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Anna Nierenberger (Karl)

Birthplace: Sakhalin, Buryatia, Russia (Russian Federation)
Death: September 24, 1963 (79)
Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, United States
Place of Burial: Kenosha, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Clement Karl and Mrs. Karl
Wife of Peter J. Nierenberger
Mother of Michael Joseph Nierenberger, Sr.; Private; Private; Matthew Peter Nierenberger; Joseph George Nierenberger and 5 others

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About Anna Nierenberger

Mrs. Nierenberger, 79, 2826 24th Ave., died at St. Catherine's Hospital Tuesday evening following a long illness.

Mrs. Nierenberger was born in Russia, Oct. 16, 1883 a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Karl. She spent her early life in Russia.

She married Peter Nierenberger in 1901 and he preceded her in death Oct. 28, 1944.

In 1910, the couple moved to Argentina, where they resided until 1913 when they came to the United States. They cam to Kenosha to make their home in 1934. Mrs. Nierenberger was a member of the Holy Rosary Church and the Holy Rosary

She is survived by six sons, Michael of Olivet, Mich., Mathew of Charlotte, Mich., George of Racine, and Joseph, Adam and John, all of Kenosha. She is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. Casper (Catherine) Paul, Mrs. Gerald (Anne) Aplin and Mrs. David (Helen) Bernhardt, all of Kenosha. She is further survived by 32 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary, Jan. 24, 1953.

Kenosha News, 9/25/1963

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Anna Nierenberger's Timeline

October 16, 1883
Sakhalin, Buryatia, Russia (Russian Federation)
November 19, 1904
Russia (Russian Federation)
October 16, 1913
Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, United States
December 9, 1915
Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, United States
March 24, 1918
Sterling, Logan County, Colorado, United States
May 5, 1920
Waterloo, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, United States