Obit: Tiedeman, Magdalena (1840 - 1896)

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Surnames: LANGEMAK TIEDEMANN GRAVES IBLING ANDERSON STEELE LABERGE KRUP BRINTNALL SEVERIN OESAU

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 12/03/1896

Tiedeman, Magdalena (7 DEC 1840 - 29 NOV 1896)

Mrs. Magdalena Langemak, wife of our esteemed townsman Christian Tiedeman, died of paralysis on Sunday evening Nov. 29, 1896, at her home in this village (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) after but a few hours illness. She was born at Aberstorf, Schleswig Holstein, Germany, on Dec. 7, 1840. In 1853, at the age of thirteen years, she came to this country with her parents and settled at New Holstein, Calumet Co., Wis., where she was united in marriage with Christian Tiedeman on Jan. 3, 1857. May 10, 1883 she came with her husband and children to this village, where she has since resided. She leaves a husband and nine children, Mrs. Helen Graves of Abbotsford; Mrs. Aurilla Ibling of Kiel; Mrs. Rosa Anderson and Mrs. Christina Steele of this village; Mrs. Bertha Laberge of Withee; Mrs. Jennie L. Krupp of Boyd; Mrs. Minnie Brintnall of Ironwood, and Herman and Miss Elsie of this village. Also she leaves two brothers, Peter and William Langemak of Brillion and New Holstein, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry Severin and Mrs. Henry Oesau, both residents of New Holstein, Wis. Nearly all the immediate relatives of deceased were present at the funeral today, which was conducted by Rev. Speers, burial taking place in the Thorp Village Cemetery.

 

 


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