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Carl Benderling:

Born: January 28, 1855 in Bohemia (possibly in Hirschbergen).

Died: September 6, 1928 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Buried: September 8, 1928 at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Oshkosh.

Spouse: Theresia Schröder. Married in 1883.

Address: 532 11th St. (1900 census) 1130 10th St. (1928).

Immigration: 1883.

Occupation: Laborer at Lutz Stone Quarry.


Note: Carl was injured from a dynamite blast while at the quarry. A large rock struck him in the back creating a decent sized crater there, which never healed.


Note: The name Benderling should most likely be Penderling or Penterling, derived from Pendelin and/or Pendel per research in the Hirschbergen area.


Theresia Schröder:

Born: May of 1855 in Bohemia (possibly in Hirschbergen).

Died: December 10, 1919 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Buried: December 13, 1919 at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Oshkosh.

Spouse: Carl Benderling.

Immigration: 1883.

Children of Carl Benderling and Theresia Schröder:


Anna Benderling:

Born: February 1883 in Oshkosh, WI.

Baptized: February 15, 1883 at St. Vincent, Oshkosh.

Died: April 10, 1939 in Oshkosh, WI.

Buried: 1939 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Oshkosh.

Spouse: Louis Stadler. Married on February 27, 1911 at St. Vincent’s.


Theresa Benderling:

Born: March 1885 in Oshkosh.

Died: September 06, 1963.

Spouse: Herman (?) Zarling

Note: 1900 U.S. census shows her working at a match factory.


Mary Benderling:

Born: August 1887 in Oshkosh.

Died: November 1932 in Oshkosh.

Buried: November 7, 1932 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Oshkosh.


John Benderling:

Born: May 10, 1890 in Oshkosh.

Note: Served in WW1. Had a silver plate in his head as a result of war injury.


Sabina Benderling:

Born: October 1892 in Oshkosh.

Spouse: Emil Wolf.


Frank Benderling:

Born: April 1895 in Oshkosh.

Died: January 1919 in Oshkosh.

Buried: January 2, 1919 at Sacred Heart Cemetery.

Spouse: (?) Youngworth


Charles Benderling:

Born: January 1898 in Oshkosh.

Died: November 1918 in Oshkosh.

Buried: November 2,1918 at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Oshkosh.

Note: Served in WW1.

Nickname: Winky




Herman Stadler:

Born: February 06, 1841 or 1846 in or near Bischofsreut.

Died: May 06, 1902 in Oshkosh.

Buried: May 09, 1902 at St. Vincent, Oshkosh.

Spouse: Crescentia Nigl. Married February 13, 1872 in Grainet.

Address: 128 Ohio St. (1900 census).

Immigration: 1872 (w/wife Crescentia and Joseph Nigl and Karolina Nigl (Bloechl).

Occupation: Cobbler (shoe maker).


Crescentia Nigl:

Born: October 30, 1843 in Bischofsreut.

Parents: Josef Nigl and Theresia Weishäupl.

Died: January 26, 1919 in Oshkosh.

Buried: January 30, 1919 at St. Vincent, Oshkosh.


Children of Herman Stadler and Crescentia Nigl


George Stadler:

Born: July 02, 1872 in Kansas City, MO.

Died: March 30, 1960.

Spouse: Alvina Drexler. Married November 27, 1893 in Winnebago County.

Note: George had a farm about 6 miles outside Oshkosh and had 7 or 8 children.


Herman Stadler:

Born: 1874 in Kansas City, MO.

Spouse: Annie Dihedl. Married January 12, 1897 in Winnebago County.

Address: 5th St.


Mary Stadler:

Born: April 1876 in Oshkosh.


Joseph Stadler:

Born: February 12, 1878 in Oshkosh.

Baptized: February 28, 1878 at St. Vincent, Oshkosh.

Spouse: Mary Schornaur. Married September 09, 1913 at St. Vincent Church, Oshkosh.

Occupation: Shoe salesman.


Louis (Ludwig) Stadler

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Born: July 30, 1880 in Oshkosh.

Baptized: August 8, 1880 at St. Vincent, Oshkosh.

Died: December 12, 1930 in Oshkosh.

Buried: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Oshkosh.

Spouse: Anna Benderling.

Occupation: Shoe salesman.


John Stadler:

Born: March 09, 1884 in Oshkosh.

Spouse: Mary Schwanke.

Occupation: Shoe salesman.


I have much more information on the later generations of these ancestors and some information on the earlier generations and would love to share. Does anybody have information or pictures of my ancestors? Any other information or corrections would be greatly appreciated.


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