Antje Lage1

F
     Antje died. Antje was born at Schönberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Jochim Lage and Antje Lage.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Thomas Lage1

M, b. 20 January 1790, d. 25 February 1837
     Einwohner in Krummbek. Thomas was born on 20 January 1790 at Schönberg, Germany.2 He was the son of Jochim Lage and Antje Lage. He married Abel Schlapkohl on 8 February 1817 at Schönberg, Germany.2 Thomas died on 25 February 1837 at Krummbek, Germany, at age 47.2

Children of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl

Citations

  1. [S255] Lage,Speth, Barfel, Paustian, Margaret.
  2. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Claus Lage1

M
     Claus died. Claus was born at Schönberg, Germany. He was the son of Jochim Lage and Antje Lage.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Beck Lage1

M
     Beck died. Beck was born at Schönberg, Germany. He was the son of Jochim Lage and Antje Lage.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Abel Schlapkohl1

F, b. 26 September 1792, d. 8 May 1848
     Abel was born on 26 September 1792 at Schönberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Hans Schlapkohl and Ester Stoltenberg. She married Thomas Lage on 8 February 1817 at Schönberg, Germany.2 Abel died on 8 May 1848 at Schönberg, Germany, at age 55.

Children of Abel Schlapkohl and Thomas Lage

Citations

  1. [S255] Lage,Speth, Barfel, Paustian, Margaret.
  2. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Jochim Lage1

M, b. 18 November 1817, d. 28 December 1896
      Jochim Lage and Catherine Speth were married 19 October 1850 in Schönberg, Germany, in the Province of Probstein, in Schleswig Holstein. Jochim and Catherine [Speth] Lage, along with some of their children left Hamburg Germany, August 15, 1864, on the ship "Oder", with Captain Winzen, the head of the ship. They arrived in New York, and made their way to Davenport, where they farmed for four years and then made their way to Tama County, Lincoln Township. In 1868 Jochim and Catherine purchased 320 acres of land in Section 28, Lincoln Township, which later they wre forced to surrender as they were unable to meet the payments. After renting this same farm for 10 years, they were able to make the purchase, and eventually became one of the most prosperous farmers in the township, owning about 1000 acres of land. In 1893 he moved to Gladbrook, where both he and his wife lived until their deaths. Six of their nine children were born in Germany and migrated to this country, with the parents. They were Annie, Lena, Frederick, Gustave Adolph, Johannas N. and Herman. Theodore, Amelia and Henry were born in this country. Jochim Lage endured all the hardships of an early pioneer. He was a true German and at the same time a good American citizen, loved by his friends, a good husband and father. Two years before his death he and his son Herman returned tohis native homeland of Germanyh for a visit. Jochim died on 28 December 1896 at the age of 79 years, 1 month, and 11 days. Catherine died on 23 January 1908.
He was a farmer. Jochim was born on 18 November 1817 at Schönberg, Germany.2 He was the son of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl. He married Catherine or Trien Speth on 19 October 1850 at Schönberg, Germany.2 Jochim immigrated to New York on 15 August 1864. Jochim died on 28 December 1896 at Gladbrook, Tama County, Iowa, at age 79.2 Jochim was born on 3 November 1919 at Reinbeck, Grundy County, Iowa.

Citations

  1. [S255] Lage,Speth, Barfel, Paustian, Margaret.
  2. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Hans Lage1

M
     Hans died. Hans was born at Schönberg, Germany. He was the son of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Antje Lage1

F
     Antje was born at Schönberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl. Antje died at Schönberg, Germany.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Esther Lage1

F
     Esther died at Schönberg, Germany. Esther was born at Schönberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Claus Hinrich Lage1

M
     Claus died. Claus was born. He was the son of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Thomas Lage1

M
     Thomas died. Thomas was born at Schönberg, Germany. He was the son of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

NN---- Block

M
     NN---- died.

Child of NN---- Block

Henry Sienknecht

M, b. 1860, d. 1951
     He was a farmer.
Henry Sienknecht Obituary

      Henry Sienknecht, 90 died at 4:55am Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Sabin, 514 West Mullan Avenue, of complications of advanced age.

      He was born 5 May 1860, in Rhuwinkel, Germany.

      On 19 January 1883, he married Freda Krambeck in Germany. They came to the United States in 1884, settling at Hampton Bluffs Illinois.

      Mr. Sienknecht brought his family to Iowa in 1893, and farmed near Traer and Gladbrook many years. He retired in Gladbrook in 1916.

      Surviving are on son, Fred, Lincoln, Iowa; three daughters Mrs. Julius Staker and Mrs. Charles Fink of Lincoln, and Mrs. Harry Sabin, 514 West Mullan Avenue 33 grandchildren, 43 great grand children, and eight great great grandchildren.
     
      He was precededin death by his wife in 1940, and two sons Henry, Rosck Island, Illinois, and John of Clutier.

      Funeral services be Monday at 2pm at Goettsch funeral home in Gladbrook.

Henry was born in 1860 at Rhuwinkel, Germany.1 He married Freda Krambeck on 19 January 1883 at Germany.1 Henry died in 1951 at Waterloo, Blackhawk County, Iowa.1

Child of Henry Sienknecht and Freda Krambeck

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Freda Krambeck

F, b. 1858, d. 1940
     Freda was born in 1858.1 She married Henry Sienknecht on 19 January 1883 at Germany.1 Freda died in 1940.1

Child of Freda Krambeck and Henry Sienknecht

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Lillian Sienknecht1

F, b. 30 January 1884, d. 27 February 1965
      Julius Stakers to Celebrate their 60th Wedding

      Mr. and Mrs Julius Staker of Lincoln will observe their 60th Wedding Anniversary, February 12th, 1962. Open house will be held in the Reinbeck Memorial Building, on Sunday, February 11th from 7 to 9pm. Friends and relatives may call. No gifts requested.

      Lilly Sienknecht and Julius Staker were married at her home in Crystal ownship, Tama County 12 February 1902. They are the parents of ten living children who are Fred, Roy, Irvin, Alvin, Louis, (Mabel) Mrs. Clarence Boege; (Dala) Mrs. Willmer Hulmes; (Edna) Mrs. Chas. Beckwith; (Alma) Mrs. Floyd Barfels; (Alice) Mrs. Lester Lorenz.


Mrs. Julius Staker of Lincoln Follows Husband in Death

      Services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Reinbeck United Church of Christ for Mrs. Lilly Staker, 81 of Lincoln, who died Saturday night in the Grundy County hospital in Grundy Center. Her husband, Julius, died only about two months ago. she was also preceded in death by three sons and one daughter.
      Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery, north of Gladbrook.
      Mrs. Staker was born Lilly Sienknecht, January 30, 1884, at Hampton Bluff, Illinois., and came with her parents to Tama county as a girl. She was married to Julius Staker on February 12, 1902, in the parental Henry Sienknecht home in Crystal township. The couple began farming near Dysart and lived in that community the first two years of their marriage. They then moved to Grant Township, and for many years operated a farm a mile west and a half mile south of Amity church. Mr. Staker and his sons also had a trucking business and did custom corn shelling several years.
      Mr. and Mrs. Staker retired in 1949 and the couple moved at that time to a new home in Lincoln, where they had resided since Mr. Staker died in early January, 1965, at the age of 86.
      The couple observed their 50th wedding anniversary February 12, 1952, and on their 60th anniversary, February 11, 1962 they wre honored at an open huse at the Reinbeck Memorial Building.
      Surviving are nine of their family of 13 children; Fred, Roy and Louis, all of Gladbrook; Alvin and Irvin, of Reinbeck; four daughters, Mrs Clarence (Mabel) Boege, Mrs. Wilmer (Dala) Hulme and Mrs. Lester [Alice] Lorenz, all of Reinbeck, and Mrs. Chas (Edna) Beckwith of North Hollywood, Calif. Preceding her in death were Hary and Wilbur, who died in infancy, a daughter, Mrs Floyd Barfels, and a son Harold.
      Mrs. Staker also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Charles Fink of Lincoln and Mrs. Harry Sabin of Waterloo, and one brother, Fred Sienknecht, of Lincoln.



LILLY STAKER'S WILL

In her will dated 2 October 1964, the late Lilly Staker bequeathed her estate to her husband, Julius Staker and nominated him executor without bonds. Mr. Staker preceded her in deah. According to a provision in the will, Mrs. Staker's estate will now be divided among the children in equal shares. They are Fred, Irvin, Alvin, Louis H. and Roy Staker. Dalia Staker Hulme, Edna Staker Beckwith, Alice Staker Lorenz and Mabel Staker Boege. A petition is now on file to have the sons, Fred of Gladbrook and Irvin of Reinbeck appointed Executors. Lillian was born on 30 January 1884 at Hampton Bluff, Illinois.2 She was the daughter of Henry Sienknecht and Freda Krambeck. She married Julius Staker on 12 February 1902 at Crystal Township, Iowa, USA.2 Lillian died on 27 February 1965 at Lincoln Township, Tama County, Iowa, at age 81.2

Children of Lillian Sienknecht and Julius Staker

Citations

  1. [S253] Sienknecht, Lilly, Obituary.
  2. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Henry Staker

M, b. 17 May 1848, d. 1 January 1930
     He was a farmer. He married Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt.1 Henry was born on 17 May 1848 at Germany.1 Henry died on 1 January 1930 at Tama County, Iowa, at age 81.1

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt

F, b. 19 January 1858, d. 29 December 1929
     She married Henry Staker.1 Wilhelmina was born on 19 January 1858 at Germany.1 Wilhelmina died on 29 December 1929 at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Julius Staker1

M, b. 16 January 1878, d. 30 December 1964
     Star Clipper Traer
"Downtown Lincoln area is brightened during the current holiday season by a large evergreen donated by Julius Staker to the Lincoln Commercial club which provided the decorations.


Rites in Reinbeck for Julius Staker of Lincoln, 86

      Funeral services were held at 1:30 pm Saturday at the United Church of Christ at Reinbeck for Julius Staker, 86 prominent Lincoln area farmer. who died Wednesday of last week in the Grundy County Memorial hospital in Grundy Center.
      Interment was in Maple Hill cemetery, north of Gladbrook.
      Death was attributed to complications of old age.
      Mr.Staker was born January 16, 1878, in Lincoln township. His parents farmed in the Gladbrook and Traer communities when he was a boy, and he assisted on the farm in his youth.
      He married the former Lillie Sienknecht February 12, 1902, in the parental Henry Sienknecht home in Crystal township. The couple began farming near Dysart and lived in that community the first two years of their marriage. They then moved to Grant Township, and for many years operated a farm a mile west and a half mile south of Amity church. Mr. Staker and his sons also had a trucking business and did custom corn shelling several years.
      Mr. and Mrs. Staker retired in 1949 and the couple moved at that time to a new home in Lincoln, where they had resided since. Mr. Staker died December 30, 1964, at the age of 86.
      The couple observed their 50th wedding anniversary February 12, 1952, and on their 60th anniversary, February 11, 1962 they wre honored at an open huse at the Reinbeck Memorial Building.
      Surviving are nine of their family of 13 children; Fred, Roy and Louis, all of Gladbrook; Alvin and Irvin, of Reinbeck; four daughters, Mrs Clarence (Mabel) Boege, Mrs. Wilmer (Dala) Hulme and Mrs. Lester [Alice] Lorenz, all of Reinbeck, and Mrs. Chas (Edna) Beckwith of North Hollywood, Calif. Preceding her in death were Hary and Wilbur, who died in infancy, a daughter, Mrs Floyd Barfels, and a son Harold.

      Julius Staker of Grant township, north of Tama County, in his will, directed his executors to deposit $400 in any bank of their choosing and they are to use this sum to provide flowers for the graves of himself and his wife on Christmas and Decoration Day at therate of approximately $20 per year. He directs his executors to take credit for this sum in the accounting of his estate so that there will be no unnecessary delay in closing his estate.

      He leaves all of his personal property to his wife, Lilly Staker, and gives her a life estate in all of his real estate. Subject to the life estate to his wife, he bequeaths his real estate to his children. Fred, Irvin, Alvin, Roy and Louis H. Staker, Dalia Staker Hulme, Edna Staker Beckwith, Alice Staker Lorenz and Mabel Staker Boege, in equal shares.
     
      At the death of his wife, Mr. Staker gives $3000 each to romagene Leah Moody and Elizabeth Alice Block, and $600 to Lincoln Savings Bank as trustee for the use and benefit of Geraldine Barfels.

      In the hope that the Staker farm can remain in the family after the death of Mrs. Staker, the son, Louis H. Staker, shall have an option to purchase it at the appraised value. Louis is to have 6 months to exercise his option and make arrangements for financing. Mr. Staker nominated his wife, Lilly, as executor. His will is dated 9 October 1964. He was a farmer. Julius was born on 16 January 1878 at Lincoln Township, Tama County, Iowa.2 He was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He married Lillian Sienknecht on 12 February 1902 at Crystal Township, Iowa, USA.2 Julius died on 30 December 1964 at Grundy Center, Grundy County, Iowa, at age 86.2

Children of Julius Staker and Lillian Sienknecht

Citations

  1. [S252] Staker, Julius, Obituary.
  2. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

Anna Staker

F
     Anna Staker was the daughter of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt.

Herman Staker

M
     Herman Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He was a farmer.

Henry Staker

M
     Henry Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He was a farmer.

Emma Staker

F
     Emma Staker was the daughter of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. Emma died.

John H. Staker

M
     John H. Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He was a farmer.

Antje Lage1

F
     Antje died. Antje was born. She was the daughter of Thomas Lage and Abel Schlapkohl.

Citations

  1. [S53] Block Family, Hegardt, Margaret.

William Staker1

M
     William Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He was a farmer.

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Agnes Staker1

F
     Agnes Staker was the daughter of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt.

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Margaret Staker1

F
     Margaret Staker was the daughter of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt.

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Edward Staker1

M
     Edward Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt.

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Louis Staker1

M
     Louis Staker was the son of Henry Staker and Wilhelmina Johanna Dorothea Boldt. He was a farmer.

Citations

  1. [S54] Staker Family.

Louis Willis1,2

M
     He married Jane Gillard.3

Child of Louis Willis and Jane Gillard

Citations

  1. [S445] Daughter's obit.
  2. [S249] Willis, Lottie, Death Certificate.
  3. [S532] Daughter's obit.