In 1900, the family rented NE of Wallace ID, where Charles was a miner. He had filed papers for naturalization. Christina, born Sept 1872 in Sweden, immigrated in 1896, and had not yet filed for naturalization. They had no children. -- 16 Jun 1900, Burke precinct, Shoshone Co ID, ED98 p12A
In 1910, the family owned [without mortgage] a farm on "the Mullan Road" (later US 10 / I-90), and comprised Charles, 35, born Sweden, immigrated 1893, naturalized citizen, milk man on dairy farm; Christina, 37 Sweden, immigrated 1896, 4 births, all living; son Charles C, 7 Idaho; and daughters Violet J, 6 ID; Vernie, 5 ID; Vera, 3 ID; and 2 hired dairy hands, Frank WRIGHT and Herman CARLSON. --30 Apr 1910, Shoshone County ID, ED258 p13A . (the next census dwelling is on Placer Creek, across the river from Trowbridge Gulch.)
In Sept 1918, Charles registered for the draft at Wallace, reporting birth on 22 Jul 1874. He was a naturalized citizen, a contractor with the Oregon Washington Railroad and Navigation Company [OWR&N Co]; wife=Christine; mail at Box 149, Wallace. Two weeks later, Charles obtained patent [without mineral rights] under the Homestead Act to 135 acres, now known as the "Hultner Ranch", near the mouth of Trowbridge Creek, just east of Wallace ID.
In 1920, the family owned [with mortgage] and lived on the "Hultner Ranch" on the Mullan Road at Trowbridge Gulch, and comprised: Charles, 45 Sweden, dairyman, employer [see farm schedule 9], immigrated 1895, naturalized 1907; Christina, 47 Sweden, immigrated 1898, naturalized 1907; children C Clifford 17 (ore sorter at lead mine), Violet I(or J) 16 (wagon driver on dairy farm), Vernie H 14, Vera C 12, Henry H 6, and Ludwig L 4y6mo. --9 Jan 1920, Shoshone county ID, ED170 p3A .
According to descendants, Charles L left the family sometime in the 1920's. There is a record of a Charles "S" HULTNER who married on 14 Jul 1923 in Nevada to Clara (BIROTH) PEARCE. Clara was born 18 Apr 1878 to Robert and Sophia (SANDOW) BIROTH at Virginia City, Nevada. See 1880 census. Clara first married James G PEARCE in 1912. Clara died 12 Oct 1948 in Nevada county, California.
no census record was found for any of these HULTNERS in 1930.
Henry Harold HULTNER, born 13 Nov 1913, died 30 Apr 1996; married Violet M WERNER. They had six children [above, plus Frederic Ronald HULTNER, Feb-Mar 1946, buried in Mtn View Cemetery, Mullan ID.] After the death of Harold's first wife, Violet M (WERNER) in 1992, Harold married again, to Violet J --- (1918~1996).
Violet M (WERNER) HULTNER died in July 1992 at Cd'A.
Kathleen HULTNER BURNS passed away from this life March 23, 2007, at Glendale AZ, in the loving presence of her husband, John D RICHMANN, daughter, Tracy BURNS, and other family and friends. She showed her mettle in bravely fighting a rare form of vasculitis, an autoimmune disease that attacked suddenly.
Kathy was born to Violet and Harold HULTNER in Wallace, Oct 1, 1941. She attended grade school in Mullan, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Academy in Coeur d'Alene. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Vassar College. In 1961, she married William C ("Bill") BURNS, a career officer in the U.S. Army. They had two children, William Kevin and Tracy Marie. Kevin predeceased his mother 20 years to the day of her death. Tracy is an Analyst with Harrah's in Las Vegas.
As a military wife, Kathy lived in many states and Puerto Rico, where she became an avid snorkeler and scuba diver. After her divorce from Bill in 1987, Kathy moved to Sausalito CA, where she pursued a career in real estate management. After her retirement she moved to Payson AZ, to enjoy an avocation in astronomy. There, in 1997, she met John C RICHMANN, whom she married in a lovely ceremony at their residence in Williams AZ, near the Grand Canyon.
Kathy designed kitchens and she worked with John designing and building custom cabinetry. She was a skilled artist, working with stained and carved glass.
With her dry wit and wicked sense of humor, Kathy made life more fun for all of us. We will greatly miss her beauty as well as her intellect, curiosity, story-telling and nonconformist spirit.
In addition to her husband and daughter, Kathy, she is survived by her sister, Sharon (HULTNER '56) GREEN, Las Vegas; Kent '58 HULTNER, San Diego; nephews, Michael HULTNER, Rancho Bernardo CA; and Chris HULTNER, Oklahoma City; niece, Stacy GREEN, Portland OR, and her cats. A memorial service will be held in Williams AZ, at the residence April 28.