Person:Martha Stoltman (1)

Martha Stoltman
b.5 Jan 1888 Vosowie, Poland
Facts and Events
Name Martha Stoltman
Gender Female
Birth? 5 Jan 1888 Vosowie, Poland
Alt Birth[6][3][7][1][2] 5 Nov 1888 Osowo, Bydgoszcz, Poland
Christening[1][2][11] 8 Nov 1888 Wiele, Chojnice, Bydgoszcz, Poland
Immigration[9][2] 1891
Marriage 13 Feb 1906 Warsaw, Walsh, North DakotaSt Stanislaus Catholic Church
to Joseph E Ebertowski
Census 10 May 1910 Pulaski Township, Walsh, North Dakota_SHAR: ROLE: Family
with Joseph E Ebertowski
Census 1 Apr 1940 Pulaski Township, Walsh, North Dakota_SHAR: ROLE: Family rural
with Joseph E Ebertowski
Residence[10] Jan 1949 Grafton, Walsh, North Dakota
Death[3][4][5][2][12] 17 Jul 1982 Grafton, Walsh, North DakotaUnity Hospital
Burial[6][3][2] 21 Jul 1982 St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery, Warsaw, Walsh County, ND
Other[13] Misc.
Religion[7][2] Roman Catholic
Soc Sec No[8][2] 502-66-5713

BP might be spelled Wadowice in Galacia 1900 Census shows name spelled as Stoltzman.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Wiele Parish
    K2, Taufe 1888-90, Page 0005/6, Line 289.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 GEDCOM file submitted by Jim Ebertowski, Imported on 4 September 2011..
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Cemeteries of ND, Walsh County Vol. 27
    Page 95.
  4. Stephen Messenger, Stephen, Marshall County, MN
    Obituary, 22 Jul 1982.
  5. Register of Births Deaths City of Grafton ,Walsh Co ND, Grafton Court House Archives 1900-1937
    Grafton Court House Archives, Index Page 91, Book 7, Page 598.
  6. 6.0 6.1 North Dakota Public Death Index.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Walsh Heritage Vol I
    Page 327.
  8. Social Security Death Index.
  9. 1900 US Census
    Pulaski Township, Walsh County, ND.
  10. , (I)Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, .
    Obituary of Marian A Heagle; 23 January 1949.
  11. Godfather: Franz Trawicki and Godmother: Martha Trawicki
  12. Stephen Messenger, Marshall County, MN
    Obituary, 22 Jul 1982

    Martha Ebertowski, 93, Passes Saturday

    Martha Ebertowski, 93, of Warsaw, North Dakota died Saturday, July 17 at Unity Hospital in Grafton, North Dakota.

    Services were held at 10 AM on Wednesday at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Warsaw. An 8 PM prayer service was held Tuesday night.

    Martha Stoltman was born November 5, 1988 in Poland. She came to the United States in 1891 and married Joseph Ebertowski on February 13, 1906 in Warsaw. They farmed in Pulaski Township of Walsh County until he died in 1958. She moved to the Lutheran Sunset Home in Grafton in 1982.

    Survivors include her sons, Steve of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Hilary of Bowesmont, North Dakota, Sylvester of Drayton, North Dakota, Ted of Grafton, North Dakota; daughters, Steffie (Mrs. Max) Tandeski of Grand Forks, Vivian (Mrs Anton) Pasholk of Elgin, Illinois, Helen (Mrs. Dick) Gornowicz of Warsaw, North Dakota, Natalie (Mrs Ed) Huebner of Upland, California, Isabel (Mrs. Andy) Juhl of Long Beach, California, Martha (Mrs Ralph) Przbylski of Argyle, Joann (Mrs. Steve) Slominski of Warsaw North Dakota, Evelyn (Mrs. Donald) Marshall of Lakewood, California, Mary Ann (Mrs. Fabien) Sevigny of Grafton, North Dakota Audrey (Mrs. Bernard) Kasprick of Thief River Fall; brothers, Walter of Argyle, Max of Grand Forks, Joe of Ellensburg, Washington; Sisters, Minnie (Mrs. Walter) McGuire, Johanna (Mrs. Paul Talkington of Juneau, Alaska, Margie (Mrs. Leo) Schuster of Drayton, North Dakota, Julia Stoltman of San Antonio, Texas, Eva (Mar. Harry) Schuster of Oslo; 52 grandchildren, 113 great grandchildren and 13 great great grandchildren.
  13. Make sure to note how many children she had in what period of time. She basically had a child every year from the time she was married until about age 45. Check census records to see if she had children born in the gap years that died before census.
    Also see if you can find out how many grandchildren and g, gg she had before she died. How many were still living when she died. That is in obit see under death