| ||Land Patent
Oct 1, 1860
|Child of Catherine Cornelius & Franz Schaden|
|Catherine Schaden-Meyer||Jul 10, 1841 - Nov 01, 1909|
|Child of Gertrude Cornely & Franz Schaden|
|Franz Caspar Schaden||Apr 02, 1842 - Jan 09, 1905|
|Children of Gertrude Andre & Franz Schaden|
|Maria Anna Schaden-Adolph||June 19, 1844 - Feb 11, 1925|
|Joseph Peter Schaden||About 1846 - Unknown|
|Gertrude Schaden-Kahren||About 1848 - Unknown|
|Anna Mary Schaden||before 1853 - before 1860|
|Schadens in 1860
Lines 27 - 31
|Schadens in 1870
Living with daughter Catherine Meyer's family.
Lines 16 - 24
Here's the passenger list for the Antarctic
Franz signed a Declaration of Intent (to become a US citizen).
|Gertrude (Cornely) Schaden
Mar 02, 1814 - Apr 19, 1843
|Franz (Frank) Joseph Schaden
Dec 09, 1809 - Sept 23, 1886
|Married Jul 29, 1839|
|There is some confusion concerning the mother of Franz Caspar Schaden.
The marriage certificate referenced above clearly states the bride's name as Gertrude Cornely.
Yet in an 1895 biography of Franz Caspar Schaden, it states:
"CASPER SCHADEN, a well-known member of the farming community of De Pere township, Brown county, was born April 2, 1842, in Prussia, son of Frank J. and Catherine (Cornelius) Schaden, the latter of whom died when Casper was an infant. The father was subsequently married again, this time to Gertrude Andre, by whom he had four children: Mary, Gertrude, Joseph and Anna Mary ; by his first wife he had two children, Catherine and Casper, and of the entire family, four children are yet living. Frank J. Schaden was a blacksmith, and a successful tradesman."
Is it possible that Cornelius is a form of Cornely (Corneli)? If so, then Franz's two oldest children would be from the same mother.
|"The German is like a willow. No matter which
way you bend him, he will always take root again."
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn -