Hirschboeck Family Genealogy

EARLIEST GENERATIONS

The Hirschböck/Hirschboeck (also spelled Hirschbeck in the U.S.) family, pronounced Here-sh-beck, originates in Bayern, the former province of Bavaria, in southeast Germany.

The family was Roman Catholic. Melchior Hirschböck, the earliest traceable ancestor, married Maria Anna Becitter on November 10, 1750 in Burgheim. Hirschbock had been working as a messenger of the chapter of the cathedral since about 1749. He was also a shoemaker by trade. Becitter was a widower, formerly married to the late George Becitter. Her maiden name is not known, and Becitter is probably a misspelling of her name. After Becitter died (likely around 1785), Melchior Hirschböck married Johanna Hurberin of Gansheim.

The town of Gansheim is located to the north and west of Burgheim, sixteen minutes by car. It is unclear if Damion Hirschböck, who was married in 1801, was born to Becitter or Hurberin. It is likely that Becitter may have passed shortly after the birth of her son or perhaps as a result of childbirth complications.

Damion Hirschböck, a shoemaker in the town, married Maria Anna Reichel (Reichlin) on February 4, 1801 in Burgheim. A dowry was transmitted from the bride to the groom. The only recorded child of Damion and Maria Anna was Sebastian Hirschböck, the immigrant ancestor, born in 1807 in Burgheim.

BURGHEIM, BAYERN, GERMANY

The family traces back to Burgheim (Wikipedia), a small market village in the northwestern part of the Neuburg-Schröbenhausen district of Bavaria in the administrative region called Oberbayern. The overall region is in the eastern part of Bavaria, but the town itself is located fairly close to the Baden-Wurttemberg province.

Burgheim is surrounded by Ortlfing and Stras (or Strass in English), Moos and Schnodhof (or Schnoedhof in English). Ingolstadt (about 100,000 people) is a town east of Burgheim, Augsburg (about 250,000 people) is south of Burgheim, and Donauworth (about 20,000 people) is west of Burgheim. Donauworth is the capital of the district Donau-Ries, which is also where the town of Herblingen (where my Eisenbarth family resided) is located.

The sub-region (Kreis) where Burgheim is located is called Neuburg-Schröbenhausen near Swabia and consists of the previously swampy areas between the Danube and Paar Rivers that are called the Donaumoos. Burgheim had 170 houses in 1800, with between 700 and 1,000 residents.



EMIGRATION TO WISCONSIN

In Bavaria, Sebastian and wife Maria Elisabetha Mair/Maier/Myer Hirschboeck had four children. Most Hirschboeck family members in the U.S. are descendants of one of Sebastian Hirschboeck's three sons. The family emigrated to the U.S. in 1853 and settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Details about the emigration follow.

Herschbeck, Sebastian 46/M farmer
Herschbeck, Elisabeth 52/F
Herschbeck, George 22/M
Herschbeck, Damian 21/M
Herschbeck, Nepomuc 13/M
Herschbeck, Victoria 17/F

Ship: The Tempest
From: Havre, France to New York (USA)
Arrived: Aug. 15, 1853
(source: Germans to America, p.279)

Although initially the family settled in Milwaukee, Sebastian and Elizabeth moved to Barton (present-day West Bend) in Washington County, Wisconsin in 1855. In Barton, the Hirschboeck family helped establish the St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Church. The Church is located in the former Barton, currently West Bend, Wisconsin, on Jefferson Street, between Harrison and Monroe Streets. The Old St. Mary's Cemetery still exists in West Bend, on Woodford Road just off of Highway D and behind the Moraine Park Technical College on West Bend's north side. This is the cemetery where early Hirschboeck family members were buried.

The 1870 population of Barton was just 1440. In 1880, the village of Barton had a population of 348, with the town population at 1275 (total 1689). The 1890 Census was lost and has never been located.

Photos of the family are available OnLine, including some unidentified photos of the Damian "Daniel" and Barbara (Braun) Hirschboeck family. Additionally, I provide some Hirschboeck census data OnLine.

SEBASTIAN HIRSCHBOECK CLOCK

According to cousin Ione J. Schuster on January 9, 1974, "The Sebastian Hirschboeck clock in Barton, WI is in the church tower of the Immaculate Conception Church. This information is from Mr. Alfred Schroeder, a jeweler who has repaired it on occasion. Also, his interest stems back a long time as his father helped move the clock to the new church in 1900. It first was in the original St. Mary's Church located in Barton, built in 1857."

"The clock has four faces and hours and quarter hours are struck on the church bell. It is run by weights about 100 lbs. each. The weights are hung on steel cables, which are wound around a drum. It is wound by hand, with a crank. The pendulum swings behind the organ loft and weighs approximately 100 lbs. as well. It is located in the last part of the church steeple. There are no windows there. It is reached through a trap door via ladder. It must be wound every day, keeps perfect time, but stops in the winter months when ice gets into the mechanism."

There is also a bell originally used at St. Joseph's Church in Milwaukee and transferred to the new St. Joseph's Church in Wauwatosa that is believed to have been crafted by a Hirschboeck family member -- although it is unclear who crafted it.





CIVIC PARTICIPATION AND POLITICS

Politics was integral to our Hirschboeck ancestors. Barton was overwhelmingly Democrat until at least 1900. In 1860, Barton and Washington County favored Stephen Douglas, yet the most of the Midwest (including Wisconsin) favored Republican Abraham Lincoln. In 1864, the total number of registered voters in Barton was just 42.

Sebastian Hirschboeck frequented Democratic Party Conventions in Wisconsin. His son Damian served as both a delegate to Democratic Conventions and as an officer in the town of Barton. Damian was involved in politics in Washington County. Sebastian's son John was an appointed revenue officer in the U.S. Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (for President Grover Cleveland). Johan (John) was supposed to be appointed postmaster in Kewaskum, but that promise was not carried out by Congressman Edward Bragg.

HIRSCHBOECK BROTHERS IN THE NEW WORLD

The least information is known about the oldest son, George Vincenz Hirschboeck, of whom I am a descendant. The oldest and youngest of the three brothers moved to Milwaukee; Damion "Daniel" Hirschboeck stayed in Barton. The family trade was machinery or shoemaking. Almost all of the male family members in the first and second U.S. generations were involved with one of these trades.

John (Johan) Hirschboeck's great-great-grandson Christopher J. Jaekels believes that his ancestor was named Johan after John the Baptist and named Nepomuc after Saint John de Nepomuc. (St. John de Nepomuc was the Vicar General of Prague and Patron Saint of Bohemia that was executed by drowning in the Moldau River by King Wenceslas for refusing to reveal what the Queen had told him in confession.)

According to A History of the Village of Barton, Sebastian Hirschboeck was "one of the earliest of the German craftsmen to come to the village and was a shoe and bootmaker. He and his sons were notable in commercial development and church affairs fro several generations."

Continues the book, "Another extremely important trade [in the town] was the manufacture and repair of footwear. George and Damian Hirschboeck had a shop for the manufacture, sale, and repair of boots and shoes, probably started by their father Sebastian, and this shop continued under other owners into the 1930s, when John Heindl was the last owner." (I believe the author means that Damian and his son, George, m: Katherine Hartmann, had this shop. George V. Hirschboeck, the brother of Damian and my direct ancestor, was in Milwaukee.)

George V. Hirschboeck and his wife Tillie Reichl Hirschboeck had a son, George, my great-great-grandfather. George married Josephine Lemberger. Great-grandfather Joe Hirschboeck was their son. Our branch of the family is quite modest compared to the doctors, lawyers, and academics in the other family branches. Among the famous or notable family members:

Notable Family Members

- Sebastian Hirschboeck: Emigrant ancestor; Democratic Party delegate; clockmaker for several churches in Milwaukee and West Bend, Wisconsin.
- Damian Hirschboeck: Democrat Party delegate; officer, Town of Barton Democratic Party; Treasurer, Barton School Board.
- Johan Hirschboeck: Appointee, U.S. Department of Treasury (Grover Cleveland Administration); Democratic Party delegate.
- Joseph Hirschboeck: Barton Town Constable.
- Herbert Hirschboeck, J.D.: attorney and Co-Founder of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek. (Listed in Who's Who in American Law and five editions of Who's Who in America.)
- George Hirschboeck: Barton Deputy Sheriff (1879); Foreman, Barton Volunteer Fire Department (1905-1911); postmaster, Barton Post Office (1885; 1893); and Board of Directors, Barton State Bank.
- Father George Hirschboeck: Priest and international missionary.
- Sister Mary Mercy (Elizabeth) Hirschboeck: Medical doctor, MaryKnoll nun, international missionary, world renown humanitarian. (Listed in Biography Index and The New York Times Biographical Service.)
- John Stephen Hirschboeck: Doctor and former Dean of Medical College of Wisconsin. (Listed in The American Catholic Who's Who, American Men & Women of Science, Biographical Directory of the American College of Physicians, and three editions of Who's Who in America.)
- Katie Hirschboeck: Professor of Geosciences, University of Arizona. (Listed in two editions of American Men & Women of Science.)
- Paula Hirschboeck (sister of Katie): Professor of Philosophy, Edgewood College, Wisconsin; former Dominican nun; Buddhist priest.
- John Karl Hirschboeck: Advertising executive. (Listed in three editions of Who's Who in America and Who's Who in Advertising.)
- Rob Hirschboeck: actor.
- John Francis Hirschbeck: Major League Baseball umpire.
- Mark Hirschbeck: Major League Baseball umpire (brother of John).

LIVING IN MILWAUKEE (CENSUS DATA)

The 1890 Milwaukee City Directory lists the following family members: Frank -- residing at 709 National Ave., occupation: machinist; Peter -- residing at 709 National Ave., occupation: machinist; George -- residing at 545 7th St., occupation: tinner; John D. -- residing at 691 4th St., occupation: polisher; Ottilie (wid. George) -- residing at 747 7th St.; and Philipine -- residing at 670 Jackson Ave., occupation: clerk. The 1930 City Directory includes: The George (son of George) Hirschboeck Family: Geo. (Josephine) -- residing at h701, occupation: solderer (assemblyman); Geo. H. (Katherine) -- residing at h852 26th Street, occupation: manager; and Joseph (Antonia) -- residing at 3229 Center St., occupation: soft drinks; The John (son of Damian) Hirschboeck Family: John D. (Anna) -- residing at 1809 Meinecke St., occupation: laborer; and Marie C. -- residing at 1809 Meinecke St., occupation: clerk; The Peter Hirschboeck Family: Peter (Mary) -- residing at 745 46th Street, occupation: toolmaker; Alfred J. -- residing at 745 46th Street; Robert D. -- residing at 745 46th Street, occupation: clerk; and Stephen (Katherine) -- Luick Ice Cream; The Frank Hirschboeck Family: Frances (wid. Frank) -- residing at h495 39th Ave.; Ray -- residing at 495 39th Ave., occupation: foreman; The Stephen Hirschboeck Family: Herbert -- occupation: lawyer; John S. -- residing at Kensington Blvd., occupation: student; The John (son of Sebastian b: 1807) Hirschboeck Family: Josephine -- residing at 779 2nd Street. Some additional Hirschboeck census data is available OnLine.

Great-great-great-grandfather George V. (Ottilie) Hirschboeck's last known address was 747 7th Street in Milwaukee. This location is one block east of the current I-94 in the current "Walker's Point" neighborhood (south side) and less than one block north of National Avenue. There are residences surrounding this location, but no building currently assigned that address.

Great-great-grandfather George (Josephine) Hirschboeck lived around 19th Street and Hadley near the old St. Joseph's Church, where the children were baptized. His last known address was 2035 North 30th Street. This location is about two blocks north of Lisbon Ave. and five blocks south of North Ave. at 30th Street. It's in the "Walnut Hill" neighborhood. There are several residences near the address.

Great-grandpa Joe (Antonia) Hirschboeck resided in the tavern they operated on the corner of 33rd and Center Streets, central city of Milwaukee. The exact address in the 1940 census is listed as 3233 West Center Street. The structure at this location is no longer present. Around 1945, they sold the business and then resided near 35th Street and North Avenue. They attended St. Anne's Church, where my grandmother went to school until high school, at which time she attended Messmer High School. Great-grandma Antonia Hirschboeck resided at 4037 N. 85th Street, Milwaukee's West Side, until she passed away in 2001. My grandparents resided around 33rd and Locust up until the early 1950s, and then moved to the western Milwaukee suburbs. They attended St. Anne's Church and then St. Joseph's Church.

HIRSCHBOECKS IN WORLD WARS

Hirschboeck family members serving in World War I included: Stephen Damian Hirschboeck (Chicago, IL), Frank J. Hirschboeck (St. Louis, MN), Carl Hirschboeck (West Bend, WI) as well as Alfred John Hirschboeck, Norbert Wm. Hirschboeck, Herbert C. Hirschboeck, and Paul Clarence Hirschboeck -- all of Milwaukee.

Hirschboecks in WWII included Clarence J. Hirschboeck of Illinois and Sebastian Carl, Eugene W., and Stephen L. Hirschboeck of Wisconsin. Harry D. Hirschboeck sailed on a Navy Aircraft Carrier, the Lexington (ship number CV-16), which sailed on Feb. 19, 1944. Joseph H. Hirschboeck, a technical sergeant in the army, passed away in Saint James, France during WWII on July 11, 1944. He is buried at Brittany American Cemetery.

SURNAME MEANINGS

The origins of the surname involves the combination of two parts: First, the Middle High German hir(t)z means 'deer' or 'stag', which was a metonymic occupational name for a keeper of deer, a nickname for someone thought to resemble a deer or stag, or a habitational name for someone who lived at a house distinguished by the sign of a stag; and, second, the South German böck translates to "buck." Therefore Hirschböck was an ancient Bavarian name that meant "deerbuck" or "stag deer."

The surname Maier comes from Middle High German meier, a status name for a steward, bailiff, or overseer. Originally it denoted a village headman (ultimately from Latin maior, meaning 'greater' or 'superior').

The surname Reichel is derived from a pet form of any of several Germanic personal names formed with the Germanic element ric or 'power'.

The surname Lemberger was a habitational name for someone from any of the various places called Lemberg.


Peter & Mary Hirschboeck family reunion, Abt. 1953.

A report on the death of Thomas Hirschboeck.


George and Josephine Hirschboeck and their children.

Great-grandpa Joe Hirschboeck, U.S. navy, bottom left and top square.

Great-grandpa Joe Hirschboeck's tavern at 33rd and Center, Milwaukee.



(Special notes of thanks to the late Fr. George J. Hirschboeck, Rob Hirschboeck, Chris Jaekels, Kathy Cervenka, Janice Lamers, and John Von Haden for their assistance in compiling the below information.)

If you see any connections in the below, please contact me.

Surnames of those in my direct ancestral line appear in BOLD.


Descendants of (unknown) Hirschböck

1 (unknown) Hirschböck
.. + Veronica (unknown)
........ 2 Melchior Hirschböck b: unknown d: 1785-1801 in Burgheim
............+ Maria Anna Becitter (married surname) b: unknown m: Nov. 10, 1750 d: bef. July, 1785
............*2nd Wife of Melchior Hirschbock:
............+ Johanna Hurberin b: in Gansheim, Germany m: July 19, 1785 in Burgheim d: Aft. 1785
................. 3 Damion Hirschböck b: unknown m: 1801 d: unknown
.................... + Maria Anna Reichl b: March 26, 1770 in Burgheim d: Dec. 21, 1833 in Burgheim
............................... 4 Sebastian Hirschboeck b: Jan. 16, 1807 in Burgheim d: Sept. 29, 1868 in WI
.................................. + Maria Elisabeth Maier b: Nov. 14, 1796 in Burgheim d: 1865 in WI


Descendants of Sebastian Hirschbock

1 Sebastian Hirschboeck b: Jan. 16, 1807 in Burgheim d: Sept. 29, 1868 in WI
.. + Maria Elisabetha Maier b: Nov. 14, 1796 in Burgheim d: 1865 in WI
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Notes on Sebastian and Elisabeth Hirschboeck:
.............Sebastian Hirschboeck is the immigrant ancestor, along with his wife Elisabeth Maier. His occupation for many years was a shoemaker; he established his own business in Washington County upon arrival in the U.S. in 1853. He is perhaps most noted for the clock that he built in 1857 at the age of 50 years old, which stands today at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in West Bend (formerly Barton), Wisconsin. According to Herbert Hirschboeck, when the tower clock of St. John's Cathedral in Milwaukee arrived from Europe broken, it could not be put in operation until Sebastian rebuilt the damaged parts.
.............According to A History of the Village of Barton by Dr. Richard H. Driessel, "Sebastian Hirschboeck was one of the earliest German craftsmen to come to the village. He and his sons were notable in commercial development and in Church affairs for several generations. He came to Milwaukee from Bavaria in 1853 and to Barton in 1855. He continued to be active in trade while holding several church offices and was a frequent delegate to Democratic political conventions."
.............Sebastian Hirschboeck's original shoe/boot shop was located at 316 Commerce Street, Barton, Wisconsin. Later the building became the post office in Barton. The building still stands today. The Hirschboeck residence was at 320 Commerce Street. It was built in 1892. Sebastian was buried Oct. 1, 1868 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Barton, Wisconsin.
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........ 2 George Vinzenz Hirschboeck b: July 19, 1830 in Burgheim d: Dec. 6, 1880 in WI
............+ Ottilia Reichl b: Dec. 9, 1835 in Burgheim, Bavaria d: Oct. 21, 1912 in WI
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Notes on George and Ottilia Hirschboeck:
.............Little is known about George or Ottilia. George left Washington County and settled in Milwaukee, perhaps with his younger brother John. George was a shoemaker, like his father. The 1870 Milwaukee City Directory lists Geo. Hirschboeck as residing at 545 7th Street in Milwaukee with his occupation as a shoemaker. The Wisconsin State Census, 1875, lists George living with 3 other males and 4 females in his household.
.............The 1880 Census lists him as a watchmaker. That 1880 listing for the family includes: George, 48, listed as ill; Ottilie, 46, keeping house; Barbara, 21, works in tailor shop; Damian, 18, works in foundry; Mary, 17, works in tailor shop; Elisabeth, 9, in school; George, 8, in school; and John, 6.
.............The 1910 Census for Milwaukee, ward 3, lists Ottilia Hirschboeck, age 75, and her daughter, Barbara, 50. Ottilia's primary language is listed as German. The last address of the family was 545 7th Street, Milwaukee. He is buried at Calvary Cemetery, block 5, row 218 with his wife and his children John, Dominic, Barbara, and Elizabeth. Ottilia died of heart disease.
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................ 3 Barbara Hirschboeck b: Abt. 1858 in Milwaukee d: Nov. 4, 1935 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 Damien "Dominic" Hirschboeck b: July 7, 1860 in Milwaukee d: Bef. 1905 in Milwaukee River, WI
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Notes on Damian Hirschboeck:
.............Damian was also called Dominic or Daniel. He died in Pewaukee Lake of drowning in October, 1905. He was never married.
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................ 3 Maria "Mary" Hirschboeck b: March 28, 1863 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
................ 3 Elizabeth Hirschboeck b: Dec., 1865 in Milwaukee, WI d: Dec. 12, 1865 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 John Hirschboeck b: Abt. 1866 in Milwaukee, WI d: Sept. 20, 1870 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 Elizabeth Hirschboeck b: Dec. 15, 1869 in Milwaukee, WI d: Nov. 26, 1922 in Chicago, IL
................... + Phillip Schuster b: Feb., 1867 in Wisconsin m: April 15, 1895 d: 1933-1943 in Chicago, IL
............................... 4 Elizabeth C. "Tillie" Schuster b: Abt. 1893 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
.................................. (worked at the St. Mary's Church, 320 E. 137th St./Leyden Avenue in Chicago)
.................................. + Joseph A. Weiler b: Sept. 25, 1893 in Chicago, IL m: June 20, 1918 d: April 1, 1825 in Chicago, IL
............................... 4 Raymond Francis Schuster b: March 16, 1894 in Milwaukee, WI d: June 18, 1989 in Madison, WI
.................................. + Ruth Ann Sheehan b: Abt. 1902 d: After 1975
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Notes on Ray Schuster:
.............Ray Schuster was drafted into the Army to serve in WWI on June 5, 1917. At the time he was living at 1956 W. 35th St, Chicago and was working as a sheet metal worker, employed by his father. At the time of enlistment he was single, had a medium build/slender, dark blue eyes, and light brown hair. He served until Jan. 1, 1919.
.............He also served in WWII. At the time of his draft for WII, he was living at 4059 Howard Ave. in Western Springs, Illinois and was married to Ruth. His place of employment was at 3704 S. Western Ave., Chicago.
.............According to his obituary in the Chicago Tribune, he was a "pioneer Chicago auto dealer". Ray Schuster sold Model T Fords at Archer and Ashland Avenues and later operated a Dodge dealership for many years. He attended St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 124 N. Spring Ave., La Grange, IL. He had 21 grandchildren at the time of his death in 1989.
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............................................. 5 Raymond Schuster b: Abt. 1924 d: Bef. 2003
............................................... + Marilyn (unknown)
............................................. 5 Marian Ruth Schuster b: March 26, 1926 in Chicago, IL d: Feb. 3, 2010 in Oak Park, IL
............................................... + John R. Braue, Jr. b: Oct. 21, 1926 in IL m: Feb. 19, 1949 d: Jul. 8, 2008 in Madison, WI
.......................................................... 6 Mary Braue b: Abt. 1951
..............................................................+ Dwight Brown Abt. 1951 m: July 20, 1970 in El Paso, Texas
.......................................................... 6 John R. Braue, III b: unknown d: May 10, 1975 in Edwardsville, IL
.......................................................... 6 Pat Braue b: private
..............................................................+ (unknown) Ugarte b: private
.......................................................... 6 Mark Braue b: private
..............................................................+ Ann Davidson b: private
.......................................................... 6 Laurence Braue b: private
..............................................................+ Staci Shimp b: private
............................................. 5 Barbara Ann Schuster b: Abt. 1928 in Chicago, IL d: Dec. 11, 2003 in Chicago, IL
............................................... + Robert G. Schafer b: unknown d: Before 2003
.......................................................... 6 Bert Schafer (living in La Grange, IL) b: private
..............................................................+ Claire (unknown) b: private
.......................................................... 6 Greg Schafer b: private
..............................................................+ Lois (unknown) b: private
............................................. 5 James "Jim" Schuster b: Abt. 1931
............................................... + Antonia (unknown) b: private
............................................. 5 Elizabeth Schuster b: Abt. 1935
............................................... + Robert Mulcahy b: private
............................................. 5 Phillip "Phil" Schuster b: Abt. 1940 in Lyons (Chicago), Illinois
............................................... + Margherita (unknown) b: private
............................................. 5 Thomas "Tom" Schuster b: Aft. 1940
............................................... + Luisa (unknown) b: private
............................... 4 Isabelle M. "Bella" Schuster b: July 28, 1896 in Milwaukee, WI d: Sept. 30, 1936 in Elmwood Park, IL
.................................. + Karl F. Gay m: Feb. 11, 1820
............................... 4 Loretta E. Schuster b: Sept., 1906 in Chicago, IL d: June 6, 2006 in IL
.................................. + Gerhard P. "Jerry" Reinders b: Feb 7, 1904 m: Feb. 16, 1925 d: Jan 3, 1991
............................................. 5 Dolores Reinders b: Sept. 29, 1929 in WI d: April 23, 1996 in Appleton, WI
............................................... + Robert Arft b: July 31, 1931 d: Jan. 1, 1981 in Appleton, WI
............................................. 5 Robert Reinders b: July 11, 1926 in WI d: Oct. 21, 2006 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + Dorothy Yates b: private m: 1955
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Notes on Robert Reinders:
.............Reinders graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame, BA 1947 and MA 1949. From 1949-1956, he taught at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas, Austin, in 1957. He and his wife moved to New Orleans, where Robert taught at Xavier University (1956-57) and Tulane University (1957-1965). He was active in the civil rights and peace movements serving as faculty advisor for the Tulane Liberal Club and on the boards of the New Orleans Council for Peaceful Alternatives, the Free Southern Theatre and the Louisiana Civil Liberties Union. He was the New Orleans correspondent for the Texas Observer and the Buffalo (NY) Empire Star.
.............In 1965, Reinders was awarded a Senior Fulbright Scholarship and taught adult education courses at the University of Sheffield in England. The following year, he began the first of 24 years in the Department of History and American Studies at the University of Nottingham. He also taught on a teacher's exchange at Sacramento State University and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, as well as summer schools at SUNY-Buffalo and Carroll College. He chaired the Nottingham and District Community Relations Council and helped organize the second chapter of the Caribbean Artists Movement. For more than a decade, Reinders and his good friend Fred Bazler performed multimedia shows dealing with aspects of American history throughout England and, under the sponsorship of the United States Information Service, in West Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Ireland. Reinders published a book, End of an Era: New Orleans, 1850-1860, and contributed articles to scholarly journals, including several on former Milwaukee Mayor Daniel W. Hoan. For several years, Reinders served on the board of the British Association for American Studies and edited the BAAS newsletter.
.............Upon retirement in 1990, Reinders took up residence in Milwaukee. With his cousin, Beatrice Reinders, he took an active interest in the Bay View Historical Society, serving on the board and as chairman of the Program Committee. He also was active in the Wisconsin Labor History Society.
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.......................................................... 6 Carl Reinders b: private
.......................................................... 6 Matthew Reinders b: private
..............................................................+ Noeleen (unknown) b: private
.......................................................... 6 Eric Reinders b: private
..............................................................+ Vivian (unknown) b: private
............................................. 5 John Reinders b: private
............................................... + Mary (unknown) b: private
............................................. 5 Phyllis Reinders b: private
............................................... + Gregory Jansen b: private
.......................................................... 6 David Jansen b: private
.......................................................... 6 Robert Jansen b: private
.......................................................... 6 Gary Jansen b: private
................ 3 Thomas P. Hirschboeck b: unknown d: Oct. 8, 1905 in Pewaukee Lake, Pewaukee, Wisconsin
................ 3 George Hirschboeck b: Aug. 2, 1872 in Milwaukee, WI d: Sept. 9, 1940 in Milwaukee, WI
..................... + Josephine Lemberger b: May, 1878 in Lam, Germany m: July 30, 1895 d: Mar. 11, 1933 in Milwaukee, WI
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Notes on George and Josephine Hirschboeck:
.............George Hirschbeck was baptised August 11, 1872 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His occupation was a machinist and an engineer; he is said to have made wrought iron gates and persisted in other iron work at a large mansion next to the Public Library in downtown Milwaukee. (The 1910 Census lists his occupation was "iron works." The 1930 Census lists his occupation as a solderer.) He last resided at 2035 North 30th Street, Milwaukee with the Schmidts. He was buried Sept. 12, 1940 at Holy Cross Cemetery, block 18, section A, lot 42-s, grave 4.
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............................... 4 Ottilia "Tillie" Teckla Hirschboeck b: Feb. 26, 1896 in Milwaukee d: March 1970 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. + Anthony "Tony" Schmidt b: May 24, 1896 d: Jan., 1984 in Milwaukee, WI
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Notes on Tony and Tillie Schmidt:
.............Resided at 774 25th Street, Milwaukee. In the 1940 Census, resided at 2035 N. 31st Street, Milwaukee.
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............................................. 5 Ottilia Schmidt b: June, 1914 d: June 3, 1914 in WI
............................................. 5 Geraldine Schmidt b: Abt. 1914 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................................... + Johnny Strekow b: Sept. 25, 1909 in Milwaukee, WI d: Nov. 1, 1986 in Milwaukee, WI
........................................................... 6 Joanne Strekow b: 1932 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
........................................................... 6 Mary Strekow b: 1936 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................................. 5 Coletta Schmidt b: Abt. 1920 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................................... + Orlando Iraci b: March 29, 1916 d: Feb., 1980 in Milwaukee, WI
........................................................... 6 Yvonne Iraci b: Abt. 1938 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
........................................................... 6 Orlando Iraci, Jr. b: Abt. 1939 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
.............................................................. + Patricia A. Faludi b: Sept. 19, 1936 d: Nov. 23, 2004 in Wauwatosa, WI
........................................................................ 7 Dana Iraci b: private
........................................................... 6 David George Iraci b: Abt. 1940 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................................. 5 Gwendolyn Schmidt b: Abt. 1934 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 George H. Hirschboeck b: Dec. 12, 1898 in Milwaukee, WI d: Oct. 29, 1936 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. + Katherine M. Kuchler b: Abt. 1894 in Milwaukee, WI d: Feb. 28, 1957 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 George J. Hirschboeck b: June 6, 1922 in Milwaukee, WI d: June 2, 1993 in Maryknoll, New York
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Notes on George J. Hirschboeck:
.............The Milwaukee Sentinel, April 1, 1961 profiles him in an article called "Fr. Hirschboeck Serves Skilled Workers in Japan." The article states, "Rev. George Hirschboeck bettered the working conditions of Japanese silk artisans in Kyoto. The Maryknoll Father, graduate of St. Anne's School and St. John Cathedral High School, brought Christianity to the workers by showing them it's a beautiful way to live.
.............Father Hirschboeck moved into the heart of the weaving community by first learning about the problems of the famed Nishijin silk weavers of Kyoto. He watched the silk weavers at work. The finest in the world, they even file their fingernails so they can produce the most intricate patterns. He saw their skill paid them little for many hours of work. So father Hirschboeck organized a cooperative.
.............Then he turned to the building of a church. With the help of a young Swiss priest-architect, the Rev. Karl Fruehler, Father Hirschboeck erected the Church of the Holy Spirit -- a building of contemporary architechture incorporating many of the beautiful designs and feathers of both East and West. Overnight his church became a tourist attraction noted because of its beauty and originality."
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............................................. 5 Kathleen Rose Hirschboeck b: Feb. 8, 1925 in Milwaukee d: June 1994 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + Peter Anton Hirschboeck b: Oct. 6, 1920 in Milwaukee d: April 23, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................................. [see below, under "Peter Hirschboeck", for their children.]
............................................. 5 Joyce E. Hirschboeck b: Jan. 19, 1928 in in Milwaukee d: March 1995
............................................... + Donald Van Acker b: private
............................................. 5 Jack J. Hirschboeck b: Jan 27, 1932 d: June 15, 2000 in Waterford, WI
............................................... + Yvonne Krohn b: private in Beaver Dam, WI
............................... 4 Joseph John Hirschboeck b: July 12, 1901 in Milwaukee, WI d: Nov. 13, 1964 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. + Antonia Strablegg Marsel b: May 7, 1905 in Graz, Austria m: Dec. 22, 1923 d: July 10, 2001 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Arleen Hirschboeck b: May 3, 1924 in Milwaukee, WI d: Jan. 26, 2012 in West Bend, WI
................................................ + Jannes Teller b: private
........................................................... 6 Lynn Vivian Teller b: May 9, 1945 in Milwaukee, WI d: Dec. 30, 2006 in Vancouver, WA
.............................................................. + Dean Longrie b: private
........................................................................ 7 Brian Longrie b: private
........................................................................... + Amie Marcil
........................................................................ 7 Becky Longrie b: private
........................................................... 6 Kathy Teller b: private
.............................................................. + Michael Materna b: private
........................................................................ 7 Callie Marie Materna
........................................................................ 7 Stephanie Materna b: private
........................................................................... + Darr Derge
........................................................... 6 Jann Marie Teller b: private
.............................................................. + Troy Schutz b: private
........................................................................ 7 Shane Schutz
........................................................................... + Tricia (unknown)
........................................................................ 7 Kyle Schutz
.............................................................. *2nd husband of Jann Marie Teller:
.............................................................. + Dave Uelman b: private
........................................................................ 7 Madison Uelman b: private
............................................. 5 Vivian Hirschboeck b: January 1927 in Milwaukee, WI d: July 14, 2015 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................................. + Russell Peter Kolb b: May 7, 1925 d: August 10, 2009 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................................. [click here for additional information on this line.]
............................... 4 Clarence Hirschboeck b: Dec. 9, 1912 in Milwaukee, WI d: Oct. 9, 1925 in Milwaukee, WI
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Notes on Clarence Hirschboeck:
.............Died at age 12. Buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, block 18, section A, lot 42-s, grave 1. Buried on Oct. 12, 1925.
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............................... 4 Thomas P. Hirschboeck b: unknown d: After 1925 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 John Hirschboeck b: 1874 in Milwaukee d: unknown
........ 2 Damian "Daniel" Hirschboeck b: Sept. 27, 1831 in Bergheim, Germany d: Feb. 11, 1902 in Barton, WI
............+ Barbara Braun b: April 9, 1829 in Germany d: Feb. 24, 1911 in Barton, WI
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Notes on Daniel and Barbara Hirschboeck:
.............While listed as "Damian" in most public records, Mr. Hirschboeck was called "Daniel" by close friends. He resided in Barton, Wisconsin for most of his life. In 1870, the value of his real estate was $1,000 and the value of his personal assets was $500, according to the collected census data. His occupation was a boot and shoe maker.
.............Mr. Hirschboeck was a notable, respected member of the community. The Catholic faith and the Church were integral to each of the Hirschboeck pioneers. Damian Hirschboeck was one of the three original trustees of the St. Mary's Church, which was established in September, 1857. Active in the community, Damian Hirschboeck was a member of the Barton School Board. The Board came into existence in 1854, and, sometime from 1856 to 1867, Hirschboeck served as an elected member.
.............Fraternal, benevolent, and social societies associated with the Catholic Church were important in the community, too. The St. Joseph Society for men was one of the most active, starting in the early years. In December, 1885, the society elected Damian Hirschboeck to the position of Treasurer. Hirschboeck was also an accomplished fisherman. In one season, it's reported that he caught 100 pickerel (1875). In 1879, he served on the County Fair Committee.
.............According to 1881 History of Washington and Ozaukee Counties, "Damian Hirschboeck, manufacturer of and dealer in boots and shoes, Barton; business established April, 1855. The subject of this sketch is a native of Bavaria, Germany, and is the son of Sebastian and Elizabeth (Myer) Hirschboeck; was born Sept 27, 1831; learned his trade in his native country, and came to America in 1853, making his home in Milwaukee; he worked at his trade with Bradley & Metcalf 'til April 1, 1855; he then moved to the village of Barton and started in his present business. Mr. Hirschboeck was married at Milwaukee July 4, 1853, to Miss Barbara Braun, daughter of Bartholomew and Francisca (Ohlinger) Braun; Mrs. H. was born in Bavaria, Germany; they have had thirteen children, of whom eleven are living; the two first were twins and died in infancy; those living are Joseph, who is agent of the American Express Co. at Barton; was appointed Sept. 12, 1877; Barbara, George, Sebastian, John, Elizabeth, Peter and Paul (twins), Frank A., Stephen, and Zaezelia F. Mr. Hirschboeck has served his school district in the capacity of Treasurer six years."
.............This sketch only scratches the surface of the accomplishments and community involvement of Damian and his descendants. Damian Hirschboeck is buried with his wife Barbara, his son and daughter-in-law George and Catherine, his daughter and son-in-law Barbara and Gerhard J. Woltering/Woltring, and his grandson and grandaughter John G. and Helen Hirschboeck. They are buried at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Barton, Wisconsin at row 6-7.
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................ 3 Joseph Hirshboeck b: Feb. 10, 1856 in WI d: unknown
..................... + Ellen Dolling/Dowling b: Abt. 1864 m: Sept. 8, 1885 in Farmington, WI d: Aft. 1920 in Port Chester, NY
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Notes on Joseph and Ellen Hirschboeck:
.............Ellen was also called Eleanora. Her surname is listed as Dowling or Dolan. Joseph Hirschboeck, son of Damian, clearly exhibited the leadership characteristics of his father. He was also a boot and shoe maker and merchant. In 1876 he considered buying the local tannery and starting a leather store, but entered other enterprises. In 1885, Joseph Hirschboeck bought the general store where Otten's store is presently located, from Peter Fraser. The store sold dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, flour, feed, and lumber. Hirschboeck sold that store shortly after his purchase of it, though. Joseph was also the railroad station agent in Barton the early 1880s (among the first in the town's short history), but was replaced by J.R. Nigh in 1885 when Hirschboeck bought Peter Fraser's general store. Additionally, Joseph Hirschboeck served as Town Constable. It is unclear whether or not Joseph moved to New York, or whether Helen moved to New York with her children after Joseph's death. The baseball umpires in the Hirschboeck family stem from this branch (John F. --> John J. --> John/Mark).
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............................... 4 Andrew Hirschbeck b: June 15, 1886 in Barton, WI d: unknown
.................................. + Catherine (unknown) b: Abt. 1897 in Austria d: unknown
............................................. 5 Edward Hirschbeck b: March 22, 1918 in Detroit, MI d: Aug. 1, 1981 in MI
............................................. 5 Virginia Hirschbeck b: Abt. 1922 in Detroit, MI d: unknown
............................... 4 Loretta Anna Hirschbeck b: Oct. 6, 1888 in St. Lawrence, WI d: June 6, 1980 in Stratford, Connecticut
............................... 4 John F. Hirschbeck b. March 30, 1890 in WI d: Aug. 1, 1969 in Port Chester, NY
.................................. + Cecelia C. (unknown) b: May 25, 1894 in CT d: June, 1979 in Port Chester, NY
............................................. 5 John J. "Jack" Hirschbeck b: Abt. 1927 in Port Chester, NY d: unknown
................................................ + Yvonne (unknown) b: in Port Chester, New York
.......................................................... 6 John Francis Hirschbeck b: private in Bridgeport, CT
.......................................................... 6 Mark Hirschbeck b: private in Bridgeport, CT

This is an unknown family member. It's possibly Barbara Hirschboeck Woltring.

................ 3 Barbara Hirschboeck b: Jan. 5, 1858 in Barton, WI d: Jan. 30, 1906 in Milwaukee, WI
..................... + Gerhard J. Woltring/Woltering b: 1852 in Hannover, Germany m: May 16, 1882 in Barton, WI d: 1940 in West Allis, WI
............................... 4 Ida Ottilia Woltring b: Abt. 1893 d: March 25, 1894
............................... 4 Anna Woltring b: Sept., 1894 d: Sept. 26, 1894
............................... 4 Joseph Woltring b: Sept., 1894 d: Sept. 26, 1894
................ 3 George Hirschboeck b: Feb. 19, 1860 in Barton, WI d: May 3, 1920 in Barton, WI
..................... + Katherine Hartmann b: Nov. 4, 1862 in Milwaukee, WI m: May 18, 1886 in Barton, WI
........................ d: Sept. 1, 1890 in Barton, WI
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Notes on George and Katherine Hirschboeck:
.............George Hirschboeck, son of Damian, was prominent in the Barton community. His occupation was a shoemaker. He had his home and shop on present-day Commerce Street. He not only served as Deputy Sheriff (1879), handling approximately three cases a week, but he also was a foreman for the Barton Volunteer Fire Department. The Department was established in 1900 and George was involved from 1905-1911. He was postmaster of the Barton Post Office in 1885 and 1893. In July, 1919, when the Barton State Bank was formed, G. Hirschboeck was on the Board of Directors of the first bank in Barton. This information comes from A History of the Village of Barton by Dr. Richard H. Driessel.
.............George died of tetanus (lockjaw) after injuring himself with an awl (or punch) used when working with leather, according to his great-grandson Rob Hirschboeck.
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............................... 4 John G. Hirschboeck b: April 19, 1887 in Barton, WI d: Nov. 22, 1970 in Forestville, WI
.................................. + Helen J. Mitter b: 1892 m: Oct. 30, 1916 in Barton, WI d: Jan. 5, 1942
..................................... (witnesses to the wedding: Arthur Mitter and Gertude Joanna Mitter)
............................................. 5 Margaret Hirschboeck b: unknown d: March 31, 1914
............................................. 5 Jeanette Hirschboeck b: Oct. 29, 1917 in WI d: Oct. 9, 1999
............................................... + Robert Coughlan b: Aug. 4, 1918 d: Jan. 1971
....................................................... 6 Jane Catharine Coughlan b: Jun 7, 1946 in Blue Earth County, MN
....................................................... 6 Katherine Ann Coughlan b: March 13, 1948 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Merritt John Coughlan b: March 14, 1949 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Margaret Jo Coughlan b: February 1950 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Patricia Ann Coughlan b: Jan. 29, 1951 d: May 10, 1961
....................................................... 6 Peter Michael Coughlan b: Jan. 29, 1951 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Richard George Coughlan b: Feb. 19, 1953 d: Dec. 29, 1961
....................................................... 6 Elizabeth Helen Coughlan b: July 18, 1954 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Terese Marie Coughlan b: Jan. 19, 1956 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Joseph Paul Coughlan b: Dec. 30, 1957 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Clare Mary Coughlan b: July 10, 1960 in Blue Earth, MN
............................................. 5 George K. Hirschboeck b: Feb. 8, 1922 in WI d: Feb. 11, 1988 in Blue Earth, MN
............................................... + Rosemarie Katherine Lenertz b: Jan. 1, 1923 in Mankato, MN
.................................................. d: May 9, 1970 in Mankato, Minnesota
....................................................... 6 John Robert Hirschboeck b: Feb. 8, 1955 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Mary Patricha Hirschboeck b: December 1962 in Blue Earth, MN
......................................................... + Robert L. Croce b: 1961 m: 1985 in Blue Earth, MN
......................................................... *2nd Husband of Mary P. Hirschboeck:
......................................................... + David J. Monson b: 1957 m: 1998 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Julie Hirschboeck b: Sept. 26, 1958 in Blue Earth, MN
......................................................... + Gregory J. Husak m: May 21, 1988 in Blue Earth, MN
....................................................... 6 Helen Jo Hirschboeck b: unknown
......................................................... + Tony Donald Brown b: unknown m: 1975 in Blue Earth, MN
............................................................... 7 Kalindi Rose Brown b: August 8, 1977 in Blue Earth, MN
............................................................... 7 Cody Naryan Brown b: May 19, 1980 in Fillmore County, MN
........................................................ 6 John Robert Hirschboeck b: private
......................................................... + Lori Jodelle Larson b. private
............................................................... 7 George Nicholas Hirschboeck b: Brown County, MN
............................................................... 7 Sam Benjamin Hirschboeck b: Brown County, MN
........................................................ 6 Robert John Hirschboeck b: Oct. 28, 1966 in Blue Earth, MN
......................................................... + Victoria Lee Roy b: Feb. 23, 1962 m: July 24, 1999
............................................................... 7 Katherine Rose Hirschboeck b: Dec. 21, 2000
............................................................... 7 Benjamin Robert Hirschboeck b: Jan. 9, 2003
................................. *2nd Wife of John G. Hirschboeck:
.................................. + Gertrude Stroh b: April 26, 1901 m: April 24, 1946 in Green Bay, WI d: Jan., 1973
................ 3 Sebastian Hirschboeck b: July 15, 1862 in WI m: May 17, 1886 d: April 19, 1904 in Barton, WI
................... + Theresa Hartmann b: Aug. 29, 1863 d: Nov. 3, 1919 in West Bend, WI
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Notes on Sebastian Hirschboeck:
.............Sebastian is listed in the Washington County Pilot in April of 1904. He is buried at Van Vechten Cemetery.
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............................... 4 Rosalia Hirschboeck b: March 10, 1890 in WI d: Nov. 27, 1916 in West Bend, WI
............................... 4 Carl Sebastian "Buck" Hirschboeck b: Nov. 8, 1892 in WI d: July 24, 1942 in West Bend, WI
.................................. + Anna E. Crass b: Feb. 18, 1897 d: Oct. 12, 1993 in West Bend, WI
............................................. 5 Sebastian "Carl" Hirschboeck b: June 11, 1916 in West Bend, WI d: Sept. 30, 1993 in West Bend, Wisconsin
............................................. 5 Tecla "Theresa" A. Hirschboeck b: Sept. 8, 1917 d: Oct., 2002 in West Bend, WI
............................................... + Walter Warnkey b: private
....................................................... 6 Jim Warnkey b: private
....................................................... 6 Kathy Warnkey b: private
......................................................... + Bruce Winsor
............................................. 5 Eugene William Hirschboeck b: Feb. 25, 1920 in West Bend, WI
................................................ d: May 13, 2008 in Sebastian, FL
................................................ + Wanda (unknown) m: 1947
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Notes on Eugene "Gene" Hirschboeck:
.............A graduate of West Bend High School, he proudly enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps where he served from 1940 to 1945. He served in Heavy Bomber units and in 1944, Staff Sargeant Hirschboeck became a Crew Chief on B29 Superfortress long-range heavy bombers. He served at various U.S. Air Bases in theChina-Burma-India Theater of Operations, with his final posting on Tinian.
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....................................................... 6 Ronald Hirschboeck
....................................................... 6 Noelle Hirschboeck
......................................................... + (unknown) Turner
................................................................. 7 Renee Turner
................................................................. 7 Nicholas Turner
............................................. 5 June Rose Hirschboeck b: 1920-1930 in West Bend, WI d: 1920-1930 in WI
............................................. 5 Ann Hirschboeck b: Aft. 1930 in West Bend, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Teckla Hirschboeck b: Oct. 21, 1895 in WI d: Jan. 13, 1907 in WI
............................... 4 Robert Hirschboeck b: Bet. 1889-1899 in WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Sally Hirschboeck b: Bet. 1889-1899 in WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Marie Hirschboeck b: Bet. 1889-1899 in WI d: unknown
.................................. + James Van Epps b: May 6, 1883 in WI d: June, 1968 in Weyauwega, WI
............................................. 5 Jack VanEpps
............................................. 5 Arthur VanEpps
............................................. 5 Carmen VanEpps


John Damian & Anna Hirschboeck, 1891.

................ 3 John Damian Hirschboeck b: April 18, 1864 in West Bend, WI d: 1955 in Milw., WI
..................... + Anna Margaretha Boden b: June 1870 m: Sept. 8, 1891 in Barton, WI d: 1953 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
............................... 4 Marie C. Hirschboeck b: 1894 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 (unknown) Hirschboeck b: 1902 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
................ 3 Elizabeth Hirschboeck b: Aug. 1, 1866 in Barton, WI d: 1944 in West Bend, WI
..................... + Joseph Schuster b: July 30, 1864 in Barton, WI m: Sept. 18, 1888 in Barton, WI d: 1939 in West Bend, WI
............................... 4 Edward Schuster b: April 4, 1890 in WI d: Sept. 1, 1890 in West Bend, WI
............................... 4 Celia Schuster b: 1891 in West Bend, WI d: 1940
................................. + Stanley V. Echard b: unknown d: 1930-1939 in Gary, IN
.................................... occupation: plumber
............................................. 5 Stanley Echard b: Abt. 1911 (uncertain of this date) d: Bef. 2009
............................................. 5 Lawrence Echard b: July 1, 1913 d: July 23, 2001 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Edward Echard b: Abt. 1914 (uncertain of this date) d: Bef. 2009
............................................. 5 Frances Echard b: Abt. 1923 in Gary, Indiana (living in Sun City, AZ)
................................................ + (unknown) Tanner
............................................. 5 William J. Echard b: Oct. 4, 1926 in Gary, IN d: May 22, 2009 in South Bend, IN
................................................ + Rosemary (unknown)
............................... 4 Marie Anna Schuster b: Feb. 21, 1893 in WI d: Nov., 1972 in WI
.................................. occupation: domestic servant
............................... 4 Frank Joseph Schuster b: Feb. 24, 1895 in WI d: June 1965 in WI
.................................. occupation: farmer
................................. + Eva M. Cortoni b: Sept. 16, 1902 in WI d: April 12, 2001 in Madison, WI
............................................. 5 Helen Schuster b: Abt. 1926 in Kiowa, Colorado d: unknown
............................................. 5 Joan Schuster b: Abt. 1928 in Kiowa, Colorado d: unknown
............................... 4 Ida Margaret Schuster b: Dec. 18, 1896 in WI d: May 1972 in WI
................................. + John Peter Bruecker
............................... 4 Frances Barbara Schuster b: 1898 in WI d: 1981 in WI
............................... 4 William Peter Schuster b: March 8, 1900 in WI d: Jan. 4, 1994 in WI
.................................. occupation: grocery store/meat market
................................. + Grace Drew b: Oct. 4, 1900 in WI d: July 1, 1987 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 William Schuster, Jr. b: Abt. 1929 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Helen Schuster b: March 3, 1902 in WI d: Jan. 9, 1989 in Neenah, WI
................................. + Harry G. Fredrickson b: April 4, 1893 in WI d: Jun 12, 1988 in Neenah, WI
............................... 4 Damion Paul Schuster b: 1904 in WI d: 1961 in WI
.................................. occupation: meat cutter
................................. + Ora Amour b: Feb 13, 1905 m: 1930 d: April 1, 1986 in Green Bay, WI
............................... 4 Joseph Peter Schuster b: July 28, 1906 in WI d: Nov., 1982 in West Bend, WI
................................. + Ione J. Jaeger b: Nov. 28, 1913 m: 1935 d: March 1, 1982 in West Bend, WI
............................... 4 Lawrence Schuster b: Aug. 10, 1908 in WI d: March 26, 1909 in WI
............................... 4 Barbara Schuster b: Jan. 6, 1911 in WI d: June 1, 2003 in Milwaukee, WI
................................. + Harry Jashinsky b: July 18, 1904 in Brazeau, WI m: Feb. 1, 1930 d: June 3, 1971 in Milwaukee, WI
..................................... occupation: electrician
............................................. 5 Harry John Jashinsky b: private
............................................... + Joan McGrath b: private
...................................................... 6 Lori Ann Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Mary Lyn Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Susan Marie Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Robert John Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 John Thomas Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Dan Paul Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Kim Alison Jashinsky b: private
............................................. 5 Paul William Jasen b: private
............................................... + Sonia Jensen b: private
...................................................... 6 James Paul Jasen b: private
...................................................... 6 Peter Dean Jasen b: private
...................................................... 6 Kari Christine Jasen b: private
............................................. 5 Thomas Edward Jashinsky b: private
............................................... + Janet Kosidowski b: private
...................................................... 6 Eileen Marie Jashinsky b: private
..........................................................+ Jeffrey Mittman b: private
................................................................. 7 Bradley Mittman b: private
................................................................. 7 Heather Mittman b: private
................................................................. 7 Jessica Mittman b: private
...................................................... 6 Linda Jane Jashinsky b: Aug. 26, 1964 d: 2001 in Crowne Point, IN
..........................................................+ Steven Joseph Marz b: May 11, 1963 d: 2001 in Crowne Point, IN
................................................................. 7 Abigail Jayne Marz b: private
................................................................. 7 Nicholas Steven Marz b: private
...................................................... 6 Thomas Joseph Jashinsky b: private
..........................................................+ Lisa Moeller
............................................. 5 Richard Joseph Jashinsky b: private
............................................. 5 John Joseph Jashinsky b: private
............................................... + Rosella Voiles b: private
...................................................... 6 Angela Christine Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Terri Lynn Jashinsky b: private
...................................................... 6 Luke Tyler Jashinsky b: private
................................. *2nd Husband of Barbara Schuster:
................................. + Fred Lingenfeld b: July 24, 1909 in WI d: Oct 1, 1980 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 Peter Hirschboeck b: Oct. 21, 1869 in WI d: Nov. 28, 1937 in WI
..................... + Mary Ann Luick b: Oct. 26, 1873 in WI m: Oct. 23, 1894 d: March 1967 in WI
............................... 4 Alfred John Hirschboeck b: Aug. 26, 1895 d: Sept. 4, 1954
............................... 4 Paul Clarence Hirschboeck b: April 30, 1897 d: Dec. 4, 1976 in FL
............................... 4 Norbert William Hirschboeck b: Sept. 11, 1898 in WI d: August, 1983 in WI
.................................. + Helen May Seybold b: May 13, 1901 in WI m: Sept. 26, 1929 in Waukesha, WI d: April 1, 1977 in Waukesha, WI
.................................. *2nd Wife of Norbert Hirschboeck:
.................................. + Lenore O'Brien b: Sept. 15, 1901 in Quincy, MI d: July 20, 1988 in Waukesha, WI
............................................. 5 Richard Hirschboeck b: Oct. 5, 1929 in Waukesha, WI d: Nov. 21, 2007 in Whitefish Bay, WI
............................... 4 Leonard A. Hirschboeck b: Dec. 3, 1899 in WI d: Dec. 24, 1908 in WI
............................... 4 Anita M. Hirschboeck b: Jan. 18, 1903 in WI d: Dec. 13, 1989 in FL
.................................. + Floyd Tate b: April 23, 1898 d: November, 1973 in WI
............................................. 5 Arleen Tate b: private d: private
............................................. 5 Robert Tate b: private d: private
............................... 4 Monica F. Hirschboeck b: Sept. 31, 1906 in WI d: 1939 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. + Jack Rinders b: private d: private
............................................. 5 Betty Mae Rinders b: private
............................................. 5 Jerry Rinders b: private
............................... 4 Robert Damien Hirschboeck (picture) b: March 22, 1909 in WI d: April 10, 2001 in Menlo Park, CA
.................................. + Margaret Schultz b: April 26, 1912 in WI d: April 17, 2006 in Menlo Park, CA
............................................. 5 Sandra Hirschboeck b: private
............................................... + Joseph A. Adams m: March 25, 1961 in San Mateo, CA
............................................. 5 Daniel Robert Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Robert W. Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Mary Hirschboeck b: private
............................................... + Joel M. Reiter m: May 9, 1970 in San Mateo, CA
............................... 4 Stephen L. Hirschboeck b: June 3, 1913 in WI d: June, 1987 in WI
.................................. + Helen Vonderloh b: private
............................................. 5 Thomas Stephen Hirschboeck b: Sept. 3, 1947 d: May 14, 1993
............................................... + Mary Theresa LeFevre b: 1945 m: Nov. 24, 1982 in Madison, WI d: Bef. 2009
............................................. 5 Cynthia Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + Michael Peyton
............................................. 5 Mark Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. 2nd wife of Stephen L. Hirschboeck:
.................................. + Ethel L. Knapstein Sgroi b: July 16, 1922 m: July 29, 1961 d: April 14, 2009 in Minneapolis, MN
............................................. 5 Paul James Hirschboeck b: Feb. 20, 1963 in New London, WI
............................................... + Michelle Marie Wood
...................................................... 6 Thomas Isaac Hirschboeck b: Hennepin Co., MN
...................................................... 6 Angela Jeanette Hirschboeck b: Hennepin Co., MN
...................................................... 6 Joseph Stephen Hirschboeck b: Hennepin Co., MN
............................... 4 Marie Cecelia Hirschboeck b: July 19, 1915 in WI d: unknown
.................................. + John Stanton Shea b: July 9, 1909 d: Jan. 23, 1969
............................................. 5 Timothy Patrick Shea b: March 14, 1948
............................................... + Maureen Ball m: March 17, 1969
...................................................... 6 Timothy John Shea b: Jan 19, 1971
............................................... *2nd Wife of Timothy P. Shea:
............................................... + Linda Selzer m: April, 1988
...................................................... 6 Donovan Patrick Shea b: May 10, 1991
............................................. 5 Michael Kevin Shea b: Feb. 14, 1950
............................................. 5 Kathleen Marie Shea b: Dec. 20, 1951
............................................... + John MacDonald m: Jan. 3, 1992
............................................. 5 Brigid Ellen Shea b: Nov. 27, 1946
............................................... + Richard G. Jaynes m: March 23, 1973
............................................. 5 Terrance John Shea b: May 10, 1954
............................... 4 (unknown) Hirschboeck b: Sept., 1918 d: Sept. 9, 1918
............................... 4 Peter Anton Hirschboeck b: Oct. 6, 1920 in WI d: April 23, 1991
.................................. + Kathleen Hirschboeck b: Feb. 8, 1925 in WI d: June 1994 in Brookfield, WI
............................................. 5 Jeffrey E. Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + (unknown) Cronin m: Oct. 27, 1973 in Waukesha, WI
............................................. 5 Kathy Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + (unknown) Cervenka
............................................. 5 Joel Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + Marilyn E. McCabe m: Aug. 27, 1983 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Gary Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Maribeth Hirschboeck b: private in Milwaukee, WI
............................................... + John Dale Rhemer m: Jan. 9, 1988
................ 3 Paul Damian Hirschboeck b: Oct. 21, 1868 in Barton, WI d: Feb. 16, 1950 in St. Louis, MO
..................... + Mary Eleanora Kiser b: Abt. 1886 m: Oct. 24, 1905 in Barton, WI d: 1964 in Missouri
............................... 4 Barbara K. Hirschboeck b: 1907 in St. Louis, Missouri d: 1991 in Missouri
.................................. + Peter Lawrence McNally b: 1896 in St. Louis, Missouri d: 1981 in Missouri
............................................. 5 Lawrence McNally b: 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri
............................................... + Patricia Ann Fronabarger b: 1942 in St. Louis, Missouri
...................................................... 6 Pamela Ann McNally b: private
......................................................... + Michael Brand b: private
................................................................. 7 Grant McNally Brand b: private
............................................. 5 Betty Jean McNally b: private in St. Louis, Missouri
............................................. 5 Jennifer McNally b: private in St. Louis, Missouri
............................................. 5 Patsy McNally b: private in St. Louis, Missouri
............................................... + Ronald Hollis b: private in St. Louis, Missouri
............................... 4 Harry Daniel Hirschboeck b: Nov. 17, 1908 d: June 3, 1971
.................................. + Rita Betty Avooske b: Oct. 7, 1930 d: Sept. 27, 1993 in Missouri
............................................. 5 Sharon Lee Hirschboeck b: Nov. 20, 1953 in Missouri
............................................... + John Steven Copeland b: March 4, 1954
............................................. 5 Gary Lee Hirschboeck b: May 31, 1955 d: Oct. 7, 1993
............................................... + (unknown) Auderson m: Aug. 30, 1975 in Eau Claire, WI
............................................. 5 Jeffrey Lee Hirschboeck b: Oct. 7, 1956
............................................... + Karen Diebold b: private in St. Louis, Missouri
................ 3 Francis "Frank" Anton Hirschboeck b: Oct. 8, 1869 in Barton, WI m: Sept., 1895 in Dodge County, WI d: Jan. 12, 1925 in Milwaukee, WI
..................... + Francisca Neugebauer b: April 1874 m: Sept. 3, 1895 in Milwaukee, WI d: Aft. 1930
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Notes on Frank and Frances Hirschboeck:
.............Frank Hirschboeck and family lived in the Town of Lake in the 1907 Milwaukee County Directory. He was listed as a machinist. Another residence of the family was at Old Chicago Rd., 3 blocks north of Howard Avenue, route 2, station D, Milwaukee. According to cemetery records, Frank died at this location. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, block 3, section 3, lot 6 on Jan. 15, 1925. After he died, Frances and her son Raymond moved in with Joseph Szopinski's in West Milwaukee, possibly serving as a housekeeper. They are listed, at ages 55 and 27, in the 1930 census.
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............................... 4 Ida E. Hirschboeck b: June 22, 1896 in Town of Lake, WI d: unknown
.................................. + Alfred B. Hegeman b: Abt. 1896 in Nebraska m: Abt. 1915 d: unknown
............................................. 5 William A. Hegeman b: Abt. 1918 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Richard J. Hegeman b: Abt. 1927 in Milwaukee, WI
............................... 4 Irma M. Hirschboeck b: Feb. 22, 1898 in Town of Lake, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Raymond R. Hirschboeck b: Abt. 1903 in Town of Lake, WI d: Aft. 1930
................ 3 Strophian "Stephan" Damian Hirschboeck b: Dec. 7, 1872 in Barton, WI d: in IL
..................... + Caroline Johann b: Jan. 8, 1876 in WI m: June 4, 1900 in Barton, WI d: May 1976 in Oak Lawn, IL
............................... 4 Albin Hirschboeck b: March 1, 1901 in Chicago, IL d: Oct. 20, 1969 in Erie, PA
............................... 4 Roman Hirschboeck b: March 23, 1903 in Chicago, IL d: Nov. 3, 1975 in New London, WI
.................................. + Nanetta (unknown) b: July 19, 1907 d: April, 1972 in Chicago, IL
............................................. 5 Mary Carolyn Hirschboeck b: private
................................................ + Claude C. Hribal b: July 21, 1927 in Chicago, IL d: June 13, 2007 in Hortonville, WI
............................... 4 Genevieve Hirschboeck b: Jan. 16, 1906 in Chicago, IL d: Jan., 1984 in Chicago, IL
.................................. + Albert Garrick b: in Chicago, IL d: unknown
............................................. 5 Barbara Garrick b: private in Chicago, IL
................................................. + Robert Strenge b: private in Chicago, IL
............................... 4 Clarence John Hirschboeck b: Jan. 9, 1911 in Chicago, IL d: Sept. 15, 1978
.................................. + Valerie Rose Gilhooley b: June 7, 1918 in IL d: Jan. 13, 2004 in Chicago, IL
............................................. 5 Dennis Bernard Hirschboeck b: July 31, 1941
.................................................. + Jacqueline Jeanie Calabrese b: June 27, 1945
...................................................... 6 Cindy Hirschboeck b: private
...................................................... 6 Michael Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Bernard Francis Hirschboeck b: Feb. 28, 1943
.................................................. + Jean DelRegno m: June 27, 1964 in Chicago, IL
.................................................. *2nd Wife of Bernard Hirschboeck:
.................................................. + Paulette Borlick b: Sept. 24, 1951
............................................. 5 David Wayne Hirschboeck b: Sept. 30, 1947
.................................................. + Jacqueline Dzerzak b: Feb. 9, 1950
.................................................. *2nd Wife of David W. Hirschboeck:
.................................................. + Stephanie Ellbogen b: July 15, 1959
............................................. 5 Karen Ann Hirschboeck b: March 22, 1948
.................................................. + Richard Steven Korbas b: July 3, 1948
............................................. 5 Denise Lynn Hirschboeck b: July 29, 1952
.................................................. + John Louis Hynek b: Sept. 16, 1950
...................................................... 6 John Hynek b: private
...................................................... 6 Steven Hynek b: private
............................................. 5 Gayle Mary Hirschboeck b: June 18, 1957
.................................................. + Kevin Michael Healy b: Sept. 20, 1957
...................................................... 6 Katie Healy b: private
...................................................... 6 Kyle Healy b: private
................ 3 (unknown) Hirschboeck b: Bef. 1875 in West Bend, WI d: in WI
................ 3 Cecelia Hirschboeck b: Dec., 1877 in Barton, WI d: unknown
........ 2 Viktoria Hirschboeck b: Jan./June 17, 1836 in Burgheim, Germany d: Aft. 1900 in Calumet Co., WI
............+ Louis/Andrew Pfister b: March, 1826 in Bayern, Germany m: Abt. 1854 d: Aft. 1900 in Calumet Co., WI
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Notes on Louis/Andrew and Victoria Pfister:
.............A biography of Johan Hirschboeck, brother of Viktoria, lists Viktoria and Louis Pfister as living in Hayton, near Chilton, Wisconsin. However, in the 1870 U.S. Census, the family is listed in Charlestown, Calumet County, Wisconsin. Louis Pfister is listed as a farmer. The property is worth $6,000 (very high) and the assets of the family total $365. They are both originally from Bavaria (Bayern). Living with them are their 15 year old son, John Pfister, and Fabien Heilteme, age 27.
.............In the 1900 U.S. Census, the family is listed as living in Charlestown, Calumet County, Wisconsin. They are living with their son John, his wife, and their granddaughter. Additionally, Frank Geiser, age 24, is listed as living with them. Victoria is listed as unable to speak English. In the 1905 Wisconsin State Census, Frank Geiser is replaced with Cornelius Schmitz, age 23.
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................ 3 John C. Pfister b: April, 1855 in Wisconsin d: Aft. 1930 in Charlestown, Calumet, WI
..................... + Mary (unknown) b: Jan., 1863 in Wisconsin d: Aft. 1930 in Charlestown, Calumet, WI
............................... 4 Louisa "Louise" Pfister b: Nov, 1883 in Wisconsin d: Aft. 1930 in Charlestown, Calumet, WI
........ 2 Johan "John" Hirschboeck b: April 15, 1840 in Burgheim, Germany d: Feb. 12, 1911 in Milwaukee, WI
............+ Catherine E. Sybil Hoff b: Abt. 1845 in Germany m: June 1866 in WI d: Nov. 29, 1904 in Milwaukee, WI
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Notes on John and Catherine Hirschboeck:
.............John Hirschboeck was a member of the Choir at St. Mary's Church in Barton. The Choir was established just two years after the Church's founding in 1857. His birth name was Johan in Germany, and he was apparently nicknamed Nepomuc. The 1870 Milwaukee City Directory lists John Hirschboeck as residing at 624 Galena Street with his occupation being a shoemaker. In the 1880 U.S. Census, John shows up with his family in Kewaskum, Washington County, Wisconsin. The 1900 Census (Milwaukee, ward 18) lists the family as follows: John, born April 1840; Catharine, Oct. 1844; Josephine, Oct. 1873; Johanna, Dec. 1874, occupation: saleswoman; Catharine, Oct. 1878; Frank, Aug. 1887, at school.
.............The Hirschboeck family built a house on Park Place in Milwaukee, between Oakland Avenue and Cramer Street. This was next door to Catherine Hoff's brother, John T. Hoff, and her sister Phillipine Resch and brother Stephen Hoff lived nearby. (According to Herbert Hirschboeck, they also lived on North Water Street at Juneau Avenue.) John was a shoemaker in Milwaukee during a period when the custom making of shoes was losing ground to factory made shoes. After trying the production line employment at the Bradley and Metcalf Shoe factory, John decided he didn't like it and took his family with him to Kewaskum in Washington County. There he continued custom boot and shoe making independently.
.............It was in Washington County that he became involved in politics, as a county delegate for the Democrat Party. In 1891, General Billy Mitchell's father John L. Mitchell was running as a Democrat for U.S. Senator against Congressman Edward S. Bragg. As a result of Bragg's false promise (in 1885) to appoint John Hirschboeck to the post of Kewaskum Postmaster, John helped Mitchell win the eastern counties of Wisconsin, which were heavily populated by German immigrants. Mitchell won, and served as Senator for one term.
.............According to a story from Herbert Hirschboeck, 'ole Patrick O'Meara of West Bend loved to tell on John, whose popularity had made him chairman of village and county caucuses many times. O'Meara said that in one Kewaskum caucus there were two slates of delegates, one favored by John and one opposed, to be elected to go to the county caucus. There was a tie vote and, in the excitement, John, who could break the tie, forgot to vote. What O'Meara did not mention was that both slates came en masse to the county caucus and John was able to persuade the county caucus to recognize his slate. Instead of being considered a clown for not breaking that tie, he succeeded as an able politician.
.............Eventually, he gained appointment in the U.S. Treasury Department under Grover Cleveland. In that capacity, he served as a gauger -- a revenue agent in the pre-Prohibition era. The Internal Revenue Service position (in the Treasury Department) involved voluminous record preparation and late afternoons and evenings found John with daughters, Josephine and Katherine writing with glass stylus pens to make carbon copies and checking and rechecking reports.
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................ 3 Stephen Hobert Hirschboeck b: Aug. 25, 1867 in WI d: Sept. 30, 1941 in WI
..................... + Katherine Josephina "Katie" Heiser b: Oct. 9, 1869 in Saukville, WI m: May 26, 1896 d: May 1, 1938 in Milwaukee, WI
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Notes on Stephen and Katherine Hirschboeck:
.............Stephen was early employed in the Rosenheimer general store in Kewaskum and in selling farm machinery in the surrounding countryside. He returned to Milwaukee as a young man to enter Meyer's Business College to learn bookkeeping. He made this his vocation and served several employers, finally (1915) the Luick Ice Cream Company of which he was secretary at the time of his death. One of his achievements was development of cost accounting with charts and graphs which Mr. William F. Luick proudly took him to introduce to members of the ice cream industry at meetings around the country. He was active in Milwaukee in 1863 as a member of the Deutschen Maenner Verein, a Catholic young men's society in whose roster were the names of most of the German Catholic families of Milwaukee. The social entertainment, concerts, balls, amateur theatricals and choruses of such societies were a fertile ground for romances.
.............Stephen H. Hirschboeck and Katherine J. Heiser were married May 26, 1896 by Rev. Wilmes in St. Mary's Church, Milwaukee. They lived in Gregg's duplex on Cramer Street just North of Bradford Avenue in St. Peter and Paul Parish. On Webster Place (then Summit Place), the North end of the same block, Charles Heiser built a duplex and Stephen and Katherine moved to the lower flat where their other children were born. On Kensington Boulevard between Farwell and Maryland Avenues in the North end of Shorewood it was built in 1925 and 1926. Their children were still with them. Herbert, a lawyer since 1921 was still single, Elizabeth was in Medical School and John in Marquette University High School.
.............Elizabeth finished Medical School and interned for a year at St. Francis Hospital in La Crosse. She left for Maryknoll September 28, 1928, received her habit as a Maryknoll Sister April 3, 1929 and was professed January 6, 1931. The story of her missionary service in Korea and in Bolivia and again in South Korea is told in Her Name is Mercy by Sister Maria Del Rey (Scribner 1957).
.............John, after graduation in Business Administration, entered the Marquette University School of Medicine. He received his M.D. degree in 1937 and had just begun practice of medicine when, in December, 1941, he entered service in the U.S. Navy for World War II including service in the Naval hospital on Guam. He later served as Dean of the School of Medicine.
.............Katherine Hirschboeck passed away in her home May 16, 1936. Stephen continued to live there, with John, until his death on September 27, 1941. The funeral took place at St. Robert's Church, which they had attended since building their home in Shorewood. Their last address was 2213 East Kensington Blvd. Stephen and Katherine Hirschboeck are buried in the Charles Heiser family plot at Calvary Cemetery, block 18, row 16. Their son John is buried with them along with Rosemary L. Hirschboeck (1916-1981). There are no other Hirschboeck's buried in that plot so the other children must be buried elsewhere.
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............................... 4 Herbert Carl Hirschboeck b: June 5, 1898 in WI d: April 20, 1989 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................. + Myrtle V. Dundon b: Nov. 17, 1904 d: Jan. 13, 1990 in Milwaukee, WI
............................................. 5 Nancy Elizabeth Hirschboeck b: Oct. 27, 1935 in Milwaukee, WI
.................................................. + Michael T. Jaekels b: March 7, 1930 in Milwaukee, WI
.......................................................... 6 Christopher John Jaekels b: private
............................................................. + Jean Hollwek
.......................................................... 6 Theodore Joseph "Ted" Jaekels b: private
............................................................. + Monica Haggerty
.......................................................... 6 Mia Jaekels b: private
.......................................................... 6 Andrew Gerard "Andy" Jaekels b: private
.......................................................... 6 Juliana J. "Julie" Jaekels b: private
............................................................. + (unknown) Best
............................................. 5 Catherine "Kitty" Hirschboeck b: private
.................................................. + Rollie Paluczak b: private
.......................................................... 6 Karen Paluczak b: private
.......................................................... 6 Terry Paluczak b: private
.......................................................... 6 Andrew P. "Andy" Paluczak b: private
.......................................................... 6 Katherine "Katie" Paluczak b: private
............................... 4 Elizabeth Josephine (Sister Mary Mercy) Hirschboeck
.................................. b: March 10, 1903 in WI d: Sept. 20, 1986 in New York, NY
............................... 4 John Stephen Hirschboeck, M.D. b: Feb. 4, 1916 d: Aug. 22, 1990 in Scottsdale, Arizona
.................................. + Rosemary L. Bach b: Aug. 14, 1916 d: Oct. 1, 1981 in Green Valley, Arizona
............................................. 5 Paula Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Katherine K. Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Laura Hirschboeck b: private
.................................................. + Philip Aaron Sena b: private
.......................................................... 6 Marie Sena b: private
............................................. 5 Lisbeth L. "Lisa" Hirschboeck b: Abt. 1949
.................................................. + James Petty b: Abt. 1937 m: April 9, 1977 in Alameda Co., CA
............................................. 5 John Hirschboeck b: private
.................................................. + Mary (unknown) b: private
................ 3 Phillipine/Philipina K. Hirschboeck b: March 1869 in WI d: unknown
..................... + Robert Dallmann b: Dec. 1865 in WI m: April 10, 1894 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
............................... 4 Celeste Dallman b: Sept. 1895 in Milwaukee d: unknown
................ 3 Elisabetha "Louisa" Caroline Hirschboeck b: 1871 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
..................... + James Lawrence Lewis m: April 15, 1896 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 Josephine V. Hirschboeck b: October, 1873 in WI d: Jan. 9, 1943 in WI
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Josephine Hirschboeck:
.............1930 Census lists Josephine, age 47, living with the family of Henry Fitz in Milwaukee and probably working as a housekeeper.
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................ 3 Johanna M. Hirschboeck b: December, 1874 in WI d: unknown
................ 3 Jennie Hirschbeck b: Abt. 1875 in WI d: Oct. 12, 1906 in Milwaukee, WI
................ 3 Catherine "Caty" Hirschboeck b: Oct. 1878 in Kewaskum, WI d: unknown
..................... + William Matthias/Mathias b: unknown m: June 27, 1906 in Milwaukee, WI d: unknown
................ 3 Elizabeth Hirschboeck b: Bet. 1967 and 1888 d: unknown
..................... + James Servis
................ 3 Herbert Hirschboeck b: Bet. 1868 and 1888 d: unknown
................ 3 Francis John "Frank" Hirschboeck b: Aug. 27, 1887 d: Oct. 15, 1969 in Duluth, MN
..................... + Elizabeth C. Carmichael b: Abt. 1889 d: June 29, 1940 in Duluth, MN
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Notes on Frank and Elizabeth Hirschboeck:
.............Frank Hirschboeck completed Medical School and went to the mining areas of Minnesota. He began as a mine doctor and then ended up at the clinic in Duluth, Minnesota.
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............................... 4 Elizabeth "Betty" Hirschboeck b: June 25, 1912 in MN d: April 18, 1977 in MN
.................................. + George Morrow
............................... 4 Francis John "Frank" Hirschboeck b: Feb. 4, 1916 in Hibbing, Minnesota d: Aug. 11, 1990
.................................. + Eva Rydos b: Dec. 24, 1918 in MN d: Sept. 1, 1980 in Hennepin Co., Minnesota
............................................. 5 Katherine Hirschboeck b: private
............................................. 5 Ann Hirschboeck b: in Hennepin Co., MN d: 2006 in Minnesota
............................................. 5 Mary Hirschboeck b: private in Hennepin Co., MN
.................................................. + (unknown) Heath
............................... 4 Rosemary Hirschboeck b: private
.................................. + Joseph Bauder b: private


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