• [S316] U.S. Census North Dakota 1910, Jacob Kueber, Nelson County, Rugh Twp, May 24, 1910, Sheet 10B, Dwelling 135, Family 146, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Kueber, Jacob, head, white, male, age 37, married 12 years, Farmer, born Germany, father born Germany, mother born Germany, naturalized, immigrated 1876
    Kueber, Marie C, wife, white, female, age 39, married 12 years, children: 5 born, 5 living, father born Germany, mother born Germany, immigrated 1874?
    Kueber, Marie C, daughter, white, female, age 11, born North Dakota, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Kueber, Aloysus, son, white, male, age 9, born North Dakota, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Kueber, Tona J, daughter, white, female, age 7, born North Dakota, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Kueber, Jake B, son, white, male, age 5, born North Dakota, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Kueber, Anna K, daughter, white, female, age 2, born North Dakota, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Bliss, Mabel, age 29 Servant-Widowed, born Minnesota, father born Germany, mother born Germany,.
  • [S839] Rose Kueber Olson, Rose Kueber Olson, Herman Kueber family group information in a computerized family journal report, July, 1997, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,.
  • [S1390] Obituary of Anthony Joseph Kueber, The Orange County Register, Orange County, California (March 1, 1990), page B11.
  • [S1832] E-mail from Benjamin David Spain, to Garril L Kueber, September 17, 1998.
  • [S1835] Interview of Lucy Kueber Spain, Garril Kueber,.
  • [S1997] Hubbard Co, Minnesota Death Index, this source may be viewed at http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnhgs/online_data/deaths/DeathIndex/k2.htm, reviewed update of December 19, 2000.
  • [S2907] U.S. Census Minnesota 1930, Margret Kueber, Hennepin County, Minneapolis 13th Ward, Block 376, Enumeration District 27-263, April 3, 1930, Sheet 2A, 4448 Vincent Ave So, Dwelling 38, Family 38, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Kueber, Margaret, lodger, female, white, age 24, single, born North Dakota, father born Luxembourg, mother born Luxembourg, violin teacher,.
  • [S2933] U.S. Census Minnesota 1930, Joseph Kueber, Hubbard County, Clay Twp, ED 29-5, April 19, 1930, Sheet 1A, Section 16, SE 1/4, Dwelling 10, Family 10, Ancestry.com Census Images, Micropublication ?, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Kueber, Joseph, head, white, male, age 42, married age 29, farmer, born North Dakota, father born Bavaria, mother born Luxembourg
    Kueber, Tillie, wife, female, white, age 33, married age 20, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born ?
    Kueber, Joseph A, son, male, white, age 10, born North Dakota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota
    Kueber, George B, son, male, white, age 8, born North Dakota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota
    Kueber, Leo C, son, male, white, age 6, born North Dakota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota
    Kueber, Bernard J, son, male, white, age 5, born North Dakota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota
    Kueber, Mary L, daughter, female, white, age 3 5/12, born Minnesota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota
    Kueber, Margaret A, daughter, female, white, age 1 4/12, born Minnesota, father born North Dakota, mother born Minnesota,.
  • [S3009] U.S. Census Minnesota 1900, Balthazar Fiedler, Ottertail County, Perham Twp, ED 191, June 2, 1900, Sheet 2A, Line 4, Dwelling 17, Family 18, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Fiedler, Balthazar, age 46, white, male, head, born March 1854, married 27 years, farmer, born Ohio, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Katharina, wife, age 45, white, female, born June 1854, married 27 years, eleven children, ten living, immigrated 1857, born Germany, father born Germany, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Joseph, son age 20, white, male, born Jan 1880, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Peter A, son, age 16, white, male, born Apr 1884, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Frank G, son, age 13, white, male, born Feb 1887, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Clara J, daughter, age 11, white, female, born Apr 1889, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Nicolaus, son, age 8, white, male, born Mar 1892, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Caspar M, son, age 5, white, male, born Feb 1895, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany
    Fiedler, Otillia, daughter, age 3, white, female, born May 1897, born Minnesota, father born Ohio, mother born Germany,.
  • [S3139] Ancestry.com database, Minnesota Birth Index 1935-2002,.
  • [S3164] E-mail from Lori Deobald, to Garril L Kueber, August 14, 2004.
  • [S3254] U.S. Army Enlistment 1938-1946, U.S. National Archives and Administration, Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, this source may be viewed at http://aad.archives.gov/aad/, reviewed update of 1938-1946.
  • [S3743] E-mail from Christine Kueber, to Garril L Kueber, June 29, 2007.
  • [S10643] Obituary of George B Kueber, Park Rapids Enterprise, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (March 16, 2010),
    George Kueber
    George B. Kueber, 89, a long time Park Rapids resident, passed away peacefully from cancer on Friday, March 12, 2010 at his home in Two Inlets, with his family by his side.
    George B. Kueber, 89, a long time Park Rapids resident, passed away peacefully from cancer on Friday, March 12, 2010 at his home in Two Inlets, with his family by his side.
    George was born May 22, 1920 in Aneta, N.D. to Herman J. and Ottilia (Feidler) Kueber. In 1926 he moved to Minnesota with his family to a farm three miles north of Emmaville. He spent the 1927-28 school year at his grandmother Feidler’s home in Perham to attend the parochial school. He later continued his education at the Emmaville country school.
    After graduation he worked on the family farm until the age of 16, at which time (1936) his family moved to a new farm near Two Inlets. At the age of 18 he joined the Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.’s) who stationed him in Bena, near Cass Lake. After he finished his C.C.C. duties he worked for a year in a Lake Alice area sawmill.
    When Pearl Harbor was attacked on Dec. 7, 1941, he and two of his brothers rose to the occasion. They walked and hitchhiked to Fargo, N.D. to enlist in the U.S. military, after which they walked most of the way back home. This is an example of the patriotism of the World War II generation.
    George received many military awards and decorations for his service. He served proudly and with distinction in the Pacific Theater of Operations. His unit was involved in the invasion and recapture of many of the Japanese held islands in the South Pacific. His duties with the tank corps included radio operator, gunner and tank commander. He served in the tank corps for the duration of the war.
    After his honorable discharge from the Army, he and a brother purchased and operated a farm in Osage township, where they raised corn, oats, alfalfa, turkeys, hogs, beef and dairy cattle. He also worked in a Park Rapids service station to raise capital for the purchase of farm machinery, livestock, seeds and many other general farm necessities.
    George farmed until 1951 when he decided to attend a diesel mechanics school in Chicago, Ill. Upon successful completion of that course he enrolled in the Hobart School of Metallurgy in Troy, Ohio, where he studied metal lathe and milling machine operations as well as welding. He then worked for a short time as a repairman in the iron mines in northeastern Minnesota. In the early 1950s he worked in the local timber industry until going out to work on the Garrison Dam in North Dakota.
    On Nov. 12, 1953 he married Marie Thelen of Savannah Township and the union was blessed with six children.
    He started a sawmill in the late 1950s and ran it until 1966 when he moved the operation to Two Inlets. In the early 1970s he entered into a partnership and expanded into retail sales.
    In 1991 the partnership ended and a family corporation was formed. George was a skilled sawyer and under his leadership the Two Inlets Mill prospered. He sawed until 1998 and worked at the mill until the age of 88.
    His inquisitive mind allowed him to become skilled in many areas. Equipment breakdowns were always a challenge at the Mill and George had vast experience and an amazing intuition in machinery repair.
    He enjoyed sharing his knowledge with his grandsons, from sharpening saws and business to hunting and reloading. He was a hard worker, with a dawn to dusk work ethic and was known to say “you bring your head, not only your hands, to work.”
    George had an insatiable thirst for knowledge and a keen intellect. His interest were diverse and encyclopedic, in moments of free time he often browsed the encyclopedia, everything from physics, electricity, military affairs to hunting and fishing. In fact, it would be easier to list the things he wasn’t interested in. Conversations with George were both entertaining and illuminating.
    He was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Two Inlets, the Knights of Columbus, the Timber Producers Association, Northwest Lumber Association and the National Rifle Association.
    George will be sorely missed by his family; friends; neighbors; and business acquaintances.
    He is survived by his wife, Marie, of 56 years; daughter, Rose (Dan) Olson of Roseville; son, Nick Kueber of Park Rapids; daughter Katherine Kueber (Jim Wallace) of Park Rapids; daughter, Mary Kueber of Sioux Falls, S.D.; and daughter, Annette (Ray) Senk of Osage; brothers, Leo, Pete, Nick (Delores), Marse, Paul (Judy) and Duane (Christine); sister, Mary; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
    He was preceded in death by an infant son, Thomas George; parents, Herman J and Ottilia; brothers, Joe and Bernard; and sister, Margaret Hein.
    Mass of Christian Burial: 11 a.m. today (Wednesday) March 17 at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Park Rapids.
    Friends may leave online condolences at www.ceasefuneralhome.com.
  • [S12697] Ancestry.com database, Minnesota Divorce Index 1970-1995,.
  • [S12942] U.S. Census Illinois 1930, Anthony Kueber, Cook County, Evanston, April 24, 1930, Page 28B, 904 Hinman, Family 549, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Brawner, Walter,, head, white, male, age 62, married 41 years, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Brawner, Eliza, wife, white, female, age 64, married 41 years, 5 children, 3 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Goins, Mamie, daughter, white, female, age 31, married 14 years, 2 children, 1 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Goins, Curtis, son-in-law, white, male, age 32, married 14 years, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, farm laborer
    Goins, Myrtle, grand-daughter, white, female, age 12, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    McQuillen, Maggie, niece, white, female, age 17, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S14035] U.S. Census Illinois 1940, Joseph F Kueber, Cook County, Lagrange Park, April 18, 1940, Page 1B & 2A, 14 Elwood, Household 21, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S14037] U.S. Census Minnesota 1940, Herman Kueber, Becker County, Savannah Township, April 3, 1940, Page 1A, Household 7, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S23988] World Wide Web, Jones-Pearson Funeral Home
    World Wide Web, Jones-Pearson Funeral Home, Park Rapids, Minnesota
    , this source may be viewed at http://jonespearson.com, reviewed update of June 14, 2016.
  • [S25656] Obituary of Paul James Kueber, this source may be viewed at http://www.rhodescharapata.com/fh/obituaries/obituary.cfm?o_id=3314310&fh_id=12860, reviewed update of September 23, 2015,
    Paul James Kueber, 77, of Crivitz passed away peacefully at his home on September 21, 2015 after a two month battle with cancer. He was born April 28, 1938 in Two Inlets, Minnesota to late Herman Joseph and Otillia (Fiedler) Kueber. He grew up working on his family's farm until the 8th grade when he moved in and resided with Bud and Eldora Wattenhofer to work on their farm. He graduated from Park Rapids High school in 1957. Construction jobs led him around different parts of the midwest until he finally settled in Marinette after meeting his future bride in 1958, Judith (Bouche) Kueber. Paul started a career in law enforcement as a policeman for the city of Marinette. In 1963 he joined the Wisconsin State Patrol and retired after 34 years of service. His retirement did not last long and he began to work for Human Services transporting people for the county until his diagnosis. He often transported children and he said that his work for Human Services was his favorite job because he knew he was helping kids and it brought him joy to see the system working and children beginning to thrive. Paul's favorite time of the year was fall. He loved bird hunting and deer season. He was an avid gardner and loved to fix things. If he could not fix something he would spend quiet hours thinking about it until he found a way. Most of all he loved his 9 grand children. He spent countless hours baby sitting grandkids so their parents could catch their breath. He was the best baby rocker around and there was always room on "Papa's lap" for the grandkids no matter how old or big they were. He spoiled his children and grandchildren with his time and talents. His loss has left our hearts broken. Paul is survived by his wife of 56 years and children Peter (Theresa) Kueber of Crivitz, Jayne Bottensek of Neenah and MaryBeth (Arist) Mastorides of Rogers, Arkansas. Grandchildren include Evan and Brock Kueber, Anastasia Christenson, Clay and Emma Bottensek, Alexandra, Nick, Katherine and Paul Mastorides. He will be lovingly remembered by his sister, Mary Ferrill of Groesbeck, Texas; four brothers, Herman "Pete" Kueber, Marse Kueber and Duane (Christine) Kueber all of Park Rapids,Mn and Nick (Dolores) Kueber of Sun PrairieWisconsin; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Paul was preceded in death by four brothers, Joe, George, Leo and Bernard; and one sister. Margaret. The family wishes to thank friends and neighbors for their support and prayers during the last few months. A special thank you to Unity Hospice and Patti.The family will greet friends and relatives Thursday September 24 at the Rhodes-Charapata Funeral Home in Crivitz from 9 a.m. until going to St. Mary's Church in Crivitz for the Funeral at 11 a.m. and burial in St. Mary's Cemetery the Rev. Donald Burkart officiating.