Saturday, December 17, 2011

Bertha Louise Niebauer (Brendahl)

NIEBAUER -- Services for Mrs. Bertha L. Niebauer, 87, formerly of 1054 O'Brien St., who died Tuesday, will be 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Holy Cross Catholic; Church, Rev. William J. pastor, officiating.
Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Hickey Funeral Home. 2702 Lincoln Way where a wake service will be 7:30 p.m. today.

Mrs. Joseph J. Niebauer
Mrs. Bertha L. Niebauer, 87, formerly of 1054 O'Brian St. died in the River Park Nursing Home at 5:20 a.m. today following an extended illness. She was born Dec. 1, 1883 in Owosso, Mich., and came to South Bend from three in 1906. Her husband, Joseph J., preceded her in death Dec. 19, 1965.
Her survivors are three sons, Frederick, of South Bend; Joseph Jr., of Cass0p0lis, and Robert, of California; three daughters, Mrs. Magdeline Niebauer, of Chicago; Mrs. Ruth McCormick, Winfield, lll., and Mrs. Cecilia Brown, of Lima, Pa., nine grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. Friends may call Wednesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Hickey Funeral Home, 2702 Lincoln Way W. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.

John Joseph Niebauer Jr


JOHN J. NIEBAUER Philippine fighting veteran
OBITUARIES John J. Niebuuer Dies At 80
John Joseph Niebauer of 10 Wiltshire Avenue, Larkspur, a veteran of the campaign against insurrectionists in the Philippine Islands, died in a local hospital yesterday after a long illness. He was 80.
Niebauer, who grew up on a Michigan farm, enlisted in the Army at the age of 19.
After one month of training at Jefferson Barracks, M0., he was shipped to Manila and as= signed to the 14th Cavalry, with which he saw action against the Moros in Mindanao. During his three-year enlistment, he rose from private to sergeant. Later, while stationed at the Presidio of Monterey, Niebauer was among the soldiers rushed to San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake t.o guard against looting and help restore order.
Niebauer served 36 years with American Import Co. in San Francisco. The last 20 years he was secretary-treasurer. He retired in 1959.
He lived off and on in Marin County, moving here for the last time nine years ago.
He kept careful rainfall figures at his home in the Chevy Chase portion of Larkspur and faithfully reported his readings tot the Independent-Journal.
He was a member of the St. Patrick’s Church Holy Name Society, De La Salle Council 52 of the Young Men’s Institute and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
He is survived by his Wife, Iola B. Niebauer; a son, Dr. John J. Niebauer of San Francisco; five brothers, Andrew and Louis Niebauer, both of Chicago; Joseph Niebauer of South Bend, Ind., and Leo and Ben Niebauer, both of Michigan; two sisters. Mrs. Mary Prall and Mrs. Ella Coillet, both of Michigan, and two grandchildren. Funeral cortege will leave
Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo, at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow and go to St. Patrick’s Church, Larkspur, where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Burial
will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. The rosary Will be recited at the mortuary at 8 p.m. today. The family prefers contributions to St. Mary’s Cathedral Building Fund, San Francisco.

John J. Niebauer of 10 Wiltshire avenue, Larkspur, will be honored, by his San Francisco business associates tonight on his retirement from the American Import C0. after 36 years.
Niebauer and his wife, Iola, will be guests of the firm’s executives and their wives at a dinner in the Fairmont Hotel.
He went to work for the company in 1923 as office, credit and personnel manager. Since 1939 he has been secretary treasurer of the firm
Established in San Francisco in 1894, American Import C0. has sales offices throughout the United States and Canada and buying offices in Europe and the Far East.
Niebauer will take a two month vacation before his retirement becomes official Oct. 1. He plans to do “lots of fishing” during the two months. His plans after that are indefinite, he said.
He has one son, Dr. John J. Niebauer Jr., San Francisco orthopedic surgeon.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Theresa Ann Niebauer (Buhr)

BIRTH2 November 1859, Swan Creek,, Ohio, USA 
: 9 November 1929 

Husband: John Joseph NIEBAUER

  • MARRIAGE: 18 JUN 1877, New Baltimore,Saint Clair,Michigan,USA
  1. Ella Helen NIEBAUER
  2. Frederick Lawrence NIEBAUER
  3. Joseph John NIEBAUER
  4. John Joseph NIEBAUER
  5. Marie NIEBAUER
  6. Anthony NIEBAUER
  7. Michael John NIEBAUER
  8. Peter NIEBAUER
  9. Bernard Joseph NIEBAUER
  10. Leo Joseph NIEBAUER
  11. Andrew NIEBAUER
  12. Louis Francis NIEBAUER

_|John Joseph NIEBAUER _|
|                       |_________________
  • Ella Helen NIEBAUER
  • Frederick Lawrence NIEBAUER
  • Joseph John NIEBAUER
  • John Joseph NIEBAUER
  • Marie NIEBAUER
  • Anthony NIEBAUER
  • Michael John NIEBAUER
  • Peter NIEBAUER
  • Bernard Joseph NIEBAUER
  • Leo Joseph NIEBAUER
  • Andrew NIEBAUER
  • Louis Francis NIEBAUER
|                        |George C. BURR _
|_Theresa Ann BUHR _____|
                         |Ellen E

Theresa Ann Niebauer (Buhr)

  • BIRTH: 2 November 1859  St. Clair, Michigan, United States 
  • DEATH: 9 November 1929 , New Baltimore,,Michigan,USA
George C Burr 
Mother: Ellen E 
Husband: John Joseph Niebauer
  • MARRIAGE: 18 June 1877, New Baltimore, Macomb, Michigan, United States
    1. Ella Helen Niebauer (b.1879;d.1967)sp: Peter J. Caillet (b.1859;m.1909;d.1955)
    2. Frederick Lawrence Niebauer (b.1881;d.1945)sp: Winifred Martin (m.(Div))sp: Ada Louise Veerkamp (b.1908;m.1931)
    3. Joseph John Niebauer Senior (b.1883;d.1965)sp: Bertha Louise Brendahl (b.1884;m.1906;d.1970)
    4. John Joseph Niebauer Junior (b.1884;d.1965)sp: Frieda Sauer (d.1941)sp: Iola Bareilles (m.1953)
    5. Marie Niebauer (b.1886;d.1975)sp: Luthersp: Ernest Prall
    6. Anthony Niebauer (b.1887;d.1887)
    7. Michael John Niebauer (b.1888;d.1960)
    8. Peter F. Niebauer (b.1890;d.1924)sp: Alma Pare' (b.1896;m.1915;d.1970)
    9. Bernard Joseph Niebauer (b.1893;d.1980)sp: Cynthia Gramer (b.1894;m.1917)
    10. Leo Joseph Niebauer (b.1895)sp: Caroline Bossow (b.1899;m.1917;d.1985)
    11. Andrew Niebauer (b.1897;d.1976)sp: Leah Pickard (b.1900;m.1921;d.1987)sp: Katherine Giese Womack (m.1934)
    12. Louis Francis Niebauer Senior (b.1899;d.1989)sp: Alice (m.(Div))sp: Irene Hildebredt (b.1906;m.1942)
    Aged Resident Passes Away Mrs, John Neibauer, 70 years of age, life long resident of New Baltimore and vicinity, passed away at her home on Base St. after a protracted illness of several weeks. Mrs. Neibauer, nee Tressa Burr was born in St. Clair County Nov. 2 1859 and was married to Mr. Neibauer at the age of 18 years making her married life of 52 years duration- She is the mother of 12 children, 10 of whom are living  They are Fred of Placerville Calif, Joe, South Bend Inuiana, John, San Francisco. Mrs.Mary Prall, Jackson Mich., Mrs. Ellen Coliett, New Baltimore, Micheal Detroit, Benjiman, Richmond, Mich. Leo, New Baltimore, Andrew and Louis of Chicago. Two sons Peter and Anthony are dead.
    Mrs. Neibauer is also survived by her husband John and two brothers, John Burr of Redford and Joe Burr. Detroit 23 grand children and one great grand. child. The deceased and husband lived on a farm on the Section Road for 33 years moving to New Baltimore eleven years ago to the home on Base Street where she died. She was a member of St. Ann's Society and the Married Ladies Sodality of St. Mary’s Church. A Solemn Requem was said for Mrs. Neibauer, Wednesday. November 13th at nine o’clock. Rev. Fr. Charles Koenig, assisted by Rev. Fr, Schrader of Richmond, Michigan and the Catholic Chaplin at Selfrige Field officiated.  Interment was at the Catholic Cemetery. Funeral was in charge of the ca1 mortician Frank Christie.
    New Baltimore, Michigan, November I5, I929

    Tuesday, September 20, 2011

    Adeline Catherine Niebauer (Sbraccia)


    In memory

    Adeline C. Niebauer
    May 1, 1914 - April 23, 2009
    MISHAWAKA - Adeline C. Johnson Niebauer, 94, of Mishawaka formerly of South Bend died at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, April 23, 2009 in Hospice House. Born Adeline Catherine Sbraccia on May 1, 1914 to Anthony and Mary (Cardone) Sbraccia in Pittsburgh, PA, she married Samuel Johnson on June 18, 1942 and moved to South Bend. He preceded her in death on February 11, 1972. Adeline married Frederick Niebauer on April 16, 1977 in Christ the King Catholic Church and he preceded her in death August 19, 1996. Surviving are a son, Kenneth (Susan) Johnson of Elkhart, IN; a daughter, Karen (Gary) McVicker of South Bend; a stepson, Charles (Dee) Niebauer of Middlebury, IN; four grandchildren, Anton (Maribeth) Negri of Katy, TX, Anne Marie (Tom) Negri­Budzinski of Granger, IN, Angela Wotring of Elkhart, and Beth (Jay) Simmons of Griffith, IN; two step-grandchildren, Brook (Penny) Niebauer of Ogden, UT and Adam (Buffie) Niebauer of Wallace, NC; nine great-grandchildren; and six step-great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters, Vera (Dick) Spotts of Santa Ana, CA, Marjorie Kinsella of Pittsburgh, PA, and Mary Louise (Don) Stephenson of; and two brothers, Anthony (Margreta) Sbraccia of Wilmington, DE and Paul (LaVerne) Sbraccia of Buena Park, CA. She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers; one sister; a stepdaughter, Christina Leonard; and a granddaughter, Nicole Negri. Adeline was a member of Christ the King Catholic Church and Harvest House of the church. She was also a member of the Michiana Gem and Mineral Society of South Bend and the Roseland Citizens Association. She also volunteered at Healthwin Specialized Care Facility for 25 Years. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Monday, April 27th at Christ the King Catholic Church, 52473 State Rd. 933 with Rev. Neil Wack CSC officiating. Burial will follow in St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park. Friends may call from 2 until 6 p.m. Sunday, April 26th in the Welsheimer Family Funeral Home North, 17033 Cleveland Rd. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care, 111 Sunnybrook Ct., South Bend, IN, 46637 or Healthwin Specialized Care Facility, 20531 Darden Rd., South Bend, IN, 46637.