|Birth: ||Nov. 8, 1870|
|Death: ||May 7, 1931|
From Germany Births and Baptisms:
"JOSEPH ADLER, born 8 Nov 1870 to Johann Georg Adler & Amalia Schuele.
"Christened 10 Nov 1870 Katholisch (Catholic), Jagstzell, Jagstkreis, Wuerttemberg."
(Manifest for Fulda arriving 11/5/1895 from Germany to NY, NY):
Georg Adler, 54, carpenter; Wife Amalie, 53; Son JOSEPH, 25, carpenter; and Daughters Amalie, 17; Clara, 15; and Josephine; 12.
The family settled in Omaha, Nebraska, and lived the rest of their lives there.
1900 U.S. CENSUS:
Joseph Adler, age 29, is listed as a servant living in the household of August Prochnow in Florence, Omaha, Nebraska.
In 1903, Joseph married Philomena "Minnie" Welchert.
1910 and 1920 CENSUS:
In the 1910 and 1920 U.S. CENSUS, Joseph is head of his own household in Florence, Omaha, Nebraska.
(In the 1910 census, Joseph's father, George Adler is listed as living with him and his wife and children. Joseph's mother, Amalia Shiele Ader, had died in 1907 of typhoid fever.)
1930 U.S. CENSUS:
Joseph Adler Head M 60 born Germany, mother tongue German, alien (non-citizen), laborer/gardener.
Minnie Adler Wife F 46 born Nebraska
William Adler Son M 25 Nebraska, laborer in U.P. shops.
Otto Adler Son M 23 Nebraska, mechanic in U.P. shops.
Emil Adler Son M 21 Nebraska, laborer.
Leo Adler Son M 19 Nebraska, hired man on farm.
George Adler Son M 17 Nebraska
Louis Adler Son M 13 Nebraska
Roy Adler Son M 11 Nebraska
Gene Adler Son M 9 Nebraska
Leonard Adler Son M 6 Nebraska
Joseph and Philomena "Minnie" had ten sons!
Anton Adler b: 7 MAY 1903
William Adler b: 1905
Otto Adler b: 1906
Emil Adler b: 1908
Leo Adler b: 11 JUN 1911
George Adler b: 15 MAR 1913
Louis Adler b: 23 JUN 1915
Roy Adler b: 1918
Eugene Francis Adler b: 1922
Leroy or Leonard Adler
Joseph died on May 7, 1931, in Omaha.
OBITUARY is from the Omaha World Herald, May 8, 1931, morning edition, page 10:
"Deaths IN OMAHA.
"Joseph Adler, 61, 3105 Bridge Street, died at a local hospital Thursday after an illness of two weeks. He had lived in Omaha 40 years, and for the past seven years had been employed at Forest Lawn cemetery.
"Surviving are his wife, 10 sons, Anton, William, Otto, Emil, Leo, George, Louis, Roy, Gene, and Leonard, and a sister, Mrs. Amalia Grimm, all of Omaha. The funeral will be held at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning from the Gentleman mortuary to St. Philip Neri church at 9 o'clock, with burial in St. Mary Magdalene cemetery."
FUNERAL NOTICE is from the Omaha World Herald, 9 May 1931 p 15.
George Adler (1841 - 1924)
Amalia Schiele Adler (1842 - 1907)
Philomina Welchert Adler (1884 - 1954)
Anton F. Adler (1902 - 1975)*
William J. Adler (1905 - 1967)*
Otto Adler (1906 - 1995)*
Emil L Adler (1909 - 1945)*
Leo V Adler (1911 - 1988)*
George E Adler (1913 - 1996)*
Louis L Adler (1915 - 1995)*
Roy Clarence Adler (1917 - 1978)*
Eugene Francis Adler (1922 - 2001)*
Anna Adler Frank (1868 - 1920)*
Joseph Adler (1870 - 1931)
Marie Adler Heine (1874 - 1913)*
Amalia Adler Grimm (1878 - 1957)*
Clara Adler Schneider (1880 - 1925)*
Josephine Anna Adler Weeks (1883 - 1910)*
Saint Mary Magdalene Cemetery
Plot: Section 3fna, Row 11, Space 48
Maintained by: Molly H.
Originally Created by: Loren Bender
Record added: May 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91076794