|Mike Vajgrt (#47298874)|
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Hello, I have always been interested in history especially where my family is concerned. My roots are in Bohemia and what is now northern Poland (Prussia / Pomerania). My wife's family has roots in Bohemia and central Poland (Posen area). I maintain memorials primarily for family members. I strive for accuracy in all of my efforts so please use the edit features to recommend changes if necessary. I'm always willing to answer questions.|
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|Armstrong History||RE: Your Photo Requests - Lake View - Oshkosh|
Hi - Thanks for your nice note! It's a start!
I was pleasantly surprised to find the cemetery office was very nice to provide the locations and very friendly. I made a quick call during the noon hour and I was able to obtain the locations (without being a family member!).
It was in the high 50's today . . . and most all of the snow has melted . . . looks like winter may be over!!
|Armstrong History||Request - Ronald Barnes|
Hi Mike - I checked with the cemetery office and I understand this person is inside. I will make another trip back when the building is open - hopefully in the few days or during the weekend when I am out running errands. Also, I'll be able to take pixs of Geo Luebke, Robert Luebke and Daniel Stryzewski. I was running out of daylight.
|Armstrong History||Your Photo Requests|
Hi - As soon as the weather gets a warmer and the snow melts, I would be glad to fulfill your photo requests at the Lake View Cemetery, Oshkosh - Winnebago County, Wisconsin. In the meantime, would you kindly contact the cemetery to locate plot / burial location? The cemetery has a web page (below) and it includes their phone number or email address to obtain this information. It will make it easier to fulfill this request; as I am not sure if this info is released to non-family.
|Marshall Bruce||RE: Charles & Ione Ready Picture|
You're welcome. Glad I could help you out.
|Larry Krueger||RE: Kubale Obits and Transfers|
You're welcome and I had to tell you I love your bio page photo.
|Larry Krueger||Kubale Memorials|
Take good care of them!
|AlongTheWay||Saint Rose Cemetery, Cadott, WI|
You are most welcome for those transfers. Thanks for contacting me.
|Dennis Naiberg||RE: Vajgrt Obits|
You're welcome. If you don't mind, please post the obits to their respective memorials. I created a memorial for Maynard Vajgrt, who died September 21. Let me know and I will transfer. Dennis
|Dennis Naiberg||Obits for Mary Vajgrt|
Mrs. Mary Vajgrt of Drywood Passes Away
DIES AT ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL MONDAY FOLLOWING AN OPERATION FOR ABSCESS.
Mrs. Mary Theresa Vajgrt, aged 66 years, died at St. Josephs' hospital at 10 o'clock Monday evening, following an operation for an abscess, which she underwent last Wednesday. Mrs. Vajgrt has been ill for the past four weeks.
Deceased was born at Quarry, Iowa May 2, 1867. She was married to John Vajgrt at Marshalltown, Iowa and 25 years ago, came to Cadott and settled on a farm 10 miles north of here. She was preceded in death by her husband, in May, 1930, and one son, William, who died in February, 1932.
She is survived by two daughters and seven sons, as follows: Mrs. Frank Benda, LaPorte, Iowa; Mrs. Frank Kvapil, Toledo, Iowa; Frank, John, and Charles of Trear, Iowa; Fred of Oshkosh, Wis.; Emil and James of Jim Falls; Joseph, whose whereabouts are not known. Her mother Mrs. Theresa Peshel, two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Anna Salasek, Miss Rose Peshel and Frank Peshel all of Marshalltown, Iowa, eighteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held at two o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Bohemian hall in Drywood. Services were under the auspices of the Z. C. B. J. Lodge, Wm. Buresh officiating. Interment was made in the Bohemian cemetery.
Following are the out-of-town relatives and friends who were present for the funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vajgrt of Trear, Iowa; Miss Rose Peshel, Frank Peshel, Mrs. Ray Fouch, Mrs. Louis Youker, daughter, Betty, Miss Helen Salasek, all of Marshalltown; Fred Vajgrt of Oshkosh, Wis.; Mrs. Mary Benda of LaPorte, Iowa.
Source: Obituary, Mary Vajgrt, Cadott Sentinel, June 30 1933
Mrs. Mary T. Vajgrt Funeral Will Be Held Thursday at Drywood
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Tressie Vajgrt, who died Monday night, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Czecho-Slovakian hall in Drywood under the auspices of the Z.C.B.J. Lodge. Interment will be in the Czecho-Slovakian cemetery beside her husband, who died three years ago.
Mrs. Vajgrt was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, and was married at Cadott 51 years ago to John Vajgrt. For 21 years they resided in Cadott and then moved to the town of Arthur where they had bought a farm, 10 miles north of Cadott. She lived there until last April when she moved to the home of her son because of failing health.
Mrs. Vajgrt is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frank Bender of LaPorte, Iowa, and Mrs. Frank Kvapil of Toledo, 0., and seven sons, Frank, Joseph, John, Chas. Emil and James all of the town of Arthur and Fred of Oshkosh. She is also survived by 71 grand children and seven great grandchildren; also by two sisters, Miss Rose Peschal and Mrs. Anna Salasek; one brother, Frank Peschal and her aged mother, Mrs. Tressie Peschal, all of Marshalltown, Iowa.
Source: Obituary, Mary Vajgrt, The Chippewa Herald Telegram, June 28 1933
|Dennis Naiberg||Obit for John Vajgrt|
JOHN VAJGRT DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
RESIDENT OF DRYWOOD FOR PAST 20 YEARS SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA AFTER A WEEK'S ILLNESS.
John Vajgrt, aged 69 years, and resident of the Drywood country for the past 21 years died at his home at 6:45 Tuesday morning after an illness of only one week from pneumonia. Mr. Vajgrt had been in poor health for the past six or seven years and contracted a severe cold a week ago when he insisted on doing some farm work during a shower against the wishes of his family. Mrs. Vajgrt and son, James, were also in a serious condition with pneumonia when Mr. Vajgrt became ill.
John Vajgrt was born Jan.10, 1861 at Czecho Slovakia and immigrated to this country at the age of 19 years, settling then in Dillon, Iowa. He was united in marriage to Mary Peshel at Dillon, Iowa, in June 1882.
Mr. Vajgrt was an industrious man. During his first eleven years in Dillon, Iowa, he was engaged in stone quarry and coal work and then settled on a farm where with his family, he resided until in 1908, they came to Chippewa county and settled on a farm in Drywood, which has been his home ever since.
Besides his bereaved wife, deceased is survived by eight sons and two daughters as follows: Frank, of Traer, Iowa; John, of Coutier, Iowa; Charles, of Buckingham, Iowa; Joseph, of Stanley, Wis.; William, of Chippewa Falls; Fred of Oshkosh; Emil of Cornell and James, who resides at the parental home; Mrs. Frank Kvapil of Toledo, Iowa; and Mrs. Frank Benda, of Waterloo, Iowa. All of the children were at his side when the end came.
Funeral services were conducted at the residence at 2:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon, under the auspices of the Z. C. B. J. Lodge. Interment was made in the Drywood Bohemian cemetery.
Source: Obituary, John Vajgrt, Cadott Sentinel
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