Bio: Plantiko / Plantigo, George August & Marie Robertsen
Surnames: Enhelder, Frank, Plantigo, Plantiko, Plantikow, Rahmlow, Robertson
----Sources: Family Records
George August Plantico 21 Nov 1893–11 Sep 1986
Marriage: ca1920 in Hixon, Clark, Wisconsin, United States
Wife: Marie Robertsen 1902, Hixon, Clark, Wisconsin–1946
Children of Marie Robertsen and George August Plantico: Leo Edward Plantico 30 May 1921–2 Jul 1999; Elroy G Plantico 5 Sep 1922–14 Feb 2004; Gilbert Charles Plantico 24 Jan 1924–27 Jun 2016; Edna L Plantico .17 Dec 1928–6 Apr 2016.
Gilbert Charles Plantico
24 Jan 1924–27
Father of George: Carl Plantiko 1841–1912
Marriage: 17 Mar 1871
Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States
Mother of George: Wilhelmina Minnie Rahmlow 1853–1947
Children of Wilhelmina Minnie Rahmlow and Carl Plantiko: Charles Plantikow 1874?; Frank Plantikow 1875?; John Plantico 1880–1962; Ella Plantikow 1886?; George August Plantico 1893–1986. later sold out and returned to Minnesota.
The Plantiko / Plantico farm was located in Sec. 19, on the 1920 Plat Map above. The children would likely have attended the Frenchtown school in Sec. 28.
Postcard showing the Plantigo farm after it was destroyed in the September 21, 1924 tornado. The property was later sold to Eugene Clyde Enhelder (28 Jun 1878-13 Nov 1940) & his wife, Pearl Alice Frank (28 Jan 1892-12 Feb 1982) who had married in Littlefork, MN 17 Jun 1924. Eugene was born in Neillsville, WI and spent his younger years in Weston twp. He and Pearl later sold the property and moved to Township 71 Range 23, Koochiching, Minnesota.
Obit: Plantigo, George August (1893-1986)
Surnames: Plantiko / Plantigo
----Sources: United States Social Security Death Index, Family Records, Cemetery Stone
George August Plantiko, (2 Nov 1893, Brown County, WI--11 Sep 1986, aged 92,
Marshfield, Wood County, WI)
Gravesite: Riverside Cemetery, Withee, Clark County, Wisconsin, USA
Obit: Plantigo / Plantiko, Paul August (7 Jun 1888, Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI-16 Aug 1892)
Surnames: Bartz, Cook, Plantigo, Plantiko, Plantiko, Plantego
----Source: St. Paul, MN Daily Globe, Wed., 17 Aug
Eau Claire, Wis., Aug. 16--John Plantigo (John Martin Plantiko, Jr. 7 Sep 1868-3 Oct 1946, Eau Claire, WI), a teamster (born in Germany), drove to his home for dinner with his heavy wood wagon today. His little four-year-old boy crawled under the wagon and fell asleep. The father started the horses, the wheels crushing the head of the little boy to a pulp.
*Burial: Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, USA
Mother: Theresa C Bartz/Martz (1860-1930, Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA)
Siblings: Maximillian Carl Plantiko 2 Feb 1885, Eau Claire, WI–?; Otto Johann Plantiko 26 Feb 1887, Eau Clair WI–1936, Eau Claire, WI; Edward Plautiko 6 May 1891, Eau Claire, WI–?; Nellie F. Cook (1891-1966); Frank Wilhelm Plantiko, 21 May 1893, Eau Claire, WI–9 Oct 1944, Adams, Adams, WI; Alice H. Plantiko (1893-?).
Half Sibling: Walter Ludwig Plantiko (1898-1984) *Also buried in
Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, USA
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