|Birth: ||Mar. 6, 1873, Russian Federation|
|Death: ||Jun. 18, 1952|
San Joaquin County
K. BAUMBACH PASSES AWAY*
Konrad G. Baumbach, 79, Lodi, died in a local hospital yesterday after a short illness. Mr. Baumbach was a native of South Russia and had been a Lodi resident for the past 40 years. He came to Lodi from Menno, S.D. He was the husband of Mrs. Christine Baumbach, Lodi, and is survived by nine children, John, Stockton; Lewis, Lodi; Mrs. Magdalena Brooks, Fresno; Mrs. Tillie Cooke, Stockton; Mrs. H. H. Isaac, Palo Alto; Fred, Sonora; Otto, Madera; Mrs. Jack Kennedy, Stockton; and Phillip Baumbach, Pittsburg; 21 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Lena Reimche, Mrs. Lydia Seibel and Mrs. Katie Curtis, all of Lodi; three brothers, David, Lodi; George, Stockton; and Jake, Fresno. Services will be held at 2pm Monday in the chapel of Lodi Funeral Home. Interment will be in Lodi Cemetery.
Source: Lodi News Sentinel (Thurs. June 19, 1952 Pg 1)
K. G. BAUMBACH, numbered among the successful viticulturists of the Lodi district of San Joaquin County, K. G. Baumbach shows careful supervision and progressive methods in the care of his fine seventy-two-acre vineyard and orchard located on the Woodbridge Road north of Lodi. He was born in the rural district near Krem, South Russia, on March 6, 1872, the son of George and Charlotte (Delk) Baumbach, both parents are natives of South Russia who came to America and located in South Dakota, where they homesteaded land and there both parents passed away.
K. G. Baumbach spent his boyhood on his father's farm working during vacation periods and attending the public school in Hutchinson County during the winter months until he was twenty-two years old, when he started out for himself by buying a half-section of grain land adjacent to his father's farm. His marriage occurred at Menno, in 1893, uniting him with Miss Margaret Maas, born at Krem, South Russia, the daughter of Gottlieb and Magdalena Maas, both natives of South Russia who came to the United States and settled in South Dakota when their daughter was a young girl. In 1905 Mr. Baumbach sold his property in South Dakota and came to California, and began ranching. He has owned different places, some of which he improved to vineyard and then sold. He now owns an eight and three fourths-acre vineyard in South Hutchins, where he resides with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Baumbach are the parents of eleven children: John, Ludvig, Magdalena, Mathilda, Margaret, Martha, Fred, Ruby, Otto, Benjamin, and Phillip. In politics, he is a Democrat, and the family are members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church of Lodi.
History of San Joaquin Co., Ca. Los Angeles, Historic Record Co., 1923
George Johann Baumbach (1846 - 1920)
Margaret Maas Baumbach (1878 - 1923)
Lewis Baumbach (1896 - 1954)*
Ruby C. Baumbach Kennedy (1907 - 1966)*
Otto Eli Baumback (1909 - 1982)*
Benjamin G Baumbach (1910 - 1958)*
Konrad George Baumbach (1873 - 1952)
Elizabeth Baumbach Bechtold (1875 - 1941)*
Magdalena Baumbach Reimche (1879 - 1974)*
George David Baumback (1881 - 1964)*
Jacob George Baumback (1887 - 1970)*
Katherine Baumbach Curtis (1892 - 1963)*
David Baumbach (1894 - 1987)*
Lodi Memorial Cemetery
San Joaquin County
Plot: Pioneer I - Block 89, Lot 1 NE/4
Created by: Jackie Pauley
Record added: Aug 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55859037
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