Person:Samuel Warmbrodt (2)

Samuel Warmbrodt
m. 25 Oct 1831
  1. Samuel Warmbrodt1838 - 1921
m. 12 Nov 1859
  1. Samuel Warmbrodt1862 - 1948
m. 17 Oct 1867
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Warmbrodt
Gender Male
Birth[5] 5 May 1838 Siselen, Bern, Switzerland
Christening[5][6] 20 May 1838 Siselen, Bern, Switzerland
Alt Birth[1] abt 1840 Switzerland
Marriage 12 Nov 1859 Bond, Illinois, United Statesto Mollissa Flora
Marriage 17 Oct 1867 Bond, Illinois, United Statesto Catherine Cornelius
Census 1870 Bond, Illinois, United Stateswith Catherine Cornelius
Census 1880 South Haven (township), Sumner, Kansas, United Stateswith Catherine Cornelius
Census 1900 Summit, Chautauqua, Kansas, United Stateswith Catherine Cornelius
Census 1910 Comanche, Oklahoma, United Stateswith Catherine Cornelius
Death[3] 19 Jan 1921 Washington, Bremer, Iowa, United States
Burial[2] Oakland Cemetery, Bremer, Iowa, United States

Photo of Samuel's tombstone on FindAGrave

The 1910 census indicates that he was married twice. The marriage of Samuel Warmbrodt and Mollissa Flora in Bond County, Illinois in 1859 is presumed to be his first marriage. More research should be done to verify this.

Civil War Service

  • Served in Company D, 59th Illinois Infantry 2
  • Pension Application 508317; Certificate 339687 4
  • Widow's Pension: Application 1169580, Certificate 901426 4
  1. Sumner, Kansas, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T9)
    p. 223C.
  2. Find A Grave.
  3. Iowa. Iowa Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990. (FamilySearch Record Search).

    Lists burial as being in Janesville.

  4.   United States. Veterans Administration. Organization index to pension files of veterans who served between 1861 and 1900- [1917]. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 1949).
  5. 5.0 5.1 Taufrodel 1836-1875, in Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Siselen (Bern). Kirchenbuch, 1550-1979. (Bern: Staatsarchiv Bern, 1990-1993)
    p. 13.
  6. Taufzeugen, Witnesses:
    Samuel Warmbrodt, Oheim (uncle)
    Jakob Schwab, Schmied (smith), von und zu Siselen
    Anna Graden, Tante (aunt)