Twitter
RSS
Facebook
ClickBank1

Archive for the ‘Family History’ Category


Peter Robideau and Julia (Jesmer) Robideau. The sister of Joseph A. Jesmer

Peter Robideau and Julia (Jesmer) Robideau Jesmer family history page Joseph Jesmer and Julia (Plamondon) Jesmer page. Julia’s parents.  Link to Joseph A. Jesmer, Julia’s brother.  Julia Jesmer was the daughter of Joseph Jasmin and Julia Plamondon.  She was the sister of my Great-Great grandfather, Joseph A. Jesmer. She was the wife of Peter Robideau. […]

Read More...

Moses A. Jesmer and Effie (Day) Jesmer-the brother of Joseph A. Jesmer

Moses A. Jesmer is the brother of my Great-Great Grandfather Joseph A. Jesmer. (Do not confuse him with Moses E. Jesmer who was the son of Joseph A. Jesmer.) He was married to Effie Day. He moved out west with another man, William Day (possibly a relative of his wife), from Princeton to start a […]

Read More...

N.A. Grow and Adeline Mary (Jesmer) Grow

N.A. Grow and Adeline Mary (Jesmer) Grow. Adeline was the sister of my Great-Great Grandfather, Joseph A. Jesmer. She married N.A. Grow and lived out the latter part of her life in Greenbush Township, near Princeton Minnesota. A special thanks to Thomas Lamping who posted some of his research in FindAGrave. (some pics are oversized. […]

Read More...

William and Eugenia Kaliher (formerly Jesmer) – additional information

  William and Eugenia Kaliher (formerly Jesmer) Researched by David M. Lawrence  original page for William and Eugenia Kaliher (Jesmer)  Link to Joseph A. Jesmer page    Link to Jesmer family History page Born 30 Dec 1871 in Greenbush Township, Mille Lacs County, Minnesota Wife of William Kaliher — married 1898 Descendants Mother of Joseph Dennis Kaliher, […]

Read More...

A Summary of the Newspaper Clippings From 1897 Princeton Minnesota

A Summary of the Newspaper Clippings From 1897 Princeton Minnesota Link to newspaper section Link to Joseph A. Jesmer   Link to Jesmer family history Peter A. Robideau is in the cord wood business.  He is looking for work in a saw mill. 2-16-1897:   There is a dance at the house of Joseph A. Jesmer […]

Read More...

Info on Moses E. Jesmer and Mary Dugan Jesmer

Info on Moses E. Jesmer and Mary Dugan Jesmer. Compiled by  David M. Lawrence on Wikitree.com. Moses E. Jesmer was the brother of my Great grandfather, Nelson A. Jesmer. Link to Moses E. Jesmer main page Moses E Jesmer (1868 – 1916) Born 30 Aug 1868 in Greenbush, Mille Lacs, Minnesota Ancestors Son of Joseph […]

Read More...

A Jesmer Was Allegedly Karate Chopped By The Prime Minister of Canada in 1969

A Jesmer Was Allegedly Karate Chopped By The Prime Minister of Canada Return to the Jesmer Mystery page Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) – August 12, 1969,      Mrs. Emma Jesmer of Niagara Falls, the youth’s grandmother, said she has expected trouble for some time. Mrs. Jesmer said her grandson got mixed up with a “Communist […]

Read More...

The Log Cabin Joseph A. Jesmer Built In Greenbush Minnesota in 1867.

The Log  Cabin Joseph A. Jesmer Built In Greenbush Minnesota in 1867.  Link to Joseph A. Jesmer page Jesmer history link Joseph A. Jesmer, my great-great- grandfather, moved to Greensbush Township Minnesota, near Princeton MN in order to farm. He and two brothers built a log cabin and started clearing land, alongside about 25 of […]

Read More...

Newspapers of the Jesmer’s in and Around Princeton Minnesota in 1896

  Newspapers (and related information) of the Jesmer’s in and Around Princeton Minnesota in 1896 Link to newspaper page Link to Joseph A. Jesmer page Link to Jesmer History page Hiram Bert Jesmer, the son of Nelson A. Jesmer, is the son of a military association. Hiram Bert Jesmer is the grandfather of the original […]

Read More...

Newspaper articles about the Jesmer family in Princeton Minnesota 1895

Newspaper articles about the Jesmer family in Princeton Minnesota 1895 Link to the Newspaper page Link to Joseph A. Jesmer Page In 1895, in Princeton MN we read about the construction of the Jesmer Opera house. Nelson E. Jesmer had rebuilt his store, after the previous store had burned down by fire. The opera house […]

Read More...