BioM: Schmid, Josephine C. (Marriage - 1908)

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Email:  stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: STANLEY SCHMID SCHMIDT, SMITH, BOULLION BOTT, GUMZ

----Source: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Aug 1908

Schmid, Josephine (Marriage - 20 Aug 1908)

A pretty wedding occurred at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Fairview, at 8:00 Thursday morning, when Rev. L. Wernerus, pastor of the church, pronounced the words that united Mr. George E. Stanley and Miss Josephine Schmid in the holy bonds of matrimony. They were attended by Mr. Nick Boullion and Miss Bott of Merrill, a cousin of the bride.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley drove immediately to Fairchild, where a wedding breakfast was served at the home of relatives of the bride, and then took the noon train for a wedding trip to St. Paul, where they will spend a couple of days and then go to Seattle and other points on the coast.

The above contracting parties are two of Humbird, Clark County, Wis.'s most popular and accomplished young people, and are well known to all in this vicinity. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmid, who has grown to young womanhood in our midst. She has been engaged in teaching for a few years past.

Mr. Stanley is one of Humbird's exemplary young men. He has been in the employ of the Omaha Railroad Co. for a number of years, running on the northern division as freight brakeman, and a couple of years ago was promoted to the position of conductor. His headquarters are at Altoona, where himself and bride expect to begin housekeeping this fall.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley are the recipients of the heartiest congratulations and best wishes of their host of friends in this village and vicinity.

Biographical

Bio: Stanley, Josephine Schmid (1887 - 1987)

Christening

Anna Josephine Wilhelmine Schmidt
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 27 Nov 1887
Christening Place: St. John Lutheran, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Birth Date: 16 Sep 1887
Father's Name: Johannes Schmidt (Schmid)
Mother's Name: Wilhelmine Gumz

1905 Wisconsin State Census, Mentor, Clark, Wisconsin, Page: 304

Josephine Schmid, white single female
Parent 1 Birthplace: Germany
Parent 2 Birthplace: Wisconsin

Household Members
John Schmid Head M 48y Germany
Susan Schmid Wife F 47y Wisconsin
Josephine Schmid D F 18y Wisconsin

1910 Federal Census, Mentor, Clark, Wisconsin, United States

John Schmid, white married male
Immigration Year: 1881
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany

Household Members
John Schmid Head M 53 Germany
Susan Schmid Wife F 52 Wisconsin
Josephine Stanley Daughter F 23 Wisconsin
George Stanley Son-in-law M 26 Wisconsin
Lloyd Gerald Stanley - Grandson M 0 Wisconsin

1920 Federal Census, Altoona, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States

Josephine Stanley, white married female
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin

Household Members
George Stanley Head M 35 Wisconsin
Josephine Stanley Wife F 33 Wisconsin
Lloyd Stanley Son M 10 Wisconsin
Eleanor Stanley Daughter F 7 Wisconsin
Clarence Stanley Son M 5 Wisconsin

1930 Federal Census, Altoona, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States

Josephine C Stanley, white married female
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin

Household Members
George E Stanley Head M 43 Wisconsin
Josephine C Stanley Wife F 42 Wisconsin
Lloyd G Stanley Son M 20 Wisconsin
Eleanor M Stanley Daughter F 17 Wisconsin
Clarence J Stanley Son M 15 Wisconsin

1940 Federal Census, Altoona, Altoona City, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States

George E Stanley, white married male
Birth Year (Estimated): 1884
Last Place of Residence: Same House

Household Members
George E Stanley Head M 56 Wisconsin
Josephine Stanley Wife F 54 Wisconsin
John Smith (Schmid) Father-in-law M 84 Germany

Wisconsin Death Index

George E Stanley
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 08 Jan 1966
Event Place: , , Wisconsin
Residence Place: , Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Age: 82
Certificate Number: 000666

Post Card Collection of Josephine (Scmidt) Stanley

Album Cover

Juneau Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1907)

The post card of Juneau Park, was sent from Milwaukee, Wis., at 2 am, 28 Mar 1907 by Regina to Miss Josie Schmidt, Humbird, Wis.

 

Message:

 

Dear Josie - How are you?  I hope the same as ever.  It must be fine going to school now. 

 

Lovingly, Regina

 

The Milwaukee, Wisconsin Library & Museum

The post card of Juneau Park, was sent from Milwaukee, Wis., at 11 am, 110 Sep 1907 by Peggy to Miss Josie Schmid, Humbird, Wis.

 

Message:

 

Dear Josie: - Am just having a jolly time.  Wish you were here with me.  Called on Emory this P.M. and he said there was to be a dance at Merton Friday so I'm going out Friday afternoon.  Will write from there.

 

Lovingly, Peggy

 

 

Birdseye view of Duluth, Minnesota, looking upwards

(Post office Building to the left)

 

The Post Card above was sent to Josie Schmidt of Humbird, Wis. from Eau Claire, Wis.,  in 1907

The Post Cards above can be yours with a $25 donation to this site.

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