Logan County Colorado Pioneers

James M. Pateidl, Joseph P. Pateidl, 9 North 50 West

In 1885 Dodge County, Nebraska, James Pateidl is a laborer, 25, Mary 24, and James Jr. 1. James and Mary wee born in Germany.

In 1900 Dodge County, Nebraska, James Pateidl is a railroad laborer, born Sept 1860 in Bohemia, married 18 years to Mary Sept 1860 Wisconsin. James Oct 1883, Willis Nov 1885, Mary Setp 1888, Jor June 1891, Anna Sept 1893, adn Gertie January 1898 were all born in Nebraska. James and Willi are farm laborers.
"Mr. James Pateidl, Sr., was born in Czechoslovakia in 1858, moved to Nebraska as a lad and settled in Scribner, NE. Miss Mary Skala was born in Minatowah, WI in 1858, moving to West Point, NE in 1873. On Oct. 3, 1878, they were married in Scribner and in 1893 they moved to Snyder where James worked as a section hand for the Chicago-North Western R. R. He spent much of his time working as a butcher. A trade that he later taught his sons.

To this couple, three sons and three daughters were born. James Pateidl, JR. (10-7-1884) married on Feb. 10, 1925 to Pearl Mead. Jim was the founder of the bakery and was later purchased by Fred Ebel family. William John (11-20- 1886) married on July 20, 1910 to Anna Bolte. Bill was butcher and meat cutter by trade and spent many years commuting between Omaha and his home in Snyder. Mary Josephine (9-24-1888) married on Jun 30, 1908 to William E. Barz. He worked in the Snyder brick yard. Later they moved to Fremont, NE where Bill was the Dodge county clerk for many years. Joseph Pateidl, (6-18-1891) married on Mar. 2, 1920 to Henrietta Seidel. Joe worked as an automobile mechanic and later owned and operated a butcher shop. Hattie was Snyder's post mistress for many years. Anna Pateidl (9-23-1894) married on May 15, 19-- to Luke Barlow. Luke at that time was the depot agent for the railroad. later, the family lived in many different towns in Nebraska and SD. Gertrude Caroline (1-18-1898)married Hilbert Schoeneck. "

In 1910 Dodge County, Joe Pateidl is 18, a farm hand for Leo Weiman - he's listed twice in this census.

James is a laborer in Dodge County in 1910, with Mary both 51, James Jr. 25, William 23, Joseph 18, Anna 16, and Gertrude 12.
James claimed a quarter in 8, 9N 50W in 1913.

James Milse Pateidl registered for WWI with a Snyder address, born Octobe 5, 1884, manager of a confectionery and bakery in Snyder. Mrs. Mary Pateidl was his reference.

James, son of James Pateidl and Mary J. Skla, married Pearl Mead in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Febrauary 10, 1925. He was a resident of Snyder, Nebraska. She was the daughter of Frank Mead and Ella Melle.

James M. Pateidl 1882-1925 is buried in Dodge County, # 100610950, with Pearl M. (Mead) McGimpsey 1899-1979 # 146859116 buried in Omaha with her second husband Edward McGimpsey.

Joseph claimed two quarters in sections 8, 17, and 18, 9N 50 W in 1919.

In 1930 Dodge County, Joe is a mechanic, 37, married to hattie 30.

Joe has no occupation in 1940 Dodge COunty, 47, with Hattie 40.
They're on the same page as William Pateidl 55, who has a butcher shop. Anna is 55, and he has four grown kids and a father-in-law John Bolte 81.

Joe 1891-1968 is buried in Dodge County, with no spouse on the FindaGrave listin. # 102788704. But Hattie has a stone 1899-1978 # 166805897.


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