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Helene Kraetke Fielder
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Birth: Sep. 25, 1869, Germany
Death: Jun. 13, 1943
Eloise
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

Helene was born in Stettin Stadt, Pommern, Preussen (Germany) and Immigrated to the United States with her parents and three siblings in June of 1882. It is thought she divorced her husband, Conrad Fiedler, after he had abandoned the family and then about 1913, she changed the spelling of her married surname from "Fiedler" to "Fielder". Helene spoke German the majority of the time, both in and out of the home, but little else has been documented about her life before or after she married. Her son, Russell Fielder, claimed she was a very strict disciplinarian and raised her children accordingly. Helene had been ill the last two years of her life and remained hospitalized at Eloise until her death.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Louis Anton Kraetke (1841 - 1906)
  Wilhelmine Caroline Amalie Nageborn Kraetke (1847 - 1902)
 
 Children:
  Gertrude E. Fielder Dietterich (1895 - 1929)*
 
 Siblings:
  Helene Kraetke Fielder (1869 - 1943)
  Richard Emil Kraetke (1873 - 1922)*
  Ernest Maxwell Kraetke (1877 - 1932)*
  William Louis Kraetke (1886 - 1958)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Detroit
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Jo-Ann
Record added: Apr 25, 2011
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