Peter Gerlach


Ida (Jochmann) Gerlach Schoedel

Marriage of Peter Gerlach and Ida Jockmann (also shown as Joshmann and 
Poshmann). Married May 17, 1887 at the Reformed Church, Kiel. Peter 
Gerlach was born in the Town of Rhine, Sheboygan County of Wilhelm 
Gerlach and Wilhelmine Weishsel.
Ida Jockmann was born in the Town of Schleswig of Carol Jockmann and 
Christine Liske.
From Manitowoc county death records:
Peter Gerlach (v.11 p.369)
Dec. 3, 1859-July 31, 1912
Son of Wm. Gerlach and Char. Weigel (both born Germany)
Born Wisconsin –foreman at factory
Died from “perforation perstonstis, 2 day” am not able to read the rest
Buried at Kiel Cemetery
Yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon Mr. Peter Gerlach passed away at his home,
after an operation for appendicitis had been performed the previous
evening. Mr. Gerlach, who worked for Kiel Woodenware, complained of pain
in his lower abdomen about one o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. He went home
and called Dr. Knauf. The pain continued to increase and at 6:00 PM it was
necessary to perform the operation. The infection had spread throughout, 
and there was little hope of his recovery. The death occurred at 1:00 PM
yesterday afternoon. the deceased was 53 years old and had been born in
the Town of Rhine. He married about 25 years ago and since then has lived
in Kiel. He leaves behind, his father, his wife and one son. The burial
will take place on Saturday afternoon with Pastor Rech officiating, at the
Kiel Cemetery.
Marriage of William Schoedel and Ida Gerlock. Married April 30, 1922 
in Manitowoc County. William Schoedel (age 60) was born in Wisconsin 
of Henry Schoedel and Henrietta Deanity. This was his second marriage.
His first marriage was to Agnes Beyer on May 28, 1888. Agnes died on 
Sept. 8, 1919.
Ida Gerloch (age 52) is a daughter of Carl and Christ Jockmann. This 
was her second marriage. Her first was to Peter Gerlock on May 17, 1887. 
Peter died in July of 1912.
Schoedel Funeral
Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Gerlach Schoedel, 94, former Kiel and 
West Bend resident, who died Saturday at Wild Rose, Wis., were Tuesday 
afternoon at Meiselwitz Funeral Home, Kiel. The Rev. Vernon E. Jaberg 
of St. Peter United Church of Christ, Kiel, officiated and burial was 
in Kiel Cemetery.
Mrs. Schoedel, nee Ida Hermina Jochmann, was born May 3, 1869, in 
Manitowoc county, daughter of the late Karl and Christina Lieske Jochmann. 
May 17, 1887, she was married to Peter Gerlach, who died in July, 1912.  
April 30, 1922 she was married to William Schoedel of Kiel, who preceded 
her in death July 14, 1955
Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Keppler of Wild Rose and Mrs. Lena 
Krueger, of Sheboygan, a grandson and two great grandchildren. Two sons, 
Arvin and Melvin Gerlach, also preceded her in death. - 1963
(She is in cem. #82 with Gerlach)


Will Gerlach

From Sheboygan County marriage records:
William Gerlach and Henriette Mahloch (Sheb. 6-434) 
Married Oct. 3, 1889 in Evangelical Church, Town of Rhine 
William Gerlach 
Son of William Gerlach and Scholastica Weitzel 
Laborer in Kiel-born Town of Rhine 
Henriette Mahloch 
Daughter of Phillipp Mahloch and Katharina Durr 
Born Town of Rhine 
Witnesses Henry Baltz and Bertha Baltz 
William Gerlach
Elkhart Lake   William Gerlach, 67, passed away at Plymouth hospital Thursday
evening after an operation.  Mr. Gerlach was born in Town Rhine January 8,
1863, and was united in marriage with Miss Henrietta Mahloch on October 31,
1889.  The couple resided at Kiel for 12 years and then at Millhome for nearly 
two years.  They settled on the Lakeside Park farm near here, moving to the
village three years ago.  He was employed by the Elkhart Moraine Sand and
Gravel company until his retirement two years ago.  He was a  member of the
Modern Woodmen of America.
He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. Al Cayen of Green Bay
and Misses Caroline and Eleanor at home and two sons, Arthur and Armin,
at home.  Three grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Louis Fischer of Fond du Lac
and Mrs. Carl Mahloch of Kiel, also survive.
Funeral services will be held Monday at the home and at St. John's Evangelical
church, the Rev. Carl Nagel officiating.  Interment will be made in the Elkhart 
Lake cemetery.
Sheboygan Press  October 20, 1930


Anna (Ramminger) Gessert

From Sheboygan county death records:
Anna Marie Gessert nee Ramminger (v.59 p.413)
June 24, 1868-July 7, 1951
Wife of Charles Gessert
Daughter of Conrad Ramminger and Mathilda Ball
Born Wisconsin
Died from “cancer of head of pancreas and gall bladder area, 
  about 6 months –had malignancy overian cept in 1934 removed by 
  surgery and radium treatment after –icterus severe, 1 month”
Buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Plymouth, Sheboygan County
Mrs. Anna Marie Gessert, 82, of route 3, Washington avenue, died
early today at St. Nicholas hospital. She had been in ill health
for three weeks.
A daughter of Conrad and Mathilda Ramminger, she was born June 24,
1868, in the town of Schleswig, Manitowoc county, and attended
parochial school in Kiel.
Following her marriage to Charles Gessert at Plymouth in 1896, she
resided at Plymouth and Random Lake before moving to Sheboygan seven
years ago.
Survivors are four sons, Floyd and Ernst of West Bend, Edward of 
Sheboygan and Roland of Pensacola, Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. Oscar
(Elsie) Junge, Random Lake; 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren;
two sisters, Mrs. Peter Gessert of Sheboygan and Mrs. Joseph Malach of 
Kiel; and two brothers, Henry of Random Lake and John of Fond du Lac.
Her husband died May 18, 1914. Her parents, three brothers and a daughter
also preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Ramm Funeral
home and at 9 a.m. at St. Peter Claver church. The Rev. Robert Hoeller,
pastor will be the celebrant of the requiem mass. Burial will be in the
family lot in Woodlawn cemetery, Plymouth.
The body will lie in state at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Sunday. A
vigil will be conducted at the funeral home at 7:30 o'clock Monday
(1951 handwritten on the obituary-no newspaper named)
From Sheboygan county death records:
Charles Gessert (v.15 p.255)
Jan. 16, 1865-May 18, 1914
Husband of Anna Ramminger
Son of Peter Gessert and Elizabeth Fissel (both born Germany)
Born Wisconsin
Died from “locomotor alazia, 2 years –anaemic”
Buried at “Plymouth” [likely Woodlawn Cemetery]


Anna (Edens) Gessert and Mary Edens

From Calumet county marriage records:
Jacob Gessert and Anna Edens (v.3 p.126)
Married May 1, 1892 in Reformed Church, Town of New Holstein
Jacob Gessert
Son of George Gessert and Margaretha Meyer
Born Town of Rhine, Sheboygan County –farmer 
Anna Edens
Daughter of Claus Edens and Anna Heuer
Born Town of New Holstein
Witnesses Jacob Meyer, Annie Stoffel, John Engel and Maggie Gessert
From Sheboygan county death records:
Anna Gessert nee Edens (v.56 p.209)
Wife of Jacob Gessert
March 14, 1871-Jan. 23, 1949
Daughter of Claus Edens and Anna Heuer
Born Wisconsin
Died from “coronary insufficiency –arteriosclerosis, 10 years
  –mitral regurgitation, 5 years”
Buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Plymouth
From Sheboygan county death records:
Jacob G. Gessert (v.59 p.5)
Widower of Anna Edens
March 12, 1866-Jan. 16, 1951
Son of George Gessert and Margarite Meyer
Livestock dealer
Born Wisconsin
Died from “uremia, 1 week –prostatic hypertrophy, 5 years 
   –myocarditis –arteriosclerosis”
Buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Plymouth
1880 New Holstein U.S. Census
Edens Claus Father  40
Edens Anna  Mother  36
Edens Maria         11
Edens Anna           9
Edens Wilhelm        5
Edens Herman         3
Both parents are buried in the New Holstein cemetery.