Obit: Wilsmann, August Carl (1890 - 1962)
Surnames: Wilsmann, Dins, Stark, Kahlenberg, Krey, Kellner, Oleson, Wulff
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Aug 1962
Wilsmann, August (9 May 1890 - 22 Aug. 1962)
Mrs. Edna Dins, Allen and Rita attended funeral services for the former’s cousin, August Wilsmann, at Two Rivers Friday.
*August Carl Wilsmann is buried in Pioneer's Rest Cemetery, Two Rivers, Wis.
Obit: Wilsmann, Augusta A. Stark (1887 - 1967)
----Source: Manitowoc Herald Times March 21, 1967
Augusta A. Wilsmann (2 Jan 1887
- 14 Mar 1967)
Mrs. August C. Wilsmann, 80,
of 2112 - 33rd St., Two Rivers, died unexpectedly early Tuesday (14 Mar 1967) morning at Family Heritage Nursing Home, Manitowoc, where she had been a patient since Saturday.
Funeral services will be 1:30 p m. Thursday at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church,
Two Rivers, the Rev. T. F.
Stern officiating. Burial will be
in Pioneers' Rest Cemetery, Two Rivers.
Mrs. Wilsmann, nee Augusta Stark, was born Jan. 2, 1887, at Stronic, Mich., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark. When she was a child her family brought her to South Milwaukee where she attended schools and began clerking in a store. She married Nov. 18, 1913, to August C. Wilsmann at Milwaukee after which the couple moved to Two Rivers. Her husband, who died in August of 1962, was superintendent of Kahlenberg Bros. Co. at Two Rivers for many years. She was a member of St. John Study Club and St. John John Ladies Afternoon Club and also served in numerous offices in church clubs.
Mrs. Wilsmann leaves two daughters, Mrs. Norbert (Myrtle) Krey, of Mundelein, Ill., and Mrs. Victor (Grace) Kellner, of Bassier City, La.; a son, Roger of Two Rivers, a brother, Charles Stark, of Largo Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Lyman Oleson, of South Milwaukee and seven grandchildren. A daughter preceded her in death as well as a sister, Mrs. Dorothea Wulff, of Milwaukee who died Monday.
Friends may call at Deja and Martin Funeral Home, Two Rivers, after 3 p.m. Wednesday until 10:30 a.m. Thursday when the casket will be taken to the church where the body will lie in state until the time of service.
Social Security Death Index
Birth: 9 May 1890
Social Security Number: 392-10-0835
Event Date: August 1962
Bio: Wilsmann, August (1890 - 1962)
----Source: Federal and State Census Records
1917-1918 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, Manitowoc County no 2, Wisconsin, 3rd Ward, United States, 5 Jun
August Carl Wilsmann, mechanic for Kahlenberg Co. Bros., Two Rivers, Wisconsin, United States
14, Two Rivers, Wis.
Birth Date: 09 May 1890
Tall, medium build, blue eyes, light brown hair
Birthplace: Two Rivers, Wisconsin, United States
Natural born United States citizen
Dependents: wife and one child
1900 Federal Census, ED 88 Two Rivers city Ward 1-3, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States, Pg. 10, Family 211
August Wilsman, single white,
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1900
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Head Harry Wilsman M 38 (Oct 1862) New York
Wife Elizebeth Wilsman F 40 (Apr 1860) Germany
Son Louis Wilsman M 15 (Apr 1885) Wisconsin
Daughter Gretchen Wilsman F 12 (Jun 1888) Wisconsin
Son August Wilsman M 10 (May 1890) Wisconsin
Son Henry Wilsman M 7 (Aug 1893) Wisconsin
Son Willie Wilsman M 4 (Nov 1896) Wisconsin
Daughter Ester Wilsman F 2 (Oct 1898) Wisconsin
1905 Wisconsin State Census, Two Rivers city, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, pg. 838, Family 98, Line 100
August C Wilsman, white single
Parent 1 Birthplace: Ohio
Parent 2 Birthplace: Germany
Head Harry F Wilsman M 42y Ohio
Wife Elizabeth Wilsman F 45y Germany
Son Louis F Wilsman M 20y Wisconsin
Daughter Margaret Wilsman F 17y Wisconsin
Son August C Wilsman M 15y Wisconsin
Son Henry F Wilsman M 11y Wisconsin
Son William H Wilsman M 8y Wisconsin
Daughter Ester M Wilsman F 6y Wisconsin
Daughter Alma E Wilsman F 4y Wisconsin
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