1. KARL2 SCHULTZ (???1) was born 09 February 1850 in Germany, and died 1940 in Germany. He married WILHELMINA LEDER 1873, daughter of WILHELM LEDER and AMELIA SCHMIDT(?). She was born 02 February 1849 in Waryon Pomerian Germany, and died 07 May 1911 in Little Suamico, Oconto Co, WI.
Notes for KARL SCHULTZ:
Carl sailed the passenger ships between Europe and United States before settling in Little Suamico
8th day of October 1878
Decloration of intent from Prussia
0564 Schultz, Carl
Nat. Rec. Bk A page 297
Carl Schultz built the barn in 1885 and the house was built in 1898. The family lived in the barn for 3 years before the house was completed. The farm was wilderness when Carl and Wilhelmina and family of three girls (Louise died in 1899), Emma and Martha homesteaded. Apparently Amelia who would have been 22 years old was no longer at home. Emma was 12 and Martha 9.
Edwin and Emma Race bought the farm in 1907.
Frank and Harriet Race took over the homestead in 1946. at this time there were 47 acres of farm land and 20 acres of timber. There is also a nice sugar bush which has provided Maple Syrup all through the years, A herd of 15 high grade Brown Swiss milk cows was started in 1923.
Oconto County Courthouse Records:
Vol. 60 page 185: S.W.-N.E. Sec. 23 twn 26 range 20
Jacob Johnson and Mary to Carl Schultz 12-2-1893
80 acres - Carl Schultz and wife to Edwin Race 22-4-1909
Notes for WILHELMINA LEDER:
Funeral Home Card
In Loving Memory of
Our Dear Mother,
Mrs. Wilhelmine Schultz
Born Feb. 2,1848
Died May 8, 1911
Age 62 years 3mos. 5 days
More About WILHELMINA LEDER:
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Little Suamico, Oconto, WI
Marriage Notes for KARL SCHULTZ and
Steam Ship Oceanic
Liverpool to New York via Queenstown, Ireland
28 September 1874
Mater, J.W. Jemmings
# 121- Karl Schultz, age 26, male, laborer, Germany
# 122- Mrs. Schultz, age 23, female, wife, Germany :
# 123- Hilda Schwartz, age 1, female, infant, Germany
(Note: waiting for word from transcriber to see if Schwartz could possibly be Schultz)
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Children of KARL SCHULTZ and WILHELMINA
i. AMELIA3 SCHULTZ, b. 05 December 1873, Germany, d. 31 October 1967; m. WILLIAM HETHERINGTON; b. 17 August 1865, Norwood Onterio Canada; d. 1926.
Notes for AMELIA SCHULTZ:
In memory of:
Mrs Amelia Hetherington; Date of Birth,5 December 1873; Date and Hour of Service,FrI. Nov. 3, at 1:30
p.m.; Held at Lyndahl Funeral Home; Clergyman, Rev. A. H. Francks; Place of Interment, Woodlawn
Cemetery; Funeral Directors.Lyndahl Funeral Home.Green Bay, Wisconsin
Obituary - October 31, 1967 Mrs. Amelia Hetherington
Mrs. Amelia Hetherington, 93, formerly of Green Bay died Tuesday evening in Milwaukee. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Bess Dawson, Mrs Marjorie Buschatz, both of Milwaukee; two sons, William, Appleton; James, Brookfield; two daughters-in-law; one son-in-law; Many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren.
At Lyndahl Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Thursday. Funeral 1:30 p.m. Friday, Funeral Home, the Rev. A. H. Franke officiating. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
More About AMELIA SCHULTZ:
Burial: 03 November 1967, Woodlawn Cemetery Brown Co. Wisconsin
Social Security Number: 503-07-3001
ii. LOUISA SCHULTZ, b. 1878; d. 19 May 1899.
More About LOUISA SCHULTZ:
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Little Suamico, Oconto, Wl
iii. EMMA SCHULTZ, b. 09 October 1882, Little Suamico, Wl (Source: Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 11 Jul 2000, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11144.193); d. 20 January 1967, Little Suamico, Oconto Co. Wl; m. EDWIN RACE (Source: mackeyrace.FTW, Date of Import: 4 Nov 2001.), 15 July 1903, Chase Corners, Oconto Co. Wl; b. 29 May 1876, Little Suamico, Wl; d. 31 January 1957, Little Suamico, Oconto Co. Wl.
Notes for EMMA SCHULTZ:
MRS. EDWIN (EMMA) RACE
Oconto - Mrs. Edwin (Emma) Race, 84, Little Suamico Rt. 1, died at home, Friday, after a short illness.
She was born October 9, 1882, at Little Suamico, where she lived her entire life. She was a member of St. Johns Lutheran Church, and the Ladies Aid Society of Little Suamico. Her husband preceded her in death in 1957.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Marie) Zaddack; Mrs. Willard (Ellen) Alien, both of Little Suamico; Mrs. Harold (Ethel) Zaddack, Shawano; three sons, Herbert, Channing, Midi.; Frank and Willard, both of Little Suamico; one sister Mrs. William (Amelia) Hetherington, Milwaukee; 10 grandchildren; 15
At Gallagher Funeral Home, Oconto, after 2 p.m. Sunday, and at St. John's Lutheran Church from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday. Funeral 2 p.m. Monday, the church, the Rev. David Magnuson officiating. Burial in Little Suamico Cemetery.
More About EMMA SCHULTZ:
Burial: 23 January 1967, Riverside Cemetery Little Suamico, Wl
Notes for EDWIN RACE:
Obituary June 3, 1957
EDWIN RACE, 80, DIES AT OCONTO
Special to Press-Gazette
Edwin Race, 80, lifetime
resident of Little
Suamico area farmer, died at 3;45 P.M. Thursday at his
home. He was born May 29,1876,
at Little Suamico.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Gallagher Funeral Home, Little Suamico. The Rev. E. M. Clarice , pastor of St. Johns Lutheran church, Little Suamico will officiate and burial will be in the Little Suamico Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 o'clock this evening
Survivors include his wife Emma; three daughter, Mrs. Walter Zaddack, Mrs. Harold Zaddack and Mrs. Willard Allen; three sons, Frank Willard and Herbert; and a brother Frank of Lena.
Oconto County Courthouse Records
80 acres - Carl Schultz and wife
to Edwin Race
April 22, 1909
Edwin and Emma Race lived on a rented farm, rented from Antson Eldred, near Mountain, WI from the time they were married until 1909
More About EDWIN RACE:
Burial: 03 February 1957, Riverside Cemetery Little Suamico, WI
Marriage Notes for EMMA SCHULTZ and
1953-Oconto County Reporter
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Race of
Little Suamico were honored
at a party at their home during the afternoon and
evening on July 12 the occasion
being the celebration
of their golden wedding anniversery.
A buffet style supper was served to about fifty relatives and friends. A large wedding cake sentered the ; serving table. Forthe occasion Mrs. Race wore a blue print dress complimented with a courage of white carnations.
Mr. Race and the former Emma Schultz were married at Chase. Both Mr. and Mrs. Race were born in Little Suamico and are lifelong residents except for the first four years of their married life, which were they spent in Mountain, Wisconsin. For the past 46 years they have lived on the farm where they now reside.
Their six children were present. They are three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Marie) Zaddack, Mrs. W.T. Allen (Ellen), Mrs. Harold Zaddack (Ethel), and three sons, Herbert, Frank, and Willard. Three sons, Arnold, Edward, and Howard are deceased. There are ten grandchildren, Verna Mae Race, Washington, D.C. and
Marl in Race, with the armed forces at Indiantown Gap, Pennsylviania, were unable to be present for their grandparents anniversery.
Out of town guest who attending were Mrs. Wm. Hetherington, Bess Hetherington, Mr. and Mrs. James Hetherington, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Buschaltz and daughter, Nancy, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zoeller and son, Herbert of Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siebert of Big Suamico; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Pagel and son, Wayne, of Brookside; Mrs. Monroe Bleick and so, Donald, of Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Race and daughter, Claudine of Lena; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Race and daughters Jane and Evelyn of Channing, Michigan; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zaddack and daughters Dorothy and Janalee of Shawano.
More About EDWIN RACE and EMMA SCHULTZ:
Marriage: 15 July 1903, Chase Corners, Oconto Co. WI
iv. MARTHA SCHULTZ, b. 14 January 1886; d. 26 April 1961, Green Bay WI; m. FRANK AUGUST PAGEL, 27 March 1906; b. 31 January 1879; d. 28 August 1935.
Notes for MARTHA SCHULTZ:
Funeral Home Card
In Memory Of
Mrs. Martha Pagel
Date of Birth
April 26, 1961
Date of Death
April 26, 1961
Placr and Time of Services
St. John's Lutheran Church
Little Suamico, Wis.
2 o'clock, April 30
Reverend Evan Clarke
Place of Interment
Little Suamico, Wis.
Arrangements By Gallagher Funeral Home
Martha Pagel, 75, life long resident
of Little Suamico, Rt-1, died Wednesday evening in a
\Green Bay Hospital, where she
had been taken on Monday.
She was born Jan. 14,1886 at Little Suamico. She was a member of the LadieSs Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church. Her husband, Frank died in 1935.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Leona Laabs, Green Bay; two sons, Robert L, Town of Little Suamico, and Lawrence, Town of Abrams; four grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs Amelia Hetherington, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Emma Race, Little Suamico.
Friends may call at Gallagher F&neral Home, Oconto, after 3 p.m. Friday until Sunday noon and then ar St.
John's Lutheran Church, Little Suamico. Funeral services will be held there at 2 p.m. Sunday, Burial will be in the Little Suamico Cemetery.
More About MARTHA SCHULTZ:
Burial: Bet. 304 -1961, Little Suamico, Oconto Co, WI
More About FRANK PAGEL and MARTHA
Marriage: 27 March 1906
SCHULTZ, b. 1889; d. 1889.
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