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  1. Harriet Mae Kaisersatt: Birth: 31 OCT 1906 in Veseli, Rice Co., Minnesota. Death: 13 NOV 1998 in Faribault, Rice Co., Minnesota


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1. Title:   Steven Harn Redman
Source:   SGM
2. Title:   SOURCE: Katherine Rasmussen, Interviewer: Steven Harn Redman, InformantAddress: Faribault, Minnesota
Author:   Katherine Rose (Sklenar) Rasmussen
3. Title:   SOURCE: Death Record, Rice Co , MN, Book 2, pg 455, line 1, Record Type:death, Name Of Person: Frank Michael Kaisersatt
4. Title:   OBITUARY: Faribault Daily News, 27Jun1960 Monday, pg 10 col 7, Location:Faribault, Minnesota, Page: 10
Publication:   27 Jun 1960
5. Title:   OBITUARY: Faribault Daily News, 22Jun1960 Wednesday, pg 10 col 8,Location: Faribault, Minnesota, Page: 10
Publication:   22 Jun 1960
6. Title:   History of Rice & Steele Counties, Vol II, 1910, pg 1342-1343
Author:   Curtiss-Wedge, Franklyn
Publication:   H.C. Cooper, Chicago, Illinois, 1910
7. Title:   Minnesota Official Marriage System, Url:http://www.mncounty.com/Modules/Certificates/Marriage/Default.aspx
Page:   Marriage Certificate F-440 (Redwood Co., MN)
8. Title:   Minnesota Official Marriage System, Url:http://www.mncounty.com/Modules/Certificates/Marriage/Default.aspx
Page:   Marriage Certificate MN-639 (Rice Co. MN)

Notes
a. Continued:   Following from The History of Rice and Steele Counties, Vol II, 1910,Chicago, page 1342-1343. Frank M. Kaisersatt, a native of Montgomery, Minn., was born January27, 1880. Here he passed his boyhood, and acquired much of hiseducation, completing this with a course in the Omaha CommercialCollege, of Omaha, Neb., in 1899. He then taught school in district No.18 in Le Sueur county, for three years, during which time he alsoattended the Sherman high school at Montgomery, graduating from thatinstitution with the class of 1904. In the year 1902 he accepted aposition in a Rice county district, and was principal of the WillowGrove school in Wheatland township for two years. Acquitting himselfwith much credit, he was then offered the principalship of the Veselischool, which he filled with marked success for five years, and untilhis appointment as deputy county auditor, January, 1909, which positionhe now holds. In politics he is a follower of the Republican party andhis influence in public affairs has always been for the good; especiallyin educational lines has he been very active. Mr. Kaisersatt has servedas town clerk of the town of Wheatland, and as justice of the peace ofthe village of Veseli. He is a prominent in fraternal organizations,being a member of the Modern Brotherhood of America, the C.S.D.P.J.(Bohemian Workmen), the Z.C.K.J. (Bohemian Catholic Union). He was married, July 6, 1905, at St. Paul, to Anna E. Nestaval,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nestaval, of Montgomery. They have onechild, Harriet Mae Kaisersatt, born October 31, 1906. The familyresidence is on Second street, West. They are members of the RomanCatholic Church. Thomas J. and Catherine (Havel) Kaisersatt, parents ofour subject, were natives of Bohemia, emigrating to America in 1865, andsettling near Montgomery, Minn., where they engaged in generaldiversified farming till the father's death, July 6, 1901. The motherpassed away in 1884.
  Following from The Faribault Daily News 24 Dec 1913, Wednesday, page 1,column 5. Frank M. Kaisersatt, who has been deputy county auditor for the lastfour years, was appointed auditor last week by the board of countycommissioners, immediately after they accepted the resignation of JamesW. Trenda. Mr. Kaisersatt has born the burden of a great part of thework of the office for some time and his work earned him the unanimousvote of the commissioners. Mr. Kaisersatt was born in Montgomery,LeSueur county, January 27, 1880. He was educated in the common schoolsof Montgomery, and is a graduate of the Montgomery high school and ofthe Commercial college of Omaha. After leaving school, Mr. Kaisersatttaught school four years in LeSueur county, and seven years in Ricecounty, the last five of which he was the principal of the schools inVeseli. In January, 1909, he was appointed deputy county auditor, whichposition he held until he was chosen to fill the vacancy left by theresignation of Mr. Trenda. His term will last about a year.
  Following from The Faribault Daily News 22Jun1960, Wednesday, page 10,column 8. Funeral services for Frank M. Kaisersatt, who passed away Tuesdaymorning, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from theLenmark Funeral Home with the Rev;. Joseph McKee officiating. Burialwill be at Maple Lawn Cemetery.
  Following from The Faribault Daily News 27Jun1960, Monday, page 10,column 7. Funeral services for Frank Michael Kaisersatt of Faribault were heldat the Lenmark Funeral Home at 2:30 June 23 with the Rev. Joseph McKeeofficiating. Internment took place at the Maple Lawn cemetery where amasonic service was held at the graveside. Pallbearers were: EldonPrinzing, Frank Thayer, Irven Larson, J.V. Williams, Edward Hunt andHerman Hassler. Frank Kaisersatt was born to Thomas and Katrina Havel Kaisersatt onJanuary 12, 1880 on the family farm near Montgomery. He attendedMontgomery High School and earned a teachers certificate in a school inOmaha, Neb. He lived and taught school in Veseli and District No. 18 ofMontgomery. In 1905 he married Anna Nestaval who died 10 years later in1915. In 1917 he married Elizabeth Nestaval in Minneapolis. He was appointed deputy County Auditor of Rice County about 1909 andmoved to Faribault where he has lived ever since. He has held theoffices of County Auditor, and Deputy Registrar of Motor Vehicles for 25years. Mrs. Kaisersatt worked with him in the office. Kaisersatt was amember of the Masons, the Odd Fellows Lodge, the Eagles and the WesternBohemian Fraternal Association. He is survived by one daughter, Harriet Mae Kaisersatt; one sister,Alvina (Mrs. Harry Rudder) of San Diego, Calif. And one brother, JakeKaisersatt of Montgomery. His wife and his parents preceded him indeath. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Montgomery,Northfield, St. Paul, and Minneapolis. Kaisersatt passed away suddenlyJune 21 at 10 o'clock at his home in Faribault at the age of 80 years.
b. Note:   E.D. 117, sheet 3.
c. Note:   and daughter Harriet.
Note:   listed as 50 years old, born in Minnesota, enumerated with wife Elizabeth


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