Kossuth County Iowa
Births


Donald LeRoy Baade

Donald LeRoy, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade, was baptized in their home Sunday afternoon by Rev. I. C. Mc Nulty.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Bleich Baby

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich are the parents of a baby born to them Tuesday of last week. This is their second child.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Brandt Boy

A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt Friday, the second child. Mother and son are being cared for at the Fred Girres home. Rachel Metz, Britt, a granddaughter is also spending the week with her grandparents.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Elizabeth Rosella Coady

A daughter, Elizabeth Rosella, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Coady Tuesday, May 7. Mrs. Helen Johnson was nurse. The baby was Christened at St. Joseph's church last week Sunday.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Conners Girl

Matilda Germann has returned from Des Moines, after two months there with her sister, Mrs. C. W. Conner. The Conners are parents of a girl, born September 25, named Kay. They have one other daughter, Mary Darlene.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Daughan Boy

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughan at an Algona hospital Saturday. Their four-year old daughter, Nancy Ann is seriously sick with infection of the hip joint. Clara Orthel, R. N., Woden, is caring for her.

[Kossuth County News 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Dorr Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr are parents of a boy born Friday.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Dwyer Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer of Humboldt are the parents of a baby boy born the day before Christmas.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Sharon Lee Eden

Ben Eden, 31/2 miles north of Wesley, is all smiles these days, for there is a new daughter at his house born April 7, named Sharon Lee. Ben was repairing fence, his fields being ready to plant corn. He and his brother Fred, two miles north of him, exchange work.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Wallace Herman Erdman

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erdman, south of town, are parents of a boy, born last Thursday, christened Wallace Herman.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Foerstch Girl

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foerstch last week Tuesday. This is their 13th child.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Froelich Girl

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froelich are the parents of a seven and three-quarters pound baby girl born to them Monday morning of this week at Algona. This is their first baby and finds a very fine welcome to their home.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


John Henry Goetz

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetz are the proud parents of an eight and a half-pound baby boy born Saturday morning at the Kossuth County Hospital. This is their first child, and to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Erdmann, the maternal grandparents, the first grandchild.

Mrs. Henry Goetz and infant son returned home from the hospital Christmas Day to be guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Erdmann. The new son was named John Henry.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Lois Marilyn Goetz

The baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz Friday, Sept 7, was brought to Holy Baptism at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday and was christened Lois Marilyn. Mrs. Anthony Johnson and Vincent Cruise were her sponsers.

[Kossuth News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Richard Edward Grandgenett

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Grandgenett are parents of another boy born Monday morning. They now have four boys.

The infant child of Anton Grandgenett was christened Sunday and named Richard Edward. Sponsors were Helen and Edward Cink, Wesley.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Paul Francis Haverly

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them Thursday morning. Ruth Garman is very ably caring for the new arrival, mother and household duties.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]

A son was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, farmers near Wesley. At St. Joseph's church Sunday, the baby was christened Paul Francis.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Joan Marie Hilbert

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert are the proud parents of a baby girl, Joan Marie, born to them Easter morning. Congratulations.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Robert Richard and Richard Robert Kain

The twin baby boys born Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain have been named Robert Richard and Richard Robert. Each weighed six and a half pounds and are two fine fat little babies getting the best of care and attention at the hands of their grandmother, Mrs. Ed Hildman, and nurse, Miss Mary Kain, their aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Kain are receiving congratulations on every hand. They have one other child, a girl, Sharon Lee.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Killian Girl

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Killian are parents of an 8 lb. girl, born Friday, the first child. Mrs. Fred Dole has been at the Killian home.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Kunkels Girl

The Ben Kunkels have had another girl since a week ago Monday.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Merilyn Joan Ludwig

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ludwig have adopted a month old baby girl who has been named Merilyn Joan. The Ludwigs live at Garner and Mrs. Ludwig was formerly Miss Florence Yegge.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


William Henry Ludwig

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwig born Friday at the Kossuth hospital.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Matern Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Matern who live at Seattle, Washington, are the very proud parents of a baby boy born to them August 15th. The Materns have one other child, a young lady of about nineteen years of age. Vic is a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and is engaged in the railroad business in the West.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Betty Lou Muehe

A 91/2 pound daughter, Betty Lou, the first child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muehe Saturday, May 11, but the item was not reported in time for last week's paper.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Pickens Girl

An 8 lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens yesterday morning, Friday, at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Pickens was Amelia Arndorfer before marriage.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Rahm Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm are parents of an 8-lb. Boy born Friday. They now have three children, two girls and a boy.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Ricke Girl

The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke last Tuesday was christened Mary Agnes at Holy Baptism at St. Joseph's church Sunday. Mrs. B. G. Studer and Henry Ricke, grandmother and grandfather, were sponsors.

[Kossuth County News 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Seipman Girl

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seipman have a new granddaughter, the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froelich, west of Wesley. The baby was born July 2 at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Froelich was formerly Wilma Seipman. The Seipmans have two other grandchildren, the sons, 5 and 4, of their son William, who is employed at the Norton lumberyard. There are four Seipman sons still at home, and Mr. Seipman, who also serves as Woodman clerk, is in charge of the meat department at Moe & Sjogren's.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Sherman Boy

Last week Monday a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sherman.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Sherman Girl

A nice baby boy made his debut at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman Monday morning, which makes for this family a "quadrupulets" of the sterner sex. Perhaps a little girl was planned for, but you'll keep him away, (anyway?) won't you Roy?

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Smith Girl

A daughter was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, Mrs. Smith having been Gladys Robinson.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Ray Sherman Stiltz

Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz became parents of an 8 lb. Boy at their home Tuesday. The newcomer has been named Ray Sherman. The Stiltzes have another child, a girl, nearly two.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Studer Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer are parents of a boy born last Wednesday.

[Kossuth County 1935, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


Wingert Boy

Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wingert of Waterloo are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them within the last month. Mrs. Wingert was formerly Miss Hertula Wolf.

[Kossuth County News 1934, submitted by a Friend of Genealogy]


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