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Isaiah Stahlecker-159
Isaiah STAHLECKER-159
B. 18 Apr 1882
Tripp, South Dakota
D. 16 Jul 1957
Bethune, Colorado

 

Children
 1. Martha STAHLECKER Gramm-2101
 2. Jake STAHLECKER-1817
 3. Edward R. STAHLECKER-2397
 4. Julius STAHLECKER-2400
 5. Ralph STAHLECKER-2020
 6. Pauline STAHLECKER Knodel-1344
 7. Freda STAHLECKER Schlichenmayer-937
 8. Albert STAHLECKER-3281 child
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Hope Congregational Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

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1910 Census
1900 Census
Land Patent Grant
Stahlecker Family Photo

  

Time Line:


 

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
Isaiah STAHLECKER-159
B. 18 Apr 1882
Tripp, South Dakota
D. 16 Jul 1957
Bethune, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Katherena JUENGLING-147
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
B. 13 Jun 1848
D. 11 Jul 1926
Bethune, Colorado
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married   1 Jan 1907
Bethune, Colorado
Mary STUTZ-164
B. 12 Dec 1886
Russia
D. 8 Feb 1921
 

Obituary

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Isaiah Stahlecker  -- 1957 

    Funeral services were held on, Friday, July 19, at the Hope Congregational church for Isaiah Stahlecker.  The Rev. H.E. Wilske officiated. Burial was in Hope cemetery.
    Isaiah Stahlecker, son of Martin Stahlecker and Catherine (nee) Juengling was born April 18, 1882, at Trip, S.D.  At the age of 11 he came with his parents to live north of Bethune, in what is known as the Settlement.  He followed his father's occupation of farming and raising cattle.
    On Jan. 1, 1907, he was united in marriage to Maria Stutz.  Five sons and three daughters were born to the Stahleckers.  One daughter, the oldest, and one son, the youngest, preceded their father in death.  Mrs. Stahlecker also passed away in February of 1921.
    Much of Mr. Stahlecker's life was spent in ill health.  On Tuesday, July 9, he was taken to the Memorial hospital with serious complications and put under the doctor's care.  Signs of improvement were evident until Friday morning when he was stricken with a stroke, lapsed into a comma from which he never regained consciousness.  One week after entering the hospital, July 16, he quietly passed away at 5:00 o'clock in the morning.  Death closed his life at 75 years, two months and 28 days.
    Mourning the death of their father are four sons and two daughters: Julius, of Denver, Edward, of Seibert, Mrs. Emil Knodel of Denver, Jake of Castleford, Idaho, Ralph of Bethune and Mrs. Harold Schlichenmayer of Burlington.  Two brothers and two sisters survive their brother: Fred and Edward of Burlington; Mrs. Gottlieb Adolf of Burlington and Mrs. John Weisshaar of Newburg, Ore.  Thirteen grandchildren will miss their grandfather's passing.
    Mr. Stahlecker joined the Hope Congregational church in 1912 and had been a faithful and congenial member until he was summoned by death.  He served his church as Sunday school superintendent and teacher  many years and in other capacities.  His quiet disposition and loyalty could always be counted upon.  His personal service is closed but memories of his personality and friendship will pleasantly linger on in the host of his friends.  He rests in the hands of Him whom he loved and served to the end.


Print Version

Isaiah Stahlecker  -- 1957 
Der Kirchenbote  Vol 75  #49  3 Oct. 1957 
Translated from German --  Obituary file at ASGHR

       Isaiah Stahlecker, son of Martin and Catherine, nee Juengling, was born April 1882 at Tripp, South Dakota.  In his eleventh year his parents moved to Bethune, Colorado where they engaged in farming and the son followed the same occupation.  On January 6, 1907 he was married to Maria Stutz.  Five sons and three daughters were born into the family.  One son, one daughter and their mother preceded Mr. Stahlecker in death.  Much of Mr. Stahlecker's life was spent in ill health.  On July 9th he was taken to the hospital, several days later he was stricken at the age of 75 years, 2 months and 28 days.  Four sons and two daughters remain to mourn the death of their father.  Also two brothers and two sisters survive him and 13 grandchildren.  He will be missed by his family, church and many friends.  Burial was made on the Hope Congregational cemetery.

H.E. Wilske, pastor
Burlington, Colorado

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