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  • Valentine Zimmermann
  • August Ziemermann & Olga Zimermann
  • Nicholas & Katherine Zimmermann
  • Elmer E. Zimmermann


  • Valentine Zimmermann
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Paula Floyd has a church death card for Valentine Zimmermann, born April 5, 1843 in Boppard on the Rhine.   The card indicates that he died March 18, 1903 in Milwaukee.   Paula found the card in the belongings of her grandmother, Barbara Plutz, born September 24, 1888, in Dundas, WI.   Barbara was married to George Raple, born July 26, 1887, born in Cato, WI.   If you think you may be a descendant of Valentine please contact Paula. Posted October 1998

    Because there may be a tie in between Barbara and George's families and Valentine, here is additional information about the Plutz and Raple/Rapl families:

    Parents of Barbara (Plutz) Raple:

  • Joseph Plutz (Nov 25,1841 to March 21,1911)
  • Barbara Seidl (June 7,1848 to July 19, 1905)

    Parents of George Raple:

  • John Rapl (1832 to August 3, 1891)
  • Franciska Forster (August 24, 1850 to 1883)

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    August Ziemermann & Olga Zimermann
    Sheboygan, Wisconsin

    The names of August Ziemermann and Olga Zimermann appear on a list of those buried in the CII Section of the Sheboygan Lutheran Cemetery. Their graves are located in Plot 129 and Plot 72, respectively. The list was compiled by Debie Blindauer and her family.

    Visit Debie Blindauer's Sheboygan web site in order to view the Sheboygan Lutheran Cemetery Listing. Select the link for "Sheboygan County", then click the "Cemeteries" category which includes Sheboygan County Cemeteries. You will find the Lutheran Cemetery (listed as cemetery #71) under the "Sheboygan City & Township". Select "Lutheran Cemetery Section CII" in order to view the listings for August Ziemermann and Olga Zimermann. Be sure to read the "Special Note" printed at the top of the page. The list is alphabetical by last name.

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    Nicholas & Katherine Zimmermann
    Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

    Paula Johnson-Marsolek shared the following information with the Zimmermann mailing list in January 2001. In particular Paula describes a double grave for Nicholas and Katherine Zimmermann which Paula found in the same cemetery as her ancestor Maria Elizabeth Zimmermann.

    "I was wondering if these Zimmermanns sounded familiar to anyone. My ggg grandmother was Maria Elizabetha Zimmermann. She was born February 22, 1799. Her husband was Heinrich Paul Noe (b. October 10, 1791, d. May 23, 1837). I don't know where Maria was born but Heinrich died in Webenheim, Pfalz, Germany. They were also married in Webenheim. The Noe family were Huguenots and moved from the Alsace Lorraine area of France to the Mittelbach and Zweibrücken area of Germany. Maria emigrated to Wisconsin in 1843 with her 2 children. Maria is buried in a very little cemetery in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

    In that same cemetery, and over a little from Maria, are the graves of Nicholas and Katherine Zimmermann. Nicholas' vitals are February 23, 1788, to April 14, 1874, and Katherine is Jan. 1 1801 to August 11, 1861. They share a headstone and it has "Mutter" and "Vater" on it. That also tells me that they had children but I have no idea as to who they might be. I'm just guessing but I believe their headstone is only 50 years old or so (according to the style) so I'm hoping that there are still descendants in the area.

    I don't know anything else about them but I'm wondering if Nicholas could be Maria's brother. They are the only Zimmermanns in the cemetery and the dates they were all born is pretty close to each other. I've written for their death certificates but no one has any record for them.

    So I'm wondering if any of these names sound familiar to anyone. Either in Wisconsin or in Germany. Or if anyone else thinks that they might be related like I'm thinking. And if anyone has any hints or suggestions, I would really really appreciate it!" :)

    Paula Johnson-Marsolek
    PJMARSOLEK@aol.com
    http://pjmarsolek.topcities.com/index.htm

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    Elmer E. Zimmermann
    Merrill, Lincoln County, Wisconsin & Clinton, Clinton County, Iowa

    OBITUARY
    Clinton Herald, Saturday, October 24, 1998, Page 11
    ELMER ZIMMERMANN FUNERAL MONDAY
    Clinton -- The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Zion Lutheran Church for Elmer E. Zimmermann, 98, of Clinton. He died Friday in the Alverno Health Care Facility.

    The Rev. Brian "Pete" Hagglund will officiate. Visitation will be from noon until the service hour Monday at the church. Burial will be in Clinton Lawn Cemetery. Nelson Funeral Home, Clinton, is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Jacob Job, Marvin Nissen, LeRoy Schoenig, David May, Herbert Freyer and Ed Reed.

    He was born Jan. 2, 1900, in Merrill, Wis., to Ferd and Ida Krakow Zimmermann. He married Martha Marske, June 14, 1930, in Clinton. She died Jan. 8, 1992. He was a farmer in Wisconsin, Thompson, Ill., and in Clinton and the Goose Lake area. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and its Lutheran Brotherhood.

    Survivors include two sisters, Rose Curtis of Merrill, Wis., and Elta Reedich of Marengo; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by brothers and sisters. Death date: Oct. 23, 1998.

    This obituary was submitted by Patti Laessig to the Clinton Co. Ia Obituaries.

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