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Gottlieb Reinbold
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Birth: Sep. 10, 1883
Death: Nov. 19, 1935

Reinbold, Gottlieb: (TS*: Sept 28, 1883-Nov 19, 1935); w/o Louise Holzer; {From the Reinbold Genealogy, Gottlieb was the 2nd son of Christain Reinbold and his 2nd wife, Louisa Hass. He was born Sept 20, 1883. He married Louise Holzer and their children were: Alice (1906, w/o Lewis Boleneus), Lena (1908-1923), Bertha (1909-1923), Gertrude (1911, w/o Albert Stuckle), Herman (1913), Hilda (1916, w/o Bill Thiringer), Walter (1919-1919), Claire (1920, w/o Francis King), Lenore (1923, w/o Lumarion Jurgensen), and Irene (1928, w/o Robert Luiten). Due to encouragement of Simon Reinbold, son of Mathias, three of the children of Christain Reinbold later came to the US, Gottlieb, Chris and Christina, to join them in the Pacific Northwest. "After Gottlieb and his wife Louise arrived, Simon and Kate took Gottlieb's newborn child, Alice, into their home to raise, as they had no offspring of their own." From this report, it is assumed that Gottlieb and his wife arrived in Egypt in the summer of 1906, with Alice's birth on 6-12-1906.} "An order appointing Mrs Louise Reinbold administratrix of the estate of her husband, Gottleib Reinbold, Egypt farmer, who died in a Spokane hospital Nov 20, of injuries suffered in an auto collision near Davenport, was signed this week. The $18,000 estate goes to Mrs Reinbold, six daughters and a son." (Odessa Record: 12-13-1935); "Injuries and shock sustained Tuesday evening in a truck-automobile accident near Davenport caused the death Wednesday night of Gottleib Reinbold, 55, farmer north of Davenport. Reinbold's car crashed head-on with a county truck loaded with gravel. He was taken to a hospital with both legs fractured, his face and head terribly cut and internal injuries received. Mr Reinbold, a member of the Reinbold family that came from Germany to this county in the old Fort Spokane days, had lived near Davenport since he was a youngster. He acquired several sections of land and was widely known as a grain and cattle man. He leaves his widow, a son, Herman, seven daughters, some of them married, and other relatives." (Odessa Record: 11-22-1935); "Selection of a jury for trial of the case of Mrs Rosalie Neff and the Gottleib Reinbold estate against Lincoln County began in superior court Wednesday with Judge W M Nevins reserving the right to make a ruling regarding the defendant's appeal from his order consolidating the two cases, after the jury is selected. The county wishes the cases tried separately. Gottleib Reinbold was fatally injured and Mrs Neff was injured seriously when Reinbold's car and a county truck were in a collision north of Davenport last November, and the trial is for more than $60,000 damages resulting from the wreck." (Odessa Record: 6-25-1936); 
 
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 Spouse:
  Louisa Holzer Reinbold (1886 - 1971)
 
 Children:
  Bertha Reinbold (1911 - 1923)*
  Gertrude A. Reinbold Stuckle (1911 - 2000)*
  Herman H. Reinbold (1913 - 2000)*
  Hilda D. Reinbold Thiringer (1916 - 2004)*
  Walter William Reinbold (1919 - 1919)*
  Irene Lucille Reinbold Luiten (1928 - 1994)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Egypt Cemetery
Lincoln County
Washington, USA
 
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Scotty
Record added: Nov 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44761810
Gottlieb Reinbold
Added by: Harold Detlaff
 
 
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