Obit: Trester, Emil (1888 - 1956)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Trester, Grosshuesch, Miller, Uhlig, Goerner, Trowbridge

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 19 July 1956

Trester, Emil (14 May 1888 - 12 July 1956)

Funeral services were held at the First Evangelical and Reformed church Saturday for Emil Trester, who died at Milwaukee July 12, at the age of 68 years. Rev. V. O. Grosshuesch officiated. Burial was made in Pine Hill cemetery at Curtiss. Pall bearers were nephews: Harold Miller, Norbert Uhlig, Donald Goerner and Charles, Robert and Leslie Trowbridge.

Mr. Trester married Marie Koerner on June 10, 1913, at Curtiss. Besides his wife he is survived by twin sons, Clifford and Delbert, and three grand children, all of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. One brother and four sisters also survive.


1900 Federal Census, ED 27 Mayville township Abbotsford village, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, Pg. 13, Family 242

Emil Trester, white, single male
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany

Household Members
Head August Trester M 51 (Oct 1849) Germany, parents b. Germany
Wife Christena Trester F 40 (Feb 1860) Germany; married 16 yrs., 6 children - 5 living, parents b. Germany
Daughter Annie Trester F 14 Wisconsin
Son Emil Trester M 12 (May 1888) Wisconsin
Daughter Marther Trester F 10 (Aug 1890) Wisconsin
Son John Trester M 8 (Oct 1892) Wisconsin
Daughter Hedwig Trester F 3 (Jun 1897) Wisconsin

1917-1918 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards

Emil F Trester
Event Place: Clark County, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male, Caucasian, married, tall, slender build, blue eyes, black hair - slightly bald

Occupation: Self employed Farmer
Birth Date: 14 May 1888
Birthplace: Mayville, Wisconsin, United States
Nationality: United States



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