John Wilhelm Kiehle

John Wilhelm Kiehle

Male 1876 - 1946  (70 years)

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  1. 1.  John Wilhelm KiehleJohn Wilhelm Kiehle was born on 17 Oct 1876 in Sparta, Livingston Co., New York, USA; died on 8 Nov 1946 in North Dansville, Livingston Co., New York, USA; was buried in Greenmount Cemetery, North Dansville, Livingston Co., New York, USA.

    Notes:

    John worked for AT&T as a construction engineer. He graduated from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor as an Electrical Engineer. Worked in Pittsburgh, Boston, NY City. Lived in East Orange,NJ until he retired in 1933, then returned to Sparta and lived in the 'Stone House.' During World War I, John was sent to France as a respresentative of his company -Commenications. He loved to play bridge and he played it most scientifically. He also payed golf.

    John married Elsie Marie Hartman on 12 Jul 1904 in Sparta, Livingston Co., New York, USA. Elsie (daughter of Martin Monroe Burke Hartman and Anna Elizabeth Whiting) was born on 30 Jan 1877 in Geneseo, Livingston Co., New York, USA; died on 19 Feb 1957 in North Dansville, Livingston Co., New York, USA. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 2. Dwight Monroe Kiehle  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 26 Nov 1907 in East Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey, USA; died on 11 Sep 1913 in East Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey, USA; was buried in Greenmount Cemetery, North Dansville, Livingston Co., New York, USA.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Dwight Monroe Kiehle Descendancy chart to this point (1.John1) was born on 26 Nov 1907 in East Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey, USA; died on 11 Sep 1913 in East Orange, Essex Co., New Jersey, USA; was buried in Greenmount Cemetery, North Dansville, Livingston Co., New York, USA.

    Notes:

    Dwight Monroe Kiehle, The little son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kiehle of East Orange, NJ, died last Thursday, Sept. 11, in the hospital where he had been taken and operated upon for appendicitis. The little fellow rallied for the operation an hopes were entertained for his recovery, but he began to fail after two or three days. The remains were brought here Sunday for interment and the funeral services were conducted at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hartman where only about a month before he had been visiting with his mother. Dwight Monroe was a bright and attractive little boy of six years and was the only son in whom the hearts of the parents were wrapped up. He had never been rugged constitutionally, and the disease which had necessitated the operation had evidently been causing trouble for some time. The funeral was conducted by Dr. J. E. Manning, was largely attended by the numerous relatives and interment was at the beautiful Greenmount Cemetery on Monday afternoon.