Peter Bischoff

M, ID No. 7281, b. 1785, d. 1 January 1873

Spouse: Catharina Waldbaum – children:


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Birth*Peter Bischoff was born in 1785 in Germany.1 
Marriage*Peter married Catharina Waldbaum circa 1821 in Germany
Immigration*Peter immigrated from Germany to the United States, arriving 26 August 1833 at Port of New York, New York County, New York. Peter and his family embarked on the ship Charles Carroll out of the Port of Le Havre. Peter declared his occupation to be a tailor.2 
Census 1850 - free*Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census recorded 20 September 1850 in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio. Catherine Bishop (given age 54), Jacob Bishop (given age 27), Francis Bishop (given age 21), Elizabeth Bishop (given age 18), Mary Bishop (given age 15) and Peter Bishop (given age 13) were listed as household members. Peter and Catherine farmed in Sherman Township with their six children.3 
(household member) Census 1860 - freePeter was listed as a household member living with Jacob Bischoff on the 1860 Census in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.4  
(household member) Census 1870Peter was listed as a household member living with Lewis Bauer (given age 37) on the 1870 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.5 
Death*Peter died on 1 January 1873 in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.1 
Last Edited26 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S1464] Peter Bischoff and Catherine Waldbaum Register Report, Prepared 3 Sep 2002 by Marilyn F. Hahler, Wichita, Kansas. Based on extensive research, some embeded source citations but no endnotes or footnotes; includes index, p. 1, Peter Bischoff family.
  2. [S1057] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com, compiled from Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897 (Pub M237); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; and Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 (Pub T715), Roll M237_20, Line 12, List number 688, ship Charles Carroll out of Le Havre, arr. 26 Aug 1833.
  3. [S1130] Peter Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Seventh Census of the United States, 1850: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-432, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M432_697, Page 118, line 20, dwelling 1581, family 1619.
  4. [S1131] Jacob Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-653, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M653_990, Page 35, line 28, dwelling 610, family 576.
  5. [S1132] Lewis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Ninth Census of the United States, 1870: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-593, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M593_373, Page 457, line 16, dwelling 122, family 120.
  6. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana (online (http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem16.htm), 1997-1998), entry for Peter Bischoff, b. 15 Jun 1837, d. 15 Oct 1892.

Elizabeth Bischoff

F, ID No. 7282, b. 15 December 1831, d. 2 July 1896
FatherPeter Bischoff b. 1785, d. 1 Jan 1873
MotherCatharina Waldbaum b. c 1798, d. c 4 Nov 1864

Spouse: Aloysius Bauer – children:


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Life Events

Birth*Elizabeth Bischoff was born on 15 December 1831 in Germany.1 
She was the daughter of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum
(child) ImmigrationElizabeth Bishoff (given age 1 1/2) was a child travelling with immigrant Peter Bishoff (given age 48) when he immigrated from Germany to the United States, arriving 26 August 1833 at Port of New York, New York County, New York.2 
(household member) Census 1850 - freeElizabeth was listed as a household member living with Peter Bischoff on the 1850 Census in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.3 
(household member) Census 1860 - freeElizabeth was listed as a household member living with Jacob Bischoff on the 1860 Census in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.4  
Marriage*Elizabeth married Aloysius Bauer on 27 May 1867 in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio
(household member) Census 1870Elizabeth was listed as a household member living with Lewis Bauer (given age 37) on the 1870 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.5 
(wife) Census 1880Elizabeth was listed as the wife of Louis Bauer (given age 48) on the 1880 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.6 
Death*Elizabeth died on 2 July 1896 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana, at age 64.1,7 
Burial*She was buried after 2 July 1896 in Greenhill Catholic Cemetery, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.1
Elizabeth (Bischoff) Bauer Gravestone
Last Edited2 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana (online (http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem16.htm), 1997-1998), GH-Catholic-1-6-25-2, entry for Elizabeth Bauer.
  2. [S1057] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com, compiled from Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897 (Pub M237); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; and Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 (Pub T715), Roll M237_20, Line 12, List number 688, ship Charles Carroll out of Le Havre, arr. 26 Aug 1833.
  3. [S1130] Peter Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Seventh Census of the United States, 1850: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-432, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M432_697, Page 118, line 20, dwelling 1581, family 1619.
  4. [S1131] Jacob Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-653, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M653_990, Page 35, line 28, dwelling 610, family 576.
  5. [S1132] Lewis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Ninth Census of the United States, 1870: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-593, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M593_373, Page 457, line 16, dwelling 122, family 120.
  6. [S1133] Louis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-9, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll T9_324, Page 367, Enumeration District 92, line 25, dwelling 21, family 22.
  7. [S845] Records of St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana; Interments 1886-1921; Micropublication, 1 roll, roll no. 1498806, item 5 (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), p. 2, entry for Elisabeth Bauer, 65 y. d. July 2, 1896.
  8. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana, entry for Peter A. Bauer, son of L & E, b. 10 Mar 1875, d. 15 Mar 1878.

Jacob Bischoff

M, ID No. 7283, b. 15 June 1822, d. 26 July 1892
FatherPeter Bischoff b. 1785, d. 1 Jan 1873
MotherCatharina Waldbaum b. c 1798, d. c 4 Nov 1864

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Biography*Jacob never married. 
Birth*Jacob Bischoff was born on 15 June 1822 in Germany
He was the son of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum
(child) ImmigrationJacob Bishoff (given age 11) was a child travelling with immigrant Peter Bishoff (given age 48) when he immigrated from Germany to the United States, arriving 26 August 1833 at Port of New York, New York County, New York.1 
(household member) Census 1850 - freeJacob was listed as a household member living with Peter Bischoff on the 1850 Census in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.2 
Census 1860 - free*Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census recorded 13 June 1860 in Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio. Peter Bishop (given age 70), Elizabeth Bishop (given age 23) and Peter Bishop (given age 19) were listed as household members. Jacob now ran the family farm with his father, brother and sister.3 
(lodger) Census 1880J. was listed as a lodger living with P. Bishop (given age 26)'s household on the 1880 Census in Thorncreek Township, Whitley County, Indiana.4 
Death*Jacob died on 26 July 1892 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana, at age 70.5 
Burial*He was buried in Greenhill Cemetery, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.5 
Last Edited2 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S1057] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line], published by Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com, compiled from Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897 (Pub M237); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; and Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 (Pub T715), Roll M237_20, Line 12, List number 688, ship Charles Carroll out of Le Havre, arr. 26 Aug 1833.
  2. [S1130] Peter Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Seventh Census of the United States, 1850: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-432, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M432_697, Page 118, line 20, dwelling 1581, family 1619.
  3. [S1131] Jacob Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860: Free Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-653, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M653_990, Page 35, line 28, dwelling 610, family 576.
  4. [S1133] P. Bishop household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-9, National Archives, Washington, DC, Thorn Creek, Whitley, Indiana; Roll 324, Family History Film 1254324, Page 367C, Enumeration District 092, line 42, dwelling 32, family 34.
  5. [S1464] Peter Bischoff and Catherine Waldbaum Register Report, Prepared 3 Sep 2002 by Marilyn F. Hahler, Wichita, Kansas. Based on extensive research, some embeded source citations but no endnotes or footnotes; includes index, p. 1, Peter Bischoff family.

Catharine Bischoff

F, ID No. 7284, b. 1840, d. before 1892
FatherPeter Bischoff b. 1785, d. 1 Jan 1873
MotherCatharina Waldbaum b. c 1798, d. c 4 Nov 1864

Spouse: Xavier Schneider d. 1870 – no known children

Spouse: Joseph Kichler – no known children


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Life Events

Birth*Catharine Bischoff was born in 1840. 
She was the daughter of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum
Marriage*She married first Xavier Schneider on 16 April 1860 in St. Sebastian's Church, located in Bismarck, Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.1 
Marriage*She married second Joseph Kichler on 13 December 1870. 
Death*Catharine died before 1892. 
Last Edited16 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. [S440] Huron County, Ohio, Probate Court; Marriage Records, Vol. 1 (1855-1866); Micropublication, 2 rolls, film no. 0410260, item 1 (Salt Lake City: The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1965), p. 248, no. 1482, license for Xavier Schneider and Catharine Bishop, issued 3 Apr 1860, returned 6 Jul 1860.

Xavier Schneider

M, ID No. 7285, d. 1870

Spouse: Catharine Bischoff b. 1840, d. before 1892 – no known children


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Life Events

Marriage*Xavier married Catharine Bischoff, daughter of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum, on 16 April 1860 in St. Sebastian's Church, located in Bismarck, Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.1 
Burial*He was buried in 1870 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
Death*Xavier died in 1870 in Indiana
Last Edited16 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. [S440] Huron County, Ohio, Probate Court; Marriage Records, Vol. 1 (1855-1866); Micropublication, 2 rolls, film no. 0410260, item 1 (Salt Lake City: The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1965), p. 248, no. 1482, license for Xavier Schneider and Catharine Bishop, issued 3 Apr 1860, returned 6 Jul 1860.

Joseph Kichler

M, ID No. 7286

Spouse: Catharine Bischoff b. 1840, d. before 1892 – no known children


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Marriage*Joseph married Catharine Bischoff, daughter of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum, on 13 December 1870. 
Last Edited16 Jun 2009

Aloysius Bauer

M, ID No. 7287, b. 15 June 1834, d. 14 January 1897

Spouse: Elizabeth Bischoff – children:


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Life Events

Common NameHe was usually known as Louis. 
Birth*Aloysius Bauer was born on 15 June 1834 in Baden, Germany.1 
(godparent) BaptismAloysius became Rosa Beatam Walburga Fisher's godparent at her baptism on 23 May 1858 in St. Sebastian's Church, located in Bismarck, Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio.

     she was baptized <23 May 1858> < in St. Sebastian's Church, located in Bismarck, Sherman Township, Huron County, Ohio>. .2 
Marriage*Aloysius married Elizabeth Bischoff, daughter of Peter Bischoff and Catharina Waldbaum, on 27 May 1867 in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio
Census 1870*Lewis was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana, Lewis and Elizabeth farmed in Thom Creek Township in Whitley county.They lived with their two young sons and Elizabeth's father, Peter. Lewis was a naturalized citizen at the time.3 
Census 1880*Louis was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana. The official date of this census was 1 Jun 1880. Also living in the household were his wife, Elizabeth Bauer (given age 49), his sons, Frank Bauer (given age 12), John Bauer (given age 10) and George Bauer (given age 8). Louis and Elizabeth farmed in Thomcreek Township with their three sons.4 
Death*Aloysius died on 14 January 1897 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana, at age 62.1,5 
Burial*He was buried after 14 January 1897 in Greenhill Catholic Cemetery, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.1
Louis (Aloysius) Bauer Gravestone
Last Edited2 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana (online (http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem16.htm), 1997-1998), GH-Catholic-1-6-25, entry for Louis Bauer.
  2. [S1074] Records of St. Sebastian Catholic Church, Bismarck, Huron County, Ohio; Baptisms 1848-1908; Micropublication, 1 roll, roll no. 2320983, item 3 (Bowling Green, Ohio: Center for Archival Collection, Bowling Green State University, 2002), p. 26, 1858, Rosam Beatam, dau. of Michaelis Fischer and Waldburga Bauer, bap. 23 May 1858.
  3. [S1132] Lewis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Ninth Census of the United States, 1870: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication M-593, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll M593_373, Page 457, line 16, dwelling 122, family 120.
  4. [S1133] Louis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-9, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll T9_324, Page 367, Enumeration District 92, line 25, dwelling 21, family 22.
  5. [S845] Records of St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana; Interments 1886-1921; Micropublication, 1 roll, roll no. 1498806, item 5 (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), p. 3, entry for Alois Bauer, 72 y., d. January 14, 1897 of consumption.
  6. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana, entry for Peter A. Bauer, son of L & E, b. 10 Mar 1875, d. 15 Mar 1878.

George Bauer

M, ID No. 7288, b. 2 February 1872, d. 1934
FatherAloysius Bauer b. 15 Jun 1834, d. 14 Jan 1897
MotherElizabeth Bischoff b. 15 Dec 1831, d. 2 Jul 1896

Spouse: Christina Marie Fries – children:


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Birth*George Bauer was born on 2 February 1872 in Thorncreek Township, Whitley County, Indiana.1,2 
He was the son of Aloysius Bauer and Elizabeth Bischoff
(sons) Census 1880George was listed as a son in the household of Louis Bauer (given age 48) on the 1880 Census in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.3 
Marriage*George married Christina Marie Fries, daughter of Frank Xavier Fries and Catherine Ulrich, on 12 January 1897 in St. Paul of the Cross Church, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.4 
Biography*The following biography of George, his parents, and his wife's family was published in the History Of Whitley County, Indiana in 1907.1 
Text*
GEORGE BAUER.

George Bauer has earned the reputation of being one of the most industrious and successful agriculturists in Thorncreek township. Mr. Bauer's place is just two miles north of Columbia City in a country famous for its fertility. He was born on the farm which he now owns, February 2, 1872. His parents, Lewis and Elizabeth (Bishop) Bauer, were born in Germany. He was eleven years old when he arrived in this country with his mother, his father having died in the old country. Lewis Bauer settled in Huron county, Ohio, and the young immigrant remained there until the Civil war broke out and then answering the call of his adopted country he volunteered for active service, joining the Fifty-fifth Regiment, Ohio Infantry. He served three years and was seriously injured by a horse during maneuvers. Later on he lost one eye by accident. Late in 1865 Lewis Bauer returned to Ohio and married Elizabeth Bishop. The couple moved to Whitley county and began the battle of life on the site of the farm now owned by their son. The extent of the holdings at that time was eighty acres, all a dense forest, and Lewis Bauer began the strenuous work of clearing the wooded tract. Generous labor and great industry soon accomplished the work. He and his wife first occupied a rude cabin but after a short period he built a comfortable house and having cleared up the land found himself in the possession of a promising farm. He and his wife remained there until the end of their days. Mrs. Bauer died in 1895 and her husband followed her to the last restingplace in January, 1896. Both were faithful communicants of the Roman Catholic church, to which their son and his family also belong. In politics Lewis Bauer was a steadfast Republican and thoroughly in sympathy with the policies of his party.

There were four children born to Lewis Bauer and wife: Frank, who died when fourteen years of age; John, who died at eleven; Peter, who died in infancy, and George. When George was growing up he got a good common school education, was industrious and steady, and took good care of his father and mother. In 1896 he was married to Miss Christina, daughter of Frank H. Fries, a well known and prosperous farmer of Thorncreek township. Mr. Fries came from France in 1853, and after spending about a year in Pennsylvania moved to Whitley county. The parents of Frank Fries were Erasmus and Rosa Fries, who came to Whitley county in 1854 and settled on a piece of wild land which was practically in the middle of the wilderness. They had seven children: Erasmus, deceased; Catherine, wife of Adam Ulrich, of Columbia City; Joseph, who resides in Marion, Indiana; Frank, who lives on the farm near Columbia City; Susan and Rosanna (twins), the former deceased; and John, deceased. Frank Fries has lived in Whitley county since his childhood and is familiar with every hill and vale in the locality. In 1870 he married Catherine Ulrich, daughter of Francis and Margaret Ulrich, who were early settlers of northern Indiana. Nine children were born to Frank H. Fries and wife. These were Anna, deceased: Christina ; Frank, deceased; Henry Edward, who lives on the farm; Rosa, who also lives on farm; Josephine and Clara (twins), the latter deceased; Joseph Leo, who lives at home; and Catherine, wife of Frank Shilts, a well known farmer. When Frank Fries was married he was acting ns a fireman and engineer on the old Eel River Railroad. He helped in the construction of the road and fired one of the first engines that ran over it. He had previously worked five years for the Pennsylvania and was promoted to the position of regular engineer, in which service he remained for three years. He then purchased the eighty acres of land on which the Fries home now stands. They have now in all one hundred and forty acres. Mr. Fries died January 19, 1907. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer have six children: Leon A., Loretta M., Mary E.. Francis V. and Louis J. (twins), and George Joseph.
 
Death*George died in 1934 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.2 
Burial*He was buried in 1934 in Greenhill Catholic Cemetery, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.2 
Last Edited21 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. [S1656] Samuel P. Kaler and R. H. Maring, History of Whitley County, Indiana (Indianapolis: Bowen & Company, 1907), p. 732-733.
  2. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana (online (http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem16.htm), 1997-1998), GH-Catholic-2-6-18-2, entry for George Bauer (1872-1934).
  3. [S1133] Louis Bauer household, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880: Population Schedule, Microfilm Publication T-9, National Archives, Washington, DC, Roll T9_324, Page 367, Enumeration District 92, line 25, dwelling 21, family 22.
  4. [S844] Records of St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana; Marriages 1885-1922; Micropublication, 1 roll, roll no. 1498806, item 6 (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), p. 5, no. 22, entry for Georgius Bauer and Christina Fries.
  5. [S1837] Indiana County Marriage Records 1811-1959 [database on-line], published by Family Search Labs, http://www.familysearch.org, this collection was indexed in partnership with the Indiana Genealogical Society and is a Name Index of marriages recorded in the Indiana Territory and in the State of Indiana between 1811 and 1959, film 2130289, Allen County, Charles Wesley Gillen of Fort Wayne, son of Wesley Charles Gillen and Rose Theilen, b. 10 Nov 1907 Pierce City, Missouri, to Hilda Josephine Bauer, dau. of George A. Bauer and Christiana Maria Fries, b. 25 Oct 1910 Columbia City, Indiana, marr. 24 Nov 1938 Allen County, Indiana.

Christina Marie Fries

F, ID No. 7289, b. 1873, d. 1945
FatherFrank Xavier Fries1 b. 1853, d. 19 Jan 1907
MotherCatherine Ulrich

Spouse: George Bauer – children:


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Life Events

Birth*Christina Marie Fries was born in 1873.2 
She was the daughter of Frank Xavier Fries and Catherine Ulrich.1 
Marriage*Christina married George Bauer, son of Aloysius Bauer and Elizabeth Bischoff, on 12 January 1897 in St. Paul of the Cross Church, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.3 
Burial*She was buried in 1945 in Greenhill Catholic Cemetery, located in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.2 
Death*Christina died in 1945 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana.2 
Last Edited21 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. [S1656] Samuel P. Kaler and R. H. Maring, History of Whitley County, Indiana (Indianapolis: Bowen & Company, 1907), p. 732-733.
  2. [S846] Genealogy Society of Whitley County, Index to Greenhill Cemetery, Columbia City, Columbia Township, Indiana (online (http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem16.htm), 1997-1998), GH-Catholic-2-6-18-2, entry for Christina M. Bauer (1873-1945).
  3. [S844] Records of St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana; Marriages 1885-1922; Micropublication, 1 roll, roll no. 1498806, item 6 (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), p. 5, no. 22, entry for Georgius Bauer and Christina Fries.
  4. [S1837] Indiana County Marriage Records 1811-1959 [database on-line], published by Family Search Labs, http://www.familysearch.org, this collection was indexed in partnership with the Indiana Genealogical Society and is a Name Index of marriages recorded in the Indiana Territory and in the State of Indiana between 1811 and 1959, film 2130289, Allen County, Charles Wesley Gillen of Fort Wayne, son of Wesley Charles Gillen and Rose Theilen, b. 10 Nov 1907 Pierce City, Missouri, to Hilda Josephine Bauer, dau. of George A. Bauer and Christiana Maria Fries, b. 25 Oct 1910 Columbia City, Indiana, marr. 24 Nov 1938 Allen County, Indiana.

Wendel Anthony Gillen

M, ID No. 7290, b. 14 October 1892
FatherWendel Gillen b. 27 Jan 1859, d. 3 May 1934
MotherCatherine Marie Bischoff b. 13 Jan 1865, d. 10 Feb 1930
Relationship4th cousin 2 times removed of David Velten

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Common NameHe was usually known as Wendel. 
Birth*Wendel Anthony Gillen was born on 14 October 1892 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
He was the son of Wendel Gillen and Catherine Marie Bischoff
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