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Freiderich Paul Eltiste

Born - Friday, September 6, 1850

Burgsalach, Bavaria, Germany

Residence - June 15,1880

Spring Creek Precinct, Johnson County, Nebraska

Residence - June 9,1900

Washington Precinct, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Residence - January 2, 1920

Washington Precinct, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Died - Wednesday, September 8, 1920

Johnson, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Buried - Sunday, September 12, 1920

Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery

(Hickory Grove Cemetery)

Nemaha County, Nebraska

 

Immigration Information

Port of Departure -Bremen, Germany

Ship Name - Mosel

Arrived USA - June 11, 1877

Port of Arrival - New York

 

 

 

 

1st Wife - Anna Sophia (Stadtler) Eltiste

(Sister of F. Paul's 2nd Wife)

Born - July 8, 1854

Married -1872 - Germany

Died - October 5, 1880

Daughter - Christina (Eltiste) Smith

Born - February 12, 1873

Burgsalach, Bavaria, Germany

Son - August Christian Eltiste

Born - February 19, 1878

Family Home - Near Cook, Nebraska

 

 

Freiderich Paul  & Maria Barbara (Stadtler) Eltiste

Maria Barbara (Stadtler) Eltiste Freiderich Paul Eltiste

 

 

THE JOHNSON NEWS

September 17, 1920 Front Page, Column 4

FREDRICK PAUL ELTISTE was born in the city of Burgsalach, Bavaria, Germany, on September 6, 1850, the fourth child of his parents, Christian and Dorothy Eltiste. He grew to manhood in his home city and learned the stone mason trade which he followed successfully for several years.

In 1872 he was married to Annie Sophia Stadtler. To this union two children were born, both of whom survive him. In 1877 he came to America and settled on a farm near Osage, Nebraska, where he lived several years. His wife died in October 1880 leaving two small children.

July 5, 1881 he was married to Maria Barbara Stadtler and in March 1882 the family came to Nemaha County where he spent the remainder of his life.

He endured the many hardships of the early pioneer and did much toward the development of the country in which he settled. He was a true husband and a kind father. Was straight forward and honest and closely followed the Golden Rule in his dealings with his fellow men.

He departed this life at his home in Johnson on September 8, 1920 at the age of 70 years and 2 days.

Funeral services conducted by Reverend Spehr in English were held at the home Sunday afternoon. Interment was made at Hickory Grove, where a fitting ceremony was delivered by Reverend Streng, the pastor of that church of which the deceased had been a devout member for nearly forty years.

He is survived by his wife, Maria Barbara Eltiste, eight children, A. C. and W. F. Eltiste of Overton, Mrs. A. L. Wingert of Sumner, Mrs. H. C. Kaiser of Phillipsburg, Kansas, H. A. Eltiste of Johnson, Mrs. Fred Bohling, Mrs. David Smith and Paul Eltiste Jr., of Auburn. Also one brother and four sisters.

Card of Thanks

We wish to thank the friends and neighbors who so generously gave their help and sympathy at the time of the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father.

Mrs. Barbara Eltiste and family.

 

 

2nd Wife - Maria Barbara (Stadtler) Eltiste

(Sister of F. Paul's 1st Wife)

Born - April 4, 1851

Hettington, Bavaria, Germany

Married - July 4, 1881

First Saint Paul's Lutheran Church

Helena, Johnson County, Nebraska

Died - December 19, 1924

Johnson, Nemaha County, Nebraska

 

 

Daughter - Sophia Katharine (Eltiste) Kaiser

Sophie Kaiser

 

Daughter - Wilhelmine Pauline Christina (Eltiste) Wingert

Minnie Wingert

 

Daughter - Wilhelmine Emil Elizabeth (Eltiste) Bohling

Elizabeth Bohling

Son William Frederick Eltiste

Willie Eltiste

Son - Paul Herman Eltiste

Paul Eltiste

Son Conrad August Herman Eltiste

Harry Eltiste

Son Theodore Frederich Emil Eltiste

Born - January 31, 1895  ۩ Died - April 1, 1895

 

Father - Christian Eltiste

Mother - Maria Dorthea (Risselhuber) Eltiste

 

 

 

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