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Barbara STAHLECKER Adolf-161
Barbara STAHLECKER-161
B. 24 Dec 1885
Tripp, South Dakota
D. 23 Nov 1973
Burlington, Colorado
At age eight, Barbara's family moved to a farm north of Bethune, Colorado.

 1. George WIEDMAN-425

1. Gottlieb ADOLF Jr.-421
2. Leah ADOLF Schick-422
3. Herman ADOLF-423
4. Ella ADOLF-424


Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

Archive File:
1910 Census
1900 Census

Stahlecker Family Photo

Marriage Source:
Colorado Marriage Index
Date noted as 26 Mar 1914



Time Line:


Pedigree Chart
Isaiah STAHLECKER-3030
B. 26 Nov 1808
Guldendorf, S Russia
D. 6 Feb 1851
Father: Johann Klemens STAHLECKER
Mother: Anna Marie
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
B. 19 Sep 1848
D. 24 Jan 1914
Bethune, Colorado 
Katharina KOCH-3031
b. 4 Apr 1816
Weileramstein, Germany
d. 6 Apr 1875
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
Father : George Jacob KOCH
Mother: Anna Marie
Barbara STAHLECKER-161
B. 24 Dec 1885
Tripp, South Dakota
D. 23 Nov 1973
Burlington, Colorado
Conrad JUENGLING-148
B. 1814
Reneberg, Poland
D. 19 Dec. 1867
Katherena JUENGLING-147
Friedenstahl, S. Russia
B. 13 Jun 1848
D. 11 Jul 1926
Bethune, Colorado
Rosina Eva HILLER-891
b. 16 Aug 1828
Leipzig, Bessarbia, South Russia
d. 12 Feb 1920
Bethune, Colorado

1818 Neu Elft, Bessarabia
Married 3 Feb 1910  [Cert #487]
Bethune, Colorado
Second Marriage
Married 25 Mar 1914 [Cert #770]
ILC, Bethune, Colorado
Jakob WIEDMANN-166
1880 - 1911
Gottlieb Sr. ADOLF-420
B. 3 Nov 1891
Anapa, Michaelsfeld, South Russia
D. 14 Nov 1963
Burlington, Colorado


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Barbara Stahlecker Adolf -- 1973

     Barbara Adolf passed away Nov. 23 at the Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital in Burlington following a lingering illness.  She was boom Dec. 24, 1885, in Tripp, S. D., to Martin and Katherine Stahlecker.  At the age of eight she moved with her family to Bethune where she grew to womanhood.  She was baptized as an infant and was confirmed in the Lutheran faith.
        Feb. 3, 1910, she was married to Jacob Wiedman.  To this union one son, George, was born.  In March of 1911 her husband passed away.
         March 25, 1914, she was united in marriage to Gottlieb Adolf of Bethune.  To this union four children were born, Gottlieb Jr., Leah, Herman and Ella.  They made their home on a farm north of Burlington until October, of 1953, when they moved to Burlington.  She spent the past two years in the Burlington Rest Home.
        Her husband, Gottlieb preceded her in death Nov. 14, 1963.  She is survived by her four children, George Wiedman, Gottlieb Adolf Jr., Leah Schick and Herman Adolf.  One daughter, Ella, preceded her in death in infancy.  Also surviving are 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
         Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 27, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Burlington with Rev.  Keith Hedstrom officiating.
        Song selections, "How Great Thou Art" and "I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked," were sung  by Walter Rath, Don Monasmith, Betty Rath and Mary Karspeck accompanied at the organ by Lanette Monasmith.
       Casket bearers were Jim, Gary and Glenn Adolf, Dean Schick, Darrell and Garvin Wiedinan.  Interment was made in Fairview Cemetery with Hendricks Mortuary in charge.

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