Jacob Allmer, 6 North 51 West

In 1910 Logan County, Jacob is living alone, farming 24, born in Russia. It looks like he immigrated in 1906.

Jacob Allmer of Kelly Colorado, age 25, married Katherine Brunmeier, 22 in Gregory County South Kakota on January 16, 1913>

Jacob claimed two quarters in 4 and 5, 6N 51W in 1914.
Katie (Brunmeier) Allmer is buried in Horst Cemetery, Weld County # 87180041, Jacob 1885-1964 in Greeley # 120789309, Clara 1903-1996 # 120789319.

He registered for WWI in Keota, Weld County, born October 25, 1885, farming, with Katie.

There's a Jacob Allman marrying Clara Kinisler, both of Keota, on January 15, 1919 in Logan County, witnesses John Kneisler and Marie Kneisler.

In 1920 Weld County, Jacob is 34, Clara his wife 16, with Rudolph 6, John 3, Jaob 2, and Edward nine months, all sons born in Colorado.

They're still farming in 1930 Weld County, and have added five more kids.

In 1940 Weld County, farming, Jacob 55 and Clara 36, have Ruben 14, Arb 13, Albert 10, Floyd 8, Donald 5, and Dorothy 2.

1961 Greeley "William Allmer and sons John and Norman of Beulah, N. D. arrived last Monday and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Allmer. William Allmer is a nephew of Jake Allmer."

September 3, 1964 "Jacob Allmer of Route 1, Orchard. Survived by his wife, Clara Allmer, and the following children: Rudolph of Gateway, John of Wetser, Ida., Jake og Wiggins, Edward of Gill, Sarah Sample of Denver, Lorene Weinmeister. of Johnstown, Rueben of Denver, Arthur J. of Santa Ana, Calif., Albert A. of Denver, Floyd of Broomfield, Donald G. of Santa Ana, Calif., Dorothy Williams, Orchard.
Other survivors include one step-son, Fred Shumaa of Haxtun and these brothers and sisters: George Allmer of Beulah, N.D., Fred Allmer of Pueblo, Dora Ballensky of Glennula, N.D., Elizabeth Sprecker of Edmonton, Canada, Kathrine Seivera of Lyons; 41 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren. Services at St Paul's Congregational church, 2 p.m. Friday with interment at Sunset Memorial Gardens."

1991 Greeley z

Albert A. Allmer, 73, died Friday, May 23, 2003 at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins.
He was born Feb. 9, 1930, in Buckingham to Jacob and Clara (Kneisler) Allmer. He went to school in Milliken, Buckingham and Ault. In August 1948, he married Norma Marie LaBeau in Greeley. They had a son, James Albert, born July 5, 1950, in Greeley. They divorced in 1953. He married Thelma Ciancio on June 2, 1976, in Denver. She died Jan. 19, 2001.
Mr. Allmer worked for Matthews Produce Co. in Greeley for six years, then moved to Denver and worked as a welder. He moved to Rangely and worked with R&R Well Service. He owned and operated a big rig leased to Weiss Trucking Co. and B&M Services. He worked for his brother, Floyd, at Allmer Plumbing & Heating in Broomfield and at Sunstrand Aviation in Westminster for many years. He lived in Kremmling and Laporte and worked for Allen Plumbing & Heating in Fort Collins.
Mr. Allmer loved travel, fishing, time with his son and sister, gardening, his home, watching church programs on television and reading his Bible. He was a member of American Legion Post No. 4 in Laporte.
Survivors are his son, James Sherwood of Nunn; a grandson, James H. Sherwood of Commerce City; two sisters, Dorothy Williams of Pierce and Sarah Soodsma of Limon; a brother, Donald Allmer of Medina, Calif.; and many nieces and nephews. His parents, seven brothers and two sisters are deceased.
Cremation. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. today in Sunset Memorial Gardens.

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