Bio: Burmeister, Cecil A. (1907 - 1914)
Surnames: Burmeister, Phillippi, Baer, Gregorious
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 10/31/1907
Burmeister, Baby Boy (28 Oct. 1907 - 8 Aug 1914)
The following birth has been reported by the attending physician during the past week:
To Mr. and Mrs. Will Burmeister, in the West ward this city, on Monday, Oct. 28th, 1907, a son.
Cecil Burmeister was buried in the St. Mary's Cemetery, Colby, Wisconsin. He was the son of William and Marguerite Burmeister.
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) August 21, 1914
Burmeister, Cecil (28 Oct 1907 - 16 August 1914)
Cecil Burmeister, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Burmeister of Colby, was killed Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock when he fell from a horse’s back, after which a wagon wheel passed over his head, fracturing his skull. He was only six years old.
The little boy was visiting at the farm home of Mrs. Kate Gregorious, near Mackville. About three o’clock he went out into the fields, and as there were a lot of thistles there, someone placed him upon the back of one of the horses. The boy had been on the horse’s back but a few moments when the horse shied, throwing him to the ground, when the wheels of the wagon passed over him. - Appleton Crescent
Wisconsin Marriage Records
groom's birthplace: Germany
bride's name: Margarth Phillippi
bride's birthplace: Calumet Co., Wis.
marriage date: 20 Aug 1903
marriage place: Clark, Wisconsin
groom's father's name: William Burmeister
groom's mother's name: Mary
bride's father's name: John Phillippi
bride's mother's name: Catharine Baer
groom's race: White
bride's race: White
1905 Wisconsin State Census, Green Grove, Clark, Wisconsin, pg. 145, family 79, line 43
Wm Burmeister, white married
place of birth: parent 1: Germany
place of birth: parent 2: Germany
head Wm Burmeister M 30y Germany
wife Mergreth Burmeister F 29y (1876) Wisconsin
daughter Anita Burmeister F 1y Wisconsin
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