Marie D Vogel is believed to have been Marie Van Porter, mother of Minnie Louise Vogel Fulcher Hurt. This believe is based on the following about Minnie Louise Vogel:
Minnie Louise Vogel has been proven to be the adopted daughter, Minnie Locklin, of Alfred M and Matilda J Locklin, as enumerated in the 1880 Milam Co., TX census. Minnie was enumerated as age 6 on that census and shown to be an adopted daughter born in TX. In 1900, 1910 and 1920, Minnie Fulcher was enumerated as born in TX. In the 1930 Austin, Travis Co., TX census, when she was living with her daughter, Gladys, and son-in-law, she was enumerated as born in NE and both her parents born in Holland.
Minnie's TX Death Certificate informant, her daughter - Gladys Mozelle Fulcher Reynolds, states Minnie was born in Council Bluffs, NE, which is now Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA. Gladys further informs that Minnie's parents were Louis Vogel and Marie Van Porter. I have linked in Marie D Van Porter Vogel in the bio of Minnie's memorial as I have concluded that since Minnie was born in Dec 1873 (TX or IA) and Marie D Vogel died in 1874, that Marie was her biological mother.
Further evidence that proves Minnie Locklin and Minnie Vogel are the same person is based on the 1910 Milam Co., TX census where Matilda (the adoptive mother) and her 2nd husband, James M Alexander, were enumerated as "Lodgers" in the household of James Theodore Fulcher and Minnie Louis Vogel Fulcher. In the 1920 Milam Co., TX Census of the James Theordore & Minnie Fulcher household, Matilda Alexander is still living in their household, but she was enumerated as the Mother-In-Law of the head of household, James T. Fulcher. Thus proving Minnie Louise Vogel and Minnie Locklin are the same person.
I have been unable to locate census records for Marie in TX, NE, IA or IN.
Not certain the below transcribed article is is for Marie Vogle, but it is very likely. [SLT] 10/15/2013.
Rockdale, Sept. 3, 1874. A family here by the name of Vogle were all poisoned last night -- father, mother and two children. The mother died this morning from the effects. The balance of the family are getting well.
Galveston Daily News
September 4, 1874
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Old City Cemetery
Maintained by: Sarah Locklin Taylor
Originally Created by: BeNotForgot
Record added: Feb 01, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65047749