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JENTZ, Johann Joachim Christian (I31741)
1770 und 1774 Marie Liese 
RÖHLCKE, Trine Marie (I3144)
Elizabeth “Betty” Niebuhr Bailey
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GEBURT 22 Dez 1944
La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
TOD 22 Dez 2021 (im Alter von 77)
La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
Oak Grove Cemetery
La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
GEDENKSTÄTTEN-ID 238510442 · Quelle ansehen
Dickinson Funeral Home Obituary
Elizabeth "Betty" J. Bailey, 77, of La Crosse, passed away Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at her home surrounded by her loving family, after a very brief and courageous battle with cancer. Passing away on her birthday was something as unique as she was.
Betty was born on December 22, 1944 to Walter and Pluma (White) Niebuhr. She grew up in the apartment above the Niebuhr Plumbing and Heating business in the beautiful red brick building on 3rd Street and Cameron Avenue. So many happy memories were made there from family dinners, to looking out the big bay window to the big goulash parties every year during Oktoberfest. She graduated from Central High School in 1963. She always remained close to her Class of '63 friends. Betty married her junior high school sweetheart and soulmate Robert Bailey of La Crosse on April 23, 1966, and they were married for 56 years. Every anniversary was so special. They loved to travel and enjoyed a trip of a lifetime to Europe during the summer of 2004.
Betty was a lifelong member of English Lutheran Church. She was always grateful to her faith mentors. She had a strong faith and relieved her pain by listening to her favorite hymns and praying. One of her greatest joys was being on the Bethlehem project steering committee. She and Bob were the carpenters and she loved to proclaim the story of Christ's birth to the visitors of the town.
Being a stay-at-home Mom and raising her children was very important to Betty. She was a Discovery Day Care provider for many years. In 1983, she started her career as an English as a Second Language Teacher Assistant at Hamilton School. She worked with a great team of staff and took great pride in teaching Hmong children. She also spent countless hours teaching the parents how to properly live in their homes and adjust to the American culture. When Northwoods School opened in 1992, she transferred there and continued to make lasting friendships with the staff and enhancing the lives of the numerous children she taught. She was always known to be the person that gave great hugs. Betty retired in 2004 after a great 21-year career.
During the last 10 years of her life, she took great pride in her collies, Lizzy, David and Cora. Lizzy was a great service dog and her angel. Betty and David became quite a show team and they won 2 titles from the Novice A classes and had many other placements. She trained Cora to be a great service dog for her grandson, Ben. Her 4-legged children meant so much to her. She created such special bonds with her collie friends.
She is survived by her loving husband Robert. Together they raised their three children, Pamela, Debra, and Richard. She so much enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren: Benjimin, Rebecca, Heather, Matt, Autumn Erica and Matthew, and great grandchildren Jaxson and Jameson. They were the sunshine of her life. She is also survived by her sister-in-law Joan Niebuhr and many special cousins, nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Pluma Niebuhr, brother and sister-in-law, James and Harriet Niebuhr, brother Roland Niebuhr and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at Noon at English Lutheran Church, 1509 King Street, La Crosse. Pastor Becky Goche will officiate, and burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit with the family at the church from 10:00 a.m. until time of services. A lunch will follow in the fellowship hall. Masks are required and Covid-19 safety practices will be in place including social distancing.
The family would like to thank the Gundersen Hospice Team for their great care and support during the last week of Betty's life. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to English Lutheran Church or the Gundersen Healthcare Cancer Research Center. The Dickinson Family Funeral Home & Crematory is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at 
NIEBUHR, Elizabeth (I46815)
1842: Übernahme Gehöft VII 
STEFFEN, Johann Joachim (I31997)
Hofbesitzer Hof 2
Obergefreiter, gestorben im Hospital des Kriegsgefangenenlagers Nr. 2229 
DUBBE, Fritz Johann Heinrich August (I21685)
LaVerne Cecil Wedo, 80, Postville, Iowa, died Tuesday, November 17, 2009, at his home following a brief illness. LaVerne was born on December 25, 1928, in Clermont, Iowa, to Charles and Margaret (Sampson) Wedo. He attended country school through 8th grade and served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. He was honorable discharged in 1952.

LaVerne was united in marriage to Delores Hesse on August 26, 1955, in the home of Rev. Walter Martin. LaVerne was the father of four children. He hauled milk for many years. He worked for Hygrade in Postville for many years and retired in 1979. LaVerne enjoyed woodworking, playing guitar, sewing and skiing. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Survivors include his four children; Larry Peterson, Baker, FL, Cheryl Bock, Waukon, Randy (Linda) Wedo, Decorah and Connie Duffield, Waukon; one brother, Robert, (Audrey) Wedo, Postville; eleven grandchildren and twenty-four great-grandchildren.

LaVerne was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Delores in 2002; three brothers, Junior Wedo, Duane Wedo and Louis Wedo and one sister, Betty Flack.

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 11:00 am at the Community Presbyterian Church in Postville, Iowa. The Rev. Gary Catterson will officiate.

Burial will follow in the Postville Cemetery, Postville, Iowa, with military rites.

Visitation will be held on Friday, November 20, 2009, from 4 - 8 pm at the Schutte-Grau Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Postville, Iowa, and one hour before services at the church on Saturday. 
WEDO, LaVerne Cecil (I7463)
später Catharian Elisabeth
1836: Wiederverheiratung als Witwe mit einem Interimswirt scheitert, auch die Verpachtung an die anderen Hauswirte gelingt nicht.
1837: Verkauf des beweglichen Inventars, Vermietung der Ländereien u.a.
1838: Vermietung des Wohnhauses, die Scheune soll auf Abbruch verkauft werden.
1842-1846: Interimswirt Christian Cordt Ernst Daniel RUMP, Müllersohn aus Kladrum
1846: nun als Büdnerei Nr. 13
1850: Das Gehöft geht ganz ein. 
PROSCH, Trien Liese (I19165)
8 "abgemeyerter" Hauswirth, später auch Johann Joachim Christian Friedrich SÄLANDT SAELAND, Johann Jochim Christian Friederich (I13468)
9 "Bestimmte Angaben über Geburtsort u. Geburtstag waren nicht zu erlangen." (Pastor Schmidt)
auch GRAACK, auch Catharine Marie 
GRAHK, Anna Maria Christine (I5411)
10 "Die Copulation der Eltern und die Taufe des Kindes ist an einem Tag zu gleich geschehen" LÜTE, Sophie (I26591)
11 "Die Leiche ist von Hamburg, wo der Verstorbene durch Sturz vom Baugerüst ein Opfer seines Berufes wurde, nach hier überführt worden. Sein Ableben erfolgte im 'Allgemeinen Krankenhause St. Georg' zu Hamburg." REIMER, Wilhelm Johann Friedrich (I17873)
12 "im Gefecht bei Zaborowo durch einen Lungenschuß verwundet und im Lazarett verstorben"

41.Inf.Div.: Erstürmung des Waldes von Zaborowo (Quelle: 
DIEHN, Friedrich Wilhelm Martin (I2500)
13 "in der Außenalster, gegenüber Alsterufer Nr. 27, tot aufgefunden" SCHRÖDER, Johann Georg Heinrich Daniel (I38888)
14 "Mergel" Grube, auch Kreidegrube, gestorben als SCHULTZ SCHULZ, Carl Wilhelm Georg Heinrich (I11920)
15 (2. Trauung), keine Kinder (in Leussow), Häusleraltentheiler WORMSTÄDT, Johann Joachim Peter (I222)
16 * in Bresegarder Hof, auch Catharine Elisabeth BUCH, Trine Liese Dortie (I3623)
17 * vor 1774 STEIN, Hans Jochim (I3140)
18 * vor 1779 KAHL, Marie Dortie (I3139)
19 ... der Choleragefahr wegen wurde die Trauung verzögert FENTSAHM, Wilhelmine Sophie Marie (I625)
20 ... in der Nothtaufe und keinen Namen erhielt;
Die Nothtaufe verrichte der Lehrer TESSMANN in Neu Krenzlin, da das Kind bald darauf starb, so konnte die Taufe nicht bestätigt werden. 
SCHULTZ, N.N. (I19433)
21 09.10.1917: nicht in Gefangenschaft, sondern vermißt TESCH, Ernst Paul Carl Martin (I49370)
22 1/2 Halbhüfner FEHLAND, Jochim Hinrich (I15003)
23 1/2 Halbhüfner SCHOPE, Jochim Christopher (I32490)
24 1/2 Halbhüfner IHDE, Johann (I20775)
25 1/2 Halbhüfner ROHCK, Johann Matties (I10581)
26 1/2 Hüfner
1/2 Hüfner 
DIEN, Hans Hinrich (I10371)
27 1/2 Hüfner
1/2 Hüfner, Hauswirth 
SAFFAN, Johann Jochim (I12720)
28 1/2 Hüfner
1793 Johan Christian
LAUDAN, Hans Christian (I19573)
29 1/2 Hüfner
DABELSTEIN, Hans Hinrich (I11752)
30 1/2 Hüfner BECKER, Jochim Heinrich (I10391)
31 1/2 Hüfner LAUDAN, Hans Jochim (I8170)
32 1/2 Hüfner DABELSTEIN, Hans Heinrich (I15967)
33 1/2 Hüfner GRAHCKE, Hans Joachim Christopher (I475)
34 1/2 Hüfner HINNRICHS, Hans Jochim (I10392)
35 1/2 Hüfner KOSS, Johann Hinrich (I11824)
36 1/2 Hüfner BÄCKMANN, Jochim Christopher (I10423)
37 1/2 Hüfner BRUMM, Jürgen Heinrich (I10420)
38 1/2 Hüfner DABELSTEEN, Hans Jochim (I19776)
39 1/2 Hüfner LANGE, Johann Jochim Hinrich (I11717)
40 1/2 Hüfner ROHCKE, Johann Jochim Friederich (I24217)
41 1/2 Hüfner BRUMM, Hans Jochim (I10539)
42 1/2 Hüfner BRUMM, Jochim Friedrich (I10543)
43 1/2 Hüfner ROCK, Friederich (I10566)
44 1/2 Hüfner BOKENTIEN, Detlof (I15112)
45 1/2 Hüfner ZENGEL, Johann Christian (I16240)
46 1/2 Hüfner PALAS, Jochim Christian (I22413)
47 1/2 Hüfner SCHOP, Heinrich (I11658)
48 1/2 Hüfner SCHULT, David (I10475)
49 1/2 Hüfner PETERSEN, Johann Christopher (I18715)
50 1/2 Hüfner KUSEL, Hans Jochim (I29644)

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