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Daniel Bader

Obituary of Daniel Bader

Excerpt from Kulm ND, Town History, 1892-1957; Published by the Odessa Digital Library - 4 Nov 2001; l; Copyright 2001, Allen Konrad, Box 2544, New Germany 3620, South Africa, onamission@eastcoast.co.za.

Mr. Bader was born March 21, 1878 in Paris, Bessarabia, South Russia. At the age of six he came to this country with his parents who settled in Scotland, S. Dak. One year later the family left for North Dakota and homesteaded in the vicinity of Medina, North Dakota.On November 1, 1900 he was married to Anna Maria Schulz. She died December 31, 1949. They had ten children. Two have passed away.

In 1907 he sold his farm and bought a farm 11 miles south of Kulm. Here he stayed until he retired in 1936. He married Wilhelmina Lay in 1950. She died a year later. Mr. Bader married Katherine Joachim on August 16, 1952. There are eight living children: Nathaniel, Jamestown, N.D.; Gottlieb; Ida, Mrs. Fred Heller; Helen, Mrs. Reuben Motz; and Mabel, Mrs. Wm. Suko, all of Lodi, Calif.; Emma, Mrs. David Seefried and Bertha, Mrs. Albert Woehl both of Fredonia and Alvina, Mrs. Jacob F. Schock, of Casper, Wyo.

He was a member of the Congregational Church, being one of the charter members and founders of the church in Medina. Mr. Bader died November 27, 1956 at the age of 78 years.

Obituary -Kulm Messenger, Dec 6, 1956

Funeral services for Daniel Bader, 78, of Kulm, were held Monday afternoon from the Congregational church here with the Rev. Christian Martin officiating. Mr. Bader died in his home Tuesday, November 27, as a result of a heart attack.

Pallbearers were Oscar Lange, Chris Irion, August Laeger, Ed Kusler, John Rott and Dan Patzer.

He was born March 21, 1878, in Paris, Bessarabia, South Russia. At the age of six he came to this country with his parents who settled in Scotland, S.Dak. One year later the family left for North Dakota and homesteaded about four and one-half miles south of Medina. On Nov. 1, 1900, he was married to Anna Maria Schulz. She died December 31, 1949. They had ten children, two preceded their father in death.

In 1907, he sold his farm, and bought a farm 12 miles south of Kulm. Here he stayed until his retirement in the city of Kulm in 1936.

He was married to Willhelmina Lay in 1950. She died the following year. On August 16, 1952 he was married to Katherine Joachim, nee Wagner.

The deceased was a member of the Congregational church, being one of the charter members and founder of the church in Medina. Later he was a member of St. John's, then Hoffingsfeld parishes and lastly the Kulm parish. He was active in prayer meeting circles.

Survivors besides his wife are his eight children. Nathaniel, Jamestown; Gottlieb, Mrs. Fred Heller (Ida), Mrs. Reuben Matz (Helen), and Mrs. William Suko (Mabel), all of Lodi, Calif.; Mrs. David Seefried (Emma) and Mrs. Albert Woehl (Bertha), both of Fredonia; amd Mrs. Jacob F. Schock (Alvina), Casper, Wyo; also 29 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, one brother, Emanuel Bader, Parkston, S. Dak.; one sister, Mrs. Nathanial Roloff (Lydia), Kulm; six stepchildren, 14 step-grandchildren and one step-great grandchild.

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