Person:Frieda Mayer (3)

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Name Frieda Susanne Mayer
Gender Female
Birth[2][9][11] 22 Nov 1896 Allegheny, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
Christening[2] 6 Jan 1897 Allegheny, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United Statesat home, no sponsors
Census[1] 1900 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[3] 1910 Nez Perce, Idaho, United States
Other[4] 17 May 1918 Roseberry, Boise, Idaho, United States gave Flag Day address at High School Commencement
Census[5] 1920 Eden, Jerome, Idaho, United States
Census[7] 1930 Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States
Occupation[6][14] 30 May 1930, Aug 1933 Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United Stateshired to teach Grade five in coming year
Census[8] 1940 Meridian, Ada, Idaho, United States
Occupation[12] 12 Feb 1966 Emmett, Gem, Idaho, United Stateshonored as a retired teacher
Residence[13] Sep1969 Boise, Ada, Idaho, United Statesnamed in sister Hilda's Obituary
Burial[10][11] 1983 Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States
Death[9][10] 23 Feb 1983 Emmett, Gem, Idaho, United States

moved west with family 1905

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  1. Allegheny City, Sixth Ward, in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 137, ED 64, Sheet 10, Primary quality.

    Address 39 Wolfe Street
    Mayer, Michael, white male, head, born April 1863, age 37, married 12 years, born Germany, both parents born Germany, immigrated 1882, resident US 18 years, naturalized, occupation carpenter, able to read, write, and speak English, living in a house
    , Mechilena [sic], wife, white female, born February 1862, 38 years old, married 12 years, had 5 children, all living, born Germany, both parents born Germany, immigrated 1865, resident US 35 years, able to read, write, speak English
    , Lillian C., daughter, white female, born June 1890, age 9, born Pennsylvania, at school
    , Edward, son, born August 1892, 7 years old, born Pennsylvania, at school
    , Annie B., daughter, born July 1895, age 4, born Pennsylvania
    , Freeda [sic], daughter, born November 1896, age 3, born Pennsylvania
    , Hilda, daughter, born September 1899, 8 months old, born Pennsylvania

  2. 2.0 2.1 Baptisms 1880-1971 FHL Film #0885048), in Smithfield United Church of Christ (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). Church records, 1832-1971 [Smithfield United Church of Christ]. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971).

    Baptisms 1897:
    p. 218, #2 - Frieda Susanne, born 22 Nov. 1896, bap. 6 Jan 1897, parents Michael Mayer (Ungarn) and Anna Marie Magd. Reusswig (Hess D.), no sponsors

  3. Cold Springs Precinct, Nez Perce, Idaho, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), HH 170, Family 171, Primary quality.

    Mayer, Michael, head, male, white, age 47, married 21 years (first marriage), born Hungary-Bulgaria, both parents born Hungary Bulgaria, speaks English, farmer, able to read and write, rents farm
    , Magdalena, wife, female, white, age 49, married 21 years (first marriage), eight children (all living), born Germany, both parents born Germany, immigrated 1864, Naturalized, speaks English, able to read and write
    , Edward, son, male, white, age 17, single, born Pennsylvania, speaks English, farm labourer, able to read and write
    , Bertha, daughter, white female, age 14, single, born Pennsylvania, speaks English, able to read and write, attends school
    , Frieda, daughter, white female, age 13, single, born Pennsylvania, speaks English, able to read and write, attends school
    , Hildegard, daughter, white female, age 10, single, born Pennsylvania, speaks English, able to read and write, attends school
    , Henry, son, white male, age 7, single, born Pennsylvania, attends school
    , Marie, daughter, white female, age 5, single, born Pennsylvania
    , Erma, daughter, white female, age 3, single, born Idaho

  4. "Payette Lake Star (McCall, Idaho), Friday 17 May 1918.
  5. Eden, Jerome, Idaho, in United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625), HH 288, Fam 293 (ED 185).

    Swan, Howard, head, rents, white male 26, married, able to read and write, b. MI, fa b. MI, mo b. PA, teacher, Pub school
    , Anna, wife, white female, 23, married, able to read and write, b. CA, fa b. IA, mo b. IN
    Ryan, Genevieve, boarder, white female, 22, single, able to read and write, b. IA, fa b. NY, mo b. IA, teacher public school
    Ryan, Margeret, boarder, white female, 17, single, single, able to read and write, b. IA, fa b. NY, mo b. IA, teacher public school
    Mayer, Freda, boarder, white female, 22, single, single, able to read and write, b. PA, both parents b. PA, teacher public school
    white, age 22, born Pennsylvania

  6. The Kuna Herald (Kuna, Idaho), 30 May 1930; 22 Aug 1933.

    30 May 1930
    - teachers secured to teach in Kuna next year: Fifth grade - Miss Frieda Mayer
    25 Aug. 1933
    - Report of the Financial Condition of Independent School District #32: Expenditures
    Janitors: $626 and $677
    Miss Fields, teacher: $970.98
    Miss Mayer, teacher: $949.50
    4 other women teachers at $970.98 each
    1 woman teacher at $1181.66
    1 woman teacher at $1261.64
    5 male teachers at $960.00, $1039.98, $1432.10, $1879.96

  7. Kuna Village , in Ada, Idaho, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Sheet 1A [59], HH 12, Family 12, line 50, Primary quality.

    Mayer, Frieda, boarder, white female, age 33, single, able to read & write, born PA, both parents born Germany, speaks English, teacher in public school, worked yesterday
    Head of HH = Mettie Fergusson, owns house = $4500, no mtg, no Radio, white female age 53, widow; other boarders = Gertrude Isenell, age 21; Mary A. Pierce, age 28; Ruth Mitchell, age 20, all school teachers

  8. Meridian, in Ada, Idaho, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 243, Primary quality.

    212 Pine (-Idaho) Ave
    Bell, Ralph H., 46, married, b. KS, same house 1935, employed, proprietor, retail coal lumber
    , Jesse M (informant), wife, 44, b. IS
    , Max F. (absent), son, 20, b. ID, attends school
    Mayer, Frieda, roomer, 43, single, 2 yrs college, b. PA, same place 1935, employed, teacher public grade school, work 36 weeks in 1939, $1080 annual income

  9. 9.0 9.1 Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Secondary quality.

    Name: Frieda Mayer
    Last Residence:
    83702 Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA
    BORN: 22 Nov 1896
    Died: Feb 1983
    State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951)

  10. 10.0 10.1 Letter, Reece Mayer (nephew), Aug. 1984, Secondary quality.

    Frieda Susanne, died 2/23/1983, never married, buried Boise, Cloverdal

  11. 11.0 11.1 Frieda S. Mayer, Memorial# 128218911, Created by: Robin Pewtress, 19 April 2014, in Find A Grave, accessed 1 Aug 2016, Secondary quality.

    Frieda S. Mayer
    Birth: 1896
    Death: 1983
    Burial: Cloverdale Memorial Park , Boise, Ada County, Idaho, USA
    Plot: 1 Valleyview
    [has [photo]

  12. "Chapter Honors Retired Teachers, in Idaho Free Press, (Nampa, Idaho) Newspapers.com, p. 5, 12 Feb 1966, Sat.
  13. Obituary, in [[Source:The Idaho Statesman, (Boise, Idaho), 29 September 1969|The Idaho Statesman, (Boise, Idaho), 29 September 1969]].

    Hildegarde E. Mayer
    Miss Hildegarde E. Mayer, no age available, of 814 North Tenth, died Saturday afternoon of natural causes at a Boise hospital. . . . Survivors include a brother, Henry Mayer, Donnelly; and five sisters, Mrs. Robert Mickelson, Pittsburg, Pa., Bertha Mayer, Frieda Mayer, both of Boise, Mrs. Marie Nassen, of Sand Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Arthur Bane, Seattle. She was preceded in death by a brother, Edward Mayer of Portland . . . .

  14. Letter, Reece Mayer (nephew), Aug. 1984
    After Bertha had her teaching certificate, she went to teaching right off, and per Aunt Kate's instructions, Bertha paid to put Frieda thru Albion Normal instead of repaying Aunt Kate. Frieda taught in elementary school all her working career