Family:Matthew Noack and Wilhemina Schilka (1)

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Marriage[1][2][3][4][5][6] BEF 1868
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04 APR 1873 Ontario, Canada
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17 JUN 1955
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18 JUN 1884 Ontario, Canada
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References
  1. Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children, Questionable quality.

    Bertha born in 1871 or 1872. Minnie emigrated from Germany in 1870 per 1901 Census.

  2. 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT84150-3400, 2001), Secondary quality.

    Census Place: Hagarty & Jones, Renfrew South, Ontario, Canada Source: FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 113 SubDist H Page 25 Family 110

    Household:
    Sex Marr Age Origin Birthplace
    Mathias NOAK
    M M 45 German Germany Occ: Farmer Religion: Methodist
    Mena NOAK
    F M 34 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    John NOAK
    M 20 German Germany Occ: Farmer Son Religion: Methodist
    Fredrick NOAK
    M 17 German Germany Occ: Son Farmer Religion: Methodist
    Bertha NOAK
    F 10 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Albert NOAK
    M 8 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Mathias NOAK
    M 6 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    William NOAK
    M 5 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Augast NOAK
    M 2 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Mena NOAK
    F 1 German Germany Religion: Method

  3. Compiler: Allen,Delores M, and Geraldine Kuehl. Seven - Hagarty Township Cemeteries. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Genealogical Society , 1991), Page 24, Secondary quality.

    Killaloe (Grace) Evangelical Cemetery

    Other known burials from cemetery records:
    Wukgeknuba SCHILKIE NOACK born 1845, dies 1918. Wife of Matthew NOACK Sr.

  4. Mathias Noak household, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1891 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), 16 Apr 1891, Primary quality.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Mathias Noak 55
    Mena Noak 43
    Bertha Noak 21
    Albert Noak 18
    Mathias Noak 16
    William Noak 14
    August Noak 13
    Mena Noak 12
    Emma Noak 7
    Lena Noak 5

    Noak Mathias M 55 M - Germany - Germany Germany Methodist Farmer
    Noak Mena F 43 M W Germany - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Bertha F 21 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Albert M 18 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist Farmer
    Noak Mathias M 16 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak William M 14 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak August M 13 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Mena F 12 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Emma F 7 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Lena F 5 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist

  5. Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1901 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 1901), Page 19, 31 Mar 1901, Primary quality.

    ON RENFREW (South/Sud) (#111) Subdistrict: Hagarty, Sherwood & Jones i-2

    4 145 Noack Minnie F Head W Nov 15 1846 55 Germany 1870 German German Methodist
    5 145 Noack Bertha F Daughter S Jul 28 1872 29 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    6 145 Noack Martin M Son S Dec 28 1874 28 Ont r German Canadian Methodist Farmer
    7 145 Noack Augst M Son S Sep 15 1879 22 Ont r German Canadian Methodist Farmer
    8 145 Noack Minnie F Daughter S Nov 11 1883 18 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    9 145 Noack Emma F Daughter S Jul 12 1887 14 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    10 145 Noack Lena F Daughter S Sep 16 1889 12 Ont r German Canadian Methodist

  6. Northern Ontario Canada Gravemarker Gallery, Secondary quality.

    Wilhelmina Noack
    nee Schilka
    1845-1918

  7.   Moffat, Richard G. (Rick, Questionable quality.

    Notes regarding Matthew and Minnie Noack:
    There does not appear to be an Ontario Marriage registration for Matthew (Matthias) Noack and Minnie Shilka. However, their first child, Bertha was born in about 1868, either in Germany (if the 1901 census year of immigration (1870) is accurate) or in Ontario (as stated on Bertha's 1927 death registration. Either they were married in Germany prior to an 1870 emigration, or they were married in Ontario prior to the start of marriage registration records (1868.)

    In January 1900, Mat Noack Jr. registered the death of Matthias Noack, a single farmer.

    In the 1901 census, Minnie Noack was enumerated as the head of her household, a widow and a farmer. Martin not Matthew was listed in her household, but his birth date is consistent with Matthew's.

    In October 1918, Matthew Noack registered the death of Wilimena (sic) Shilka, a widowed farmer's wife. Did he give her maiden name, or was she not "legally" a Noack?