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Frieman(n)   Family
Elkton and Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
Descendents of
Herman Frieman & Maria Johannah Bergfeld
Henry Herman Friemann
Born May 27, 1831
      in Hannover, Stadt Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany
Immigrated to the United States of America in 1859
Died on August 11, 1896
      in Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
 
tombstone of Herman Friemann
Maria Johannah (nee Bergfeld)
Born October 5, 1831 in Germany
the daughter of Wilhelm & Maria (nee Denneman) Bergfeldt
Died on March 8, 1885
      in Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
Buried March 10, 1885
      in Saint John's UCC of Johannisburg, Cemetery
tombstone of Johanna Friemann

 
Known children of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman :
 
      1. George W. Frieman
 
      2. William Henry Friemann
 
      3. Rheinholdt John Friemann
 
      4.Anna Frieman
 
      5. Frederica Katherine "Carrie" Frieman
 
      6. Herman F. Frieman
 
      7. Mary Frieman
 
      8. Henry Conrad Frieman

 

Side Notes : Newspaper article from November 7, 1905 - Friemann relationship is unknown
 

 
1. George W. Friemann
      the son of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
            Born on April 14, 1859 (possibly on a ship, at sea) (census shows him born in Illinois)
            Married Marie Wahl (b: about 1858 - _?_) on April 20, 1880 at Darmstadt, St. Clair County, Illinois
                        She was the daughter of Reinhardt & Caroline (nee Baumgarten) Wahl
            Died on March 3, 1883
            Buiral was either in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois or in Kansas
 
Children of George W. & Marie (nee Wahl) Friemann :
            1.1 Reinhardt Henry Friemann
                        Born on December 31, 1880
                        Baptized in Febraury 1881
                        Married Anna R. Stolte (b: about 1884- _?_)
                        Registered of the World War I draft on September 12, 1918
  WWI draft reg 1 WWI draft reg 2
                        Died on June 13, 1935 in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri
                        Buried in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri
                        See : Obituary of Reinhardt Henry Friemann
                        Children of Reinhardt Henry & Anna R. (nee Stolte) Friemann :
  1.1.1. George F. Frieman
      Born about 1909
      Married Nina Iona Rednour
            She was the daughter of Charles & Eva (nee Hansen) Rednour
            She was born on August 20, 1910 in Percy, Randolph County, Illinois
            She died on December 31, 1993 in Maryville, Madison County, Illinois
            Buried in Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery, Collinsville, Madison County, Illinois.
            See : Obituary of Nina (nee Rednour) Friemann
      Children of George F. & Nina (nee Rednour) Friemann :
                  1.1.1. - 1. James Loyd "Jim" Friemann
  Born on April 4, 1936, in Collinsville, Madison County, Illinois
Died on February 21, 2013 in Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois
He will be cremated and remains at Jefferson Barracks Nat'l Cem. in St. Louis, Mo.
Obituary is listed in the Mt. Vernon Register-News at :
            http://register-news.com/obituaries/x564660183/Jim-Friemann
                  1.1.1. - 2. George R. Friemann
                  1.1.1. - 3. Jerry L. Friemann
                  1.1.1. - 4. Evalyn Friemann (married William Hook)
                  1.1.1. - 5. Darlean Friemann (married Norman Sheroky)
1.1.2. Russell Henry Frieman
      Born on November 12, 1912
      Died on October 9, 1974
      Buried on October 11, 1974 in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri - Lot K, O, 1242

 
2. William Henry Friemann
      the son of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
      Born on February 8, 1861 in Lively Grove Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Nancy Lucinda "Nannie" Kingston on July 8, 1890 in Lively Grove Township, Washington County, Illinois
                  She was born on August 13, 1869 in Franklin County, Illinois
                  She died on December 9, 1950 and burial was in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
                  See : Obituary of Nancy Lucinda "Nannie" (nee Kingston) Friemann
      Died on March 9, 1934 in Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of William Henry Friemann
      Children of William Henry & Nancy Lucinda "Nannie" (nee Kingston) Friemann :
 
            2.1. Albert Henry Friemann
                        Born on June 24, 1891 in Stone Church, Washington County, Illinois
                        Married Nellie Kurtz on January 21, 1915
  She was the daughter of Jake & Ada Kurtz
She was born on August 3, 1894
She died on March 19, 1983
                        Died February 22,1919,at the age of 27 in Coulterville, Illinois
                        Buried in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
                        Children of Albert & Nellie (nee Kurtz) Friemann :
  2.1.1. Velma I. Friemann
      Born on November 30, 1913
      Married Leonard Lawless
      Died about 2007
      Buried in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
2.1.2. Howard K. Friemann
      Born on November 5, 1915
      Married Sylvia Waller on April 28, 1937
  She was the daughter of Thomas S. & Birdie Ann (nee Henry) Waller
She was born on May 17, 1914
She died on January 1, 1988
She is buried in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
      Died on December 9, 2013 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
      Buried in Coulterville City Cemetery, Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Howard K. Frieman
      Howard & Sylvia (nee Waller) Friemann had four children.

            2.2. Mary Bertha Friemann
                        Born on July 27, 1893
                        Married 1. Theodore Freier on July 8, 1913
                                    He was born about 1899
                                    Note : On the 1930 census He is listed a 'widowed' and living with children, Opal & Wilber, in E. St. Louis, IL
                        Married 2. Delbert Ward Little on March 29, 1928 in St. Louis, Missouri.
                                    He was born on July 15, 1896
                                    He died on June 30, 1970
                                    He is buried in Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois.
                                    See : Obituary of Delbert Ward Little
                        Died in July 1986
                        Buried in Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
 
                        Children of Theodore & Mary Bertha (nee Friemann) Frier :
  2.2.1. Nancy K. Freier
            Born & Died on May 3, 1914
            Buried in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
 
2.2.2. Opal Freier
            Born on April 13, 1918
            Married 1. Roy Fritz Schneidewind
                        He was the son of George & Olga (nee Bollmeier) Schneidewind
                        He was born on February 19, 1913
                        He died on May 2, 1988
            Married 2. _?_ possibly, & between 1988 and 2004
            Died on Janaury 3, 2004
            Buried in Tilden, Randolph County, Illinois
  2.2.3. Wilber C. Freier - unmarried
            Born on July 27, 1921
            Died on July 28, 1976
            Buried in Marissa, St. Clair Co., IL
 
Wilber Freier
      Wilber C. Freier , 55, of R. R. 1, Marissa, died Wednesday, July 28, 1976 at Bethesda General Hospital, St. Louis. He was a farmer.
      Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Bertha Little, nee Friemann, R.R. 1, Marissa; a sister, Mrs. Opal Schneidewind, Marissa; and a half-brother, Claude Little, R.R. 1, Marissa.
      Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Finger-Heil Funeral Home, Marissa, Burial was in Marissa Cemetery.
                        Child of Delbert W. & Mary Bertha (nee Friemann) Little :
  2.2.4. Claude Little
Born on January 22, 1932
Married Joan Irene Muhlholland on June 7, 1952

 
            2.3. George Kingston Friemann
  Born on June 29, 1895
Married 1. Anna Alfeldt on January 7, 1918
            She was the daughter of John R. & Helena (nee Roethemeyer) Alfeldt
            She was born on March 22, 1900 in Plum Hill, Washington County, Illinois
            She died on July 10, 1921 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
                        (Her death occurred while she was 7 or 8 months pregnant with first child - believed to be a heart attack)
            She is buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
Married 2. Frances Hattie Neuhaus on November 7, 1923 - they were later divorced.
            She was the daughter of George & Ellen (nee Smith) Neuhaus
            She was born on September 28, 1902
            She died on November 6, 1988
            She is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
            See : Obituary of Frances Hattie Friemann
George & Frances Friemann 1923 wedding photo
George Friemann
&
Frances Neuhaus
November 7, 1923
  George & Frances Friemann 1934 photo
George & Frances Friemann
1934
in back - Harold Friemann
front left to right
Homer, Stanley, & Dwight
Friemann

      Children of George and Frances Friemann :
  2.3.1. Harold George William Friemann (1925 - 2011)
2.3.2. Eugene Friemann (April 17, 1928 - April 18, 1928)
2.3.3. Stanley Robert Friemann
            Born on May 24, 1930 in Wood River, Madison County, Illinois
            Married Patrica A. Cross on June 30, 1966
            Died on June 13, 2007 in Alton, Madison County, Illinois
            See : Obituary of Stanley Robert Friemann
2.3.4. Homer Lee Friemann (1932 - 1962)
2.3.5. Dwight Merle Friemann
            Born September 5, 1933 in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
            1953 - 1973 20-year career in United States Air Force
            Married Virginia Lee Fite on March 20, 1957
            Died on November 21, 2005 in Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois
            See : Obituary of Dwight Merle Friemann
2.3.6. JoAnn Florence Friemann
            Born in1937
            Married Kenneth Day
2.3.7. Velma Pearl Friemann
            Born in1942
            Married _?_ Rice
Note : ? Caroline ? - the obituary of Frances H. Friemann lists a daughter,
            Caroline Friemann, preceding her in death;
            she is not listed in Stanley or Dwight's obituaries.
Married 3. Mrs. Delores Dee Stark on December 13, 1952
      George & Delores had two daughters
Married 4. Mrs. Clara (nee Frier) Siedow on March 12, 1965
Died on November 15, 1965
Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois

 
Note :
Edward Henry Alfeldt & Anna M. (nee Alfeldt) Frieman were brother and sister.
Anna M. Alfeldt was the first wife of George Kingston Friemann, son of William Henry & Nancy Lucinda (nee Kingston) Friemann
Edward Henry Alfeldt married Irene Blanche Frieman, the daughter of Henry & Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
William Henry Frieman & Henry Conrad Frieman were brothers.
 
            2.4. William Henry "Willie" Friemann
  Born on September 16, 1897
Died on September 14, 1898
Buried in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois

 
            2.5. Jenny Pearl Friemann
                        Born on November 18, 1899 in Washington County, Illinois
                        Married Conrad Reuss on July 26, 1918 in Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois
  He was the son of August & Anna (nee Fenner) Reuss
He was born on December 16, 1895
He died in November 1986
                        Died on June 26, 1985 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
                        Buried in Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
                        See : Obituary of Pearl J. (nee Friemann) Reuss
                              2.5.1. Nancy Anna Arvella Reuss
  Born on September 29, 1919
Married Elmer George Lehman on September 13, 1941
      He was the son of Ernest Richard & Elizabeth (nee Kinzel) Lehman
      He was born on August 29, 1915
      He died on July 20, 2006
      He is buried in Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
Elmer & Nancy Lehman had 2 sons and 1 daughter.
                              2.5.2. Blanche Julia Lucinda Reuss
  Born on November 28, 1923
Married Milton Paul Schmierback on April 29, 1944
      He was the son of Arthur & Dora (nee Waeltz) Schmierback
      He was born on October 9, 1922
Milton & Blanche Schmierback had 3 sons
                              2.5.3. LaJune Reuss
  Born on February 19 1926 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
Married Robert L. Fulton on June 10, 1950
      He was the son of Vernon & Florence (nee Nitzache) Fulton
      He was born on March 18, 1929
      He died on March 19, 1984
      He is buried in Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
Robert & LaJune Fulton had 1 son and 1 daughter.
                              2.5.4. Lawrence Eldon Reuss
  Born on May 21, 1932
Married Marilyn Rae Church on December 5, 1953 in Tilden, Randolph County, Illinois
      She was the daughter of Ray & Grace (nee Hemphill) Church
Lawrence & Marilyn Reuss had 2 sons.

 
            2.6. Lucinda Laura Friemann
  Born on February 1, 1902
Married George William Kiefer on December 4, 1918 in Tilden, Randolph County, Illinois.
      He was the son of Henry & Katie M. (nee Hermann) Kiefer
      He was born on March 13, 1899
      He died in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      He is buried in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois.
Died on April 17, 1989
Burid in Coulteville, Randolph County, Illinois.
George & Lucinda Kiefer had 2 sons.


 
3. Rheinholdt John Friemann
      the son of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman(n)
      Born on November 15, 1862 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Mary Ann Reuss on August 7, 1888
                  the daughter of George and Dora (nee Bollmeyer) Reuss
                  She was born on February 26, 1865 in Darmstadt, Illinois.
                  See : Obituary of Mary A. (nee Reuss) Frieman(n)
      Died on Febraury 6,1938 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Burial was in Coulterville Cemetery, Coulterville, Illinois.
      See : Obituary of Rheinholdt John Friemann
 
      Children of Rheinholdt John & Mary Ann (nee Reuss) Friemann :
  3.1. Anna L. Frieman
      Born on August 24, 1890 in Stone Curch, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Walter W. Hood on Septeber 8, 1910 at Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
            He was the son of Samuel & Della (nee Duckworth) Hood
      Died on March 10, 1969
      Buried in Coulterville Cemetery, Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Anna L. Hood
 
3.3. Johannah Marie "Hannah" Frieman
      Born on October 22, 1891 in Stone Church, Washington County, Illinois
      Married John Foster Carson on August 1, 1912 in Darmstadt, Illinois
            He was the son of John F & Maggie Jemina (nee Piper) Carson
            He was born on May 6, 1893
            He died on May 8, 1982
            He is buried in Caledonia Cemetery, Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
            See : Obituary of John F. Carson
      Died on March 29, 1971 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
      Buried was in Caledonia Cemetery, Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Johannah Marie (nee Frieman) Carson
 
      Children of John F. & Johannah Marie (nee Frieman) Carson
  3.3.1. Lester Frieman Carson
      Born on April 24, 1913 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Maxine Livingston on October 1, 1938 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
            She was born on October 1, 1919
            She died on December 28, 1987 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Gerogia
      Died on January 28, 1980 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Lester F. Carson
      Lester & Maxine Carson had one son that died at birth
 
3.3.2. Margaret Mary Carson
      Born on January 7, 1915 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Robert Moffet in September 1933
 
3.3.3. Norman Aubrey Carson
      Born on April 4, 1916 in Glenwood, Pope County, Minnesota
      Married Mary Neely on December 26, 1942
            She was born on July 1, 1920
      N. Aubrey & Mary Carson had two daughters
 
3.3.4. Foster Bernell Carson
      Born on August 23, 1919
      Died on September 12, 1919
      Buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
 
3.3.5. Byron Burnell Carson
      Born on December 6, 1920
      Married Vada Fay Johnson on August 18, 1946 in McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Illinois
            She was born on February 1, 1920
      Died on March 8, 1971 in McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Illinois
      Both Byron & Vada Carson are buried in in McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Illinois
      Children of Byron & Vada Carson :
            3.3.5. - 1. Byron Burnell Carson, Jr. - born in 1948
            3.3.5. - 2. James Leland Carson - born in 1949

 
  3.4. Verne August Friemann
      Born on May 18, 1905 in Okadale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Rose L. Behrens on June 9, 1924
            She was the daugher of Fred & Caroline (nee Hassebrock) Behrens
            she was born on June 1, 1904 in Plum Hill, Washington County, Illinois
            She died on January 3, 1998 in Clifton, Iroquois County, Illinois.
            She is buried in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
      Died on Febraury 7, 1989 in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
 
      Children of Verne & Rose Friemann :
            3.4.1 Marie M. Friemann
                  Born in 1925
                  Married Frank Crouch
                  Died in 2010
                  Frank & Marie Crouch had 3 daughters
 
            3.4.2. Herschel R. Friemann
                  Born in 1926
                  Married Joyce D. Gillison
                  Died in 2007
                  Buried in Clifton, Iroquois County, Illinois
                  Herscel & Joyce Friemann had 2 sons and 2 daughters

 

 
4. Anna Frieman
      the daughter of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
            Born on March 22, 1865
            Married Leon Bouas
                  He was born on September 28, 1861
                  He died on December 2, 1938
            Died on May 12, 1928
                  Children of Leon & Anna (nee Frieman) Bouas
  4-1. Mary Belle Bouas
      Born on April 12, 1887
      Married Milburn Hawkins
            He was the son of James Hawkins
            He was born on January 15, 1898 near Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
            He died in 1970
            See : Obituary of Milburn Hawkins
      Died on June 21, 1962
      Buried in Coulterville Cemetery, Coulteville, Randolph County, Illinois.
      Milburn & Mary Hawkins had five children
 
4.2. Bernard Bouas
      Born on June 24, 1888
      Married Margaret M. Bicket on September 20, 1915
            She was the daughter of James & Sarah (nee Ernest) Bicket
            She was born on November 16, 1893 in Swanwick, Perry County, Illinois
            See :Obituary of Margaret M. Bouas
      Died on May 21, 1960
      Buried in St. Anthony's Cemetery, Lively Grove, Washington County, Illinois
      Bernard & Margaret Bouas had one daughter
 
4.3. Herman Prentice Bouas
      Born on December 19, 1890
      Married Gertrude Margaret Mazander on December 1, 1914 in Nashville, Washington Co., IL
            She was the daughter of Reinhold Joseph & Margaret ann (nee Weber) Mazander
            See :Obituary of Gertrude Margaret Bouas
      Died on April 6, 1936
      Buried in Coulterville Cemetery, Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
      Herman & Margaret Bouas had five children
 
4.4. Frank Alphonse Bouas
      Born on June 10, 1898 or 1899
      Married Ethel Marie McCauley
            She was the daughter of Benjamin & Nancy McCauley
            See :Obituary of Ethel Marie Bouas
      Died on May 6, 1965 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois
      Buried in Coulterville Cemetery, Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois
 

 
5. Frederica Katherine "Carrie" Frieman
      the daughter of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
      Born on April 10, 1867 in Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Henry Kroener on November 11, 1891 in Washington County, Illinois
                  He was born on June 20, 1863
                  He died on January 31, 1949
      Died on October 21, 1950 in Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Frederica Carrie (nee Frieman) Kroener
            Children of Henry & Frederica Katherine "Carrie" (nee Frieman) Kroener
  5.1. Estelle M. "Stella" Kroener
         Born on March 23, 1895
         Married Charles J. Dahncke on September 3, 1914 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
                  He was the son of Thomas B. & Florence (nee Rountree) Dahncke
                  He was born on February 17, 1893
                  He died in March 1958
         Died in October 1963
         Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
 
         Children of Charles & Estelle Dahncke :
            5.1.1. Charles J. Dahncke, Jr.
            5.1.2. Mildred Dahncke
 
5.2. Guy Kroener
         Born on June 22, 1898
         Married Barbara Bulan on June 16, 1926
                  She was born on December 4, 1901
                  She died on July 28, 1997
         Died on December 2, 1996
 
         Children of Guy & Barbara Kroener :
            5.2.1. Nelda Kroener
                  Born on September 4, 1923
                  Married Irwin John Emert on August 23, 1953
            5.2.2. Curtis G. Kroener - unmarried
                  Born on January 21, 1930
            5.2.3. Wilmer Kroener
                  Born April 29, 1933
                  Married Mary Ann Daniels on June 5, 1976
            5.2.4. Dorothy J. Kroener
                  Born on September 18, 1936
                  Died on May 21, 1999

Note :
Melvin L. Dahncke & Charles J. Dahncke are brothers
The sons of Thomas B. & Florence (nee Rountree) Dahncke
son-in-laws of sisters Frederica Katherine "Carrie" (nee Frieman) Kroener & Mary (nee Frieman) Robinson

 
6. Herman F. Frieman
      the son of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
      Born on August 31, 1869 in Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Sarah Jane Kaufman on August 28, 1896
            She was born on September 15, 1874
            She died on July 6, 1961
      Died on January 4, 1955 in Tilden, Randolph County, Illinois
      Both Herman & Sarah Frieman are buried in Lot EB857, Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Herman F. Frieman
 
      Children of Herman F. & Sarah (nee Kaufman) Frieman
  6.1. Leona Mae Frieman
         Born on June 3, 1896 in Washington County, Illinois
         Married Earl McCauley on June 5, 1918
         Died on March 5, 1971
         See : Obituary of Leona Mae McCauley
         Children of Earl & Leona McCauley :
            6.1.1. Betty McCauley - (married Floyd Ervin)
            6.1.2. Noral McCauley
            6.1.3 Ordith McCauley
6.2. Hattie Frieman - unmarried
         Born on May 3, 1898
         Died on March 14, 1995
         Buried with parents in Lot EB857, Marissa Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair Co., IL
6.3. Walter Vernon Frieman
         Born on June 23, 1900
         Married Margaret Fay Lindsey on September 6, 1927
                  She was the daughter of Fred & Minnie Elizabeth (nee Allan) Lindsey
                  She was born on August 1, 1906
                  She died on September 11, 1976
         Died on June 27, 1954 in Fayetteville, St. Clair County, Illinois
         Buried in Marissa City Cemetery, Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois
         See : Obituary of Walter Frieman
         Children of Walter and Margaret Frieman ;
                  6.3.1. Dale Lindsay Frieman, died on November 16, 1932 at the age of 3 years
                  6.3.2. Ronald Lee Frieman
                  6.3.3. Delores Fay Frieman
6.4. Orn Clifford Frieman
         Born on November 22, 1902
         Married Fern Lucille Lindsey on March 29, 1929
                  She was the dauhgter of Edward W. & Mary (nee Fulton) Lindsey
                  She was born on March 26, 1906
                  She died on September 6, 1930
         Died in August 1992
         Buried in Tilden, Randolph County, Illinois
         Child of Orn & Fern Frieman :
                  6.4.1. Clifford Lee Frieman - born on September 6, 1930

 
7. Mary Frieman
      the daughter of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
      Born on April 5, 1873 in Lively Grove Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married William "Bill" Robinson
      Died on July 31, 1964 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri
      Buried in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
 
      In 1910 Mary and her children were living with her sister and husband : Henry & Frederica "Carrie" Kroener
 
      Children of William & Mary Robinson :
  7.1. Lloyd Robinson
        Born on March 9, 1906
        Married Alvena Thompson
        Loyd & Alvena had two daughters
7.2. Stacy Robinson - unmarried
        Born on December 21, 1907
        Died on December 21, 1959
        Buried in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois.
7.3. Vivian Robinson
        Born on January 15, 1909
        Married 1. Melvin L. Dahncke on October 30, 1929
        He was the son of Thomas B. & Florence (nee Rountree) Dahncke
             He was born on December 1, 1905
             He died on July 16, 1941
        Married 2. Ralph Bowser
             He was born on March 1, 1916
             He died in January 1981 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri
        Died on January 13, 2000
        Buried in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois.

Note :
Melvin L. Dahncke & Charles J. Dahncke are brothers
The sons of Thomas B. & Florence (nee Rountree) Dahncke
son-in-laws of sisters Frederica Katherine "Carrie" (nee Frieman) Kroener & Mary (nee Frieman) Robinson

 
8. Henry Conrad Frieman
      the son of Herman & Johannah (nee Bergfeld) Frieman
      Born on August 15, 1875 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Waltena Jane Reuter on December 7, 1898 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
  She was the daughter of Phillip and Johanette Philippine (nee Zwengel) Reuter
She was born on September 28, 1877, in Elkton , Washington County, Illinois
She died on November 19, 1959, in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
She is buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
See : Obituary of Waltena Jane (nee Reuter) Frieman
                  See also : Reuter Family of Washington County, Illinois
                                    Photo to right is Waltena Jane Reuter as a young girl
young photo of Waltena Jane Reuter Frieman
      Died on January 27, 1948 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Henry Conrad Frieman
Henry & Waltena Frieman

Children of Henry & Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman :
Children of Herman & Waltena Frieman
Orval, Kenneth, Irene, Harry, Norman, Herman

      8-1. Harry Lee Frieman - See : Biography
      8-2. Irene Blanche Frieman - See : Biography
      8-3. Herman Olin Frieman - See : Biography
      8-4. Kenneth Earl Frieman - See : Biography
      8-5. Orval Henry Noel "Dude" Frieman - See : Biography
      8-6. Norman Cecil Frieman - See : Biography

 
8.1. Harry Lee Frieman
      the son of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born on October 13, 1899 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Frieda Caroline Moeller on March 4, 1919, in Cordes, Washington County, Illinois.
            She was the daughter of Christian Herman & Agusta Maria (nee Dunnerman) Moeller
            She was born on September 21, 1898 in Cordes, Washington County, Illinois
            She died on February 26, 1996 in Villa Ridge, Missouri
            She is buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
            See : Obituary of Frieda Caroline (nee Moeller) Frieman
      Died on September 12, 1974 in St. Louis, Missouri
      Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Harry L. Frieman
            Children of Harry L. & Frieda (nee Moeller) Frieman :
  8.1.1. Betty Deane Frieman
         Born on October 2, 1929 in Pilot Knob, Washington County, Illinois
         Married 1. Alfred Lawrence Stern on June 7, 1948 - divorced later
                  He was the son of Nicholas & Nellie B. (nee Frye) Stern
                  He was born on August 18, 1925 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  He died on October 15, 1999 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                  See ; Obituary of Alfred L. Stern
           Alfred & Betty Stern had fourteen children, 5 sons, and 9 daughters
         Married 2. _?_ Bissel
 
         Children of Alfred & Betty Stern :
  8.1.1. - 1. Diana J. Stern
         Born about 1850
         Married 1. Steven Brandmeyer, Sr.
         Married 2. Joseph F. Bausch, Jr. on February 21, 1986
         Died on April 3, 1986 in Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois
         Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois
         See : Obituary of Diana J. Bausch
         Children of Steven & Diana Brandmeyer :
            8.1.1. - 1.1. Steven Brandmeyer, Jr.
            8.1.1. - 1.2. Gloria Brandmeyer
8.1.1. - 2. Anthony Stern
8.1.1. - 3. Steven Stern
8.1.1. - 4. Alfred Stern
8.1.1. - 5. Vincent Stern
8.1.1. - 6. Roger Stern
8.1.1. - 7. Glenda Stern (married Jim Cross)
8.1.1. - 8. Starla Stern (married Roger Anderson)
8.1.1. - 9. Ramona Stern (married Russell Miller)
8.1.1. - 10. Rita Stern (married Randy Miller)
8.1.1. - 11. Monica Stern (married _?_ Russell)
8.1.1. - 12. Tonya Stern
8.1.1. - 13. Margie Stern (married _?_ Heimas)
8.1.1. - 14. Unknown
  8.1.2. Norma Jean Frieman
         Born on October 11, 1932 in Pilot Knob, Washington County, Illinois
         Married John Robert Auld on October 25, 1952 in Illinois
                  He was the son of Oliver & Frances (nee McConnell) Auld
                  He was born on September 30, 1925 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  He died on September 13, 1999
                  See : Obituary of John Robert Auld
                  He is buried in Jefferson Barracks Nat'l Cem., St. Louis, Missouri
Note :
Francis Lyle Auld & John Robert Auld, brothers
John Robert Auld married Norma Jean Frieman, daughter of Harry Lee Frieman who
was a brother of Mary Alice Frieman's father, Kenneth Earl Frieman.
           John & Norma Auld had five children, 3 sons and two daughters.
  8.1.2. - 1. John Auld
8.1.2. - 2. Michael Auld
8.1.2. - 3. David Auld (married Tina _?_)
8.1.2. - 4. Jean Auld (married Will Horn)
8.1.2. - 5. Shirley Auld (married Steve Provaznik)
  8.1.3. Kathleen Fay Frieman
         Born on January 12, 1936 in Pilot Knob, Washington County, Illinois
         Married Roland Louis Schwengels)
                  He was the son of Rudolph & Alice (nee Helms) Schwengels
         Roland & Kathleen adopted two children, one son and one daughter.

 
8.2. Irene Blanche Frieman
      the daughter of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born on June 2, 1902 in Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Edward Henry Alfeldt on October 20, 1931 in Fairfield, Wayne County, Illinois.
      Story has it that Irene and Ed eloped and didn't tell anyone until she was expecting. They got a home and hung their marriage license in the living room.
                  He was the son of John R. & Helena (nee Roethemeyer) Alfeldt
                  He was born on July 22, 1897
                  He died on June 14, 1943
                  He is buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
                  See : Obituary of Edward Henry Alfeldt
      Died on May 20, 1991 in Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Irene B. (nee Frieman) Alfeldt
Irene & Edward Alfeldt

      Children of Edward Henry & Irene B. (nee Frieman) Alfeldt :
  8.2.1. Enloe Keith Alfeldt
         Born on November 19, 1932
         Married Mary Sandra Cantrell on February 4, 1967 in Greenville, Bond County, Illinois
         Died on September 17, 2008
         See : Obituary of Enloe Alfeldt
         Enloe and Mary Sandra had 3 sons, oldest one of which was adopted.
            8.2.1. - 1. Jason Alfeldt (married Shene Malawy)
            8.2.1. - 2. Tim Alfeldt - (married Jodi _?_)
            8.2.1. - 3. Andy (Kim) Alfeldt (married Kim _?_)
8.2.2. Cecil Alfeldt
         Born on May 29, 1935
         Married Myrene Carson on July 8, 1972
               She was the daughter of Stuart & Elenor (nee Mazander) Carson
         Cecil and Myrene Alfeldt had two children, one son and one daughter
8.2.3. Verdell Rudy Alfeldt
         Born on August 20, 1936
         Married Patsy Sue Nicholson on August 31, 1963 in Perry County, Illinois
               She was the daughter of William Edward & Evelyn Nicholson
         Verdell and Patsy Alfeldt had two sons
8.2.4. Edward Harold Alfeldt
         Born on August 27, 1937
         Married Ruth Louis Clark on March 3, 1962 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois
         Died on June 8, 1992
         Buried in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Morton, Tazewell County, Illinois
         See : Obituary of Edward H. Alfeldt
         Children of Edward & Ruth Alfeldt :
            8.2.4. - 1. Sara Alfeldt - (married Steve Smithson)
            8.2.4. - 2. Debora L. Alfeldt

Note :
Edward Henry Alfeldt & Anna M. (nee Alfeldt) Frieman were brother and sister.
Anna M. Alfeldt was the first wife of George Kingston Friemann, son of William Henry & Nancy Lucinda (nee Kingston) Friemann
Edward Henry Alfeldt married Irene Blanche Frieman, the daughter of Henry & Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
William Henry Frieman & Henry Conrad Frieman were brothers.

 
8.3. Herman Olin Frieman
      the son of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born on October 12, 1904 in Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Edna Mae WHITE on July 18, 1935 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois.
            the daughter of Alfred & Rose (nee BRANG) WHITE
            Born on September 30, 1916
            Died on September 14, 1986
            Burial was in the Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
                        See also : White Family of Washington County, Illinois
      He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church at Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois.
      He belonged to the Masonic Lodge at Nashville, Washington County, Illinois.
      His occupations were :   Mechanic    &    School Bus Driver
      He passed away on May 20, 1984 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois.
      Burial was in the Elkton Cemetery on May 24, 1984, Elkton, Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois

 
Frieman wedding photo
Herman O. Frieman
&
Edna Mae White

On their Wedding Day
July 18, 1935
 
 
Frieman - White Marriage

      Herman Frieman and Miss Edna White, both of Oakdale, were united in marriage at the United Presbyterian parsonage Thursday, July 19 at 4 o'clock. Rev. F. S. Zeller, the groom's pastor, officiated, and the impressive double ring ceremony was used. Those witnessing the marriage were Norman Frieman and Mrs. F. S. Zeller.
      The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred White and has lived in this community for several years. she was beautifully attired in a dress of white silk crepe. Mrs. Frieman is a young woman of pleasing qualities and no doubt will ably fill her place in the newly consummated home.
      The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frieman of Oakdale, and is well known as an industrious young man in the community. For a number of years he worked as a mechanic in Nashville and the past year has started business in Oakdale with his brother Orville as partner; in the automobile repair and supply service.
      After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Frieman were entertained for supper at Henry Frieman's and immediately went to the Robert Carson home where they expect to live during during the summer. they have purchased the Miss Edith Boyd property and intend later on to make that their permanent home.
      This young couple has many friends and relatives who are wishing for them a long and happy journey through life together.
      Children of Herman O. & Edna Mae (nee White) Frieman :
            8.3.1. Dolores Elaine Frieman Biography
            8.3.2. Kathyrn Joan Frieman Biography
            8.3.3. Alice Faye Frieman -- (March 15, 1939 - March 15, 1939 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois)
            8.3.4. Rosella Jane Frieman -- (July 19, 1940 - July 19, 1940 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois)
            8.3.5. Herman Orval Frieman -- (June 18, 1941 - June 27, 1941 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois)
            8.3.6. Dorothy Fern Frieman Biography
                        The four young deceased siblings are buried along with their parents
                        in Elton Cemetery, Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
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Universarsal Auto Co. photo
Herman O. Frieman is fourth from left.
  Universarsal Auto Co.
Repair Dept.
Nashville, ILL.
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 newspaper clipping from :
Full Cry
C & H Publishing
Sesser, Illinois
March 1942, page 6
Illinois Children Are Coonhound Enthusiasts
Coonhound Enthusiasts
  On the left is Delores Elaine and on the right, Kathryn Joan, daughters of Herman O. Frieman of Oakdale, Ill., and they are very much attached to their father's coonhounds. The dogs (left) Red Echo, registered, and a nicely started Redbone from Magill. On the right is Old Blue, nonregistered bluetick, but a good strike and tree dog.  
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A Tribute
published in the pages of
The Nashville News
Nashville, ILL.
May 23, 1984
Herman Frieman obituary  
Herman Frieman
      Herman O. Frieman of Oakdale entered rest at the Pinckneyville Community Hospital, Sunday, May 20, 1983 at 6:00 p. m. at the age of 79 years.
      Born in Oakdale Township on October 12, 1904 he was the son of Henry C. and Walthena (Reuter) Frieman. He married Edna White on July 18, 1935 at Oakdale and she survives.
      He was a retired mechanic and school bus driver and a member of the United Presbyterian Church at Oakdale and the Masonic Lodge at Nashville.
      In addition to his wife he is also survived by two daughters, Dolores Hewitt of Oldham, England and Kathryn Todd of Belleville; one brother, Kenneth Frieman and his wife Fern of Nashville; three sisters-in-law; one sister, Irene Alfeldt of Oakdale, eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
        He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Orval, Harry, and Norman; four children in infancy; one great-grandson.
      Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11:00 a. m. at the United Presbyterian Church, Oakdale. Rev. Dallas Curts will officiate. Interment will be in the Elkton Cemetery.
      Friends may call at the Pyatt Funeral Home, Oakdale, after 6:00 p. m. Wednesday and until 10:00 a. m, Thursday, thereafter at the church until the time of service.
      Masonic services will be held at the funeral home at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday.
      Should friends desire, memorials may be given to the Heart Fund.
      Pallbearers will be Sam Brammeier, Sherman Lehr, Enloe Alfeldt, Rudy Alfeldt, Cecil Alfeldt and Dennis Frieman.
      Organist Kay Brammeier and vocalist Sandy Alfeldt.
A couple of stories about Herman Olin Frieman
 1.       My cousin, Kathleen, told me a story told to her by her father, Harry, Dad's oldsest brother.
      Uncle Harry said dad told him that baby Herman [Herman Orval Frieman] was sick and was taken to Pinckneyville Hospital. Dad said he prayed for his son to be saved but God told him not to worry, but that He had decided to take him. Right after that, the phone rang and Dad was told the baby had died.
 2.       Dad told me (Kathyrn) that Mom had the last girl in DuQuoin Hospital. When he was sleeping, he dreamed he saw an angel carrying his baby girl down the hall. The next day he found out that the baby had died at that exact time of the dream.
      * He told me that not long before he died. Said he had never told anyone that before because he was afraid they would think he was out of his mind.
      * * I guess he knew who to tell, because I have never doubted if for one minute.

  8.3.1. Dolores Elaine Frieman
            Born on March 16, 1936 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
            Married Michael Frederick Hewitt on April 19, 1958   *   Divorced in England
                  He was the son of Frederick & Eva (nee Crawford) Hewitt
                  He was born on January 18, 1935 in Amergoorth, Holland
            Michael & Dolores Hewitt had four children 3 sons and one daughter.

  8.3.2. Kathyrn Joan Frieman
            Born on November 15, 1937 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
            Married 1. Gerald Wayne Zacheis on October 20, 1956 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  *    Divorced on January 20, 1975 in Chester, Randolph County, Illinois.
                        He was the son of Henry George & Catherine Helen (nee Robinson) Zacheis
            Married 2. William Earl Todd on April 1, 1975 in Salem, Dent County, Missouri
                  *    Divorced in 1987
                        He was the son of Henry Earl & Sadie (nee Sapaugh) Todd
 
            Children of Gerald and Kathyrn Zacheis :
  8.3.2 - 1. Katherin Elaine Zacheis
                Born on May 17, 1960
                Married 1. Gregory R. Lewis
                Married 2. Jerry Lee Suttle
8.3.2. - 2. Dawn Elizabeth Zacheis
                Born on October 9, 1963
                Partner - Mary Dell
8.3.2 - 3. George Adam Zacheis
                Born on January 15, 1972
                Married Deepa Patel
8.3.2. - 4. Gerald Wayne Zacheis, Jr.
                Born on October 19, 1973
                Married Jill Hunter
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newspaper clipping
The Nashville News
Nashville, Illinois
courtesy of Kathyrn Todd
 
Zacheis - Frieman
      Miss Kathyrn Frieman, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman O. Frieman became the bride of Gerald Zacheis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zacheis at 7:30 Saturday evening in the United Presbyterian church at Oakdale. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The Rev. Walter H. White performed the double ring ceremony.
      The bride was gowned in traditional white chantilly lace over satin with a full sweeping skirt and chapel train. The Victorian collar was complimented by long sleeves of matching lace coming to a graceful point at her fingers. A pearl and rhinestone crown held her fingertip veil in place. While her bouquet of white chrysanthemums was centered with a purple orchid. A triple strand of pearls, gift of the groom, and matching earrings were the bride's only jewelry.
      Dolores Frieman, sister of the bride was maid of honor. She wore a long gown of white tullie over medium blue satin. The bridesmaid Kay Coulter, close friend of the bride wore a matching gown of coral. Their bouquets were bronze chrysanthemums with streamers matching their gowns. The flower-girl Judy Fuqua, cousin of the bride, wore a full length gown of white chantilly lace over satin. She carried a bouquet of white and bronze chrysanthemums.
      The candles were lit by Phyllis Frieman, and Lois Zacheis, cousins of the bride and groom. They wore matching gowns of shrimp color.
      Best man for the groom was his brother Gale Zacheis, Earl Wisely, was groomsman. White carnation complimented their dark suits.
      The groom chose Lyndon Zacheis and Enloe Alfeldt for his ushers.
      Miss Norma Zacheis vocalist sang "Through the Years," "Because," and "The Lord's Prayer." She was accompanied by Mrs. Fred Schroeder at the organ, who also played pre-nuptial music. The guest book was kept by Miss Sue Markham.
      The bride's mother was attired in brown with brown and beige accessories, she wore a corsage of white carnation. The groom's mother wore navy blue with white and navy accessories. Her corsage was pin carnations.
      Those who served at the reception were Joyce Wilson, Sue Markham, Kay Markham, Marcia Rohde, Irene Woodside and Kathleen Schwengels. Many out of town guests attended the wedding.

  8.3.6. Dorothy Fern Frieman
            Born on May 22, 1942 in DuQuoin, Perry County, Illinois
            Died on May 23, 1942 in DuQuoin, Perry County, Illinois
            Burial was in Elkton Cemetery, Elkton Washington Co., IL.
  Death Certificate for Dorothy Fern Frieman
 
State of Illinois, Department of Public Health Perry County, City of DuQuoin
Burial or Removal Permit
Dorothy Fern Frieman
Sex : Female
Color : White
Age : 3 days
Date of Death : 5-23rd 1942
Place of Death : DuQuoin, ILL.
Cause cerified by : Dr. J. A. Mathis, M. D.
having been filed with me in proper form and in accordance with the laws of Illinois, I hereby authorize Karl H. Weinberg, DuQuoin, ILL. to remove the body of said deceased person to Elkton Oakdale Cem located at Oakdle in Washington Co., and there to Inter body of said deceased person.
Date : May 23rd, 1942
Signed : Sam Clark, Registrar, DuQuoin, Illinois

 
8.4. Kenneth Earl Frieman
      the son of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born September 15, 1906 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Mary Fern Carson on April 30, 1929 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  the daughter of David Preston and Eleanor Todd (nee Kennedy) Carson
                  She was born on September 8, 1905 in Pilot Knob Township, Washington County, Illinois
                  She died on June 24, 1990 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                  She is buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  Obituary of Mary Fern (nee Carson) Frieman
      Died on March 8, 1992 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Obituary of Kenneth Earl Frieman
Norman & Mildred Frieman

      Kenneth Earl & Mary Fern (nee Carson) Frieman adopted two sibling children:
  8.4.1. Mary Alice Frieman
            Born on Febraury 8, 1938
            Married Francis Lyle Auld
                  He was born on October 25, 1929
                  He died on February 21, 2013
                  He is buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Oakdale, Illinois
                  See : Obituary of Francis Lyle Auld
            Francis & Mary Auld had ten children and one miscarriage in 1968.
  8.4.1. - 1. Ken Auld
8.4.1. - 2. Mary Jayne Auld (m 1. Kevin Shults - m 2. Arthur Berthold - m 3. Mark Bader)
                        See obituary of son : Mark Anthony Berthold obituary
8.4.1. - 3. Alice Gail Auld (m 1. Patrick Hickey - m 2. Loyd Gant)
8.4.1. - 4. Alan Auld - (married Sharon _?_ )
8.4.1. - 5. Rebecca Auld - (married Brett Glodo)
8.4.1. - 6. Roberta Auld - (maried Michael Nebel)
8.4.1. - 7. Fern Auld - (married Kevin Ellison)
8.4.1. - 8. Faith Auld - (married Jerry Ahlers)
8.4.1. - 9. David Lyle Auld - died in infancy
8.4.1. - 10. Jon James Auld - Born & Died on August 14, 1979
Note :
Francis Lyle Auld & John Robert Auld, brothers
John Robert Auld married Norma Jean Frieman, daughter of Harry Lee Frieman who
was a brother of Mary Alice Frieman's father, Kenneth Earl Frieman.
 
  8.4.1. Jerry David Frieman
            Born on December 11, 1939
            Married Barbara Jean Dinkelman
                  She was the daughter of Ray & Vera (nee Reinhardt) Dinkelman
            Jerry & Barbara Frieman had six children, 3 sons and 3 daughters

 
8.5. Orval Henry Noel "Dude" Frieman
      the son of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born on August 2, 1908 in Oakdale Township, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Ella Mary Josephine Zacheis on September 2, 1935 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. B. and Charlotte (nee Horstmann) Zacheis
                  She was born on July 3, 1908
                  She married (2) : Charles D. Vernor on August 21, 1953
                        He was the son of Daniel H. & Elzona (nee Hook) Vernor
                        He was born on March 15, 1890 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                        He married 1. Ruth G. Whittemore on April 17, 1918, and she died on April 27, 1951.
                        He died on September 7, 1973 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                        He is buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                        See : Obituary of Charles D. Vernor
                  She died on December 9, 2000
                  She is buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                  See : Obituary of Ella M. Vernor
      Died February 16, 1940 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Orval "Dude" Frieman

 
Orval & Ella Frieman wedding photo
Orval H. Frieman
&
Ella M. Zacheis

On their Wedding Day
September 2, 1935
 
Frieman - Zacheis Marriage

      A beautiful church wedding ceremony took place at the Oakdale United Presbyterian church Monday, September 2, at 4 o'clock, when Orval Frieman and Miss Ella Zacheis, both of Oakdale, were united in marriage by their pastor, Rev. F. S. Zeller.
      The wedding service began with an instrumental selection, "The Rosary," played by Miss Norma Osborn. A quartet composed of Misses Julia Borcherding, Georgia McClay, Norma Osborn and Noma Decker, and Mrs. Dalton Rohde, accompanist, rendered two numbers, "I Love You Truly" and "O Promise Me." The wedding procession began as Miss Norma Osborn struck the first chords of Lohengrin's Wedding March. The flower bearers, Wallace Stieg and Betty Dean Frieman, preceded the bride as she was led to the marriage altar on the arm of her brother, Edward Zacheis.
      The bride wore white form-fitted satin, with a train, and cap shaped tulie veil, which was held in place with orange blossoms, and carried white asters.
      The bridesmaids were Miss Pearl Reuter of St. Louis, who wore an ankle length green organdy dress, head band to match, and carried yellow asters, and Miss helen Osborn, who wore and ankle length yellow organdy dress with a matching head band, and carried pink asters.
      The groom was dressed in a double-breasted navy blue suit and attended by Norman Frieman, his brother and Edward Zacheis, brother of the bride. Orval Frieman is the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frieman of Oakdale and has for almost a year been partner with his brother Herman in the automobile repair and service business in Oakdale. Mrs. Frieman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Zacheis, formerly of Cordes, but has for the past two years lived in Oakdale. She is a highly respected young woman and a capable efficient worker in the church and community.
      At 6 o'clock a bounteous wedding supper was served the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents and about 60 guests were invited to the reception given the same evening.
      The newly married couple wxpect to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. George Zacheis of Oakdale.
      Mr. and Mrs. Frieman were the recipients of a large number of beautiful and useful gifts. Their many friends are wishing them a long and happy journey through life together.
      Child of Orval & Ella (nee Zacheis) Frieman :
            8.5.1. Orvella Kay Frieman
                        She was born on March 6, 1939
                        She married (1) Michael Bury
                        She married (2) Lester Huge
                        She died on May 6, 1999 in Richmond Heights, Missouri.
                        Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                        See : Obituary of Orvella K. (nee Frieman) [Bury] Huge
 
Bury - Frieman
      Miss Orvella Kay Frieman, daughter of Mrs. Charles Vernor of this city, and the late Orval Frieman, became the bride of Michael Bury of Oakdale, Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home of Judge and Mrs. J. D. Maxwell. Judge Maxwell read the double ring ceremony.
      Attendants were the bridegroom's sister, Leona Bury and Michael Kamadulski. Also present were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vernor, Mrs. Maxwell and Becky and Peggy Maxwell. Mrs. Maxwell served cake and coffee following the ceremony.
      The bride wore a two-piece dress in a lilac shade with a matching hat. Her flowers were a wrist corsage of gardenias. Miss Bury wore navy blue and a wrist corsage also.
      The couple is residing in St. Louis at 5173 Raymond.
 

 
8.6. Norman Cecil Frieman
      the son of Henry and Waltena (nee Reuter) Frieman
      Born on April 30, 1910 in Elkton, Washington County, Illinois
      Married Mildred Margaret Hood on June 9, 1937 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  the daughter of James R. and Mary (nee McQuilkin) Hood
                  She was born on December 27, 1914 in Oakdale, Washington County, Illinois
                  She died on July 12, 2005 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                  She is buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
                  Obituary of Mildred Margaret (nee Hood) Frieman
      Died on March 8, 1981 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      Buried in St. Paul's UCC Evangelical Cemetery, Nashville, Washington County, Illinois
      See : Obituary of Norman Cecil Frieman
Norman & Mildred Frieman
 
newspaper clipping
unknown publication
Frieman   -   Hood
      A very pretty home wedding was solemnized on Wednesday afternoon, June 9. when Miss Mildred Hood of Oakdale became the bride of Norman Frieman, also of Oakdale.
      The wedding took place at the home of the bride's mother in the presence of about forty guests. The altar was composed of ferns arranged against a background of trellis work twined with myrtle. At either side were tall baskets of Madonna lillies and Baby's breath.
      At 3:00 o'clock Mrs. Thomas Davis sang "I Love You Truly," accompanied on the piano by Miss Pauline Lucas. The bridal party entered the room as Miss Davis played Lohengrin's Wedding March. The bride was dressed in white crepe and lace and carried a shower bouquet of Madonna lillies and lillies of the valley. The groom wore oxford gray.
      Rev. George Kerr of Pawnee City, Nebraska, officiated in the double ring ceremony. A reception followed the saying of rites, during which the guests were served a two-course luncheon and viewed the many gifts that had been given the bride and groom.
      The attractive bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. May Hood and the groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freeman.
      The young couple will make their home in Oakdale, where Mr. Frieman is in business as a garageman.
      Out-of-town guests included: Rev. and Mrs. George Kerr and little son Donald of Pawnee City, Nebraska, Miss Pauline Lucas of Marissa and Clarence Henderson of Sparta.

      Children of Norman Cecil & Mildred Margaret (nee Hood) Frieman :
  8.6.1. Dennis Myrl Frieman
            Married Joyce Grace Spenner
            Dennis & Joyce Frieman had one son.
8.6.2. Phyllis Arlene Frieman
            Born on September 11, 1938
            Married Gerald Eugene Dintelman on May 10, 1958
                        He was born on September 30, 1938
            Gerald & Phyllis Dintelman had three children, 2 sons and 1 daughter.

 
Newspaper article
      Friemann relationship is unknown
newspaper clipping
San Francisco Call
San Francisco, California
November 7, 1905; Page 10
Prattling Of Babe
            Ends Divorce Suit

Little One's Father Becomes
Reconciled to His Wife
in Court

      St. Louis, Nov. 6 -- Reinhardt H. Friemann who is seeking a divorce from Millie Friemann saw his one-year-old boy for the first time to-day, when he went into court to prosecute his suit. The eight of his child, which he never before had been permitted to see, softened Friemann's heart and he agreed to a dismissal of the suit, became reconciled with his wife and left the courthouse carrying the child in his arms.
      The pleadings of the Judge and attaches of the court were added to the prattling of the baby boy in the task of bringing the father and mother together.
      The Friemanns were married on December 20, 1902 and separated on April 10, 1904, when Mrs. Friemann went to live with her mother. While she was at her mother's home the baby was born. The husband filed for divorce charging desertion.

 

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