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Heinrich Simon (Henry) Humke Öffnen Blatt

Q22 Q119 Q19
* 27.04.1855 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
† 12.06.1935 Clark County, (Wisconsin)
Vater: Jobst Henrich Conrad (Conrad S.) Humke
Mutter: Caroline Henriette Reineking (Büker, Humke)
Herkunft: Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
Lebensphasen von Heinrich Simon Humke:
seit 1879 (u) Farmer, Warner, Clark (Wisconsin)
Notizen / Bilder zu Heinrich Simon Humke:
Ehefrau: Anna M. Kippenhan
HUMKE, Henry Simon (27 April 1855 - 12 June 1935)

Henry S. Humke was born at Franklin, Sheboygan Co, Wis April 27, 1855. In 1874, he, together with several other young men from Sheboygan Co, founded the West Side Reformed Church and built the first church, a log structure. In 1877 he procured the land and began clearing the farm on which he has lived ever since, steadfastly refusing to retire and move to town. In 1879 he built a hewed log house and in Nov of the same year he was married to Miss Anna Kippenhan of Kohlsville, Washington Co, Wis and immediately moved to his farm. Mr. Humke served his Township as Supervisor, Chairman and Treasurer. At the time the Town of Warner consisted of the territory now comprising the Towns of Warner, Mead and Butler. In 1910 when the present church and parsonage were built Mr. Humke was an Elder of the church and also a member of the building committee. He was called to his final reward June 12 1935. Mr. Humke leaves to mourn his loss his wife, three sons Theodore, Arthur, and George, four daughters Meta (Mrs. Fred Decker) Ella, (Mrs. Ed. Schwarze son of John and Catherine Zeisel Schwarze), Alma (Mrs. Wm. Steiger) all of Greenwood, Wis., Lena (Mrs. Paul R. Rossman), Lewiston, Idaho. One son Edward preceded him in death in 1916 at the age of 19 years. Funeral services were held from the West Side Reformed church. Interment was made in the church cemetery. Pall bearers were six grandsons George, Herbert and Harold Humke, Theodore and Walter Schwarze and Elmer Stieger.

Among those from away who attended the funeral were Atty. and Mrs. Herb S. Humke, Sheboygan, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Humke and Dr. Ed Humke Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Arpke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arpke and Miss Bertha Sieker, Franklin, Wis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stork, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bartell and John Kippenhan Sr., Hilda and Roland Kippenhan of Appleton, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schweinler, Mosinee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Werneke, Mr. and Frs. Fred Reineking, Plymouth, Wis., and Anthony Wenzel, Neillsville, WIs.

Status: Geburtsort_in_der_USA
Forscher: Simone Quadfasel
Quellen: Keyes, wvls, findagrave
Letzte Änderung: 22.10.2015

4 Johanningsmeier wird Humke Simon Henrich, Kleinkötter
~ 26.12.1772 Langenholzhausen † 19.04.1842 Langenholzhausen
oo 04.03.1798 Langenholzhausen
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2 Humke Jobst Henrich Conrad
* 22.01.1816 Langenholzhausen † 24.12.1896 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
oo 1/2 1850 (n) Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin) (?)
5 Höfemeier Anne Maria Ilsabey
* 16.02.1772 (v) Langenholzhausen (?) † 27.05.1846 Langenholzhausen
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1 Humke Heinrich Simon
* 27.04.1855 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin) † 12.06.1935 Clark County, (Wisconsin)
6 Böger wird Reineking Johann Friedrich Wilhelm, Tischler
* 1789 Möllenbeck † 09.1861 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
oo 1/3 10.06.1816 Langenholzhausen
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3 Reineking Caroline Henriette
* 21.05.1817 Langenholzhausen † 15.10.1896 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
7 Bilstein Marie Sophie Louise
* 16.03.1787 Langenholzhausen † 1847 Herman, Sheboygan (Wisconsin)
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