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Family of Henry J BIDELER and Anna m FOXHOVEN

Henry J BIDELER b. 1874~5123 at New York5123. d. 1915 Dec 35132 at killed by a train, Fond du Lac, WI5132. bd. Avoca Cem., Oakfield, Fond du Lac, WI840.
Anna m FOXHOVEN b. 1880 Aug5130 at Wisconsin5130.

Married5130 1899~5130 at prob Wisconsin5130.

rather unusual enumeration, the 1900 census5130 for Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, lists child Anna Foxhoven, daughter of William and Mary Foxhoven, as married for 1 year. In the same In the next dwelling is listed one person, Henry Beittel(?), "son-in-law," born March, 1865, in New York. A birth index entry1686 for Leona May Bideler, born Nov 3, 1900, in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin, lists her parents as Henry Bidelr(sic) and Anna Foxhoven. From that information, it is assumed that the Henry "Beittel" of the 1900 census cited was Henry Bideler.

Because of the similarity in birthdate, birth location and resident location, Henry Bideler, the son of William A Bideler, is assumed to be the Henry Beittel/Bideler of the 1900 census, the husband of Anna Foxhoven, and the father of Leona Bideler. The location of their marriage is also assumed from that information.

Henry Bideler, age 6, born New York, is listed5123 as the son of William A Bideler in the 1880 census for Peshtigo, Wisconsin.

In 1910, Henry J "Videler" (sic, and as indexed), wife Anna M, and daughters Leona M and Eavlin J?, resided at 582 Elizabeth St, Fond du Lac, WI. He was a house painter.

Henry Bideler, while driving a delivery car for the Trevelen company, was killed instantly5132, Dec 3, 1915, when his automobile was struck by a Chicago & Northwestern passenger train at the corner of West Follett and North Brook streets. His neck was broken.

A 1916 article5129 in the Oshkosh Northwestern newspaper described an accident in Fond du Lac, WI, in which a seventy year-old man, August Schultz, was killed at the Division street crossing of the Northwestern railroad by a passenger train. The article continues: "Just one month ago to the day, Henry J Bideler, a delivery clerk for the Trevelen company, was run down by the same train and instantly killed. The Bideler accident took place just four blocks north of the place where the accident took place this morning."

A headstone840 in Avoca Cem., Oakfield, Fond du Lac Co., Wisconsin, reads: "BIDELER Henry J 1874 - 1915."

Following Henry Bideler's death, Anna married5133 Aug 3, 1917, Charles Lueck. Lueck was born Mar 17, 1874, in Ripon, Wisconsin. Lueck married first Oct 31, 1895, Anna Ferch. The couple moved to Fond du Lac in 1908. Anna Ferch Lueck died in 1916.

Charles Lueck died5133 Jan 4, 1937, in Fond du Lac, WI. He was survived by his (second) wife and her two daughters. Interment was in Rosendale Cemetery.

Children of Henry J BIDELER and Anna m FOXHOVEN:

1. Leona May BIDELER5131 b. 1901~5131 at Wisconsin5131. d. 1929 May 235134 at at a hospital, Fond Du Lac, WI5134.
md. Arthur E RACKOW
2. Evelyn M BIDELER5131 b. 1908 May~5131 at Wisconsin5131.


840. Gravestone inscriptions - www.findagrave.com
1686. Wisconsin Births and Christenings Index, 1826-1908, 1801-1928; www.ancestry.com
5123. 1880 Fed Census WI, Marinette Co., Peshtigo; www.ancestry.com
5129. Bideler, Henry J, killed by train, Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern, Mon, 3 Jan 1916; newspapers.com
5130. 1900 Fed Census WI, Fond Du Lac Co., Fond Du Lac; www.ancestry.com
5131. 1910 Fed Census WI, Fond du Lac Co., Fond du Lac; www.ancestry.com
5132. Obit - Bideler, Henry, killed by Chicago & Norwestern passenger train, Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern, Fri, Dec 3, 1915; newspapers.com
5133. Obit - Lueck, Charles, The Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern, Fri, Jan 8, 1937; newspaperarchive.com
5134. Rackow, Arthur, Trials for Murder, Sheboygan (WI) Press, May, 1929 - Jun, 1930; newspaperarchive.com