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Logan County Pioneers:

Andeas Schuller, sons Frank and Louis Schuller, daughter Veronica Schuller, Fleming

Arriving in Baltimore in 1874 were Andreas Schuller 48, a laborer, Franzisca 46, Veronica 15,Catherine 9, and Ludwig nine months, and Franz 18.
Next family are Johann and Rosalie Schuller, both 53, with Marie 20, Johann 18, Theest 16. Theresa Schuller, age 22, applied for a marriage license - never returnedi - to Thomas Macek in Buffalo COunty July2, 1887.
Mary Schuller, age 23, daughter of John Schuller, married Charles Kaeubler 27 in Buffalo County July 9, 1878.
Mrs. Mary Kaubler, age 30, married Thomas Blaschko, 43, in Buffalo County Nov 23, 1884.

(Johann was in Buffalo County, Nebraska in 1880, but probably never got to Colorado.)

In 1880 Buffalo County, Nebraska, Andrew Schuller is 54, Francisca 50, Frank 24, Veronica 20, Kate 17, and Louis 7.

In 1885 Buffalo County, Nebraska, Andreas Schuller is 59, Frances 58. They have daughter Franey 24, son Lenedwig 12, son Frank 29 and his wife Tekli 18, all born in Bohemia.

Andreas and Frank each claimed a quarter in 34, 8N 49W in 1891. Veronica claimed on in section 29 in 1893.

Andreas Schuller 1826-1899 is buried in Saint Joseph cemetry, Buffalo County # 44250028.

In 1900 Buffalo County, Louis Schuller is 27, and his mother Francis January 1827 is living with her.
Louis's sister Veronica Schneider born Dec 1856 in Bohemia is married to Carl Schneider Otboer 1857 Bohemia. They have mary F. March 1898 and Esther V. April 1900, both born in Colorado.

In 1910 Buffalo County Louis is 37, widowed, with daughter Anna 7. His mother Fancis 82 is still with them.


In 1920 Buffalo County, Louis is 47, Mary 32, Anna G. 17, Fancis J.8, Mary T. 6, Agnes A. 5, Louis J.3 and Edward M. 1.

Louis is buried in Salina, Kansas "Louis Schuller was born August 18, 1872, in Schamers, Austria. He died October 23, 1963, at St. John's Hospital, Salina, Kansas.
Mr. Schuller came to the United States when he was a year old with his parents who homesteaded in Colorado. He farmed in Nebraska until 1921 when he moved to Kansas. He had lived in Salina since 1929.
He was a retired farmer and insurance salesman, a member of the Knights of Columbus, and the Nocturnal Adoration Society of Sacred Heart Cathedral.
His wife, Mary, died in 1936. He had lived in Salina with his daughter, Mrs. Agnes Hughes, and with his son, L. J. Schuller. Other survivors included two sons, the Rev. Frederick B. Schuller and E. M. Schuller; three daughters, Sister M. Viatora. Sister M. Macrina, and Mary Schuller; and 11 grandchildren. "

There was a marriage record of Carl Schneider 39, and Veronita Schuller 36, marrying March 1, 1892, performed at La Junta Coorado. The names and ages match, but La Junta was 200 miles away.
On the same page as her mother in 1910 Buffalo County, Carl and Veronica Schnieder, married 13 years, have marie 10, Ester 10, and Frank 8.

In 1920 Buffalo County, Carl 62 and Veronica 60 have Marie F. 21 Esther V. 19, and Frank J. 18. Francisca- her mother is with them, 92, widowed, immigrating in 1874.

In 1930 Buffalo County, Veronica and Carl are living with Frank, 28. Marie, 32 still single is with them.

Veronica Schneider 1859-1935 # 44249460 is buried in Saint Joseph, with Carl 1857-1949 # 44249417.

Carl is widowed in 1940 Buffalo County, and Marie 42 and Frank 38 are still with him.

Marie F. Schneider 1898-1949 is in Saint Joseph # 44249378.
Frank T. Schneider 1901-1958 is buried in Saint Joseph # 44249274.

George F. Habe 1894-1969 and Esther V. Habe 1900-1990 # 35829310 are bureid in Ravenna, , Buffalo County.
CHRAMOSTA, Catherine, 93, of Ravenna died Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, at Seneca Sunrise in Ravenna Services: Thursday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Ravenna Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna Born March 21, 1922, on a farm north of Ravenna Parents: George and Esther (Schneider) Habe Grew up on a farm in Sherman County and graduated from Ravenna High School Married: to Joseph Chramosta on Aug. 19, 1959, in Ravenna After marriage, lived in Ravenna; moved to Seneca Sunrise Assisted Living in Ravenna in March 2001 Activities: member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and DCCW; enjoyed flowers and sewing Survivors include her sister-in-law, Barb Habe of Ravenna; and nieces and nephews Was preceded in death by her husband, Joe; and brothers, Henry Habe and George Habe Kearney Hub, 14 October, 2015


Frank A. Schuller, age 28, son of Andrew F. Schuller and Francisca Kiska, married Tekla Musil, 16, daughter of Vaclar Musil and Marie Polinka, January 31, 1884 - License was issued but no return.

In 1900 Buffalo County, Frank A. born Sept 1855 in Bohemia, with Thiekla Sept 1866 Bohemia, have Frank Oct 1886 Colorado, William F. Jan 1889 Colorado, wtih Katherine 6 Mary 4, Andrew 2,a nd JohnC. seven moths born in Nebaka.

In 1910 Buffalo County Frank is 54, Thekla 42, William F. 20, Katie E. 16, Mary 14, Andew 12, John 10, Joseph 8, adn Anton 6.

In 1920 Buffalo County F.A. is 64, Tekla 52, John C. 20, Joe J. 17, adn Anton J. 15. Their niece Bessie Sullian 6 and nephew Arthur Sullivan 4 at with them. So is ther son Andrew C. 22.
Frank A. Schuller 1855-1929 is buried in Saint Joseph cemetery # 44250292.
Tekla is widowed in 1930 Buffalo County, living with Anton 25 and Hilda M. 22.
She's with them in 1940, too, with their three kids.
Tekla 1864-1942 is buried in Saint Joseph # 44250341.

In 1900 Buffalo County, Nebraska, Frances J. Schuller born March 1856, with Christina Nov 1852, and Marthia Feb 1881, all three born in Bohemia, have Frank August 1892 Nebraska.

In 1910 Buffalo County, Franz J. 54 and Christina 58 have only Frank J. 18. Frances said he immigrated in 1882, Christina in 1887.
Frances and Christina are alone in 1920 and 1930 Buffalo County.
Christena 1852-1943 and Franz J. Schuller 1854-1935 # 44250415 are also buried in Buffalo County.

Frank is divorced in 1920 Sterling, 27, a car inspector, living in a rooming house.
He's back in Buffalo County in 1930, 37, with Kathryn E. 36, Albert 17, Emma 15, and a roomer.

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