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Gauvin, Jean François (I1173)
Colleen A. Tenpas, 53, of the town of Alto, went to her heavenly home Thursday evening, February 28, 2013.

Colleen was born September 11, 1959, in Beaver Dam, the daughter of John and Lorraine Stahr Derivan. Colleen grew up in Fox Lake and graduated from Waupun High School in 1977 and from UW-Eau Claire in 1981, where she received her bachelor's degree in nursing. On October 1, 1983, she married the love of her life, Brian Tenpas, in Fox Lake. Following their marriage the couple resided in Alto, all their married lives. Colleen began her career in nursing at St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac, where she spent 32 years at a job she truly loved. Colleen was a prayer warrior and an active member of Alto Reformed Church, where she enjoyed teaching Sunday School, coaching the youth group, and leading Bible studies. She lived out her faith with God and shared it with many. Colleen's greatest joy was her family, especially her children and grandchildren. She loved watching sporting events, biking, traveling, and shopping.

Colleen will be greatly missed by her loving husband, Brian Tenpas of Alto; their two children, Katie (Cody) Mueller, and Daniel Tenpas, both of Alto; their two grandchildren, Everett Mueller and Kennedy Tenpas; her two sisters, Kim (Donn) Luell of Beaver Dam; and Diane (Kris) Monson of Strum, WI; a brother, Jim (Sharon) Derivan of Beaver Dam; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Barrie and Ardyce Tenpas of Brandon; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Kevin (Deb) Tenpas of Howard, WI; Tim (Kara) Tenpas of Waupun; Mike (Rose) Tenpas of Pewaukee; several nieces and nephews; and many friends.

Colleen was preceded in death by her parents.

Funeral services for Colleen Tenpas will be held Monday, March 4, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Alto Reformed Church with Rev. Ted Lindman officiating. Burial will follow at Alto Cemetery. Friends and relatives of Colleen Tenpas may call on the family on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun and on Monday at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of service.

Memorials received will be directed to a nursing scholarship in Colleen's name.

Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home of Waupun and staff are serving the family. 
Derivan, Colleen Anne (I352)
Mrs. William Derivan, 59, of 409 W. Franklin St., Waupun, died at 10 am. Thursday at St. Agnes Hospital.

Mrs. Derivan was born in Waupun Feb. 3, 1909, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Drummy. She was a graduate of St. Agnes School of Nursing. She married Mr. Derivan June 14, 1942, at Waupun, and the couple lived there. The deceased was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and its Altar Society and American Legion Auxiliary of Fox Lake.

Survivors besides the widower include a son, William Patrick, and a daughter, Catherine Ann, both at home; a brother, James Drummy, Waupun; and two sisters, Mrs. H.J. Farrell, Milwaukee, and Miss Mary Drummy, Terre Haute, Ind. Her parents and one daughter preceded her in death.

Funeral services are scheduled Saturday at 9 a.m. at Kohls Co. Funeral Home and at 9:30 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Waupun. Officiating will be the Rev. Joseph Herp. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Waupun. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening.

Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter,
Friday, March 22, 1968, Page 20 
Drummy, Ellen (Nellie) Veronica (I275)
Richard L. Marbes, 99, Marinette, died Nov. 21, 2009, at Rennes Health Care Center West. He was born April 23, 1910, to the late Mathew and Helena (Plouff) Marbes in Marinette.

In Richard's early years he had worked on the boats on the Great Lakes and also worked with a survey crew to chart the Menominee River. He later worked as a twin city bus driver and drove for Haller's. Richard married Cecile E. Marineau May 21, 1932, at St. Joseph's Church in Marinette. She preceded him in death June 16, 2007. He was a member of Holy Family Parish, a men's bowling club and was the charter treasurer of the senior center. He loved going to deer camp and spending time working on his chalet.

Richard is survived by four sons, Kenneth (June) Marbes, Sun City, FL, Thomas (Mary) Marbes, Lakeland, FL, Donald (Donna) Marbes, Menominee and David (Linda) Marbes, Marinette; three daughters, Lois (Roger) Kniskern, Crivitz, Annette (Gene) Francour, Menominee and Kathleen (John) Lord, Richland Center, WI; a sister-in-law, Elizabeth Marbes, Forest View. IL; 32 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a great-grandson Joseph Bayer; three brothers and four sisters.

Friends called at Holy Family Parish-St. Joseph's Church where a Funeral Mass was held Nov. 28 with Rev. Joseph Dorner officiating. Burial was in Forest Home Cemetery.
brothers Elmer M. Marbes 815/1915-12/8/1981 Green Bay, WI; Marshall of Manitowoc, WI and John; sisters: Mrs. Louis Senecal of Wautoma, WI; Mrs. Alvin Walker of Winter Haven, FL and Mrs. Leonard Santos of CA and Eleanor. 
Marbes, Richard Louis Aldric (I396)
5 Venne, Francois Xavier Euclyde (I846)
6 1861 - 1865 : Company H 6th Minnesota Infantry during the Civil War.

Buried in Catholic Cemetery of LaCrosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA 
Hoeschler, Jacob John (I1486)
7 1949 - 2016 - Obituary : Lindal M. Conquest

PORT CLINTON: linda M. Conquest, 66, of Port Clinton, OH, passed away unexpectedly, Monday, March 07, 2016, at her residence. Linda was born October 19, 1949,In Port CIinton, OH,the daughter of Claude L. and Alice (Bostock) Conquest. Linda was a 1969
graduate of Port Clinton High School. She worked for Port Clinton Manufacturing. Linda will be greatly missed by her loving family.
Left to cherish her memory: Sisters: Faye (Bill) Schlatter of Coldwater, MI and Carol Derivan of GIlbert, AZ.; Nieces: Lisa (Kip) Winzeler of Bryan, OH and Hollie (Doug) Bella of Pittsburg, PA; Nephews: Retired PD Officer Rob Derivan, Queen Creek, AZ, Senior Master Sargent
Stephen Derivan, Scott AFB, IL and Officer James Derivan, Mesa, AZ.

Linda was preceded In death by her parents. A Graveside service will be held at 1I:.30AM, Satu rday, April 23,
2016 at Riverview Cemetery, Port Clinton, OH. GernerWolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory has assisted the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com. 
Conquest, Linda Margaret (I700)
8 2000 Obituary Wisconsin, Benedict Meyer, River Falls Journal, Thursday, January 27, 2000, p A-16.
Ben, age 102, died Thursday, January 20, 2000, in Racine, Wisconsin. He was born September 20, 1897, in Canton, Mississippi. He was the son of John and Margaret (Beschta) Meyer. He was preceded in death by his wife Lucy (Purfeerst) who died February 1, 1984; two brothers; and three sisters. Survivors include his son Robert B. (Rebecca) Meyer of Reedsburg; five grandsons: David (Marci), Deerfield; Rodney, Reedsburg; Jerry, Lake Delton; Don (Brenda), Fargo, North Dakota; and Craig (Debbie), Wisconsin Dells; five granddaughters: Wanda and Bill Brethorst, Racine; Judith Meyer, Madison; Linda (Evan) Meyer, Reedsburg; and Susan (Olaf) Gregerson, Wisconsin Dells; ten great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Interment was in St. Bridget's Cemetery, River Falls.

Family links:
John Aloysius Meyer (1872 - 1918)
Margaret Cecelia Beschta Meyer (1871 - 1967) 
Meyer, Benedict Joseph (I1576)
9 Find A Grave. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Source (S14)
10 Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997. Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services. Microfiche. Source (S9)
11 At the time of her birth and Marriage, the town was known as Sandy Hill named after the Sandy Hill Iron and Brass Workes located there.
Buried in St. Mary's Cemetary, So. Glens Falls, Warren, NY

SS Death Record : http://www.genealogybank.com/doc/ssdi/news/112D2AB6C6842437?search_terms=Garvin 
LaPan, Lula L. (I698)
12 Baptized, St Jean the Baptist Catholic Church
Married in St. Pauls Catholic Church
Buried in St. Paul's Cemetary, Hudson Falls, Warren, NY 
Gauvin, Marie Louise (I1136)
13 Became US citizen in 1850 Aubin, Eliza (I834)
14 Born 2 months premature at Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, OH

Died of lung and heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, OH

Buried in Riverview Cemetery at West end of 3rd street in Port Clinton, OH
Find A Grave Memorial# 125187717, Lot 779
Derivan, Baby Boy (I11)
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, McKenzie Grace (I625)
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Aiden Reid (I631)
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Connor James (I622)
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Samantha Hope (I614)
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Brooke Ann (I611)
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Colby James (I612)
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Robert Lee (I10)
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Stephen Reed (I12)
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, James Fredrick (I13)
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Sean Patrick (I292)
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Shannon Thomas (I293)
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Derivan, Charles Matthew (I303)
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Quick, Kelly (I299)
28 Bridget's birth registration was found in St. Cronan's in Lusmagh, Banagher County of Offaly ( formerly Kings) (contact Fr. Michael Geoghegan).
She was listed as - Bridget Derrivan, Daughter of James Derrivan and Bridget Mulcahy, baptized December 06, 1835.

Burial : Saint Josephs Cemetery, Prescott, Pierce County, Wisconsin, USA, Plot: 137
Derivan, Bridget (I38)
29 Burial - 15 Jan 1896, Ste-Victoire-de-Sorel, Richelieu, Québec, Canada Lincourt, Marie-Desanges Désorcy dite (I1703)
30 Burial - 16 Mar 1810, in Longueuil,Chambly,Quebec, Canada Andre, Marie Marguerite Amable Achin dit St (I1691)
31 Burial - 27 May 1807, Ste-Victoire-de-Sorel, Richelieu, Québec, Canada Plouf, Thomas (I1702)
32 Burial - Baptist Cemetery,Cheapside,Haldimand,Ontario,Canada Hall, Able John (I1736)
33 Burial - Baptist Cemetery,Cheapside,Haldimand,Ontario,Canada Stewart, Hannah (I1737)
34 Burial - Duck Creek Cemetery, Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin, USA Plouff, John B. (I1857)
35 Burial - Grosse Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin, USA Plouff, Elizabeth Jane (I1670)
36 Burial : Annunciation Cemetery, Fox Lake, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Good, Daniel (Mulvaney) (I45)
37 Burial : Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA, Plot: Block 21, Row 170N Flanigan, O'Delia F. (I1390)
38 Burial : Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA, Plot: I, 0, 2998 Derivan, Mary Elizabeth (I20)
39 Burial : Holy Cross Cemetery & Mausoleum, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA, Plot: Block 1, Section B, Lot 26, Grave 2

b. 27 September 1862, d. 5 January 1935
Parents:Matthias Zweck, Mary Leichtl
Catharina Zweck was born on 27 September 1862 at Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Matthias Zweck and Mary Leichtl. Catharina Zweck married Michael G. Andorfer, son of Michael Arndorfer and Maria Schötz, on 27 September 1880 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin. She died on 5 January 1935 at Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, at age 72.5 She was buried on 8 January 1935 at Holy Cross Cemetery; Block: 1; Section: B; Lot: 26-n; Grave: 2, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
Children of Catharina Zweck and Michael G. Andorfer
Katherine Andorfer b. 6 Nov 1881, d. 15 May 1964
Mary Andorfer b. 22 Feb 1883, d. 25 Nov 1975
William A. Andorfer b. 1 Aug 1884, d. 9 May 1964
Aloysius J. Andorfer b. 17 Nov 1891, d. 30 Oct 1968
Carl Michael Andorfer b. 27 Dec 1892, d. 26 Jan 1893
George Joseph Andorfer b. 10 Feb 1901, d. 18 Jul 1988
Zweck, Catherina (I1386)
40 Burial : Saint Charles Cemetery, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, USA, Plot: sec 4 row 1 Senecal, Denise Marie (I404)
41 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA

ANNIVERSARY: Beaver Dam Argus, Friday, October 27, 1905, page 5.

Silver Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Haider celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage last Thursday, October 19, 1905, at their pleasant home on James street, Second ward. A bountiful supper was served and the Revera Club Orchestra furnished music. They were the recipients of several beautiful presents. A large number of relatives, friends and neighbors were present and all wished Mr. and Mrs. Haider many more years of wedded life. Among those present from abroad were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Zweck, Mrs. Henry Haider and son, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Kate Roeschen and three children of Racine, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haase and family of Fox Lake.
Anton had a sister, Frances, born 01 Mar 1860, who married Frank Maier in 1884 and lived in Racine from 1891 until her death in 1915; also had brothers George & Henry, and a sister, Mrs. John (Mary) Pfaffle, who were married at St. Peter's 27 Apr 1886. They were, apparently, all children of George Haider, Sr. 1818-1870. 
Haider, Anton Sr. (I1381)
42 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA

OBITUARY: Beaver Dam Argus, Thuesday, January 3, 1929, page 5.

Brief Illness Fatal to Mrs. Anton Haider

Mrs. Anton Haider, 70, died at her home, 114 James street, shortly before noon yesterday, following a week's illness. Death resulted from pneumonia, which followed an attack of pleurisy.

The deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zweck and was born in this city on January 25th, 1859. Her entire life had been spent in this city. On October 19th, 1880, she was united in marriage with Anton Haider of this city, who with the following children survives her: Mrs. Alex Budde of this city, Sister Basilia of Peterstown, Ill., William and Carl Haider of this city. She is also survived by the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. P. W. Schoenberger, Watertown, S.D., Mrs. M. Andorfer, Milwaukee, Mrs. Fred Haase, Fox Lake, Michael and Frank Zweck of this city and John V. Zweck of Los Angeles, Calif.

The funeral services will be held at nine o'clock Friday morning at St. Peter's church with interment in St. Peter's cemetery. Mrs. Haider was a life member of St. Peter's congregation and for many years had been a member of the Christian Mothers society of that body. 
Zweck, Frances (I1380)
43 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Zweck, Anna (I675)
44 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Zweck, Mathias (I676)
45 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Haider, George Sr. (I1382)
46 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Zweck, Frank X. (I1391)
47 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA Gielow, Minnie E. (I1392)
48 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam. Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA

OBITUARY: Beaver Dam Argus, Thursday, May 10, 1934, page 5.

Mrs. Barbara Klein Dies in Milwaukee

Mrs. Barbara Klein, widow of the late Phillip Klein and a resident of this city practically all her life, died in Milwaukee at noon Monday. Mrs. Klein had been making her home in that city for the past year. About a year ago she suffered a fracture of the hip, which hastened her end.

A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Zweck, she was born in this city, September 26th, 1860. On April 18th, 1895, she was united in marriage with Phillip Klein, who preceded her in death November 21st, 1896 [sic].

Surviving her are two sons, Alfred of Milwaukee and John of this city. Eight grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters also survive: Mrs. Theresa Schoenberger of Watertown, S.D.; Michael Zweck of this city; Mrs. Michael Arndorfer of Milwaukee; John V. Zweck of Los Angeles, Calif., and Frank Zweck of this city. She was preceded in death by three sisters and a brother.

The remains were brought to this city and funeral services will be held at St. Peter's church at 9:00 o'clock Friday morning with interment in St. Peter's cemetery. The services were [sic] conducted by Rev. Theo. Rohner. 
Zweck, Barbara (I1384)
49 Burial : Saint Peters Cemetery, Beaver Dam. Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA

Phillip died under mysterious circumstances, and the following article from the Beaver Dam Argus, Friday, November 23, 1906, page 5, seems to intimate that his death was the result of murder.

Sudden Death of Philip Klein.

About 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, the body of Philip Klein, was found at his home on South Center street. His wife and children, went to services at St. Peter's church in the forenoon, and left Mr. Klein at home at work painting the kitchen floor. Upon their return home, they found all the doors of the house securely locked, and not being able to get in Mrs. Klein called upon her brother, John V. Zweck, and they forced an entrance into the house by a side door. They found everything in the house in order, but upon looking into the family bedroom, they found Mr. Klein's body lying upon the bed, with no clothing on it but a handkerchief around his neck. Dr. Herbert F. Prasch was immediately summoned and upon arriving at the house found that life was extinct, and thought that Mr. Klein had been dead for about an hour or two. The body was still warm.

A coroner's jury composed of Joseph F. Mirlach, T. D. Lawrence, C. W. Kelsey, U. O. Shipman, E. E. Hopkins and J. C. Harder was impanelled Monday afternoon, and after viewing the body and surroundings, the hearing was set for Wednesday at 10 a.m. before Justice Miltgen and District Attorney Husting.

After the testimony of the witnesses, including expert testimony of Dr. H. F. Prasch, Dr. G. F. Messer and Dr. R. E. Schoen, the jury brought in the following verdict: "That Philip Klein, deceased, came to his death, by strangulation, by whom done, unknown to the jury."

From the testimony introduced, it was shown that Philip Klein was a good, industrious man, in good health, of a happy disposition, who had a happy married life, and was well liked by all his co-workers and his employers. He was also well liked by all his neighbors, and was free from debt, and is not known to have had any enemies. The last time he was seen alive was when he was working about the storm windows at his home at 10:30 Sunday forenoon.

Philip Klein was born at Hinsweilen, Germany, and was 40 years, 6 months and 14 days of age. He was married to Miss Barbara Zweck in this city on April 18, 1895, who survives him with two sons - John and Alfred. For the past eleven years he has been a trusted employe of the Malleable Iron works; and at the time of his death was in charge of the shipping department. 
Klein, Phillip (I1385)
50 Buried - 14 Jun 1820, Lanoraie, Berthier, Quebec, Canada Plouf, Joseph (I1713)

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