Josephine MEYER, born 26 Feb 1883 in Alsace-Lorraine, immigrated c1883/90, naturalized in 1899, died 14 Feb 1940 at Cd'A. See Josephine's family line at WorldConnect.
In 1900, Joseph MUELLER, 36, painter, and 4 of 7 siblings live with their widowed mother Magdalena [b Switzerland?]. All immigrated in 1883. --5 Jun 1900 Highland (city), Helvetia (twp), Madison county IL ED54 p3A. .
In 1910, Joseph, 48 and Josephine, 30, married 3 years, lived in French Gulch with son, Elmer, 2 IL. Next door is Joe's brother, Frank 46, with his wife Jennie and son Clarence F. --9 May 1910 Kootenai county ID, ED166 p11A  .
In 1920, the MULLER family was farming in French Gulch. --6 Jan 1920 Kootenai ID ED203 p2A .
In 1930, the MULLER family lived at 2101 21st St, Cd'A, and comprised Joseph A, Josephine, and children Elmer (c1908 IL, lumber mill laborer), Marie (c1912 ID), Magdelene (1913 ID), Rita'37 (b Jun 1918 ID), and cousin Clarence, 22 IL. --2 Apr 1930 Cd'A ED12 p1A .
Irwin KELLY, who married Magdalene MULLER '33, is the son of John KELLY, and grandson of Anthony KELLY.
In 1850, Anthony, 40, and Nabby, 28, KELLY, both born Ireland, farmed in Marcellus NY, with children Bridget 6 IRL, Michael 4 IRL, and Anthony 1 NY. From this, it appears they emigrated from Ireland between July 1846 and Oct 1849. --18 Oct 1850 Onondaga Co NY.
In 1860, Anthony, 48, and Nappy, 40, both born Ireland, farmed in Osceola, Wisconsin, with children Bridget, 15 IRL; Michael, 13 IRL; Anthony, 11 NY; Jenny, 9 NY; Thomas, 7 Lk St Claire; Celia, 5 WI; Hannah, 3 WI; and Winnie, 1 WI. --10 July 1860 Fond du Lac Co WI.
In 1870, Anthony, 58, and Abby, 50, KELLY, both born Ireland, farmed in Osceola, with their son, John 2, and 7 older children, all born in Wisconsin: Celia 16, Thomas 14, Hannah 13, Winthrop (f) 11, Mary 9, William 7, and Eliza 5. --6 June 1870, Armstrong's Corners PO, Fond du Lac WI.
In 1880, John KELLY, 13, lived with his parents and 6 older siblings in Osceola WI.
In 1900John KELLY, 31 WI, born July 1868, was a day laborer in Sherman county, Wyoming.
In 1910, Irwin KELLY, 4 months, born in Kansas, lived in Shoshone county, Idaho, with his parents John 41 WI WI WI, quartz miner, and Lillian, 40 MO KY KY, and brother John Ryland, 5 ID. --18 Apr 1910; .
On 5 March 1918, John KELLY, born 30 Apr 1869, died near Rathdrum.
In 1920, Irwin KELLY, 10 KS WI MO, lived with his widowed mom Lillian 37, and bro John 15 ID, next to Al '22 KEILBACH on a Hayden area farm. --2 Feb 1920.
In 1930, Irwin M, 20 worked odd jobs and lived with his (re-married) mother, Lillian McBRIDE, on a truck farm in Hayden. --2 Apr 1930.
In 1930, The HOLZER family lived in Hayden Lake, where Fred (Sr) was a laborer for the irrigation district. --7 Apr 1930, Kootenai Co ID.
She married Fred G HOLZER on 9 Nov 1940 in St Thomas church. He taught her how to drive and she was off to see the country side. Rita was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandma. The Holzer home on Eighth Street had an open door policy and was always full of kids. She loved to shop, travel, dance and serve pancakes, Tubby worked as a waitress for more than 30 years at the Elks Club, Fowlers, Perkins Cafe and Steak, Dave's Family Restaurant, and Down the Street.
Tubby was preceded in death by her husband, Fred, in 2005; brother Elmer MULLER, and sisters Marie THOMPSON and Magdeline '33 "Billie" KELLY. She is survived by sons Richard "Skin" '61 (Kathy) HOLZER; and Thomas "Bates" '61 (Sandy) HOLZER; daughter Jo Ellen '63 (John J) NELSON; granddaughters Michele (HOLZER) SCHNEIDER, Melissa HOLZER, Kim (HOLZER) NOYES; grandson Mike HOLZER; and great-granddaughter Ava Kathleen SCHNEIDER.
Tubby and Fred developed a love affair with Lake Coeur d'Alene and the city by the lake. She resided in Cd'A her entire life, and was a devout Catholic. She was baptized, confirmed, married and buried from St Thomas Catholic church.
Memorials to Holy Family Catholic School,or the Tubbs Hill Foundation.
Fred G HOLZER, 1915 ~ 2005
Fred, 89, died 10 Jan 2005 at Coeur d'Alene. He was born 11 Sep 1915 in Saint Ignatius MT to Fred V & Elin (ANDERSON) HOLZER, and moved to Idaho in 1930. He graduated from Cd'A High School in 1933 and Kelsey Baird Business College in 1935. He married Rita "Tubby" MULLER (IHM'37) at St Thomas Catholic Church on 9 Nov 1940.
Fred served in the Cd'A Police Department from 1944 until 1970. Upon "retirement", he started the security department at North Idaho Junior College, and was part of the athletic department for the next 25 years. He also served on the City Parks & Recreation Board 1978-1994.
He coached football and baseball from 1958 until 1961 at IHM Academy. Fred's football teams from 1953 to 1957 had a record of 33 and 1.
Fred is survived by his wife of 64 years, Rita "Tubby"; sister Lillian BOUGHTON, Cd'A; children Dick '61 (Kathy) HOLZER, Seattle; Tom '61 (Sandy) HOLZER, Adams MA; daughter Jo Ellen '63 (John) NELSON, Federal Way WA; grandchildren Michele, Melissa, Kimberly and Mike HOLZER; and numerous nieces and nephews. Burial in St Thomas cemetery. Memorials to Holy Family Catholic School or Tubbs Hill Foundation, Cd'A.