BioA: Naedler, William (m. 31 Mar 1888)

Contact: Dee Zimmerman

Surnames: Anderson, Bandelow, Doering, Hilyer, Naedler, Weiss, Zimmerman

----Source: Excerpt from The Clark Co. Press, June 1938 by Dee Zimmerman for her weekly column, "The Good Old Days", published June 11, 2003.

Deferred on account of illness last March, the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Naedler and a family reunion were celebrated Sunday. The celebration was held at the home of their youngest son, Hilbert, who lives near the home farm.

Mr. and Mrs. Naedler Were married at Jefferson, Wis., March 31, 1888. Afterwards, they lived on a farm, in that area, for a short time. In the fall of .1900, they came to the town of Pine Valley and purchased the Hilyer farm containing 60 acres. The following spring, they purchased an additional 55 acres, a portion of the Clark farm. Naedler served his township as its chairman for several years.

Mr. and Mrs. Naedler worked together throughout the years, building for themselves a happy home and an excellent farm, which they still operate. They reared a family of five children, Henry J. Naedier, Neillsville; Mrs. A. C. Haack, Wauwatosa; E. A. Naedier, St. Paul; Wm. Jr., near Granton and Hilbert, who resides on the old Bandelow farm, all of whom are a credit to their parents. The children were all present for the celebration.

Others who were here from out of town, included Mr. Naedier's sisters and brother, John F. Naedler, Helenville; Mrs. Albert Doering and her husband, of Waterloo, and Mrs.P. Anderson, Janesville, two sisters were unable to attend. Many nieces and nephews were in attendance. Dinner and supper were served the entire day and the weather was perfect.


Response--BioA: Naedler, William (m. 31 Mar 1888)

Contact: William A. Naedler


I am wondering if we are related. My grandparents William Thomas Naedler and Margret Weiss Naedler resided in the Cliffside-Grantwood New Jersey Area. My great-grandfather immigrated from Germany.

Since the Naedler name is rarely spelt Naedler I am wondering if there is any relation.





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