Sources: The Milwaukee Journal, The Milwaukee Sentinel, other various newspapers Publish dates: Various See also Waukesha Obituaries Milwaukee County Obits (offsite link) Milwaukee Sentinel, Journal Death Notice Index (offsite link) Milwaukee Obit Archives June 2001 (offsite link) Milwaukee Obit Archives before June 2001 (offsite link) Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Obituaries (Fee Charged for archived obits) Sun. July 22nd, age 75 years, beloved husband of Margaret (nee Lohse). A dating site that not only understands what it is to be over 50, but also celebrates this exciting chapter of our lives.At Our Time.com, we honor the freedom, wisdom and appreciation for life that only comes with time. Newspaper SCHMIDT: Joseph, [29 Oct (1873)-6 July 1942] 1941, S. beloved husband of Emilie (nee Holk), father of Ervin Schmidt and Lillian Shervis, father-in-law of Dorothy Schmidt and John Shervis; also survived by 3 grandchildren, 1 brother, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and other relatives; passed away Monday, July 6, 1942, at the age of 68 years. The immediate cause of his death was consumption brought on by a throat disease. He had been under a doctors care the last two years. Schmitt decorated and fashioned stained glass windows for some of the leading churches in America, including Sacred Heart Church, Tampa, Fla., Trinity Episcopal Church, Columbus, Ga., and St. He was a leader in reviving ancient fresco techniques for Church murals and medieval style and stained glass. Schmitt believed that every church should be decorated as a unit, with one artist making both the decorations and the stained glass windows so that an essential harmony of style would be maintained. from 1950 to 1952, and he was a charter member of the Kiwanis Inter-national , the Milwaukee Society of Decorators and St. She was a member of Brookfield United Methodist Church. Services were Aug 15 and burial was in Good Hope Cemetery. Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Muskego av., Tuesday, 3 p.m., till Thursday, 10 a.m.; in church at 11 a.m. Appeared in Cedarburg News Feb 7, 1883 Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page OBITUARY We have already noticed in the last No. SMITH (should be SCHMIDT), Esq., of Grafton, which occurred at half past seven o'clock on 29th of last month surrounded by his family. 43rd St., died of a heart ailment Sunday t his home, 8212 Rocky Way, Wauwatosa. He received the craftsmanship award of the Baltimore (Md.) Building Congress for stained glass windows he installed in the Old Baltimore Cathedral. He was president of the American Stained Glass Assoc. We also recognize that what people want in their 50s, 60s and beyond is often very different from what they wanted in their 30s and 40s, let alone their 20s.This online dating community focuses on the specific interests and desires of people like you.
Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. If desired memorials to First Church of Christ Scientist Whitefish Bay, would be appreciated. Albert Schultz Dies at Milwaukee Kiel friends were shocked to hear of the death of Mrs. Schultz of Milwaukee, which occurred on Friday morning at 5 o'clock. Schultz was employed at the office of the Kiel Furniture Co., for a number of years, and later went into the insurance business. The deceased, a compositor who learned his trade in the Nord Westen Office but has worked in Milwaukee for some time, has been ill for the last couple of years and had to give up his work. Pauline Bartlein of Milwaukee; further survived by 3 daughters-in-law, 6 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. from the funeral home of Frank Zwaska & Son, corner of N. 20 days of age and is survived by his parents here in Manitowoc, by many sisters, and by his widow and 2 children. Mary Peterson of Minneapolis, Minn., son-in-law of Mrs. John Wilsmann traveled to Milwaukee last week to attend a funeral of her uncle there, Christian Schmidt. He was buried on the 1st, of this month at Grafton, after the funeral oration in the Saint Joseph church upon the Catholic Cemetery followed to the grave by his family and a large number of friends. 1908 (From the correspondent in Two Rivers, 13 Apr.) Mrs. He held the office of Justice of the peace continually for over 25 years and until his death. Schmitt, Sr., 62, nationally known authority on ecclesiastical decorations, will be held at 9 a.m. April 1924 Source: Milwaukee Herold-Morgenblatt, Translated and submitted by Gary/see contribributors page Anna Schultz, born Lederer, died on Tuesday, the 11th of February, at hour in the morning, age 30 years, suddenly. Surviving relatives in Kiel are a brother, William Schulz and four sisters: Mrs. Peter Schumacher [nee Clara E Koenen] died yesterday, age 83 years, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. He operated the tavern at Rockville for a time, and also lived for a short time in Kiel. He was married in 1893 to the former Miss Meta Vietmeyer, who survives him together with two sons and a daughter in Milwaukee and a son in California. Source: Milwaukee Herold-Morgenblatt, Translated and submitted by Gary/see contribributors page Mrs. Lorenz Goelz, sister; other relatives and neighbors. 1894 Death in Milwaukee during the last few days of Mr. When he reached Milwaukee he had to undergo the operation which led to his death. Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) - June 19, 2001 Sauter, Josef E. Survived by daughter-in-law Aurelia, grandson Thomas (Barbara), great-grandson Joseph, granddaughter Monica (Peter) and grandson Jacob, many relatives and friends. Her face and breast were horribly burned so that she expired in about forty-eight hours in the most distressing pain and was thus delivered from her sufferings. 1909 Anton Shauer of Tisch Mills has died in Milwaukee following an operation. He was on leave to come home and fell ill during the journey. Preceded by his wife Amalie, sons Thaddaeus and Martin. Will lie in state at Schattsschneider Funeral Home, 1655 S. Schmitt, president of the Conrad Schmitt Studios, 1325 S. Source: newspaper unknown probably Milwaukee paper Schreiber, Mildred K.