B_____ Krier (1857 - 1917)
Anna ______ Klein (1857 - 1929)
Sebastian B_____2 Krier, (John1) was born 1 September 1857 at Town of Belgium, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, the son of John and Mary Catharine (Manns) Krier. See Ozaukee birth records, v ___, no. ___. He was baptized __ ___ ____ at ____________ church at ______________________. His sponsors were ______________ and ___________________. See the baptism records of the church.
He died 22 October 1917, age 60, at Town of Belgium. The funeral was held ____________________ at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church at Lake Church, Town of Belgium, and he is buried in St. Mary's cemetery there. See Ozaukee County death certificates, v 6 no. 877. According to the death certificate, he died of septicemia after cutting his leg with a knife while cutting corn.
He married Anna Klein 16 December 1880 at the parish house of St. Mary's Roman Catholic church at Lake Church. Reverend Peter Frieden presided. Witnesses were Henry Krier and John Klein. See the marriage records of the church. Also, see Ozaukee County marriage records, v 4, no 1648.
She was born 16 July 1857 at Town of Belgium, the daughter of Jean Nicolas and Maria (Arendt) Klein. Ozaukee County birth records, v 2, no. 768, registered 28 August 1872, say she was born of 8 July. She was baptized 18 July 1857 at Holy Cross Roman Catholic church at Town of Belgium. Her sponsors were Amand and Anna Klein. Both her birthdate and baptism are recorded in the baptism records of the church.
She died 5 December 1929 at Town of Belgium, age 72, of heart disease. The funeral was held _____________________ at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church at Lake Church and she is buried in St. Mary's cemetery there. See Ozaukee County death certificates, v 9, no. 309.
Sebastian was a railway agent.
The Kriers had nine children: