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31-Jul-2013  

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RUDER : DOEFLER : HERKLOTZ : PFANNENSTIEL : STOECKLEIN  

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Descendants of Anna Ruder Anna Ruder was a Housewife and was "White" Vincent Stoecklein was a farmer and was "White" Children of Anna Ruder and Vincent Stoecklein is: 1. John Peter Stoecklein, born January 05, 1904 in Ellis County, Munjor, Kansas 2. Melvin Stoecklein who lived at some time in Brighton CO 3. Carl Stoecklein. Generation No. 2 . John Peter Stoecklein was born January 05, 1904 in Ellis County, Munjor, Kansas. He married Julia "Jule" Josephine Marger, daughter of William Marger and Josephine Millucaavay? More About John Peter Stoecklein: Fact 1: AKA - Lem Stecklin, Lem Steckland, "Hill-Billy" Stecklin, "Hill-Billy Srecklin Fact 2: Possibly married previously - wealthy spouse (we have a wedding picture with John Peter as the groom, but the bride is not anyone my husband's mother knows.....and it appears to be from a wealthy family...) Fact 3: Occupation: Carnival/Pro Wrestler with pet raccoon and skunk! More About Julia "Jule" Josephine Marger: Fact 1: Occupation: Ferris Wheel Ticket Saleslady, Homemaker, loved to entertain and play cards. Children of John Stoecklein and Julia Marger are: 1. deceased Stoecklein, born Abt. 1932. 2. Living Stoecklein, born 1938 in Springfield, Illinois Children of deceased Stoecklein are: 1 Stoecklein. 2 Stoecklein. 3 Stoecklein. 4 Stoecklein. Children of living Stoecklein are: 1 Sexton (my husband) 2 Sexton Character study on Christof & Helen Stoecklein The thoughts and recollections of them come to us through their youngest daughter, who at this writing was still living in Hays, Kansas. She is Catherine Zimmerman (Stoecklein). Both her parents, Christof and Helen came over to America on the same steam boat "SUEVIA" which landed in New York on AUGUST 3, 1876. With the help of guides and contacts there, they traveled westward, until they eventually landed in Victoria, KS. With this famous father, Peter Stoecklein, who was one of the five scouts to America from Russia before this trip took place, Christof and the Peter Stoecklein family finally moved to Munjor, Kansas. Christof was 17 years old at the time they came to America. There were six children living, as they landed and Christof was the third oldest living, but the fourth oldest born, since the oldest daughter Anna died on the voyage, and had to be buried at sea. The first job was to find work, and to. Raise money. Christof and his three brothers go some work on the United Pacific Rail4roaDIED His father, Peter Stoecklein, obtained a Homestead certificate # 991 in Wakeny, Kansas on AUGUST 1, 1883. He got 80 acres of land, seven miles south of Hays, KS. CHristof also got a Homestead Certificate #2854, adjacent to his fathers land, on AUGUST 7, 1888. He married Helena Herklotz on JANUARY 26, 1880, in Munjor, Kansas. With the Homestead Certificate, he obtained 180 acres of land right adjacent to his father, Peter Stoecklein. He farmed this land, as well as some plots of land near by, until his son Alexander went into the army for World War I. He then moved to Munjor, where he had a small home, and lived in their small Munjor home for the remainder of his life. He was always very quiet and never got overly excited He bore his burden of poverty graciously and his family honored him for it. He had cancer, and was sick quite a number of years. He died DECEMBER. 2, 1936, at the age of 76 years. He was married 56 years and reared their nine children. She was commonly called by the endearing name of "Lehnya". Her parents were Gottfried Herklotz and Mary Catherine Boos. When the people were making ready to leave Russia for America, Helena desperately wants to come along to America with her brother Carl Anton. Carl gave his parents a solemn promise that he personally would take care of "Little Lehnya." So, with that assurance, she came along. According to church records, she was born in "Paninskojje", or Schoenchen Russia, on MARCH 2, 1859. She came on the same boat as Christof. When Helena's group went westward, they first land in Leibenthal, and from there to Schoenchen, KS. Helena was by nature a kind girl and one who always helped others. She was happiest when she could do someone a favor. This story tells something about her spirit of congeniality. "She spent most of her life on her feet." This happened on the earliest times in Ellis County; the family needed jobs and money desperately. Her brother Carl told her that there were jobs in Salina, Kansas. "How do were eget there?" Henea asked "we walk there" was the answer. So they set our toward Salina, Kansas via the railroad tracks. When they finally got there, Helena's legs and feet were terribly sore and swollen. They took off their shoes but they couldn't get them back on again. So, Helena sat around the track, while her brother went to look for jobs. Luckily, after some time, he did return, with jobs for both of the MARRIED so they worked in Salina for a time. Christof and Helen were married in Munjor and started their life of their own. This started a long fifty six years of married life for them on the farm, which was situated seven miles south of Hays, KS. Here she spent many years with busy hands and busy feet. She always had a nice garden on that farm She grew many vegetables. One time she had an exceptionally large watermelon. She took this melon and toted it on foot, to Hays and sold it. With the money she brought back several shirts for Christof and his younger brother and a few other little things. She was very tired, but when she was the happy faces on the men who got the shirts, she forgot her pains and was just as happy as they wren. It was harder to tell who was happier, the recipient or the giver. Schooling was not open to all the children. The younger ones got to go, but not so the older ones, since they were needed on the far MARRIED after they moved down to Munjor, he did practically no work. His health was failing. It was common sight to see him on the porch, rocking him and smoking his pipe, while she kept rising around and in and out of the house. He finally died of cancer, and following this, she would stay with the children of her family, spending some time with all of the MARRIED she spent most of her years in Hays, where she died at the age of 92 years. All in Hays neighborhood where she stayed knew her and loved her. She never wore a hat in her life. She always wore dark clothes and a kerchief over her head called a "Babushka." After she died, the people missed that familiar figure, dressed in dark, walking to church, with the quick rapid steps. Character study on Christof & Helen Stoecklein the thoughts and recollections of them come to us through their youngest daughter, who at this writing was still living in Hays, Kansas. She is Catherine Zimmerman (Stoecklein). Both her parents, Christof and Helen came over to America on the same steam boat "SUEVIA" which landed in New York on AUGUST 3, 1876. With the help of guides and contacts there, they traveled westward, until they eventually landed in Victoria, KS. With this famous father, Peter Stoecklein, who was one of the five scouts to America from Russia before this trip took place, Christof and the Peter Stoecklein family finally moved to Munjor, Kansas. Christof was 17 years old at the time they came to America. There were six children living, as they landed and Christof was the third oldest living, but the fourth oldest born, since the oldest daughter Anna died on the voyage, and had to be buried at sea. The first job was to find work, and to. Raise money. Christof and his three brothers go some work on the United Pacif ic Rail4roaDIED His father, Peter Stoecklein, obtained a Homestead certificate # 991 in Wakeny, Kansas on AUGUST 1, 1883. He got 80 acres of land, seven miles south of Hays, KS. CHristof also got a Homestead Certificate #2854, adjacent to his fathers land, on AUGUST 7, 1888. He married Helena Herklotz on JANUARY 26, 1880, in Munjor, Kansas. With the Homestead Certificate, he obtained 180 acres of land right adjacent to his father, Peter Stoecklein. He farmed this land, as well as some plots of land near by, until his son Alexander went into the army for World War I. He then moved to Munjor, where he had a small home, and lived in their small Munjor home for the remainder of his life. He was always very quiet and never got overly excited He bore his burden of poverty graciously and his family honored him for it. He had cancer, and was sick quite a number of years. He died DECEMBER. 2, 1936, at the age of 76 years. He was married 56 years and reared their nine children. She was commonly called by the endearing name of "Lehnya". Her parents were Gottfried Herklotz and Mary Catherine Boos. When the people were making ready to leave Russia for America, Helena desperately wants to come along to America with her brother Carl Anton. Carl gave his parents a solemn promise that he personally would take care of "Little Lehnya." So, with that assurance, she came along. According to church records, she was born in "Paninskojje", or Schoenchen Russia, on MARCH 2, 1859. She came on the same boat as Christof. When Helena's group went westward, they first land in Leibenthal and from there to Schoenchen, KS. Helena was by nature a kind girl and one who always helped others. She was happiest when she could do someone a favor. This story tells something about her spirit of congeniality. "She spent most of her life on her feet." This happened on the earliest times in Ellis County; the family needed jobs and money desperately. Her brother Carl told her that there were jobs in Salina, Kansas. "How do were eget there?" Henea asked "we walk there" was the answer. So they set our toward Salina, Kansas via the railroad tracks. When they finally got there, Helena's legs and feet were terribly sore and swollen. They took off their shoes but they couldn't get them back on again. So, Helena sat around the track, while her brother went to look for jobs. Luckily, after some time, he did return, with jobs for both of the MARRIED so they worked in Salina for a time. Christof and Helen were married in Munjor and started their life of their own. This started a long fifty six years of married life for them on the farm, which was situated seven miles south of Hays, KS. Here she spent many years with busy hands and busy feet. She always had a nice garden on that farm She grew many vegetables. One time she had an exceptionally large watermelon. She took this melon and toted it on foot, to Hays and sold it. With the money she brought back several shirts for Christof and his younger brother and a few other little things. She was very tired, but when she was the happy faces on the men who got the shirts, she forgot her pains and was just as happy as they were. It was harder to tell who was happier, the recipient or the giver. Schooling was not open to all the children. The younger ones got to go, but not so the older ones, since they were needed on the farm after they moved down to Munjor, he did practically no work. His health was failing. It was common sight to see him on the porch, rocking him and smoking his pipe, while she kept rising around and in and out of the house. He finally died of cancer, and following this, she would stay with the children of her family, spending some time with all of the MARRIED she spent most of her years in Hays, where she died at the age of 92 years. All in Hays neighborhood where she stayed knew her and loved her. She never wore a hat in her life. She always wore dark clothes and a kerchief over her head called a "Babushka." After she died, the people missed that familiar figure, dressed in dark, walking to church, with the quick rapid steps. Reflections on Carl and Anna (Doefler) Stoecklein Carl H. Stoecklein was second oldest of the Christof and Helena Stoecklein family. The older children of Christof had to do a lot of heavy work in the family, since there was no help from any outside the family. The beginning years of the Stoecklin family were hard years. Carl was born SEPTEMBER 1, 1883, in Munjor, KS. He lived on his father's farm about seven miles south of Hays, KS. At the age of 21 years, on OCTOBER 25, 1904, he got married to Anna Dueler, in Munjor, Kansas. By this time, the ninth child was already born, and the Grandparents' family was already on handed after this marriage with Anna, they moved a few miles south of Munjor, KS. They lived there until 1907. Their farming and family increased, so they sold this small farm and came to Ness City, of Ness County, and bought a quarter section of land south of Ness City. In a few years latter, they bought another quarter section. They also rented some land to farm Added to this, they had some cattle, mostly for their own use and hogs and chickens. Farming was a family affair, and with five healthy boys, he got the work done. Carl was remembered as a tall, lanky and quiet man, with good judgment and a good father. He died DECEMBER 8, 1970 in Ness County, Ness City, and age 66 years. Anna Doefler, the mother, was born FEBRUARY. 16, 1886. She was the daughter of Conrad DOEFLER AND Elizabeth Schumacher. Elizabeth was the widow of Stanislaus Ruder and second wife of Conrad Doefler. This pair raised eleven children, one boy and one girl died young. The education of the parents was quite elemental, because the circumstances were quite different than they were for their children. They were all educated in the schools, and even high school. Raising the folder on the farm was different from raising them in a city, where the father was in businesses. On the farms, both the father and mother were present to control and mold the family. This they did with equal authority. It was a busy farm, but a happy farm they were most generous hosts when relatives and friends visited the MARRIED Deep religious instructions were always top priority. As could be seen from their children, the Faith was deeply implanting Died Anna Died Augustus 5, 1971 in Ness City, age 85 years. 2. The John and Anna Margaret Schumacher Family John Schumacher was born in Munjor, NOVEMBER 6, 1883. His parents were Anton Schumacher and Pauline (Ruder). John's father moved to Victoria, and had a General Merchandise store there in Victoria. He seemed to do well. John showed great interest in the business, so his father sent him to Salina, Kansas, to attend a business school there, so as to be able to run the affairs of the store. John married Anna Margaret Stoecklein on NOVEMBER, 22, 1904 in Victoria, KS. Business must have been good, because John’s father opened another store in Ellis, KS which John was destined to manage. This he did with great energy and dedication. John was business and Anna Margaret took care of the family. The two first children, of the five were born in Victoria. Those who vested at the Schumacher home were always met with a family that was enthusiastic and the welcome was warm and cordial. It was a real tragedy when John contacted a serious illness, and before toad long, died, living the mother the chore of raising the five children. Anna Margaret, or "Ammagrate" as she was usually called, was the mother of this small and unfulfilled family. She was born in Munjor, KS, FEBRUARY 21, 1886. She was, as were many of the girls of the Stoecklein family, very calm, and quiet, but a very good mother. When her husband John died, she immediately inherited a bundle of responsibility. There were now five children, the last girl, Lietta, being born only three months after her father's death. How to finance a family of five children was a real problem the grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Schumacher was a fair Godmother to this family. She took care of the furnishing of the clothing of the children and also many other sundry needs of the children. Added to that, Anna Margaret inherited 320 acres of land out near Ogalla, Kansas, from her grandfather Schumacher. This helped to keep body and soul together. Additional income was on hand through Anna Margaret's daily work as seamstress, which she built up into a business, but which was conducted from her home. She did not live far from the church, so when the priests needed someone who could cook for them, Anna Margaret was always glad to oblige. The priests paid MAY even social calls on her to encourage her in her big task. The children were in all agreement about their mother's character: She was extremely kind and never had an enemy. She was most generous with her help and work. She died at the age of 87 years, after a completed full life. Adam Rohleder MARRIED to Eva Maria, migrated to Gross-Winternheim in 1670. Nowhere does it say where they came from He was a master tailor. He belonged to the Catholic parish. He was a respected man and elected major of the city. Philip Rohleder Son of Adam was born in 1673. Johann Theodore Rohleder Son of Philip was born in 1708 and died in 1793, at age 85 in OberIngelheim Peter Rohleder Born in 1732 died in 1779 at age 47 in Ober-Ingelheim Dr. Hellriegel told me to write to Scwabenheim, Germany where he felt records would show those who in 1765 migrated from Germany. Peter Rohleder married Catherine Niederquell. (Both lived in Russia) approx. 1800. The Niederquells were of the Lutheran faith. It is note-worthy that Niderquell is found today in Mainz, Germany near the village where the Rholeders live. Anton Rohleder married Barbara Meier. (Both lived and died in Russia). Anton died JANUARY. 13, 1903 and Barbara died AUGUST. 24, 1907. Nicholas Rohleder married Clementina Geier; 2 Mary Herman. The name was also spelled Herrmann, and Herman. Nicholas was born MARCH 25, 1861 in Graf, Russia and died APRIL 14, 1939 in Victoria, Kansas. His 1st wife Clementina was born in Graf, Russia and died in North Brothers Island, New York in Mar of 1892. Nicholas had 2 children from this wife: Mary born in 1888 and Peter or Pete in 1890. Nicholas Rohleder and Clemintina and the 2 children left Graf, Russia for America in the early part of 1892. They boarded the S.S. Gelelrt in Hamburg, Germany and after a long trip landed in New York Mar 14, 1892. When they arrived Clemintina was sick with a contagious disease. She died shortly thereafter and in buried in North Brothers Island, New York. Nicholas then came west with the 2 small children to Victoria, KS early in 1892. His aunt Catherine (Rohleder) Dreiling helped with the children. One can imagine the grief, the heartache as Nicholas left his young wife behind in a cemetery in New York and the train trip with the two small children must have seemed like an eternity until he reached Victoria, KS. He was a typical German man, stoic, religious and great faith. This is what sustained his difficult time. On JANUARY. 16, 1893, Nicholas married Mary Herman, a single girl and daughter of Anton Herman and Elizabeth Dreiling. He was 32 years old and Mary was 20 years old Mary had a fairly good background She was the great-granddaughter of Barbara Goetz and John Dreiling III-2 fine families in the history of our people. Mary and Nicolas had 12 children together. Along with the 2 children from his 1st wife, they raised 14 children. Nicolas and Mary lived on a far northwest of Emmer Married He purchased land from the railroaded they attended church in Emmer an, Kansas. At one time there was a church, school, and grocery store along with a number of small houses in the community. Nicolas and Mary owned one of these houses which were used on Sunday's but was an un-occupied during the remainder of the week. Nicholas and Mary retired in 1924 and moved to Victoria, KS where they lived across from the cathedral of the Plains. Mary died MAY 9, 1931 in Victoria and Nicholas died APRIL 14, 1939. Schumacher Genealogy First Generation John Schumacher BORN Russia DIED Russia MARRIED (1) Unknown MARRIED (2) Katherine (Wentler) DIED Munjor, Kansas, 19 Mar 1897. She was married first to? Exner. She immigrated from Wittman, Russia, by way of Hamburg, Germany, to Munjor, Kansas, in July 1876. Two children by Exner remained in Russia. Five children by Schumacher's sons by his firs wife accompanied her Children of 2nd Generation (Schumacher) Heinrich, c. ca 1846 DIED 12 September 1927 Johan Jacob BORN 1 NOVEMBER 1847; DIED 22 FEBRUARY 1909 Children of 2nd Generation Elizabeth BORN 29 JUNE 1855; DIED 21 JUNE 1914 Anton BORN 8 SEPTEMBER 1862 DIED 4 SEPTEMBER 1929 Franziska BORN 16 MAY 1863 DIED 29 NOVEMBER 1933 Maria Katherine BORN 10 Mar 1867 DIED 19 JANUARY 1835 Clara BORN 8 NOVEMBER 1870 DIED 13 Mar 1953 Second Generation Heinrich Schumacher (John) BORN 1846 DIED 12 September 1927 MARRIED Maria Ann Depperschmidt BORN 1845 DIED 23 MAY 1909 Children of 3rd Generation (Schumacher) Katherine BORN 1874 DIED 14 NOVEMBER 1943; MARRIED Andrew Wittman BORN 1871 DIED 23 NOVEMBER 1947 Anna BORN 17 AUGUST 1878 DIED 16 Mar 1951 MARRIED Jacob J. Land BORN Topeka, KS 25 Mar 1876 DIED 19 FEBRUARY 1941, son of Jacob Lang and Susan (Urban) Rosa BORN 1884 DIED 13 SEPTEMBER 1966 (Sister Liberata) Mary BORN 21 JUNE 1888 DIED 16 JULY 1946 MARRIED John J. Brungardt BORN 15 SEPTEMBER 1887 DIED 1 JULY 1968 Second Generation Johan Jacob Schumacher (John) BORN 1 NOVEMBER. 1847 DIED 22 FEBRUARY 1909 n. Anna Maria Derailing BORN 17 September 1851 DIED 14 APRIL 1940 Children of 3rd Generation (Schumacher Pauline BORN 4 JULY 1888 DIED JUNE 1943 MARRIED Roney Dreher BORN 26 SEPTEMBER 1888 DIED 24 Mar 1974 Clifford BORN 1896 DIED 1929 Mary BORN 27 MAY 1906 MARRIED Joe Gerschner Second Generation Elizabeth Schumacher (John) BORN 29 JUNE 1855 DIED 21 JANUARY 1914 MARRIED (1) Stanislaus Ruder MARRIED (2) Conrad Doerfler BORN 1847 DIED 18 APRIL 1929, son of George Doerfler and Elizabeth (Seib) Children of 3rd Generation (Ruder) Anna Maria BORN 15 AUGUST 1875 DIED 14 APRIL 1949 MARRIED John Klaus BORN 25 AUGUST 1875 DIED 3 OCTOBER 1948 John S. BORN 2 APRIL 1884 DIED 10 OCTOBER 1918 MARRIED Margaret Rohr BORN 28 AUGUST 1887 DIED 30 JUNE 1966 Children of 3rd Generation (Doerfler) Ann BORN 16 FEBRUARY 1886 DIED 5 AUGUST 1971 MARRIED Carl Steckline BORN 1 SEPTEMBER 1883 DIED 8 DECEMBER 1970 Alex BORN 23 Mar 1888 DIED 15 JULY 1951 MARRIED Crescentia (Schumacher), BORN 24 FEBRUARY 1902 DIED 10 DECEMBER 1983 daughter. of Anton Schumacher and Agnes (Leiker) Clara BORN 12 APRIL 1889 DIED 20 Mar 1966 MARRIED JoSEPTEMBERh Rohr BORN 15 MAY 1894 DIED 23 Mar 1923 Anton BORN JULY 1891 DIED SEPTEMBER 1908 Albert BORN 15 NOVEMBER 1892 DIED 21 JUNE 1934 MARRIED Anna (Rohr) BORN 15 MAY 1894 DIED 23 Mar 1923 Agnes BORN 30 APRIL 1896 DIED 8 JULY 1974 MARRIED Jacob Urban BORN 24 DECEMBER 1891 DIED 29 MAY 1973 Philomena BORN 24 JULY 1900 MARRIED Fidelis Befort Katherine BORN 5 APRIL 1902 MARRIED Lawrence Rohr Second Generation Anton Schumacher (John) BORN 8 SEPTEMBER 1862 DIED 4 September 1929 MARRIED Pauline (Ruder) BORN Wittman, Russia 16 FEBRUARY 1866 DIED 22 SEPTEMBER 1935, august of Henry Ruder and Anna (Wasinger) Children of 3rd Generation (Schumacher) John BORN 6 NOVEMBER 1883 DIED 5 APRIL 1918 MARRIED Anna Margaret (Stoecklein) BORN 21 FEBRUARY DIED 26 NOVEMBER 1973 Joseph BORN 11 NOVEMBER 1887 DIED 23 On 1918 MARRIED Anna Dreiling BORN 20 NOVEMBER 1888 DIED 30 JUNE 1956, daughter. of Peter N. Dreiling and Elizabeth (Richmeier) Rosa BORN 14 DECEMBER 1888 DIED 2 MAY 1971 MARRIED Fred Herman BORN MAY 1885 DIED 17 OCTOBER 1947 Anna BORN 12 OCTOBER 1890 DIED 9 Mar 1977 MARRIED Peter N. Dreiling BORN 10 SEPTEMBER 1888 DIED 8 OCTOBER 1979 Henry BORN 23 MAY 1892 DIED 10 DECEMBER 1949 MARRIED Pauline Dreiling Emam BORN 12 APRIL 1894 DIED 5 September 1973 MARRIED Don Stansberry Clem A BORN 4 AUGUST 1901 DIED 21 Mar 1964 MARRIED Charlotte (Markey) BORN 1 FEBRUARY 1901 DIED 10 SEPTEMBER 1967 Bena BORN 20 FEBRUARY 1905 DIED 6 DECEMBER 1959 MARRIED 5 NOVEMBER 1925 Wilma (Hamburg) BORN 23 APRIL 1908 daughter of Ernest Henry Frederick Hamburg and Louise (Huber) Peter BORN 4 MAY 1907 DIED 15 September 1958 Edmund BORN FEBRUARY 1910 DIED 26 APRIL 1985 Second Generation Franziska Schumacher (John) BORN Wittman, Russia 16 MAY 1863 DIED 27 NOVEMBER 1933 MARRIED John Niernberger BORN Obermonjou, Russia 16 MAY 1862 DIED 6 JANUARY 1945, son of John Niernberger and Elizabeth (Sieb) Children of 3rd Generation Niernberger Alexander A Nicholas N JoSEPTEMBERh J Katherine Maria Annamaria Clara Rosa Anton Edgar J Mathilda Adolph E Second Generation Maria Katherine Schumacher (John) BORN 10 Mar 1867 DIED 19 JANUARY 1935 MARRIED Andreas Stoecklin BORN 18 APRIL 1865 DIED 13 MAY 1925 Children of 3rd Generation Stoecklien Anton BORN 4 SEPTEMBER 1886 DIED 4 SEPTEMBER 1886 Anna BORN 24 SEPTEMBER 1887 DIED 21 NOVEMBER 1948 MARRIED John Ruder BORN 25 FEBRUARY 1885 DIED 26 OCTOBER 1935 Katherine BORN 15 OCTOBER 1889 DIED 23 OCTOBER 1918 MARRIED Alex E. Wert BORN 28 JUNE 1889 DIED 26 JULY 195 Anton BORN 7 DECEMBER 1890 DIED 3 DECEMBER 1973 MARRIED Rosa (Ruder) BORN26 JUNE 1891 DIED 24 OCTOBER 1956 Fred BORN 25 MAY 1892 Martin BORN 15 Mar 1894 DIED 19 AUGUST 1971 MARRIED Anna (Depperschmidt) Joseph BORN 3 MAY 1896 MARRIED Clara (Werth) BORN 30 September 1898 DIED 3 MAY 1957 Rosa BORN 13 JUNE 1898 MARRIED John A. Werth Agatha BORN 27, FEBRUARY 1900 MARRIED Alex E. Pfannenstiel BORN 28 FEBRUARY 1897 DIED 20 JULY 1969 Clara BORN 3 APRIL 1902 DIED 24 JANUARY 1940 MARRIED Jake Zimmerman Seraphine BORN 15 OCTOBER 1903 MARRIED Leo Meis Mary BORN 30 Mar 1905 MARRIED Paul Seib Techla BORN 8 AUGUST 1908 DIED 8 AUGUST 1908 Ludwina BORN 26 June 1910 MARRIED Frank Boos Nichodemus Stoecklein. He was born 9-27-1906 and died 12-26-1915 in Highpoint, KS. His burial was the first burial in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Highpoint, KS, just south of Bazine, KS. 3. Anna Schumacher, you are right that Anna married Joseph Schreibvogel and Johann Jacob Pfannenstiel, but you have the order wrong. Anna married Joseph Schreibvogel first, had her children, then after Joseph died, she married Johann Jacob Pfannenstiel. For Anna and Johann Pfannenstiel, this was the second marraige for both. Johann' first wife was Margaret Yunker https://www.facebook.com/groups/1401240846757968/
   

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