Goetzmann Surname Project

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151 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence and Leo. Goetzmann, Florence Mary (I66)
 
152 Fred was a paper maker in a paper mill, the family unit consisted of wife Catherine and children Florence and Leo. Goetzmann, Leo Sylvester (I67)
 
153 From Addie's obituary in the Rochester (Olmsted, MN) Post-Bulletin we learned the following life information - that she was cremated and a Mass was said for her on the Saturday following her Wednesday, March,6, 2002 death, thus, on March 9, 2002. Father Dale Tupper said the funeral Mass at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Rochester.

Addie was a retired beautician (in fact, taught me how to cut my own hair and that of my husband and children when I was a stay-at-home mom in the late-1960's. She and Bob were very good to me in the early 1960s when Lee, my husband and her nephew, was active in the National Guard in the Winona flood.) She owned and operated several beauty shops in Winona.

She married Kenneth Goetzman in 1934 and divorced him in 1945. They had two children. In 1957 she married Robert H. Carpenter, an IBM employee. (They had no children together but he was a loving step-dad and-grandpa to Addie's family.) He died in 1986. Addie then moved to Fontaine Towers Senior Apartments for 17 years and attended St.John's Catholic Church in Rochester. When her cognitive impairment became so bad she could no longer live without 24/7 nursing support, she was moved to Sunshine Cottages.

Addie lived in Wabasha from 1941 to 1942 (I believe Kenneth - better known as "Pete" - was in the service at that time) and then in Winona until moving to Rochester in 1957. She had six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 
Eischen, Adeline "Addie" Florence (I143)
 
154 German Goetzmann, Anton (I1)
 
155 German Bauer, Barbara (I2)
 
156 German Howe, Augusta (I53)
 
157 Gordon was a helper in a dry forge, the family unit consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon, George and Ronald. Goetzmann, Adeline Augustina (I40)
 
158 Gordon was a helper in a dry forge, the family unit consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon, George and Ronald. Rupert, Gordon Chiney (I83)
 
159 Gordon was a helper in a dry forge, the family unit consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon, George and Ronald. Rupert, Gordon John (I84)
 
160 Gordon was a helper in a dry forge, the family unit consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon, George and Ronald. Rupert, George (I85)
 
161 Gordon was a helper in a dry forge, the family unit consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon, George and Ronald. Rupert, Ronald (I86)
 
162 Gordon was a laborer in a paper mill, the family consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon and Muriel. Goetzmann, Adeline Augustina (I40)
 
163 Gordon was a laborer in a paper mill, the family consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon and Muriel. Rupert, Gordon Chiney (I83)
 
164 Gordon was a laborer in a paper mill, the family consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon and Muriel. Rupert, Gordon John (I84)
 
165 Gordon was a laborer in a paper mill, the family consisted of wife Adeline and children Gordon and Muriel. Rupert, Muriel (I87)
 
166 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of his wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Goetzmann, Josephine Henrietta (I38)
 
167 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of his wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Kitzmiller, Gordon Edward (I76)
 
168 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of his wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Kitzmiller, Glenn George (I77)
 
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kitzmiller, Gerald (I78)
 
170 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of his wife Josephine. Goetzmann, Josephine Henrietta (I38)
 
171 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of his wife Josephine. Kitzmiller, Gordon Edward (I76)
 
172 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Goetzmann, Josephine Henrietta (I38)
 
173 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Kitzmiller, Gordon Edward (I76)
 
174 Gordon was a plumber, the family consisted of wife Josephine and 2 sons Glenn and Gerald. Kitzmiller, Glenn George (I77)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kitzmiller, Gerald (I78)
 
176 Got 40 more acres Goetzmann, Anton (I1)
 
177 Got 80 acres in Washington County, Wisconsin. Goetzmann, Anton (I1)
 
178 He had no occupation, lived with his parents Christofferson, Leeland Henry (I45)
 
179 He had no occupation, lived with his parents Christofferson, Francis F (I46)
 
180 He lived with his parents and worked as a printer in a bag mill Goetzmann, Markus Anthony (I36)
 
181 He lived with his parents and worked in a bag mill Goetzmann, Frank Ulrich (I34)
 
182 He lived with his parents and worked in a paper mill Goetzmann, Peter Leo (I37)
 
183 He lived with his parents on Ducharme St, he was a backtender in a paper mill Goetzmann, Heinrich "Henry" (I31)
 
184 He owned his home and was a helper/Boiler maker, working at C&N W Ry; they lived on Park St. Goetzmann, Julius Wolfgang (I29)
 
185 He owned his home and was a helper/Boiler maker, working at C&N W Ry; they lived on Park St. Schermitzler, Augusta (I41)
 
186 He still worked for Fairbanks Morse Co Goetzmann, Heinrich "Henry" (I31)
 
187 He was a barber and he live with his parents Christofferson, Melvin Peter (I43)
 
188 He was a Boilermaker for the railroad, they owned their home at 311 Park St, the value was $4000 Goetzmann, Julius Wolfgang (I29)
 
189 He was a Boilermaker, they owned their home but it was now mortgaged Goetzmann, Julius Wolfgang (I29)
 
190 He was a coremaker for Fairbanks Morse Co.; He was described as having medium weight, medium build, grey eyes and black hair. Goetzmann, Heinrich "Henry" (I31)
 
191 He was a cutterman in a papermill, they owned their home on Ducharme St. Goetzmann, Valentine Heinrich "Henry" (I6)
 
192 He was a drayman in the express industry, likely for his moving company Christofferson, Peter Lars (I42)
 
193 He was a laborer Goetzmann, Valentine Heinrich "Henry" (I6)
 
194 He was a moulder in a foundry, he was already naturalized, he owned his home Christofferson, Peter Lars (I42)
 
195 He was a paper maker; He owned his home Goetzmann, Julius Wolfgang (I29)
 
196 He was a teamster in a drayline, he owned his home at 1117 Union St; he spoke Danish Christofferson, Peter Lars (I42)
 
197 He was a teamster in/for a paper mill and owned his house on Ducharme St. Goetzmann, Valentine Heinrich "Henry" (I6)
 
198 Henry is a coremaker, Augusta a housekeeper, there is a mystery child named "Gill", the census says it's a daughter 1 month old, this matches daughter Altha. Upon checking the births in Rock county, there is 2 children with the same birth date as Altha. One is a girl named Lizzie and the other is an unamed boy. Trying to sort this out. Goetzmann, Heinrich "Henry" (I31)
 
199 Henry is a coremaker, Augusta a housekeeper, there is a mystery child named "Gill", the census says it's a daughter 1 month old, this matches daughter Altha. Upon checking the births in Rock county, there is 2 children with the same birth date as Altha. One is a girl named Lizzie and the other is an unamed boy. Trying to sort this out. Howe, Augusta (I53)
 
200 Her birth is in the index for the year but the actual page with the record is missing. Bauer, Barbara (I2)
 

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