Katherine Mathilda Velten

F, ID No. 31, b. 21 November 1897, d. 1964
FatherJoseph Frank Velten b. 27 Oct 1859, d. 30 Jun 1944
MotherMary Anna Simmons b. 14 Mar 1867, d. 1 Mar 1907
RelationshipGrandaunt of David Velten

Spouse: Ralph Irwin Brown – children:


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Life Events

Common NameShe was usually known as Kate. 
Birth*Katherine Mathilda Velten was born on 21 November 1897 in Saint Louis, Missouri.1 
She was the daughter of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons
BaptismShe was baptized on 5 December 1897 in St. Liborius Church, located in Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri. Her godparents were Frederick Koerper and Mathilda Schulte.1 
(daughters) Census 1900Katie was listed as a daughter in the household of Joseph Velten (given age 40) on the 1900 Census in Capp's Creek Township, Barry County, Missouri.2 
(daughters) Census 1910Katie was listed as a daughter in the household of Joseph Velten (given age 50) on the 1910 Census recorded 3 May 1910 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.3 
Marriage*Katherine married Ralph Irwin Brown, son of Frank Brown and Ada Hughes, on 8 January 1917 in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois. The marriage ceremony was performed by John H. McEvoy, a county judge in Macon County. Witnesses were M. H. McEvoy and C. H. Patterson.4 
(wife) Census 1920Catherine was listed as the wife of Ralph Brown (given age 24) on the 1920 Census recorded 27 January 1920 in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.5 
(wife) Census 1930Kate was listed as the wife of Ralph I Brown (given age 34) on the 1930 Census recorded 16 April 1930 in Long Creek Township, Macon County, Illinois.6 
Burial*She was buried in 1964 in Fee Fee Cemetery, located in Bridgeton, Saint Louis County, Missouri.
Ralph and Kate (Velten) Brown Gravestone
Death*Katherine died in 1964 in Saint Louis, Missouri
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Citations

  1. [S171] St. Liborius Church (St. Louis, Missouri) Church Books; Vol. VII, Baptisms, January 1896-August 1908; micropublication, 2 rolls, roll no. 1871139, item 1 (Salt Lake City, UT:Genealogical Society of Utah, 1993), p. 83, entry 3.
  2. [S1134] Joseph Velten household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-623, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll 838, Enumeration District 3, Supervisor District 13, page 39B, line 70, dwelling 36, family 36.
  3. [S1135] Joseph Velten household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-624, 1,178 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll 795, Enumeration District 100, Supervisor's District 13, sheet 223B, dwelling 41, family 43.
  4. [S408] Ralph I. Brown & Katherine M. Velton, Marriage return, 17 Jan 1917, Macon County Marriage Returns 1915-1918, Book G: 326, Macon County Courthouse, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.
  5. [S1136] Ralph Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-625, 2,076 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Decatur, Macon, Illinois; Roll T625_385, Page 23A, Enumeration District 149, line 32.
  6. [S1137] Ralph I. Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-626, 2,667 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Long Creek, Macon, Illinois; Roll 538, Page 10B, Enumeration District 49, line 85, dwelling 242, family 242.

Frederick Joseph Velton

M, ID No. 32, b. 23 August 1900, d. 3 November 1972
FatherJoseph Frank Velten b. 27 Oct 1859, d. 30 Jun 1944
MotherMary Anna Simmons b. 14 Mar 1867, d. 1 Mar 1907
RelationshipGranduncle of David Velten

Spouse: Zora Virginia Lackey b. 12 January 1920, d. March 1993 – no known children


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Life Events

Biography*They had no children. 
Employment*Frederick was employed by the East Southern Iron Co. as an ironworker in Saint Louis, Missouri
Common NameHe was usually known as Fred Velton. 
Birth*Frederick Joseph Velton was born on 23 August 1900 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.1 
He was the son of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons
(sons) Census 1910Fred was listed as a son in the household of Joseph Velten (given age 50) on the 1910 Census recorded 3 May 1910 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.2 
Marriage*Frederick married Zora Virginia Lackey, daughter of Harvey Roscoe Lackey and Edna Ella Fancher, on 22 June 1946 in Saint Charles, Saint Charles County, Missouri. Fred and Zora had no children.3 
Death*Frederick died on 3 November 1972 Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri, at age 72.1 
Burial*He was buried after 3 November 1972 in Laurel Hill Cemetery, located in Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri.
Fred and Zora (Lackey) Velton Gravestone
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Last Edited20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S176] Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index V1.20 (Washington, DC, 1993), SSN 514-12-1264.
  2. [S1135] Joseph Velten household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-624, 1,178 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll 795, Enumeration District 100, Supervisor's District 13, sheet 223B, dwelling 41, family 43.
  3. [S1422] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com, original data from Missouri Marriage Records, microfilm, Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Missouri, St. Louis County, Fred Joseph Velton, age 45, to Zora Virginia Lackey, age 36, marr. 22 Jun 1946 St. Charles, Missouri.

Charles William Velton

M, ID No. 33, b. 9 June 1902, d. 1 July 1988
Charles William Velton
FatherJoseph Frank Velten b. 27 Oct 1859, d. 30 Jun 1944
MotherMary Anna Simmons b. 14 Mar 1867, d. 1 Mar 1907
RelationshipGranduncle of David Velten

Spouse: Gladys Fay Pickering – children:

ReferenceSS 573-36-91

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Life Events

Birth*Charles William Velton was born on 9 June 1902 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.1 
He was the son of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons
(sons) Census 1910Charles was listed as a son in the household of Joseph Velten (given age 50) on the 1910 Census recorded 3 May 1910 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.2 
Employment*Charles was employed by the U. S. Navy as a Naval officer 1919. 
Biography*Charles served in the U.S. Navy from 1919 to 1946. After retiring from the Navy, the family settled in Long Beach, California. 
Marriage*Charles married Gladys Fay Pickering, daughter of William Park Pickering and Louella Gertrude Joplin, on 3 December 1922 in Office of Justice of the Peace, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. At the time of their license application, Charles indicated he was living in Anderson, McDonald County, Missouri and Gladys was residing in Joplin, Missouri.3,4 
Death*Charles died on 1 July 1988 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, at age 86.1 
Burial*He was buried on 26 July 1988 in Westminster Memorial Park, located in Westminster, Orange County, California. Burial was in Westminster Memorial Park, 14801 Beach Boulevard, Westminster, California. The funeral was held at the Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary.1 
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Citations

  1. [S44] Charles William Velton, Death Certificate 88-113023, 25 Jul 1988, State of California, Deaprtment of Health Services, Office of Vital Records, Sacramento, Sacramento County, California.
  2. [S1135] Joseph Velten household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-624, 1,178 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll 795, Enumeration District 100, Supervisor's District 13, sheet 223B, dwelling 41, family 43.
  3. [S1369] Charles W. Velton & Gladys Fay Pickering, Marriage License, 3 Jun 1922, Cert. 1923A0010837, Recorder of Deeds Office, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.
  4. [S592] Samuel Benton Pickering and Elizabeth Johnson Descendant Report, Viewed 12 May 1998 from web site of Larry Vredenburgh, http://vredenburgh.org/vredenburgh/pages/pickering00.htm. Report contains acknowledgements but no source citations.

Theodore Robert Velton

M, ID No. 34, b. 20 September 1906, d. 10 October 1975
FatherJoseph Frank Velten b. 27 Oct 1859, d. 30 Jun 1944
MotherMary Anna Simmons b. 14 Mar 1867, d. 1 Mar 1907
RelationshipGranduncle of David Velten

Spouse: Marie M. King – children:


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Life Events

Common NameHe was usually known as Ted Velton. 
Birth*Theodore Robert Velton was born on 20 September 1906 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.1 
He was the son of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons
(sons) Census 1910Theodore was listed as a son in the household of Joseph Velten (given age 50) on the 1910 Census recorded 3 May 1910 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.2 
Marriage*Theodore married Marie M. King, daughter of Lincoln F. King and Audra Howey, on 22 November 1945 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.3 
Death*Theodore died on 10 October 1975 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, at age 69.1 
Burial*He was buried in Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery, located in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.4 
(Preceded in death) ObitTheodore Robert Velton died before Marie M. Velton, and was mentioned in the obituary of her 15 September 2002 in The Joplin Globe published in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.5 
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Last Edited8 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S176] Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index V1.20 (Washington, DC, 1993), SSN 495-30-3747.
  2. [S1135] Joseph Velten household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-624, 1,178 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll 795, Enumeration District 100, Supervisor's District 13, sheet 223B, dwelling 41, family 43.
  3. [S1422] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com, original data from Missouri Marriage Records, microfilm, Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Missouri, St. Louis County,Theodore R. Velton, age 39, to Marie M. King, age 40, marr. 22 Nov 1945 St. Charles, Missouri.
  4. [S1560] Find a Grave Cemetery Database [database on-line], Salt Lake City, UT: Jim Tipton, http://www.findagrave.com, Cemetery transcriptions and photos submitted by volunteers, Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery, Joplin, memorial# 59749397, Theodore R. Velton, b. 20 Sep 1905, d. 10 Oct 1975.
  5. [S1097] Obituaries, The Joplin Globe (online), Joplin, Missouri (http://www.joplinglobe.com), obit for Marie King, d. 14 Sep 2002 in Webb City, Missouri.

Gladys Fay Pickering

F, ID No. 35, b. 7 February 1904, d. 4 August 1999
FatherWilliam Park Pickering
MotherLouella Gertrude Joplin

Spouse: Charles William Velton – children:


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Life Events

Birth*Gladys Fay Pickering was born on 7 February 1904 in Snyder, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.1,2 
She was the daughter of William Park Pickering and Louella Gertrude Joplin
Marriage*Gladys married Charles William Velton, son of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons, on 3 December 1922 in Office of Justice of the Peace, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. At the time of their license application, Charles indicated he was living in Anderson, McDonald County, Missouri and Gladys was residing in Joplin, Missouri.3,2 
Death*Gladys died on 4 August 1999 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, at age 95.1 
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Citations

  1. [S574] Social Security Death Index [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com, data extracted from the Social Security Death Index Master File compiled by the Social Security Administration, SS No. 548-88-4035, entry for Gladys Velton of Hemet, b. 7 Feb 1904, d.
  2. [S592] Samuel Benton Pickering and Elizabeth Johnson Descendant Report, Viewed 12 May 1998 from web site of Larry Vredenburgh, http://vredenburgh.org/vredenburgh/pages/pickering00.htm. Report contains acknowledgements but no source citations.
  3. [S1369] Charles W. Velton & Gladys Fay Pickering, Marriage License, 3 Jun 1922, Cert. 1923A0010837, Recorder of Deeds Office, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

Armand Ray Velton

M, ID No. 36, b. 12 February 1925, d. 10 November 2013
Armand Velton (1925-2013)
FatherCharles William Velton b. 9 Jun 1902, d. 1 Jul 1988
MotherGladys Fay Pickering b. 7 Feb 1904, d. 4 Aug 1999
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of David Velten

Spouse: Karen Gay Parsons – no known children


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Life Events

Birth*Armand Ray Velton was born on 12 February 1925 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.1 
He was the son of Charles William Velton and Gladys Fay Pickering
Marriage*Armand married Karen Gay Parsons on 20 May 1972 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California.2,1 
Biography*They have no children. 
Death*Armand died on 10 November 2013 in Hemet, Riverside County, California, at age 88.3 
Burial*He was buried in Riverside National Cemetery, located in Riverside, Riverside County, California.3 
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Citations

  1. [S312] Vredenburgh family GEDCOM file, including descendants of Charles Velton and Gladys Pickering, Supplied 1994 by Larry Vredenburgh, 22113 McCarthy Drive, Tehachapi, CA 93561.
  2. [S538] California Department of Health, California Marrriage Index, Index of Grooms (1970-1979) (Sacramento: State Registrar of Vital Statistics), no. 70-20821, Armand R. Velton (age 47) to Karen G. Parsons (age 31), 20 May 1972.
  3. [S2025] Obituaries, Hemet Valley Mortuary (online), Riverside, California (http://www.hemetvalleymortuary.com/), obituary of Armand Ray Velton, b. 12 Feb 1925, d. 10 Nov 2013.

Teddie Jane Velton

F, ID No. 37
FatherCharles William Velton b. 9 Jun 1902, d. 1 Jul 1988
MotherGladys Fay Pickering b. 7 Feb 1904, d. 4 Aug 1999
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of David Velten

Spouse: Robert Warren Vredenburgh – children:


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Life Events

She is the daughter of Charles William Velton and Gladys Fay Pickering
Marriage*Teddie married Robert Warren Vredenburgh on 10 January 1953 in Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona.1 
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Citations

  1. [S312] Vredenburgh family GEDCOM file, including descendants of Charles Velton and Gladys Pickering, Supplied 1994 by Larry Vredenburgh, 22113 McCarthy Drive, Tehachapi, CA 93561.

Ralph Irwin Brown

M, ID No. 38, b. 2 January 1896, d. 1963
FatherFrank Brown
MotherAda Hughes

Spouse: Katherine Mathilda Velten – children:


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Life Events

Employment*Ralph was employed as Fire Chief in Saint Ann, Saint Louis County, Missouri
Birth*Ralph Irwin Brown was born on 2 January 1896 in Grand River, Decatur County, Iowa.1,2 
He was the son of Frank Brown and Ada Hughes
EmploymentRalph was employed as a steel worker in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, 7 January 1917. 
Marriage*Ralph married Katherine Mathilda Velten, daughter of Joseph Frank Velten and Mary Anna Simmons, on 8 January 1917 in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois. The marriage ceremony was performed by John H. McEvoy, a county judge in Macon County. Witnesses were M. H. McEvoy and C. H. Patterson.2 
Mlt WW I draft reg*The first World War I draft registration on 5 June 1917 required men between the ages of 21 and 31 to register and therefore included men born between June 5, 1886 and June 5, 1896. Ralph Irwin Brown registered for the draft on 5 June 1917 in Gary, Lake County, Indiana. He stated he was born 2 Jan 1896 in Grand River, Iowa and was employed as a glazer/painter. The clerk described him as being tall, of medium build, with blue eyes and light brown hair.1 
Census 1920*Ralph Brown (given age 24) was listed as the head of household on the 1920 Census recorded 27 January 1920 in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois. The official date of this census was 1 Jan 1920. Also living in the household were his wife, recorded as Catherine Brown (given age 22), his daughter, recorded as Mary L. Brown (given age 2 1/12). The family lived at 2053 N. College. Ralph was employed as an engineer for the Decatur High School.3 
Census 1930*Ralph was listed as the head of household on the 1930 Census recorded 16 April 1930 in Long Creek Township, Macon County, Illinois. The official date of this census was 1 Apr 1930. Also living in the household were his wife, recorded as Kate Brown (given age 32), his sons, recorded as Ralph Brown Jr. (given age 10) and Charles R. Brown (given age 6), his daughter, recorded as Lucille Brown (given age 12), his father-in-law, recorded as Joseph Velton (given age 70). Ralph and his family lived on route 10 in Long Creek. He was employed as a canner at a starch factory.4 
Death*Ralph died in 1963. 
Burial*He was buried in 1963 in Fee Fee Cemetery, located in Bridgeton, Saint Louis County, Missouri.
Ralph and Kate (Velten) Brown Gravestone
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Last Edited12 Nov 2011

Citations

  1. [S1126] 1917-18 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards; Ancestry online database (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002); Micropublication M1509, 20,243 rolls; National Archives and Records Administration, Lake County, Indiana, Roll 1503890, Draft Board 3, entry for Ralph I Brown of Gary, Indiana.
  2. [S408] Ralph I. Brown & Katherine M. Velton, Marriage return, 17 Jan 1917, Macon County Marriage Returns 1915-1918, Book G: 326, Macon County Courthouse, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.
  3. [S1136] Ralph Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-625, 2,076 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Decatur, Macon, Illinois; Roll T625_385, Page 23A, Enumeration District 149, line 32.
  4. [S1137] Ralph I. Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-626, 2,667 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Long Creek, Macon, Illinois; Roll 538, Page 10B, Enumeration District 49, line 85, dwelling 242, family 242.

Mary Lucille Brown

F, ID No. 39, b. 21 November 1917, d. 4 May 2011
FatherRalph Irwin Brown b. 2 Jan 1896, d. 1963
MotherKatherine Mathilda Velten b. 21 Nov 1897, d. 1964
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of David Velten

Spouse: William Andrew Deering – children:


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Life Events

Birth*Mary Lucille Brown was born on 21 November 1917 in Gary, Lake County, Indiana
She was the daughter of Ralph Irwin Brown and Katherine Mathilda Velten
(daughter) Census 1920Mary was listed as a daughter in the household of Ralph Brown (given age 24) on the 1920 Census recorded 27 January 1920 in Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.1 
(daughter) Census 1930Lucille was listed as the daughter of Ralph I Brown (given age 34) on the 1930 Census recorded 16 April 1930 in Long Creek Township, Macon County, Illinois.2 
Marriage*Mary married William Andrew Deering on 7 April 1933 in Saint Louis, Missouri
Death*Mary died on 4 May 2011 in Missouri, at age 93.3 
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Last Edited22 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. [S1136] Ralph Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-625, 2,076 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Decatur, Macon, Illinois; Roll T625_385, Page 23A, Enumeration District 149, line 32.
  2. [S1137] Ralph I. Brown household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-626, 2,667 rolls, National Archives, Washington, DC, Long Creek, Macon, Illinois; Roll 538, Page 10B, Enumeration District 49, line 85, dwelling 242, family 242.
  3. [S574] Social Security Death Index [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com, data extracted from the Social Security Death Index Master File compiled by the Social Security Administration, SS No. 492-16-3062, Mary L. Deering pf St. Ann, Missouri, b. 21 Nov 1917, d. 4 May 2011 Missouri.

Michael Velten

M, ID No. 40, b. 29 June 1829, d. 19 March 1897
Michael Velten
FatherJohann Peter Velten b. 26 Mar 1798, d. 1 Nov 1879
MotherAnna Maria Müller b. 24 Jan 1804, d. 27 Sep 1838
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of David Velten

Spouse: Katherine Miller – children:


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Life Events

Biography*Michael Velten was born on June 29, 1829 in the Rheinland-Pfalz area of southwest Germany, in the village of Nanzweiler. As a young man of 19, he emigrated to the United States, departing from the port of LeHavre on the ship Severn and arriving in New York on June 28, 1848. He then travelled to Ohio, probably by steamboat up the Hudson river and canal boat west on the Erie canal, since railroads had not made it to that part of Ohio by 1848. By 1850, he was working as a hired hand on the farm of Benjamin P. Smith in Lyme township, Huron county, Ohio.

After their marriage, Michael and Catherine lived with Catherine's parents on their farm in Huron township in Erie county, near Sandusky. Their first three children, Mary, Joseph, and Margaret were born in Erie county. In 1863, Joseph Miller moved his family to Reed township in Seneca county, buying land in Reedtown on October 19, 1863. Michael and Catherine moved with the Millers, buying 80 acres of land next to the Millers for $2000 from John M. Terry of Peru, Huron county. They had six more children born in Reedtown: John, Peter Albert, Jacob, Charles David, Ida Rose, and Katherine.

On April 17, 1877, their oldest child, Mary, married Andrew Fritz of Bismarck, a neighbor of Mary's aunt and uncle, Elizabeth (Miller) and George Schwartz. The land records show that on April 4, 1877, Michael Velten sold his land to Andrew Fritz for $4000. Apparently the Veltens were planning their move to Missouri as early as 1877, but they were still living on the land in 1880 when the census was taken. However, in 1881 the Veltens finally made their move to Missouri, leaving daughter Mary and son-in-law Andrew behind. They also left behind daughter Margaret, who had married Fred Koerper in April 1880.

The Veltens moved to Barry county, Missouri, buying land in January 1882 from Charles Peterson and in May 1882 from the St. Louis and San Francisco railroad. The land is in section 4 of township 25, range 28, in an area known as Capps Creek, located just south of Peirce City and the Lawrence county line. It is rolling prairie and Capps Creek flows just south of it. And in 1883, Catherine Velten gave birth to her tenth and final child, Cora, the only child actually born in Missouri. 
Birth*Michael Velten was born on 29 June 1829 in Nanzweiler, Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.1,2 
BaptismHe was baptized on 30 June 1829 in Glan-Münchweiler, Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. His godparents were Michael Velten and Catharina Weidinger of Nanzweiler.1 
He was the son of Johann Peter Velten and Anna Maria Müller
Immigration*Michael immigrated to the United States on 28 June 1848. As a young man of 19, Michael filed the documents necessary to legally emigrate, resulting in a notice published in the Amts- und Intelligenzblatte für die Pfalz published in Speyer on 1 Mar 1848. He left his family and emigrated to the United States, departing from the port of LeHavre on the ship Severn, arriving in the Port of New York on 28 Jun 1848. He then travelled to Ohio. Since railroads had not reached that part of Ohio by 1848, the usual route was to take a steamboat up the Hudson river into the Mohawk river; then a canal boat west on the Erie canal; and then a lake steamer to Cleveland or Sandusky. One wonders if Michael stopped to visit his cousin, William Backes, in Cornwall-on-Hudson.3
Notice of Emigration, Michael Velten
(household member) Census 1850 - freeMichael was listed as a household member living with Benjamin P. Smith on the 1850 Census in Lyme Township, Huron County, Ohio.4 
EmploymentMichael was employed by the farmer Benjamin Smith as a farm laborer in Lyme Township, Huron County, Ohio, 21 August 1850. He also attended school during the year, in addition to his work on the farm.5 
Marriage License*Michael Velten and Katherine Miller obtained a marriage license on 7 May 1856 in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.6 
MarriageMichael married Katherine Miller, daughter of Joseph Miller and Catherine Pabst, on 13 May 1856 in St. Sebastian's Church, located in Bismarck, Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio. They were most probably married in St. Sebastian's Church in Bismarck by Fr. Peter Wilhelmy, one of the missionary priests from Marywood assigned to St. Sebastian at this time. The marriage entry was recorded in the record books of St. Michael's Church in Marywood (Frank) by Fr. Wilhelmy. But the marriage return submitted by Fr. Wilhelmy indicated that the marriage was performed in "Scheurman." After their marriage, Michael and Catherine lived with Catherine's parents on their farm in Huron township in Erie county, near Sandusky. Their first three children, Mary, Joseph, and Margaret were born in Erie county.7,8 
Employment*Michael was employed at the farm of his father-in-law as a farmer in Huron Township, Erie County, Ohio, in 1860. 
(household member) Census 1860 - freeMichael was listed as a household member living with Joseph Miller on the 1860 Census in Huron Township, Erie County, Ohio.9  
Deed*He bought property from John M. Terry on 19 October 1863 in Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio. Michael's father-in-law, Joseph Miller, moved his family to Reed township in Seneca county, buying land in Reedtown on October 19, 1863. Michael and Catherine moved with the Millers, buying 80 acres of land next to the Millers for $2000 from John M. Terry of Peru, Huron county. The parcel was 80 acres, the West 1/2 of North-West 1/4 of Section 14 in Township 2 North, Range 17.10 
(godparent) BaptismMichael became Maria Isabella Casanova's godparent at her baptism on 30 July 1865 in St. Michael's Church, located in Frank, Seneca County, Ohio.11 
Census 1870*Michael was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio, The entry for Milford Feltom is clearly the Michael Velten entry. The name is mangled but the family members, names, and ages make it certain this is the correct enumeration of the family. Listed are Michael, head of household and farmer, age 39; Catherine, age 33; Mary, age 12; Frank J, age 10; Margaret G, age 7; John H, age 5; and William J, age 1.12 
(neighbor) Census 1870Michael Velten was listed as a neighbor of Joseph Miller on the 1870 Census in Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio.13 
(godparent) BaptismMichael became Cecilia Sophia Miller's godparent at her baptism on 2 March 1873 in Assumption Church, located in Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio.14 
Deed*He sold property to Andrew Fritz on 4 April 1877 in Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio. Michael Velten sold his farm in Reedtown to his son-in-law, Andrew Fritz for $4000. This was apparently in anticipation of the Velten family's move to Missouri. However, the Veltens were still living in Reedtown at the time of the 1880 U.S. census.15 
Photo*Below is a photograph of the Velten home in Capps Creek Township, Barry County, Missouri. Sitting in front are Michael Velten and his wife, Katherine [Milller] Velten, holding the family Bible. The chair with the doll to the left of Michael represents Cora, the youngest daughter who was boarding in town while attending school. Standing, from left: Joe, holding son Frank; his wife, Mary Anna Simmons; John Velton; Ida Rose Velten; and Charles David Velten, with the fiddle. The date on the photograph would be about 1885, shortly after the birth of Frank, my grandfather, in 1884.

The young trees in the backgound are Black Walnut trees. They are still standing today and engulf the front of the house. Unfortunately, the house is abandoned and falling down, the land having been sold to a cattle rancher in Monett who uses the land to graze stock.
The Velten Homestead in Capps Creek, Missouri
Will*He made a will, dated 7 March 1894 and signed in Barry County, Missouri. Michael Velten's will was a simple two-page, handwritten document written in March of 1894, three years before his death. From the will we learn the names of his children, who appear to be listed in order of birth. Of the daughters, Mary and Margaret were married.

The text of the will is as follows, with spelling and punctuation as it appeared in the original.16 
Text of Will*
Last Will and Testament

     "I, Michael Velten, of Barry County, Missouri, being mindful of the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death do hereby make and publish this my last Will and Testament.
     "I appoint my beloved wife Catherine Velten Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and authorize and empower her to sell and dispose of + convert into cash such portion of my estate as may be necessary to provide funds to pay my debts and funeral expenses and to satisfy the bequests herein made and I desire that she be not required to give bond. I give and bequeath to my son Joseph F Velten one dollar, to my son John H. Velten one dollar, to my son Peter A Velten one dollar, to my son Jacob W Velten one dollar, to my son Charles D Velten one dollar, to my daughter Mary Fritz, nee Velten, one dollar, to my daughter Maggie Carber, nee Velten, one dollar, to my daughter Ida Velten one dollar, to my daughter Katie Velten one dollar and to my daughter Cora Velten one dollar.
     "All the residue of my estate both real and personal that I own at the time of my death and that may be left after payment of the debts, expenses and bequests above above mentioned I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Catherine Velten to have and to hold as her absolute property.
     "In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name, in the presence of the witnesses hereto this 7th day of March, 1894.

[signed] Michael Velten

     "We the undersigned do hereby certify that the above and foregoing writing was signed published and declared by the aforesaid Michael Velten at the date thereof as and for his last will and testamenmt at whose request and in whose presence and in the presence of each other we have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereby attesting said will this 7th day of March, 1894."

[signed] Allen Hudson, B.T. Abernathy
 
Death*Michael died on 19 March 1897 in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri, at age 67.2 
Burial*He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, located in Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri.2
Michael and Katherine Velten Tombstone
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Dave's Pedigree
Last Edited11 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S1282] Kurt Brehmer, Kurt Weinkauf, Michael Barziniank and Jakob Lill, comp., Register zu den Kirchenbüchern der katholischen Pfarrei Glan-Münchweiler, Band III, Taufen von 1816 bis 1899 (Ramstein, Germany: Self-published, 2006), p. 61, T1829/26, Michael Velten, son of Peter Velten and Anna Maria Müller of Nanzweiler, b. 29 Jun 1829 Nanzweiler, bap. 30 Jun 1829 Glan-Münchweiler.
  2. [S158] Michael Velten Tombstone, Saint Mary's Cemetery, Pierce City, Lawrence County, Missouri; Read and photographed by author, Jul 1995.
  3. [S155] Michael Velten; American Ship SEVERN Passenger Manifest, June 28, 1848, page 1, line 37; Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1848; Micropublication; National Archives, Washington, DC.
  4. [S791] Benjamin P. Smith, 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Lyme Township, Huron County, Ohio, Sheet 146, dwelling 957, family 982, Micropublication M432, National Archives, Washington, DC.
  5. [S168] Benjamin P. Smith, 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Lyme Township, Huron County, Ohio, Page 146, dwelling 957, family 982, Micropublication M432, National Archives, Washington, DC.
  6. [S159] Michael Velton & Catharine Muller, Marriage License, 7 May 1856, Huron County Marriage Book 1: 51, no. 296, Huron County Courthouse, Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio.
  7. [S154] Michael Velton & Catherine Muller, Marriage Return, 13 Jun 1856, Huron County Marriage Book 1: 296, Huron County Courthouse, Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio.
  8. [S931] St. Michael Catholic Church Records, Frank, Ohio; Marriages, 1853-1897; Micropublication series MS-903, 2 rolls, roll no. 1, item 2 (Bowling Green, Ohio: Center for Archival Collection, Bowling Green State University, 2001), 1856, entry for Michaelis Velten and Maria Müller, married 13 May 1856 by Fr. Peter Wilhelmy.
  9. [S160] Joseph Miller, 1860 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Huron Township, Erie County, OH, Printed page 265, line 26, dwelling 1603, family 1584, Micropublication M653, National Archives, Washington, DC.
  10. [S210] John M. Terry to Michael Velten, Sale of Land, Seneca County Deed Book 39: 26. Seneca County Courthouse, Tiffin, Seneca County, Ohio.
  11. [S928] St. Michael Catholic Church Records, Frank, Ohio; Baptisms, 1852-1896; Micropublication series MS-903, 2 rolls, roll no. 1, item 4 (Bowling Green, Ohio: Center for Archival Collection, Bowling Green State University, 2001), 1865, no. 712, bapt. of Maria Isabella, dau. of Joh. Petri Kasanofa and Margaretha Falter, b. 23 Jul 1865, bap. 30 Jul 1865.
  12. [S792] Milford Feltom, 1870 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio, Entry ID: Sheet 29-30, Micropublication M593, National Archives, Washington, DC.
  13. [S382] Joseph Miller, 1870 US Population Schedule, Reed Township, Seneca County, Ohio, page 235, Micropublication M593, Reel 1266, National Archives, Washington, DC.
  14. [S215] Cecilia Sophia Mueller, Baptismal entry, 2 Mar 1873, "Liber Baptismorum Congregationes Assumptionis Beatae Mariae Virginis, Diocesis Clevelandensis, fondata Anno D. 1867," (photocopy of original church book provided by James Daniel, Los Angeles, California), 1873, entry 3, Original document at the St. Michael's (now St. Gaspar) parish office, Frank, Seneca County, Ohio.
  15. [S211] Michael Velten To Andrew Fritz, Sale of Land, Deed Book 69: 193. Seneca County Courthouse, Tiffin, Seneca County, Ohio.
  16. [S299] Michael Velten, Will Book, Barry County Courthouse, Cassville, Barry County, Missouri.