Harold J. Thieman
In 1930, 27 year old farmer Harold Thieman lived with his wife Amelia (29) in a rented home in Watertown Twp., Washington Co., Ohio. Based on census data, they had been married for about 6 years. Living with them were their children Ralph (4 yrs 8 mos), Earl (3 yrs 9 mos) and Carl (5 mos). All members of the household were born in Ohuo as were Harold's and Amelia's parents. The family owned a radio. Listed immediately before Harold on the same census sheet were his parents, Joseph and Rosa, His uncle, Andrew, and his family were also on the same sheet.
The following wedding announcement appeared in The Zanesville (OH) Signal newspaper on October 11, 1924LANG-THIEMAN MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED AT LOWELL Lowell, O., Oct. 11 -- At 9 o'clock Wednesday morning in
Our Lady of Mercy, Catholic church at Lowell, occurred the
marriage of Miss Amelia Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lang III, of Lowell, and Harold Thieman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Thieman of Churchtown. the ceremony
was performed by Father Zuber and the attendants were
Miss Helen Thieman, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr.
Una Lang, brother of the bride. The bride was charming
in her wedding gown of white georrgette, her flowers were
bride's roses. Miss Thieman wore a gown of flesh colored
georgette in which she looked lovely, and carried Aaron
Ward roses. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lang.
They will make their home in Churchtown community where
Mr. Thieman is engaged in farming. Their many friends extend
congratulations and best wishes for their happiness.
Ralph Joseph Thieman
Ralph Thieman never married.
In 1930, 38 year old farmer Frank Schwenderman lived with his wife Marie (28) on a farm they owned in Watertown Twp., Washington Co., Ohio. Basefd on census data, they had been married for 9 years. Living with them were their children Viola (7), Grace (6) and Dale (1 yr 4 mos). Viola and Grace attended school. All members of the household were born in Ohio as were Marie's parents. Frank's parents were born in Pennsylvania. The family did not own a radio.
Carl J. Lang Sr.
Carl Lang was a farmer.
Ruth A. Thieman
The following wedding announcement appeared in The Zanesville (OH) Signal newspaper on October 24, 1933MISS RUTH THIEMAN WEDS CARL J. LANG Lowell, O Oct 24 -- The marriage of Miss Ruth Thieman
and Carl J. Lang took place at the St. John's Catholic Church,
Churchtown at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. The bridesmaid
was her sister, Miss Gertrude Thieman, and Louis Lang,
brother of the bridegroom was best man. After the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to about
seventy-five relatives and friends. the elaborate wedding cake
was made by Mrs. John Huck, Lowell, grandmother of the
bridegroom. Mrs. Lang is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Thieman
of Churchtown. Mr. Lang is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Lang, Lowell. The couple will be at home soon in their newly
furnished home, west of Lowell.
Living in Parkersburg, WV in 1943
Clarence Herbert Huck
Living in Lowell in 1947.
Gertrude Elizabeth Thieman
The following wedding announcement: appeared in The Zanesville (OH) Signal newspaper on October 20, 1938
Huck-Thieman Rites Clarence Huck, son of Mrs. Annie Huck and Gertrude
Thieman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thieman, were
married Tuesday at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic church.
Rev. Father Piccard officiated. Both are well known in this community. They will live
at the Huck home near here.
From death certificate:
Name: Philomena Fisher
Residence: 120 Dewey St., Newark, Ohio
Age: 74 years 8 months 22 days
Birth: 18 Feb 1859, Lowell, Ohio
Marital status: Widowed
Spouse: Widowed [written instead of husband's name]
Father: Theodore Huck, Germany
Mother: Bernerdene Rauch, Germany
Informant: Mrs. Christine Schunk, 284 Union St.
Francis Theodore Huck
Francis was a US Army veteran who served in World War II.