Bio: Ertl, Rose Bernice - Engagement Announcement (4 May 1951)
Contact:  Stan

Surnames: ERTL JEWETT

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 4 May 1951

Friends here will be interested to hear of the engagement of Elmer Jewett, son of Mrs. L. Jewett of Colby, Wisconsin to Miss Rose Bernice Ertl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ertl, of Colby.

1940 Federal Census, Brighton Town, Marathon, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 37-7, family number: 43, sheet number and letter: 3B, line # 52

Ed Ertl, white, married, male
residence in 1935: Same House

Household Members
head Ed Ertl M 45 Wisconsin
wife Emma Ertl F 45 Wisconsin
son Raymond Ertl M 18 Wisconsin
daughter Esther Ertl F 16 Wisconsin
son Willie Ertl M 15 Wisconsin
daughter Irene Ertl F 14 Wisconsin
son Walter Ertl M 11 Wisconsin
daughter Lorena Ertl F 9 Wisconsin
daughter Rosie Ertl F 6 (1936 Wisconsin)
daughter Delores Ertl F 4 Wisconsin
daughter Anita Ertl F 1 Wisconsin
father-in-law William Margelowsky M 73 Germany

1940 Federal Census, Unity, Unity Village, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 10-39, family number: 30, sheet number and letter: 2A, line # 8

Elmer Jewett, white, single, male
residence in 1935: Same Place

Household Members
head Clyde Jewett M 47 Wisconsin
wife Lulu Jewett F 39 Wisconsin
daughter Alice Jewett F 15 Wisconsin
daughter Hazel Jewett F 14 Wisconsin
son Harold Jewett M 13 Wisconsin
son Elmer Jewett M 8 (1932 Wisconsin)
daughter June Jewett F 3 Wisconsin

 

 


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