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  1. Alfred Sabers: Birth: 16 NOV 1904 in South Dakota. Death: 12 JUL 1912 in Salem, South Dakota

  2. Leona Sabers: Birth: 12 DEC 1906 in South Dakota. Death: 23 DEC 1923

  3. Elmer Sabers: Birth: 16 OCT 1908 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 18 MAY 1998 in Golden State Manor Convalescent Hospital, Bakersfield, California

  4. Edgar Sabers: Birth: 22 AUG 1910 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 14 FEB 1995 in Salem, South Dakota

  5. Esther Sabers: Birth: 27 JAN 1913. Death: BET. 1995 - 1996

  6. Melvin A. Sabers: Birth: 3 JAN 1915 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 19 JUN 2000 in Salem, South Dakota

  7. Gilbert Sabers: Birth: 5 FEB 1917 in South Dakota. Death: 17 OCT 1978 in Kern County, California

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  9. Muriel Sabers: Birth: 5 MAY 1921 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 11 SEP 1977 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

  10. Elviria Irene Sabers: Birth: 23 FEB 1924 in South Dakota. Death: 23 NOV 1997 in Concord, California

  11. Gerald C. Sabers: Birth: 15 JAN 1926 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 5 JAN 1981 in Landstuhl, Germany

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Notes
a. Note:   THE 1910 CENSUS SHOWS WILLIAM AND ANNA SABERS FARMING IN SALEM TOWNSHIP, MC COOK COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA WITH THREE CHILDREN. THEY INDICATE THAT THEY HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR 6 YEARS, AND HAVE HAD THREE CHILDREN, ALL OF WHOM ARE LIVING. 1910 Census -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date Of Census: 5 MAY 1910 Location: SALEM TOWNSHIP, MC COOK COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA Occupation of head of household: FARMER Location of census data: T624#1484, ED 293, PAGE 15A, LINE 5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Relation Years Children Name: To Head Age..Married Total...Living -------------------------------------------------------------------------- SABERS, WILLIAM HEAD 28 MARRIED 6 SABERS, ANNA WIFE 24 MARRIED 6 3 3 SABERS, ALFRED SON 5 SINGLE SABERS, LEONA DAUGHTER 3 SINGLE SABERS, ELMER SON 1.5 SINGLE -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Place Father Mother Year Name: Of Birth P.O.B. P.O.B. To US -------------------------------------------------------------------------- SABERS, WILLIAM IOWA IOWA IOWA SABERS, ANNA IOWA GERMANY IOWA SABERS, ALFRED SOUTH DAKOTA IOWA IOWA SABERS, LEONA SOUTH DAKOTA IOWA IOWA SABERS, ELMER SOUTH DAKOTA IOWA IOWA -------------------------------------------------------------------------- William and Anne Sabers farmed in the area of Salem, SD until they retired and moved into the town of Salem in 1944. Salem Special, Salem, SD Sept 5, 1957 ** A Solemn Requiem High Mass was read this Thursday morning in St. Mary's church for the funeral of William Sabers, who died Sept 2, 1957 at a Mitchell hospital. Rev U.J. Rodenbur, of Parkston, was the celebrant, Rev P.C. Conway was Deacon and Rev. R.L. Grabowski, Sub-deacon. Pallbearers were Clarence Tuschen, Ralph Sabers, Clarence Puetz, Alen Ketelsleger, Marion Forster and Albert Hipschman. Interment was in St. Mary's Cemetery. The Kinzley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. William Sabers was born November 29, 1881 at New Vienna, Iowa. This was his home until his marriage to Miss Anna Osterhaus at New Vienna, on January 19, 1904. The couple moved to a farm near Salem, and have lived in this vicinity ever since their marriage. In 1944 they retired from farming and moved to town. They observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1954. Mr. Sabers was a member of St. Mary's Parish. He had been in poor health for the past year. At the time of his death his age was 75 years, nine months and three days. He is survived by his widow; four daughters; Esther, Mrs. Al Mentele, and Marcella, Mrs. Carl Keopke, of Spencer; Muriel, Mrs. Herman Gstohl of Salem; and Elvira, Mrs. Lowell Herting of Concord, California; six sons, Elmer and Gilbert of Bellflower, California; Edgar and Melvin of Salem, SD; Gerald, with the Army in Germany, and Willard of Tacoma, Washington; four brothers, John and Andy Sabers of Salem, SD; Anton Sabers of Dubuque, Iowa; and Art Sabers of New Vienna, Iowa; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Von Lehmden of New Vienna, Iowa; Mrs. Elizabeth Puetz and Mrs. Louis Ketelsleger of Salem; 35 grandchildren and one great grandchild. A son, Alfred, and a daughter, Leona, preceded their father in death. Article taken from "100 Years of Faith 1885-1985" published by St. Mary's Catholic Church, Salem, South Dakota in 1985. William Sabers took Anna Osterhaus as his bride in 1904 at New Vienna, Iowa. They moved to Salem, SD a month later to a farm four miles west and one and half north of Salem. In 1910 they moved just three miles west. They farmed there until 1944 when they retired and moved into Salem, just across the street from St. Mary's church. Anna Sabers was always ready to clean the muddy footprints left in church. One could see her going or coming from the church many times. They belonged to this parish all their married life and celebrated their golden wedding in 1954. They were parents of twelve children. Two died very early in life and the remaining were: Elmer, Edgar, Esther (Mentele), Melvin, Gilbert, Marcella (Koepke), Muriel (Gstohl), Elvira (Herting), Gerald, and Willard. William died in 1957 and Anna in 1970. Edgar Sabers married Tillie Bartscher. They and all of their children were baptized and educated in St. Mary's school. Tillie graduated with the first class graduating from St. Mary's High School. All the children were married in St. Mary's. Edgar and Tillie's children: Lyle, Sally (Jorgenson), Judy (Eichacker), Jane (Weber), Kenneth, Jack, Terry, and Dan. Many of their family are still in our parish. Melvin and his wife Ida (Duxbury) belong to St. Mary's also.


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