Notes for GEORGE ALBERT TYSON: Question of middle names. Baptism record states Albert, Obituary states E, Mary Ellen says Elmer.
Obituary reads birth date of 1891
1930 Federal Census Name: George E Tyson Age: 38 years Estimated birth year: 1891 Birthplace: Wisconsin Relation to Head-of-house: Head Race: White Home in 1930: Shields, Dodge, Wisconsin Occupation: View image Education: View image Military Service: View image Rent/home value: View image Age at first marriage: View image Parents' birthplace: View image Owned a radio: View image Image Source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Shields, Dodge, Wisconsin; Roll: T626_2569; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 44; Image: 0307.
More About GEORGE ALBERT TYSON: Burial: Unknown, St Bernard's Cemetery, Watertown WI.1801 Christening: January 11, 1891, St Joseph, Richwood, WI. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Catholic.
More About GEORGE ALBERT TYSON and NORMA ELIZABETH GOETTE: Marriage: October 22, 1919, St Joseph, Richwood, WI.1801
Marriage Notes for GEORGE ALBERT TYSON and NORMA ELIZABETH GOETTE: Rev performed wedding ceremony REV M C Warnkin, paster of St Joseph's Catholic Chruch in Richwood.
Double wedding - George and Norma and George's sister Loretta and Harry were wed together
Wedding announcement read: DOUBLE MARRIAGE AT RICHWOOD TODAY The celebration of a double wedding took place at St Joseph's Catholic church in the village of Richwood this morning at 9 o'clock in which the 4 prncipals are among the most popular young people of this vicinity. The ceremony was conductied by Rev M C Warnkin, paster of the congregation. George E Tyosn of Shields and Miss Norma E Goette, 900 N Second St, were united in marriage. The attendants were Miss Elsie Krueger of this city, cousin of the bride, as bridesmaid, and James Tyson, brother of the groom, as groomsman. The bride was handsomely gowned in white slik crepe de chien, embroidered with beads and silk, and carried a corsage bouquet of white roses and carnations. Miss Kureger, who attended her, wore a beautiful gown of tan crepe de chien with corsage boquet of pink carnations. The bride is one of Watertown's most popular young ladies and a graduate of the Watertown High school, class of 1908. For the past eight years she has been one of Watertown's most popular teachers of Dodge county and was prominent in teachers' gatherings and educational work. She is a daughter of Mrs Gerhard Fuermann, 900 N 2nd St, with whom she resided. The groom is a son of Mrs George Tyson and is a young man of genuine worth who has friends by the score. The young couple will commence housekeeping at once on his farm in the town of Shields. The same ceremony united in the bonds of Matrimony Harry E Mischler of Fall River, WI and Miss Loretta M Tyson of Shields. Her sister, Miss Margaret Tyson, was bridesmaid and Charles Mischler, brother of the groom, just returned from overseas where he served with the First division, was groomsman. The bride was handsomely attired in white silk crepe de chien, embroidered with beads of silk. She carried a corsage bouquet of white roses and carnations. The bridesmaid was gowned in tan crepe de chien and had a corsage boquet of pink carnations. The bride is the daughter of Mrs George Tyson, and a sister of George E Tyson, whose marriage occred at the same time. She was reared in the town of Shields and is justly one of the most popular young ladies of that town. Mr Mischler is the son of Mr and Mrs John Mischler, formerly of Fall River, but recently removed to Iowa. He is well known in this vicinity and is a young man whose pleasing manners and industrious traits have brought him the esteem of everyone who knows him. Mr and Mrs Mischler will reside on a farm on the Westroad, in the town of Milford, and will commence housekeeping at once. After the ceremony a reception was held in honor of the two couples at the home of Mrs George Tyson, in the town of Shileds and s sumptuous dinner was served to about sixty guests. Those from out of town ho attened the wedding were Mr and Mrs J Bussler and daughter Arleta of Milwaukee; Mrs Florence Mischler of Iowa; Roy Mischler of Waupun; and Mrs and Mrs Fred Zuelsdorff of Fall River.
Children of GEORGE ALBERT TYSON and NORMA ELIZABETH GOETTE are: