Person Sheet

Name Mary ???33
Birth 4 Dec 1832, Germany
Death 18 Nov 1911, Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota
Burial 21 Nov 1911, Kerns Oak Grove Cemetery, Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota500
1 William Budde33
Birth 5 Dec 1835, Hanover, Germany500
Death 29 Mar 1913, Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota500
Burial 2 Apr 1913, Kerns Oak Grove Cemetery, Belgrade, Nicollet, Minnesota500
Immigration abt 1844
Emigration abt 1844, Hannover, Germany
Occupation Farmer
Father ??? Budde (-ca1846)
Marriage 1855, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Children: John Phillip (1862-1933)
Frank E. (1865->1913)
William (1867-1879)
Charlie (1871-1879)
Cora E. (1876-)
Notes for Mary ???
Nicollet Leader, 25 Nov 1911:

" Mrs. William Budde, one of the old residents of Nicollet county, died at her home in Mankato last Saturday, at the age of 79 years. She was born in Germany and came to Belgrade with her husband 33 years ago aand settled on a farm. The funeral was held Tuesday from the Hebron church. She is survived by her husband and five children. The children are: Mrs. Jos. Reed and Mrs. J. Westbrook of Illinois, Mrs. Geo. Johnson and Frank Budde of Belgrade, and Phillip Budde of Washington." 33

She shares a headstone with her husband, " Mary Budde, 4 December 1832-18 November 1911."
501 (v. B, p. 7)
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 6 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
According to the state census returns, William and Mary moved to Belgrade in 1878.

Nicollet Leader, 5 April 1913:

" The funeral of William Budde, a former resident of Belgrade township, was held from the Kerns church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and interment was made in the church Cemetery. Rev. A. A. Schendel of Mankato had charge of the services. Mr. Budde died very suddenly las Saturday morning at a Mankato hospital of apoplexy. The deceased was born in Hanover, Germany, 76 years ago last December. He came to America when he was about nine years old and settled with his parents in Cook county, Ill. His father died soon after going there and Mr. Budde with his mother and sister moved to Chicago, where he remained until after his marriage in 1855. He came to Minnesota thirty-five years ago, and located in Belgrade township where Mr. Budde purchased a farm. About twenty years ago he moved to Mankato to reside and has lived there continuously since that time. He leaves three daughters and two sons. They are Mrs. J. H. Reed of Glenville, Ill., Mrs. G. W. Johnson of Kerns, Philip Budde of Washington, Frank Budde of Kerns and Mrs. Cora Westbrook of Glenview, Ill. His wife died a year ago last November. Mr. Budde's friends are many and his death will be deeply mourned by many people." 33

His headstone reads "William Budde, 5 December 1835-29 March 1913."
501 (v. B, p. 7)
1885 Minn. census, Nicollet Co., p. 6 [LDS FHL microfilm 565747]
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