Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Carl Wallerich  



1927 - Aug 31 - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallerich and daughter, Betty have returned to their home in Indianapolis after spending several weeks at their cottage

1928 - Changes in Ownership - Of Two East Side Cottages

    Two more cottage on the East Side of Lake Maxinkuckee had changed hands with indications of more improvements and increased values

    Mr. and Mrs. John Sloane Kittle of Indianapolis, have purchased the property north of the bungalow which they have owned to the past ten years and which they are now selling to Mr. Carl Wallerich , Crysler distributor, also of Indianapolis

    Mr and Mrs. Wallerich rented a cottage on the lake last summer and were so delighted that they decided to buy a cottage and chose the Kittle cottage.

    No consideration was stated in the transfer but it is understood that a peak price was paid for the Kittle property, indicating the ever increasing values of the East Side lake sites.

    Mr. and Mrs Kittle state that they intend to erect a new two-story cottage on their new site at a later date,
    but will use the present structure this summe after a few necessary changes.


1929 - Feb 13 - Walter R. and Rosalie M. Vonnegut WD Carl H Wallerich, tract in 22-32-1 $1.00

1929 - Jul 31 - Mrs Carl Wallerich will have as her guest, Mrs. George Wallerich of RIver Forest, Illinois

1929 - Aug 7 - Mrs. Carl Wallerich and daughter Betty have returned to Indianapoilis for a few days

1930 - July 2 - The following list compriss all the property oweners around the lake in order from the Academy (this is assumed lake side only)
    ... Mueller, Realty & Incetment Co. Kittle, John S. Wallerich, Carl H. Perry, Norman...


1930 - Jul 2 - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallerich and daughter Betty are at their cottage for the summer. They will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Russell WIllson of Indianapolis
    Mrs. and Mrs. John Sloane Kittle will arive Saturday to spend the rest of the summer at their cottage, The Maridolgs, on the East SIde of the lake


1930 - Jul 30 - Mrs. Carl Wallerich had as her guests a fewdays at her cottage on the East Side the Mesdames Russel Wilson, Eldo Wagner, Mrs. Uz McMurtue, Marvin Hammel all of Indianapolis

1930 - Sept 30 - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallerich and daughter Mrss Betty returned to their home in Indianapolis after spending the summer on the East side of the lake for the season

1931 - Apr. 1931 - Carl H. Wallerich & wife WD John S. Kittle & wife lot 2 Kittle's Plat in Lot 1 prt. of lot 2; Irene Bogardus Sudb Div. ogl Lot 1; Lot in lot 2 Bogardus sub div. in lot 1 22-32-1- $1.00

1931 - Jul 22 - Mr. and Mrs John Slone Kittle had as their guest for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallerich of indianapolis...

1931 - Aug 26 - Mr. and Mrs Carl Wallerich and daughter Betty of Indianapolis occupied during the final week at the Culver Military Academy the guest gottage of Kittle's Fairwinds...

1934 - Aug 29 - Mrs. Carl Wallerich and daughter, Miss Bety Wallerich, were week-end guests of Mrs. J. S. Kittle at her "Fair WInds" cottage

1936 - Jul 22 - Mr. and Mrs. Carll Walleric, of Indianapolis who were for a good may years were residents of the summer collony, were the week-ed guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kittle at "Fairwinds" cottage. 1938 - Jul 20 Mr. and Mrs Carl Wallerich and Mr. and Mrs. FLoyd Payne have bee week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sloane Kittle at "Fairwinds" the last two weekends

1950 - Jul 26 - Mr. and Mrs. John SLoan Kittle entertained as week end guests the Carl H. Wallerichs of Indianapolis.






Carl Harrison Wallerich Birth: May 5, 1883 Keokuk, Keokuk County, Iowa Death: Aug 1963 Note: burial: Aug 30,1963 Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana Plot: Sec: 104, Lot: 122 son of Mathias Wallerich and Barbara Babette Wills

married February 9,1911 Indianapolis Marion county Indiana Inez M. Foley Birth: 10 AUG 1885 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana burial: Death: 1970 OCT 31,1970 Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana Plot: Sec: 104, Lot: 122 daughter of Daniel Foley and Jessie A Fish They had:
    Alice Elizabeth "Betty" Wallerich Birth: Abt 1912 married 14 Nov 1935 Marion County, Indiana Frederick C Pier Birth: Abt 1912 Death: 2 Aug 1989 - Indiana Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery Greentown Howard County Indiana he married 2nd August of 1970 Mary Frances Cranor Mast son of Charles H Pier and Florence E Stephenson


C. H. WALLERICH (CARL H. WALLERICH, president of the C. H. Wallerich Company, was born May 5, 1883, at Sigourney, Iowa, son of Mathias and Babette (Wills) Wallerich.

Mr. Wallerich of this sketch received his education in the public and high schools of Des Moines, Iowa, after which, in 1900, he came to Indianapolis and here entered the employe of the H. Lieber Company in the department of engineering instruments.

With this company he remained several years and about 1907 became assistant sales manager of the Overland Automobile Company. Six years later, in 1910, he went to Kokomo as sales manager for the Haynes Automobile Company. One year later, however, he again affiliated himself with the Willys-Overland Company, this time going to Toledo as assistant to the general sales manager.

In 1912 Mr. Wallerich returned to Indianapolis as sales manager of the Mais Motor Truck Company. In 1915 he became district manager for the Hupp Motor Car Company. In 1918 he went to Washington, D. C, where he was in the employ of the government, buying motor cars for army use. In 1919 he returned to Indianapolis and affiliated with the E. W. Steinhart Company.

In 1921 he formed the C. H. Wallerich Company, representing Dodge Brothers, manufacturers of the motor cars bearing that name.

Mr. Wallerich has a number of club affiliations, belonging to the Society of Automobile Engineers, Chamber of Commerce, Hoosier Alotor Club, Columbia Club, Art Association, Kiwanis Club, Highland Golf and Country Club, Indianapolis Athletic Club, Detroit Athletic Club, Little Theatre Society, and Athenaeum. His Masonic affiliations include Ancient Landmarks, No. 319, Keystone Chapter, R. A. M., Indiana Consistory Scottish Rite and the Murat Temple of the Mystic Shrine.

On February 9,1911, Mr. Wallerich married Miss Inez Foley in Indianapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallerich have one daughter, Alice Elizabeth.

The family resides at 3916 Washington Boulevard. pg. 639 - Indianapolis men of affairs, 1923; a volume in which appears a compilation of portraits and biographies of men of achievement of the great Indiana capital , 1923, Paul Donald Brown American Biographical Society






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