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Freidrich (Fred) BAUDER-691
Freidrich (Fred) BAUDER-691
B.  5 Jul 1877
Seabach, Russia
D. 17 May 1957
Burlington, Colorado

 

Children
 1. Paul BAUDER-823
 2. Rosina BAUDER-824
 3. Albert BAUDER-841
 4. Alice BAUDER-842
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

Archive File:
Family History-"We came from Russia"

1900 Census

Photo Source:  Holly Hamilton
Photo c. 1950

Family Photo
Cattle Brand
Land Patent Grant

  

Time Line:


 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Johann Martin BAUDER-2432
b. Sep 1812
Pfullingen Reutlingen
d. 16 May 1894
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
Andreas BAUDER, Sr.-682
B. 4 Jan 1838
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 14 Jul 1921
Bethune, Colorado
Father
Unknown
Fred BAUDER-691
B. 5 Jul 1877
Seabach, Russia
D. 17 May 1957
Burlington, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Christina OTTENBACHER-683
B. 17 Apr 1841
South Russia, near Odessa
D. 25 Apr 1919
Bethune, Colorado
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married: 8 May 1902
Burlington, Colorado
Minnie FANSELAU-820
B. 27 Dec 1881
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
D. 24 Oct 1970
Burlington, Colorado
 

Obituary

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Fred Bauder - 1957

     Fred Bauder, 79, one of the first settlers of the Settlement north of Burlington, passed away suddenly Friday of last week.  Mr. Bauder came to the Settlement directly from South Russia as a boy, and lived in this community for 68 years.

     Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at 2:00 p.m., Monday, May 20, with the Rev. Paul E. Holland officiating.  Burial was in Fairview cemetery.

     Fred Bauder was born July 5, 1877 in South Russia to parents of German ancestry.  In 1889 he came with his parents, Andreas Bauder and Christena Ottenbacher Bauder, to the United States, and on May 8 1902, was united in marriage to Minnie Fanselau.  To this union were born four children., Paul, Rosina, Albert, and Alice.  The couple was privileged to celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary early this month.

    Following their marriage, the couple homesteaded northwest of Burlington and lived there until 1946 when they moved to their present home in Burlington.  Fred Bauder served on the school board for the Blue View school for several terms, and was active in the organization of the co-op, serving as a director for some time.

    He was baptized in infancy and confirmed in the Lutheran church on April 5, 1891.  About 1920 he united with the Burlington Methodist church, and was an active member and faithful attendant to the time of his death.  He served as church custodian for eight years until family health forced his retirement, two years ago, and made of the work a labor of love far exceeding any remuneration.
    Having enjoyed good health most of his life, Fred Bauder was taken suddenly ill on May 17, 1957 and passed away that afternoon at the Kit Carson County Memorial hospital a few weeks before his 80th birthday.
   Left to mourn his passing are: his wife, Minnie; four children, Paul F. Bauder of Denver; Rosina Schaal and Albert Bauder both of Burlington; and Alice Haygood of Las Vegas, Nev.; one brother, Gottlieb Bauder of Burlington; two sisters; Dorothea Schaal of Bethune, and Christina Ramsey of Portland,  Ore. and 17 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
   

 

 
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