thank-you, Elizabeth's surname was Tesarik when she immigrated. She married a Jachimstal. But he was also listed as Bohemia on the Census. So, I will look up all you have sent me. Also, her father, John Tesarik (I believe) re-married a Anna Jachimstal before coming over. Family notes indicate that Elizabeth is a step sister to siblings that were born later in the US. I therefor believe John was married before he married Anna Jachimstal. I have seen several spellings of Jachimstal. Hope this isn't too confusing. I will look into the leads you sent me. Thanks again,
Here is her whole obituary.
PIONEER OF COUNTY DIES THIS MORNING Mrs. Elizabeth Jachimstal, a resident of city and the county of Manitowoc for nearly 72 years, died at her home here at 12:15 o'clock this morning at the advanced age of 83 years seven months. Death was due to infirmities atte ndant upon advancing age. Born in Vlimuze, Austria, on September 2, 1845, she came to this country with her parents on September 28, 1857, the family settling on a farm in the town of Kossuth. She resided in that township until 1895 when the family moved to Manitowoc where they resided continuously since that time. She married Joseph Jachimstal in Kossuth in 1867, Mr. Jachimstal preceding her in death five years ago while a daughter Amelia Stastny, died six years ago. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Joseph Hurdka, 420 N. Sixth stre et, Manitowoc, Mrs. Joseph Strouf, Mishicot and one son, Fred Jachimstal, 516 New York avenue, this city, eighteen grandchildren, seventeen great gran dchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Chloupek and Miss Tilie Tesarik of Mishicot. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Hurdka with interment at Evergreen. Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wis. Wednesday, April 3, 1929 P. 13