Haupert, Michael 1838-1922 & Mary Ann Monner Family
HAUPERT, MONNER, HAUPERT
Posted By: Wilma J. Vande Berg - volunteer (email)
Date: 11/5/2022 at 06:49:37
Haupert, Michael 1838-1922 and MaryAnne Monner Family
This biography was compiled by Wilma J. Vande Berg of the Greater Sioux County Genealogical Society and taken from various identified sources. Purpose was to find as much about the Michael Haupert family as is available in local sources. When family information is taken from various sources it is often found that the information varies from one source to another. Often birth places and dates are listed differently by family reports. The information in this biography was stated as found in the source addressed.
The life and times of Sioux County pioneers can be read about in several Sioux County books. “The Story of Sioux County” by Charles Dyk gives a very colorful account of pioneer life with its joys and hardships. The book “Siouxland A History of Sioux County” by Nelson Nieuwenhuis gives great historical accounts of the area. The “1908 Sioux County Atlas” also has historical accounts of the various townships of Sioux County.. Also, the ‘Sioux County Iowa digital archives’ can be googled as such, and can be searched for your ancestors names that could lead to more items of interest in their daily life.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH BOOK page 151. Michael Haupert Family
Michael Haupert was born August 15, 1838 in Sandweiler, Luxemburg, and came to the Dubuque Iowa area, settling on a small farm in Jackson County near St. Catherine’s Church. He married Mary Ann Monner on Jun 21, 1865. they came to the Remsen, Iowa area in 1879 and in 1882 bought a farm southeast of Alton where they lived until they built a house and retired in Alton in 1896.
They had seven children. (only six listed in the narrative)
John married Angeline Budde and moved to Bancroft, Iowa and later to Herman, Minnesota. They had eleven children. Catherine Haupert married August Strohbeen. They lived near Remsen and had one children Catherine died about two years later. Rose married William Ahlers. They lived on a farm near Granville until they retired and moved into Granville. Elizabeth married Matthew Perlot. They farmed north of Granville and later moved to Adrian MN, then to Oregon. They came back to Alton in 1919 after the death of Mrs. Michael Haupert to take care of Michael in his declining years. Michael Haupert passed away July 19, 1922. The Perlots remained in the Haupert home until they passed away. They had five children. Susan Haupert married Louis Noethe. They lived on a farm south of Alton for many years, before building a home in Alton where they lived until both passed away. They had five children. Mary Haupert married Michael Perlot and moved to Granville, where they had a hotel and restaurant for many years. They had two children.
RESEARCH NOTES: From a family report on ancestry.com on public member trees submitted by other related people and not verified by this compiler. Also added obituaries of the children from local archives.
Michael Haupert was born 15, Aug 1838 Sandwieler, Luxembourg and died 19 Jul 1922 Alton IA. His parents were Peter Haupert born 1810 died 1910 Dubuque Iowa and Anna Catherine Haupert born 1811 and died 18 Aug 1895 Dubuque Iowa Michael married Maria Ann Monner Jun 21, 1865 St. Catherine, Dubuque Iowa.
Mary Ann Monner was born 24 Jul 1846 Pulvermuhle, Luxembourg and died 20 Jan 1919 Alton IA. She was the daughter of John Peter Monner Sr. born 8 Mar 1810 Pulvermuhle, Luxembourg and died Apr 1880 Jackson County IA and Catherine Haupert born 17 Aug 1823 Sandweiler, Luxembourg and died 10 May 1854 Dubuque IA.
1. JOHN HAUPERT John Haupert born 14 May 1866 St. Catherine, Dubuque IA died 7 Aug 1929 Elbow Lake, Grant MN His wife was Angeline Caroline Budde 1872-1957 There children were Gertrude 1892-1968; Michael 1894-1898; LeRoy 1895-1901; Louisa 1897-1990; Loretta 1899-1993; Antoinette 1901-1998; Sylvaria 1903-1966; John 1906-1982; Aeired 1909-1986; Walter 1911-1991; Joseph 1914-1992.
From the Alton Democrat, August 16, 1929: John Haupert Died: Was Ill But A Few Hours
Funeral of Former Granville Man Held at Bancroft Saturday. John Haupert, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haupert of Alton, died August 7 at the Powers hospital at Barrett, Minn., after an illness of only a few hours from gastritis hemorrhages. He was born at St. Catherine’s, Dubuque county, and at the age of nine came with his parents to Sioux county where he lived near Granville until the time of his marriage April 16, 1891 to Miss Angeline Budde, when he and his wife moved to Kosseth county, locating near Bancroft. Four years ago they moved to Elbow Lake, Minn. He was a resident of Kossuth county 35 years. Funeral services were held at Bancroft at St. John’s Catholic church Aug. 10 at 9 a.m.. Rev. J. D. Fisch officiating. He was a life long Catholic and a member of the Roman Catholic Mutual Protective society. Burial was made at Bancroft. The pallbearers were Joseph Rapp, Henry Naber, Michael Rustemeier, Raymond Miller, Henry Blocker, Henry Fox, all of Bancroft.
He is survived by the widow, five daughters and four sons who are as follows: Mrs. Frank Hatten, Mrs. John Herbers, Mrs. Otto Vaske, all of Bancroft; Mrs. Nick Gaul, Alton; Miss Sylvaria Haupert, Elbow Lake, Minn.; John of Bancroft, Alfred, Walter and Joseph of Elbow Lake. Four sisters, two at Alton and two at Granville, also survive as follows: Mrs. Will Ahlers, Mrs. M. H. Perlot, Granville; Mrs. Mat. Perlot, Mrs. Louis Noethe, Alton. All of the above, the sisters with their husbands, attended the funeral services, also Arnold, Benjamin, Isabelle and Sylvia Ahlers of Pipestone, Minn.; Mrs. C. F. Hellig[?[ of Comfrey, Minn. Two sons, Michael and LeRoy, preceded their father to the Beyond. Sympathy of the community is extended to the relatives of the highly respected citizen in his untimely death.
2. CATHERINE HAUPERT born 1867 and died 1888 Granville IA Alton Democrat of Nov 10, 1888
Mrs. Strobeens, a daughter of Mike Haupert, residing in East Orange Died very suddenly on Election day of either consumption of heart disease, we have not learned which. She was buried in St. Mary’s cemetery Alton IA. She was married 9 Jun 1885 to Gustav Strohbeen in Plymouth County IA. Find a Grave lists a daughter Elizabeth Mrs. Nicholas Peschon, born 1886 died 1953 Pipestone MN, they had two children Raymond and Charles Peschon.
3. ROSA HAUPERT born 13 Sep 1866 St. Catherine Dubuque Co. Iowa died 6 Jun 1963 Granville IA. Rites Held Here For Oldest Resident, Mrs. Wm. Ahlers Funeral services were held at St. Joseph Church Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock for Mrs. William Ahlers Sr. who passed away Thursday morning, June 8, at 7:10, at the age of 94, due to Infirmities of her age. A solemn Requlem Mass was read by Rev. N, J. Becker, celebrant, Rev. J. J. Dalhoff, deacon, Rev Z, Relsing, subdeacon. Rose Haupert was born Sept 13, 1868 in Jackson County, la., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Haupert, and came with her parents to a farm between Remsen and Le Mars, later moved to a farm north of Remsen, and In 1882 came to a farm southwest of Granville. On Feb. 5, 1889, she was married to William Ahlers at St. Joseph Church, Granville, and began farming southwest of Granville where they resided until retiring and moving to town In 1924. Mr. Ahlers passed away July 28. 1941.
"Grandma Ahlers" as she was known by all, broke her hip in a fall July 28, 1958 and was in a wheel chair being bedfast only about two weeks and was always cared for by her children in her home. They were the parents of 16 children. Surviving are seven sons, John, Bill and Ray of Granville, Lawrence of Remsen, Joe and Albert of Dell Rapids, S. D., Ben of Worthinigton, two daughters: Mrs. Ida Vortherms of Adrian, Minn., (Isabelle) Mrs. Cyril Thier, of Rushmore, Minn., numerous grandchildren, and many great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Perlot of Granville The (last surviving member of that Haupert family). Preceding her in death were her husband, four sons, Henry, Mike, Anton and Rev. Arnold Ahlers, three daughters; (Anna) Mrs. John Schuver, (Rose) Mrs. Ben Vortherms, and Adelaide, her parents, one brother, and five sisters. Rosary was recited at the Fisch Funeral Home, Remsen, Saturday evening, and at Spalding Hall, Granville, Sunday evening. Burial was in St. Joseph cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons, Odelo, Leo, Sylvester, Marvin, Irvin and Emmett Ahlers.
4. PAULINE HAUPERT born Feb 1870 Mosalem, Dubuque IA and died abt -1870 St. Catherine, Dubuque IA
5. ELISABETH HAUPERT 1872-1872 St. Catherine, Dubuque, IA
6. ELIZABETH HAUPERT born 23 Feb 1875 Alton IA died 18 Nov 1961 Alton IA
Nov. 23, 1961 Alton Democrat Mrs. Elizabeth Perlot, a well loved resident of Alton since 1919, died Saturday, November 18 at the LeMars hospital,where she had been a patient for 15 months. She suffered a stroke Nov. 7 which was the immediate cause of her death. She was 86 years of age.
Elizabeth Haupert was born Feb. 23, 1875 to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haupert and lived a child in the Granville and Alton vicinity. She was married to Matthew Perlot Feb. 12 at St. Joseph church in Granville. The couple farmed near Granville for 5 years, then at Adrrian, Minn, for several years, moving in 1905 to the far Northwest where they lived in the Portland, Oregon vicinity and at Kennewick, Wash, until 1919. In that year they returned to Sioux Counity and made their home in Alton. Mr. Perlot died in 1954.
Survivinig are a son, Leonard of Portland, Ore.; two daughters, Mrs. John Hellberg of Oregon City. Ore., and Mrs. Otto P. Kettler of Alton; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Ahlers and Mrs. Mary Perlot, both of Granville; l5 grandchildren and 2l great grandchildren. Two sons died in infancy; 1 brother and 2 sisters preceded Mrs. Perlot in death.
Rosaries were recited Sunday evening, Monday afternoon and evening, with funeral services at 10 a.m. Tuesday from St. Mary's Catholic church, Msgr. Zeno Reising officiating, and interment in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Perlot was a member of St. Mary's Rosary society, devoted to her family and church and never too busy to take time for a kind deed.
Arriving Tuesday were her sons Leonard and daughter Mrs. Hellberg from Oregon, and, three grandsons including Bernard Kettler, his wife and daughter of Peoria, IL., John Kettler of Madison, Wis. and Edward of lowa State University,Ames. Relatives from Minnesota and South Dakota were also expected for the rites.
7. MARY HAUPERT born 10 Feb 1877 St. Donatus, Jackson Co. IA died 21 Jan 1966 Alton IA She married Michael Henry Perlot 1876-1956, Listed children – Irene M. 1902-1967, LeRoy Michael 1910-1971. Obit Source: Alton Democrat (1-27-1966) Born: February 10, 1877 Died: January 21, 1966 Mrs. Michael H. Perlot, 88, passed away at her home Friday evening, January 21, at 10:30 o’clock, following an illness of three weeks. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Granville, Monday morning at 10:00 o’clock, Reverend N.J. Becker officiating. Rosary was recited at Spalding Hall, Granville, Sunday evening. Burial was at St. Joseph Cemetery with Fisch Funeral Home of Remsen in charge. Mrs. Perlot was a member of the Christian Mothers of St. Joseph parish.
Mary Haupert was born February 10, 1877, at St. Donatus, Iowa, daughter of Michael and Mary Ann (Monner) Haupert. When she was one year old the family moved to a farm in the Remsen vicinity and later, in the 80’s, they moved to a farm southwest of Granville where she resided with her parents until they moved to Alton in 1896. On November 22, 1898, she was married to Michael Perlot at St. Mary’s Church, and they began farming on her father’s farm near Granville until November, 1911, when they moved to Granville where they operated a café and hotel where Mrs. Perlot still resided at the time of her death.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Irene Koob, one son, LeRoy Perlot, both of Granville, by a granddaughter, Mrs. Darold Menke of Fort Dodge, a grandson, Captain Robert Perlot of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, by six great-grandchildren and by one great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Perlot was the last surviving member of the Haupert family. She was preceded in death by her husband, a son-in-law, Nick Koob, a great-granddaughter, her parents, one brother and six sisters--John Haupert, Kathryn , Mrs. Gus Strobeen; Rosa, Mrs. William Ahlers; Elizabeth, Mrs. Matt Perlot; Susan, her twin sister, Mrs. Louis Noethe; Pauline and Elizabeth, who both died in infancy.
8. SUSAN HAUPERT 1877-1958 Source: Alton Democrat (1-1-1959)
Born: February 10, 1877 Died: December 27, 1958 Mrs. Louis Noethe, another of Alton’s beloved early residents, died at her home December 27 after a long illness. Susan Haupert was born February 10, 1877 at Springbrook, Jackson County, Iowa to Michael and Mary(Monner) Haupert. In childhood she came with her parents, brothers and sisters to this vicinity, her parents having homesteaded east of Alton. She was married April 27, 1903 to Louis Noethe. The couple farmed south of Alton until 1917 when they retired and moved to a fine new home in Alton. Mr. Noethe, who served a number of terms as County Supervisor, died on June 30, 1953. A few months later Mrs. Noethe had a fall from which she never recovered and has since been in the care of nurses and her devoted daughters. Surviving are her five children: Barbara (Mrs. Paul Von Arb); Stella (Mrs. C. B. Schneider) both of Alton; Dr. E.M. Noethe of Slayton, Minnesota; Lillian (Mrs. George Henrich) of Alton; Silveria (Mrs. Magnus Konz) of Hospers; three sisters: Mrs. Rose Ahlers of Granville, Mrs. Elizabeth Perlot of Alton, Mrs. Mary Perlot, her twin sister, of Granville; 26 grandchildren; and 30 great-grandchildren. One sister and a brother preceded her in death. Funeral services at 10:30 Monday morning were in charge of Monsignor Z. Reising at St. Mary’s Church. Pallbearers were grandsons: Melvin Von Arb, Orville Von Arb, Edward, Louis Henrich, Tom Schneider, Jim Konz and Duane Konz. Mrs. Noethe was a member of the Rosary Society of St. Mary’s Church. She was a devoted parent, a kind, loyal friend and neighbor
RESEARCH CENSUS RECORDS:
1860 Census of Mosalem, Dubuque Iowa Michael Haupert- Living with Parents Peter Haupert age 61 and Catherine Haupert age 60 Children Henry 23, Michael 21, Mary 18, Jacob, Lena, Rosanna 11, Napolean 9, and Peter 4.
1860 Census of Mosalem, Dubuque Iowa Mary Anne Monner age 14, born abt 1846 Luxembourg. Was living in with her father John Monner age 56 born about 1804 Luxembourg, a farmer. Children Peter Monner 22, Nicholas 19, John P. 18, John 16, Mayr 14, Susan 12, Anthony 8 and Hillary 6.
1870 census Lists Michael Haupert age 31 born about 1839 Luxembourg living in Mosalem, Dubuque, IA with wife Mary age 23, children John 4, Catherine 3, Rose abt 2 and Pauline 4 mo.
1880 Census of America Plymouth County IA Lists Michael Howfurt (Haupert) age 43 wife Mary age 30, children – John age 14, Caroline age 13, Rosa age 11, Elizabeth age 7, Mary age and Susie age 3.
1900 Census of Nassau Township Sioux County IA Lists Michael Haupert age 64 born Aug 1835 Germany. He was a farmer. Immigrated 1850, wife Mary A. Haupert age 46, married 1861
SIOUX COUNTY ATLAS of 1908 – Early Luxembourg Settlers
In the 1908 Sioux county Atlas Part III Section 2 page 13 There is an article “Reminiscence By Peter Hansen” tells of the early life the early Luxembourgers settler in East Orange, Floyd and Nassau townships of Sioux County.
Through the influence of Peter Gehlen, at that time a resident of Jackson County, seventeen men, some single and some married, left Jackson County on the 2nd day of May, 1870, with eighteen prairie schooners; drawn by oxen. It took eighteen days to cover that distance, thus landing in Sioux County May 19th, 1870. W e came via Waterloo, Fort Dodge, Storm Lake and Cherokee. The names of this original colony and as near as I can remember, where they settled, are as follows. Franz Hansen homesteaded on section 18, East Orange. P. and N. Ginsbach on section 34, Nassau. Peter and Henry Frantzen, section 26, Nassau. Michael Konz and Mike Biever, section 24, Nassau. Peter Wagner, Peter Gehlen, Theo. Gehlen, Nic Nemmers and Frank Arens on section 5, East Orange. Math Harens, section 26, Floyd. Peter Ney, John Perlot, Henry Remacle and Peter and John Christiany all settled in Floyd Township.
The above were all Luxembourgers and had the zeal of the early Christians, so were not slow in providing a place of worship. (See Very Rev. Brunes' sketch of early Catholic settlements in Sioux County in sketch of St. Mary's congregation of Alton, Iowa.)
Other early settlers in the German Catholic Colony were Nic and Matt Probst, who homesteaded on section 18, East Orange. Nicholas Kellen, father of Math, John, Peter and Camellus Kellen, now prominent settlers In this community. Joe Krebs, Jacob, Theodore and Nicholas Klein, John and Nicholas Schneider, H. and P. Goebel, J. and G. Gerst, N. and P. Schaul, N. and J. Henrich, M. Streff, M. Schroeder, N. Koob, Michael Haupert, Joe Budde and others the writer cannot remember.
Homesteads were all gone in and around Alton in 1871. Railroad land, while the homesteads lasted, sold at $1.25 per acre.
The grasshopper raid came in 1873 and they were with us for several seasons. Some years all the crop was destroyed, others only a part. These were truly years of discouragement. All of us, no doubt, would have left if we had had enough means to get away, but as it was we had to stay, which after all proved a blessing to us all as this has surely become a garden spot. East Orange and Nassau were originally one township called Nassau, but in 1875 East Orange became a separate organization by an act of the Board of Supervisors in 1875. When organized there were only enough voters, so every one could get an office.
OBITUARY of Michael Haupert 1838-1922 Alton Democrat July 22, 1922
M. Haupert Aged Alton Resident Dies - Lived in Sioux county Since 1884 and in Alton for Twenty Five Years. - 83 Years of age. Died Wednesday June 19, Following Stroke – 5 children, 7 brothers and sisters Survive. Michael Haupert, aged resident of Alton passed away at 1;15 p.m. Wednesday, July 19th at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Muth Periot. He was 83 years and 11 months old, and was in god health until about two years ago when he suffered a stroke of paralysis, although he has not been entirely helpless until within the last few days when he had a similar attack. Mr. Haupert has lived in Alton for many 25 years and in Sioux county since 1884. He was loved and respected by all and will be greatly missed. Five children survive their father. They are John of Bancroft, who arrived at this father’s bedside Monday; Mrs. W. Ahlers of Granville; Mrs. Muth Perlot, Alton; Mrs. M. H. Perlot, Granville; Mrs. Lou Noethe, Alton. Besides his children he is survived by three brothers and four sisters all home. He is the first of the eight brothers and sisters to go. The others range in age from 75-86 years, Michael being the second son.
Michael Haupert was born at Sandweiler, Luxemburg, August 15th 1838 and came to the US with his parents when he was eight years old. The family settled in Iowa on a farm near Dubuque, where Michael grew to manhood. He was married in Jun 1865 to Mary Ann Monnier at St. Catherine’s, a rural church eight miles from Dubuque. Eight children were born to this union, of whom two died in infancy and the oldest daughter, Kate, Mrs. August Stroffien of Granville, passed away in 1885. In 1878 the family came west to a farm three miles from Le Mars. They lived six years in Plymouth county and in 1884 moved to Sioux county, purchasing a farm in East Orange twsp. Three miles southwest of Granville, where they lived for many years. In about 1896 Mr. Haupert built a home in Alton , where he and Mrs. Haupert came to live. Both lived to celebrate their golden wedding when which was a big event in the family, all the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren gathering at the W. Ahlers place near Granville. During their declining years they were cared for by their daughter and son in law. Mr and Mrs. Math Perlot who lived with them. Mrs. Haupert passed on in January 1919. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary’s church Saturday morning at none o’clock.
OBITUARY of Mary Ann Mrs. Michael Haupert Haupert, Mary Ann 1846-1919 buried in St. Mary’s cemetery Alton IA, as listed in the St. Mary’s cemetery index.
The week of her death Jan 20, 1919 seems to be missing from the digital Alton newspaper archives.
From the Le Mars Semi Weekly Sentinel of Jan 28, 1919 page 2. Under Alton news Mrs. Michael Haupert passed away Monday after an illness of a few weeks. She was born in Luxemburg in 1846 and was married in June 1865, and was the mother of eight children, five o whom are living. John, of Bancroft IA; Mrs. Ella Ahlers and Mrs. H. Perlot, of Granville; Mrs. Mat Perlot of Kenwick Wash.; and Mrs. L. Noethe of Alton IL. All were present a the time of her death. She also leaves an aged husband, Michael Haupert, thirty five grand children, and fourteen great grandchildren. Four brothers J. P. Monner of Spring Brook IA; Tony of Portland OR; Henry of Chinton IA; and one sister, Mrs. Susan Capiseus of Davenport, IA. The funeral which was held at St. Mary’s church Thursday morning was attended by many relatives.
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