Bio: Schneller Family

Contact: Coralee DeLong

----Sources: Buffalo County, Wisconsin Marriage Records

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Lutze Schneller, son of J.J. Schneller and Ursula, an agent who resides at Winona, Minnesota and was born in Switzerland. Married to Anne E. Mohmenthaler. She is the daughter of Christian Mohmenthaler and Katherina Brach or k er. They were married on Dec. 30, 1883 in Fountain City. Both parties are white. A civil ceremony pronounced by J.J. Senn of Fountain City. Witnesses are John B. Oemming and Elisabetha Senn or Seim.

Birth certificates

Record number 93

Clark Co., Wisconsin Birth Records

Name: Weird here - it states "not married"

Father is Luzi Schneller, an agent

Baby is a white male

Born Monday, May 29, 1893 at Neillsville, Clark Co., WI

Physician: J.E. Lacey

Line for mother's name is left blank

No other children are listed in the line where it tells who the siblings are

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Record 1007

Schneller, no first name given

A white male

Father is Luzi Schneller, a farmer born in Switzerland

Mother is Anna Mummenthaler

Names of other living born of same parents: Lydia, Luzi, Ella, Emma, Alvina, Oswalt, Oscar and Vida

Born Jan. 1, 1898 at Mentor (Clark Co.)

Attendant: C.M. Dobbs, the appears to be T.C. of Humbird

Registration Jan. 18, 1898

Death certificate

Clark Co., Wisconsin Death Records

Lydia Schneller born at Winona on Sept. 18, 1884, a white female, age 16 years and 2 months. Does housework. Father is Luzi Schneller born in Germany and mother is Anna B. Schneller born in Germany. Lydia is single. She died Nov. 17, 1900 at 7 p.m. in the town of Mentor of typhoid fever at home after a duration of six weeks. She is buried in the Humbird Cemetery. Undertaker is Benjamin Travis.

Provided by Toni Evans



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