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Marvin G KiesowAge: 71 years19352007

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Marvin G Kiesow
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Kiesow
Birth August 16, 1935 41 36
Death of a paternal grandmotherAugusta Wiedenhöft
1935

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Census April 9, 1940 (Age 4 years) Age: 4
Address: 405 Columbia St
Citation details: S. D. No 2, E. D. No 14-27A, Sheet No. 2 A
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Location 1. Street, Avenue, Road, etc: Columbia St 2. House Number: 405 Household Data 3. Number of household in order of visitation: 23 4. Home owned (O) or rented (R): 5. Value of home or monthly rental if rented: 6. Farm? (Yes or No): Name 7. Name of each person whose usual place of residence on April 1, 1940, was in this household. Kiesow Marvin Relation 8. Relationship of this person to the head of the household: Son Personal Description 9. Sex: M 10. Color or Race: W 11. Age at Last Birthday: 4 12. Marital Status: S 13. Attended school or college at any time since March 1, 1940? No 14. Highest grade of school completed: 0 Place of Birth 15. Place of Birth [Note: supposed to list the state or foreign country]: Wisconsin Citizenship 16. Citizenship of the foreign born: Residence, April 1, 1935 17. City, town or village having 2,600 or more inhabitants. If less, enter "R": 18. County: 19. State (or Territory or foreign country): 20. On a farm? (Y or N): For Persons 14 Years Old and Over – Employment Status: 21. Was this person at work for pay or profit in private or nonemergency Govt. work during the week of March 24-30? (Y or N): No 22. If not, was he at work on, or assigned to, public Emergency Work (WPA, NYA, CCC, etc.) during the week of March 24-30? (Y or N): If neither: 23. Was this person seeking work? (Y or N): 24. If not seeking work, did he have a job, business, etc.? (Y or N): For Persons Answering "No" to questions 21-24: 25. Indicate whether engaged in home housework (H), unable to work (U), or other (O): If "Yes" in Column 21: 26. Number of hours worked during week of March 24-30, 1940: If "Yes" in Column 22 or 23: 27. Duration of unemployment up to March 30, 1940 – in weeks: Occupation, Industry, and Class of Worker: 28. Occupation: 29. Industry: 30. Class of worker: 31. Number of weeks worked in 1939 (equivalent full-time weeks): Income in 1939 (12 months ending Dec. 31, 1939): 32. Amount of money, wages, or salary received: 33. Did this person receive income of $50 or more from sources other than money wages or salary (Y or N): 34. Number of Farm Schedule:
Death of a fatherAugust Henry Kiesow
December 10, 1959 (Age 24 years)

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Death of a motherLydia Anna Wilhelmine Drews
April 1, 1983 (Age 47 years)

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Death July 13, 2007 (Age 71 years)
Address: Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Medical Center
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Reinhardt Carl Herman Kiesow
Birth: December 23, 1929 35 31Horicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
Death: May 13, 2009Horicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
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Marvin G Kiesow
Birth: August 16, 1935 41 36Horicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
Death: July 13, 2007Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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Marvin G Kiesow
Birth: August 16, 1935 41 36Horicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA
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CensusVolkszählung: Census USA 1940
Citation details: S. D. No 2, E. D. No 14-27A, Sheet No. 2 A
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Location 1. Street, Avenue, Road, etc: Columbia St 2. House Number: 405 Household Data 3. Number of household in order of visitation: 23 4. Home owned (O) or rented (R): 5. Value of home or monthly rental if rented: 6. Farm? (Yes or No): Name 7. Name of each person whose usual place of residence on April 1, 1940, was in this household. Kiesow Marvin Relation 8. Relationship of this person to the head of the household: Son Personal Description 9. Sex: M 10. Color or Race: W 11. Age at Last Birthday: 4 12. Marital Status: S 13. Attended school or college at any time since March 1, 1940? No 14. Highest grade of school completed: 0 Place of Birth 15. Place of Birth [Note: supposed to list the state or foreign country]: Wisconsin Citizenship 16. Citizenship of the foreign born: Residence, April 1, 1935 17. City, town or village having 2,600 or more inhabitants. If less, enter "R": 18. County: 19. State (or Territory or foreign country): 20. On a farm? (Y or N): For Persons 14 Years Old and Over – Employment Status: 21. Was this person at work for pay or profit in private or nonemergency Govt. work during the week of March 24-30? (Y or N): No 22. If not, was he at work on, or assigned to, public Emergency Work (WPA, NYA, CCC, etc.) during the week of March 24-30? (Y or N): If neither: 23. Was this person seeking work? (Y or N): 24. If not seeking work, did he have a job, business, etc.? (Y or N): For Persons Answering "No" to questions 21-24: 25. Indicate whether engaged in home housework (H), unable to work (U), or other (O): If "Yes" in Column 21: 26. Number of hours worked during week of March 24-30, 1940: If "Yes" in Column 22 or 23: 27. Duration of unemployment up to March 30, 1940 – in weeks: Occupation, Industry, and Class of Worker: 28. Occupation: 29. Industry: 30. Class of worker: 31. Number of weeks worked in 1939 (equivalent full-time weeks): Income in 1939 (12 months ending Dec. 31, 1939): 32. Amount of money, wages, or salary received: 33. Did this person receive income of $50 or more from sources other than money wages or salary (Y or N): 34. Number of Farm Schedule:
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http://www.marinechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16055 Marvin G. Kiesow, 71, of Brandon, passed away on July 13, 2007, at the Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Medical Center in Milwaukee. Marvin was born on August 16, 1935, in Horicon, the son of August and Lydia (Drews) Kiesow. He graduated from Horicon High School in 1953, and enlisted in the Marines. On December 3, 1955, he married Nan Jean Jaques in Horicon. Marvin was engaged in dairy farming until 1994 whe he retired and moved into the Village of Brandon. Beginning in 1969, Marvin served as a 4-H leader with Weeping Willow 4-H Club, a position he held until his death. As a 4-H leader, he was a member of the Fond du Lac County Volunteer Force and served on the District and State Councils. In October of 1986, he was recognized for his outstanding leadership to 4-H and in 2005, Marvin and his wife were honored to receive the "Cheers for Volunteers" Outstanding Agency Volunteer Award. Marvin proudly participated in The Rural Leadership Program where he was involved in numerous seminars across the country, including a trip to China in 1989. He was a long-standing member of St Stephen's Lutheran Church in Rogersville. Marvin also served as president of the East Ladoga Cemetery Association. He was a past member and officer of the Rising Sun Grange. In 2002, he received an Associate Degree of Arts and Science from University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac, and in 2005, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Marian College. Marvin is survived and will be deeply missed by his wife, Nan Jean of Brandon; his children, Linda (Jim) Arnold of St. Peter, Lori (Tim) Boersma of Wild Rose, Daniel (Kris) Kiesow of Brandon and David (Barb) Kiesow of Forest Lake, Minn. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Michael (Jackie) Lichtenwald, Wendy Lichtenwald, Braden Hein, Ethan Arnold, Seth, Faith, Charis, Bethany, Manasseh, Gabriel and Jonathan Boersma, Nathan and Lindsay Kiesow, and Nicholas, Taylor and Carly Kiesow; and his great-grandchildren, Kylie and Conner Lichtenwald. In addition, he is survived by his brothers; Norman (June) of Horicon, Orville (Pearl) of Florida, Reinhardt of Horicon, and Donald Kiesow of Florida; his sister, Lorraine Byington of Madison; along with many nieces; and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his in-laws, Earl and Lillian Jaques; his grandson, Bodaniel Boersm; his son-in-law, Joseph Hein; his brother, Arthur Kiesow; his sister-in-law, Evy Kiesow; his brother-in-law, Richard Byington; and his nephew, Norman Kiesow, Jr. Services: A celebration of Marvin's life will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 17, 2007, at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, N5680 Towne Road, Rodgersville. The Rev. Kimberly Stowell will officiate. Interment will follow in Wedges Prairie Cemetery, with full military honors provided by American Legion Post 210. Visitation: Marvin's family will receive relatives and friends from 4 to 8 p.m. on Monday, July 16, 2007, at Kohls Community Funeral Home, 405 W. Main Street, Waupun, and again on Tuesday, July 17, at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of service. A memorial fund is being established in Marvin's name. Kohl's Community Funeral Home of Waupun is serving the family.