Bio: Adler, John J.  & Theresia (Hardl)
Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Adler, Hardl

----Source: Wisconsin State Records

1900 Federal Census, Marshfield city, Wood, Wisconsin

Name: Theresia Adler
Birth Date: Apr 1867
Birthplace: Austria
Relationship to Head-of-Household: Wife
Spouse Name: John Adler
Spouse Birth Place: Wisconsin
Father Birthplace: Austria
Mother Birthplace: Austria
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: John Adler
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 13
Estimated Marriage Year: 1887
Mother How Many Children: 6
Number Living Children: 5
Immigration Year: 1882
Enumeration District: 0148
Sheet Number and Letter: 29A
Household ID: 530
Household Gender Age
Husband: John Adler M, b. Jul 1860, Wis., married 13 yrs., parents b. Ger.
Wife: Theresia Adler F
Child: Mary Adler F, b. Mar 1888, Wis.
Child: Rosa Adler F, b. Jan 1890, Wis.
Child: Edward Adler M, b. Apr 1892, Wis.
Child: Leo Adler M, b. Feb 1894, Wis. 
Child: Erhart Adler M, b. Jun 1898, Wis.

1905 Federal Census, Marshfield city, Wood, Wisconsin

Name: John Adler
Age: 44y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1861
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Wisconsin
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Wisconsin
Family Number: 860
Page Number: 368
Line Number: 98
Household Gender Age
John Adler M 44y
Spouse Theresia Adler F 39y
Child Mary Adler

1910 Federal Census, Marshfield Ward 4, Wood, Wisconsin

Name: John Adler
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Marital Status: Married
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Family Number: 175
Page Number: 8
Household Gender Age
John Adler M 49y
Spouse Thresa Adler F 43y
Child Edward Adler M 18y
Child Leo Adler M 16y
Child Ehrhart Adler M 10y
Child Annet Adler F 9y (1901)
Child Elvin Adler M 6y (1904)
Child Oliva Adler F 2y (1908)
 

1920 Federal Census, Wood, Wisconsin

Name: John J Adler 
Estimated Birth Year: 1863
Age: 57
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Austria
Sheet Number: 5
Household Gender Age
John J Adler M 57y
Spouse Theresa Adler F 52y
Child Elvin M Adler M 16y
Child Olive M Adler F 11y
Child Robert H Adler M 8y

1920 Federal Census, Wood, Wisconsin

Name: Edward Adler 
Estimated Birth Year: 1893
Age: 27
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Austria
Film Number: 1822024
Digital Folder Number: 4392042
Image Number: 00201
Sheet Number: 5
Household Gender Age
Edward Adler M 27y
Spouse Mary Adler F 21y
 

WW II Draft Card

Name: Edward Mike Adler
Event: Military
Event Date: 1942
Event Place: Marshfield, Wood, Wisconsin
Residence: Marshfield, Wood, Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 21 Apr 1892


Wisconsin Death Records

Name: Rose Adler
Gender: Female
Burial Date: 24 Sep 1901
Burial Place: Marshfield, Wis.
Death Date: 23 Sep 1901
Death Place: Marshfield, Wood, Wisconsin
Age: 11
Birth Date: 1890
Birthplace: Marshfield
Occupation: Child:
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name: John Adler
Father's Birthplace: Wash. Co., Wis.
Mother's Name: Theresa Adler
Mother's Birthplace: Bavaria

Obit: Adler, Rosie (1890 - 1901)

Contact: Ken Wood

 

Surnames: Adler, Hayward, Andrews, Reese, Giles, Tiffault, Wegner, Feit, Vogel

 

----Source: Marshfield Times 27 Sept. 1901 P. 7 C. 1

 

Adler, Rosie (Jan 1890 - 23 Sep 1901)

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING

Heart-Rending Tragedy Occurred Last Sunday


Rosie Adler Killed by Her Little Brother

One of the most touching fatalities that has taken place in this community of recent years was the accidental killing of Rosie Adler, the 12 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Adler by her brother Edward, aged eight years last Sunday afternoon. The little girl was preparing to attend church at about two o'clock when the little boy who was playing about in the same room, took down his father's breach-loading double-barreled gun, one barrel of which was charged with shot and the other rifled for a 44 caliber bullet, and while the weapon was pointed at his sister, in some unexplained manner touched off the charge of shot. The load of shot struck the girl on the right side of the head literally tearing out her brains. When the parents who were in another part of the house at the time of the discharge reached the scene they found their daughter horribly mangled and the boy rolling about in a convulsion of fear.


Aid was summoned immediately but the injured girl had expired almost instantly upon receiving the frightful wound, life being extinct before Dr. Hayward who was called at once, could reach the place. A large number of people residing in the neighborhood of the Adler residence hastened to offer assistance and consolation to the grief stricken parents who were prostrated by the shock, and the little boy who has unwittingly caused his sister's death was so terribly affected that it was feared he might lose his reason. He was finally calmed but the great calamity was a mighty blow to the peaceful home.


Municipal Judge R. E. Andrews in his capacity as a justice of the peace summoned a jury to conduct an inquest on the body and the remains were viewed soon after the accident, the taking of testimony being postponed to Monday morning. The jury met at the courtroom of the city hall at 9 a.m. Monday and examined John J. Adler and the boy Edward, both of whom related the facts. Mr. Adler was resting upon a bed in an adjoining room at the time the shot was fired. He had always kept his gun behind a door in the room where the shooting occurred and did not know that it was loaded. The boy stated that he took the gun down to play with and had no idea that it was loaded and did not know how he exploded the shell. The verdict rendered was death by the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of Edward and was signed by the following jury: Edw. L. Reese, J. D. Giles, I. P. Tiffault, Ernest Wegner, James Feit and John A. Vogel.

*The same story, almost word for word, was published in the Marshfield News Thursday 16 Sept. 1901 P. 1
 

News Clips

 ADLER, JOHN MARRIAGE MARSHFIELD TIMES JUN 17, 1887 p.1 col.5
Notes: both of city/wed Theresa Hardl at catholic church-city
 

 

 


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