Albert B. PRINTZ 332
- Born: 4 Aug 1886, Coin, Page County, Iowa 51636 115,334
- Marriage: Orilla Etta KREIDER on 28 Aug 1906 31,330
- Died: 10 Jun 1965, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, USA at age 78 115
- Buried: Jun 1965, Oakwood Cemetery, Weeping Water, Cass County, Nebraska 331
1920 census indicates Albert's parents were born in Sweden
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 1900, Colfax Township, Page County, Iowa, USA. 661 living with his parents.
• Residence, 1920, Mount Pleasant Township, Cass County, Nebraska, USA. 334
• Occupation, 1920, Mount Pleasant Township, Cass County, Nebraska, USA. 334 where he was a farmer.
• Residence, 1930, Nehawka, Cass County, Nebraska, USA. 333
• Occupation, 1930, Nehawka, Cass County, Nebraska, USA. 333 in diversified farming.
• Military Service, 5 Jun 1917, Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska, USA. 662 WWI: Plattsmouth Men Between the Ages of 21 and 31 Register For Service of the Republic.
Registration day, when over 10,000,000 of the male residents of the United States of America registered their names before the boards in the voting precincts for the purpose of complying with the selective draft, was on in full blast today all over the nation. In this city the call was heeded by all those falling within the age limit of 21 to 31, and from the opening of the places of registration there was a steady stream of young men answering the call of the nation to arms. The greater part of the young men being employed in the Burlington shops, made the registration more slow than otherwise during the working hours, as they were sent out two at a time to register in their respective wards. The number that will be secured in Plattsmouth within the ages set out above will be for 400 to 450 and from these the selection of the men for service will be made by the exemption board that will pass upon the claims of those who claim exemption, including married men, those with dependents, physically incapacitated and otherwise exempted under the act. This method of selecting the army is undoubtedly the best that could be devised as it includes the rich and the poor, and only those who have dependents upon them will be passed up in the selection of those who will serve Uncle Sam. The selective draft will make it possible to have the men put where they can do the best possible good for the country during the time of the war, either in the field or in other lines equally as vital to the welfare of the nation. In this city the day was very quiet, with no effort made to interfere with the operation of the selective draft and but very little discussion of the matter on the part of anyone, or at least in a public manner. The Following are the Names of Those Who Registered Tuesday, June 5th, 1917, in the City of Plattsmouth and the County of Cass, Under the Selective Draft Law Which Requires " Every Man Between the Ages of 21 and 31 Inclusive to Register." Under the heading "Weeping Water Precint" Albert Printz name is found.
• Residence, Dec 1953, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, USA. 240
• Cemetery, Jun 1965, Weeping Water, Cass County, Nebraska 68463. 32 in the Oakwood Cemetery.
Albert married Orilla Etta KREIDER, daughter of John Elton KREIDER and Eary Etta MYERS, on 28 Aug 1906 31.,330 (Orilla Etta KREIDER was born on 28 Aug 1887 in Missouri,31 died in 1967 in Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, USA 31,32 and was buried in 1967 in Oakwood Cemetery, Weeping Water, Cass County, Nebraska 32,331.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Marriage Notice, 4 Sep 1906, Page County, Iowa. 335 Shenandoah World abstract:
Kreider, Orilla 18 wed A.B. Printz 21.