|Birth: ||Feb. 18, 1838|
|Death: ||Dec. 10, 1928|
RESEARCHERS NOTE: Maiden name has not been proven:
- "Amberg" comes from migration record of 26 May 1857.
- "Amburg" comes from biography of son Waldo Bader published in the book "Oklahoma a history..." by J.B.Thoburn and M.H.Wright.
- "Limberg" is reported on her death certificate.
- "Aumberic" comes from family oral histories.
Departed the Port of Havre, France aboard the ship "William Nelson" arriving at the Port of New York on 26 May 1857. Manifest 00008919, Listed as:
"Elisabeth Amberg, age 19 female farmer from Switzerland" and traveling with her husband
"Rudolph Bader, age 23 male farmer from Switzerland""
Rudolph's brother "Jacob Bader, age 32 male farmer from Switzerland"
And Jacob's wife "Louise Frei, age 20 female farmer from Switzerland"
They traveled in the open on the Poop House on deck
Death Certificate Summary: Date of birth 18 February 1839 Age: 89Y 9M 22Days. Date of death 10 December 1928.
Father is: ----- Limberg
Mother is: Elizabeth
Place of birth for Elizabeth and her parents is: Switzerland.
Address was 113 South 30th Street, Omaha,
From a newspaper clipping dated 28 December 1928.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bader Dead; here 70 years, Couple had come to Nebraska following marriage in Switzerland.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bader, a honeymoon settler in Nebraska 70 years ago, died Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anna Agee, 113 South Thirteenth street. She was 90 years old. Immediately after her marriage in Switzerland, she accompanied her husband to this country and they traveled westward to St. Louis where they boarded a river steamer for Omaha, debarking March 1857. After a year in Douglas county, they settled on a homestead in Sarpy county, near the present town of Chalco. From this homestead, still owned by the family Mr. Bader walked or drove the 18 miles to Omaha, the nearest post office.
Several years after his death 40 years ago, the widow left the farm to reside with children who had moved to Oklahoma. When her strength began to fail six months ago she insisted on returning to Omaha for the last weeks of her life. Survivors include 22 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. The surviving children are Mrs. Agee, Mrs. Eva Crook, Butler, Oklahoma; Otto and Rudolph Bader, Clinton, Oklahoma; and Morris Bader, Gentry Arkansas. Funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Crosby mortuary. Burial will be in Mohrs cemetery, south of Millard, Nebraska.
Rudolph Zebulin Bader (1833 - 1888)*
Otto Aumberic Bader (1857 - 1928)*
Rudolph D. Bader (1861 - 1941)*
Alois A Bader (1868 - 1890)*
Anna Mae Bader Agee (1870 - 1940)*
Maurice Furst Bader (1872 - 1930)*
Waldo Sigmond Bader (1875 - 1923)*
Eva E Bader Crook (1877 - 1945)*
Voss Mohr Cemetery
Created by: Mark Persons
Record added: Mar 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67672107