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Hei - Er det noen med ekspertise omkring utvandring til USA,som kan hjelpe meg med dette.Amund Dietzel født 1891 i Kristiania,konf. i Vestre Fredrikstad 30 apr 1905 emigrert til USA år ? Gift 25 jan 1917 Indianapolis,Maron Indiana med Ruth Cleveland født 1896.Hans foreldre:Alexander Dietzel og Marie Næss.Hennes foreldre:Joseph Cleveland og Anna Snilling. Fikk Amund og Ruth noen barn? Det er det jeg undres

på.Fant heller ikke hans emigrasjon.Forsøker her å hjelpe en venn i hans slektssøk.Er takknemlig for all hjelp! Mvh Karl Johnny Sommer

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Amund Dietzel

United States Border Crossings from Canada to United States, 1895-1956

birth:   Fredericstadt, immigration: October 1907   other: October 1907  

 

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992

marriage: 25 January 1917 Marion, Indiana father: Alexander Dietzel mother: Marie Ness spouse: Ruth Cleveland other: Joseph Cleveland, Annie Snelling

 

 

 

 

Amond Dietzel

Head

United States Census, 1920

birth: 1891 Norway residence: 1920 Milwaukee Ward 19, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States immigration: 1902   spouse: Elsie Dietzel child: Dorthy Dietzel other: Mary Koehler, Geo Koehler

 

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

Illinois, Northern District Naturalization Index, 1840-1950

birth: 1891 Norway naturalization: 1923 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

Head

United States Census, 1930

birth: 1891 Norway residence: 1930 Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States immigration: 1906   spouse: Elsie Dietzel child: Dorothy Dietzel other: Mary Koehler

 


 

 

Amund Dietzel

Head

United States Census, 1940

birth: 1891 Norway residence: 1940 Ward 4, Wauwatosa, Wauwatosa City, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States spouse: Elsie Dietzel child: Dorothy Dietzel other: Mary Koehler

 

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942

birth: 28 February 1891   residence: 1942 Wauwatosa, , Wisconsin draft registration: 1942 Wauwatosa, , Wisconsin

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1997

birth: 1892   death: 9 February 1974 Ocon, , Wisconsin residence: 9 February 1974 , Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

Amund Dietzel

United States Social Security Death Index

birth: 28 February 1891   death: February 1974 Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

 

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Amund Dietzel

 

Birth:  Feb. 28, 1891, Norway Death:  Feb. 9, 1974
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For further information on the life of Amund Dietzel read "These Old Blue Arms" Vol I and II by Jon Reiter 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Elsie Dietzel (1896 - 1968)*
 
*Calculated relationship   Burial:
Pinelawn Memorial Park
Milwaukee
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: Section 9, Lot 25  
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Created by: Carmen Forquer Nyssen
Record added: Feb 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85199288

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July 3–October 13, 2013
Contemporary Galleries

tattoo.jpgIn conjunction with Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary celebration, the Museum presents its first tattoo exhibition, highlighting the work of Amund Dietzel, who came to Milwaukee in 1913. This exhibition celebrates one hundred years since Dietzel’s arrival, and in the midst of what many consider a renaissance of tattooing, the Museum is proud to present the work of one of its earliest masters. Dietzel helped define the look of the “traditional” or “old school” tattoo, kept the practice alive through two world wars, and passed on his craft to future generations.

Born in Kristiania, Norway, Dietzel (1891–1974) learned the art of hand-tattooing on a Norway merchant ship. When the ship was wrecked off the coast of Quebec, Dietzel and a few others decided to stay. Dietzel traveled with his close friend William Grimshaw, working carnivals as tattooed men and tattooing between shows.

Passing through Milwaukee at twenty-three, Dietzel decided to make the city his home. He opened a tattoo parlor and soon had a reputation as the region’s premier tattoo artist—and the one to whom World War I and II sailors and Marines went before leaving for battle. In 1964 at the age of seventy-three, Dietzel sold his shop to his friend Gib “Tatts” Thomas. The two worked together in the studio until the city banned tattooing, effective July 1, 1967. “At least it took the city fifty-one years to find out that it doesn’t want me,” said Dietzel.

Tattoo draws exclusively from the Solid State Tattoo Collection, courtesy of Jon Reiter. Reiter, himself a Milwaukee-based tattoo artist, has spent years amassing a collection of Dietzel “flash” (tattoo design drawings) and peripheral Dietzel Studio material. In addition to collecting the artist’s work, Reiter has carefully researched Dietzel’s life and published a two-volume catalogue of his creative output, These Old Blue Arms: The Life and Work of Amund Dietzel.

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Courtesy of Jon Reiter and Solid State Tattoo Collection, Milwaukee

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Illustrated Man...Amund Dietzel
 
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Last summer, Milwaukee Tattoo historian and artist (Solid State Tatoo) Jon Reiter released his beautifully designed and exhaustively researched book, These Old Blue Arms: The Life and Work of Amund Dietzel. Click here to view or order.

 

Amund Dietzel was born in Kristiana (now Oslo), Norway in 1891. At the age of 14, he left his homeland on a merchant ship (at the time, the fourth largest merchant fleet on earth) and spent the next 3 years of his life at sea. The art and significance of tatoos to the insular world of men at sea had a great effect on the young Norwegian. With home made tools and no small amount of drawing skills he went to work learning the art of tatooing by practicing on his shipmates. A timely shipwreck brought an abrupt end to his ocean travels and left him on the the shores of North America. Later, while in Connecticut, he developed a close friendship with a British immigrant tatoo artist named William Grimshaw. The two men inked each others bodies from head to toe (photo above, circa 1914) and hit the carnival circuit. They exhibited themselves, sold photographs of their inked bodies and provided tatoos for curious carnival goers. In 1914, Dietzel arrived in Milwaukee. He liked what he saw. Who wouldn't? America's machine shop was in full stride. The vitality of the immigrant city was a perfect fit for the Norwegian with unusual skills. He would spend the rest of his life in the Cream City. Two World War's worth of tatoo hungry soldiers and sailors from nearby Great Lakes Naval Station brought him both a wealth of customers and worldwide word of mouth advertising. He was soon known as the finest tatoo artist in the midwest.

 

Milwaukee was at it's nadir as a city when the Milwaukee Common Council banned tattoo parlors in 1967. Dietzel got in the last word, "At least it took the city fifty-one years to find out it doesn't want me. Milwaukee used to be a very nice town." Dietzel passed away in 1974.

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Amund Dietzel was born in the town of Fredrikstad, Norway in 1890, and went to sea at the tender age of ten. He learned the art of hand tattooing during those early sailor years. While with the Danish Merchant Marines, Dietzel was ship-wrecked in the Saint Lawrence Seaway and stayed in the United States. By 1907 he was tattooing on State Street in Chicago.

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As with other tattooists of his era, Dietzel worked in many cities, including New Haven, CT, Albany, NY, Detroit, MI, and Columbus, OH. In Columbus he met Fred Clark who went on to tattoo for the side show. 1915 found Dietzel back on State Street, this time working with Bill Grimshaw.

In 1916 he made the move to Milwaukee and opened a shop at #207 Third Street. He still hit the road in the summer months to tattoo in different towns. It was around this same time that Nick Melroy started working on two tattoo machine frame designs that went on to be associated with Dietzel.

In the 1940's Dietzel moved to larger quarters at #948 Plankton Avenue in Milwaukee. It was here that Dietzel had the space to gear up for the war time business that was heading his way. During World War II, the Plankton location had four tattooists (including Dietzel) working 12 hour shifts.

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A shipping label from Paul Rogers' collection.

In 1963 the state of Illinois raised the minimum age for getting a tattoo to twenty-one. Most of the tattooists left town and several relocated to Milwaukee. This was of little bother to Dietzel who was still doing sailing ships for $2.50, and had all the business he could handle.

Milwaukee got caught up in the legislation against tattooing, and in 1967 outlawed tattooing within the city limits. Dietzel's comment was, "At least it took the city fifty-one years to find out it doesn't want me. Milwaukee used to be a very nice town."

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Dorothy's father, Amund Dietzel, also was an artist, but his medium was tattoo ink. An exhibit of Dietzel's work is up through Oct. 13 at the ...

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Hei Ann- Mary. Helt fantastisk,er bortimot målløs mange takk!!

Hilsen Karl Johnny

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  TRAVERSE CITY - Eldon C. "Don" Henricks, 86, of Traverse City, died Monday, July 26, 2004, at Munson Hospice House, following an illness of several months.
      Born Dec. 9, 1917, in Milwaukee, he was the son of Edward A. and Gladys (VanOudshoorn) Henricks. He attended school in Milwaukee before joining the Army Air Corps as an aviation cadet in 1940. On July 2, 1941, he married Dorothy L. Dietzel. For the duration of World War II, he served as a flight instructor in California and Arizona, receiving his commission as a captain in 1943. Among the many cadets he prepared for service was American film actor James Stewart. Don maintained an avid interest in aviation for his entire life.
      Don began a 32 year career in the automotive industry in 1947, joining the Oldsmobile Division as zone service representative in Madison, Wis. His later work with Oldsmobile in Lansing and Chicago led to a 1958 transfer to General Motors corporate headquarters in Detroit. He served for three years as a GM representative on the auto industry advisory committee to the National Highway Safety Board. He retired as director of product service training in 1979.
      Following retirement, Don and his wife settled in Traverse City where they were among the founders of the Friends of the Traverse Area District Library. The support Don provided to many local organizations was notable and included Interlochen Arts Academy, where he endowed a scholarship fund, in memory of his wife, following her death in 1990. But he will perhaps be best remembered for his trademark gifts of candy and pears to friends, neighbors and professional acquaintances and for his efforts to offer advice or a helping hand in almost any situation. He will also be remembered for his intelligence and independence and for being a gentleman in the truest sense of the word.
      Don is survived by two sons, Steve (Sue Ellen) Henricks of Traverse City and Douglas (Katherine) Henricks of Ft. Myers, Fla.; and three step grandchildren, Michael (Larine), and Danielle and Matthew Nixon, all of Florida.
      He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; his brother, Glenn; and his daughter, Sandra L. Beye.
      In keeping with Don's wishes, no funeral services will be held. His ashes will be buried in the Garden of Remembrance at the First Congregational Church in Traverse City.
      Don requested that memorial contributions be directed to the Henricks Visual Arts Scholarship Fund at Interlochen Arts Academy.
      "I'm leveled off at four thousand feet, watching for the luminosity in the sky ahead that will mark the city of Paris. I can imagine that I'm looking through the earth to the heavens on the other side. I want to prolong this culminating experience of my flight--I almost wish Paris were a few more hours away. It's a shame to land with the night so clear and so much fuel in my tanks." Charles A. Lindberg, Spirit of St. Louis.
     
     

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DOROTHY HENRICKS (1919-1990) Social Security Death Index | SSDI Records
SSN: 395-10-2513 Last Name: Henricks Suffix:   First Name: Dorothy Middle Initial: L Death Month: 05 Death Day: 08 Death Year: 1990 Death Date: 1990-05-08 Birth Month: 02 Birth Day: 08 Birth Year: 1919 Birth Date: 1919-02-08 Last Residence ZIP: 49684 (Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan) Last Benefit ZIP:   State of SSN Issue: Wisconsindirectories_lists.jpg

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David Alan Nixon
Dave Nixon 57 Orlando, FL
Winter Springs, FL
Fort Myers, FL
Sunny Side, NY

Jacalyn Henricks
Danielle Nixon
Matthew Nixon
Douglas Henricks
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Hei Ann-Mary - Ser at Amund i 1920 tellingen er gift med Elsie,når giftet de seg ?

Hva med Amunds ekteskap med Ruth Cleveland i 1917 ?

Er det mulig finne noe omkring dette ? Mvh Karl Johnny

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Ruth L. CLEVELAND
7 June 1895 - 5 January 1918   (Ancestral File Number: 1MN1-5NJ)
   
Ruth L. CLEVELAND
birth:  7 June 1895
Franklin Co., KY. death:  5 January 1918 more
  • birth:  11 April 1869
    Versailles, KY. death:  21 June 1950
    Lexington, Ky. Bu. Versailles, KY.
  • birth:  22 October 1877
    Franklin Co. Ky. death:  11 August 1962
    Franklin Co.Ky.

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Har ikke funnet vielsen mellom Amund Dietzel og Elsie.

 

 

Men dette er vel kanskje samme Elsie i 1910:

 

 

 

Name: Elsie D Koehler Titles and Terms:   Event Type: Census Event Year: 1910 Event Place: Trempealeau, Trempealeau, Wisconsin, United States District: 173 Gender: Female Age: 13 Marital Status: Single Race: White Race (Original): White Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Daughter Birth Year (Estimated): 1897 Birthplace: Wisconsin Immigration Year:   Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin Sheet Number and Letter: 7B Household ID: 172 Line Number:   Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Affiliate Publication Number: M1283 GS Film number: 1375752 Digital Folder Number: 004454907 Image Number: 01084   Household Gender Age Birthplace

 

Head

Herman H Koehler M 48 Wisconsin

 

Wife

Mary C Koehler F 47 Wisconsin

 

Daughter

Minnie C Koehler F 24 Wisconsin

 

Son

George J Koehler M 17 Wisconsin

 

Daughter

Elsie D Koehler F 13 Wisconsin

 

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Har ikke funnet vielsen mellom Amund Dietzel og Elsie.

 

 

Men dette er vel kanskje samme Elsie i 1910:

 

 

 

Name: Elsie D Koehler Titles and Terms:   Event Type: Census Event Year: 1910 Event Place: Trempealeau, Trempealeau, Wisconsin, United States District: 173 Gender: Female Age: 13 Marital Status: Single Race: White Race (Original): White Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Daughter Birth Year (Estimated): 1897 Birthplace: Wisconsin Immigration Year:   Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin Sheet Number and Letter: 7B Household ID: 172 Line Number:   Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Affiliate Publication Number: M1283 GS Film number: 1375752 Digital Folder Number: 004454907 Image Number: 01084   Household Gender Age Birthplace

 

Head

Herman H Koehler M 48 Wisconsin

 

Wife

Mary C Koehler F 47 Wisconsin

 

Daughter

Minnie C Koehler F 24 Wisconsin

 

Son

George J Koehler M 17 Wisconsin

 

Daughter

Elsie D Koehler F 13 Wisconsin

 

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Jeg er ny her, jeg tror at mitt første forsøk på innlegg ble en "blindgjenger", jeg forsøker på ny!

 

Jeg har brukbar oversikt over dette:

 

Adelia Groll ble gift med Amund 12.08.1914, de ble skilt 12.06.1916 pga Amunds reisevirksomhet.

Ruth Cleveland ble gift med Amund 25.01.1917, hun døde av tuberkolosje 04.01.1918.

Elsie Koehler ble gift med Amund 13.04.1918, hun døde av kreft i16.03.1968. De fikk et barn, datteren Dorothy Leona f. 08.02.1919.

Amund giftet seg igjen med Lula Borth-Miller, enke etter William Miller, 15.02.1969.

Amund døde 09.09.1974, jeg vet ikke når Lula gikk bort.

 

Dorothy giftet seg med Eldon Henricks, begge er nå døde. De fikk tre barn: Douglas, Steven og Sandra. Sistnevnte døde for noen år siden.

 

Kilden til disse opplysniingen er i hovedsak Jon Reiters bok "These Old Blue Arms" bind 1

 

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Lula A Dietzel

United States Social Security Death Index

birth: 21 April 1904   death: June 1995 Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin

 

 

Lula Antonie Dietzel

Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1997

death: 26 June 1995 , Fond du Lac, Wisconsin residence: 26 June 1995 Fodu, Wisconsin

 

Lula Borth Dietzel

 

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Lula Miller Dietzel, 91, of Parkview Care Center in Ripon, formerly of Wisconsin Dells and Oconomowoc, passed away Monday, June 26, 1995 at Parkview Care Center.
She was born April 21, 1904 in Junction City, WI, a daughter of Albert and Antonie Buelow Borth Sr. She was educated in Dancy, WI and on March 16, 1925 married Wm. Miller who preceded her in death in 1958. She married Amond Dietzel in 1969. Mr. Dietzel passed away in 1974.
Lula was a housewife and partner with her husband in business as a motel manager in Wisconsin Dells. She was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church of Oconomowoc.
Lula Dietzel is survived by 1 niece, Barbara (Jerry) Schwandt of Ripon; 5 nephews, Dennis (Jean) Schrank of Cederburg WI, James (Lu) Schrank of Stevens Point, WI, David (Madilyn) Schrank of Texas, Robert Borth Jr. of Milwaukee and Thomas Hunt of Shawano, 2 step-grandchildren: Nancy Dunahee of Stevens Point and Jean (Duane) Langer of Wisconsin Dells; 2 Sisters-in-Law, Katherine Borth of Milwaukee and Erna Borth of Oconomowoc. She was preceded in death by her 2 husbands, 3 brothers, Albert Jr. Otto and Robert Barth Sr.; 3 sisters, Blondie Duntman, Rachel Schrank and Laura Hunt; and a step-son, Harold Miller.    Burial:
Spring Grove Cemetery
Wisconsin Dells
Columbia County
Wisconsin, USA  
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