Schwarze, Adolph Henrich (1884 - 1954)






----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection; Marshfield News Herald 04/ /1954


Adolph Henrich Schwarze (1884 1954)

GREENWOOD, CLARK COUNTY--Adolph Herman Schwarze, 69, a resident of Granton for the past four months, died at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, 1954, at his home in the village.

The body will repose at the Gilbertson Funeral Home until Friday noon, when it will be taken to Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church at Greenwood, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. The Rev. Charles Koch will officiate and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Mr. Schwarze was born May 30, 1884, in Greenwood, where he received his education and lived until four months ago. He was married twice, first to Anna Koehler. The second marriage, to Emma Belter, took place on July 31, 1935, at Greenwood.
He was past president and a director of the Farmers and Merchants Bank at Greenwood, and was engaged in the implement business there for 35 years. He was a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge and of the Zion Church.

Surviving him besides his wife are a son, Durward Schwarze, Granton a stepdaughters, Mrs. George (Elaine) Nauertz, Altoona a sister, Mrs. Sydney (Augusta ) Green, Pueblo, Colo. two brothers, George and Otto Schwarze, Greenwood and three grandchildren.

His first wife, two brothers, Herman and Albert, and two sisters, Lena and Mathilda, preceded him in death.


***Notes on Emma Kernin Belter


1930 Federal Census: residing in Beloit with her brother Wm Kernin. Included in the household is her
daughter Elaine, age 5.


1920 Federal Census; Grand Rapids Twp., Wood Co. Wisconsin, Sheet 9B:

BELTER, Ernest: 28yrs old, born Wisconsin ---< 1891>=est. birth year
BELTER, EMMA: (wife), 27yrs old, born Wisconsin
Kernen, Fredrika: (mother-in-law) widowed, 68yrs, born Germany

1910: she is living in the home of her parents, William and Fredericka Kernin, Grand Rapids Twp, Wood Co., Wisconsin.



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