Kerstetter, William 1
- Born: Apr 27, 1889, Juniata, Blair, Pennsylvania, USA
- Marriage: Williams, Anna Mae on May 12, 1917 in New Holstein, Calumet, Wisconsin, USA
- Died: After 1936
June 15, 1917: World War I Draft registration William Kerstetter born April 27, 1889, Juniata, Pennsylvania. Address Box 165 RR3, New Holstein, Wisconsin. Description: Short, stout, blue eyes and light brown hair. Next of kin wife.
Sheboygan Press April 21, 1928 William Kerstetter, who pleaded guilty in Justice Walter Meyers court Friday to the charge of having entered the granary of Emil Titel, in the town of Plymouth, on the night of February 20, and was then bound over to the present term of circuit court, was arraigned before Judge Michael Kirwan this morning, and after having listened to the complaint as read by District Attorney Herman Runge, admitted his guilt. Judge Kirwan imposed a sentence of six months at hard labor in the county jail, and the sheriff is instructed to find employment, collect his wages and, with the excepton of the money for his board at the county jail, to turn the money over to Miss Esther Nichols for the benefit of Kerstetters wife and three children until further orders of the court.
Sheboygan Press June 11, 1928 Have Exciting Chase to Nab Fugitive Here After an exciting chase during which one shot was fired by a county officer to halt the fugitive, William Kerstetter, who skipped away from the county jail on April 27th while serving a term of six months on the charge on non-support of his wife and family, was captured Sunday afternoon and now is brooding over his unhappy fate in a cell at the jail. Kerstetter had served about three weeks of his sentence during which period he was kept at work by Sheriff Paul Schmidt; and one day disppeared. At the same time a Ford car owned by Mr. McIntyre at Waldo disappeared. Later is was found that Kerstetter had stolen this car and had abandoned it at Random Lake where is was recovered and returned to its original owner. It transpired that after this episode Kerstetter went to Fond du Lac where he stole a Chevrolet, in which automobile he had been touring the country all the way to the state of Pennsylvania. Sunday the sheriffs office was notified that the man was visiting his wife at a farm home shere she is employed about one mile south of Plymouth. Undersheriff Theodore Dickrell and Deputy Lester Grube immediately drove to the place. When Kerstetter saw the officers driving into the yard, he made a dash out of the rear door of the house and sprinted across the field, vaulted the creek at the Brickbauer mill and hid in a clump of bushes on the other side of the stream While Kersteter was busy watching the deputy, Undersheriff Dickrell crept up from an opposite direction and came upon the fugitive before he was away of the presence of the officer.
January 1936: the court was looking for him and put a notice in the paper; plaintiff Anna Kerstetter and defendent William Kerstetter. note* it looks like he disappeared about this time.
1930 US Census: Wabeno, Forest Co., Wisconsin Edward Leider 28 married 23 born Wisconsin, father Germany, mother Wisconsin; laborer in lumber mill; Anna, wife 27, married 22 born Wisconsin; Children: Lester B 11, Walter J 7, Katheryn 4 1/12, William A 1 1/12 all born Wisconsin
After Anna Williams Kerstetter remarried her son Lester and Walter took the surname of Lider
Sheboygan Press: 1942 Mrs Anna Liders, 42, wife of Edwin Liders, former Plymouth resident, died Sunday at 10 a.m. at St Michaels hospital, Stevens Point, following a brief illness. Mrs. Liders was born December 13, 1899 at Kiel, the daughter of Gerhard and Mary Williams, and spent her girlhood at Kiel. On September 15, 1927 she was married to Edwin Liders, and the couple resided at Plymouth until two years ago when they moved to a farm near Waupaca. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Ballhorn Funeral Chapels, the Rev George McCreary, pastor of First United Lutheran church officiating and burial will be made in the Lutheran cemetery. Survivors are the husband; six children, Lester, Catherie, William, Ruth and Dorothy of Sheboygan and Walter of Waupaca county; two grandchildren, two brothers, John Williams of Elkhart Lake and Peter Williams of Plymouth, a sister, Mrs Isadore Ellenbecker of Sheboygan.
or Northumberland County
William married Anna Mae Williams, daughter of Gerhard John Williams and Mary Anna Gessert, on May 12, 1917 in New Holstein, Calumet, Wisconsin, USA. The marriage ended in divorced, divorced. (Anna Mae Williams was born on Dec 13, 1899 in Kiel, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA, died on Jul 19, 1942 in Stevens Point, Portage, Wisconsin, USA and was buried on Jul 21, 1942 in , , Wisconsin, USA.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Divorce: Divorce.
• Divorce: Divorce, Bef Sep 1927.