Russell Walter William Bauer, 19232005 (aged 82 years)

Name
Russell Walter William /Bauer/
Given names
Russell Walter William
Surname
Bauer
Birth January 11, 1923 24 22
Christening March 25, 1923 25 23 (aged 2 months)
Address: Christ Church, UCC 915 E. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53207

Event Description: Christus Evangelical Church

Death of a paternal grandmotherAugusta Wilhelmina Wollin
May 18, 1929 (aged 6 years)
Cause: Acute Myocarditis
Burial of a paternal grandmotherAugusta Wilhelmina Wollin
May 20, 1929 (aged 6 years)
Address: Riverside Cemetery 1401 Memorial Drive Menominee, MI 49858
Phone: 906-863-1753
Confirmation
St. Andrews Ev. Lutheran Church
April 5, 1936 (aged 13 years)
Grade School about 1937 (aged 13 years)
Note: Humbolt Park School
Death of a maternal grandmotherAuguste Friedericke Wilhelmeine Tess
December 1, 1940 (aged 17 years)

Event Description: Age: 76

Burial of a maternal grandmotherAuguste Friedericke Wilhelmeine Tess
December 5, 1940 (aged 17 years)
Address: Pilgrims Rest Cemetery 3110 West Forest Home Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53215
High School
Boys Technical High School
1941 (aged 17 years)
Military
United States WWII Enlistment Records
January 13, 1943 (aged 20 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherAugust John Bauer
October 20, 1944 (aged 21 years)

Event Description: Age: 78

Burial of a paternal grandfatherAugust John Bauer
October 23, 1944 (aged 21 years)
Address: Anah Cemetery Crystal Township, Wi
Death of a maternal grandfatherCharles Zube
February 12, 1951 (aged 28 years)

Event Description: Age: 88

Burial of a maternal grandfatherCharles Zube
February 14, 1951 (aged 28 years)
Address: Pilgrims Rest Cemetery 3110 West Forest Home Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53215
Death of a fatherJohn Siegmund August Bauer
June 1, 1976 (aged 53 years)
Burial of a fatherJohn Siegmund August Bauer
June 4, 1976 (aged 53 years)
Address: Omro Cemetery 1600 Waukau Ormo, WI
Death of a motherElsie Bertha Mitilda Zube
February 28, 1978 (aged 55 years)
Burial of a motherElsie Bertha Mitilda Zube
March 2, 1978 (aged 55 years)
Address: Omro Cemetery 1600 Waukau Ormo, WI
_FSFTID
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Death January 18, 2005 (aged 82 years)
Address: Ruth's Hospice 8300 West Beloit Road West Allis, WI 53219
Cause of death: End Stage Congestive Heart Failure/Ischemic Cardiomyopathy
Burial January 24, 2005 (6 days after death)
Address: St. Adalbert Cemetery & Mausoleum 3801 South 6th Street Milwaukee, WI 53221
Phone: 414-483-3663

Event Description: St Adalbert

Address
n/a

Mailing name: n/a
Family with parents
father
18981976
Birth: March 3, 1898 31 28Lake Mills, Jefferson, Wisconsin, USA
Death: June 1, 1976Omro, Winnebago, Wisconsin, USA
mother
19001978
Birth: February 27, 1900 37 35Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Death: February 28, 1978Omro, Winnebago, Wisconsin, USA
Marriage
Marriage: April 8, 1922Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
9 months
himself
19232005
Birth: January 11, 1923 24 22Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Death: January 18, 2005West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Family with Emilia Emily Ann Sikora
himself
19232005
Birth: January 11, 1923 24 22Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Death: January 18, 2005West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
wife
19212015
Birth: February 20, 1921 34 32Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Death: February 17, 2015West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
son
Private
son
Private
Birth

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Birth

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Birth

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Birth

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ChristeningView

Event Description: Christus Evangelical Church

Christening

Formally: Christus Church Corner of Pine And Russell Avenues Milwaukee

Grade School

Humbolt Park School

Military

Ohio birthplace in error

Death

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Death

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Death

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Death

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BurialView

Event Description: St Adalbert

Burial

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Burial

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Burial

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Burial

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Burial

History

St. Adalbert's Cemetery was begun for the South Side Polish Catholic parishes a few years after Holy Trinity.

South Side Catholics of Polish descent wanted their own burial grounds. On Dec. 7, 1888 Archbishop M. Heiss bought 30 acres of land just south of Holy Trinity Cemetery for what was to be St. Adalbert's cemetery. Because it served all Polish parishes, it was commonly called the Polish Union Cemetery until Archbishop Messmer restored its original consecration name, St. Adalbert's. In 1908 and 1916 more property was purchased and rearranged with Holy Trinity cemetery creating the current boundaries between the two cemeteries. In December 1916, the property east of the railroad tracks, about 61 acres, was purchased. Additional purchases on both sides of the tracks in 1928, 1931, and 1937, expanded the cemetery grounds. The bridge spanning the railroad tracks to connect the east and west sections of the cemetery was opened in 1946. Source: St. Adalbert Cemetery - excerpted from "We, The Milwaukee Poles" -- 1846-1946 pgs. 43-45 [Milwaukee Public Library] submitted by Gary.

At one time there was a fence between St. Adalbert's and Holy Trinity's cemeteries, but that came down several decades ago. Originally, the Holy Trinity office was on 13th Street, and St. Adalbert's office was near its Gothic chapel. But when the parishes combined - sometime after 1970 - all the records were transferred to the new office building on 6th Street.

Polish Union Cemetery (totally different from Union Cemetery) was absorbed by St. Adalbert's quite awhile back. Its graves were centered around a small hill on the east side of the railroad tracks and south of the bridge.

Some of the older records - pre-1900 - were destroyed by a fire. The remainder are available on the Archdiocese website.