He married Dorothy R. Specht in Nebraska on December 22, 1946. Dorothy was born November 16, 1921. Dorothy died February 18, 1976 in Nebraska at 54 years of age. Her body was interred February 1976 in Kennard, Nebraska Kennard Cemetery.
Norman Charles Misfeldt and Dorothy R. Specht had the following children:
47 ii. Gordon S. Misfeldt.
48 iii. Sharon Misfeldt. She married Unknown Moon.
49 iv. Phyllis Misfeldt. She married Unknown McGonigle.
34. Marjorie Mae5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born May 23, 1927 in Washington County, Nebraska.
She married Edward Grenier on April 24, 1948.
Marjorie Mae Misfeldt and Edward Grenier had the following children:
51 ii. Judith Lynn Grenier, was born September 19, 1950.
52 iii. Kathleen Ann Grenier, was born June 24, 1951.
53 iv. Cynthia Sue Grenier, was born May 27, 1952.
54 v. Mark Allen Grenier, was born December 4, 1954. Mark died January 31, 2001 at 46 years of age.
55 vi. Mary Kay Grenier, was born July 15, 1956.
56 vii. Brian Edward Greiner, was born May 21, 1958.
57 viii. Rene'e Marie Grenier, was born March 18, 1965.
35. Henrietta Jenn5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born November 25, 1928 in Washington County, Nebraska.
She married Harry McCandless on December 11, 1952.
Henrietta Jenn Misfeldt and Harry McCandless had the following children:
59 ii. Sam McCandless.
60 iii. Harry McCandless Jr..
61 iv. Mickey McCandless.
36. Alice Lavonne5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born March 9, 1931 in Washington County, Nebraska.
She married William Byers on December 27, 1951.
Alice Lavonne Misfeldt and William Byers had the following children:
63 ii. Michael Byers.
64 iii. Suzanne Byers.
37. Melvin H.5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born January 15, 1933 in Washington County, Nebraska
He married Anita K. Plugge on August 3, 1957.
Melvin H. Misfeldt and Anita K. Plugge had the following children:
66 ii. Bob Misfeldt.
67 iii. Jon Misfeldt.
68 i. Richard M. Misfeldt. Richard died November 9, 1959 in Nebraska. His body was interred November 1959 in Washington, Nebraska Prairie View Cemetery.
38. Ivan Gale5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born December 31, 1936 in Nebraska. Ivan died April 5, 1977 in Blair, Nebraska at 40 years of age. His body was interred April 1977 in Washington, Nebraska Prairie View Cemetery.
He married Camilla Schneider April 6, 1968. Camilla was born October 21, 1946. Camilla is the daughter of Paul R. Schneider and Evelyn Maxine Davis. She married Unknown Sessions ca. 1975.
Ivan Misfeldt and Camilla Schneider had the following children:
70 ii. Timothy Misfeldt, was born September 5, 1972.
39. Genene Audrey5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born July 8, 1938 in Blair, Nebraska.
She married Irvin Quick in Nebraska on June 21, 1958.
Genene Audrey Misfeldt and Irvin Quick had the following children:
72 ii. Jeffrey Quick.
73 iii. Marcia Quick.
74 iv. James S. Quick.
40. Mary Lou5 Misfeldt (Charles4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born October 30, 1944 in Blair, Nebraska.
She married John Jessen on February 27, 1965.
Mary Lou Misfeldt and John Jessen had the following children:
76 ii. James Jessen.
77 iii. Amy Jessen.
78 iv. Anne Jessen.
79 v. Joshua Jessen.
41. Daryl Dean5 Misfeldt (George4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born September 4, 1932 in Washington, Nebraska. Daryl died September 4th, 2008, at 76 years of age.
MISFELDT-Daryl D., age 76, of Washington, NE, died 9-4-08.
Proceeded in death by wife Rayma. Survived by sons and daughters-in-law; Mark and Debbie, David and Sarah, and Christopher and Janie all of Washington, NE; grandchildren; Angie, Hannah, Molly, Abby, George, Katie, and Ellie; sister and brother-in-law, LeMara and Artie Eicke of Washington; stepmother Marjorie Misfeldt, of Fremont, nieces, nephews, and other family.
FUNERAL SERVICES 10:30am Saturday at the funeral home. Interment Prairie View Cemetery. VISITATION 2-8pm with family receiving friends 6-8pm at the funeral home.
Daryl Dean Misfeldt was born September 4,1932 in Washington, Nebraska to George and Verna (Knudsen) Misfeldt. Daryl grew up in both the Washington and Omaha areas, and attended school in Washington, and Walnut Hill in Omaha. Daryl graduated from Bennington High School in 1949. As a young boy, Daryl enjoyed hunting and sang in high school.
Daryl served in the United States Coast Guard during the Korean War from December 1949 until his honorable discharge in December 1952.
Daryl married Rayma Lee Robinette on September 12, 1953 at St. John's! Lutheran Church in Bennington, and to this union, three sons were born; Mark, David, and Christopher. The family settled in Washington, and remained there to this day in the home that Daryl built himself.
Daryl worked for many years as a computer systems manager for United of Omaha and later Mutual of Omaha. Daryl was very creative and hard working. He was constantly working on inventing new or better machinery. He also enjoyed gardening, hunting, fishing, and reading. In his younger days, Daryl and Rayma would do a bit of traveling. In the last few years, Daryl spent his time sharing stories with his grandchildren.
Daryl passed away at his home on his 76th birthday, September 4, 2008. He is preceeded in death by his wife Rayma. Daryl is survived by his three sons and daughters-in-law; Mark and Debbie, David and Sarah, and Christopher and Janie all of Washington, seven grandchildren; Angie, Hannah, Molly, Abby, George, Katie, and Ellie, sister and brother-in-law LeMara and Artie Eicke of Washington, stepmother Marjorie Misfeldt of Fremont, Nebraska, nieces, nephews, and other family. He married Rayma Lee Robinette in Bennington, Nebraska on September 12, 1953.
Daryl Dean Misfeldt and Rayma La Robinette had the following children:
81 ii. Mark George Misfeldt, was born January 18, 1963.
82 in. Christopher Ray Misfeldt, was born December 12, 1965.
42. LeMara Jean5 Misfeldt (George4, Henry3, Fritz2, Fritz1) was born June 14, 1935 in Washington, Nebraska.
She married Henry Arthur Eicke on November 12, 1955 in Elkhorn, Nebraska. Henry was born July 20, 1933 in Elkhorn, Nebraska.
Fritz Misfeldt came to the United States in 1861 as a very young man, settling in Scott County, Iowa. The countryside is very much like the area in Germany, so you will find many people from Germany settling first in Scott County.
Fritz and Bertha Horst were married in Scott County and three of their children were born there. They came to Nebraska, and for a short time lived in Sarpy County, the second county south of Washington County.
Anna was born in Nebraska, about 1875 and two years later a daughter, Margaretha, was born, but she only lived a couple of weeks. She is buried in the Fort Calhoun Cemetery. A year later Otto was born, on Christmas Day. I would guess that Bertha developed pneumonia, as she died just six weeks after Otto was born.
While Bertha was sick and probably shortly after. Otto was wet nursed by a Mrs. Soil, as she just had a baby too. Fritz found himself alone to raise 5 children, the oldest Henry (my grandfather) age 11 down to baby Otto, age 6 weeks. It must have been a very hard job.
You can see by the 1880 Census, John was listed as a boarder at the the Henry Puls home. He probably helped with chores also. Fritz chose to let Otto be raised (or adopted) by the Asmus Asmussen family, they had no other children. I'm sure things were still hard and so Anna was to live with the Claus Schlopkohl family, again maybe to help out with chores or possibly there was a family connection, as the Soll name appears again. It was also said that Anna and Fritz's second wife, Elizabeth did not get along.
I do not know who fathered Anna's first baby, William, but about a year later, she and Julius were married. They moved to the Creighton, Nebraska area and I don't really know much more about the family. Henry married Adele Gottsch, had one son, Charles, lost a baby girl and then Adele died in childbirth. He later married Margaret Gottsch, Adele's sister. They lived west of Washington, Nebraska and had eight children. John Misfeldt married Tina Petersen, lived just north of Bennington, but died as a young man. They had no children. Metha Misfeldt married Henry Arp. They lived north of Washington, Nebraska. They had six children. Otto married and had one son, they lived in the Fort Calhoun area.
Most of the family were farmers and stayed in this general area of Nebraska. Quite a few of the children are buried in the German Cemetery, north of Bennington. Fritz and Elizabeth are buried in the Kennard, Nebraska Cemetery.
LeMara Jean Misfeldt and Henry Arthur Eicke had the following children:
84 ii. Lynn Henry Eicke, was born in Nebraska.
85 iii. Mae Annette Eicke, was born in Nebraska.
86 iv. Paula Eicke, was born in Nebraska.