Michael & Susanne Hager
Surnames: Anderegg, Goetz, Greely, Kronberger, McCann, Schmidt, Schultz, Seidelman
----Source: Centennial History of the York Center United Methodist Church, 1880 - 1980; Photo added after publication by Iris Keller.
Susanne Hager & Michael Seidelman
1900 Federal Census, ED 34 York town, Clark,
Wisconsin, United States
Michael Seitelmann Head Male 67 (Jan1833) Germany, immigrated 1880 *Naturalized, farmer
Susan Seitelmann Wife Female 68 (Mar 1832) Germany
Michael Seitelmann Son Male 17 (Mar 1883 Wisconsin
Lillie Seitelmann Daughter Female 15 (Jan 1885) Wisconsin
Willie Seitelmann Son Male 11 (Aug 1889) Wisconsin
The Heintown Boarding House (enlargement of people)
Photo provided by Iris Keller
Michael and Susan (Hager) Seidelman (married in 1875) came from Germany to Jefferson. Then they came to Heintown where many others from Jefferson also came. Seidelman's operated the boarding house there. Their children were: Henry - married Lena Meyer (Neillsville) - four children. Mike married Essie Schultz. They were neighbors to Goetz'. Children - Doris McCann, Harold (Florida), Michael (Milwaukee).
John (Washington), Barbara Greely, Lilly married Jake Anderegg, Bill married Rose Kronberger and lived on the Seidelman's home farm until recent years. Bobby Schmidt now lives there. Bill's son Romaine lives in Rice Lake.
William Seidelman bought the Store building, which he later cut in half and moved around to make an upright and (eell?). The Seidelman family lived there for years.
This house has more recently been torn down by Eddie Schmidt, and a new house was built on the site where his son and family now live. Tribune-Record-Gleaner-17-Jul-1975
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