Person:William Stroheber (1)

Watchers
William Stroheber
m.
  1. Karoly Stroheber1873 -
  2. Lajós Stroheber1875 -
  3. Agoston Stroheber1877 -
  4. Anna Stroheber1879 -
  5. Maria Stroheber1881 -
  6. Krisztina Stroheber1883 -
  7. William Stroheber1890 - 1963
  8. Anna Stroheber1890 -
m. 14 Jan 1914
Facts and Events
Name William Stroheber
Alt Name[1][8] Vilmos Stroheber
Gender Male
Christening[1][8] 5 Jul 1890 Súr, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
Immigration[5][6] 5 Jun 1906 United States
Immigration[7] 2 Apr 1909 Canada
Occupation[4][9] 1911 Plunkett area, Saskatchewan, Canadafarmer
Marriage 14 Jan 1914 Saskatchewan, Canadato Elizabeth Bartok
Death[2] 18 Sep 1963 Plunkett area, Saskatchewan, Canada
Religion[4] Roman Catholic
Burial[3] Plunkett area, Saskatchewan, CanadaHoly Trinity Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 msg #201109416, posted by helen, 17 Sep 2011, in RadixForum :: Board for Hungarian genealogy research.

    'The following baptisms of children of Jakab Stroheber and Anna Ponak are from familysearch.org, Hungary Catholic Church Records, ...

    The follwing children were baptized in Suur, film 699672:

    Vilmos Stroheber, baptized 05 Jul 1890, Suur

    Anna Stroheber, baptized 05 Jul 1890, Suur.'

  2. Plunkett History Committee (Saskatchewan). Through the fields of time : Plunkett and district. (Plunkett, Saskatchewan: Plunkett History Committee, c1982), page 323.
  3. Family records.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Saskatchewan, Humboldt, 72, in Canada. 1911 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), page 13.

    William Stroheber, on quarter section SE 17-33-25 [W2], born July 1890 (age 20) in Hungary, of German ethnic origin, R. Catholic, farmer

  5. United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Passenger lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1820-1897: index to passenger lists of vessels arriving in New York, 1820-1846. (Washington, District of Columbia, United States: National Archives. Central Plains Region, 1957-1958,1963,1970), Year: 1906; Microfilm Serial: T715; Microfilm Roll: T715_722; Line: 6; Page Number: 35.

    Name: Vilmos Stroheber, age: 16, occupation: lab[orer], last residence: Csatka, final destination: Passaic, in possession of $10

  6. Plunkett History Committee (Saskatchewan). Through the fields of time : Plunkett and district. (Plunkett, Saskatchewan: Plunkett History Committee, c1982), page 322.

    'He came to Melville [Saskatchewan] by way of New Jersey, U.S.A. where he spent a year with his sister, Mrs. D. Fodor, before coming to Melville to spend some time with another sister, Mrs. Joe Gaspar.'

    NOTE: This article was written by his son, William.

  7. Canada. Border Crossings: From U.S to Canada 1908-1935. (Canada: Library and Archives Canada), Library and Archives Canada, 1908-1935 Border Entries, Roll: T-5495.

    Name: Wm. Stroheber, age: 18, occupation: farmer, country of birth or citizenship: Hungary, from: Hungary, to: Winnipeg, in posssession of $33, arrival port: Prescott, Ontario

  8. 8.0 8.1 Genealogical Society of Utah. Hungary Catholic Church Records, 1636-1895: index of baptisms.

    Vilmos Stroheber, male
    baptism date: 05 Jul 1890
    baptism place: Suur, Veszprém, Hungary
    father: Jakab Stroheber
    mother: Anna Pannák

  9. He had a homestead on quarter section SE 17-33-25 W2, a few miles south of Plunkett.