Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte

Adoptive father*Joseph Francis Schulte b. 7 Nov 1894, d. 3 Apr 1974
Adoptive mother*Sadie Mary Trombly b. 9 Feb 1895, d. 13 Mar 1985
FatherRoyal John Gibson b. 16 Jul 1905, d. 22 Jan 1986
MotherHelen Margaret Lewis b. 3 Feb 1909, d. 28 Mar 1997
Birth*28 August 1929New Borgess Hospital, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;She weighed 7 lbs and was 19 1/2 inches long. 
Baptism20 October 1929St. Augustine Catholic Church, Kalamazoo, MI;Joseph Schulte had previously requested this record, which Sr. Agnes sent on 29 Sept. 1934. 
(Witness) Marriage14 July 1945Mary Lou Ruhlman, Henry Earnest Knoche;North Branch, Lapeer, MI;Bridesmaids were Mary Lou's sisters, Celia and Margaret, Henry's cousins, Rosemarie Schulte and Pat Geiger. Groomsmen were Henry's brother Art Knoche, Mary Lou's brother, Leo and Stanley Andrzejewski (who married Margaret). Flower Girl was Darlene Bruman. 
Employmentbetween 1946 and 1947Sander's, Detroit, MI;Rosemarie worked there part-time after school. 
Employmentbetween 1947 and 1949Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Roseville, MI;Rosemarie worked at Michigan Bell after her family moved to Roseville in 1947 until she got married. 
Marriage*7 September 1949Walter Samuel Jeske;Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Roseville, Macomb, MI 
Witness: Joseph Francis Schulte
Witness: Sadie Mary Trombly
Witness: Marion K. Schulte
Witness: Jacquelyn Marie Trombly
Witness: Theodore A. Banach Jr
Witness: Arlene Marie Lyons
Witness: Mike C. Berkholz
Employment*between 1965 and 1990Tupperware Sales;Rosemarie began her Tupperware career as a Consultant and soon became a Manager. For some of her numerous awards, she traveled to Orlando, FL. to Tupperware headquarters. She was there in 1970 when the new International Headquarters was dedicated. Among her numerous awards she received Record Breaking Unit in 1969, Star Spangled Unit in 1971, Spirit of Sharing Manager in 1973 and The Circle of Friends. 
Death*20 June 1995her home, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Mariana, Jill and Darleen were at Rosemarie's side at the time of her death. Her other children and as many grandchildren as possible were nearby. 
Witness: Mariana Rose Jeske
Witness: Dr. Jill Bethany Kopacz
Witness: Darleen Marie Jeske
CauseDeath20 June 1995had Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Stage IV and diabetes 
Burial*23 June 1995Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;near the Fourth Station of the Cross, Jesus meets his Sorrowful Mother in lot 919, section 21, grave # 5 

Family

Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Children 1.Mariana Rose Jeske+
 2.Darleen Marie Jeske+
 3.Alan Joseph Jeske+ b. 5 Jun 1955, d. 23 Nov 2005
 4.Kathleen Mary Jeske+ b. 30 Aug 1956, d. 28 Jul 2007
 5.Steven Walter Jeske b. 4 Jan 1958, d. 6 Jan 1958
 6.Robert James Jeske b. 6 Jul 1959, d. 19 Sep 2000

Helen Margaret Lewis

Father*Charles Benjamin Lewis b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 21 Jun 1945
Mother*Frances Mabel Frielink b. 20 Mar 1872, d. 4 Feb 1947
Birth*3 February 1909Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Employment*1929Kalamazoo, MI;Grace Corset Co. 
Marriage*5 June 1943Arthur Aaron Wiers;Muskegon, Muskegon, MI;Jack Christensen & Adelaide (Wiers) Christensen were witnesses. Rev. William Chapman performed the ceremony. 
Witness: Clara Adeline Wiers
Witness: Jacob T. "Jack" Christensen
Employmentbetween 1945 and 1946Kalamazoo, MI;worked at the Allied Paper Mill, where she caught the eye of John 
Marriage*30 August 1946John Andrew Gouderjan;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Helen's brother, Robert Steven Lewis, and John's sister, Anne, were witnesses. 
Witness: Robert Steven Lewis
Witness: Anne M. Gouderjan
Occupationwas a nurse at the Upjohn Nursing Home in Kalamazoo for many years 
CauseDeath28 March 1997had heart disease and had broken her hip 
Death*28 March 1997The Seabrook, Hilton Head Island, SC;Helen died at 5:50 p.m. on Good Friday. 
Burial*21 June 1997Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Helen's remains are buried next to John's in Mt.Ever-Rest Cemetery in Kalamazoo. Their combined headstone is engraved with bronze roses. 

Family 1

Arthur Aaron Wiers b. Nov 1909, d. 4 May 1945

Family 2

John Andrew Gouderjan b. 9 Sep 1914, d. 24 Oct 1994

Frances Mabel Frielink

Father*Garrett William Frielink b. 1 Mar 1827, d. 30 Jul 1905
Mother*Helen Niezen b. 2 May 1838, d. 5 Jul 1910
Birth*20 March 1872Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Marriage11 February 1891Gertrude Helen Streator, John J. Frielink;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Witnessed by Fannie Frielink and Sidney B. Streeter. Parents of groom Garrett Frielink and Helen Nason. Parents of bride Isaac Streeter.
May be application date. 
Marriage*16 May 1894Charles Benjamin Lewis;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Witnesses were Nellie Terry and M.C. Warner of Kalamazoo. Parents of Charles - James Lewis and Margaret Dutch. Parents of Fannie Frelink - Gerrett Frelink and Helen Smith. 
(Witness) Marriage2 July 1901John VanderVelde, Cora Vanderberg;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Miss Cora Vanderberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vanderberg, and John VanderVelde . . . The flower girls, Abbie Vanderberg, sister of the bride, and Dena Sikkenga. Attending the bride was Miss Katherine Ramaker of Chicago. The groom was attended by his brother, Henry Vandervelde, as best man. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Findlay, OH, John Vanderberg, Otsego (MI), Mr. and Mrs. David Moore, Chicago, Henry Coons, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. John Nason, Staples Minn, Miss Grace Nason, Pueblo, Colo. 
Death*4 February 1947Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
CauseDeathhad cerebral edema 
Burial*7 February 1947Kendall Cemetery, Van Buren County, MI 

Family

Charles Benjamin Lewis b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 21 Jun 1945
Children 1.Harold Charles Lewis+ b. 12 Apr 1895, d. 23 Oct 1958
 2.Arthur Gordon Lewis+ b. 28 Jun 1897, d. 12 May 1957
 3.Francis Llewellyn Lewis+ b. 20 Dec 1904, d. 1 Jan 2004
 4.Helen Margaret Lewis+ b. 3 Feb 1909, d. 28 Mar 1997
 5.Robert Steven Lewis+ b. 26 Jan 1911, d. 2 Nov 1983

Mariana Rose Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
(Witness) Death20 June 1995Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;her home, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Mariana, Jill and Darleen were at Rosemarie's side at the time of her death. Her other children and as many grandchildren as possible were nearby. 

Robert Joseph Kopacz Jr

Father*Robert Joseph Kopacz Sr. b. 21 Mar 1919, d. 29 Jun 2004
Mother*Grace Patricia Brush

Dr. Jill Bethany Kopacz

Father*Robert Joseph Kopacz Jr
Mother*Mariana Rose Jeske
(Witness) Death20 June 1995Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;her home, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Mariana, Jill and Darleen were at Rosemarie's side at the time of her death. Her other children and as many grandchildren as possible were nearby. 

Joseph Francis Schulte

Father*Anthony Schulte b. 9 Jul 1857, d. 16 May 1907
Mother*Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche b. 10 Aug 1869, d. 5 May 1935
Birth*7 November 1894Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Milit-Beg*26 April 1918U.S. Army, 330 Field Artillery, Detroit, MI;Joseph served as a Wagoner. 
Milit-End*26 April 1919Washington, D.C.;Upon discharge, his character was cited as excellent. 
(Witness) Marriage8 June 1920Sylvia Margaret Claeys, Frank A. Schulte;Assumption Grotto, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Joseph S. Marx officiated with witnesses Joseph Schulte and Josephine Votruba, both of Detroit. They had a 50th wedding anniversary party in 1970. 
Marriage*7 September 1921Sadie Mary Trombly;Assumption Grotto Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Joseph S. Marx performed the ceremony. Lidwina Schulte and Eugene Trombly were witnesses; Marcella Trombly was the flower girl. 
Witness: Lidwina Ann Schulte
Witness: Eugene Joseph Trombly
Witness: Marcella A. Trombly
(Witness) Marriage4 January 1922Estella C. Dafoe, Eugene Joseph Trombly;St. David Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father William Murphy officiated; witnesses were Joe and Sadie Schulte 
(Witness) OccupationErnest A. Berkholz Sr.;owned a greenhouse by Gratiot and Glenfield. The Joe Schulte family, on Glenfield, could see the greenhouse (not a pretty sight) from their front window. 
(Witness) Marriage2 September 1931Florence Angeline Trombly, Edwin August "Jesse" Schulte;Assumption Grotto Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Fr. Joseph S. Marx officiated with witnesses Joseph Schulte and Genevieve Trombly, both of Detrolit 
Occupationthe owner of a gas station at 11336 Gratiot in Detroit during the 1920's and 30's 
(Witness) Death5 May 1935Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche;St. Joseph Hospital, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Her son, Joseph, was the informant for her death certificate. At the time of her death she lived at 13870 Gratiot. St. Joseph Mercy Hospital was written in as place of death on the certificate. 
Employment*23 June 1942Port Authority of Detroit, Detroit, MI;Joe was issued his ID card as a Captain of Port, serial # 09341303CL. His daughter, Rosemarie, had a newspaper clipping of him when he was an investigator. 
(Witness) Marriage7 September 1949Walter Samuel Jeske, Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Roseville, Macomb, MI 
Occupation*between 1921 and 1973Joseph's news article/obituary states he was a retired carpenter. He built boats for his family and for others. He also built houses, one of many was for his family in Roseville, for his daughter in Roseville and for others, including one for Skaye in Grosse Pointe, MI. Jackie Trombly remembered riding bikes with friends from 13 Mile over to Jefferson where the home was being built in the late 1940's; a brick wall was erected in front and the home was situated across from a peninsular area on Jefferson. As of 1999 the home was still there. Joe was also owner of the Schulte Boat Yard in his garage, the stationery noted "Expert Marine Engine Repairing." 
Death*3 April 1974Mt. Clemens General Hospital, Mt. Clemens, Macomb, MI;on a Wednesday. 
CauseDeathcerebral thrombosis and medullary failure 
Burial*6 April 1974Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Joseph's headstone has a government marker and his widow was given a U.S. flag in honor of his military service. He is in section 15 with his wife, Sadie, and his brothers, Elmer and Edwin. 

Family

Sadie Mary Trombly b. 9 Feb 1895, d. 13 Mar 1985
Child 1.Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte+ b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995

Sadie Mary Trombly

Father*Alfred Columbus Trombly b. 13 Mar 1872, d. 15 Aug 1961
Mother*Rose Susanne Rivard b. 27 Apr 1873, d. 8 Jul 1943
Birth*9 February 1895Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Christening17 February 1895Assumption Grotto, Detroit, MI;she was christened Mary Sarah, but all her life was known as Sadie 
(Witness) Marriage23 April 1912Rose Marie Rivard, Francis E. Rivard;St. Clair Heights, MI;Father W.J. O'Rourke officiated with witnesses Edward Dulzo and Sadie Trombly, both of Detroit 
Marriage*7 September 1921Joseph Francis Schulte;Assumption Grotto Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Joseph S. Marx performed the ceremony. Lidwina Schulte and Eugene Trombly were witnesses; Marcella Trombly was the flower girl. 
Witness: Lidwina Ann Schulte
Witness: Eugene Joseph Trombly
Witness: Marcella A. Trombly
(Witness) Marriage4 January 1922Estella C. Dafoe, Eugene Joseph Trombly;St. David Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father William Murphy officiated; witnesses were Joe and Sadie Schulte 
(Witness) Marriage7 September 1949Walter Samuel Jeske, Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Roseville, Macomb, MI 
CauseDeathhad breast cancer 
Death*13 March 1985at home, Roseville, Macomb, MI;on a Wednesday. March 13 was the birth date of her father. 
Burial*16 March 1985Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI 

Family

Joseph Francis Schulte b. 7 Nov 1894, d. 3 Apr 1974
Child 1.Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte+ b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995

Walter Samuel Jeske

Father*Samuel Jeske b. 4 Jul 1890, d. 27 Apr 1964
Mother*Theresa Maria Oelenkamp b. 29 Jul 1898, d. 5 Apr 1960
Birth*1 June 1927Detroit, Wayne, MI;He weighed 13 lbs. 
Milit-Beg*May 1945U.S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, IL;He served in the SeaBees and was stationed in Rhode Island, California, Guam and Manus. His service # was 315 06 51. 
Marriage*7 September 1949Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Roseville, Macomb, MI 
Witness: Joseph Francis Schulte
Witness: Sadie Mary Trombly
Witness: Marion K. Schulte
Witness: Jacquelyn Marie Trombly
Witness: Theodore A. Banach Jr
Witness: Arlene Marie Lyons
Witness: Mike C. Berkholz
CauseDeathhad congestive heart failure 
Death*17 April 1998at home, Clinton Township, Macomb, MI 
Burial*20 April 1998Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Walter's children were given a U.S. flag in honor of his military service. He is beside his wife, Rosemarie in section 21, lot 919, grave # 4 

Family

Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
Children 1.Mariana Rose Jeske+
 2.Darleen Marie Jeske+
 3.Alan Joseph Jeske+ b. 5 Jun 1955, d. 23 Nov 2005
 4.Kathleen Mary Jeske+ b. 30 Aug 1956, d. 28 Jul 2007
 5.Steven Walter Jeske b. 4 Jan 1958, d. 6 Jan 1958
 6.Robert James Jeske b. 6 Jul 1959, d. 19 Sep 2000

Margaret Helen Dutcher

Father*(?) Dutcher
Birth*17 March 1837Oswego County, NY 
Marriage*circa 1858James Lewis;NY;In the 1855 New York State Census, James was married to Betsy. In the 1860 U.S. Census for Oswego, NY, he was married to Margaret. 
CauseDeath3 August 1928Margaret had arteriosclerosis and neuralgia 
Death*3 August 1928Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*5 August 1928Kendall Cemetery, Pine Grove Twp, Van Buren, MI 

Family

James Lewis b. 10 Jun 1822, d. 8 Apr 1892
Children 1.Emma Lewis+ b. 2 Feb 1860, d. 24 Feb 1927
 2.Charles Benjamin Lewis+ b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 21 Jun 1945
 3.John Lewis b. 27 Nov 1864, d. 9 Nov 1923
 4.Frederick L. Lewis+ b. 14 Jul 1871, d. 1 Jun 1928

John Andrew Gouderjan

Father*George W. Gouderjan b. 23 Jul 1887, d. 21 Dec 1942
Mother*Wilhelmina Haan b. 9 Oct 1893, d. 12 May 1946
Birth*9 September 1914Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Occupation*between 1940 and 1980worked at the Allied Paper Company, retiring in 1980. 
Milit-Beg*John served in the U.S. Army during World War II in Trinidad and France and participated in the Battle of the Bulge. He received the Good Conduct Medal and Victory Ribbons. 
Marriage*30 August 1946Helen Margaret Lewis;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Helen's brother, Robert Steven Lewis, and John's sister, Anne, were witnesses. 
Witness: Robert Steven Lewis
Witness: Anne M. Gouderjan
CauseDeathfell from a ladder outside his home 
Death*24 October 1994Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;John was cleaning the gutters with a blower and fell off the ladder, hit his head and died after being rushed to the hospital 
Burial*28 October 1994Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Helen Margaret Lewis b. 3 Feb 1909, d. 28 Mar 1997

James Lewis

Birth*10 June 1822Gloucestershire, England;His age was given as 32 for the 1855 NY state census. 
Marriage*circa 1846Betsy Stoughtenger;Cold Springs, Onondaga, NY;James and Betsy married about 1846 most likely in Cold Springs, Onondaga County, NY. Betsy was born in this county. 
Marriage*circa 1858Margaret Helen Dutcher;NY;In the 1855 New York State Census, James was married to Betsy. In the 1860 U.S. Census for Oswego, NY, he was married to Margaret. 
Occupation1860blacksmith, Oswego, NY 
Occupation*1870blacksmith, Pine Grove Twp, Van Buren, MI 
CauseDeath8 April 1892James died of heart disease. His obituary states his illness was of several months' duration. 
Death*8 April 1892Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;His obituary states he left a widow and seven children all grown to manhood and womanhood. 
Burial*10 April 1892Kendall Cemetery, Pine Grove Township, Van Buren, MI;James and Margaret are in lot 87. Charles and Frances; and Fred and Lillie are in lot 88. George and Melissa are in lot 127. 

Family 1

Betsy Stoughtenger b. c 1827, d. c 1857
Children 1.Henry J. Lewis+ b. 1848, d. 31 Oct 1881
 2.Anna Eliza Lewis b. c 1849, d. b 1892
 3.George A. Lewis+ b. 14 Jan 1851, d. 19 Jan 1912
 4.Rosetta Lewis b. Jan 1854, d. 26 Jan 1931
 5.Mary Jane Lewis+ b. 17 Apr 1856, d. 22 Mar 1927

Family 2

Margaret Helen Dutcher b. 17 Mar 1837, d. 3 Aug 1928
Children 1.Emma Lewis+ b. 2 Feb 1860, d. 24 Feb 1927
 2.Charles Benjamin Lewis+ b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 21 Jun 1945
 3.John Lewis b. 27 Nov 1864, d. 9 Nov 1923
 4.Frederick L. Lewis+ b. 14 Jul 1871, d. 1 Jun 1928

Charles Benjamin Lewis

Father*James Lewis b. 10 Jun 1822, d. 8 Apr 1892
Mother*Margaret Helen Dutcher b. 17 Mar 1837, d. 3 Aug 1928
Birth*6 October 1862Oswego, Oswego, NY 
(Witness) Marriage22 February 1885David Slack, Mary Jane Lewis;Pine Grove Twp., Van Buren, MI;witnesses were Charles Lewis and George Lewis, both of Gobleville; George W. Daines, minister officiated; recorded 18 May 1885 in Van Buren County. 
Occupationbetween 1889 and 1903blacksmith, Kalamazoo, MI 
Baptism3 April 1889Bethel Baptish Church, Kalamazoo, MI 
(Witness) Marriage24 December 1889Frances Davis, John Lewis;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;J. Nat Walter, J. of P. officiated; witnesses were Charles Lewis and Dean Hill, both of Kalamazoo. Frances was first married to Mr. Richerstine 
Marriage*16 May 1894Frances Mabel Frielink;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Witnesses were Nellie Terry and M.C. Warner of Kalamazoo. Parents of Charles - James Lewis and Margaret Dutch. Parents of Fannie Frelink - Gerrett Frelink and Helen Smith. 
(Witness) Marriage11 March 1896Jennie Gauw, John William Rychel;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Rev. George K. McDonald officiated with witnesses Mr. Chas. Lewis and Mr. Will Frielink, both of Kalamazoo 
(Witness) Marriage2 July 1901John VanderVelde, Cora Vanderberg;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Miss Cora Vanderberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vanderberg, and John VanderVelde . . . The flower girls, Abbie Vanderberg, sister of the bride, and Dena Sikkenga. Attending the bride was Miss Katherine Ramaker of Chicago. The groom was attended by his brother, Henry Vandervelde, as best man. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Findlay, OH, John Vanderberg, Otsego (MI), Mr. and Mrs. David Moore, Chicago, Henry Coons, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. John Nason, Staples Minn, Miss Grace Nason, Pueblo, Colo. 
OccupationWhile he was employed as the first conductor on the interurban out of Kalamazoo, he moved his family to Augusta, half way between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek. When the 1910 census was taken he farmed in Oshtemo Twp. In later years he worked at the Hanselman Candy Company in Kalamazoo. At the family house on Davis, he rented out rooms to college students in the later 1920's. 
Occupation*Grace Corset Co, Kalamazoo, MI;as a maintenance engineer. He retired in 1942. 
Death*21 June 1945Borgess Hospital, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;suddenly after a brief illness 
Burial*25 June 1945Kendall Cemetery, Van Buren County, MI 

Family

Frances Mabel Frielink b. 20 Mar 1872, d. 4 Feb 1947
Children 1.Harold Charles Lewis+ b. 12 Apr 1895, d. 23 Oct 1958
 2.Arthur Gordon Lewis+ b. 28 Jun 1897, d. 12 May 1957
 3.Francis Llewellyn Lewis+ b. 20 Dec 1904, d. 1 Jan 2004
 4.Helen Margaret Lewis+ b. 3 Feb 1909, d. 28 Mar 1997
 5.Robert Steven Lewis+ b. 26 Jan 1911, d. 2 Nov 1983

Royal John Gibson

Father*Roy Ira Gibson b. 14 Sep 1873, d. 24 Feb 1928
Mother*Mary Helen Bricker b. 7 Jul 1874, d. 23 Dec 1958
Birth*16 July 1905Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI 
Marriage*27 May 1934Elsie Edith Fuller 
Occupation*between 1942 and 1971Between 1942 to 1949 he served as a minister in Montana, Minnesota, and Maine before moving to Oklahoma in 1949, then to Hartford in 1963. In Hartford he was a member of Emmanuel Congregational Church. 
CauseDeathhad pancreatic cancer along with a heart attack 
Death*22 January 1986Hartford, Hartford County, CT 
BurialElijah Kellogg Church Cemetery, Harpswell, ME 

Family

Elsie Edith Fuller b. 3 Oct 1907, d. 9 Nov 2003
Children 1.Royal Bricker Gibson+
 2.David Andre Gibson+ b. 12 Jul 1939, d. 27 Mar 2004

Arthur Aaron Wiers

Father*Ben Wiers b. 6 Jan 1871, d. 8 Sep 1930
Mother*Bertha Rose Smith b. 29 Mar 1871, d. 19 Jul 1963
Birth*November 1909Muskegon, Muskegon, MI 
Marriage*5 June 1943Helen Margaret Lewis;Muskegon, Muskegon, MI;Jack Christensen & Adelaide (Wiers) Christensen were witnesses. Rev. William Chapman performed the ceremony. 
Witness: Clara Adeline Wiers
Witness: Jacob T. "Jack" Christensen
CauseDeathon the U.S.S. Luce, which was sunk during WWII 
Death*4 May 1945World War II, in the Pacific near Okinawa;Arthur, a Seaman First Class in the U.S. Navy, was listed missing in action and awarded a Purple Heart. He is interred in Hawaii with his name included on a memorial plaque there. 

Family

Helen Margaret Lewis b. 3 Feb 1909, d. 28 Mar 1997

Darleen Marie Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
(Witness) Death20 June 1995Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte;her home, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Mariana, Jill and Darleen were at Rosemarie's side at the time of her death. Her other children and as many grandchildren as possible were nearby. 

Family 2

Don Pillen
Child 1.Dallas John Pillen

Alan Joseph Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
Birth*5 June 1955St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
Baptism15 June 1955Sacred Heart, Roseville, Macomb, MI;Cy (Cyril) Van Agen and Beverly Trombly served as godparents. Father Raymond Clancy was the Pastor. (Cy had at one time wanted to marry Bevy. His family had owned much of the property across from Joe and Sadie Schulte's home on 13 Mile and farmed it. Cy later married someone else, lived for awhile in the home of Joe and Sadie, which had been converted into a duplex in the late 1960's, then moved to northern MI to open a sod farm.) 
Witness: Beverly A. Trombly
Milit-Beg*Alan went to sign up for the Marines, but they told him his eyesight prohibited him from being accepted, so he attended Macomb County Community College for a couple of years. 
Employment*Lionel Train Co. in Mt. Clemens for a few years along with his sister, Kathy, and future wife, Sandy 
Occupation*1989Alan Jeske and Denny Chabot started Alden Hydraulic, Inc. in 1989 after several years of sevice in the hydraulic repair department at a large forklift company. They moved to a larger facility located on Production Drive in April 1997.

Al assumed sole ownership in February 2000 so that Denny could pursue a carreer with his church. Bryan Shipway, Al's nephew, returned to Alden Hydraulics in 2000 when Al was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Bryan was previously employed with Alden but had left to assist his father to start Shipway X-Ray. He assumed sole ownership in January 2004 and continued until 2008 to provide the same level of quality service at competitive rates that Al and Denny established. 
CauseDeathhad kidney cancer 
Death*23 November 2005at home, Algonac, St. Clair, MI;the day before Thanksgiving 
Burial*29 November 2005Sacred Heart Cemetery, Anchorville, MI;near Lake St. Clair where Alan loved to take his boat and near the church where he loved to hear the children's choir at Sunday morning Mass. 

Kathleen Mary Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
Birth*30 August 1956St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
BaptismSeptember 1956St. Thecla, Mt. Clemens, Macomb, MI;Ted Banach and Marion Boelte served as the godparents. Father Rzeznik was the Pastor. 
Witness: Theodore A. Banach Jr
Witness: Marion J. Boelte
Occupation*a registered respiratory therapist 
Death*28 July 2007at home, Clinton Twp., Macomb, MI 
Burial*ashes were spread with her those of her favorite dog, Buddy, who was old, diabetic and just lost without Kathy 

Family

Jack Joseph Legare b. 18 Jul 1958, d. 8 Sep 2009
Child 1.Danielle Rose Jeske+ b. 16 Nov 1983, d. 12 Nov 2014

Steven Walter Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
Birth*4 January 1958St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
Baptism6 January 1958St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
Death*6 January 1958St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
CauseDeathhad a congenital heart defect 
Burial*8 January 1958Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, MI 

Robert James Jeske

Father*Walter Samuel Jeske b. 1 Jun 1927, d. 17 Apr 1998
Mother*Rosemarie Jacquelyn Schulte b. 28 Aug 1929, d. 20 Jun 1995
Birth*6 July 1959St. John Hospital, Detroit, MI 
Baptism9 August 1959St. Thecla's, Mt. Clemens, MI;Jackie (Trombly) and Don Duffey served as godparents. 
Witness: Donald Lewis Duffey
Witness: Jacquelyn Marie Trombly
Occupation*had his own carpet cleaning business for awhile, worked as security guard, a bouncer, nurses aide in a nursing home and delivered pizza for Domino's. 
CauseDeath19 September 2000had heart failure late Tuesday evening, 19 September 2000. Cardiomyopathy, diabetes and obesity with renal failure as other significant conditions contributing to death were the causes noted on his death certificate signed the next day 
Death*19 September 2000at home, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI 
Burial*30 September 2000Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, Macomb, MI;Lot 918, Section 21, grave # 6 

Rose Susanne Rivard

Father*Leander Rivard b. 10 Sep 1830, d. 20 Apr 1900
Mother*Mary Ann L. Fournier b. 5 Nov 1845, d. 3 Jun 1928
Birth*27 April 1873Greiner, Detroit, MI 
(Witness) Marriage21 April 1892Melissa Elizabeth Peters, John C. Rivard;Assumption Grotto Church, Greiner, Wayne, MI;Father Marker officiated with witnesses Alfred Trombly and Rose Rivard, both of Connors Creek 
Marriage*25 April 1894Alfred Columbus Trombly;Greiner, Wayne, MI;Father J. Baumgartner officiated with witnesses Joseph & Anna Rivard of Grosse Pointe 
Death*8 July 1943Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Burial*10 July 1943Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, MI 

Family

Alfred Columbus Trombly b. 13 Mar 1872, d. 15 Aug 1961
Children 1.Sadie Mary Trombly+ b. 9 Feb 1895, d. 13 Mar 1985
 2.Wilfred Leander Trombly+ b. 13 Aug 1896, d. 3 Sep 1958
 3.Eugene Joseph Trombly+ b. 7 Oct 1897, d. 24 Apr 1969
 4.Oliver John Trombly b. 14 Jun 1899, d. 9 Mar 1968
 5.Gore Charles Trombly b. 23 Sep 1902, d. 7 Aug 1964
 6.Otis Paul Trombly+ b. 23 Jun 1905, d. 28 Feb 1989
 7.Raymond David Trombly b. 23 Jan 1908, d. 22 Jan 1928
 8.Alfred James Trombly+ b. 16 Oct 1909, d. 7 Oct 1964
 9.Gladys S. Trombly b. 5 Sep 1911, d. 30 Sep 1918
 10.Leander J. Trombly b. 9 Mar 1913, d. 14 Jul 1941
 11.Marcella A. Trombly+ b. 24 Oct 1915, d. 14 Feb 2004
 12.Beata Rosemarie Trombly+ b. 3 Jul 1918, d. 14 Jul 2011

Alfred Columbus Trombly

Father*January Trombly b. 25 Feb 1839, d. 11 Apr 1905
Mother*Elizabeth Baumgartner b. 13 Oct 1843, d. 7 Jan 1911
Birth*13 March 1872Detroit, Wayne, MI;Years later, in 1985, his eldest daughter, Sadie, would die on his birthday. 
(Witness) Marriage21 April 1892Melissa Elizabeth Peters, John C. Rivard;Assumption Grotto Church, Greiner, Wayne, MI;Father Marker officiated with witnesses Alfred Trombly and Rose Rivard, both of Connors Creek 
Marriage*25 April 1894Rose Susanne Rivard;Greiner, Wayne, MI;Father J. Baumgartner officiated with witnesses Joseph & Anna Rivard of Grosse Pointe 
(Witness) Death7 January 1911Elizabeth Baumgartner;Detroit, Wayne, MI 
(Witness) Death7 December 1914Fridolin J. Baumgartner (Chancellor, Detroit Diocese);Providence Hospital, Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Occupationbetween 1894 and 1906Detroit, Wayne, MI;a brick manufacturer in Detroit. He took over the business his grandfather had established. 
(Witness) Death22 January 1928Raymond David Trombly;Grace Hospital, Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Occupation*Detroit, Wayne, MI;in the real estate and insurance business. He had an office on Gratiot Ave. In 1923 he also opened a brick yard in Warren. 
Death*15 August 1961Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Burial*18 August 1961Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, MI;A.H. Peters Funeral Home handled the arrangements. 

Family

Rose Susanne Rivard b. 27 Apr 1873, d. 8 Jul 1943
Children 1.Sadie Mary Trombly+ b. 9 Feb 1895, d. 13 Mar 1985
 2.Wilfred Leander Trombly+ b. 13 Aug 1896, d. 3 Sep 1958
 3.Eugene Joseph Trombly+ b. 7 Oct 1897, d. 24 Apr 1969
 4.Oliver John Trombly b. 14 Jun 1899, d. 9 Mar 1968
 5.Gore Charles Trombly b. 23 Sep 1902, d. 7 Aug 1964
 6.Otis Paul Trombly+ b. 23 Jun 1905, d. 28 Feb 1989
 7.Raymond David Trombly b. 23 Jan 1908, d. 22 Jan 1928
 8.Alfred James Trombly+ b. 16 Oct 1909, d. 7 Oct 1964
 9.Gladys S. Trombly b. 5 Sep 1911, d. 30 Sep 1918
 10.Leander J. Trombly b. 9 Mar 1913, d. 14 Jul 1941
 11.Marcella A. Trombly+ b. 24 Oct 1915, d. 14 Feb 2004
 12.Beata Rosemarie Trombly+ b. 3 Jul 1918, d. 14 Jul 2011

Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche

Father*Johann Joseph Knoche b. 23 Jul 1833, d. 7 Dec 1898
Mother*Elisabeth Voss b. 1 Jun 1844, d. 16 Nov 1918
Birth*10 August 1869Altenilpe, Westfalen, Preussen 
Christening11 August 1869Katholisch, Dorlar, Westfalen, Preussen;Godparents were Wilhemina Berles and August Knoche. 
Witness: Augustus Knoche
Witness: M. Wilhelmina Mette
Marriage*23 April 1890Anthony Schulte;Detroit, Wayne, MI;U. Walersinski, Rector, officiated with witnesses Michael Geck and Elizabeth Wiethoff (likely a Knoche cousin), both of Detroit. 
(Witness) Death16 May 1907Anthony Schulte;Detroit, Wayne, MI;His obituary says he died at age 49. After rallying from an illness which caused him to spend the winter in Asheville, he had a relapse and died at his home at 949 Congress at 2 a.m. 
Death*5 May 1935St. Joseph Hospital, Detroit, Wayne, MI;Her son, Joseph, was the informant for her death certificate. At the time of her death she lived at 13870 Gratiot. St. Joseph Mercy Hospital was written in as place of death on the certificate. 
Witness: Joseph Francis Schulte
CauseDeathhad bronchial pneumonia, diabetes and chronic endocarditis 
Burial*8 May 1935Mt. Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne, MI 

Family

Anthony Schulte b. 9 Jul 1857, d. 16 May 1907
Children 1.William G. Schulte+ b. 22 Feb 1891, d. 2 Apr 1969
 2.Aloysius J. Schulte+ b. 22 Mar 1892, d. 29 May 1945
 3.Frank A. Schulte+ b. 30 Apr 1893, d. 31 May 1971
 4.Joseph Francis Schulte+ b. 7 Nov 1894, d. 3 Apr 1974
 5.Anthony Sylvester Schulte b. 9 Apr 1896, d. 11 Apr 1940
 6.Albert A. Schulte+ b. 29 Aug 1897, d. 14 Jun 1953
 7.Elmer Joseph Schulte+ b. 27 May 1899, d. 24 Feb 1978
 8.Edwin August "Jesse" Schulte+ b. 12 Feb 1901, d. 29 Aug 1978
 9.Lidwina Ann Schulte+ b. 21 Nov 1902, d. 14 Aug 2004
 10.Arthur Joseph Schulte+ b. 14 Jul 1904, d. 17 Aug 1963
 11.Mary B. Schulte b. 1 Mar 1906, d. 27 Dec 1972

Anthony Schulte

Father*Anton Schulte b. 1815
Mother*Margaretha Noellecke b. Feb 1822
Birth*9 July 1857Kirchilpe, Westfalen, Preussen;Kirchilpe is nearby Altenilpe where Anton's future wife, Wilhelmina Knoche, was born. But they did not meet each other until they were both living in Detroit, Michigan in the late 1880's when Minnie came to visit Anthony's sister-in-law. 
Christening10 July 1857Katholisch, Dorlar, Westfalen, Preussen;Godparents were Anton Schroder and Theresia Schulte. The priest of record was Father Schoene. 
(Witness) Marriage26 October 1886Joseph Dunneback, Elisabeth Schulte;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Fr David Kersting officiated with witnesses Anton Schulte and Maria Scheiler, both of Detroit 
(Witness) Marriage19 April 1887Theresa M. Welte, Theodor August Schulte;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Francis Lings officiated with witnesses Anton Schulte and Cath Welte, both of Detroit 
Marriage*23 April 1890Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche;Detroit, Wayne, MI;U. Walersinski, Rector, officiated with witnesses Michael Geck and Elizabeth Wiethoff (likely a Knoche cousin), both of Detroit. 
Occupation*between 1886 and 1907Schulte & Erdman Grocery, Detroit, MI;Anthony Schulte's obituary states he conducted a grocery store for over twenty years. Schulte & Erdman Groceries & Liquors was located at 932-934 Congress. It was a block over from Jefferson. Lidwina said her father was the first grocer in the city to offer delivery. 
CauseDeath16 May 1907had acute lobar pneumonia 
Death*16 May 1907Detroit, Wayne, MI;His obituary says he died at age 49. After rallying from an illness which caused him to spend the winter in Asheville, he had a relapse and died at his home at 949 Congress at 2 a.m. 
Witness: Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche
Witness: Theodor August Schulte
Burial*20 May 1907Mt. Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, MI;Anthony's funeral began at his home and continued at Our Lady of Help Catholic Church. 

Family

Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche b. 10 Aug 1869, d. 5 May 1935
Children 1.William G. Schulte+ b. 22 Feb 1891, d. 2 Apr 1969
 2.Aloysius J. Schulte+ b. 22 Mar 1892, d. 29 May 1945
 3.Frank A. Schulte+ b. 30 Apr 1893, d. 31 May 1971
 4.Joseph Francis Schulte+ b. 7 Nov 1894, d. 3 Apr 1974
 5.Anthony Sylvester Schulte b. 9 Apr 1896, d. 11 Apr 1940
 6.Albert A. Schulte+ b. 29 Aug 1897, d. 14 Jun 1953
 7.Elmer Joseph Schulte+ b. 27 May 1899, d. 24 Feb 1978
 8.Edwin August "Jesse" Schulte+ b. 12 Feb 1901, d. 29 Aug 1978
 9.Lidwina Ann Schulte+ b. 21 Nov 1902, d. 14 Aug 2004
 10.Arthur Joseph Schulte+ b. 14 Jul 1904, d. 17 Aug 1963
 11.Mary B. Schulte b. 1 Mar 1906, d. 27 Dec 1972

Harold Charles Lewis

Father*Charles Benjamin Lewis b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 21 Jun 1945
Mother*Frances Mabel Frielink b. 20 Mar 1872, d. 4 Feb 1947
Birth*12 April 1895Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Milit-Beg*17 June 1916Grayling Camp, Grayling, MI;Harold served in the National Guard on the Mexican border, transferring from Grayling to El Paso in August of 1916. His daughter, Mildred, related how he had participated in the conflict with Poncho Villa. 
Milit-End*10 June 1917as a First Class Private of Company D, 32nd Infantry 
Employment*between 1920 and 1957Post Office, Kalamazoo, MI;Harold was a local postal clerk for 37 years. 
(Witness) Marriage21 July 1923Lester James Griffith, Agnes D. DeYoung;First Baptist Church, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;Rev. Elmer W. Powell officiated with witnesses Harold Chas. Lewis and Jennie DeYoung, both of Kalamazoo 
Marriage*24 October 1923Jennie S. DeYoung;Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI;H. Sidney Bullock, Baptist Minister, officiated with witnesses Francis Lewis and Cornelia DeYoung, both of Kalamazoo 
Witness: Cornelia Marguerite DeYoung
Witness: Francis Llewellyn Lewis
Death*23 October 1958Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 
Burial*25 October 1958Mt. Ever-Rest Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI 

Family

Jennie S. DeYoung b. 5 Jan 1899, d. 11 Jan 1974
Children 1.Mildred Beverly Lewis+ b. 23 Mar 1925, d. 18 May 2010
 2.Vern G. Lewis+

William G. Schulte

Father*Anthony Schulte b. 9 Jul 1857, d. 16 May 1907
Mother*Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche b. 10 Aug 1869, d. 5 May 1935
Birth*22 February 1891Detroit, Wayne, MI 
(Witness) Marriage27 September 1916Albert Arthur Lauer, Loretta H. Maddelein;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Fred L. Heideuriech officiated with witnesses William J. Schulte of N. Detroit and Edith Maddelein of Detroit 
Marriage*17 August 1920Edith S. Maddelein;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Joseph S. Marx officiated with witnesses Elmer Schulte and Marie Maddelein, both of Detroit 
Witness: Elmer Joseph Schulte
Witness: Marie R. Maddelein
Marriage*13 August 1924Caroline Gertrude Morris;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Father Joseph S. Marx officiated with witnesses Charles Ackley and Cordelia Trombly, both of Detroit 
Witness: Cordelia M Michels
Witness: Charles H. Ackley
Occupation*a retired bank teller who worked at the First State Bank of East Detroit 
Death*2 April 1969Saratoga Hospital, Detroit, Wayne, MI;he had lived on Brohl in Roseville in a house he built 
Burial7 April 1969Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Twp, MI 

Family 1

Edith S. Maddelein b. 25 Aug 1893, d. 3 Nov 1922

Family 2

Caroline Gertrude Morris b. 2 Mar 1904, d. 30 Nov 1989
Children 1.William George Schulte Jr.+ b. 16 Jul 1925, d. 21 Oct 2001
 2.Elizabeth Anne Schulte+ b. 28 Dec 1926, d. 1 Feb 1971
 3.Carol Sue Schulte b. 22 Feb 1940, d. 8 Jul 2008

Aloysius J. Schulte

Father*Anthony Schulte b. 9 Jul 1857, d. 16 May 1907
Mother*Wilhelmina "Minnie" Knoche b. 10 Aug 1869, d. 5 May 1935
Birth*22 March 1892Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Marriage*12 December 1912Norma B. Schlosser;Detroit, Wayne, MI;Justice Samuel E. Jones officiated with witnesses Andrew E. LeVellier and Elizabeth Newcomb, both of Detroit 
Occupation*a truck driver 
Death*29 May 1945Detroit, Wayne, MI 
Burial*1 June 1945Mt. Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, MI 

Family

Norma B. Schlosser b. 8 Nov 1893, d. 22 Oct 1976
Children 1.Robert J. Schulte+ b. 9 Jul 1915, d. 1 Feb 2001
 2.Ray A. Schulte b. 13 May 1925, d. 18 May 1925
 3.June Adele Schulte+ b. 16 Jun 1926, d. 30 Oct 2007
 4.Norma Barbara Schulte b. 16 Dec 1927, d. 2 Jul 1996
 5.Corinne Schulte
 6.Shirley A. Schulte