Nicholas Valentine Schwebach

b. 26 March 1888, d. 19 April 1948

Parents

FatherEugene J. Schwebach b. 8 Apr 1852, d. 3 Feb 1936
MotherAnnie Burg b. 20 Jun 1857, d. 26 Apr 1943
RelationshipGreat-grandson of Philippe Schwebach
Appears on chartsDescendants (with spouses) of Johaines Schwebach
In Family LineSchwebach

Information

Possible Birthdate24 Mar 1888 According to at least one source, his birthdate was 24 Mar 1888. 
Birth26 Mar 1888 Nicholas Valentine Schwebach was born on 26 Mar 1888 in White Lake, Aurora County, South Dakota. 
Baptism29 Apr 1888 He was baptized on 29 Apr 1888 in St. Peter's Catholic Church, White Lake, Aurora County, South Dakota. 
1900 Census
(with Parents)
13 Jun 1900 Nicholas appeared in the 1900 Federal Census of East Orange Township, Sioux County, Iowa, as Nick Schweback, in the household of his parents, Annie and Eugene J. Schwebach. He is a single white male, age 12. Son of head of household. Born March 1888. He was born in South Dakota. His father was born in Germany, his mother in Iowa. His occupation is at school. He attended school 10 months. He can read, write, and speak English. 
Marriage23 Apr 1913 Nicholas Valentine Schwebach and Mary E. Hilgert were married on 23 Apr 1913 in Bird Island, Renville County, Minnesota. 
1920 Census8 Jan 1920 Nicholas Valentine Schwebach appeared as head of household in the 1920 Federal Census of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, as Nick Schwebach. Living with him was his wife, Mary, and their children, Nicholas, Eugene and Leonard. He is a married white male, age 29. He owns his home, free of mortgage. He can read and write. He was born in South Dakota. His mother and father were born in Germany, their mother tongue is German. He is able to speak English. His occupation is an electrician in a shop. He owns a shop. 
Death19 Apr 1948 Nicholas Valentine Schwebach died on 19 Apr 1948 in Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, at age 60.
Burial23 Apr 1948 He was buried on 23 Apr 1948, age 60, in Saint Mary's Catholic Cemetery, located in Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.

Children of Nicholas Valentine Schwebach and Mary E. Hilgert

3 known children of Nicholas Valentine Schwebach and Mary E. Hilgert may still be living.