Facts and Events
||07 JAN 1890
||Rosenthal, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
||05 JUN 1911
||Loganton, Saskatchewan, Canada
||07 JAN 1913
||Palmer Rapids, Renfrew, Ontario, Canadato Esther Martha Mary Krieger
||06 JUN 1916
||Loganton, Saskatchewan, Canada
||27 MAY 1921
||Avondale, Saskatchewan, CanadaFred and Esther were among the first members of Avondale Baptist Church. He was the first clerk for the church, which was organized in the home of W. J. Wellwood Fred and Esther were among the first members of Avondale Baptist Church. He was the first clerk for the church, which was organized in the home of W. J. Wellwood
with Esther Martha Mary Krieger
||13 JAN 1928
||They celebrated their 15th anniversary at their home according to newspaper clipping, "Mr. and Mrs. Fred Summach Surpris'd by Host of Friends"
with Esther Martha Mary Krieger
||They moved from the farm to Asquith, to the house across from the Asquith Baptist Church.
with Esther Martha Mary Krieger
||19 JAN 1972
||611 Dufferin Ave, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
||24 JAN 1972
||Asquith Cemetery, Asquith, Saskatchewan, Canada
Grandpa Fred was born in Renfrew County, Ontario. His father passed away when he was about a year old. At the age of 17 in 1907, Fred went out west to the Eagle Creek area west of Saskatoon. Late in the year he returned to Ontario to convince his mother, Mary and brother, August to return with him. In 1908 they returned to settle in the Avondale district about 9 miles south of Asquith, Saskatchewan. They settled on land they acquired from their brother-in-law, Cecil Seed, who farmed in the Tregarva district north of Regina.
Initially, Fred rented his land and worked as a blacksmith and custom thresher.
His brother, August later wrote the following:
Trip from Ontario Took Eleven Days
By A. Summach
From Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee 1965 Edition -- Asquith History
It took my brother, Fred, and me 11 days and nights to come from Killaloe, Ontario to Asquith by freight. Our horses got very tired standing. We had our bunk on the lumber at the other end of the car, and I well remember one night when we were sidetracked, one of the horses fell in its sleep and I awoke suddenly and jumped up so quickly that I nearly knocked out myself by hitting my head on the top of the box car. We had barrels in the car for watering the stock and, when we would come to water along the track, the freight would stop and let us fill our barrels.
We stopped at Saskatoon and were told that we wouldn't get out to Asquith for a week, so I paid an extra $48 to have a locomotive run us out to Asquith, as that was as far as the line had been built by 1907. Gus Picketts was the first man that we met when we landed at Asquith, as he was looking for business for his livery barn.
Brother Fred came out in 1907 to see the country, as the old saying was, "Go west, young man." In the fall, he returned to Ontario and, between the two of us, we convinced our mother to sell the farm down there. She loaned us the money to move out here and start farming in the spring of 1908.
We brought out two carloads of settlers' effects which contained five cows, four horses, and enough lumber for a small house.
We batched during the winter for four years, and our dear mother cooked for us during the summer. The main diet for the first winter was cornmeal.
After making one payment on a binder in the fall of 1908, we had the sum of 10 cents in cash left. The cows were the means of supplying us with groceries, as I used to churn and sell butter to Sandy Currie for 15 cents a pound.
Image:Mac118 -- McDougall Bldg Postcard to Esther Krieger 1908.jpg
David McDougall built the McDougall Block in Calgary in 1906. Grandpa Summach saved a postcard of the building. He mailed it on Saturday, April 18, 1908 to Miss Esther Krieger of Palmer Rapids:
"Watch out on Sunday. Coming down to talk to the old folks." Was he going "down East" to ask for her hand in marriage? If so, they waited another 5 years before they were married.
The farm house on Fred's farm was built in 1916 according to Manley Summach. It may have been built as early as 1908 according to other family sources. The original basement was dug using a horse drawn Frisco shovel, and the concrete was poured between the bare earth and internal forms. It had running water and electricity. In 2002, Fred and Laurene Summach were still living in this house, although it had changed considerably through the years. In 2011, it was decided that the house could not be repaired after water damage from the high water table of 2010 and it was subsequently demolished.
I believe that Fred's Home quarter is NE-17-35-9-3 in township 342, but this is subject to verification.
- ↑ Summach/Kreiger Family, in Laureen (Bateman) Summach, Summach/Kreiger Family. (July 1998), July 1998, Secondary quality.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Our Family Tree (Krieger, Summach), in Rosetta (Gutz) Krieger. Our Family Tree (Krieger, Summach). (about 1987), Page 2 & 2a, abt 1987, Secondary quality.
Frederick Summach; Born Jan 7, 1890; Place Rosenthal, Ont; Died Jan 19, 1972; Burial Saskatoon, Sask.; Married Esther Krieger, Jan 07, 1913; Place Palmer Rapids
- ↑ Family History, in Asquith and District Historical Society (Saskatchewan). The Asquith Record. (Asquith, Saskatchewan: Asquith and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 315, Secondary quality.
- ↑ Births, in Fred Summach's Bible, Primary quality.
Frederick Summach Jan 7th 1890
Esther Martha Mary Sept. 16, 1890
See the above source page for images of the pages.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Fred Summach household, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 1911 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), Page 22, Jun 5, 1911, Primary quality.
Saskatchewan / 216 Saskatoon / 14 Townships 34 / page 22
11 237 Summach Fred 35-09-3 M Head S Jan 1889 21 Ontario German Canadian Baptist Farmer
12 237 Summach August M Brother S Jul 1879 22 Ontario German Canadian Baptist Farmer
13 237 Summach Mary F Mother W Sep 1857 53 Germany 1863 German Canadian Baptist
- ↑ Marriage Registration Transcriptions, in Ontario, Canada. The Ontario Vital Statistics Project, 1905, Secondary quality.
017080-05 (Renfrew Co.), William ZUMMACH, 25, Lyndock Twp, Raglan, farmer, s/o August ZUMMACH & Mary NOAK, to Bertha BENSON, 21, Eganville, Raglan, d/o August BENSON & SEIDLETZ (not married), witn: Fred ZUMMACH & Nellie BENSON, both of Raglan, 4 October 1905 at Rosenthal
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Mary Zumach household, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1901 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 1901), L-2 Page 6, 31 Mar 1901, Primary quality.
ON RENFREW (South/Sud) (#111) Subdistrict: Raglan & Radcliffe L-2 Page 6
7 38 Zumach Mary F Head W Feb 22 1858 43 Germany 1863 German German Baptist
8 38 Zumach William M Son S Jan 16 1880 21 Ont r German Canadian Baptist F(armer's) son
9 38 Zumach Anna F Daughter S May 4 1882 18 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
10 38 Zumach Marie F Daughter S Aug 3 1884 16 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
11 38 Zumach Wilhelmiene F Daughter S Jun 14 1885 15 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
12 38 Zumach Liedia F Daughter S Mar 4 1887 14 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
13 38 Zumach August M Son S Jul 18 1888 15 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
14 38 Zumach Fredrick M Son S Jan 7 1890 11 Ont r German Canadian Baptist
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Mary Sumach household, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1891 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), Page 38, Family 150, 6 Apr 1891, Primary quality.
Sumach Mrs. Mary F 34 Widow Germany
Sumach William M 11 S Ontario
Sumach Annie F 10 D Ontario
Sumach Mary F 8 D Ontario
Page 38, Sub-district n- , Raglan & Radcliff, Family 150
Sumach Minnie, F(emale), Age - 6, D(aughter), Birthplace - Ontario, Father's Birthplace - Germany, Mother's Birthplace - Germany, Religion - F(ree) W(ill) Bapt(ist);
Sumach Lydia, F(emale), Age - 4, D(aughter), Birthplace - Ontario, Father's Birthplace - Germany, Mother's Birthplace - Germany, Religion - F(ree) W(ill) Bapt(ist)
Sumach August, M(ale), Age - 2, S(on), Birthplace - Ontario, Father's Birthplace - Germany, Mother's Birthplace - Germany, Religion - F(ree) W(ill) Bapt(ist)
Sumach Frederick, (ale), Age - 1, S(on), Birthplace - Ontario, Father's Birthplace - Germany, Mother's Birthplace - Germany, Religion - F(ree) W(ill) Bapt(ist)
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Estelle (Summach) Moffat. Estelle Moffat - Birthday Book. (unpublished), Secondary quality.
Jan 7 - Fred Summach Sr. 1890 death Jan 19/72
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 Tombstone photo - Summach, Fred Sr., Secondary quality.
In Loving Memory
FRED SUMMACH SR
1890 - 1972
God Will Redeem My Soul
From The Power Of The Grave
For He Shall Receive Me
- ↑ Ontario, Canada. Ontario Canada Births 1869-1913. (Toronto, Ontario: Archives of Ontario), Roll Number: MS929_101, 1890, Primary quality.
Name: Fred Zumach no midwife registered
Name: Fred Zumach
Date of Birth: 7 Jan 1890
Father's name: August Zumach
Mother's name: Mary Noack
Roll Number: MS929_101
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 Fredrich Summack household, in Loganton, Saskatchewan, Canada. 1916 Census of Canada, Prairie Provinces. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), 24 Jun 1906, Primary quality.
Est. Birth Year:1890
Home in 1916:05, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Address:35, 9, 3, Logintok
Relation to head-of-household:Self
Emmerson H Summack0
- ↑ Estelle (Summach) Moffat - Miscellaneous Papers. (1961).
Loose list page: wedding dates, etc.:
Dad passed away Jan 19/72
- ↑ 14.0 14.1 Obituary of Fred Summach, in StarPhoenix. (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada), 22 Jan 1972, Secondary quality.
SUMMACH - The Passing of Mr. Fred Summach Sr. age 82 years of 611 Dufferin Ave., Saskatoon, occurred at his residence on Jan. 19th, 1972. The funeral service will be held Monday, January 24th at 1:30 p.m. from University Drive Alliance Church conducted by Pastor W. Boldt. The family gratefully decline floral tributes. Memorial gifts may be made to the Missionary Aviation Fellowship. Park Funeral Chapel will be in charge. Surviving are: four daughters: Mrs. George (Muriel) Seymour of Asquith, Mrs. Harvey (<living>) Summach of Saskatoon, Mrs. Graeme (Estelle) Moffat of Moose Jaw, Mrs. <living> Forsyth of Saskatoon; five sons: Delbert, <living> and Manley of Saskatoon, Malcolm and Fred of Asquith; one brother, August of Saskatoon and Asquith, also 40 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Mr. Summach was predeceased by his wife Esther in June of 1945, by two infant sons and a son, Emerson in February of 1964. Mr. Summach was a charter member of the Avondale-Asquith Baptist Church while he farmed at Asquith. After retiring to Saskatoon he was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church serving on the Board of Elders for many years. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Asquith Cemetery.
- ↑ Obituary of Fred Summach, in Mercury-Advance. (Renfrew, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada), 9 Feb 1972, Secondary quality.
Fred Summach Sr of Saskatoon died Jan 19 at his home in Saskatoon.
He was born at Rosenthal near Palmer Rapids. In 1908, he and his mother and a brother went to Asquith, Sask, to farm, then returned a few years later and was married in 1913 to the late Esther Krieger, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Krieger of Palmer Rapids. He returned to Asquith with his bride and farmed there until his retirement in 1952. Three years later he moved to Saskatoon.
His body rested at Park Funeral Chapel until Monday Jan 24. The funeral service was held in University Drive Alliance conducted by Pastor W Boldt. Soloist was Mr Joe Repetski singing "Oh to be like thee".
Pallbearers were: Honarary - Walter Rice, William Pilgrim, Roy Warren, Jake Kowalenko, Isaac Peters, Bert Johnson, Bill Junop, Ivan Smith.
Acting Pallbearers - George Seymour, Harvey Summach, Ted Forsyth, Ted Summach, Charlie Boland and Elmer Krieger.