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 Andrew BAUER-154
Andrew BAUER-154
B. 30 Nov 1864
Alt Alf, South Russia
D. 2 Oct, 1934
Bethune, Colorado

 

Children
 1. Margaret BAUER-454
 2. Martin BAUER-1567
 3. Christina BAUER-1151
 4. Fred BAUER-1571
 5. infant BAUER-3185 (14 May 1901)
  

Children (second Wife)
1. August (Jake) BAUER-2602
2. Albert BAUER-1573
3. Anna BAUER-1569
4. Theodore (Ted) BAUER-1958
5. Edward BAUER-1572
6. Theresa BAUER-1568
   

 Notes:
Burial Place:  
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

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Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Unknown
John Christian BAUER
B. 9 Dec 1839
Alt Alf, South Russia
Married.  24 Jan 1858
Father
Unknown
Andrew BAUER-154
B. 30 Nov 1864
Alt Alf, South Russia
D. 2 Oct 1934
Bethune, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Margaretha Dorothea HERMANN
B. 17 Jun 1839
Alt Alf, South Russia
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married: 1 Oct 1893
Hutchinson Co,, North Dakota
Katherina STAHLECKER-150
B. 22 Feb 1874
Columbus, Nebraska
D. 14 May 1901
Bethune, Colorado
Beata BETCHER-2591
B. 8 Dec 1866
Clum, South Russia
D. 7 Apr 1946
 

Obituary

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Andrew Bauer -1934
from the Burlington Call

Mr. Andrew Bauer was born in "Old Alf" Russia, on Nov. 30, 1864, and came to the U. S. at the age of 25 years to North Dakota, and three was married in 1893 to Katharine Stahlecker and in the same year came to Bethune, Colo.  Five children were born to this union, one dying in infancy.  His wife died in 1901.  In 1903 he was married to Mrs., Beats Betcher Hayne and to this union six children were born.

He was 69 years, 10 months and 1 day old when he died.  He was in ill health for the last four years.  Four weeks ago his condition became worse and last Friday he took seriously ill and his children were called.

On September 29, he felt his end nearing and called for the pastor of Immanuel's Church to give him the Lord's Supper.  In humble contrition he confessed his unworthiness and asked the Lord for pardon and grace.  Upon receiving Holy communion he said that now he was feeling much better and felt at peace with his God.  The following visit by the pastor found no change in his state and always found him willing to go home.

He leaves to mourn, his widow, Mrs. Beata Bauer and fourteen children; Mrs. Wm. Adolf Jr., Martin Bauer, Mrs. David Schlichenmayer and Fred Bauer, all of Bethune; August Bauer of Norwood, Albert Bauer at home;  Anna M Bauer of Kansas City; Mrs. Truman L. Hooker at home; Edward H. Bauer of Bethune and Theodore G. Bauer at home; and this step-children, Mrs. Mary Degerling of Bethune, Andrew Hayne of Twin City Falls, Idaho; Mrs. J. A. Mitchell of Kansas City and Fred Hayne of Spokane, Wash.; two brothers, Gottleib and Phillip Bauer, both at Torrington, Canada, and one sister, Mrs., Carline Boufering in Russia; nine grandchildren and two great grand-children.

His remains were laid to rest on the cemetery of the Lutheran Church in the Settlement, north of Bethune, Oct. 5.  The funeral service was conducted by the pastor, H. L. Woelber.  The Call extends its deep sympathy to all who mourn his death.

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