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1 1 January 1925 Iowa state census, Benton, Des Moines County, Iowa, RollIA1925-1691, line 29: Albert E. Whitaker age 24; Elcie [Elsie] Whitaker age 25; and Neola W. Whitaker age 1. Whitaker, Albert (I104)
 
2 1 January 1925 Iowa state census, Flint River, Des Moines County, Iowa. Roll IA1925-1695, line 3: Tabetha Reipe age 60 (widowed); Emma C. Riepe age 32; Mellie E. Riepe age 25; and Alga T. Reipe age 23. Schmeiser, Tabitha (I122)
 
3 1 January 1925 Iowa state census, Wapello, Louis County, Iowa, Roll IA1925-1818, line 1: Jos Schmeiser age 49; Mary E. Schmeiser age 47; Vera Schmeiser age 19; Orville Schmeiser age 16; and Alice Schmeiser age 11. Schmeiser, Joseph (I101)
 
4 1 January 1925 Iowa state census, Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa, Roll IA1925-1818, line 5: E. Schmeiser age 52; Christina Schmeiser age 46; Agnes Schmeiser age 21; Mabel Schmeiser age 19; MartinS chmeiser age 17; Mary Schmeiser age 15; Josephine Schmeiser age 12; and Morris Schmeiser age 5. Schmeiser, Emmanuel (I124)
 
5 12 children (from obituary of their son Herbert, 10 brothers and sisters died prior to 1953, one brother living) Edmonds, John (I177)
 
6 1860 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Henry Weninberg age 38 [birthplace Braunschweig], Emelia age 26 [birthplace Prussia]' Henry age 5, Herman age 2, and Otto about 4/12. Wunnenberg, Heinrich August Joachim (I1)
 
7 1880 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. H. Wunnenberg age 59 [birthplace Prussia], Emily age 47 [birthplace: Prussia], Otto age 20, Fred age 18, Mary age 16, Alvina age 13, August age 10, Emma age 7, and Clara age 4. Son Herman Wunnenberg is included in census record of Willard Loper family, Herman is age 22 and occupation is farm laborer. Wunnenberg, Heinrich August Joachim (I1)
 
8 1880 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Herm Wonenberg, age 22, is listed as a farm laborer with the family of Willard Loper. Wunnenberg, Herman Henry (I4)
 
9 1900 census, Franklin Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. O W-berg, age 40 [birthplace: Iowa], Anna age 38 [birthplace: Iowa], Clara F. O., age 11, Villars H. age 6, Mary A. S. age 3. Wunnenberg, Otto Henry (I5)
 
10 1900 US census gives birth as Jul 1895 Wunnenberg, Vernon William (I83)
 
11 1900 US census gives birth as Jun 1869. Riemann, Anna Mary (I80)
 
12 1900 US census gives birth as Oct 1896 Wunnenberg, Herbert Otto (I85)
 
13 1900 US census gives birth as Oct 1899. Wunnenberg, Minnie Clara (I88)
 
14 1900 US census gives birth as Sept 1887 [1897]. Wunnenberg, Alice Dorthea (I86)
 
15 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Emma Wunnenberg age 27 head-of-house. August H Wunnenberg age 30 brother. Wunnenberg, August (I10)
 
16 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Emma Wunnenberg age 27 head-of-house. August H Wunnenberg age 30 brother. Wunnenberg, Emma (I11)
 
17 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Fred C. Wunnenberg, age 37, Anna M. age 30, Vernon W. age 4, Herbert O age 9, Alice D age 2, Minnie C age 7/12. And Otto Wunnenberg age 16, nephew to Fred C. Wunnenberg. Wunnenberg, Fred Chris (I6)
 
18 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Henry Wunnenberg, age 45, Lizzie, age 29, Ida age 16, Arther, age 13, Goldie age 7, and Elsie, age 6. Wunnenberg, Henry (I3)
 
19 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Herbert Edmans age 33; and Vena Edmans age 33. Edmonds, Herbert (I151)
 
20 1900 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Otto Wunnenberg, age 16, is listed in the household of his uncle Fred C. Wunnenberg. Wunnenberg, Otto Henry (I18)
 
21 1900 US census, birth date: Aug 1864. Brandt, Matilda "Tillie" (I57)
 
22 1900 US census, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa. Herman Wummenberg age 43, Matilda age 35, Walter age 14, Nora M. age 2, and Mabel C. age 2. Wunnenberg, Herman Henry (I4)
 
23 1900 US census. Roy Francis Anderson is in the household of Edmond Walker. Anderson, Roy Francis Cleatus (I87)
 
24 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. August H Wunnenberg age 40; and Emma E. Wunnenberg, age 37, sister. Wunnenberg, August (I10)
 
25 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. August H Wunnenberg age 40; and Emma E. Wunnenberg, age 37, sister. Wunnenberg, Emma (I11)
 
26 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Charles H. Huebner, age 33; and Clara A., age 34. Huebner, Charles Henry (I282)
 
27 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Fred C. Wunnenberg age 48, Anna M. age 42, Vernon W age 15, Herbert O. age 14, Alice D. age 13, Minnie C age 11, Ralph H. age 9, Pearl E. age 7, and May A. age 5. Wunnenberg, Fred Chris (I6)
 
28 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Henry Wunnenberg age 55, Elizabeth age 40, Goldie E. age 17, Elsie B age 15, Ester E age 7, and Arthur J age 23. Wunnenberg, Henry (I3)
 
29 1910 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Herbert Edmonds age 43; Vena age 43; John C. age 9; Herbert F. age 7; Edward H. age 5; Amy E age 3; and Edith L. age 1 6/12. Edmonds, Herbert (I151)
 
30 1910 US census, Burlington, Ward 2, Des Moines County, Iowa. Hermon H. Wunnenberg age 52, Tille age 45, Walter age 24, Mora age 22, and Mable age 12. Wunnenberg, Herman Henry (I4)
 
31 1910 US census, Franklin Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Otto Wunnenberg age 50, Anna M. age 48, Villan H age 16, Mary A age 13, and Grace C. age 6. Wunnenberg, Otto Henry (I5)
 
32 1910 US census, Huron Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. John Malchow age 84, birthplace Germany, relation to head of household father. Marital status: Widowed. Malchow, John (I144)
 
33 1910 US census. Dorothea M. Reimann age 67 is in household of her son, Fred Reimann Bremer, Dorthea Marie (I82)
 
34 1910 US census. Huron Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Lou H. Malchow age 46; Mary Malchow age 46; Viola Malchow age 14; S. Piermont Malchow age 9; and John Malchow age 84 [father of Lou] Malchow, Louis Henry (I137)
 
35 1910 US census. Roy Francis Anderson is in the household of Edmond Walker. Anderson, Roy Francis Cleatus (I87)
 
36 1915 Iowa state census, Roll IA1915-145, line 795: Sophia Silerman age 81.

Info from Find a Grave: Sohia Dreckmeier came to the United States in 1857 on the Archilles, the same sailing ship as Fredrick Sielerman. They were married 5 February 1859 in Iowa and became parents of 12 children. Only 5 survived to adulthood. Sohpia was the daughter of Johann Friedrick Dreckmeier and Anna Marie Lange. 
Dirkmeier, Ann Marie Sophia (I69)
 
37 1920 US census, Augusta, Des Moines County, Iowa. Roy F. Anderson age 25; Alice age 23; and Orville F. age 0. Anderson, Roy Francis Cleatus (I87)
 
38 1920 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Dorthy Reiman is in household of her son-in-law, Fred Wunnenberg. Bremer, Dorthea Marie (I82)
 
39 1920 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Henry Wunnenberg, age 65, Elizabeth age 49, Grey Robbins age 36, Goldie Robbins age 26, and Esther Wunnenberg age 17. Wunnenberg, Henry (I3)
 
40 1920 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Henry Wunnenberg, age 65, Elizabeth age 49, Grey Robbins age 36, Goldie Robbins age 26, and Esther Wunnenberg age 17. Robbins, Grey Dallos (I207)
 
41 1920 US census, Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Hubert Edmonds age 52; Vena age 53; Elmer age 18; Floyd age 16; Edward age 14; Amy abe 12; and Edith age 11. Edmonds, Herbert (I151)
 
42 1920 US census, Burlington, Ward 2, Des Moines County,Iowa. Herman Wiennnemberg age 61; Tillie age 55; Walter age 34; Nora age 32; and Mabel age 22. Wunnenberg, Herman Henry (I4)
 
43 1920 US census, Franklin Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Ott Wunnenberg age 59, Anna S. age 58, Nilbare H. age 26 [Villars], Verold A. M. age 20 [daughter-in-law, wife of Villars], Mary S age 22, and Grace C. age 16. Wunnenberg, Otto Henry (I5)
 
44 1920 US census, Franklin Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Villars and Verrold are in the household of Otto Wunnenberg. Wunnenberg, Villars Henry (I64)
 
45 1920 US census, Huron Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Louis H. Malchow age 51; Mary E. age 50; Viola L. age 23; Piermont J. age 21; and Ivan L. age 19. Malchow, Louis Henry (I137)
 
46 1920 US census, Russell is back in the household of his parents, Samuel and Ada Crapser. Crapser, Russell Howard (I305)
 
47 1920 US census, Salt River, Knox County, Missouri. Charles H. Huebner, age 42; and Clara W., age 43. Huebner, Charles Henry (I282)
 
48 1920 US census. Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Fred Wunnenberg age 58, Anna age 52, Vernon age 25, Minnie age 21, Ralph age 18, Pearl age 17, May age 14, Alfred age 8, and Dorthy Reimann age 77 [mother of Anna] Wunnenberg, Fred Chris (I6)
 
49 1925 Iowa state census for daughter Tabetha (Schmeiser) Reipe gives Mary Rees's birth place as Missouri. Rees, Mary Magdalene (I121)
 
50 1925 Iowa State census record, Des Moines County, Benton Township. Henry Wunnenberg age 70; Elizabeth Wunnenberg age 54; and Ester A. Wunnenberg age 22.

From newspaper clipping. 13 March 1934.
H. Wunnenberg died suddenly. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at the Latty Church.
Henry Wunnenberg died at his home near Sperry Saturday morning, March 10, 1934. He did not get up when breakfast was ready and on going to his room it was found he had passed away.
Mr. Wunnenberg started to Mediapolis in his car Friday morning and when some distance from his home his car skidded and turned over, damaging the car considerably, but he did not appear to be much injured, but the shock was probably what hastened his death.
The remains were brought here to the Fry Funeral Parlors. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 1:30 o’clock at the Latty church.


Two page entry for Henry Wunnenberg in Biographical review of Des Moines County, Iowa. Chicago, Hobart Publishing Co., 1905, pages 753-754.
Henry Wunnenberg
That the life of Henry Wunnenberg, of Benton township, illustrates a high and noble ideal of American manhood is due, in part, to a rigid discipline in the school of experience and honest labor during his early years, as well as to those personal characteristics which are peculiarly his own. Mr. Wunnenberg was born Sept. 3, 1855, in Benton township, and has claimed Des Moines county for his home throughout his entire life, being one of her native sons to whom she can always point the finger of pride. He was the son of Henry and Amelia Wunnenberg.
Both parents of Mr. Wunnenberg were natives of Germany, and came to America in 1854. They located in Benton township, and on the third day after their arrival in the county bought a farm of forty acres. Under their skillful farming and careful management they prospered greatly, so that after a number of years, when the father sold this farm, he was able to buy a much larger farm, consisting of one hungred and twenty acres of rich farm land, and forty-five acres of timber, which is now the home farm.
Here Mr. Henry Wunnenberg, the father, lived, carrying on very successfully a general farming business, and stock-raising. He made this his home, and made all the improvements, until there were not many farms in the community better fitted with the comforts and conveniences to be found in modern farm homes. Mr. Wunnenberg was a devoted number of the German Lutheran church until the time of his death, which occurred on the home farm when he was seventy-nine years of age. He was a follower of the principles of the Democratic party, and was a faithful helper to the leaders of that part.
The mother, died some fourteen years before the father. She was an earnest Christian woman, and a faithful member of the Evangelical church. She was the mother of eleven children, nine of whom are still living.
The subject of our review obtained his education in the common schools of Benton township, and assisted upon the home farm, remaining there until he was twenty-one years of age. After this he worked by the month upon different neighboring farms til he was twenty-seven, when he went to farming for himself, renting for some years in Franklin township, then in Washington township, and finally coming to his present place twenty-two years ago. This is a fine, well-kept place of eighty-sic acres, nearly all of which is under cultivation, and showing everywhere the thorough knowledge of farming and care of its owner. Besides this farm, Mr. Wunnenberg owns sixty-two acres of good land elsewhere in Benton township, some of which has already been improved. Mr. Wunnenberg has recently erected a large substantial two-story dwelling upon the place.
Mr. Wunnenbert early allied himself with the Democracy, believing its principles to be more consistent with American ideas of liberty and popular government than those of any other party. In religious matters he has affiliated himself with the Evangelical church, of whose teachings he is follower.
In 1881 Mr. Wunnenberg was united in marriage to Miss Lydia A. Gieselman, daughter of Henry Gieselman, who was an early settler of Des Moines county. Mr. Gieselman formerly owned the place where our subject now resides. He was a man who was prominent in all local enterprises, and was respected by all who came in contact with him. He died at the age of seventy-seven years. His widow still resides on the old homestead of thirty acres in Benton township, one and a half miles west of Latty, with her son, Henry Gieselman.
Mrs. Wunnenberg, who was also a member of the Evangelical church, died in 1890, leaving behind her the five children who were born to this union. These children were as follows: Ida, wife of Peter Smith, a farmer of Benton township, to whom has been born one child; Otto, who is married to Miss Anna Steffener, and resides at home; Frederick and Arthur, who live a home; and one child who died in infancy.
Mrs. Wunnenberg is a member of the Evangelical church. She possesses those thrifty housewifely qualities which are so much needed to make a worthy help-meet for a man whose success must come from tilling the soil to the best advantage.
Mr. Wunnenberg is a well-known citizen of Benton township. The circle of his acquaintance is wide, and co-extensive therewith is the circle of those who honor him for what he is.
 
Wunnenberg, Henry (I3)
 

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