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101 1901: Lovina M. Fuss was confirmed at St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Zurich, Ontario. Fuss, Lovina Maria (I11641)
 
102 1901: Margarethe Weseloh was confirmed at St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Zurich, Ontario. Weseloh, Margarethe "Maggie" (I19396)
 
103 1901: Maria Thiehl was confirmed at St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Zurich, Ontario. Thiel, Mary (I18279)
 
104 1908 Detroit, MI City Directory
Wurm, Otto clerk boards at 1051 Palmer Ave
note: 1051 E Palmer Ave used to be where I-75/I-94 interchange is located.

1910 Detriot,MI City Directory
Wurm, Otto, apprentice boards at 1051 Palmer Ave

1911 Detriot, MI City Directory
Wurm, Otto, pharmacist Arndt Bros boards at 1051 Palmer Ave

1 Dec, 1912 Indianapolis Star newspaper
? City News in Brief - ? Thirteen men received (pharmacist) licenses are as follows: .. Otto Wurm, Indianapolis, ...?

1913 Indianapolis, IN City Directory
Wurm, Otto F, clerk, rent 1209 Union
(note: Fogas family lives at 1207 Union 1909-10 and at 1210 Union 1912-15)

14 Feb, 1915 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"Miss Elsa Fairies, a bride of next month, was the honor guest at a valentine party and shower given by the members of the Iota Kappa Tau Sorority at the home of Miss Beulah Vane last evening. The decorations were in scarlet sage and red and white cupids. The guest were Miss Nellie Fogas, Miss Lillian Hunter, Helen Monteith, Miss Beulah Vane, Miss Josephine Harbinsoh, Miss Bessie Sayre, Miss Mary Fogas, Roy Baker, Otto Wurm, Fred Dunlap, Clifton Meloy, Byron Bowers, Ferris Young, Louis Saladin and William McCosh."

1917 Indianapolis, IN City Directory
Wurm, Otto F, drugs 3102 Washington av, rents 3121 E Washington ave

5 Dec, 1919 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"Willing to Make Changes " Real estate transfers and building permits recorded yesterday are as follows: Marion County State Bank to Otto F Wurm et ux, pt lot 160 Bradley et al add 40 X 67 ft, improved, near corner Bradley and New York St

27 Mar, 1924 Traverse City Record Eagle newspaper (MI)
"GUESTS AT WHITING - " Otto Wurm, Detroit; ..."
(note: Whiting Hotel is in downtown Travese City, facing the bay.)

1931 Pontiac, MI City Directory
Wurm, Otto F (Anna L) agent Mutual Benefit Insurance home: 139 S Edith

1933 Royal Oak, MI City Directory
Wurm, Otto F (Anna L) employee Dodge Bros Corp (Detroit) home: 344 Pearson Ave

 
Wurm, Otto Frederick (I13020)
 
105 1911 census - age 14, Calgary, Alberta working as a domestic for the family of Henry Sporon. Reidt, Annie (I21056)
 
106 1911 census shows Casper and Elizabeth living with daughter Lizzie Snell and son-in-law John Snell.

 
Weber, Casper (I11241)
 
107 1911 census: age 11, Lot 21, Conc 5, Markham Township, Ontario Summerfeldt, Myrtle Mildred (I11799)
 
108 1911 census: age 23, Part Lot 20, Conc 11, Hay townhip, Huron South, Ontario residing with mother and stepfather. Steinbach, Laura (I18180)
 
109 1911 census: age 5, Preston, Waterloo South, Ontario Sohrt, Herbert John (I03568)
 
110 1911 census: age 61, Guernsey Village, Township 33 in range 23 west of the 2nd M, Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Farmer. Biehn, Abraham (I02857)
 
111 1911 census: age 76, Harvey Street, Hespeler, Waterloo South, Ontario McLelland, Malcolm (I18011)
 
112 1911 census: Family is residing at 91 Brubacher, Berlin (now Kitchener), Waterloo North, Ontario. Family F4925
 
113 1911 census: Working as a domestic for Isaiah and Louise Hallman, Wallace Township, Perth North, Ontario. Heath, Irene Pearl (I12280)
 
114 20 Mar 1883

Wedding was witnessed by Wilhelm Schroder and Mary Zeller, both of Zurich, Ontario. 
Family F3974
 
115 22 Apr, 1913 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"School Notes - MANUAL - The class of January 1914 of Manual organized for the term yesterday afternoon. Sydnor Gilbreath was elected president of the class over four other candidates. The other candidates were Dan Glossbrenner, Janes Dehority, Armin Fischer and Louis Berner. Mary Fogas was elected vice president of the class over Elsie Faries. Georgia Heckman received the office of secretary and Dan Glossbrenner was elected treasurer. A committee on colors was appointed by the president. It is composed of Elsie Faries, chairman; Naomi Coffey and Leon Teagarten. The constitution committee, composed of Gardner Udel and Louis Berner, submitted the constituion, which was accepted by the class."

14 Feb, 1915 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"Miss Elsa Fairies, a bride of next month, was the honor guest at a valentine party and shower given by the members of the Iota Kappa Tau Sorority at the home of Miss Beulah Vane last evening. The decorations were in scarlet sage and red and white cupids. The guest were Miss Nellie Fogas, Miss Lillian Hunter, Helen Monteith, Miss Beulah Vane, Miss Josephine Harbinsoh, Miss Bessie Sayre, Miss Mary Fogas, Roy Baker, Otto Wurm, Fred Dunlap, Clifton Meloy, Byron Bowers, Ferris Young, Louis Saladin and William McCosh."

Oct, 1918 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"LOCAL YOUNG WOMAN HEEDS U.S. CALL FOR NURSES TO SERVE DURING WAR
Miss Mary Fogas - The student nurse reserve is calling many Indianapolis young women to service. Miss Mary Fogas will go to Camp McClellan, Ala., as a student nurse at the camp hospital, army school of nursing, for the term of the war."

 
Fogas, Mary Elizabeth (I18642)
 
116 23 Jan, 1921 Indianapolis Star newspaper
?WURM-Mary E (nee Fogas) beloved wife of Otto Wurm, daughter of Mr and Mrs JT Fogas and sister of Mrs Dr Clyde H Chase of Detroit Mich. And the Misses Dorothy and Marjorie Fogas, passed away Thursday, Jan 20 at 7 p.m., age 35 years. Funeral service at the residence of her parents, 3334 College ave, Monday, Jan 24 at 2 p.m. Burial Crown Hill cemetery. Friends invited.?

23 Jan, 1921 Indianapolis Star newspaper
"FULL MILITARY FUNERAL IN HONOR OF ARMY NURSE

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wurm - The first full military funeral for a woman in Indianapolis was given today to Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wurm, 301 North Bradley Street, by the St. Mihiel-Leer Post of the American Legion. Mrs. Wurm, who died Thursday, was a member of the Post, and served in the United States army as nurse. She enlisted October 12, 1918, serving at Camp McClellan, Ala., until her discharge in March 1919. Funeral services were held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JT Fogas, 3334 College Avenue, at 2 o'clock.

Officers of the post served as pallbearers. The three-volley salute was given at the grave by a firing squad. Members of the Delta Delta Rho Sorority, of which Mrs. Wurm was a member, were honorary pallbearers. Burial was in Crown Hill cemetery."

1921 Mt Vernon IN newspaper (?)
"FULL MILITARY FUNERAL IS GIVEN ARMY NURSE American legion at Indianapolis Honors Mrs. Otto F. Wurm, Well Known Here

Mrs. Otto F. Wurm of Indianapolis, died Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at a sanitarium in that city, her death being due to blood poisoning following childbirth.

Mrs. Wurm was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Dory" Fogas, former residents of this city, and the untied efforts of six of the best specialists in that city and

During the World war, while yet single, Mrs. Wurm volunteered her services, free of charge, as a nurse and was sent to Camp McClellan, Alabama, where she served for over six months, and shortly upon her return home was united in marriage to Otto F. Wurm, a prescription druggist who for years had been employed in the drug store owned by her father. She was an accomplished young lady, of a sweet and jovial disposition, and well known in this city where she frequently visited her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lichtenberger and other relatives.

The deceased was 26 years of age, and besides her husband and three weeks' old babe is survived by her parents, three sisters and a large circle of relatives who have the heartfelt sympathy of their friends here in their sad and sudden bereavement.

The funeral occurred from the home of her parents on College avenue, Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, the service being in charge of Rev. Burbank of Richmond, Ind., an old friend of the family, and to show the esteem in which the deceased was held by her large circle of friends, three sides of the room in which the remains reposed were filled from floor to ceiling with ninety-four floral emblem and wreathes, of which no two were alike. Lying by her side in the casket was a miniature cradle made of flowers with the inscription, "From Baby to Mother," a floral offering sent to the home by her uncle, Frank Lichtenberger. The funeral cortege was no doubt one of the largest that ever accompanied the remains of a young mother to the cemetery, there being over sixty autos in the procession.

Elwood Lichtenberger and John C. Leffel of this city, and Carl Fehl and Charles Lichtenberger of Evansville, attended the funeral.
 
Fogas, Mary Elizabeth (I18642)
 
117 4 Feb 1856 Confirmed at St. Paul's Lutheran Evangelical Church, Berlin, Ontario. View recordWurm, Helena (I11498)
 
118 http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.northam.canada.saskatchewan.general/2001/mb.ashx?pnt=1

Wilma Adderley passed away on January 19, 2001 at the age of 84 years. Wilma Norrene Adderley was born January 20, 1916 to Marion and Evah Fielder, the 6th of 7 children. She spent the majority of her life in the Spalding district. After attending both Sunnyview and Spalding schools, she lived and worked in Montana for several years, where she also helped to care for her elderly grandparents. She returned to Spalding and married Clarrence Adderley in 1940. They continued to live in the Spalding district where they farmed and raised their four children Patsy, [...] until 1978 when Clarence passed away. Wilma loved her family, friends, and her community. She was a devoted member of the Naicam Kingdon Hall Congregation and a strong and loyal worker in her town for many years. She gave countless hours of service to the Hospital Auxiliary, 4-H club and History Book Committees to name but a few, as well as being one of the first to help her neighbours, friends and family in any time of stress or crisis. Her children and grandchildren all benefited and learned from her loving care first hand. Throughout her life she had a deep love of nature and many an evening would find her watching a sunset, an electrical storm or just going for a walk up the north road. She spent her last years in the Pineview Lodge in Nipawin from where she passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 19, 2001. Her family are very grateful for the tender care she received from the staff at the Lodge. She was predeceased by her parents, her husband Clarence, her daughter Patsy, her sisters Charlotte (Glover) King, Faith (Leader) Strome; her brothers: Robert, Marion Earl and Garnet and her grandson Robin Fuller. She is survived by her sister Ione Corney of Montana, her children [...]; 10 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. The Funeral Service was held on Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 2:00 p.m. in the Spalding Community Hall with Speaker Blaine Pack officiating. Interment was in the Naicam Cemetery. Pallbearers were [...]. Honorary pallbearers were all who knew and loved Wilma. Attending the Memorial guest book was [...]. Memorial tributes may be made to the Pineview Lodge. All arrangements have been entrusted to Heritage Funeral Home Ltd., Basil and Rosemarie Forsberg, Terry Zip, Mervin Yacyshyn and Kent Dutcyvich.

-Naicam News 26 Jan 2001

 
Fielder, Wilma (I00471)
 
119 Home of Rudolph Detweiler, Bloomingdale, Ontario. Family F3149
 
120 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~clemens/Newspapers/1880/1880_may.htm

Berliner Journal

May 13 1880:

Verheiratbet / Marriages:

Durch Pastor Wurster "Um 4. Mai, Heinrich E. Weber mit Anna Zeller, beide von Waterloo T'p."

May 4 1880, Anna Zeller and Heinrich E. Weber, both of Waterloo Township, were married in Preston, by Rev Wurster.

 
Family F1786
 

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