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Pauline Koehler Geiser
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Birth: Jan. 20, 1852
Death: Apr. 14, 1912
Wisconsin, USA

Geiser, Pauline nee Koehler
(Jan. 14, 1852-April 14, 1912) wife of Franz Xavier Geiser married June 26, 1874 at St. Martin Catholic Church, Town of Charlestown, Calumet County. Daughter of Joseph Koehler and Theresia Neissner born Neuforf, Silesia, which is now a part of southern Poland. Emigrated with her parents to the US in 1853, arriving in New York on July 10, 1853 and settled near Hayton, Charlestown Township, Calumet County. Died from "mitral disease of heart diabitis mellitus" buried at St. Martin Catholic Church, Town of Charlestown.

Chilton Times – April 20, 1912
HER DEATH CAME WITHOUT WARNING
The sudden and unexpected death of Mrs. Xavier Geiser of the town of Charlestown which occurred at an early hour on Sunday morning, April 14th, was not only a shock to her husband and family but to the community where she has resided for many years. Mrs. Geiser had been a sufferer from diabetes for about eight years, but during that time had been able to be up and around her home to superintend and assist in the household duties. On Saturday evening she retired as usual and on Sunday morning about five o’clock, when her husband went to awaken her he found that she was dead. Her death was due to paralysis.
Pauline Koehler was born in Schlesian, Germany, Jan. 14, 1852 and at the age of one year came to America with her parents, who shortly after located on a farm in the town of Charlestown. She remained at home until June of 1874 when she was married to Xavier Geiser.
She was a woman devoted to her husband and family and was highly esteemed by her neighbors and friend for her many noble traits of character. She was a devout member of St. Martin’s Catholic church from which she was buried on Wednesday forenoon.
She is survived by her husband, six sons, John of Brothertown, Frank, Martin, August, Peter of Charlestown, John of Millette, S.D. and three daughters, Mrs. Chas. Hanke of Charlestown, Mrs. Michael Schwarz of Chilton and Miss Josephine at home. Also by two brothers, Joseph and Erhard Koehler of Charlestown and four sisters, Mrs. John Kasper of Minnesota, Mrs. Sigmund Mueller and Mrs. Joseph Hanke of Charlestown and Mrs. Michael Gruber of Chilton Town.


 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Koehler (1822 - 1908)
  Theresia Neissner Koehler (1823 - 1890)
 
 Spouse:
  Franz Xavier Geiser (1850 - 1923)*
 
 Children:
  Joseph Geiser (1875 - 1960)*
  Frank Geiser (1876 - 1949)*
  Maria Geiser (1878 - 1878)*
  Anna Geiser Hanke (1879 - 1959)*
  Martin Geiser (1882 - 1970)*
  August Geiser (1884 - 1958)*
  Margaret Geiser Schwarz (1885 - 1962)*
  Peter A Geiser (1888 - 1972)*
  Tharcisia Geiser (1891 - 1962)*
 
 Siblings:
  Theresa Koehler Kasper (1850 - 1920)*
  Pauline Koehler Geiser (1852 - 1912)
  Anna Koehler Mueller (1854 - 1928)*
  Bertha Koehler Hanke (1856 - 1932)*
  Joseph Koehler (1858 - 1934)*
  Erhart Koehler (1859 - 1933)*
  Margret Koehler Gruber (1862 - 1932)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Martin Catholic Cemetery
New Holstein
Calumet County
Wisconsin, USA
 
Created by: Cherie
Record added: Sep 14, 2009
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