1860: Calumet, Fond Du Lac, WI 
1870: Harrison, Calumet, WI 
1880: Rantoul, Calumet, WI 
1900: Rantoul, Calumet, WI 
1905: Hilbert, Calumet, WI 
1910: Hilbert, Calumet, WI 
1930: Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan, WI 
Obituary of sister Mary Magdalena Arenz-Schneider (1930): "...Mrs. Clara Hass of Eau Claire, Mrs. Val. Heins of Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Elizabeth Marks of West Bend, Mrs. Henry Driessel of Kewaskum, two brothers, Peter Klassen of Sherwood and Peter Arenz of Oshkosh." 
Obituary of half-brother Peter Klassen (1931): "... Other survivors are three sisters Mrs. Henry Drissel, Kewaskum; Ms. Elizabeth Marx, West Bend; and Mrs. Val Helm, Elkhart Lake; and a brother Peter Arentz, Oshkosh"
Elkhart Lake – Mrs. Valentine Heim, 77, nee Anna Arenz, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Ebben on Thursday. She was born in Calumet County September 4, 1859, and was married to Valentine Heim in 1882 at St. John in Calumet county. The couple made their home in Hilbert until 1915 when they moved here where they have resided ever since.
Survivors are Mr. Heim and six children, Ray J. Heim of Channing, Mich., Joseph R. of Stratford, Wis., Cyrillus of Chicago, Sylvester at home, Mrs. William Noel and Mrs. Harry Ebben of this city; eleven grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Marx of Chicago, and Mrs. Dora Driesel of Kewaskum. Two children died in infancy.
Mrs. Heim was a member of the Christian Mothers' society of St. George's church. The body may be viewed at the Raeder Funeral Home from Saturday evening until the time of services Monday at 9 a. m. at St. George's Catholic church. The Rev. A. J. Reinl will officiate and burial will be made in the church cemetery. 
Saint George Cemetery, Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, USA 
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