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Johann Casper Cassutt

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Johann Casper Cassutt
Born in Falera, Switzerlandmap
Husband of — married [date unknown] in St. Ann's Catholic Church, Ramona, SDmap
Died in Ramona, Lake, South Dakota, USAmap
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Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Name

Name: Johann Casper /Cassutt/[1]
Name: Johann Casper (John) /Cassutt/
Name: Johann Casper /Cassutt/[2]
Name: Johann Casper /Cassutt/[3]

Found multiple versions of NAME. Using Johann Casper /Cassutt/.

Birth

Birth:
Date: 01 DEC 1851
Place: Falera, Switzerland[4]
Birth: Fellers
Date: 01 DEC 1851
Place: Falera, Graubunden, Switzerland
Birth:
Date: 01 DEC 1851
Place: Falera, Switzerland[5]
Birth:
Date: 01 DEC 1851
Place: Falera, Switzerland[6]

Found multiple copies of BIRT DATE. Using 01 DEC 1851

Death

Death:
Date: 25 JAN 1937
Place: Ramona, Lake, South Dakota, USA[7]
Death:
Date: 25 JAN 1927
Place: Ramona,Lake Co.,SD
Death:
Date: 25 JAN 1937
Place: Ramona, Lake, South Dakota, USA[8]
Death:
Date: 25 JAN 1937
Place: Ramona, Lake, South Dakota, USA[9]

Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using 25 JAN 1937Array

Census

Census:
Date: 1880
Place: John C. CASSUTT Lake, DT 27 <1853> SWITZ Male Self
Census:
Date: 1880
Place: District 40, Lake, Dakota Territory
Census:
Date: 1880
Place: Lake CO, SD

Immigration

Immigration:
Date: 1860
Place: from Switzerland with father, Luzius Cassutt family
Immigration:
Date: 1859
Place: enter country at 9 yrs with family settled in Clayton Co, Iowa

Probate

Probate:
Place: Stockholder Farmers Elevator Company of Ramona

Property

Property:
Place: twenty head of cattle , good Percheron horses

Alias

Alias: John Cassutt

Occupation

Occupation: Blacksmith
Date: 1880
Occupation: Miner
Date: 1876
Place: blacksmith make tools for the silver miners in Nevada

Residence

Residence:
Date: 1870
Place: Boardman, Clayton, Iowa, United States[10][11]
Residence: Settled a Swiss
Date: 1880
Place: Irish catholic colony
Residence:
Place: Ramona, Lake Co, SD is located Northeast of Madison, SD

Ancestral File Number

Ancestral File Number: St Ann's Roman Catholic Church, 100 yrs 1884-1984 blessed by Pope John Paul, churched was closed 1965
Date: 1984

Event

Event:
Type: Contact
Place: C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\Cassutt files\Sioux Valley Genealogical Society.htm
Event: immigrated with Father
Type: Fact 6
Date: 1870
Place: brother Anton at Port of New Orleans, La
Event:
Type: Fact 2
Date: APR 1878
Place: settled in Lake County, Ramona, South Dakota
Event:
Type: Fact 1
Place: 3 -160 acres of land, homestead, wife Barbla had 3-160 acres for total of 960 acres
Event:
Type: Fact 3
Date: 1879
Place: formed a Swiss Colony around Badus Lake, Badus Co, SD
Event:
Type: Fact 7
Date: 1877
Place: Swiss Colony, St. Ann's Parish located temporally at Still water, MN, sent 10 men to file homestead claims around Lake Badus, SD, forming Badus, SD
Event:
Type: Fact 8
Date: 1878
Place: Joseph Burkler w family & 10 single men: Chris Fazendin, Anthony Tuor, Jacob Tuor, Joesph Muggli
Event: Joseph Muggli incorporated "Ligia Greischa", a secret society/ male choral group singing military music formed in Trun in 1424. Muggli organized community/raised money for school
Type: Fact 9
Date: 1878
Place: church
Event:
Type: Fact 10
Place: language spoken, Romasche (ancient pre-latin)
Event:
Type: Fact 11
Date: 1879
Place: 14 families: (Berther), Jose Burkler, Mrs Burkler, CaJacob, Cassutt, DeCurtins, Deragisch, Derungs, Chris Fazendin ,Giossi, Joseph Muggli, Rensch, Schnell, Anthony Tuor, Jacob Tuor,Wolf ( Janett, Jacomet)
Event:
Type: Fact 12
Date: 1860
Place: Sister, Christine, remembered New Orleans huge dikes to hold water back and the ship higher than the buildings in Arrival port- New Orleans, LA
Event: lived in sod houses until wood was shipped by wagon from Stillwater, MN, built 2story fame harmhouse w
Type: Fact 13
Date: 1880
Place: flower boxes at ea window
Event:
Type: Relationship
Date: 1880
Place: Moved to South Dakota, Spring 1880
Event:
Type: Status
Date: 1880
Place: single
Event:
Type: Number of Children (Facts
Place: 9 living childern
Event:
Type: Land tracts
Place: 160 acres in Badus, Lake Co, SD
Event:
Type: Land records
Place: Lake Co., SD fed land rec. 108 N 53 W 160 arces
Event:
Type: Fact 2 (2)
Place: blacksmith shop is now a burying ground at Lake Badus
Event:
Type: Fact 6 (2)
Place: held various township offices in Badus, Lake Co, SD
Event:
Type: Fact 4 (2)
Place: Ramona is named for Richard K Pearce's daughter
Event:
Type: Fact 11 (2)
Date: 23 JUL 1884
Place: Corporated Ramona Catholic Church of St. Ann of Badus, Dakota
Event:
Type: Fact 14
Date: 1958
Place: lake Co Historical Society & state Highway Commission erected historical marker on Highway 81
Event: Sod house, living with snakes in the roof in the summer, and rats
Type: Fact 15
Date: 1880
Place: mice in the walls in the winter
Event:
Type: Fact 17
Date: 1879
Place: Joesph Muggli, first postmaster, Theresa Schnell, 1st teacher, school burnt 1948
Event:
Type: Fact 18
Date: MAY 1881
Place: first couple to marry in St. Ann's Church ( Catholic mission church) Mons.Thomas Flynn (Irish), full time pastor July 23, 1884, first baptised Christina Burkler, first confirmed George A Cassutt
Event:
Type: Fact 19
Date: 1886
Place: Swiss Colony continued in Badus, Dakota named after laake in Switzerland
Event:
Type: Fact 20
Date: 1898
Place: St. William's Roman Catholic Church, Ramona, SD founded by 100 Swiss and Irish families
Event:
Type: Fact 21
Date: MAY 1880
Place: St Ann first mass by Father John Brogan from Souix Falls, SD, built by 10 settlers, Louis Cassut donated a bell
Event:
Type: Fact 23
Place: Lake Badus is named for swiss alps lake _ badus means lake
Event:
Type: Fact 24
Place: Badus was center of religion, community, social life, with schoolhouse south of church, lumber to buld came from Volga ,SD by railroad car, school burnt 1948
Event:
Type: Fact 25
Date: 1881
Place: 1st bapisted Christina Burkler, Mary Palli, Anna Giossi, Ann Schnell by Father Thomas Flynn
Event:
Type: Fact 26
Place: the Flynn Athelic Field in Madison, SD is named after Father Thomas Flynn
Event:
Type: Fact 27
Date: 1965
Place: St Ann (Catholic) Church, Badus, Madison, Lake Co, SD closed
Event: Romansh dialect local variety SursilvanToday 20,000 people speak this variety, total60 K in Switzerland only 40 K on the Romansh territory 5 varieties. Rhaetoromansh not blend of vulgar latin=evolution of vulgar latin in Grisons
Type: Language
Date: 2000
Place: Roman Province Raetia Prima
Event:
Type: Land owner
Date: 1882
Place: Obtained homestead, a tract of land, paying the usual government price and obtaining the title thereto in 1882. He has six
Event:
Type: Fact 1
Place: Texas and South Dakota
Event:
Type: Fact 12
Date: 1879
Place: travel route: New Orleans, barge up the Mississippi River to Railway at Luverne, MN; then overland by wagon to Badus, SD
Event:
Type: Fact 13
Place: St. Ann's erected in 1877 after the school that served as a church, first mass May 1880, named after Virgin Mary's mother
Event:
Type: Fact 11 (2)
Date: 1877
Place: Colony started in Stillwater, MN with 10 men homestead, built school that served as church
Event:
Type: Fact 20
Place: .196 The Ligia Greischa Colony : P. E. Tyrell 1974: Litteratura sur da Tujetsch
Event: La Ligia Grischa Play Inf R-S 207/99 Horber Werner Ignaz home 00:01: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.blasmusik.ch/shop/index.php3%3Faction%3DshowProd%26prodNr%3D5885&prev=
Type: Fact 20
Place: search%3Fq%3DLigia%2BGrischa%2Bswiss%26hl%3Den%26l
Event:
Type: Fact 25
Place: stockholder in the Farmers Elevator Company of Ramona
Event:
Type: Fact 27
Date: 1879
Place: youngest settler
Event:
Type: Language
Date: 2000
Place: http:www.liarumantscha.ch

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Marriage

Husband: Johann Casper Cassutt
Wife: Barbara Catherine Fazendin
Child: Louis (Louie) Casper Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Casper Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Thomas Casper (Tom) Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Christina Maria Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Cornelia (Cora) Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Johann Anton Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Mathias (Matt) Ernest Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: George Albert Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Veronica Cora (Frunica/Fornia) Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Anton Johann (John) Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: William Ignaz (Bill) Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Anthony Mathias Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: Dorothy Marie Cassutt
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Marriage: Ramona, Lake Co, SD
Date: BET 15 AND 24 MAY 1881
Place: St. Ann's Catholic Church, Ramona, SD
Marriage:
Date: 24 MAY 1881
Place: Ramona, Lake, South Dakota, USA[12]

Imported only 15 from Marriage Date and marked as uncertain. Could not interpret date in Marriage Date (BET 15 AND 24 MAY 1881).

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Cassutt-105 created through the import of spalmer1011fam_2011-10-27 Casper Christoffel Casut.ged on Mar 3, 2012 by E Palmer. See the Changes page for the details of edits by E and others.
  • Source: S5 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Public Member Trees Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006; Repository: #R1
  • Repository: R1 Name: www.ancestry.com Address: E-Mail Address: Phone Number:
  1. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Barbara Catherine Fazendin
  2. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  3. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  4. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Barbara Catherine Fazendin
  5. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  6. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  7. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Barbara Catherine Fazendin
  8. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  9. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  10. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for George Albert Cassutt
  11. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Barbara Catherine Fazendin
  12. Source: #S5 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Barbara Catherine Fazendin









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