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Laura Amanda Wintjen Niffen
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Birth: Jul. 24, 1911
Calhoun County
Illinois, USA
Death: Apr. 19, 1974
Pike County
Missouri, USA

Daughter of Andreas Peter Wintjen & Sarah Amanda Preston.

Wife of George Lester Niffen

Laura and George had 16 children, which 5 of them died at a young age. Two of thier teenagers boy's drowned in the cold mississippi river while fishing along with 3 other boy's. It was a tragic event to all Louisiana, Mo resident's in 1957. Laura died 11 day's after George died. They both are buried at Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, Pike, Missouri.
Family links: 
  Andreas Peter Wintjen (1884 - 1933)
  Sarah Amanda Preston Wintjen (1890 - 1951)
  George Lester Niffen (1908 - 1974)
  Eugene Lester Niffen (1933 - 1937)*
  Wanda Louise Niffen Hartsock (1934 - 1968)*
  Sarah Amanda Niffen (1937 - 1937)*
  Glenda Mae Clark Niffen Moody (1938 - 2013)*
  Harold Alvin Niffen (1941 - 1957)*
  George Allen Niffen (1942 - 1957)*
  Ester Darlene Niffen Huff (1944 - 2001)*
  Robert Lee Niffen (1945 - 2016)*
  Joyce Ann Niffen (1955 - 1966)*
  Retha Leona Wintjen (1906 - 1930)*
  James Andrew Wintjen (1908 - 1968)*
  Laura Amanda Wintjen Niffen (1911 - 1974)
  Alvin Westley Wintjen (1913 - 1964)**
  Morna Leona Wintjen Ash (1915 - 1971)**
  Nettie Leota Wintjen Usherwood (1917 - 1962)*
*Calculated relationship
Riverview Cemetery
Pike County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Kimmy-G
Record added: Sep 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30087253
Laura Amanda <i>Wintjen</i> Niffen
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Laura Amanda <i>Wintjen</i> Niffen
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To my great grandma. I wish I could have met you, my mom still talks about your pancakes.
- Kevin Gilbert
 Added: Jan. 6, 2013
To Grandma: I love and miss you. I remember your peanut butter pancakes.
- Carolyn Hartsock
 Added: Jul. 8, 2012

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