Nickolas Klein (1916 - 1967)
Mary Elizabeth Kendall (1917 -)
George Nickolas4 Klein, (Harry3, Nicholas2, Jean Nicolas1), nicknamed "Dutch", was born 5 July 1916 at Port Washington, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, the son of Harry and Mary Anna (Conrad) Klein. His birth is recorded in Ozaukee County birth records, v 15, no 30. He was baptized __ ___ ____ at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church at 117 East Van Buren Street, Port Washington. His sponsors were ___________________ and _____________________. See the baptism records of the church.
He died Friday 13 October 1967, age 51, of cancer at St. Joseph's hospital at Hancock, Houghton County, Michigan. The funeral was held Monday 16 October 1967 at Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic church at Hancock and he is buried in Lakeside cemetery there. His death is recorded in Houghton County death records, v ____, no. _____.
He married Mary Elizabeth Kendall 26 October 1938 at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church at Port Washington. Reverend Joseph C. Beres presided. Witnesses were Edward Dickmann and Rosemary Lulloff. The marriage is recorded in the marriage register of the church. See also Ozaukee County marriage records, v 12, no. 671.
She was born 7 October 1917 at her parents home at Port Washington, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, the daughter of Frank and Florence (Paine) Kendall. Her birth is recorded in Ozaukee County birth records, v 15, p 652. She was baptized 6 October 1928 at Methodist Episcopal church at Anamosa, Jones County, Iowa. Her sponsors were ___________________ and _____________________. See the baptism records of the church.
George Klein worked at Port Washington as a commercial fisherman with Smith Bros. Fisheries, and later with the Klein Company fishing firm. He moved to Hancock in 1949 and worked as a copper miner for Calumet Mining Company.
He was a well known accordianst player at weddings, dances and family gatherings in the Port Washington area and later around Hancock.
The Kleins reside in Houghton, Michigan.
The Kleins had 12 children: