people well known and highly esteemed.

(The biography refers to six children, but only lists five, omitting John J. It is interesting that three of the girls married three Passe siblings.)

More About HENRY ANGELBECK:
Emigration: 1972, Germany to U. S. A.
Military service: 1870, Franco-Prussia War
Religion: Roman Catholic

Notes for LOUSIE EVERS:
Obituary, Wabasha Hearld Paper, April 19, 1928

Mrs. Louise Evers Angelback who has been one of the old settlers of this county passed away at the home of her daughter Mrs. George Passe, at Hammond last Thursday, April 12 after an illness of the past two years. She was seventy-eight years of age. She was born at Turein Germany and came to this country at the age of twenty-eight. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. George Passe, Mrs. William Passe of Hammond and Mrs. Frank Deming of Plainview and by one son Joseph J. Angelbeck of Conception. She is also survived by one brother Ignatius Evers of Conception.

The body was brought to Theilman and taken to the church of the Immaculate Conception at Conception last Saturday where services were held at 10 o'clock and burila was made in St. Peter and St. Paul's cemetery

More About LOUSIE EVERS:
Burial: St. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Wabasha Co., Minnesota
Emigration: ABT 1878, Germany to U. S. A.
Religion: Roman Catholic

Children of HENRY ANGELBECK and LOUSIE EVERS are:
2.i. JOHN J. "JOSEPH J."2 ANGELBECK, b. February 12, 1880, Glasgow Twp., Wabasha Co., Minnesota.
2.ii. LIZZIE ANGELBECK, m. GEORGE B. PASSE; b. February 26, 1886, Minnesota; d. March 14, 1997, Minnesota.

More About LIZZIE ANGELBECK:
Residence: 1928, Hammond, Minnesota

Notes for GEORGE B. PASSE:
Minnesota Death Index: George B. Passe d. 3/14/1997 Wabasha Mother's maiden name "Schuth"
2.iii. THERESA ANGELBECK, m. WILLIAM ANTON PASSE; b. January 22, 1888, Minnesota; d. December 21, 1961, Wabasha Co., Minnesota.

More About THERESA ANGELBECK:
Residence: 1928, Hammond, Minnesota

Notes for WILLIAM ANTON PASSE:
Minnesota Death Index: George B. Passe d. 3/14/1997 Wabasha Mother's maiden name "Schuth"
2.iv. MARY ANGELBECK, m. FRANK DEMING, JR..

More About MARY ANGELBECK:
Residence: 1928, Plainview, Minnesota
2.v. HENRY ANGELBECK.
2.vi. ANNA ANGELBECK.

Generation No. 2
2. JOHN J. "JOSEPH J."2 ANGELBECK (HENRY1) was born February 12, 1880 in Glasgow Twp., Wabasha Co., Minnesota. He married CAROLINE MARGARET PASSE 1907 in Wabasha, Wabasha Co., Minnesota, daughter of JOHANN PASSE and MARIA SCHUTH. She was born June 7, 1881 in Minnesota.

Notes for JOHN J. "JOSEPH J." ANGELBECK:
"History of Wabasha County" 920, page 676
(www.rootsweb.com/~mnwabbio/wab3.htm) Barbara Timm

Angelbeck, John J., and active and successful farmer of Highland Township, was born in Glasgow Township, Wabasha County, Minn., February 12, 1880, son of Henry and Louise (Evers) Angelbeck. He was reared on the home farm and acquired his education in the district school, and he accompanied the family when in 1897 they moved to sections 45 and 9, Highland Township. Up to the age of 27 years he engaged in assisting his father. Then for two years he operated the home farm under rental, subsequently buying it. Here he has since followed general farming and stock raising, breeded cattle, hogs and shiip, and with the intention of specializing in hogs, Holstein cattle and sheep in the future. And active citizen, he was supervisor of Highland Township two years. He is a Catholic in religion and a member of the Knights of Columbus. Mr. Angelbeck was married at Wabasha in 1907 to Caroline Passe, daughter of Herman and Anna (Shut) Passe. Her parents were natives of Germny who came to Wabasha County, Minnesota, two years before the Angelbeck family, settling in Glasgow Township on a farm. Later they removed to a farm within the city limits of Wabasha, where they are now living. Mr. and Mrs. Angelbeck have eight children: Mary, Margaret, Joseph, Agnes, Albert, Bernadine, Clara and Paul, all residing at hom and four attending school.

More About JOHN J. "JOSEPH J." ANGELBECK:
Residence: Conception, Minnesota

Children of JOHN ANGELBECK and CAROLINE PASSE are:

i. MARY3 ANGELBECK.
ii. MARGARET ANGELBECK.
iii. JOSEPH ANGELBECK.
iv. AGNES ANGELBECK.
v. ALBERT ANGELBECK.
vi. BERNADINE ANGELBECK.
vii. CLARA ANGELBECK.
viii. PAUL ANGELBECK.


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