Andreas Henrik Stibolt

Jens Peter Stibolt

Et af Andreas Henrik Stibolts oldebørn. Ældste søn af Jens Peter Stibolt (1812-1887) og

Caroline Dorothea Wielhilde Ehlert (1816-1905). 

Deres børn

Jens Peter Stibolt.

Født 22 januar 1843 i Haderslev, Danmark. Død 30. marts 1880 i Davenport, Iowa.

Købmand i Davenport.

Gift 6. oktober 1869 i Davenport med Louise Hass, født 21. maj 1848 i Tyskland. Død 11 marts 1935 i Californien.

Louise Hass var datter af Detlef Hass fra Nordtyskland ( - 1896) og Margarita Schroeder ( - 1859). Familien immigrerede til USA i 1852.

Græsser ved Holstein, Iowa. Foto: JC

The John C Schricker House.

The E, A. Shaw House.

Jens Peter Stibolt og Louise Hass fik 3 børn. Den ældste, Lillie May Stibolt, blev gift med arkitekt Gustaf Adolph Hanssen, som blev en kendt arkitekt i Davenport og senere i San Diego.

Architecture Guide, Davenport, Iowa, indeholder omtale af 3 bygninger tegnet af Gustav Adolph Hanssen:

1. 436 W. 7th St., c. 1898. The Fredericka (Tank) & Alexander Naeckel House. Strong American Foursquare and Craftsman style influences with Queen Anne Style carryover. Built by architect Gustav Adolph Hanssen. Naeckel had a paint and wallpaper store.

2. 504 W. 7th St., c. 1894. The Paula (Bruhn) & Louis Hanssen, Jr. House. Craftsman style house withe four-season porch designed by Louis´ brother Gustav Adolph Hanssen. Louis Hanssen was a billing clerk for Serg & Williams, a teller for Davenport Bank, and treasurer and president of Louis Hansen Sons Hardware.

3. 709 Brown St., c. 1895. The Wilhelmine "Minnie" (Glassman) & William H. Wiese House. Exotic Revival movement, Moorish Villa style designed by Gustav Adolph Hanssen, Wiese was a commercial baking manufacturer, president, American Commercial & Savings Bank (German Savings Bank), and a civic leader.

Andre kendte bygninger i Davenport::

The E.A. Shaw House is located on the east side of Davenport, Iowa, United States. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984.[1]. E.A. Shaw was associated with the local lumber firm of Renwick, Shaw & Crossett. He also had extensive timber land holdings in Minnesota and other areas of the country.[2] Shaw had this house built as a family residence around 1901. Davenport architect Gustave Hanssen designed this house in the Queen Anne style. It is a fine local example of the late period of the style's development.[2] The house features the asymmetry and irregularity found in Victorian architecture and combines it with neoclassical details. Its location on a corner lot at the crest of long hill down to the Mississippi River and its corner tower lend additional prominence to the house.[2] This frame structure is built on a masonry foundation. The exterior is covered with extremely narrow clapboarding. The wrap-around porch features paired columns in the Doric order that rest on stone pedestals. Engaged columns in the Ionic order are found on the third stage of the semicircular corner tower. Egg-and-dart molding is located below the cornice, and a Palladian window is located in the south gable. A porte-cochere is located on the southwest corner of the house.

The John C. Schricker House is part of the Riverview Terrace Historic District in the West End of Davenport, Iowa, United States. It has also been listed individually on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983. John Schricker was a stone and marble contractor. His work included the Dillon Memorial in downtown Davenport and the Iowa Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument on the grounds of the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines. Schricker became a partner along with Captain Chris Schricker and F.G. Roddler in the Davenport Pearl Button Company in 1895. The company made buttons from clam shells harvested from the Mississippi River. They remained in business until the 1930s. Schricker hired Davenport architect Gustav Hanssen, who was also responsible for the rectory at Sacred Heart Cathedral and the Central Fire Station, to design his house.

The residence is a sophisticated example of the symmetrical Georgian Colonial Revival style. It features an elegant front porch held up with Doric columns and a veranda above. Paired pilasters frame the front porch and are capped with Ionic capitals. The tripartite articulation of the façade is somewhat unusual with its pedimented end bays. Double doors form the main entrance into the house and they are framed by side lights and a transom. Access to the veranda is through a rounded archway of brick.

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Born in Iowa in 1871, Gustav A. Hanssen came to San Diego in 1908 where he apprenticed with the US Navy at North Island, and later went into private practice in the downtown area of San Diego.  During his career in San Diego, he was one of the original members of the San Diego Architecture Association, the predecessor to the current day AIA.  Mr. Hanssen designed and built many homes in San Diego.  Unfortunately, only a few remain as many were razed when downtown San Diego was developed.  However, in addition to the beautiful Reynolds (formerly the Stadler/Hanssen) home on Rosecrans Street, the A. F. Hunt home at 3255- 2nd Avenue still stands, as does Fire Station #4, built in 1937 by the WPA during F. D. Roosevelt’s administration.  Mr. Hanssen died January 4, 1944 in San Diego.

Lillie May Stibolt, født 3. februar 1871 i Rock Island, Illinois.

Gift 28. juni 1894 i Davenport med arkitekt Gustaf Adolph Hanssen, født 22. november 1869 i Davenport.


Daphne Louise Hanssen (1896-1980).

Arthur Christian Hanssen (1906-1940)

John Peter Stibolt, født 26. februar 1874 i Davenport, Iowa. Død 6. oktober 1953 i San Diego, Californien.

Gift 5. marts 1901 med Jessie Anne Ziegler.

Gift 23. april 1907 med Alma Emilia Denkmann ( - 1937)..

Gift 15. oktober 1938 med Frances Adelaide Rust (1887-1941)

Arthur Henry Stibolt, født 8. april 1880 i Davenport. Død 1. august 1930 i San Diago, Californien.

Gift 18. januar 1915 med Gladys Celesta Scofield, død 9. maj 1945.


Martha Louise Stibolt, født 29. december 1919 i Californien, død 30. december 2005. Gift 28. juni 1941 i LA med Robert Skene Tucker, født 1920.