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Christoph (Chris) STAHLECKER-151
Christoph (Chris)
STAHLECKER-151

B. 1 Aug 1871
Friedenthal, South Russia
D. 25 Apr 1946
Burlington, Colorado

 

Children
First Marriage:

4 children (3 died before 1946)

 1. Matilda STAHLECKER-1288
 2. Emil STAHLECKER-1289 (infant)
 3. Chris STAHLECKER-1290 (Young Man)
 4. Lydia STAHLECKERGilbert-1292

Second Marriage:
8 children (6 died before 1946)

 1. Arthur O. STAHLECKER-1281
 2. Hildergard STAHLECKER-1282
 3. Ila STAHLECKER-1283 (infant)
 4. Emma STAHLECKER McCarl-1284
 5. Walter STAHLECKER-1285 (infant)
 6. Reuben STAHLECKER-1286
 7. Edgar STHALECKER-1287
 8. Ruth STAHLECKER Knorr-1291
 

 Notes:
Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

Archive File:
Cattle Brand

Stahlecker Family Photo
Land Patent Grant


  

Photos:



Christena & Chris Stahlecker

 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Isaiah STAHLECKER-3030
B. 26 Nov 1808
Guldendorf, S Russia
D. 6 Feb 1851
Father: Johann Klemens STAHLECKER
Mother: Anna Marie
Martin STAHLECKER-146
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
B. 19 Sep 1848
D. 24 Jan 1914
Bethune, Colorado 
Father
Katharina KOCH-3031
b. 4 Apr 1816
Weileramstein, Germany
d. 6 Apr 1875
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
Father : George Jacob KOCH
Mother: Anna Marie
Chris STAHLECKER-151
B. 1 Aug 1871
Friedenthal, South Russia
D. 25 Apr 1946
Burlington, Colorado
Grandmother
 
         Mother    
Katharina WEIDELICH-3019
  Step-Mother  
 
Katherena JUENGLING-147
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
B. 13 Jun 1848
D. 11 Jul 1926
Bethune, Colorado
 
Spouse
Married:  1 Oct 1893
Margaret SCHMIDKE-152
b.  Russia
d. 17 Nov 1901
Christena SCHETERLY-153
 

Obituary

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Christopher Stahlecker -1947

Friends in the Burlington community were saddened last Thursday to learn of the passing of Chris Stahlecker, 74, who died at the county hospital following an illness of five days. Mr. Stahlecker had been in failing health for some time. He had been a resident here for many years, first coing [SIC] to the Burlington community 53 years ago. Around the turn of the century, he carried mail to residents along the Lauchman north of Burlington, making the long drive with a horse and wagon, and it was interesting to listen to his memories of those early days on the eastern Colorado plains.
Christopher Stahlecker was born in Friedenthal, South Russia, Aug. 1, 1871, and departed this life April 25, 1946, at five o'clock in the afternoon, at the age of 74 years, eight months and 24 days.
At the age of two years, in 1873, he came with his parents to America, settling near Columbus, Neb. Six years later the family moved to Tripp, S. Dak., where they resided for 14 years. There he was married to Margaret Schmidke on Oct. 1, 1893. To this union were born four children, three preceding him in death. In 1896 they came to Colorado and later returned to South Dakota. The family again returned to Colorado, settling near Burlington, from where Chris carried mail for the Landsman district from 1899 until 1902.
On Nov. 17, 1901, his wife died. On July 19, 1903, he married his mourning widow, Christina Schachterle. To this union eight children were born, six of them preceding him in death.
In the fall of 1903 the family went to Longmont, and from there to Loveland. In 1907 he filed a homestead northwest of Sterling. In 1919 he settled at Brush, and one yeear [SIC] later he settled in a farm north of Bethune. In 1926 he moved to a farm 17 miles southeast of Burlington, where he remained until 1942. Being in ill health for a number of years, he moved to Burlington where he remained until his death.
He is survived by his widow; his son, Arthur, both of Burlington; two daughters, Lydia Gilbert and Ruth Sly, both of Denver; four brothers, Edward and Isaiah, Bethune, Colo., Fred and Gottlieb, Loveland, Colo.; three sisters, Lydia Weisshaar, Newberg Ore., Christina Knodel, of Loveland, and Barbara Adolf of Bethune; 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday, April 27, at two o'clock at the Hendricks mortuary, the Rev. H. L. Woelber officiating. Burial was in Fairview cemetery.

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