Obit: Wieden, Ida Mannersberger
(1847 - 1910)
Contact: Ellen Kubica
Surnames: Wieden, Mannersberger, Stroebel, Kirchlof
----Sources: CLARK COUNTY HERALD (Dorchester, Clark County, Wis.) 08/05/1910
Wieden, Ida (1847 - 30 Jul 1910)
Mrs. Ida Wieden died at home in the village (Dorchester, Clark County, Wis.) last Saturday evening at nine o'clock, after a long illness caused by a stroke of paralysis. She was born in Saxon, Germany, in 1847, being 63 years of age, and married in 1866. In 1885 she came to America, making her home at Phillips, Wis., several years and also at Milwaukee two years. She leaves an only son, Wm. Wieden of this village, and many relatives and friends to mourn her death, her husband having died about six years ago. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the Evangelical Peace Church.
Wisconsin Marriage Records, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Spouse's Name: Mary Kirchhof
Event Date: 11 Nov 1893
Father's Name: Wm. Wieden
Mother's Name: Ida Mannersberger
Spouse's Father's Name: Chas. Kirchhof
Spouse's Mother's Name: Anna Stroebel
1905 Wisconsin State Census, West Bend city, Washington, Wisconsin, family 371, pg. 458, line 71
Ida Wieden, widowed white 58
yr. old female
Relationship to Head of Household (Original Language): Housekeeper
Marital Status: Widowed
Parent 1 Birthplace: Germany
Parent 2 Birthplace: Germany
Head Richard Rehm M 54y Germany
Son Paul Rehm M 19y Massachusetts
Son Otto Rehm M 16y New York
Son George Rehm M 13y Wisconsin
Daughter Lillian Rehm F 11y Wisconsin
Son Alvin Rehm M 8y Wisconsin
Housekeeper Ida Wieden F 58y (1847) Germany
1910 Federal Census, Mayville, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, District 32, Household 106
Ida Wieden white 63 yr. old
Immigration Year: 1885
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Obit: Wieden, Fred William (1839 - 1904)
-----Source: Wisconsin death records
Death Record, Clark, Wisconsin
Fred William Wieden
Death Date: 28 Feb 1904
Burial Date: 1904
Residence Place: Dorchester, Clark, WI
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 1838 (cemetery record says 18 Jul 1839)
Birth Year (Estimated): 1840
Cemetery: Catholic Cemetery
Father's Name: Egnaty Wieden
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: Bohemia
Mother's Name: Anna Wieden
Mother's Birthplace: Bohemia
Spouse's Name: Ida Wieden
History of Lot 3 Block 2 (231 South 2nd Street), Dorchester, Wisconsin
This house was once the residence of Ida Wieden
----Source: "Dorchester, Small in Size, Big in History and Happenings" by Jim Jantsch, pgs. 286 - 287.
Lot 3 Block 2 (231 South 2nd Street)
*1875 November 12 - The WCRR sold Lot 3 to Wesley R. Howe for $25.
*1876 October 10 - Wesley R. Howe sold Lot 3 to E.P. Powers on, for $35.
*1878 May 2 - E.P. and Sarah Powers sold Lot 3 to Benson Davis.
*1878 October 28 - Benson Davis sold Lot 3 to Ella Winchester for $100.
*1895 November 21 - Ella Winchester sold Lot 2 and Lot 3 except the North 40 feet of
the West 30 feet of Lot 2 to Ida Wieden for $1000.
*1900 November 7 - Ida Wieden sold the same parcel to
Maria Wieden for $1000.
*1901 May 29 - Maria Wieden sold the same parcel back to Ida Wieden for $1000.
*1902 July 31 - Ida Wieden sold the same parcel to Maria Dewhurst for $50.
*1909 March 2 - Maria Dewhurst sold the same parcel to Otto Sauter for $400.
*1911 December 14 - Otto/Lillie Sauter sold the same parcel to John Miller for $1700.
*1916 May 18 - John Miller sold the same parcel to Ernest and Celia Billock for $1000.
*1920 October 6 - Ernest/Celia Billock sold the same parcel to Joe Schober for $1500.
*1941 Feb. 17 - Joe/Carrie Schober Q.C. interest in the property to William P. Jantsch.
*1947 July 28 - William Jantsch sold the same parcel to Henry/Alta Erlei for $1200.
*1970 August 21 - Alta Erlei sold Lots 2 and 3 to Wallace and Cecilia Storm.
*1994 December 21 - Cecilia Storm sold Lots 2 and 3 to Douglass and Dawn Sharpless.
*1999 Jan. 2 - Douglass/Dawn Sharpless sold Lots 2 and 3 to Brian/Daniella Schauer.
Summary Of Lot 3 Block 2: During the six months that Benson Davis owned Lot 3, he constructed a fairly large two-story barn on the West 50 feet of the lot. The barn was built in the summer of 1878 and functioned as a multi-purpose building. The lower level was used as a workshop and horse barn while the upper level was used for storage and perhaps even a dance or two. In 1895 the Wieden Family who owned the property at that time hung out a shingle which said “Livery Stable and Dray”. So the barn became officially a place where people could come and rent horses and carriages which would take them to their place of destination. The barn was used as a livery stable for about 25 years. The property was owned by the writer’s father from 1941 to 1947 when he sold it to Henry and Alta Erlei. Henry Erlei a long-term machinist and inventor transformed the barn into a blacksmith shop and it was never the same again. Alta Erlei will be highlighted in separate and future writings as this very talented woman contributed much to humanity while asking nothing in return. The barn was razed during the 1960s as it became dilapidated and was a haven for all kinds of animals and birds. Today on Lot 3 sits a large attached garage which is capable of containing four automobiles and is undoubtedly the largest residential garage in town. Today the property is owned by the Schauer Family along with Lot 2.The property has exchanged hands 17 times beginning in 1875 and extending to the present day (2006).
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