Mary Rose Habermann

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Mary Rose Habermann (Stier)

Birthplace: Wisconsin
Death: January 23, 1924 (53)
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, USA
Place of Burial: Sun Prairie, Dane, Wisconsin
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Stier and Margaretha Stier
Wife of Frank B Haberman
Mother of Margaret C Freidel; George A Habermann; Anna R Lawrence; Rose Feeney-Capen (Haberman); Norbert A Haberman and 3 others
Sister of Anton J Stier; Katharine Stier; Anna Weisensel; Margaret Weisensel; Kunigunde Carrie Stier and 3 others

Managed by: Patti Kay Gourley
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About Mary Rose Habermann


Mrs. F. B. Habermann, whose death occured last week, Wednesday night was born in the town of Bristol, August 26, 1870, and has lived all her life in this locality. Her maiden name was Mary R. Stier, and she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stier, both now deceased.

She was united in marriage to Frank B. Habermann, February 7, 1893, and they commenced house keeping in their home in this village. Ten children were born to their union, all living except two who died in infancy.

The surviving children are: George A., 29, of La Crosse; Mrs. H. Lawrenze, 27, of Senica, Kansas; Mrs. E. Friedel, 22, Adel, 20, Frank, 17, Rose, 14, Norbert, 12, and Clemens, 9, at home.

She is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Andrew Weisensel, of East Bristol, Sister Melania, of Jerico, Wisconsin, and sister Maurizia, of Denville, New Jersey.

Funeral services were held Monday. The remains were taken to Sacred Hearts Catholic church, where a Solemn Requim High Mass was celebrated at 10 o'clock, Rev. Michail Stier acting as celebrant, and Rev. Leo Scheurell, deacon, both cousins of the deceased, and Rev. J. J. Salintin, subdeacon.

After the Mass Rev. J.. J. Salentin delivered a truly consoling sermon. The girls of the Commercial Course of which Rose was a member sang for the divine services. The Married Ladies Altar Society marched in body to the church. where they paid their last respects to their esteemed member. Professor Boebel and the Senior Class of Sun Prairie High School of which Frank is a member also, paid their respects by being present at the Mass. The remains were interred at Sacred Hearts cemetery. Rev. J. J. Salintin performing the burial rites.

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Mary Rose Habermann's Timeline

August 26, 1870
Age 9
Bristol, Dane, Wisconsin, United States
April 23, 1894
Age 23
Sun Prairie, Dane, Wisconsin, United States
November 1896
Age 26
Wisconsin, United States
Age 29
Sun Prairie, Dane, Wisconsin
Age 31
September 18, 1906
Age 36
Wisconsin, United States
May 20, 1909
Age 38
Wisconsin, Sun Prairie, United States