Louis & Anna Arbs
Greenwood, Clark Co., Wisconsin
Contributed by Crystal Wendt and Janet Schwarze.
Louis Arbs in 1937
Louis and Anna Arbs belonged to the Zion Reformed Church where she was a member of the Ladies' Aid and the Sunshine Tea Committee.
In 1917, Louis Arbs sold a land contract to Ed Buker (Vol. 15 Misc., pg. 161).
Louis Arbs belonged to the prestigious Greenwood Commercial Club and was a committee member for the Banquet held in honor of the unveiling of the Peace Monument given to the city by Ernest Durig in 1937. He was also one of the area residents who had a bust made by the artist (above right).
1910 Census Illinois, Cook County, Chicago Ward 33
[Index as Arbs, Lovis]
Arbs, Louis (head) born 1882 age 28, married 1 time for 2 years, born Denmark, occupation molder, Foundry, immigration year 19??
Arbs, Anna (wife) born 1881, age 29, married 1 time for 2 years, no kids born, born Switzerland, immigration year 19??
1920 Census Wisconsin, Clark County, Greenwood
Arbs, Louis H. (head) born 1882, age 39, immigration year 1901, birth place Denmark, father & mother birth place Denmark, occupation Garage-man; Own Garage
Arbs, Anny (wife) born 1881, age 39, immigration year 1901, birth place Switzerland, father & mother birth place Denmark
Arbs, Louis A. (son) born 1918, age 1, birth place Wisconsin
Rieser [Ryser], Amy (roomer) born 1882, age 38, immigration year 1913, birth place Switzerland, father & mother birth place Denmark
1930 Census Wisconsin, Clark County, Greenwood
Arbs, Louis (head) age 48, birth place Denmark, immigration year 1901, occupation mechanic, garage
Arbs, Anny (wife) born 1881, age 49, birth place Switzerland, immigration year 1901
Arbs, Louis Jr. (son) born 1918, age 12, birth place Wisconsin
Kokaly, Edna (boarder) born 1914, age 16, birth place Utah, father & mother birth place Jugoslavia
Social Security Data
Louis A. Arbs
Born 30 Jan. 1918
Died 14 Oct. 1998
Last Residence: Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.
We believe Mrs. Arbs name was Lenore C. Arbs
born 15 Sept. 1921
We also believe that Anne Arbs had died in Dunn County, Wisconsin on 20 March 1960, at the age of 79.
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Greenwood Gleaner Clips found in Greenwood Library Scrapbook
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