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Name: John N Bartholome
Sex: M
Birth: 20 DEC 1876 in Wabasha county, Minnesota
Note: d.c. says 22 December 1876
Death: 1 NOV 1957 in Wabasha, Wabasha county, Minnesota
Note: certid# 1957-MN-018804
Burial: 5 NOV 1957 Bellechester, Goodhue county, Minnesota, St. Mary's Catholic cemetery
Note: Section C
Occupation: Catholic Priest

Wabasha county birth records, book A, page 122, line 23
John N. Bartholome was born 20 December 1876, male, white, to Nicols and Catherine born born in Germany. Nicols was a farmer. The birth was registered 5 January 1877.

John N. Bartholome is found in the 1880 Minnesota census, Wabasha county, Chester township. He is age 3 and born in Minnesota, both parents in Luxembourg.
John Barthelome is found in the 1900 Minnesota census, Ramsey county, St. Paul, St. Paul Seminary. He was born December 1876 and was age 23. He was born in Minnesota, both parents in Germany. He was at school.
John N. Bartholome is found in the 1910 Minnesota census, Murray county, Bondin township, Fulda. He is age 33, a priest in a Catholic church. He was born in Minnesota, both parents in Germany. He lives with his housekeeper, Lucy M. Gonnering, age 28 and born in Wisconsin, both parents in Germany.

From the Wabasha County Herald, Thursday, 4 July 1918, page 8, column 2,
Mazeppa News
Reverend J.N. Bartholome of Fulda, arrived her Saturday to visit relatives.

John Bartholome is found in the 1920 Minnesota census, Wabasha county, Wabasha. He is age 43 and born in Minnesota, both parents in Luxembourg. He is a priest. He has a housekeeper, Lucy Goversaine age 37 and born in Wisconsin as was her mother, her father was born in Luxembourg.
John N. Bartholome is found in the 1930 Minnesota census, Wabasha county, Wabasha. He rents his home for $30 a month and has a radio. He was born in Minnesota, both parents in Luxembourg. He is a Catholic priest. Lucy Gonnorssing (sp) is still his housekeeper, age 47 and born in Wisconsin as was her mother, her father was born in Luxembourg.

From the Sheboygan Press, 16 April 1940
Funeral Services For Mrs. Miller To Be Wednesday
Port Washington - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Miller, 80, pioneer and lifetime resident of Ozaukee county, will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic church, Lake Church, the Reverend Raynor Huasmann conducting the last rites, assisted by the Reverend John Bartholome of Wabasha, Minnesota, cousin of the deceased and the Reverend Peter Hildebrand of this city. Interment will be made in the new St. Mary's cemetery, Port Washington.
Mrs. Miller, nee Beach, was born at Grafton in 1854. For a number of years she lived in this city, the town of Port Washington and for the last 28 years at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Weyker, Belgium. In 1874 she was married here to Mr. Miller who preceded her in death 40 years ago.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Nic (Annie) Weyker of Belgium, Mrs. Nic (Agnes) Thomas of Saukville and Mrs. J.P. (Leona) Weyker of Belgium; one son, Mike Miller, of Milwaukee; one brother, John Beach, of Lombard, Illinois. She is also survived by 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Seven children preceded her in death, five of them in infancy.
For years she was a member of the Christian Mother's society of this city.
Mrs. Miller died of the infirmities of old age at 6 a.m. Sunday at her home in Belgium. She had been confined to her bed only a few days.

He was ordained 24 May 1902 by the Right Reverend Monsignor V.F. He was a domestic prelate on 14 August 1944. He was the pastor of St. Felix Church, Wabasha, Minnesota from 1919 to 1956.

Miss Mary Biever passed away Sunday Afternoon at 1:30 o'clock June 22nd (1941) after a lingering illness. She had been ill about a year, and death occurred at St. Elizabeth's hospital where she was being cared for.

Miss Biever was born at Pepin Hill on October 18,1967, and was about 74 years of age at the time of her death. Her childhood days were spent on the farm on Pepin Hill. In the year 1910 she moved to Wabasha were she went to work as a cook for William Raferty, who at that time operated the Merchants Hotel. Later she was employed at the Hotel Lyon in Lake City. After 25 years as a cook she retired from active work and came home to stay with her mother at Wabasha. She never married. Her father died in 1903 and her mother in 1937. A sister, Annie, died in 1907 and her brother John, and also her brother Nick, both passed away in 1937. She is survived by one brother William, living on the home farm.

Funeral service was held at St. Felix church at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, June 24th. Rev. John Bartholome, a cousin of the deceased, officiated at the requiem high mass.

The casket bearers were: Frank C. Roemer, Henry Schuth, Frank Wallerich, Henry T. Roemer, Henry Foppe and Charles E,. Roemer

Interment was in St. Felix Cemetery.

Those from out of the city who attended the services were: Rev. Peter Bartholome, Rochester; Dr. Frank Frisch, Wilmar; Peter Frisch, St. James; Margaret Frisch, Minneapolis; Will Trinin and son, Morris; Mr. Mandery, Minneapolis; Mrs. Kathryn Hunicke, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hart, Mazeppa; Mr and Mrs. John Zoen, Buelah and Lawrence, Mrs. Henry Straus, Mrs. Nick Straus, Mr and Mrs Dominic Bartholome and Leonard Bartholome, Mrs. Kathryn Bartholome, and Mrs. Krick, all of Rochester.
Death certificate #18804, State of Minnesota
Reverend John N. Bartholome died at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Wabasha on 1 November 1957 of uremia related to arterioschlerotic heart disease and coronary schlerosis. He was male, white, single, a Catholic priest born in Minnesota. He was age 80 and born 22 December 1876 to Nick Bartholome and Catherine Jacobs. Informant was N. F. Bartholome of Wabasha. He was buried at St. Mary's cemetery in Bellechester on 5 November 1957.

From the Wabasha County Herald, Thursday, 7 November 1957, page 1
Wabasha Pays Tribute to "Father John" St. Felix Parish Priest for 38 Years
(has picture)
Wabasha's beloved "Father John", the Right Reverend Monsignor John N. Bartholome, died at St. Elizabeth's hospital Friday night afternoon. Death came after six months of recurring illness and he had been hospitalized for the past two weeks.
During his 55 years in the priesthood, 38 of which were spent here at Wabasha, Father John has probably had amore profound influence on the community than any other man in the history of the town. The community paid homage to him on two occasions in recent years, on the observance of his golden jubilee in the priesthood in May of 1952 and again on his retirement on August 16th of last year.
He lived to realize his fondest ambition, the building of a new high school and auditorium, which was completed two years ago at a cost of over $400,000. But his monument is not in the buildings dedicated to his memory but in the hearts of many thousands of parishioners with whom he came in closest contact over the years of his ministry. He loved his school children and received a full measure of devotion in turn from those he guided through life.
Born at Bellechester, 22 December 1876, Monsignor Bartholome attended school at Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin and was graduated from St. Paul Seminary in St. Paul and was ordained to the priesthood on 24 May 1902. He served his first parish at Worthington where he ministered to St. Mary's and also to a mission at Brewster.
In 1906 he was assigned to St. Gabriel's Church at Fulda and after that church burned, he directed the building of a new church and school there. He came to Wabasha in 1919, where he served St. Felix until his retirement last year. He purchased a home adjacent to the church but ill health cut short his time of leisure.
He received the recognition of the church in August 1944, when Pope Pius XII made him a domestic prelate with the title of Right Reverend Monsignor.
Monsignor Bartholome took great pride in his family and was devoted to his mother who was selected the nation's first "Catholic Mother of the Year" in 1942. She lived an active life until she reached the age of 103 when she died last year at the home of her son, Bishop Peter Bartholome at St. Cloud. Three other brothers, Dominic at Bellechester and George at Regent, North Dakota and N.F. Bartholome at Crookston, also survive, as well as three sisters, Mrs. M.J. Hart of Mazeppa, Mrs. Frank Lipperty, McVille, North Dakota and Mrs. George Dobner of Faribault. Nieces, nephews and cousins in this area also survive.
Bishop Peter Bartholome was celebrant at a pontifical Mass of Requiem at St. Felix Church on Tuesday morning. The Most Reverend Edward A. Fitzgerald preached the sermon and the third bishop in the sanctuary was the Most Reverend William Mulloy of Covington, Kentucky.
The assistant priest was the Right Reverend B.A. Kramer, V.G., Kellogg. Deacons of honor were the Right Reverend Monsignors Louis D. O'Day, St. John's Church, Rochester and John A. MIch, pastor of St. Felix Church. The Right Reverend Monsignor Max Satory, Blue Earth, was deacon and the Very Reverend Monsignor J. Richard Feiten, director of Catholic Charities, was sub-deacon. Masters of ceremony were the Very Reverend Monsignors Frank W. Klein, chancellor and Harold J. Dittman, superintendent of schools.
Chaplains were the Right Reverend Monsignors Gregorie of the Winona Seminary and English of Janesville.
Minor officers were former assistant pastors at St. Felix, Urban Bucheit of St. James, Leonard Clausen of St. Kilian, Edward Klien of Jasper and Leo Neudecker of Conception. Father William Anderson was among the priests of the diocese who made up the choir under the direction of Father McGinnis of Winona.
There were 90 priests in attendence at the service and 60 members of the Knights of Columbus and St. Joseph's Society represented the parish. Ladies of the Altar Society served a noon luncheon at the school for the visiting clergy and relatives of the family.
Burial took place in the family lot at St. Mary's cemetery at Bellechester.
Change Date: 14 MAY 2005

Father: Nicholas Bartholome b: 27 MAR 1832 in Kolbach, Luxembourg
Mother: Catherine "Kate" Jacobs b: 4 MAY 1853 in Beaufort, Luxembourg
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