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  4. Peter J. Weber: Birth: 9 NOV 1929 in Salem, SD. Death: 14 FEB 2003 in Sioux Falls, SD

  5. Phillip Bernard Weber: Birth: 2 NOV 1931 in Salem, South Dakota. Death: 18 NOV 1998 in Sully County, South Dakota

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1. Title:   South Dakota Online Birth Information for births over 100 years ago

a. Note:   Article taken from "100 Years of Faith 1885-1985" published by St. Mary�s Catholic Church, Salem, South Dakota in 1985. Stephen Weber, son of Peter and Mary (Jarding) Weber of Bridgewater, SD married Frances Marie Weber, daughter of Joe and Wilhelmina Weber of Salem on February 6, 1922 at St. Mary�s church in Salem by Fr. Bernard Weber, uncle of the bride. After five years of farming in Bridgewater, Steve and Frances moved to Salem. Their family comprised of 11 children. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frances Mary Weber was born May 28, 1902 at Salem, SD to Joseph and Wilhelmina (Feldhaus) Weber. She grew up and attended school in Salem. On February 6, 1922 she married Stephen R. Weber at St. Mary's Church in Salem. They farmed near Bridgewater, SD until moving to a farm near Salem in 1927. They fanned there until retiring and moving into Salem in 1962, Her husband died in 1966 and she continued to live in Salem, becoming a resident of Beverly Healthcare Center in 1998. Frances passed away on Wednesday, December 4, 2002, in Beverly Healthcare Center in Salem. She had reached the age of 100 years, 6 months and 6 days. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Salem, the National Catholic Society of Foresters, the Christian Mothers, and was a lifetime member of the. Salem American Legion Auxiliary. She loved to raise flowers in her garden, especially roses, and was a seamstress, making many of her children's clothes as they were growing up. She enjoyed baking and made her own bread until she was 95 years old. Survivors include her children Loretta (Mildon) Engesser of Blue Earth, MN; Leona (Dennis) Vogel of Montrose, SD; Bernette Westhoff of Salem, SD; Sr. Stephanie Weber of Yankton, SD; Pete (Betty) Weber of Salem; Sr., Rosemary Weber of Yankton; Theresa Weber of Scottsdale, AZ; Joyce (Duane) Kappenman of Montrose, SD; Steve (Connie) Weber of Salem; Phyllis Zwart of Colman; a daughter-in-law, Joanne Weber of Pierre, SD; 45 grandchildren; 86 great grand-children; 3 great great grand-children; 2 brothers, Ben (Sylvia) Weber and Herman (Lola) Weber all of Salem; and a sister-in-law, Anna Weber of Sioux Falls. Her parents, husband, one son Phil, one grandson, Steve Engesser, 2 sisters, Elsie Feterl and Sr. Bernette Weber, QSF, and one brother, Joe, preceded her in death. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.