• Anna Maria Caster
Anna M Pauly marker, Shakopee, MN
• Anna Maria Caster  ‎(I22)‎
Prefix:
Given Names: Anna Maria
Surname: Caster

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Given Names: Anne Marie
Surname: Castor

Birth: 23 May 1828 25 Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg
Death: 14 May 1900 ‎(Age 71)‎ Shakopee, MN, USA
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 23 May 1828 25 Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg

Baptism 26 May 1828 ‎(Age 3 days)‎ Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg

Marriage • John Pauly - 1851 ‎(Age 22)‎ Chicago, IL, USA

Adoption • John Pauly - between 1860 and 1865 ‎(Age 31)‎ Shakopee, MN, USA

Death 14 May 1900 ‎(Age 71)‎ Shakopee, MN, USA

Cause of death: Heart disease
BurialCemetery: St. Mark's

Address:
Shakopee, MN, USA

Reference Number 22
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Parents Family  (F8)
Anton Caster
1803 -
Anna Beck
-
• Anna Maria Caster
1828 - 1900
Margrate Castor
1835 -
Gustave Lawrence "Frenchie" Caster
1838 - 1912
Anna Castor
1840 -

Immediate Family  (F9)
• John Pauly
1822 - 1907
• Gustave John Pauly
1855 - 1911
Pauline Mecke
1869 -


Notes

Note
Scott Co. Argus, May 17, 1900:

PAULY.—At her home in this city, Monday, May 14 1900, of heart disease, Anna, beloved wife of John Pauly, aged seventy two years.

Anna Mary Castor was born in Luxembourg on May 23, 1828, and came to this country at the age of nineteen. Her home was for a time in Chicago, and here it was that met and married John Pauly, who lives to mourn the loss of a companion of nearly half a century. It was in the spring of 1851 that they were wed, and they lived in Chicago until three years later, when they came west and preempted a claim in Chanhassen town and remained on it for eight years. In 1862 they moved to Minneapolis, and had lived there the greater part of the time, since until about three years ago when they removed to Shakopee. In 1887 they went to Europe and remained a year, and they have since that time traveled considerably, spending the winters in southern climates. Mr Pauly bought the Voelker placed nearly two years ago and has built up a very cosy and comfortable home there. No children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Pauly, and Mr Pauly is left to finish life's journey alone, save for an adopted son, August Pauly, a real estate agent in Minneapolis.

Mrs. Pauly was an estimable old lady, faithful to the duties of her home and church, and a good neighbor. The disease which ultimately caused her death had troubled her all her life, and she was never very strong in body, yet she so well filled her place in the world that her death is sincerely mourned by all who knew her.

The funeral took place from St. Mark's church yesterday morning, Rev. Fr. Plut officiating. The Luxemburger Verein was present in a body, and also the elder ladies society of St. Mark's, of both which bodies deceased had been a member. Interment was in the new Catholic cemetery.

Note
On her tomb in Shakopee is carved:

Ruhe sanft in Gottes Schooss
Seligkeit sei dir zum Loos
Einsl beim frohen Auferstehen
Werden wir uns wieder sehen

which in English is roughly:

Rest gently in God Schooss
Bliss to you at Loos
One ‎(day?)‎ the joyful rise
Will we see each other again

Note
On her grave marker 14 May 1900 is the date of death

Note
18 May 1900 Shakopee Tribune:

Mrs. John Pauly at her home Monday at 2 p. m. after a lingering sickness of nearly 6 years. Mrs. Pauly was a highly educated lady, accomplished in many arts and ever willing to assist the distressed, giving aid and advice, which had endeared her to many people here as well as other places where she resided. Mrs Pauly, formerly Miss Anna Castar born at Travern-machen Luxemburg but was raised and educated at Trier, Germany. She came to America in company with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mason now living at Chanhassen, in 1850 living at Chicago, two yeears later she was married to Mr. Pauly, and in 56 came to Minnesota where they made a claim on the shore of Lake Susan near Chanhassen, Carver Co., where they lived enjoying farm life for 20 years, when he sold his farm and engaged at coopering in Minneapolis at which he was very successful. City life did not agree with Mrs. Pauly, as her health soon began to fail. Estimating health above everything else, Mr. Pauly sold his business and commenced traveling with his wife, they visited Germany living there for a few years, when they came back to America journeying to the hot springs and other health resorts, and although there was no permanent cure the good care and kind treatment by her husband prolonged her life many years, Five years ago they came to Shakopee and lived here until her demise, leaving her husband with no children, one adopted son Gustav Paul living in Minneapolis, one brother Gustav Castar formerly a resident here, now manager of Glueck's Brewing Co. at Minneapolis, and two sisters Mrs. Joseph Mason at Chanhassen , and Mrs. Peter Drucke on a farm on mile north of here. The funeral was held from St. Mark's church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock attended by her numerous friends here, from Chanhassen, Minnaeapolis and other places.

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Shakopee Tribune 18 May 1900:

The following from afar attended the Pauley funeral here last Wednesday. Gust Pauly, son and daughter, Miss Katie Murphey, Mrs. Gust Druke, Mrs. Ellenson, John and Nic Pauly of Minneapolis, Henry Pauley, John Mason and wife, Emil Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Nic. Pauly of Chanhassen.

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Sources

Source
Marc Pauly Genealogie
Publication: http://www.spetzbouf.com/heredis/accueil.htm
Citation Details:  ­http­://­www­.­spetzbouf­.­com­/­fiches­/­fiche1364­.­htm­#­f6824­

Source
Anna Castor Obituary
Publication: 18 May 1900 Shakopee Tribune (Shakopee, MN)

Source
Anna Maria Caster birth record
Publication: Luxembourg Civil Registration

Source
1860 MN Census
Citation Details:  Chanhassen

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1870 MN Census
Citation Details:  Minneapolis, Hennepin Co.

Source
1880 MN Census

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1865 MN Census
Citation Details:  Minneapolis, Hennepin Co.

Source
The Klein Connection, A Family History of the Descendents of Wilhelm Johan Klein
Publication: 2009, Casa Grande, AZ

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Family with Parents
Father
Anton Caster
Birth about 1803
Death Date Unknown
Mother
Anna Beck
Death Date Unknown

Marriage: 4 August 1827 -- Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg
10 months
#1
• Anna Maria Caster
Birth 23 May 1828 25 Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg
Death 14 May 1900 ‎(Age 71)‎ Shakopee, MN, USA
7 years
#2
Sister
Margrate Castor
Birth about 1835 32 Germany or Luxembourg
Death Date Unknown
4 years
#3
Brother
Gustave Lawrence "Frenchie" Caster
Birth November 1838 35 Germany or Luxembourg
Death 25 August 1912 ‎(Age 73)‎ Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, USA
14 months
#4
Sister
Anna Castor
Birth about 1840 37 Germany or Luxembourg
Death Date Unknown
Family with • John Pauly
Husband
• John Pauly
Birth 4 June 1822 36 37 Rédange-sur-Attert, Luxembourg
Death 14 November 1907 ‎(Age 85)‎ Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, USA
6 years

 
• Anna Maria Caster
Birth 23 May 1828 25 Grevenmacher, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg
Death 14 May 1900 ‎(Age 71)‎ Shakopee, MN, USA

Marriage: 1851 -- Chicago, IL, USA
4 years
#1
Son (Adopted)
• Gustave John Pauly
Birth 15 February 1855 MN, USA
Death 15 December 1911 ‎(Age 56)‎ Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, USA
14 years
#2
Daughter
Pauline Mecke
Birth about 1869 46 40 MN, USA
Death Date Unknown