Wilhelmine Henriette KosakAlter: 8018861967

Name
Wilhelmine Henriette Kosak
Vornamen
Wilhelmine Henriette
Nachname
Kosak
Geburt 25. Mai 1886 59 46
Taufe 1. Juni 1886 (Alter 7 Tage)
Bemerkung: 150/1886 Paten: Ferd. Kosak, Joh. Klemann, Friedr. Heidmann, Mathilde Heidmann, Henriette Schlieter
Konfirmation 16. Juli 1900 (Alter 14)
Bemerkung: 17/1900 Wilhelmine Henriette Kosak

Auswanderung 17. Juli 1901 (Alter 15)
Bemerkung: Minna Kasak; Fürst Bismark; 14 J.; Letzter Wohnort: Angurklen; Endgültiges Reiseziel: Pittsburgh; Wer hat das Reisegeld gezahlt: sister; Ob Sie zu Verwandten gehen, zu welchen, Name und Wohnort derselben: sister Martha Kasak, Butler St.
Bemerkung: Ankunft am 27. July 1901 9:30 am

Wohnort 1901 (Alter 14)
Wohnort August 1901 (Alter 15)
Adresse: 3810 Butler St.
Tod eines VaterAugust Kosak
3. März 19036 U. Abends (Alter 16) Alter: -
Ursache: Altersschwäche
Bemerkung: verh.

kirchliche EheAdolf Peter KissnerFamilie zeigen
4. Juli 1908 (Alter 22) Ehemann: 26 J. Ehefrau: 22 J.
Adresse: St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Bemerkung: 13/1908 Trauzeugen: Gust. Kosak, Frida Neumann
Geburt einer Tochter
#1
Bertha Olga Kisner
6. April 1909 (Alter 22)
Taufe einer TochterBertha Olga Kisner
9. Mai 1909 (Alter 22)
Adresse: St. Paulskirche
Bemerkung: 29/1909 Gustav Kosak, Rosa Bollenbacher
Geburt einer Tochter
#2
Emma Martha Kisner
7. August 1910 (Alter 24)
Wohnort 1910 (Alter 23)
Adresse: 15th Street
Bemerkung: US Census 1910
Taufe einer TochterEmma Martha Kisner
11. September 1910 (Alter 24)
Adresse: St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Bemerkung: 45/1910 Taufpathen: Adolph u. Frau Emilie Bartsch
Tod eines EhemannsAdolf Peter Kissner
1. Dezember 1911 (Alter 25)
Bemerkung: Adolph P. Kissner 11740 Pennsylvania Death Index
Bemerkung: 117480/8058/1911 Adolph Peter Kissner
Beerdigug eines EhemannsAdolf Peter Kissner
4. Dezember 1911 (Alter 25)
Friedhof: First St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery

Tod einer TochterBertha Olga Kisner
22. Dezember 1911 (Alter 25)
Bemerkung: Bertha O. Kissner 120971 Pennsylvania Death Index
Tod einer TochterEmma Martha Kisner
3. August 1912 (Alter 26)
Bemerkung: 80371 Pennsylvania Death Index
Bemerkung: Anna Kissner
Wohnort 1916 (Alter 29)
HeiratJoseph Benjamin MombergFamilie zeigen
Dezember 1916 (Alter 30)
Bemerkung: Marriage Licence 09.12.1916, Joseph B. Momberg - Wilhelmina Kisner
Tod eines BrudersGustav Albert Kosak
9. November 1918 (Alter 32) Alter: 38 J.
Adresse: Jones & Laughlin
Ursache: Betriebsunfall
Bemerkung: Industrial Accidents
Bemerkung: 176569/13402/1918 Gustave Kassak
Beerdigung eines BrudersGustav Albert Kosak
12. November 1918 (Alter 32)
Friedhof: St. Pauls Cem.

Wohnort 1920 (Alter 33)
Adresse: 708 E. 15th
Bemerkung: US Census: 1920, 1930, 1940
Europareise 15. Juli 1920 (Alter 34)
Bemerkung: Object of visit: To see aged mother and (home)...?!

Rückreise 15. September 1920 (Alter 34)
Bemerkung: First Name: Wilhelmine

Tod einer MutterHenriette Wilhelmine Dalchau
14. Februar 19225 ab. (Alter 35) Alter: 82 J.
Ursache: Altersschwäche
Bemerkung: Witwe Henriette-Wilhelmine Kosak/Kasak, geb. Dalchau


Tod eines BrudersAugust Robert Kosak
18. Oktober 19271 v. (Alter 41) Alter: 56 J.
Ursache: Krebs
Bemerkung: verh. Robert August Kosak

Beerdigung eines BrudersAugust Robert Kosak
20. Oktober 1927 (Alter 41)

Bemerkung: 60/1927 Tauroggen
Tod einer SchwesterHelene Martha Kosak
28. Januar 1936 (Alter 49)
Tod eines EhemannsJoseph Benjamin Momberg
23. Januar 1940 (Alter 53) Alter: 66 J.
Beerdigug eines EhemannsJoseph Benjamin Momberg
25. Januar 1940 (Alter 53)
Friedhof: Crown Hill Cemetery

Tod einer SchwesterHenriette Bertha Kosak
vor 1941 (Alter 54)
Bemerkung: vermutlich
Besuch 25. Dezember 1949 (Alter 63)



Tod eines BrudersJohann Hermann Kosak
23. Dezember 1952 (Alter 66)
Bemerkung: 8:30 Am
Beerdigung eines BrudersJohann Hermann Kosak
24. Dezember 1952 (Alter 66)
Friedhof: Greenwood Cemetery
Bemerkung: John Hermann Kasak
Tod 5. Februar 1967 (Alter 80)
Chronik 2011 (43 Jahre nach Tod)

Bemerkung: Wilhelmine Henriette Kasak:
Beerdigung
Friedhof: Crown Hill Cemetery

Familie mit Eltern - Familie zeigen
Vater
Mutter
 
Heirat: vor 1871
1 Monat
älterer Bruder
2 Jahre
älterer Bruder
4 Jahre
ältere Schwester
2 Jahre
älterer Bruder
2 Jahre
ältere Schwester
5 Jahre
Familie mit Adolf Peter Kissner - Familie zeigen
Ehemann
 
Heirat: 4. Juli 1908Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
9 Monate
Tochter
Bertha Olga Kisner
Geburt: 6. April 1909 28 22Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Tod: 22. Dezember 1911N. Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
16 Monate
Tochter
Emma Martha Kisner
Geburt: 7. August 1910 29 24Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Tod: 3. August 1912Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Familie mit Joseph Benjamin Momberg - Familie zeigen
Ehemann
 
Heirat: Dezember 1916Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri
Joseph Benjamin Momberg + Agusta A. Bohling - Familie zeigen
Ehemann
Ehemanns Ehefrau
 
Heirat: Missouri
Stieftochter
5 Jahre
Stiefsohn

Taufe

150/1886 Paten: Ferd. Kosak, Joh. Klemann, Friedr. Heidmann, Mathilde Heidmann, Henriette Schlieter

Konfirmation

17/1900 Wilhelmine Henriette Kosak

Auswanderung

Minna Kasak; Fürst Bismark; 14 J.; Letzter Wohnort: Angurklen; Endgültiges Reiseziel: Pittsburgh; Wer hat das Reisegeld gezahlt: sister; Ob Sie zu Verwandten gehen, zu welchen, Name und Wohnort derselben: sister Martha Kasak, Butler St.

Auswanderung

Ankunft am 27. July 1901 9:30 am

Heirat

13/1908 Trauzeugen: Gust. Kosak, Frida Neumann

Wohnort

US Census 1910

Heirat

Marriage Licence 09.12.1916, Joseph B. Momberg - Wilhelmina Kisner

Wohnort

US Census: 1920, 1930, 1940

Europareise

Object of visit: To see aged mother and (home)...?!

Rückreise

First Name: Wilhelmine Last Name: Momberg Ethnicity: US Citizen Last Place of Residence: Sedalia, Miss Date of Arrival: Sep 25, 1920 Age at Arrival: 34y Gender: F Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: Rotterdam Port of Departure: Rotterdam, Holland Manifest Line Number: 0012

Chronik

Wilhelmine Henriette Kasak: was the youngest of the six KASAK children. She, also, was born in Angurklen on May 25, 1886, five years younger than her sister HELENE. Like her siblings, Wilhelmine was confirmed in the same Tauroggen Lutheran church when she was fourteen, July 16, 1900. Four months later, she emigrated, with HELENE. Did she know at her confirmation that she was leaving home? What would cause a young teenager to make such a radical life changing decision as this? Certainly she knew the possibilities of never seeing her parents again were very real! Again, it is not known what immigration route they took. Most likely to Breman, Germany and from there by ship to New York City. She, then, traveled to Pittsburg, where she met Aldolf Peter Kissner and eventually married him. However, this was not a happy marriage. Two girls are born, Olga Bertha and Emma Martha (perhaps named after Wilhelmine’s older sister). Within nine months, she lost her entire family.

Always a strong man, husband, Aldolf, died an untimely death on December 2, 1911, three days after contracting phenumonia. Shortly thereafter, her daughter Bertha became ill with whooping caught and died. Needing to work to support a young daughter and herself, Wilhelmine gets a friend to care for Emma. This young child developed spinal meningitis which claimed her life.

Wilhelmine was well liked by her nieces who called her “Aunt Minnie.” Hearing from a friend, she moved to Sedalia, Missouri where her brother also lived. There, she found work as a dressmaker. Soon, she met Joseph Benjamin Momberg, who had two ill children. She cared for them and nursed them back to health. Shortly thereafter, they were married. With this marriage, she gained two step-children, Eva Amelia Mary and Raymond. [I remember meeting “Aunt Minnie” once. My family drove to Sedalia to visit them. It was decided that she would return with us to see her Pennsylvania relatives. On the return trip, we stayed at a motel, all of us in one room. With six of us getting ready in the morning, it was a bit snug. Realizing the situation, Aunt Minnie opened the closet door and proceeded to dress behind it. She was a resourceful person, always ready for an adventure.] Aunt Minnie died February 5, 1967 after a full life of eighty-one years. Currently, a branch of the KASAK family still resides in the Sedalia area. (Don Orton)

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