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OCONTO COUNTY
Wisconsin
FAMILIES and BIOGRAPHIES

 .BAKEMAN.

Researched and contributed by descendant: Janet McNeil


Descendants of John Bakeman

As in all my research, this is a work in progress. There may be inaccuracies, but I’m always trying to improve

If you have info you’d like to share, please contact me.  Janet McNeil

Generation No. 1

      1.  John1 Bakeman was born 1808 in Germany, and died May 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Sophia Wenkstand.  She was born 1808 in Germany, and died 1891 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Sophia Wenkstand:

In 1870 census, Sophia Bakeman, age 67, is residing with the David and Eliza Heidenwurth family in Peshtigo, Wisconsin.

In 1880 census, living with daughter, Eliza.
     

Children of John Bakeman and Sophia Wenkstand are:

+     2              i.   Henry2 Bakeman, born Aug 1831 in Mecklinburg, Germany; died Apr 1912 in Coleman, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

+     3              ii.   Sophia Bakeman, born Abt. 1832 in Germany; died Abt. 1911 in Wisconsin, United States.

+     4             iii.   John Bakeman, born Sep 1833 in Mecklinburg, Germany; died 16 Feb 1920 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

+     5             iv.   Dorothea Charlotte Bakeman, born 02 May 1835 in Germany; died 04 Feb 1891 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

+     6              v.   Eliza Bakeman, born 18 Mar 1841 in Germany; died 17 Sep 1920 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Generation No. 2

      2.  Henry2 Bakeman (John1) was born Aug 1831 in Mecklinburg, Germany, and died Apr 1912 in Coleman, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Magdalena Mary Kratz Abt. 1853 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, daughter of Adam Kratz and Elisabeth.  She was born 01 Dec 1839 in Prussia, and died 30 Apr 1906 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.
 

Notes for Henry Bakeman:

Commemorative Biographical Record of the West Shore of Green Bay, Wisconsin, pages 584 and 585, published 1896:  HENRY BAKEMAN, a well-known and prosperous farmer of Grover township, Marinette County, is the oldest living settler of that township, having resided there since 1853, and his home has been in Marinette county since 1843.  The parents of our subject, John and Sophia (Wendstand) Bakeman, were born and reared in Germany, and in 1841 emigrated with their family to the United States, for about two years making their home in western New York.

(Marinette, April 19, 1912:  DIED AT COLEMAN - Henry Bakeman Sr. Past (sic) Away At Home of Daughter. Friday Afternoon.  Henry Bakeman Jr. received the sad news last evening of the death of his father, Henry Bakeman Sr. at Coleman. The latter was residing there with his daughter, Mrs. Charles May. His death was due to old age. He was 82 years old. He was well known in this city where he lived for some time. His remains will be brought to Marinette for interment. He is survived by six sons and one daughter, three of his sons, Henry, August and Arthur Bakeman residing in Marinette.

(note: Amazingly,  Mr. Henry Bakeman and wife Mary Bakeman, sons John, Henry, Adolph, August, Martin and baby  Emily survived the Great Peshtigo Fire of October 8, 1871 on their homestead in town of Peshtigo by taking refuge in the pit water well on the farm and covering themselves with wet blankets as the fire roared over them. Henry, his father Crist Bakeman and his brother John also a fire survivor at other homesteads, and were born in Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg), now part of Germany, His wife Mary was born in Darmstadt, now also a part of Germany. Other extended family members also survived the fire on their town of Peshtigo homesteads.) Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page.


Notes for Magdalena Mary Kratz:

Marinette, April 30, 1906: The death of Mary Magdalene, wife of Henry Bakeman, occurred Monday afternoon at their home in this city, 902 Miller Street, in the Second ward. Her final illness was of six months duration, although she had not enjoyed good health for a long period of twenty years.

The deceased was born in Germany 67 years ago, coming to America when 13 years of age. She was married to her surviving husband, Henry Bakeman, in Milwaukee, and for forty years they resided in Grover (originally town of Peshtigo, Oconto County) this county, removing to Marinette about 6 years ago, purchasing the residence which they since occupied.

The husband and six children, Henry, Adolph, August, Arthur, Frank and Mrs. Charles (Emily) May were assembled at the bedside of the wife and mother when Death claimed its victim. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at nine o'clock from Our Lady of Lourdes church, the Rev. F. G. Tulley officiating.

Mrs. Bakeman passed through the terrible ordeal of the Peshtigo Fire by seeking refuge in a well.

(note: Oldest son John is not mentioned in this obituary. Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )
   

Children of Henry Bakeman and Magdalena Kratz are:

       7              i.   John3 Bakeman, born Abt. 1858 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died in Portland, Oregon, United States.

+     8              ii.   Henry C. Bakeman, born 1861 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died Aft. 1930 in United States.

       9             iii.   Otto Bakeman, born Sep 1862 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 18 Mar 1935 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States. Notes for Otto Bakeman:

In 1900 census, living with Samuel May family.

       10           iv.   Adolph Bakeman, born 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

+     11            v.   August J Bakeman, born 10 Mar 1866 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 26 Apr 1926 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

+     12           vi.   Martha Bakeman, born 31 Jan 1868 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 06 Dec 1945 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       13           vii.   Emily Bakeman, born Feb 1870 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Aft. 1912 in Coleman, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Charles May; born Abt. 1868; died in Wisconsin, United States.

       14          viii.   Edward Bakeman, born 1872 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

       15           ix.   Clary Bakeman, born 1875 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

+     16            x.   Arthur Bakeman, born 07 Feb 1880 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died in United States.

+     17           xi.   Francis August Bakeman, born 26 Mar 1882 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Aft. 1930.

      3.  Sophia2 Bakeman (John1) was born Abt. 1832 in Germany, and died Abt. 1911 in Wisconsin, United States.  She married Edward Kintner.  He was born Abt. 1830 in Germany, and died in Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Sophia Bakeman:

FOUR GENERATIONS' HEAD DIES AGED 83. Mrs. E. C. Kittner Succumbs of Old Age and Effects of Hot Weather. Funeral Services Will Be Held at Moravian Church Tomorrow Woman Lived Here Over 40 Years Son and Daughter Left

Mrs. E. (Edward) C. Kittner, a resident of Green Bay for two score years and the head of four generations, died Saturday evening from the effects of old age at her home at 309 South Washinton street. Mrs. Kittner had bee in comparatively good health and her death was unexpected. It is believed the hot weather had some effect toward hastening the end. Mrs. Kittner was 83 years old.

The funeral service will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the east side Moravian church by Rev. Otto Heise. The interment will be at Woodlawn. Mrs. Kittner was born in Germany in 1828 and came to America 60 years ago. After the Peshtigo Fire she moved to this city in 1871.

Son John E. Kittner and a daughter, Helen Kittner survive her. Besides then there are several grandchildren and great grandchildren.  (notes: Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )

 Children of Sophia Bakeman and Edward Kintner are:

       18             i.   John3 Kintner, born Abt. 1850 in Wisconsin, United States.

       19            ii.   Helen Kintner, born Abt. 1850 in Wisconsin, United States.

      4.  John2 Bakeman (John1) was born Sep 1833 in Mecklinburg, Germany, and died 16 Feb 1920 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.  He married Dorothea Louise Bartels Abt. 1858 in Wisconsin, United States, daughter of Johan Bartels and Anna Schutt.  She was born 01 Jun 1839 in Crivitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, and died 22 Mar 1930 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

Notes for John Bakeman:

Snohomish, Washington, February 1920: SNOHOMISH PIONEER CITIZEN PASSES AWAY.  John Bakeman, pioneer of Snohomish died Monday night, February 16, after a short illness, aged 86 years. He passed away at his home on Avenue B near Fourth Street. He is survived by his wife Louisa Bakeman; five sons, C. H. Bakeman and W. E. Bakeman of Snohomish and George Bakeman of Seattle, and John Bakeman of Oakland, Cal.; one daughter Mrs. H. Jackson of Seattle, seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Mr. Bakeman came to Snohomish in 1884 from Peshtigo, Wis.  He purchased a 190 acre ranch just east of town, most of which he still owned at the time of his death. Mr. Bakeman was held in high esteem by all who knew him.

Funeral services will be held Sunday at 1:30 at the Bakeman chapel. The Odd Fellows' lodge, of which the deceased was a member, will have charge of the funeral, and burial will be made in G. A. R. cemetery.

(Note: John Bakeman married Louisa Dorothea Bartels Bakeman.  The Bartels and the Bakeman Families came from Crivitz, Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg), now part of Germany.  His wife, father-in-law Crist Bartels, three sons, George, John, Charles and one daughter Emily lived on their homestead in town of Peshtigo, somehow surviving the Great Peshtigo Fire of October 8, 1871 that took an estimated 1,500 lives. They continued to live there until 1884 when the family moved to Snohomish, Washington) (notes: Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )

Notes for Dorothea Louise Bartels:

Daily Herald, Snohomish, Washington, March 4, 1930:  Dorothea Bakeman Removed By Death. Mother of Mayor of Snohomish passes On, Was a Pioneer.

Mrs. Louisa Dorothea Bakeman, 90, a pioneer of Snohomish and mother of Mayor C. H. Bakeman if Snohomish, died Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of her son, W.E. Bakeman, one mile east of Snohomish on the Monroe paved highway. Mrs. Bakeman, while with her husband, John Bakeman purchased a 170 acre farm then upon coming to Snohomish 46 years ago, had gone to sleep late in the afternoon and passed quietly away.  Mrs. Bakeman was born June 1839, at Crivitz, Germany and came to the United States when she was 15 years old, going to near Chicago. She and her husband pioneered twice, first in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, and later here. Mr. Bakeman died ten years ago.

Mrs. Bakeman is survived  by four sons, W. E. and C. J. Bakeman of Snohomish and George and John F. Bakeman of Seattle; one daughter, Mrs. Emma Jackson of Snohomish, nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services have been set for Tuesday ar 2 pm at Bakeman and Whute's chapel where Christian Science services will be read. Interment will bee in the family plot at G.A.R. cemetery.

(Note: The Bartels and the Bakeman Families came from Crivitz, Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg), now part of Germany.  Louisa Dorothea Bartels Bakeman, her husband John, father Crist Bartels, three sons, George, John, Charles and one daughter Emily lived in town of Peshtigo, surviving the Great Peshtigo Fire of October 8, 1871. They continued to live there until 1884 when the family moved to Snohomish, Washington) (notes: Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )  

Children of John Bakeman and Dorothea Bartels are:

+     20             i.   George3 Bakeman, born Jan 1859 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 29 Apr 1946 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

+     21            ii.   Charles Henry Bakeman, born Dec 1860 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 30 Sep 1953 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

+     22           iii.   Emma C Bakeman, born 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 20 Nov 1945 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

+     23           iv.   John F Bakeman, born Feb 1865 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died Sep 1939 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

+     24            v.   Winfred Ernest Bakeman, born 03 Dec 1875 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died Aft. 1930 in Washington, United States.

      5.  Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman (John1) was born 02 May 1835 in Germany, and died 04 Feb 1891 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Henry Bartels Abt. 1855, son of Johan Bartels and Anna Schutt.  He was born 01 Jul 1826 in Crivitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, and died 29 Jun 1892 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Henry Bartels:  Not on the 1880 census with Dora and family.    

Children of Dorothea Bakeman and Henry Bartels are:

+     25             i.   Elizabeth Louisa3 Bartels, born 14 Feb 1856 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, USA; died 22 Feb 1934 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

+     26            ii.   Frederick Henry Bartels, born 27 Mar 1854 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 23 Nov 1940 in Rusk, Wisconsin, USA.

       27           iii.   Henry Bartels, born 1859 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

+     28           iv.   Charles Carl George Christ Bartels, born 16 Oct 1860 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 08 Nov 1935 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       29            v.   Louisa Bartels, born 1862 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died Bef. 1880 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

+     30           vi.   Sophia Marie Bartels, born 09 Mar 1865 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 31 Jan 1938 in Wisconsin, United States.

+     31           vii.   John Fred Bartels, born 25 Aug 1867 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 24 Feb 1944 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

+     32          viii.   George Frederick Bartels, born 25 Sep 1870 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 17 Mar 1942 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       33           ix.   Christian L Bartels, born 12 Mar 1872 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 21 Aug 1935 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Emma; born 16 Apr 1880; died 18 Dec 1915 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Christian L Bartels: In 1900, living with brother, Henry Bartels. 

      6.  Eliza2 Bakeman (John1) was born 18 Mar 1841 in Germany, and died 17 Sep 1920 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married (1) John Price Abt. 1858.  He was born Abt. 1833 in Prussia, and died Abt. 1867 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married (2) David Heidenworth 18 Jul 1868 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.  He was born 03 Jun 1838 in Germany, and died 07 Aug 1914 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Eliza Bakeman:

Publication unknown, Sept. 20, 1920, FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LATE MRS HEIDENWORTH.  Funeral services for the late Mrs Eliza Heidenworth, 82 years of age and a resident of Peshtigo for over sixty-nine years were conducted from the family residence on Emery avenue yesterday afternoon with services at 2:30 at the M E church. The church was filled to capacity with sorrowing relatives and friends of the deceased. The Rev C E Olsen, the pastor officiated at the obsequies and Mrs Yeazel rendered several beautiful hymns. The pall bearers were Messr. U S Culberi, John Harms, Charles D Heidenworth, George Bartels, D E Woodward,  and George Jaisure. There were a great profusion of flowers which were in charge of Mrs. B F McPherson, Mrs James A Campbell, Mrs Jennie H Brown, and Mrs P Sullivan. The remains were laid at rest in Riverside cemetery. (Editor's note: Eliza Bakeman was first married to a Mr. Price and after his death married David Heidenworth)
  

Children of Eliza Bakeman and John Price are:

       34             i.   Frederick3 Price, born Abt. 1859 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       35            ii.   Charles Price, born Abt. 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

       36           iii.   Emma Price, born Abt. 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

       37           iv.   Hattey Price, born Abt. 1865 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

Children of Eliza Bakeman and David Heidenworth are:

       38             i.   Carry3 Heidenworth, born 19 Jun 1869 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States; died 29 Sep 1956 in Oconto, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

       39            ii.   Christ Heidenworth, born 1871 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

       40           iii.   Sophie Heidenworth, born Abt. 1874 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

Generation No. 3

      8.  Henry C.3 Bakeman (Henry2, John1) was born 1861 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died Aft. 1930 in United States.  He married Martha Bakeman.  She was born 1865 in Wisconsin, United States, and died Aft. 1930.    

Children of Henry Bakeman and Martha Bakeman are:

       41             i.   Gertrude4 Bakeman, born 1886 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       42            ii.   Clarence Bernard Bakeman, born 18 Feb 1892 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Jun 1959.  He married Stella Bakeman; born 1894.

      11.  August J3 Bakeman (Henry2, John1) was born 10 Mar 1866 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 26 Apr 1926 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Anna M L Ehlers 21 Apr 1889 in Marinette, United States.  She was born Sep 1870 in Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for August J Bakeman:

Marinette, Wisconsin, April 6, 1926: Final rites for A. J. Bakeman, a pioneer resident of Marinette county, who had resided in this city more than 40 years, will be conducted from the residence, 852 Marinette avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:20. The Rev. L. C. Smith of Pioneer Presbyterian church will officiate and burial will be made in Forest Home cemetery.

 (note: Amazingly,  Mr. A. J. Bakeman was 8 years old when he and his parents, Henry and Mary Bakeman, brothers John, Henry, August, Martin and baby sister Emily survived the Great Peshtigo Fire of October 8, 1871 on their homestead in town of Peshtigo by taking refuge in the pit water well on the farm and covering themselves with wet blankets as the fire roared over them. His grandfather Crist Bakeman, also a fire survivor at another homestead, and his father Henry were born in Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg), now part of Germany, His mother Mary was born in Darmstadt, now also a part of Germany. Other extended family members also survived the fire on their town of Peshtigo homesteads.) Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page

Children of August Bakeman and Anna Ehlers are:

       43             i.   Nina4 Bakeman, born 26 Sep 1891 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Unknown Brown.

+     44            ii.   Ethel M Bakeman, born 19 Aug 1893 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       45           iii.   Henry Bakeman, born 03 Jul 1896 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died May 1964 in Indiana, United States.  He married (1) Gladys; born 14 Mar 1902; died Feb 1981 in South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana, United States of America.  He married (2) Armor Bakeman; born 1888.  He married (3) Elvira Bakeman; born 1901 in United States of America.

       46           iv.   Jesse Bakeman, born 14 Feb 1900 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 30 Apr 1905 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       47            v.   Frank E Bakeman, born 30 Jul 1901 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Aug 1971 in Calumet City, Cook, Illinois, United States of America.  He married Mable E.; born 1899; died Dec 1991.

      12.  Martha3 Bakeman (Henry2, John1) was born 31 Jan 1868 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 06 Dec 1945 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Charles L. May Abt. 1884 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, son of Samuel May and Helen Jacobs.  He was born 23 Sep 1864 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 23 Aug 1917 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Children of Martha Bakeman and Charles May are:

+     48             i.   Clara4 May, born May 1887 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       49            ii.   Pearl May, born Jun 1890 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 1964 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married WilliamYoap, Jr. 21 Jul 1909 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; born 1881; died 1945 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       50           iii.   Verna M May, born 12 Mar 1893 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 1968 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married William A Grupp 18 Dec 1912 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; born 1892 in Wisconsin, United States; died 1955 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       51           iv.   Everett Chas May, born 01 Nov 1895 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

      16.  Arthur3 Bakeman (Henry2, John1) was born 07 Feb 1880 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died in United States.  He married Anna Bakeman.  She was born 1882 in Wisconsin, United States.

Child of Arthur Bakeman and Anna Bakeman is:

       52             i.   Floyd4 Bakeman, born 1904.

      17.  Francis August3 Bakeman (Henry2, John1) was born 26 Mar 1882 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died Aft. 1930.  He married (1) Emma Bakeman.  She was born 1890 in Illinois, United States.  He married (2) Maud Kinney 16 May 1906 in Wisconsin, United States.  She was born Abt. 1888 in Wisconsin, United States, and died Abt. 1963 in Wisconsin, United States.

 Child of Francis Bakeman and Emma Bakeman is:

+     53             i.   Mona4 Bakeman, born 1911 in Illinois, United States.

      20.  George3 Bakeman (John2, John1) was born Jan 1859 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 29 Apr 1946 in Seattle, Washington, United States.  He married Elisabeth in Washington, United States.  She was born Dec 1863 in Washington, United States, and died 05 Aug 1943 in King, Washington, United States.

Children of George Bakeman and Elisabeth are:

       54             i.   Charles4 Bakeman, born Jun 1890 in Washington, United States.

       55            ii.   Hannah Bakeman, born Jan 1889 in Washington, United States.

       56           iii.   Leah Bakeman, born Apr 1894 in Washington, United States.

       57           iv.   Robert Bakeman, born Nov 1895 in Washington, United States.

      21.  Charles Henry3 Bakeman (John2, John1) was born Dec 1860 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 30 Sep 1953 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.  He married Nina Inez Blackman Abt. 1887 in Washington, United States.  She was born Jun 1862 in Maine, United States, and died 08 Aug 1941 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

Notes for Charles Henry Bakeman:

Snohomish County Tribune (Washington), October 2, 1952: Charles Bakeman, Pioneer Merchant Dies Here Tuesday. Snohomish lost another of its old-time pioneers Tuesday when Charles H. Bakeman, 92, passed away at his home here after a brief illness.

Long a figure in Snohomish's business and civic life, Bakeman had made his home here for almost 70 years. Until a few days before death, he kept regular business hours at his furniture store and retained a keen interest in community and business affairs.

Bakeman came to Snohomish in 1883 just a few months after he came west from his birthplace in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. He established a carriage and furniture shop, the first of its kind in the county, and therein manufactured many items of furniture needed but not easily obtainable in those early days.

About a year later he added casket manufacture and undertaking to his line when ice on the river  made importation of caskets difficult. He continued in that line through much of his business life in Snohomish, selling the undertaking department to his business in the middle-twenties to A.C. Whyte. Mr. Bakeman then returned to the retailing of furniture until last week. At various times, Mr. Bakeman was mayor, council member, school board member, and took and active part in community, civic and fraternal organizations.

Mr. Bakeman is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Inez Fulton of Mercer Island and Mrs. Frances Hodge of Snohomish; one son, Charles T. of San Francisco, seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. The funeral will be held Friday at 3 pm from the Bakeman-Whyte Funeral Home. many local businesses will be closed during the hour of the funeral.

(Note: The Bartels and the Bakeman Families came from Crivitz, Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg), now part of Germany.  Louisa Dorothea Bartels Bakeman, her husband John, father Crist Bartels, three sons, George, John, Charles and one daughter Emily lived in town of Peshtigo, surviving the Great Peshtigo Fire of October 8, 1871. They continued to live there until 1883 when the family moved to Snohomish, Washington) Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page

Children of Charles Bakeman and Nina Blackman are:

+     58             i.   Inez Mildred4 Bakeman, born 19 Dec 1889 in Washington, United States; died Sep 1977 in Mercer Island, King, Washington, United States of America.

+     59            ii.   Guy Virgil Bakeman, born 18 Feb 1892 in Washington, United States; died 05 Jan 1919 in Washington, United States.

+     60           iii.   Frances Louise Bakeman, born 14 Sep 1900 in Washington, United States; died 07 May 1988 in Seattle, King, Washington, United States of America.

+     61           iv.   Charles Theodore Bakeman, born 23 May 1903 in Washington, United States; died 19 Sep 1983 in Langley, Island, Washington, United States of America.

      22.  Emma C3 Bakeman (John2, John1) was born 1863 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 20 Nov 1945 in Seattle, Washington, United States.  She married Henry F Jackson.  He was born 1854 in Maine, and died in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Child of Emma Bakeman and Henry Jackson is:

       62             i.   John Rowell4 Jackson, born 25 Jul 1899 in Washington, United States.

      23.  John F3 Bakeman (John2, John1) was born Feb 1865 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died Sep 1939 in Seattle, Washington, United States.  He married Mildred Scott Durkee Abt. 1894 in Washington, United States, daughter of Durkee.  She was born 13 Jul 1866 in Canada, and died 04 Nov 1963 in Alameda, California, United States.

Notes for John F Bakeman:

Seattle Times, Sept. 4, 1939: John F Bakeman, pioneer Washington resident and a printer for The Times ten years before his retirement in 19333, died yesterday at a hospital. He was 74 years old. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow at the Johnson & Hamilton Funeral Home.

Born in Peshtigo, Wis., Mr. Bakeman removed to Washington in 1884, settling in Snohomish. After a few years, he was graduated from the old Hastings Law School in San Francisco. He never practiced law. He returned  to Washington at the close of the last century and was a printer on an Everett newspaper several years. He came to Seattle sixteen years ago and entered the employ of The Times.

Mr. Bakeman was a member of Peninsula Lodge No. 95, F. & A. M. and the International Typographical Union, Local 202. Surviving are his widow, Mildred S., at the family home, 419 Malden Ave. and brothers George, Seattle and C. H. and W. E. Bakeman, Snohomish, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Jackson, Snohomish.

(note: John F. Bakeman was 6 years old a when he and his parents, John and Louisa (Bartels), his grandfather Crist Bakeman, brothers George, Charles and sister Emily  survived the Great Peshtigo Fire of the night of October 8, 1871. The family continued to live on their pioneer homestead in town of Peshtigo, Oconto County (now Grover in Marinette County) until 1884. His parents and grandfather were born in Mechlinburg ( also Mechlenberg) now part of Germany. Extended family living nearby also survived the fire. Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )

Child of John Bakeman and Mildred Durkee is:

       63             i.   Jeane L4 Bakeman, born 1910 in Washington, United States.

      24.  Winfred Ernest3 Bakeman (John2, John1) was born 03 Dec 1875 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died Aft. 1930 in Washington, United States.  He married Minnie Mittlestadt Jan 1910 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.  She was born 1889 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 26 Feb 1954 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Notes for Winfred Ernest Bakeman:

Canadian Intellectual Property Office website, On feb 3 1906, WINFRED ERNEST BAKEMAN applied for a patent for a potato peeler.

Children of Winfred Bakeman and Minnie Mittlestadt are:

       64             i.   Almeda B4 Bakeman, born 23 Oct 1910 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

       65            ii.   Walter George Bakeman, born 16 Nov 1911 in Snohomish, Washington; died 1933 in Washington, United States.

      25.  Elizabeth Louisa3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 14 Feb 1856 in Peshtigo, Oconto, Wisconsin, USA, and died 22 Feb 1934 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.  She married Andrew W Colburn 25 Nov 1875 in Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.  He was born 11 Dec 1848 in New York, United States, and died 31 Jan 1941 in Wisconsin, United States.

     

Children of Elizabeth Bartels and Andrew Colburn are:

+     66             i.   Ruby Dorothy4 Colburn, born 29 Aug 1880 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 06 Jul 1969.

       67            ii.   Ida Colburn, died 03 Aug 1885.

      26.  Frederick Henry3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 27 Mar 1854 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 23 Nov 1940 in Rusk, Wisconsin, USA.  He married Mary Matilda Long.  She was born 27 Apr 1855 in Germany, and died 01 Jun 1925.

     

Children of Frederick Bartels and Mary Long are:

       68             i.   Rosa4 Bartels, born Abt. 1880 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Frank Kant; born 1872 in Germany.

+     69            ii.   Allen Carl Bartels, born 10 Aug 1883 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died Nov 1966 in Weyerhauser, Rusk, Wisconsin, USA.

       70           iii.   Fred Morton Bartels, born 11 Jul 1888 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 10 May 1964 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.

+     71           iv.   Milton Harrison Bartels, born 04 Apr 1891 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 10 Sep 1955.

       72            v.   Daisy H Bartels, born Jan 1892 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

+     73           vi.   Abraham Lincoln Bartels, born 19 May 1894 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Aug 1979 in Haynes, Adams, North Dakota, United States of America.

       74           vii.   William M Bartels, born Mar 1896 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       75          viii.   Winfred Bartels, born Sep 1899 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

      28.  Charles Carl George Christ3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 16 Oct 1860 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 08 Nov 1935 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Anna Pauline Behnke 30 Apr 1887 in Brides Home Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, daughter of John Behnke and Caroline Redemen.  She was born 02 Aug 1867 in Germany, and died 08 Nov 1935 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

     

Children of Charles Bartels and Anna Behnke are:

+     76             i.   Ida Louise4 Bartels, born 21 May 1888 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 26 Jun 1974 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       77            ii.   Louise Sophia Bartels, born 27 Jun 1889 in Lower Sugar Bush, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 08 Apr 1960 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       78           iii.   Anna Bertha Bartels, born 28 Feb 1891 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 19 Apr 1958 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.  She married I Hemming Larson 12 Sep 1912; born 16 May 1888; died 28 Dec 1958.

       79           iv.   Emma Elizabeth Bartels, born 09 May 1893 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 28 Apr 1974 in Menominee, Michigan, USA.

       80            v.   Ella Caroline Bartels, born 29 Apr 1895 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 10 Jul 1976 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       81           vi.   Lillie Ida Bartels, born 29 Jun 1897 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 20 Sep 1986 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       82           vii.   Elizabeth Christine Bartels, born 12 Mar 1899 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 13 Jul 1990 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       83          viii.   Eddie John Bartels, born 13 Mar 1901 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 13 Mar 1901 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       84           ix.   Walter Bartels, born 19 Mar 1902 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 13 Oct 1970 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       85            x.   Lucille Bartels, born 08 Aug 1904 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 07 Nov 1980 in Chicago Cook, Illinois, USA.

       86           xi.   Dorothea Hattie Bartels, born 29 May 1907 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 17 Apr 1994 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       87          xii.   Leona Bartels Bartels, born 1909 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 1910 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       88         xiii.   Edward Albert Bartels, born 15 Jun 1911 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 06 Nov 1989 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

+     89          xiv.   Ethel Bartels, born 22 May 1914 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

      30.  Sophia Marie3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 09 Mar 1865 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, and died 31 Jan 1938 in Wisconsin, United States.  She married (1) Chauncey Huntington 1910.  He was born Abt. 1860, and died in Wisconsin, United States.  She married (2) Ferdinand Parthie 15 Jul 1884 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, son of Carl Parthie and Albertine Schwartz.  He was born 03 Mar 1859 in Bernsee Kruss, Answalde, Prussen, Germany, and died 15 Nov 1910 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Notes for Sophia Marie Bartels:

February 4, 1937, FINAL RITES HELD FOR MRS. SOPHIA PARTHIE, well known resident of this county, passed away at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Albert Russel, who resided at the family home on the east side.  Death was attributed to a stroke of paralysis which she suffered on Friday. She did not regain consciousness.

Mrs. Parthie was born in Grover 71 years ago, coming to Peshtigo eight years ago. She was a survivor of the Peshtigo Fire (daughter of Henry and Dora Bartels) and Gold Star mother (son lost in WWI), being a member of the Auxiliary of the Carlson Alguire post. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. August Hopp of Gover and Mrs. Albert Russel of Spruce street, son Ben Parthie of Hortonville, Wis., two brothers John Bartels, Marinette, and George of Grover and twelve grand children.

The remains were removed to the Harper Funeral home and taken to the family home on Monday from where funeral services were conducted at 1:30 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon from the home and at 2 o'clock from the Zion Ev. Lutheran church, with the Rev. Kurt Geyer conducting the final rites. During the services, Mrs. Edward Kottke, and Miss Magdalena Geyer with Mrs. Edward Feiheit as accompanist at the organ, sang "Asleep in Jesus", "I Need Thee Every Hour", and "Abide With Me".  The beautiful floral designs were in charge of two granddaughters and Nieces Maybelle Russel, Ella Hopp, Elvia Hopp, Martin Yoap, Walter Hopp, Martin Parthie and Edward Russell.  A large cortege followed the funeral car, where interment was made in Grocer cemetery in the family plot. The beautiful metal casket was encased in a steel vault.

The obsequies were largely attended by sorrowing relatives and friends from this city and surrounding vicinity, including the following from a distance, Ben Parthie, son Milton of Hortenville, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bandow of Amston, Mrs. C. Larson of Menominee, Mich., Mrs. Ruby Skowlund, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Albrecht, Misses Elizabeth Levy and Ella Bartels, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Stehle, Mrs. C. B. Christopherson, Mr./ and Mrs. John Bartels, Mrs. Chris Bartels of Marinette, Mrs. Chas. Bartels of Coleman.  (notes: Please also see:  Peshtigo Fire Home Page )

 Children of Sophia Bartels and Ferdinand Parthie are:

       90             i.   Lena Louise4 Parthie, born 11 Jul 1886 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 06 Mar 1956.

       91            ii.   Louise Dorothea Parthie, born 21 Feb 1888 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 08 Dec 1888.

       92           iii.   Henry Charles Parthie, born 15 Oct 1889 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 12 Sep 1918.

       93           iv.   Ernestina Louise Parthie, born 24 Apr 1892 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 06 Nov 1896.

       94            v.   Edward Christoph Parthie, born 21 Oct 1893 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 09 Nov 1896.

       95           vi.   Benjamin Christ Parthie, born 03 Apr 1895 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died Nov 1972 in Hortonville, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States of America.

+     96           vii.   Ella Louise Parthie, born 09 Mar 1898 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States; died 01 Sep 1986.

      31.  John Fred3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 25 Aug 1867 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 24 Feb 1944 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Louisa Kopischke 07 Jun 1899 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, daughter of Carl Kopischke and Louise Schramm.  She was born in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States.

Children of John Bartels and Louisa Kopischke are:

       97             i.   Violet4 Bartels, born 1900 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       98            ii.   Edna Bartels, born 1902 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       99           iii.   Christian Bartels, born 1903 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

      32.  George Frederick3 Bartels (Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 25 Sep 1870 in Grover, Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, and died 17 Mar 1942 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He married Mary Caroline Seith Abt. 1891 in Marinette, United States.  She was born Jan 1872 in Illinois, United States, and died 19 Jun 1957.

 Children of George Bartels and Mary Seith are:

       100           i.   George4 Bartels, born Oct 1896 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       101          ii.   Dorthey Bartels, born Oct 1897 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       102         iii.   Elsa Bartels, born Dec 1899 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Generation No. 4

      44.  Ethel M4 Bakeman (August J3, Henry2, John1) was born 19 Aug 1893 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Herbert John Bohling 25 Oct 1915 in Hammond, Indiana, USA, son of Joseph Bohling and Maria Jourdain.  He was born 15 Aug 1889 in Crown Point, Indiana, and died 06 Oct 1945 in Indiana, United States.

 Children of Ethel Bakeman and Herbert Bohling are:

       103           i.   James H5 Bohling, born 1916 in Indiana, United States.

       104          ii.   Jean Bohling, born 1920 in Indiana, United States.

      48.  Clara4 May (Martha3 Bakeman, Henry2, John1) was born May 1887 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  She married Henry Yoap 24 Jul 1907 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, son of William Yoap and Hannah Naring.  He was born Abt. 1885 in Wisconsin, United States.

  Children of Clara May and Henry Yoap are:

       105           i.   Mabel5 Yoop, born Abt. 1911.

       106          ii.   Leneora Yoop, born Abt. 1915.

       107         iii.   Verna Yoop, born Abt. 1922.

       108          iv.   Enola Yoop, born Abt. 1926.

      53.  Mona4 Bakeman (Francis August3, Henry2, John1) was born 1911 in Illinois, United States.  She married Unknown Hansen.  He was born Abt. 1910, and died Bef. 1930.

 Child of Mona Bakeman and Unknown Hansen is:

       109           i.   Darlene5 Hansen, born 1929 in Calumet, Cook, Illinois, United States.

      58.  Inez Mildred4 Bakeman (Charles Henry3, John2, John1) was born 19 Dec 1889 in Washington, United States, and died Sep 1977 in Mercer Island, King, Washington, United States of America.  She married Horatio Reed Fulton 20 Jun 1913.  He was born 21 Mar 1890 in Washington, USA, and died 31 Jul 1957.

Children of Inez Bakeman and Horatio Fulton are:

       110           i.   Celeste Louise5 Fulton, born 17 Dec 1915; died 20 Jan 1965.

       111          ii.   Elaine Inez Fulton, born 24 Apr 1914; died 07 May 1981.

       112         iii.   Eliza Fulton, born 1914.

      59.  Guy Virgil4 Bakeman (Charles Henry3, John2, John1) was born 18 Feb 1892 in Washington, United States, and died 05 Jan 1919 in Washington, United States.  He married Helen LaDuke, daughter of Unknown LaDuke and Ellen.  She was born Abt. 1890 in Michigan, United States.

Children of Guy Bakeman and Helen LaDuke are:

       113           i.   Lawrence C5 Bakeman, born 17 Jan 1916 in Snohomish, Snohomish, Washington, United States; died 14 Dec 1990 in Tacoma, Washington, United States.

       114          ii.   Rakesan (Roxanne) Bakeman, born 09 Apr 1918 in Snohomish, Washington, United States.

      60.  Frances Louise4 Bakeman (Charles Henry3, John2, John1) was born 14 Sep 1900 in Washington, United States, and died 07 May 1988 in Seattle, King, Washington, United States of America.  She married Paul Hartman Hodge 1925.  He was born 05 Sep 1894, and died Feb 1977.

Children of Frances Bakeman and Paul Hodge are:

       115           i.   Living5 Hodge.

       116          ii.   Living Hodge.

      61.  Charles Theodore4 Bakeman (Charles Henry3, John2, John1) was born 23 May 1903 in Washington, United States, and died 19 Sep 1983 in Langley, Island, Washington, United States of America.  He married (1) Dorothy Broyles Swanson 1946.  She was born 05 Sep 1918.  He married (2) Donna Mackenzie 10 Aug 1927.  She was born 15 Aug 1904 in Minnesota, United States, and died 01 May 1978 in Washington, United States.

Child of Charles Bakeman and Dorothy Swanson is:

       117           i.   Guy Andrew5 Bakeman, born 1953; died 1964.

Children of Charles Bakeman and Donna Mackenzie are:

       118           i.   Charles D5 Bakeman, born 1928 in Washington, United States.

       119          ii.   James Walter Beckmann, born 27 Apr 1935; died 19 Apr 1969.

      66.  Ruby Dorothy4 Colburn (Elizabeth Louisa3 Bartels, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 29 Aug 1880 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 06 Jul 1969.  She married Henry Skowlund 15 Mar 1899 in Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.  He was born Mar 1872 in Wisconsin, United States.

Child of Ruby Colburn and Henry Skowlund is:

       120           i.   Andrew5 Skowlund, born 16 Mar 1900 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

      69.  Allen Carl4 Bartels (Frederick Henry3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 10 Aug 1883 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, and died Nov 1966 in Weyerhauser, Rusk, Wisconsin, USA.  He married Charlotte Geneva Delano 1900 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, daughter of Danvil Delano and Louisa Marsh.  She was born 05 Dec 1884 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, and died 1948 in Wisconsin, USA.

Children of Allen Bartels and Charlotte Delano are:

       121           i.   Lillian5 Bartels, born 18 Feb 1903 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 28 Dec 1987 in Bruce, Rusk, Wisconsin, USA.

       122          ii.   Evelyn Bartels, born 25 Jan 1905 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 20 Oct 1973 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Miinnesota, USA.

       123         iii.   Lester Bartels, born 27 Feb 1907 in North Dakota, United States; died 25 Jan 1948.

       124          iv.   Warren L Bartels, born 24 Nov 1908 in North Dakota, United States; died 05 Nov 1964.

       125          v.   Clair A Bartels, born 05 Dec 1910 in North Dakota, United States; died Feb 1980 in Montana, USA.

       126          vi.   Merrill M Bartels, born 09 Sep 1913 in North Dakota, United States; died 10 Jul 1997 in Rice Lake, Barron, Wisconsin, USA.

       127         vii.   Robert Bartels, born 1915 in North Dakota, United States; died 1915.

       128        viii.   Violet G Bartels, born 1916 in North Dakota, United States.

       129         ix.   Ila Belle Bartels, born 20 Aug 1917 in Weyerhauser, Rusk, Wisconsin, USA; died 06 Feb 1991 in Milwaukee, Wilwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

       130          x.   Alvin L Bartels, born 1921 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

       131         xi.   Vessie A Bartels, born 1922.

       132        xii.   Vern A Bartels, born 28 Aug 1923 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 19 Nov 1947 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

+     133        xiii.   Robert C Bartels, born 19 Nov 1925 in Wisconsin, United States.

       134        xiv.   Glenn C Bartels, born 19 Sep 1927 in Wisconsin, United States; died 18 Apr 2004 in Weyerhaeuser, Rusk, Wisconsin, United States of America.

      71.  Milton Harrison4 Bartels (Frederick Henry3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 04 Apr 1891 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 10 Sep 1955.  He married (1) Ethel Ruth Hanies 22 Sep 1925.  She was born 02 Feb 1905, and died 15 Dec 1969.  He married (2) Olive G Lince 15 Mar 1913 in Mott, North Dakota, USA, daughter of Leamon Lince and Josephine.  She was born 08 May 1895, and died 02 Nov 1918.

Children of Milton Bartels and Ethel Hanies are:

       135           i.   Gene Allen5 Bartels, born 20 Mar 1929; died 02 Oct 1981.

       136          ii.   Merton Calvin Bartels, born 29 Mar 1925; died 08 Aug 1981.

       137         iii.   Goldie Bartels, born 1926.

       138          iv.   Stanley Fredrick Bartels, born 01 Dec 1935; died 08 Feb 1976.

Children of Milton Bartels and Olive Lince are:

       139           i.   Lloyd Melvin5 Bartels, born 20 Sep 1915 in North Dakota, United States; died 16 Nov 1983.

       140          ii.   Kenneth Milton Bartels, born 02 Jun 1917 in North Dakota, United States.

      73.  Abraham Lincoln4 Bartels (Frederick Henry3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 19 May 1894 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died Aug 1979 in Haynes, Adams, North Dakota, United States of America.  He married Olive Irene Ryam 10 Jan 1931.  She was born 04 Mar 1914, and died Mar 1992 in Hettinger, Adams, North Dakota, United States of America.

Notes for Abraham Lincoln Bartels:

Roster of the Men and Women who served in the Army or Naval Service (including the Marine Corps) of the United States or its Allies from the State of North Dakota in the World War, 1917-1918 Volume 1 Aaberg to Flagg:  Name: Abraham Lincoln Bartels, Army #: 3,693,761, Registrant: yes, Cass county, Birth Place: Peshtigo, Wis., Birth Date: 19 May 1895, Parent's Origin: of American-German parents, Occupation: farmer, Comment: inducted at Fargo on Aug. 31, 1918; sent to Camp Dodge, Iowa; served in 163rd Depot Brigade, to Nov. 25, 1918; Provost Guard, Camp Dodge, Iowa, to discharge. Grade: Private 1st Class, Dec. 20, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dodge, Iowa, on Oct. 18, 1919, as a Private. Previous military record: Inducted June 28, 1918; discharged from draft on July 1, 1918, by reason of physical disability.

Children of Abraham Bartels and Olive Ryam are:

       141           i.   Living5 Bartels.

       142          ii.   Living Bartels.

       143         iii.   Living Bartels.

       144          iv.   Living Bartels.

       145          v.   Living Bartels.

       146          vi.   Infant Bartels, born Oct 1932 in North Dakota, United States; died Oct 1932 in North Dakota, United States.

       147         vii.   Bartels, born Feb 1953; died Feb 1953.

      76.  Ida Louise4 Bartels (Charles Carl George Christ3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 21 May 1888 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 26 Jun 1974 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.  She married John August Krah 23 Mar 1907 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, son of William Krah and Henrietta.  He was born 20 Dec 1886 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, and died Jan 1971 in Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States.

Children of Ida Bartels and John Krah are:

       148           i.   George5 Krah, born 04 Dec 1918 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 28 May 1998 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

       149          ii.   William Charles Krah, born 13 Jun 1907 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 14 Dec 1969.

       150         iii.   John Krah, born 13 Sep 1916 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA; died 08 Dec 1918 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       151          iv.   Florence Henrietta Krah, born 26 Feb 1909 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       152          v.   Lucille Anna Krah, born 29 Jan 1911 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

       153          vi.   Marcella Emma Krah, born 21 Nov 1914 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

      89.  Ethel4 Bartels (Charles Carl George Christ3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 22 May 1914 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.  She married Leslie James Peterson 04 Mar 1939 in Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, son of Peter Peterson and Anna.  He was born 09 Jul 1911 in Dunbar, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA, and died 26 Apr 1990 in Peshtigo, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA.

 Child of Ethel Bartels and Leslie Peterson is:

       154           i.   Living5 Peterson.

      96.  Ella Louise4 Parthie (Sophia Marie3 Bartels, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 09 Mar 1898 in Grover, Marinette, Wisconsin, United States, and died 01 Sep 1986.  She married Albert Russell 09 Apr 1919.  He was born 28 Mar 1900 in Wisconsin, USA, and died 22 Apr 1977.

Children of Ella Parthie and Albert Russell are:

       155           i.   Edward Henry5 Russell, born 11 Jan 1920; died 12 Apr 1971.

       156          ii.   Maebelle L Russell, born 1921.

Generation No. 5

      133.  Robert C5 Bartels (Allen Carl4, Frederick Henry3, Dorothea Charlotte2 Bakeman, John1) was born 19 Nov 1925 in Wisconsin, United States.  He married (1) Gennevive Rieger 06 Jun 1946 in Wisconsin, USA.  She was born 1926.  He married (2) Gennevive Rieger 06 Jun 1946 in Wisconsin, USA.  She was born 1926.

Children of Robert Bartels and Gennevive Rieger are:

       157           i.   Living6 Bartels.

       158          ii.   Living Bartels.



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