Jacob SCULZ wed Alma BERG.Jacob's brother Louis Phillip SCULZ wed Ella F. POLAND. I'm seeking death information of Tryphena POLAND who was livingas a widow on 1900 Rascine City with her son Charles A. Poland and family, including dau Ella, do not find her on 1910 census.Trying to connect with SCHULZ and POLAND relatives if any still in Racine.
The tenative connections: (1920 census of Racine City Ward 8, WISC) "Laura" (sic) Schulz male age 38 (this is Louis Phillip) wife Ella F. age 28 son Otto B age 15 dau Grace M. age 12 dau Rose age 7 dau Frances T age 1 yr 211 months father-in-law Charles Poland age 76 wd born Massachusetts
1930 Racine City ward3, Wisc ED 18 Phil Schulz age 48 born Wisc wife Ella age 48 born Illinois son O.B. age 25 born Wisc dau Rosie A. age 17 born Wisc dau Frances P. age 12 born Wisc nephew Royal E. Poland age 30 born Illinois
1930 Racine City Ward 1, ED 14, Wisc Jacob B. Schulz age 49 1st wed age 33 wife Alma age 40 first wed age 23 son Howard A. age 16 born Wisc son Richard A. age 13 born Wisc son JohnP. age 11 born Wisc boarder Albert Ruggaber age 44 wd
1900 Racine City ward 6, Wisc ED 43 Charles A. Polander (sic) born July 1844 age 55 born-Massachusetts, occupation shoe factory wife Margaretta born May 1847 age 53 born Ireland son Charles H. age 27 born Sept 1872 Illinois son Richard C. age 25 born Nov 1874 Illinois dau Grace age 23 born (Mar?) 1877 Illinois dau Ella F. age 18 born June 1881 Illinois mother Tayphanol POLANDER(sic -- this first name is Tryphena based onlikely guess with marriage of Tryphena F. Rennard to Oliver POLAND in Salem, Essex Co, Massachusetts on 1 January 1846-- which makes it seem like she would NOT be the mother of Charles A -- biologically-- but raised him from infancy)
1850 Ward 4, Salem, Essex Co, Mass Oliver Poland age 32 mariner Taephena Poland age 28 Charles A. Poland age 6 Joseph F Poland age 8 months
I do not find Joseph or Tryphena on any other censuses until I find Tryphena on 1900 census in Wisconsin; however Charles A. Poland age 16, shoemaker, is boarding in Worcester, Worcester Co, Mass for 1860 and appears to be same in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois as shoemaker again for 1870 census.