Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers

b. 27 February 1890, d. 4 March 1942
Wedding picture of Cecelia Bunkers

Parents

FatherHerman Bernard Bunkers b. 7 Jun 1846, d. 18 Jul 1914
MotherChristina Koppert b. 29 Sep 1850, d. 8 Jan 1929
RelationshipGranddaughter of Herman Theodore Bunkers
Appears on chartsDescendants (with spouses) of Herman Theodore Bunkers
In Family LineBunkers

Information

Birth27 Feb 1890 Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers was born on 27 Feb 1890 in Luxemburg, Dubuque County, Iowa. 
1900 Census
(with Parents)
16 Jun 1900 Cecelia appeared in the 1900 Federal Census of Remsen, Plymouth County, Iowa, as Cecilia Bunkers, in the household of her parents, Christina and Herman Bernard Bunkers. She is a single white female, age 10. Born February 1890. She was born in Iowa. Her father was born in Ohio, her mother in Germany. Occupation is at school. She attended school for 10 months. She can read, write, and speak English. 
1910 Census
(with Parents)
25 Apr 1910 Cecelia appeared in the 1910 Federal Census of Remsen, Plymouth County, Iowa, as Cicela Bunkers, in the household of her parents, Christina and Herman Bernard Bunkers. She is a single white female, age 20. Daughter of head of household. She was born in Iowa. Her mother and father were born in Germany, their mother tongue is German. She can speak English. She has no occupation. She can read and write. 
1910 Census
9 May 1910 Cecelia appeared in the 1910 Federal Census of Ramsey Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, as Cela Bunkers, in the household of Anna and Henry Joseph Deitering. She is a single white female. age 20. Sister in law to head of household. She was born in Iow. Her father was born in Ohio, her mother in Germany. She speaks English. Her profession is housekeeper. She can read and write. 
Marriage16 Jan 1912 Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers and Peter Joseph Schiltz, son of Mikle Schiltz and Kate (Unknown), were married on 16 Jan 1912 in Remsen, Plymouth County, Iowa. 
1920 Census
(Spouse of Head)
20 Jan 1920 Cecelia appeared in the 1920 Federal Census of Greenwood, Kossuth County, Iowa, as Cecelia Schiltz, with her husband, Peter Joseph Schiltz, and their children, Dorothy and Richard. She is a married white female, age 29. Wife of head of household. She can read, write, and speak English. She was born in Iowa. Her father was born in Ohio, her mother in Germany. Her mother tongue is German. She has no occupation. 
Death4 Mar 1942 Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers died on 4 Mar 1942 at age 52. 
Burial4 Mar 1942 She was buried on 4 Mar 1942, age 52, in Saint John's Cemetery, located in Bancroft, Kossuth County, Iowa.

Children of Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers and Peter Joseph Schiltz

2 known children of Cecelia Elizabeth Bunkers and Peter Joseph Schiltz may still be living.