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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

August Weinmann, Walter Weinmann , 8 South 49 West

August was born in 1858 in Elberfeld, Germany. He was married 18 Mar 1882 in Paterson, New Jersey to Julianna Thelan.
In 1900 Passaic County, New Jersey, August Weinman born May 1853 married 19 years to Julia June 1860, also Germany, hae August Jan 1883, Julyia June 1884, Lida Aug 1885, Wiliam Dec 1866, Walter April 1889, Amel Jan 1892, Metha April 1893, Arthur Oct 1895, and Eddie Nov 1896, all kids born in New Jersey.
In 1905 Passaic County, August and Julia have Julia, Lyda, William, Walter, Amel, Matha, Ada, Arthur, Edward, and Lillian.

In 1910 Kit Carson County, August is 51, Julia 49, with Walter 21, Emil 18, Matha 17, Ada 16, Arthur 15, Edward 13, and Lillian 9, all kids born in New Jersey.

On the same page is August Jr. 27, married to Clara 26 born in Germany. They've been married four years, and have had one child, not living.
Clara Dickten, a servant, age 22, arrived in New York February 13, 1905 on the Umbria with her brother Emil, age 32, a blacksmith. has:
"There is also another arrival for an Abraham Dickten, 14 May 1907, SS Finland, Age 62y, widowed, place of residence Elberfeld, Germany, occupation r _ bbon weaver. The manifest shows Abraham visiting Emil Dickten, son, at the corner of Clair and Schools in Paterson, NJ. A sister is listed as A. Weinmann in Paterson, NJ. I would love to hear from anyone who has an association with any of the people listed above. I have been told that one of his relatives worked for the German-American Shipping lines, however, I have been unable to find anything on that shipping line. He died at the age of 36 years and 1 day.
Cora L. Jacobs "

In 1915 Tioga County, New York, August is 57, farming, with Julia 55, Otto 19, Emiel 24, Edward 18, and Lillian 14.
In 1925 Prospect Park, New Jersey, Julia Weinmann (wid August) lives at 259 N. 12th.

August proved up a quarter in 23, 8S 49W in 1913.
Walter proved up a quarter in 25 in 1916.


August registered for WWI with a Seibert address born January 10, 1883, nearest relative Clara.
In 1920 August Jr. and Clara are living alone in Montezuma County, Colorado, and in 1930 they have a son Allen A. 5.
Allen A. Weinmann 1927-1937 is buried in Montezuma County # 80198237.

August was appointed a notary public in 1924, Montezuma County.

In 1940 Montezuma County, Clara is 56, divorced, with Leon - son 9, born in Colorado.
Cora L. Dickten-Jacobs wrote "Clara is my Great Aunt. She is the sister of Otto Dickten, daughter of Abraham Dickten. She was married to August Weinmann. "
Thank you, Cora

Clara 1882-1970 is buried in Montezuma County.
"Former Cortez resident Leon Weinmann died Monday, Jan. 30, 2012 in Denver. He was 81. Leon Weinmann was born in Denver on Nov. 29, 1930 and adopted by Clara and August Weinmann of Ackmen, Colo. He graduated from Cortez High School. He attended Old Fort Lewis and served with the Army in Japan during the Korean conflict and then with the Colorado National Guard.In 1957 he married Lela Marguerite Shull Steele in Durango. That same year they moved to Durango and Leon joined the Durango Fire Department. He retired as a Captain in January 1979. "

Walter registered for WWI in Seibert, with a wife and child, born April 27, 1889 in Paterson, New Jersey, farmimng.
Elma T. Weinmann 1898-1922 is buried in Montezuma County, Colorado # 55002900.
In 1930 Otsego County, New York, there's Walter Weinman is 40 born in New Jersey, Jennie 39 in Holland, with Eldora A. 13 Colorado, Lillian G. 10, Colorado, and Ada, 8 Colorado.

Eldora Gregory, 97 yrs. old of New Berlin, NY passed away on October 7, 2014 at the Norwich Rehabilitation & Nursing Center where she had resided for the past six months.
Eldora Elma Weinman Gregory was born on March 6, 1917 to Walter and Elma Tewell Weinman in Seibert, Colorado where they were homesteaders. Eldora's family moved to New Berlin in 1930 and settled on Shacktown Mtn. The girls attended the one room school for a couple of years. They then moved to the Morris Turnpike and went to the Hoboken School. Eldora had to walk or ride the milk truck to New Berlin to attend high school where she graduated in 1936, second in her class! She went to nursing school at Binghamton City hospital for 1 year but quit as she was lonesome for the farm.
Eldora married Stephen D. Gregory, a former classmate, in 1938. She was a housewife and helper on the farm which she enjoyed very much.
Five sons were born to Stephen and Eldora; Gerald (Helen) of Mt. Upton, Delbert (Kathy) of Belen, New Mexico, Ray (Linda) of Norwich, Herbert (Sandy) of Homer and Everett (Victoria) of Pittsfield. Stephen passed away in 1983.
She is also survived by a sister; Lillian Holl, 7 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a sister; Ada Tallman and brothers-in-law; Ray Tallman and Paul Holl .
Eldora lived in Chase Apartments in New Berlin for nearly 30 years. She worked for Chase Nursing Home for over 10 years and kept busy knitting, volunteering and baking cookies.
Eldora wrote this obituary about 10 years ago! She was a "take charge lady". We will miss you Mom!
A memorial service for Eldora will be held on Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the First United Methodist Church, New Berlin, NY with her granddaughter the Reverend Amy Gregory, officiating. There will be a time to greet the family from 1:00-2:00 PM prior to the funeral service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church, New Berlin or the Pittsfield Fire Department.
DECATUR, NY - Ada W. Tallman, 82, died Monday, Dec. 1, 2003, at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta.
She was born April 14, 1921, in Yellow Jacket, Colo., the daughter of Walter and Elma (Tewell) Weinmann. Her family moved to New Berlin in 1930, where she graduated from New Berlin Central School in 1939.
Ada married Raymond L. Tallman on April 25, 1942, in Edmeston. She has been a resident of Worcester since 1959, after her husband's retirement from the US Army. She and her family lived in 12 states and 14 Army Posts, including three years in Tokyo, Japan, and three years in the Panama Canal Zone.
Ada was a motor vehicle clerk for Otsego County. She worked in the Oneonta office from 1960 to 1983.
She was a member of the Worcester American Legion Post 1584 Auxiliary since 1960, where she held most offices; the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 138, Schenevus, since 1961, serving as Worthy Matron in 1980, 1986 and 1987, also District Deputy Grand Matron, Otsego Schoharie District in 1988; a life and charter member of the Schenevus VFW Post 592 Auxiliary, and a member of the Board of Elections in Decatur for a number of years.
She loved her family, gardening, bird watching, sewing of all sorts, knitting, crocheting and quilting.
Survivors include her husband, Raymond L. Tallman Sr., of Decatur; her children, Elizabeth T. DeMartino of Marietta, Ga., Barbara J. Tallman of Phoenix, Ariz., and Raymond L. Jr. and Linda Tallman of Richmondville; grandchildren, Robert D. DeMartino, Sean R. and Jennifer DeMartino, Todd A. DeMartino, Jennifer A. Geerken and Rebecca L. Tallman; great-grandchildren, Connor and Mason DeMartino; two sisters, Eldora Gregory and Lillian Holl, both of New Berlin; and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be held Sunday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the E.J. Skinner Co. Funeral Chapel in Worcester. The American Legion Auxiliary service will start at 8 p.m. followed by the Order of the Eastern Star Service. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, Dec. 8, at the Worcester United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Jane Pykus, pastor officiating. Burial will follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery in Worcester.
Contributions may be made to the Worcester Cub Scouts, Pack 19, care of Janette Gardner, 1095 Smith Road, Worcester, NY 12197.
Funeral arrangements are by E.J. Skinner Co., 155 Main St., Worcester.
Buried in Maple Grove # 96965958

Walter and Jennie are alone in 1940 Otsego County, where he's a farm laborer.

Arthur, 24, his wife Ella 23, and Ameil 28 are dairy farming in New Jersey in 1920
The next household is Julia Wineman, 59, widowed.
In 1940 Wayne, New Jersey, Arthur and Ella are both 44, with Doris 17 and Marjorie 14.
"LINCOLN PARK, New Jersey - Services were held for Marjorie Aileen Weinmann Davies, 87, of Rocky Mount, Va., who died on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. She was a former resident of this community. Mrs. Davies was born in Paterson. She was a parishioner of Jacksonville Chapel, Lincoln Park. Services were Saturday at Franklin Heights Baptist Church, Rocky Mount. Arrangements were by the Flora Funeral Service and Cremation Center, Rocky Mount. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Franklin Heights Baptist Church Picnic Pavilion Fund, 110 Hilltop Drive, Rocky Mount, VA 24151. Mrs. Davies is survived by her husband, Don; her daughters, Jan Stanger of Roanoke, Va., Kathy Petonak of Pompton Plains, and Donna Bates of Boones Mill, Va.; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents, Arthur and Ella Weinmann; and her sister, Doris."

In 1930 Passaic County, New Jersey, on Winemann Lane, Hampton Auld is 29, Lillian 28, with Hampton C. 8, Arthur 7, and Lois 2. With them is her moter Julia Weinman, widowed, 69.

Metha Weinmann, Merrill, born April 30, 1893 in New Jersey, died June 29, 1984 in Contra Costa County, California.

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