Anthony Roeder

From Calumet county marriage records:
Anthony Roeder and Elizabeth Stemper (v.3 p.248)
Married May 30, 1899 in Catholic Ceremony at St. Anna, Town of New Holstein
Anthony Roeder
Son of Bartholomeu Roeder and Anna Hiederer
Farmer –born Town of New Holstein
Elizabeth Stemper
Daughter of John Stemper and Barbara Grabonger
Born Port Washington, Ozaukee County
Witnesses Nic J. Stemper, Joe Hiederer, Anne Roeder and Barbara Stemper
From Manitowoc county death records:
Anton Roeder (v.61 p.235)
Widower [of Elizabeth Stemper]
Jan. 16, 1876-Aug. 18, 1965
Son of Barthelme Roeder and Anna Hiederer
Born Wisconsin –farmer 
Died from “carcinoma of the liver, 4 months”
Buried at St. Anna Catholic Cemetery, Town of New Holstein
From Manitowoc county death records:
Elizabeth Roeder nee Stemper (v.50 p.384)
Wife of Anton Roeder
Nov. 4, 1875-Aug. 28, 1956
Daughter of John Stemper and Barbara Grabinger
Born Wisconsin
Died from "pneumonia following cerebral vascular 
   accident, 3 days -left ventricular heart failure 
   -hypertensive heart disease, years -senility"
Buried at St. Anna Catholic Cemetery, Town of New Holstein
Anton Roeder, 89, 910 6th St., Kiel, died at his home early 
this morning.  He had been ill for several months.  He was 
born Jan. 16, 1876, son of the late Barthelme and Annie 
Hiederer Roeder. He attended school in St. Anna. He married 
Elizabeth Stemper of St. Anna, May 30, 1899.  They lived on 
a farm in New Holstein which they operated until their 
retirement in 1948 when they moved to Kiel. Mrs. Roeder died 
in August, 1955.  He was a member of Holy Name Society and 
the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin, St. Anna Branch.  
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Math (Olive) Winkel, R. 2, 
Elkhart Lake, and Mrs. Alfred (Viola) Mirsberger, Sheboygan; 
a son, Ervin, R. 3, Chilton; 11 grandchildren and 27 great 
grandchildren.  A son, Walter, preceded him in death. 
Services will be held at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 
Kiel, following brief family rites at the Meiselwitz Funeral 
Home, Kiel.  The Rev. George Kiefer, pastor, will celebrate 
the requiem mass.  Burial will be in St. Anna Cemetery.
Sheboygan Press, August 18, 1965
Mrs. Anton Roeder, 79, of 910 6th St., Kiel, died early 
Sunday morning at St. Nicholas Hospital after a prolonged 
illness. Nee Elizabeth Stemper, she was born Nov. 4, 1875, 
in the town of Port Washington, a daughter of the late 
John and Barbara Grabinger Stemper.  She was married 
May 30, 1899, to Anton Roeder at St. Ann’s Catholic Church 
at St. Anna, six miles west of Kiel. The couple celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary in 1949. After their 
marriage the couple settled on a farm near St. Ann where 
they lived until moving to Kiel in 1948.  Mrs. Roeder was 
a member of Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church at Kiel and 
the Christian Mothers’ Alter Society of St. Ann’s parish at 
St. Ann.
Survivors are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Matthew 
(Olive) Winkel, St. Ann, and Mrs. Alfred (Viola) Mirsberger, 
Sheboygan; two sons, Ervin of Chilton, and Walter of New 
Holstein; 11 grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. 
She is also survived by two brothers, John Stemper of Kiel 
and Nick of New Holstein, and four sisters, Mrs. Barbara 
Weyker, Racine, Mrs. John Hass, Minneapolis and Mrs. Albert 
Kohler and Mrs. Henry Mitter, both of Barton. Two sisters 
and a brother preceded her in death.  
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Ss. Peter and 
Paul Catholic, Kiel, following brief rites at the Meiselwitz 
Funeral Home in Kiel.  Burial will be in St. Ann’s parish 
Sheboygan Press, August 29, 1955


Bartholmaeus Roeder

From Sheboygan county death records:
Anna Roeder nee Hiederer (v.24 p.7)
Widow [of Bartholmaeus Roeder]
Nov. 23, 1836-March 10, 1922
Only info on parents is that they were “Hiederer” 
   and were born in Austria
Born Austria
Died from “general debility –old age”
Buried at St. Ann Cemetery, Town of New Holstein
St. Anna Cemetery
Roeder Barthelmy 1837-1891
Roeder Anna 1836-1965


Bartholmaeus & Agnes Roeder & Children Anton & Anna