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Theresa Mary Goffinet

Theresa Mary Goffinet
b. 13 August 1875, Leopold Township, Perry County, Indiana, to Adolph and Mary Josephine (Rhodes) Goffinet
d. 20 August 1967, Winter Township, Sawyer County, Wisconsin

m. 18 October 1892, Leopold Township, Perry County, Indiana
Joseph Longly
b. 15 May 1864, Paris, France, to Hubert and Catherine (Harman) Longly
d. 5 June 1945, Winter Township, Sawyer County, Wisconsin

Children with Joseph Longly:
• Alfred (1893-1972) married Anna Johnson
• Clara Catherine (b. 1895) married Harold L. Barnett
• Joseph Henry (1896-1898)
• Catherine Helen (1898-1986) married Erhardt H. Huber
• Louis Joseph (1900-1945) married Victoria Huber
• Minnie Adeline (1902-1983) married John J. Eder
• Joseph Francis (1907-1990) married (1) Hazel Chase, (2) Isabell [–?–]
• Stella (1909-1994) married (1) Edmund Mark Haske, (2) Robert Ryan
• Elmer (1912-1935) married Esther Emma Kielbeau
• Wilma Marie (1915-1996) married Joseph Anthony Haske
• Raymond Louis (1919-1940) married Bernice Eleanor Golonka

Their youngest son was born in Winter, Wisconsin; all others were born in Leopold Township, Perry County, Indiana.

Submitted by:
Mary F. Crook
Kingman AZ
E-mail: mcrook@rraz.net

Henry George Keilman

Henry George Keilman
b. 2 January 1855, Perry County, Indiana, to Jacob and Katharine (Knieriem) Keilman
d. 13 April 1925, Aledo, Mercer County, Illinois

m. 29 June 1884, Perry County, Indiana
Carolina Carrie Anna Ploch
b. 15 January 1856, Perry County, Indiana
d. 16 May 1931, Aledo, Mercer County, Illinois

Children with Carolina Carrie Anna Ploch:

  • Burton “Burt” Wesley Clarence (b. 1885) married (1) Adeline Goffinet, (2) Pearl Glenn Rosenbaum
  • Alta Suzanna (1887-1950) married Jesse Omer Waggoner
  • Ernestine “Tena” Catherine (1890-1945) married Clyde Holmes
  • Carrie May (b. 1893) married Frank A. Little
  • Corinne (1897-1976) married Melvin Kenneth Bellows

Henry resided in Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana. He moved to Mercer County, Illinois, about 1900.

Henry Keilman’s mother, a German immigrant, spoke no English, like many immigrant women of the time. Henry stayed in Indiana in spite of plans to move to Illinois after a younger brother raced off to that same location, until his mother died and could be buried with her husband. By the time Henry arrived in Illinois, the best farmland was already occupied.

Submitted by:
Jessie-Mae Sanderson
Livonia MI