Wiest, Louise

weiblich 1902 - 1924  (22 Jahre)


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  • Name Wiest, Louise 
    Geboren 3 Mrz 1902  Odessa, Gebiet Großliebental, Region Odessa, Rußland Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1, 2
    Geschlecht weiblich 
    Gestorben 24 Jun 1924  Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1, 2
    Begraben Linton, Emmons County, North Dakota, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1, 2
    Personen-Kennung I90931  Zimbelmann
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 18 Jan 2013 

    Vater Wiest, Jacob Johann Sr.,   geb. 1 Jun 1877, Rohrbach, Gebiet Beresan, Region Odessa, Rußland Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 29 Aug 1957, McLaughlin, Corson County, South Dakota, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 80 Jahre) 
    Mutter Schäfer, Katharina,   geb. 17 Nov 1877, Rohrbach, Gebiet Beresan, Region Odessa, Rußland Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 15 Nov 1911, Tell Township., Emmons County, North Dakota, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 33 Jahre) 
    Verheiratet Jun 1898  Odessa, Gebiet Großliebental, Region Odessa, Rußland Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1
    Geschieden Datum unbekannt 
    Familien-Kennung F28163  Familienblatt  |  Familientafel

  • Ereignis-Karte
    Link zu Google MapsGeboren - 3 Mrz 1902 - Odessa, Gebiet Großliebental, Region Odessa, Rußland Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsGestorben - 24 Jun 1924 - Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsBegraben - - Linton, Emmons County, North Dakota, USA Link zu Google Earth
     = Link zu Google Earth 
    Pin-Bedeutungen  : Adresse       : Ortsteil       : Ort       : Region       : (Bundes-)Staat/-Land       : Land       : Nicht festgelegt

  • Notizen 
    • Michael L. Wiest:
      Sources:
      1. Title: Harold M Wiest 2.FTW - Media: Other - Text: Date of Import: Jan 24, 2002
      2. Title: Micahel Leon Wiest.FTW - Media: Other - Text: Date of Import: Jan 24, 2002

      Marcie Graham:
      Near Edward Larvick's homestead, a little village had had several different names before Temvik became official. For some time it had been called Larvick (1902 -1910). Edward and Olaf owned several of the lots on the west side. A promoter and speulator, Templeton, wanted it named after him. A controversy ensued. At a hearing, a compromise had the result of taking "Tem" from Templeton and "vik" from Larvick, omitting the "c".
      At one time Temvik had a "shopping mall". The General Merchandise store sold groceries, dry goods, hardware, and machinery. All this under one roof, was owned by twoo farmers, Edward Larvick and William Foell. Besides there were three grain elevators, a barber shop and pool hall, a lumber yard, a cream station and a meat market. At Edward and William's GM Store, much of the merchandist was charged -- no credit cards then -- until the fall of each year after crops were harvested, threshed and sold. Too often, this ran into thousands of dollars, wich were never paid.
      One cold, blustery day in January, a farmer's wife came to the store telling about her family's dire need of warm winter clothing and blankets, but with no money to buy. Their previous years' purchases were still on the books, but Edward gave her blankets, Stockings, and underwear to avoid suffering. Countless sustomers took advantage of this kindness, but like the healed lepers of Jesus' day, forgot to even return thanks.
      Finally, it was either bankruptcy or farm and chattel mrtagages! Believing that filing bankruptcy was dishonest, mortgages were chosen. To pay off the indbebtedness to banks and wholesalers required a lifetime of sweat, toil and sacrifices for the entire family. Mother and daugher, sisters and neices helped the men with field work such as plowing, disking, harrowing, (usually walking behind), cultivating, seeding, mowing, raking, stacking, shocking Loading, the header-barge, and hauling grain. All machinery was horse drawn. With a lifetime of worry, the chattel mortgage was paid in full just 18 months before Edward's death in 1942.
      In November 1941, Edward was made aware of terminal cancer of the liver. Instead of gloom, he rejoiced that God would soon call him home. Visitors who came to cheer him, were cheeered by him, who believed, "For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Philippians 1:21. He didn't leave the family monetary wearlth; what he did leave was a great heritage of love for Christ
      Burial: Unknown, St. Michael Catholic Cemetery/ near Linton, North Dakota

  • Quellen 
    1. [S120] Marcie Graham, Uwe Zimbelmann, (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/r/a/Marcie-A-Graham/index.html).

    2. [S117] Michael L. Wiest, Uwe Zimbelmann, (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2713807&id=I11444).