|Jeff Jahn (#46816595)|
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Always been interested in genealogy since my parents split when I was 2. Never knew much on my dads side because of it. Really got interested after the birth of my two kids though. It has helped me get back in contact with my dad family. The Jahn's came from somewhere in Prussia and ended up in Oquawka, Il. Later then moved to Keokuk County, Iowa, then Osceola County, Iowa and last Minnesota.|
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|R Timm||Ruth Schultz Bio|
Retired District 77 employee Ruth J. Schultz, 72, of Mankato died Thursday, Feb. 1, 2001, at her home.
Services are 10:30 a.m. Monday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Mankato, the Rev. Paul D. Nolting officiating. Burial is in Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery.
Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mankato Mortuary and continues one hour before services Monday at the church. Memorials are preferred to Immanuel Lutheran Church or donor’s choice.
Mrs. Schultz was born Oct. 12, 1928, to Robert and Anna (Fennern) Fenger at Willow Lake Township, Redwood County. She graduated from Wabasso High School in 1947 and married Gordon L. Schultz August 8, 1948, at Springfield. She had worked as a cook at Mankato West High School and Monroe School. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ladies Auxiliary and Women’s Study Guild. She enjoyed quilting, collecting antique glassware and flower gardening. Mrs. Schultz is survived by her husband; one daughter, Lori Batt of Mankato; three sons, David and his wife, Jane, Donald and his wife, Sherry, and Larry and his fiancée, Pam Jorgensen, all of Mankato; 10 grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; two sisters and their husbands, Verna Wood and Glenn of Webster, Wis., and Verona Jessop and Gerald of Spicer; and nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by five sisters and two brothers, including her twin.
Added by R Timm on Sep 08, 2016 9:11 AM
|kathy harris||RE: Hello|
Sorry for the long response time, but no I'm not connected to Martha Ray.
I don't know anything about her or I would help you out. I'll ask my grandmother if she does and if I can find out any leads I'll send them your way.
|William Tellin||RE: Thanks|
The story on the Gumm head stone is Abby always hit the stone while doing field work. He finally dug it up which as you can see was a big job. Pulled the stone to the farm yard and told Maxine that this will be my tombstone. When he was have in put in the cemetery some of the Church Fathers objected but Abby won out. It always has caused a What the heck! any way I have always liked it Thanks Bill Tellin
Just running across this website, since I love it so much, and just wondered if you by chance are any relation to the Neihart family?
Added by Sarge85 on Apr 27, 2016 4:22 PM
|Rose & Dale Svitak||RE: Thanks|
you are very welcome.
|nita stolns||Rella Belle Miller Toney|
I can't thank you enough for letting me manage the Memorial of Rella Toney. I just filled in a bio for her and connected family members. Thanks for all you do on Find A Grave.
|BrideyLight||RE: Glenn Gordon Canaday|
Hi again Jeff: I have posted your 9/26 discoveries on Glenn's memorial for the benefit of other family members. Thanks again for your research on Audre! Kind regards, BL
|BrideyLight||Polk, Johnson, Willard, Mellinger!|
Welp, you've got quite a few trails to follow there, Jeff! Nice going on the tracking Audre's history! Kind regards, BL
|BrideyLight||RE: Glenn G Cadaway|
Dear Jeff: When Audre married Glenn, what was her surname on the marriage license which you found from Nevada? Was it the same surname as the children listed in Glenn's obituary? It is also possible that the children listed in Glenn's obituary were Audre's from more than one marriage back in time. Good luck in your search for Audre's relatives! Kind regrads, BL
|Mary Ann Nauman||polka|
hi jeff i did a little digging i came up with a henrietta polka married a. g, heaton on oct 25, 1873 in keokuk, Iowa that would make henrietta 20 yrs old and from the two polka deaths she would of been 18. he is Adelpha George Heaton lot older then her, had two kids Henrietta's born feb. 2, 1853 died jan. 9, 1879 he married a Margaret L after her death don't know if this is right, but might help you
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