Joseph Gagne (1900 - 1988)
Hildagarde Magdalen Klein (1902 - 1974)
Adlor Joseph2 Gagne (Theothil Joseph1) was born 14 February 1900 at Calumet, Houghton County, Michigan, the son of Theothil Joseph "Tom" and Zillah Mary (Drapeau) Gagne. His birth is recorded in Houghton County birth records. He was baptized 11 March 1900 at St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church at Calumet. See the baptism records of the church.
He died 3 March 1988, age 88, of septicemia at LaSata nursing home at Cedarburg, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin and is buried in St. Mary's cemetery at Port Washington, Ozaukee County. See Ozaukee County death certificates, v 49, no. 97.
He married Hildagard(e) Magdalen Klein 15 July 1924 at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church, 117 East Van Buren Street, Port Washington. Reverend Peter Holfeltz presided. Witnesses were Alexander John Klein and Oliver Gagne. The marriage is recorded in the marriage register of the church. See also Ozaukee County marriage records, v 10, no. 789.
Hildagard Magdalen Klein was born 14 June 1902 at 191 Austin Street, Milwaukee, Milwakee County, Wisconsin, the daughter of Nicholas and Mary (Wester) Klein. Her birth is recorded in Milwaukee County birth records, v 341, p 19. The birth record gives her middle name as Helena. She was baptized __ June 1902 at a Roman Catholic church at Milwaukee. See the baptism records of the church.
She died Monday 26 August 1974, age 72, at St. Alphonsus hospital at Port Washington of cerebrovascular thrombosis. The funeral was held Thursday 29 August 1974 at St. Mary's Roman Catholi Church at Port Washington, and she is buried in St. Mary's cemetery there. See Ozaukee County death certificates, v 32, no. 372.
He married, second, Louise Clara Bahr 10 July 1976 at the Shrine of Our Lady at Holy Hill, Hubertus, Washington County, Wisconsin. Reverend James Hushek presided. The witnesses were Charles Anthony Beil and Florence Mary Gagne Beil. See the marriage records of the church. Also see Ozaukee County marriage records, v 40, no 100.
She was born 28 March 1896 at Township of New Berlin, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, the daughter of Ferdinand and Amelia (Aust) Bahr. See Waukesha County birth records.
She died 11 April 1986, age 90, of cardiac arrest at Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, and is buried in Holy Cross cemetery at Milwaukee. See Milwaukee County death certificates.
She married, first, Anton Lorenz Beil 16 June 1915 at the Roman Catholic church at Athens, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Reverend A. E. Muehlinkamp presided. The witnesses were Joseph Peters and Emma Bahr. See the marriage records of the church. Also see Marathon County marriage records, v 21, no 183.
They were divorced 26 November 1930 at Milwaukee.
He was born 11 June 1886 at Athens, the son of Joseph and Catherine (Fink) Beil. See Marathon County birth records.
He died 19 December 1942, age 56, of chronic myocarditis at Cudahy, Milwaukee County, and is buried in Sacred Heart cemetery at St. Francis, Milwaukee County. See Milwakee County death records, no. 5257.
She married, second, Louis Gilbert Johnson 3 August 1933 at Milwaukee. The witnesses were Victor C. Grunewald and Marie Grunewald. See Milwaukee County marriage records.
He was born 12 July 1892 at Milwaukee, the son of Knute and Gusta (Amundson) Johnson. See Milwaukee County birth records.
He died 9 March 1961, age 68, of a myocardial infarction at Wausau, Marathon County, and is buried in Wisconsin Memorial Park cemetery at Brookfield, Milwaukee County. See Milwaukee County death certificates.
She married, third, Ben Wenninger 15 October 1966 at St. Bernard's Roman Catholic church at Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County. Reverend Monseigneur Dennis Barry presided. The witnesses were Robert E. Wenninger and Lucille B. Jachowicz. See the marriage records of the church. Also see Milwaukee County marriage records.
He was born 15 November 1892 at Milwaukee, the son of Georg and Louisa (Mathaus) Wenninger. See Milwaukee County birth records.
He died 8 November 1971, age 78, of cardiovascular accident at Milwaukee and is buried in Pine Lawn cemetery at Wauwatosa. See Milwaukee County death certificates.
Adlor Joseph Gagne was educated at Painesdale, Michigan high school.
He worked for the Postal Transportation Service, advancing from clerk to supervisor.
The Gagne's had seven children: