BioM: Witte, Ann (20 Mar 1974)

Contact: Shari (Volovsek) Hahn



 Surnames: Brennan, Delmonico, Kopecky, Kozik, Kralik, Lawson, Pierce, Roohr, Witte


 ----Source: Marriage Certificate


Ann (Kozik) Kopecky

Marriage of Anny Kopecky to Wilbur Witte, March 20, 1974

Judge: Michael Brennan, Officiating

Witnesses: Charles Delmonico and Mildred Lawson

Ann's DOB is September 8, 1917, born to John and Elizabeth (Kralik) Kozic, in Illinois. She is was widowed in June 1967, and a tavern owner-operator in the township of Unity.

Wilbur's DOB is October 21, 1933, born to Richard H. and Bernice (Roohr) Witte, in Wisconsin. He was divorced in October 1972, and working as a construction laborer, residing in the township of Unity.


Note: Frank Kopecky was born Jun 8, 1910, at Lockport, Illinois and married May 12, 1934, to Ann Kosic in Chicago. After their marriage the couple lived in Chicago for 10 years, then moved to Clark County where they farmed for six years.  They operated a general store at Camp Douglas for five years, then made their home at Lyndon Station until 1959 when they came to Riplinger where they operated Frank and Ann’s Bar.


Bio: Witte, Wilbert W. (1933 - 2010)

1940 United States Census, Colby Town, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, Sheet Letter: A

Wilbert Witte, 7 yr. old (1933) single, white male
Last Place of Residence: Same House
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Richard Witte Head Male 53 Wisconsin
Bernice Witte Wife Female 34 Wisconsin
Beulah Witte Daughter Female 14 Wisconsin
Richard Witte Son Male 12 Wisconsin
Hubert Witte Son Male 9 Wisconsin
Wilbert Witte Son Male 7 (1933) Wisconsin
Melvin Bores Hired hand Male 23 Wisconsin

*Wilbur W. Witte was born 21 Oct 1933 and died 9 Nov 2010 and was buried in Colby, Clark, Wisconsin, United States of America in the Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery.



Obit: Witte, Grace Ella (1924 - May 1926)

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Surnames: Witte, Roohr


----Source: Family Records



Obit: Witte, Grace Ella (Nov. 1924 - May 1926)


Grace Ella Witte

Birth    Nov. 1923

Death  May 1926 (aged 1–2)

Burial: Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery

Colby, Clark County, Wisconsin, USA

Plot      25-2-3

Family Members

Father: Richard Herman Witte 2 Feb 1886 - 22 Feb 1962,

Mother: Bernice Grace Roohr Witte 1906 - 1972


Sibling: Wilbur W. Witte (1933 - 2010)



Bio: Betty Ann Kopecky (24 Aug 1937)

Surnames: Kopecky, Kozic


----Source: Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates, 1871-1940

Betty Ann Kopecky
Birth Record: 24 Aug 1937
Place: Oak Park, Cook, Illinois, United States
Registration Date: 17 Sep 1937
Registration Place: Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Race: White
Father's Name: Frank Kopecky
Father's Birthplace: Lockport, Illinois
Father's Age: 27
Father's Estimated Birth Year: 1910
Mother's Name: Ann Kozic
Mother's Birthplace: Cicero, Illinois
Mother's Age: 19
Mother's Estimated Birth Year: 1918
Certificate Number: 1246



Mystery Photos


*The two photos below were stored with the other documents presented here.  If you can identify this baby or the young man beneath him, please contact us.  They could possibly be the same person.





Obit: Witte, Ann (1917 - 1982)

Contact: Shari (Volovsek) Hahn



Surnames: Witte, Kopecky, Kozik, Kralik


 ----Source: Family Records


Anne Witte

BIRTH    8 Sep 1917

DEATH  25 Feb 1982 (aged 64)

BURIAL Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery

Colby, Clark County, Wisconsin, USA

PLOT      17-4-2

Ann Witte was born on September 8, 1917 to John and Elizabeth (Kralik) Kozik, Sr., at Oak Park Hospital, Oak Park, IL. She resided with her parents in Cicero, IL.

She married Frank Kopecky on May 12, 1934 in Chicago. He died in 1967.

Ann married Wilbur Witte on March 20, 1974. They resided in Drummond, WI at the time of her passing.43




Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kopecky and children of Chicago, and Mrs. John Kozic visited at the Orin Eastman home Sunday afternoon..  Pine Valley Center (20 Aug. 1942)



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