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Nickolaus Domelle was born 20 October 1887 to Adam Domelle (c1860-) and Christine Rizer (c1860-) and died 28 August 1964 in Indiana of unspecified causes. He married Francisca Traum 14 May 1910 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.


Nickolaus Domelle was baptized at St. Trinitintis, in the town of Triebswetter, in the county of Torontal, Hungaria, October 20, 1887.[1] His father is listed as Adam Domelle.

Fiume to New York

Nickolaus arrived in the United States on 26 June 1907. He sailed from Fiume on the SS Carpathia on 08 June 1907, and arrived at the Port of New York.[2]

The Passenger List for SS Carpathia states:

Name listed as Miklos(sic) Domle, aged 18(?), male, smith, German, last residence was Gattaja, final destination is Chicago, has $21, never in US before, going to cousin Janos Domle at Rogers Park 4546, Chicago, Ill, 5 foot 6 inches, dark complected, fair hair, yellow eyes, place of birth Gattaja.

Pennsylvania

Despite his intention to travel to Chicago to see his cousin John Domelle, Nickolaus married Francisca Traum on 14 May 1910 in Philadelphia, PA. It is uncertain at this time if he traveled back and forth, or went from the port at New York to Philadelphia.

Sadly, Francisca did not live long after her marriage, as Nickolaus is married to Barbara (last name unknown at this time) by 1913.[3] Nickolaus and Barbara only had one child, Elizabeth Domelle, who was born in Philadelphia on 20 June 1917.[4]

Nickolaus's Declaration of Intention, dated 04 March 1919, State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County states:

Nickolaus Domelle; aged 31 years; occupation ??wood Finisher; white, fair-complexion, brown hair and eyes, 5 foot 71/2 inches, 152 pounds; born at Nagy Osz, Hungary 20 October 1887; resides at 1735 Palethorpe, Philadelphia; emigrated from Fiume, Hungary on vessel Carpathia; last foreign residence was Gattalya(?), Hungary; married to Barbara, born in Hungary; arrived at Port of New York 26 June 1907.[5]

Indiana

Based on his Petition for Naturalization, by 1924, Nickolaus and Barbara had moved out to Indiana to join his brother William where they were farming land in Newton County. Nickolaus's Petition for Naturalization, dated 20 October 1924, Newton County, Indiana states:

Nickolaus Domelle; resides at Lake Village, Indiana; occupation Farming; born October 20 1887 at Nagy Osz, Hungary; emigrated from Fiume, Hungary on June 1, 1907; arrived at Port of New York on June 26, 1907 on vessel Carpathia; wife is Barbara, born November 28, 1889 at Hungary; one child, Elizabeth, born June 20, 1917 at Philadelphia, PA; resident of Indiana since March 1, 1920. Petition of Intention No. 24413. Witnesses: Henry E. Stoner, merchant, Lake Village, Ind. and Herman DeFries, farmer, Thayer, Ind.[6]

The same day (20 October 1924), Nickolaus's first cousin once removed, Anthony Domele, son of John Domele (the "Janos Domle" mentioned in Nickolaus's passenger list), was also naturalized in the same court.[7] Nickolaus's older brother William was naturalized one week earlier, on 13 October 1924, again in the same Newton County court.[8]

By the time of the 1930 census, Nickolaus and Barbara were still farming in Newton County. Nickolaus's previous occupation had been smithing[9] back in Europe, and wood finishing[10] in Philadelphia, but once in Indiana, he farmed on land adjacent to his brother.[11]

Death and burial

Nickolaus passed away 28 August 1964, four years after his wife Barbara passed away. He is buried in Lake Village Cemetery, Lake Village, Newton County, Indiana.




Children


Offspring of Nickolaus Domelle and Barbara Unknown
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Domelle

Siblings


Offspring of Adam Domelle and Christine Rizer (c1860-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Katherine Domelle
Mary Domelle
William Domelle (1882-1943) 27 October 1882 20 August 1943 Jasper, Indiana Magda Unknown
Elizabeth Obendorfer

Nickolaus Domelle (1887-1964) 20 October 1887 28 August 1964 Indiana Francisca Traum
Barbara Unknown

Anna Domelle (1890-1974) 29 June 1890 November 1974 Belding, Ionia County, Michigan, United States John F. Tischler

Lena Domelle (1894-1942) 1894 17 April 1942 Henry Bozung

References

  1. ^ Handwritten on back of Marriage Certificate of Nickolaus Domelle and Francisca Traum.
  2. ^ Miklos Domle, SS Carpathia Passenger List, arrival Port of New York, 26 June 1907.
  3. ^ Nicholas Domelle - 1930 US Census, Indiana, Newton County, Township of Lincoln, District 13, Village of Thayer, 09 April 1930, Sheet 4A.
  4. ^ 1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, District 17, Ward 352, 13 January 1920, Sheet 3A.
  5. ^ Nickolaus Domelle, Declaration of Intention, 04 March 1919, State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County.
  6. ^ Nickolaus Domelle - Petition for Naturalization, 20 October 1924, Newton County, Indiana
  7. ^ Anthony Domele - Petition for Naturalization, 20 October 1924, Newton County, Indiana
  8. ^ William Domelle - Petition for Naturalization, 13 October 1924, Newton County, Indiana
  9. ^ Nickolaus Domelle, SS Carpathia Passenger List, arrival Port of New York, 26 June 1907.
  10. ^ 1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, District 17, Ward 352, 13 January 1920, Sheet 3A.
  11. ^ Nicholas Domelle - 1930 US Census, Indiana, Newton County, Township of Lincoln, District 13, Village of Thayer, 09 April 1930, Sheet 4A.


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