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Frank August Plageman and Emma Louise (Gadeke) Plageman , Pleasant Valley
Charles W. and Grace Plageman , Eckley
Arthur Wiebold , Eckley
Frank Plageman cash-claimed a quarter in 10, 4N 47W in 1890.
In 1885 Polk County, Nebraska, A. Gadeke is 55 farming, wife Frederek 49, Emma 20, O.A. 28, Sophia 13, Wm. 15, and Gusta 8. Only Gusta was born in Nebraska, the rest in Germany.
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In 1900 Polk County, Frank, 39 and Amelia 29, have been married four years. She's had two children, both living. They are Albert April 1897 and Emma Sept 1898. Emma's kids - Carl F. July 1888, Clara S. January 1891, and Minnie Nov 1892.
July 17, 1901
Carl 1888-1974 is buried in Columbus # 19001534 - with Clara R. (Bienz) Plageman 1880-1976.
" Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Plagemann announce the marriage of their daughter, Minnie Augusta, to Mr. Fred Seipp, of Portland, Ore., Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at The Island Lutheran church. Rev. Herman Meissler, of Columbus, administered the vows. They were attended by Albert Plagemann, brother of the bride, and Miss Margaret Seipp, sister of the groom. Miss Martha Plagemann, cousin of the bride, played the wedding march and Misses Adele and Olga, Eugene and Elmer Meissler, from the Lutheran church choir in Columbus, of which Miss Minnie has been a member for the past four years, sang several numbers at the church and later at the home. The bride was prettily attired in her traveling suit and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Invitations were issued to nearly seventy-five relatives and friends. After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plagemann where a four-course dinner was served at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Seipp will be at home after April 1 at Portland, Ore."
In 1870 Dodge County, Wisconsin, Henry Plagemann and Augusta are 29, with Dorotha 3, Agnes 2, and Julius 1.
Dora Plageman is a house keeper for Ferdinand and Emilia Voight in 1880 Dodge County.
In 1880 Dodge County, Wisconsin, Henry Plagemann is 39, Augusta 39, with Agnes 13, Julius 12, Bernard 10, Fred 6, and William 3.
1899 Norfolk, Nebraska "Wm. Wiebold, Stanton's rustling implement dealer, had business in Norfolk today."
In 1900 Stanton County Nebraska, Henry born Nov 1840 and Augusta March 1841 , both born in Germany, have Jouilous April 1869 and William C. Nov 1876, both Wisconsin.
In 1910 Stanton County, Nebraska, Charles Wm. Plageman is 33, Grace R. 27, Leonard B. 4, and Doris A. 3
Also in 1910 Stanton County, Henry and Augusta, both 69, have Fred W. 35.
Henry 1841-1916 is buried in Stanton # 122718250. So is Augusta 1841-1915 # 122718274
Charles proved up 320 acres in 11, 12, and 13, 2N 46W in 1914, witnesses Frank Forsythe, Charles Yenter, Leo Yenter, Fred Plageman, all of Eckley, Colorado.
1915 Hayseed Items, Yuma County "Art Weibold went to his old home in Nebraska to be operated on for appendicitis."
In 1916 Arthur Wiebold proved up 320 acres in 11, 12, and 13. He must be the Arthur Wiebold, born in Stanton County, Nebraska to William Wiebold and Dora Plageman, who married Adele Rose Roerig in Marion Iowa May 31, 1919. The marriage record said he was born in 1897 at "Cesnarr" Iowa to Wiliam Wiebold and Dora "Pigeman".
June 12, 1919 Williamsburg "Arthur Wiebold and Miss Adele Roerig were married in Marion. The announcement of the union was the occasion of a delightful surprise to the many friends of the young couple. The bride is a native of Iowa and past year and a half was the efficient nurse in charge at the Marengo... where her skill and womanly bearing won her many ... The groom is a native of Hilton township and has resided in this county for practically all his life. He is connected with the Marengo Telephone Company and his reliability and industrious habits mark him as a ... success is already..."
He registered in Iowa, was there in 1910 and 1920 census.
January 29, 1948 Williamsburg, Iowa: Mrs. Arthur Wiebold, 51, of Clinton died there at 4 p.m. Friday in Mercy hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks. Funeral services were held Monday morning in Sacred Heart Church, Clinton, with Rev. Nicholas Meinhardt reading the requiem mass. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery, Adella Roerig was born Jan. 24, 1897 at Le Mars, Iowa. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Roerig. She was a graduate of the school of nursing at St. Francis hospital, Kewanee, Ill. During World War I she was a head nurse at the Mineral Springs hospital at Marengo. She was married to Arthur Wiebold on May 31, 1919. They made their home in Williamsburg where Mr. Wiebold was manager of the local telephone company. Mrs. Wiebold was a member of the Foresters, Court 443, a charter member of the Daughters of Isabella, Circle 3 ,of the Altar and Rosary Society of Sacred Heart church and of the Sacred Heart school P.T.A. She is survived by her husband, four children, Donald W., Lualis M., Harold F., and Barbara Jeanne, all of Clinton; six sisters, Mrs. E. M. Salentini, Mrs. J. I. Meis and Mrs. George Kilker, all of Le Mars; Mrs. R, W. Childress of Williamsburg, Miss Anna Roerig of St. Paul, Minn.; and Mrs. C. A. Blakeslee of Leavenworth, Kansas; two brothers, Frank J. of Thompson, Mo,, and Matt Roerig of Le Mars. She was preceded in death by her parents and an infant daughter.
Arthur Wiebold 1891-1973 is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Clinton, County, Iowa.
Don Wiebold, 90, passed away Friday, December 31, 2010 at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines. Funeral services will be held 2pm Tuesday, January 4, 2011, at Westminster Presbyterian Church where the family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow at Resthaven Cemetery. Don served in the US Navy during WWII. He was employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company for 37 years, retiring in 1978. Don was a member of the Downtown Kiwanis Club for 30 years and a Shriner for 60 years, holding leadership positions in both organizations. He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church. Don is survived by his wife of 56 years, Doris, his sisters, Barb Davis and Lualis Foster, both of Clinton; brother, Harold Wiebold of Phoenix, four nieces and many friends. -
Charles registered with an Eckley address, born November 25, 1876, farming, relative Mrs. Grace Plageman of Eckley.
Fred William Plageman registered with an Eckley address, born June 22, 1874, farming by himself, nearest relative Dora M. Wiebold of Conroy, Iowa.
1919 Eckley "Ves Townsend is putting up his rye this week on the Plageman place."
In 1920 Eckley precinct, Charlie Plegeman is 42, Grace 37, with Leonard 15, Doris 13, both Nebraska, Neva 6, Colorado, and brother Fred 44, Wisconsin.
Fred W. Plageman proved up on two quarters in 18, 2N 45W in 1917, witnesses Charles W. Plageman, William Hamilton, Frank Forsythe, and Edward Weeks, all of Eckley.
In 1940 Pierce, Colorado, Charles - no occupation - is 63, born in Wisconsin, Grace 57 Nebraska, and Neva 26, Colorado.
November 7, 1955 Greeley "Mrs. Marion Brooks of San Diego, Calif., is visiting here this week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Plageman, and with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Daisy Pearson. She was called home recently by the illness and death of her mother, Mrs. Charles Plageman of Fort Morgan."
Fred is buried in Eaton, Colorado 1874-1939 # 101425068
April 20, 1939 Greeley
Charles W. 1876-1967 is buried in Fort Morgan #75917864, with Grace R. 1882-1955.
Doris A. Plageman married Earnest R. Waters November 12, 1927, recorded in Denver.
Leonard Plageman married Helen Yates Wilson June 11, 1938, recorded in Weld County.
Leonard is an electrician in 1940 Eaton, with Helen 29, born in Colorado. She was in Scottsbluff Neraska in 1935.
Leonard Ben Plageman died 10/23/1987, buried in Sunset.
Helen Yates (Wilson) Plageman;s obituary was in the April 27, 2006 newspaper.
Neva Charline Brooks, born April 17, 1913 in Colorado, died January 20, 1996 in Orange County, mother Hanff, father Plageman.
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