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This represents a population growth rate of 0. As of [update] , there were people who were single and never married in the municipality. There were married individuals, 61 widows or widowers and 55 individuals who are divorced.
As of [update] , there were private households in the municipality, and an average of 2. Out of a total of households that answered this question, Of the rest of the households, there are married couples without children, married couples with children There were 18 single parents with a child or children. There were 4 households that were made up of unrelated people and 19 households that were made up of some sort of institution or another collective housing.
In [update] there were single family homes or There were 42 multi-family buildings Of the single family homes 12 were built before , while 21 were built between and The greatest number of single family homes 55 were built between and In [update] there were apartments in the municipality. The most common apartment size was 5 rooms of which there were There were 20 single room apartments and apartments with five or more rooms. Of these apartments, a total of apartments The historical population is given in the following chart:  .
The entire hill and surrounding area of St. Chrischona is designated as part of the Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites . In the federal election the most popular party was the LPS Party which received The next three most popular parties were the FDP In the federal election, a total of votes were cast, and the voter turnout was As of [update] , there were 10 people employed in the primary economic sector and about 2 businesses involved in this sector.
In [update] the total number of full-time equivalent jobs was The number of jobs in the primary sector was 5, all of which were in agriculture. The number of jobs in the secondary sector was 10 of which 1 was in manufacturing and 9 The number of jobs in the tertiary sector was In the tertiary sector; 13 or 4. In [update] , there were workers who commuted into the municipality and workers who commuted away. The municipality is a net exporter of workers, with about 1.
About From the census [update] , or Of the rest of the population, there were 3 members of an Orthodox church or about 0. There was 1 individual who was Jewish , and 3 or about 0. There was 1 person who was Buddhist. In Bettingen about or Of the who completed tertiary schooling, As of [update] , there were 30 students in Bettingen who came from another municipality, while residents attended schools outside the municipality.
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Lock in 2 years now! Win more grants. Make a bigger difference. Still others present in the sanctuary were Reverend Lorenz Conrad of Milwaukee, a pioneer priest of the parish, the only former priest still living - besides the present pastor - who had served St.
Joseph's in East Bristol in the 50 years, as well as A. Reininger of Roxbury, pastor of the church [at Roxbury]. In the afternoon, a pleasant folk festival was held in a grove about half a mile away. On the way, the school children marched, some uniformed, with outfits of the music band which consisted of members of one family in the parish as well as people under beautiful triumph arches, which looked most beautiful in front of the church and crowned with two large United States flags.
The whole street was lined with May trees, and the church and houses were decorated with the United States colors and adorned with countless flags. At the festival place, several pieces were performed and recited by school children.
Father Conrad explained about his work in East Bristol and advised the people to have firm faith and willing obedience of their present pastor Ig. Klein, and concluded his speech with a toast to the congregation and their pastor. In the evening he also received a musical toast, provided by the present priests. May Saint Joseph grant East Bristol another centennial. July 15, , page 4 to 5, Columbia Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Part 1 of a series of 3 articles. Series of 3 articles appeared in the "Columbia" issues dated July 15 page , July 22 page 3 and July 29 page Historische Skizze der St. Joseph's-Gemeinde zu East Bristol, Wisc. Am Sie kauften das Land theils von der Regierung, theils von Speculanten. Frunk, Jos. Orth und die Familie Holzmann.
Endes, Adam Hedrich, Kiefer. Bereits im November hatte sich der hochw. Das kleine armselige Holz-Kirchlein wurde zu Ehren des h. Von besuchte der hochw. Etschmann, Pfarrer der St. Raphael's-Kirche zu Madison, zeitweise die St. Joseph's-Gemeinde in New Franklin. Anfangs des Jahres kam jeden Monat Rev. Haider, der seinen Wohnsitz in Jefferson hatte. Im Jahre bis Juni folgte der hochw.
Erst einem hochw. Von Juni versah der hochw. Zu gleicher Zeit wurde ein neuer Brunnen gegraben. Im Nov. Translation to English: July 15, , page 4 to 5, Columbia. Historical Sketch of St. Joseph's parish of East Bristol, Wisc. On 29 Sept. They bought the land partly from the government, and partly from speculators. The whole neighborhood housed only a few Americans, the rest was woodland, part open prairie.
Already in April , the small colony saw growth, from the blue and white frontier posts [blue and white frontier posts refers to Bavarians whose flag in Germany was blue and white], namely the family of Schernecker, Michael Voelker, Peter and John Todd, Johann Anton Weber, Jos [Joseph] Frunk, Jos [Joseph] Orth and the Holzmann family.
Was also a very humble beginning, yet with hard work and perseverance from these German pioneers, the young settlement soon brought some bloom, whose reputation at the beginning of , still further reinforcements from Lower Franconia, namely the families of Georg Thein, Wermuth, Peter Gerig, Mich. Already in November , the Reverend Father Inama from the Norbertine Order in Roxbury took up residence, from where he visited the nearby Catholic families.
His extensive missionary visits led him to the middle of the year to New Franklin, to the respectable Bavarian settlers, where he celebrated Mass in a "log house" that still exists today. From miles away, the settlers, at that time still poor, came on foot to attend the worship services.
Only under the able leadership of the Reverend Maximilian Gaertner, a colleague of Father Inama, arose the first frame church in The wood for this was brought in under great inconvenience and financial difficulties on bumpy axle-carts from Beaver Dam. Yet the sense of sacrifice was not deterred, even by poor trails - mostly leading through swamp land - and a fear of unbridged rivers and streams. The meager little wooden church was dedicated in honor of St. From , St. Joseph's congregation was visited at times by Reverend F.
Raphael's Church at Madison. Also in this period, the transfer of 6 acres of land passed from Michael Schmitt to St. Joseph's parish in New Franklin. At the beginning of the year , Reverend Haider came every month; he had his residence in Jefferson.
Under his leadership, the whole parish was fenced for the first time, and a portion of the virgin soil was broken and worked. A well was dug and the water scooped by means of a chain. In the year to the following June of , Reverend Johann Hasselbauer, a Bavarian by birth, was the first resident priest of the parish.
A small bell, which is still preserved today as a relic from the early days, summoned the settlers for worship, astonished at such a "luxury. Only a highly worthy successor, Father Conrad, was privileged to acquire the bell permanently through a purchase for the church. In July , the "frame" church grew after a 23 x 26 addition. Some members of the parish provided tree trunks, others windows, others contributed their best efforts despite the poor conditions.
But where it lacked the nerve of money, the powerful right had to provide the contribution of several days of work. At this time, the sanctuary of the "frame" church was somewhat enlarged. The frequent transfer of priests, as well as the hostility of individual, influential families, who followed a priest not sent by the bishop of the diocese, splintered the forces of the still youthful parish.
In this storm and stress period, which some parishes at this time had to contend with, the Most Reverend Bishop Henni sent on October 1, , in the prime of his life, Reverend Lorenz Conrad, the current pastor of Trinity Church in Milwaukee. Through patience and perseverance, the better element gradually returned to the true flock. At the same time a new well was dug.
In November , on the occasion of Confirmation, the congregation and the pastor did their utmost to prepare for the Reverend Bishop Henni the most honorable reception possible, because, at an earlier visit of the Most Reverend Bishop, the radical members of the congregation had "immortalized" themselves in a sorry manner. To be continued. July 22, , page 3, Columbia Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Part 2 of a series of 3 articles. Joseph's-Gemeinde, dessen Name heute noch, wie der seines hochw.
Das damalige Kirchencomite, die HH. Im Jahre , anfangs Januar, kam Rev. In der Jahres-Versammlung beschlossen deshalb die Mitglieder von St. Zu diesem Zwecke wurde jeden Herbst eine Hauscollekte abgehalten. Das Bau-Comite bestand aus den H. Herr, Jos. Schmitt, Val.
Conrad, Jos. Blos kurze Zeit versah der hochw. Bernard die St. Juni bis 6. Juli Unter dem pastorate von Rev. Fabian Bermadinger, den der kernige Volksmund kurzweg "Pater Fabian" titulirte, wurde der neue Kirchenbau begonnen. Das Bauholz wurde 30 Meilen weit herbeigeschleppt. November wurde die Steinkirche vom hochw'sten Hrn. Denn bereits ein Jahr nachher standen die Gemeindefinanzen in bestem Zustande und die Zahl der schlechten Zahler hatte sich bedeutend vermindert.
Translation to English: July 22, , page 3, Columbia. In May , Reverend F. Joseph's congregation, whose name is still today, as that of his venerable predecessor, revered by the people. The rectory was indeed built, but the interior decorating still left much to be desired.
Sales Commenzind] came to East Bristol, but in August of the same year, he resigned his position because of illness. His successor, Father Storr, from Wuertemberg, remained to the end of December, when Father Commenzind came back to the congregation and took over again. With continuing immigration of young families, the parish grew stronger, so that the church, despite repeated enlargement, soon became too small. At the annual meeting, it was therefore decided that members of St.
Joseph would build within 5 years, a new, larger, and more solid stone church. For this purpose, a house collection was held each fall. The building committee consisted of the men Jos. At the departure of father Commenzind in October , the parish, as was decided at a specially held meeting, gave him a gift of fifty dollars. As the old frame church was very dilapidated, Reverend Michael Obermueller, who was priest of the parish from November to May 22, , supported [i.
At the same time, a better fence was built in the cemetery. For only a short time, Reverend W. Bernard oversaw St. Joseph's parish, namely, from June 12 to July 6, Under the pastorate of Reverend Fabian Bermadinger, who was popularly addressed as simply "Father Fabian," the new church building was begun.
In the spring of , the corner stone was laid, on which occasion Father DeBecke gave an excellent homily. There was not much agriculture machinery in use then, as now; the settlers cultivated the soil with hand tools, which meant "Get out of bed! To work their land timely, and to be able to obtain the necessary building materials, such as sand and stones, from midnight to 5 clock in the morning, the sand and stones were transported over the bumpy roads on ox carts: the rest of the day was devoted to the cultivation of the fields.
The lumber was hauled from 30 miles away. Reverend DeBecke by his full name he was called Maximilian Becke de Szabad Szeutlhiroz took over the parish in late autumn the end of October in Under his careful management, the church building was completed. Not until four years later, on November 24, , was the stone church ceremoniously dedicated by the Most Reverend Archbishop [John Martin] Henni. The annals of the church of January 5, , provide us an amusing parish resolution.
Everyone should pay his pew rent quarterly; but those who cannot immediately shell out the rent because of poverty, should receive a grace period of 3 months. Even if the thermometer of their cash-box and their good will was at the freezing point [ie. The story is silent about how many such bills wound up in the hands of the financial manager.
Such a "poor devil" who "from an offended sense of honor [self-respect] or ill will" could not pay, or didn't want to, lost forever his right to a seat in the church. This "poor sinners list" stretched to the year Of course, the real poor were excluded from this draconian law. The account books of that era show that our old pioneers knew exactly with whom they were dealing and therefore also rigidly carried out these decisions.
Already a year later the parish finances were in excellent condition, and the number of bad payers had diminished significantly. Often at that time here, as in other parishes, the "point of payment" brought the meeting to a stormy war of words, from which often followed, if not open division, a relaxation to unity and harmony so necessary at that time.
Our chronicler reported explicitly: "At the next annual meeting, although the majority of parish members were present, the most beautiful, Catholic unanimity prevailed" and concludes his interesting report with a hearty "Thank God! Father DeBecke also laid out the first vegetable garden, which was later expanded by his priestly successor.
The church was built with many sacrifices, but it still lacked a nursery, which would establish the continued existence of the parish, namely the Catholic parochial school. Until now, the children received their religious education in the school district after completion of the classes, because in the beginning the impoverished conditions did not permit anything else. Conclusion follows. July 29, , page , Columbia Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Part 3 of a series of 3 articles. Vater Foeckler vollendete auch den inneren Ausbau der Steinkirche. Ihm folgte vom Mai bis Juli Rev. Louis bezog. Das erste Pfarrhaus war bereits alterschwach und unansehnlich neben der herrlichen Kirche. Im Verein mit dem hochw. Durch Krankheit gezwungen, resignirte Vater Gstach im Oktober Ihm folgte Rev. Woelfl im November desselben Jahres.
Der Rohbau wurde von Hrn. Die Pedal-Orgel stammt aus der Fabrik des Hrn. Herr Egid. Eine schleichende Krankheit warf ihn auf das Krankenlager; umgeben von seinen Freunden und seiner noch lebenden Mutter entschlief er sanft im Herrn anfangs September zu Franklin, Wis.
Schreiber1 dieser Zeilen gab ihm mit den Vorstehern der St. Josephs-Gemeinde das letzte Geleite auf dem Friedhofe zu Franklin. Juni d. Translation to English: July 29, , page , Columbia. Joseph's community of East Bristol, Wisc. Through thrift and hard work, most settlers in the sixties [s] already had a debt-free home and a degree of prosperity. It was, therefore, a timely idea of the Reverend Anton Foeckler, who took over the ministry here in February , to suggest and carry out the building of its own parish parochial school.
If a storm of prejudice prepared itself against "their own parish school," the enemy of all good tried to set all levers in motion in order to prevent the construction, and even after the construction, to try to place all sorts of obstacles in the way for the teachers, as well as the pastor.
The parish school won, and it endures and flourishes; first 18 children, today more than children attend the school regularly, in which the youth are taught not only a secular curriculum, in the German and English languages, but especially the Catholic religion; the parish school is and remains for each parish the seeding ground of the Catholic religion. Father Foeckler also completed the interior remodeling of the stone church. He was followed, from May to July , by Reverend H.
Muckerheide, a worthy and zealous priest, who procured two bells from St. Louis for the new church. The first rectory was already decrepit and unsightly next to the magnificent church. The congregation had grown from five families to over families. Together with with the Reverend A. Father Gstach was forced to resign due to illness in October He was succeeded by Reverend S. The premises of the church were too limited for the ever-increasing number of parish members.
The church itself, one of the most beautiful churches in the State of Wisconsin, is built of hewn limestone, feet long and 58 feet wide. The structural work was carried out by Mr. Stegerwald, a builder from St. The pedal organ came from the factory of Mr.
Schuelke, Milwaukee, and the altars and the pulpit were from the workshop of Mr. Goetz at Manitowoc. In the Spring of , Mr.