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Cedar County, Nebraska


Do you have Cedar County photographs you would like to share? We are looking for photographs of Cedar County residents, events, or places. If you have photos of unidentified Cedar County residents, we will also post those in hopes someone can identify them! Please contact me for details on submitting photographs.


To submit photographs, e-mail Carol Tramp,
Coordinator for Cedar County


ANDERSON
Roy Anderson & Ruby Grace Cisney   Wedding Photo, February 11, 1931.     Submitted by Jackie Hensley


BARTZ
Charles Bartz   Plowing a Cedar County farm in spring 1925. Submitted by Carol Tramp


BAUER
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


BECKER
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


BECKMAN
John Beckman  Coleridge High School, cir. 1936.   Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Fred Beckman Farm & Residence  1 1/2 miles north of Laurel, NE on Highway 15. Late 1800s-early 1900s. Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Herman Beckman  Rural mail carrier in Cedar County. cir. 1910.   Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Herman Beckman & Martha Evers  Wed Feburary 1914 in Laurel, NE.   Submitted by Jackie Hensley


BERGMAN / BERGMANN
Henry Bergman Ranch  Submitted by Kristi Bergman Lam

Philipp Bergmann Children  Phillipine, Amanda & Joe Bergman, children of Philipp H. & A. Katharine Bergmann. Submitted by Kristi Bergman Lam


BIRNBACH
Rev. Birnbach  Cedar County Museum Collection


BOTTOLFSEN
Bottolfsen Cousins:
From L back: Ina & Otto (children of Herman). Middle 3 from L: Bernard (son of Benjamin), Arthur Holst (son of Louise Bottolfsen and Pete Holst), William (son of Benjamin). Front 3 from L: Helen (dau. of Herman), Vera (dau. of Benjamin), Coy Holst (son of Louise Bottolfsen and Pete Holst). Submitted by Connie R. Loftus

Martin & Mari Bottolfsen and children, Sept. 1892
Standing from L: Nels Martin 4-15-1872 - 1-14-1931; Magnus 12-8-1866 - 1-3-1953; Herman 5-29-1863 - 6-12-1928. From L sitting: Ida Louise 9-17-1869 - 10-1-1940; father Martin, 8-27-1830 - 12-26-1893; mother Mari (Loeng) 2-22-1831 - 11-27-1911; Karen Otilla (Caroline) 6-23-1875 - 8-22-1949. Inset: Benjamin 6-29-1858 - 6-23-1941 Not pictured: Svend 3-17-1860 - 12-11-1860 died 9 mos. buried Old East Paint Creek Lutheran Church Cemetery, Waterville, Allamakee Co. IA. Submitted by Connie R. Loftus

Magnus Bottolfsen, Pete Holst, Edward Olsen
(L to R) Taken at E.S. Kibbe Photo Studio, Hartington, date unknown. Pete Holst married Louise Bottolfsen,
Magnus' sister. Edward Olsen married Caroline (Lena) Loeng, first cousin to Magnus Bottolfsen.
Submitted by Connie R. Loftus



CISNEY
S.S. Cisney Children   This photo is from the Glass Plate Negative collection at the Cedar County Museum. It was identified as children of S.S. Cisney. There were three generations of S.S. Cisneys which lived in Nebraska. My best guess would be that these are the two oldest children of Stephen and Marjory Cisney. I would love it if someone could confirm my guess that these children are Lumen Earl Cisney and Odessa Cisney or let me know who they are. Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Wedding Photo of Sidney Cisney & Emma Henderson   Sid and Emma were married February 23, 1904, at the home of her parents, Giles and Rose Henderson, in Coleridge, Nebraska. Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Cisney Children with Cousins  Stephen Cisney (sitting) and Leslie Cisney (standing) with their cousins, Beatta Potter (left) and Rose Mary Gleason (right). Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Giles & Margaret (Beckman) Cisney  Both from Coleridge. Married in 1937. Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Stephen Sylvester Cisney Family  Early 1900s. Back Row: Arlee, Sidney, Odessa, and Inez Cisney Front Row: Ernest, Stephen Sylvester (father), Kinley, Marjory (mother), and Joseph Cisney. Submitted by Jackie Hensley


DENDINGER
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen

Wedding Invitiation for Mary Anna Abts & James Alvin Dendinger  January 14, 1913, Belden, NE.   Cedar County Museum Collection


DRESDEN
Minnie Wohlman Dresden   Submitted by Kristi Bergman Lam

Walter & Minnie Dresden  Date unknown; photo printed on 1912 card stock. Submitted by Kristi Bergman Lam

Walter Dresden-Minnie Wohlman Wedding Photo   m. 6/30/1914 St. Catherine's Church, East Bow, NE. Submitted by Kristi Bergman Lam


EBY
Richard R. Eby Family   Submitted by Carol Tramp


EMIG
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


EVERS
P.R. & Regina Evers Family   Taken with their first six daughters: Martha, Kate, Bertha, Minnie, Lydia, and Meta. Photo taken around 1903. Submitted by Jackie Hensley

Wedding Photo of Peter "P.R." Evers & Regina Walters   Married February 6, 1892. They raised their 17 children in Laurel, Nebraska. Submitted by Jackie Hensley


EWING
D.E. Ewing Family   Submitted by Dave Ewing


FELBER
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


FIMPLE
Home of Paris & Martha Fimple     Back of Photo    Cedar County Museum Collection


GEARHART
Charles Simon Gearhart family, about 1890
From L standing: Bertha Christine, age abt 13; Lura Burd, age abt 11; Arthur Redifer, age abt 17; Front L to R: Charles Simon, age abt 42; May Zell, age abt 5; Rosa (Williams) Gearhart, age abt 31. Photo taken 3/17/1890 at Kibbe Studio in Hartington. The Gearhart family lived at Lime Grove and then moved to the East edge of Hartington where they lived in the house just across the road from the fairgrounds. Bertha Christine married Magnus Bottolfsen. Submitted by Connie R. Loftus


GILES
Charles & Henrietta "Etta" Giles Wedding Photo   Married February 16, 1910, Hartington, NE. In the background are Etta's sister Lillian and possibly their brother Fred, who was listed as a witness on the marriage license, or Charlie's brother Lester. Submitted by Milt


GOYEN
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


GYTE
William Gyte   Submitted by Carol Tramp


HABERER
Leonard & Grace Haberer Family of Constance, 1908   Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret L. Goyen


HEGERT
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


HELLMANN
John Hellmann Foot Stone, Aten Cemetery  Foot stone on the east side of the drive in the Aten Cemetery. Aten is named after this bachelor farmer. He was Aten's first postmaster. Previously (1876 or so) he was elected to the Nebraska State Legislature. The head stone family names are Aten, Saunders and Bryant. I think one of the ladies buried in the plot is John Aten's sister?  Submitted by Rod Nohr


HENDERSON
Kelly Henderson & Mary "Ecie" Smith Married April 1917 in Hartington, NE. Both born in Coleridge.   Submitted by Jackie Hensley


HOEFER
Emil Hoefer & August Ryan McFadden Hoefer  Augusta married Emil Hoefer at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Hartington, 25 OCT 1916.
They ran a cafe in Laurel at about the same time that State Hwy 20 was being built. Submitted by Richard R. Williamson

KLANDERUD
Pete & Caroline Klanderud Family  Peter (Petter, Peder) Olson Klanderud b. 07/23/1856 Norway; d.11/11/1930. Caroline (Karoline) C. Hansen b.04/16/1865 Norway; d.06/12/1952. Both buried in Obert Cemetery, Cedar Co, NE. Photo from left in back: Arthur Klanderud, Oscar Klanderud, Carl Klanderud, Mabel Klanderud. Not pictured: baby who died at birth and the first son also named Oscar who drowned in rain barrel, and Mary (wedding picture also on this site) who married Charlie Foulk & died in childbirth. Oscar married Ella Thompson, Arthur married May Taylor, Carl married Anna Nygaard, Mabel married Russell Campbell. Submitted by Connie R. Loftus

Wedding Photo of Manuel Klanderud & Arna Haugh (Haug)  Married December 28, 1904 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Submitted by Connie R. Loftus

Wedding Photo of Mary Klanderud & Charlie Foulk  Mary Klanderud and Charlie Foulk wedding photo, married about 1909. Mary was daughter of Peder (Pete) Klanderud and Karoline Hansen. Mary was born sometime before June 28, 1889, per school records from Paragon School northeast of Hartington, NE, where the family lived for a time. There is no information on Charlie Foulk. She died in childbirth along with an infant son. Records from Our Saviors Lutheran Church, Obert, Cedar Co., NE, after it was first organized state that: "The first funeral was held for Mary Klanderud Foulk and her infant son in 1911." The Church was built first 3 miles west and 1/2 mile south of the present Village of Obert. Then moved to the village of Obert in 1914. There was an obit in the news paper that stated that Mary was survived by an infant. This is most probably in error, also probably in error is the name of the Cemetery where Mary was buried.(See obit this site) Submitted by Connie R. Loftus

LANGE
Johan Henry Lange & Christina Foecke   Submitted by Larry Guenther


LOCKMAN
Bill Lockman Home  South of Yankton.     Back of Photo  Cedar County Museum Collection


LORGE
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


LUTE
Lute Children   Submitted by Kathleen O'Donnell-Grone


MCFADDEN
David E. McFadden  Cedar County Sheriff, 1908-1913   Submitted by Richard R. Williamson


MCKENZIE
Elizabeth Pearle Saunders McKenzie  Taken in 1947, age 99 years. Second wife of Dr. H.E. McKenzie.   Submitted by Carol Tramp


NEWTON
Louisa I. (Jones) Newton, 1930 graduation photo   Submitted by Carol Tramp,  Provided by the Charles & Arlyce Newton family from the collection of Louisa Newton


NOHR
Henry Nohr Wedding Photo   About 32 years old. Married Gertrude Hellman.   Submitted by Rod Nohr

Gertrude Hellman Wedding Photo  About 15 years old. Married Henry Nohr.   Submitted by Rod Nohr

Nohr Boys in 1894: John, Julius "Jule", Jacob "Jake", Henry  Henry was my grandfather.   Submitted by Rod Nohr


PIETZ
Ferdie Pietz   Submitted by Kristi B. Lam


RIIBE
Ferdinand Riibe     Ferdinand Riibe Family   Submitted by Carol Tramp


ROBINSON
John R. Robinson Family & Residence??
I believe this may be the John R. Robinson Family. John came to the Coleridge area working on the railroad from St. Joseph MO to Yankton SD about 1885. This photo came from descendants of a sister of John. The ages & gender of the children are close to what the John Robinson family should be. The second adult male is a mystery. Same photographer as the "Coleridge Street Scene" under Places & Towns. Submitted by Quentin Robinson

Otis & Charles Robinson
These two young men are brothers Otis and Charles Robinson who lived for a time in the Coleridge and Hartington area. Part of the time they lived with their uncle John R. Robinson, later with their mother and stepfather Hattie (Harriet) & George E. Henry. The Henrys were in Dakota County in the 1900 Census and later moved into Tripp County, SD. Photo date circa 1890 based on apparent ages of boys in photo. Submitted by Quentin Robinson


SCHAGER
Gilbert Schager Family in front of their home   Submitted by Connie R. Loftus


THOENE
John Thoene Jr. Family  Cedar County Museum Collection


URQUHART
Carmack-Urquhart Wedding   Vera Frances Carmack (b.3/19/1890 in Ute, IA; d.12/7/1961 Billings, MT) and William Archibald Urquhart (b.11/30/1876 Rockford, IL; d.10/10/1956 Billings, MT) were married at her parent's home in Coleridge, NE on 2/23/1910.   Cedar County suffered a severe blizzard the previous day and many guests were unable to attend due to impassable roads. Submitted by Mike Dooley


WALTERS
William Walters Family   Left to Right Front Row: Ed Walter, Louis Walter, Caroline “Lena” Walter (mother), Will Walter, unidentified female child, William Walter (father) Left to Right Back Row: Regina (Walter) Evers, Dena (Walter) Kuhnhenn, Mathilda Walter, Emma (Walter) Huetig.
Photo taken late 1800s.   Submitted by Jackie Hensley


WISEMAN
Henson Wiseman     John C. Wiseman   Submitted by Carol Tramp


ZIMMERMAN
Family Albums   Submitted by Margaret Goyen


        


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