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From Volkmarsen (Hessen-Kassel, Germany)
to South Dakota (United States)
A history of the Peter August Gottsleben family
 

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Volkmarsen

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Hessen-Kassel

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Familie Gottsleben in den Vereinigten Staaten
(Maryland, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota)

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Deutsche in Baltimore. Einwanderungshafen

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Peter August Gottsleben (1828-1882)

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Julius Frantz Gottsleben (1852-1926)

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Frederick (Fred) John Gottsleben (1878-1952)

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Fredrick (Fred) William Gottsleben (1901-1965)
 

 

Volkmarsen

Geschichte

Volkmarsen wurde im Jahre 1155 erstmals urkundlich in einer Corveyer Zehntliste erwähnt. In einem Schutzbrief von Papst Gregor IX. wurde Volkmarsen 1233 erstmals als Stadt bezeichnet. 1304 verpfändete das Kloster Corvey eine Hälfte der Stadt und der Kugelsburg an den Erzbischof von Köln; die zweite Hälfte erwarb sein Nachfolger im Jahr 1440. Seit 1507 gehörten die Stadt und die Burg zum Herzogtum Westfalen, nachdem das Kloster Corvey auf seine Rechte auf Rückerwerb verzichtet hatte. 1802 okkupierte Hessen-Darmstadt das Herzogtum Westfalen. Dabei kam es fast zum bewaffneten Konflikt, als sich Truppen von Hessen-Darmstadt und von Hessen-Kassel um den Besitz der Stadt stritten. Gleichzeitig erhob Erbprinz Wilhelm von Nassau-Oranien als neu eingesetzter Fürst von Nassau-Oranien-Fulda Ansprüche auf die Stadt. Zunächst konnte sich Hessen-Darmstadt durchsetzen, bis 1806 besagter Erbprinz die Stadt erhielt, die aber schon ein Jahr später zum napoleonischen Königreich Westphalen kam und zum Sitz des sogenannten Cantons Volckmarsen wurde. Nach dem Wiener Kongress 1814 erhielt Preußen die Stadt, trat sie aber 1817 an Kurhessen ab. 1866 wurde der Ort dann wieder preußisch, als Kurhessen von Preußen annektiert wurde. Am 1. April 1929 wurde der Freistaat Waldeck dem damaligen Land Preußen angegliedert. Seit 1945 gehört die Stadt zum Land Hessen.
     
Durch die Zugehörigkeit der Stadt zum Herzogtum Westfalen während und nach der Reformation blieb die katholische Konfession in Volkmarsen vorherrschend. Die katholischen Gemeinden sind dem Bistum Fulda angegliedert.

Quelle: Wikipedia (November 2015)
 

Volkmarsen
in Hessen-Kassel
(Geburtsort von
Peter August Gottsleben)

Wappen
von Volkmarsen

Rathaus
von Volkmarsen

 

Volkmarsen
 um 1800

 

 

Hessen-Kassel

Geschichte

Die Landgrafschaft Hessen-Kassel entstand 1567 durch eine Erbteilung der Landgrafschaft Hessen nach dem Tod des Landgrafen Philipp I. von Hessen, des Großmütigen. Der älteste Sohn Philipps, Wilhelm IV., erhielt mit Hessen-Kassel etwa die Hälfte des Territoriums einschließlich der Hauptstadt Kassel. Das Erbe der brüderlichen Linien Hessen-Marburg und Hessen-Rheinfels fiel nach deren Aussterben binnen einer Generation an Hessen-Kassel bzw. Hessen-Darmstadt zurück.

     
Während des amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitskrieges 1776–1783 hatte sich Hessen-Cassel vertraglich verpflichtet, Großbritannien 15 Regimenter, vier Grenadierbataillone, zwei Jägerkompanien und Artillerie zu überlassen. Es wird geschätzt, dass Hessen-Cassel über 16.000 Söldner (andere Quellen: 12.000 bzw. 19.000) zur Verfügung stellte und davon 6.500 Mann verlor. Der spätere General Adam Ludwig Ochs schätzt, dass ca. 1.800 hessische Söldner getötet wurden. Viele andere entschieden sich dafür, nach dem Krieg in Amerika zu bleiben, oder liefen schlicht über. Auch gerieten etliche in Gefangenschaft, allein während der Schlacht von Yorktown wurden ca. 1.300 deutsche Söldner gefangen genommen. Da die überwiegende Mehrzahl der deutschen Hilfstruppen aus Hessen kam, wird in den USA das Wort „die Hessen" häufig synonym für alle deutschen Söldner im Unabhängigkeitskrieg gebraucht. Die damit verbundenen Geldeinnahmen wurden zum großen Teil zur Finanzierung des geo-strategisch erforderlichen großen stehenden Heers und repräsentativer Anlagen genutzt sowie in die wissenschaftliche und künstlerische Entwicklung des Landes investiert. In diesem Zusammenhang sind besonders der Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, das dortige Schloss Wilhelmshöhe, die Löwenburg und die Kunstsammlungen zu nennen, die den Kernbestand der heutigen Museumslandschaft Kassel bilden. Aber auch die versehrten Soldaten und deren Familien erhielten Zahlungen, die Stiftung Unterneustädter Waisenhaus konnte ihren aus diesen Zahlungen entstandenen Kapitalstock bis in die Inflation der 1920er Jahre nutzen.

     
Gleichzeitig mit dem 1803 vollzogenen Reichsdeputationshauptschluss und der Säkularisierung der geistlichen Herrschaften wurde der Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel zum Kurfürsten des Heiligen Römischen Reichs Deutscher Nation erhoben. Daher wurde später die Bezeichnung Kurhessen oder Kurfürstentum Hessen für die Landgrafschaft Hessen-Kassel gebräuchlich. Kurhessen gehörte ab 1815 als Kurfürstentum Hessen dem neu geschaffenen Deutschen Bund an. Zum Gesamtstaat Kurhessen gehörten das Großherzogtum Fulda, hervorgegangen aus dem Fürstbistum Fulda, ferner die Fürstentümer Fritzlar, Hersfeld und Hanau. Weiterhin waren mehrere Exklaven Staatsteile von Kurhessen, so insbesondere die Grafschaft Schaumburg (um Rinteln) an der Weser (seit 1640) und die Herrschaft Schmalkalden (seit 1360/1583) im heutigen Thüringen, aber auch die fünf kleinen Exklaven Gericht Katzenberg (ab 1802/03), Amt Dorheim (1736-1806 und erneut ab 1816), Laubach (bis 1836), Barchfeld (als Teil der Herrschaft Schmalkalden) und Schöttlingen (als Teil der Grafschaft Schaumburg).

     
Die Titulatur des regierenden Fürsten lautete nunmehr: Kurfürst und souveräner Landgraf von Hessen, Großherzog von Fulda, Fürst zu Hersfeld, Fürst zu Hanau, Fürst zu Fritzlar und Fürst zu Isenburg, Graf zu Katzenelnbogen, Graf zu Dietz, Graf zu Ziegenhain, Graf zu Nidda, und Graf zu Schaumburg, etc., etc.

Hessen-Nassau um 1892
(ehemals auch Hessen-Kassel)

Aufenthaltsorte der Familie Gottsleben
in den Vereinigten Staaten
(Maryland, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota)
 

Vereinigte Staaten
(1892 - Westen)

Vereinigte Staaten
(1892 - Osten)

Baltimore

The history of the Germans in Baltimore began in the 17th century. During the 1800s, the Port of Baltimore was the second-leading port of entry for immigrants, after Ellis Island in New York City. Many Germans immigrated to Baltimore during this time. As of 2000, the German population made up 18.7% of Baltimore's population, with 478,646 people of German descent living in Baltimore. This makes the Germans the largest European population in the city. Following the War of 1812, a wave of German immigrants came from the Palatinate, Hesse, Bavaria, and Bohemia. Many fled from Germany between 1812 and 1814, during the War of the Sixth Coalition, in order to avoid military conscription into the Prussian Army. The port of Baltimore was developed as a gateway for immigrants during the 1820s. By 1850, 20,000 German-born people lived in the city. Between 1820 and 1860, Germans were the largest group of immigrants to Baltimore. This wave of immigrants created numerous German institutions, including banks, insurance companies, and newspapers. German immigrants also created a thriving German-language press, including publications such as the Baltimore Wecker.

     
Immigration from Germany increased again after the Revolutions of 1848 in Europe, bringing thousands of Forty-Eighters to Baltimore. By the time of the American Civil War, there were 32,613 German-born residents of Baltimore, not counting their American-born descendents. Many German immigrants were liberals and freethinkers who were politically active in opposing slavery, which at times attracted violent opposition from nativists and Confederate sympathizers. During the Baltimore riot of 1861, the office of the Baltimore Wecker was destroyed by mobs; the publisher, William Schnauffer, and the editor, Wilhelm Rapp, left the city due to the violence. The population continued to surge after the Civil War, due in large part to the agreement signed on January 21, 1867 between the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Norddeutscher Lloyd, a German steamship line which brought tobacco along with further German immigrants to the port of Baltimore from Bremen, Germany. German immigrants disembarked from the steamships at B&O's pier, which was located in Locust Point. By 1868, one-fourth of Baltimore's 160,000 white inhabitants were German-born and half of the remainder were of full or partial German descent.

     
Many of the German immigrants who arrived during the latter half of the 19th century were affluent German Jews who created a number of cultural institutions, including Yiddish theatres such as the Concordia Hall and the Convention Hall Theater. Beginning in the 1870s, many wealthy German Jews built lavish homes along Eutaw Street near Druid Hill Park. They also built several synagogues, such as the Eutaw Place Temple. By 1880, there were around 10,000 German Jews living in Baltimore, most of whom were of Bavarian and Hessian descent.

     
The German-born immigrant population in Baltimore peaked in 1890, when German-born Baltimoreans numbered 41,930 out of the total population of 365,863.

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

Im Jahr 1867 ging die Eisenbahngesellschaft »Baltimore and Ohio Railroad« eine weitreichende Partnerschaft mit dem Norddeutschen Lloyd ein. Passagiere auf der Linie Bremerhaven – Baltimore konnten so noch in Europa Fahrscheine in den Mittleren Westen erwerben und an der Pier in Baltimore direkt vom Schiff in die Bahn umsteigen. Baltimore wurde dadurch zeitweilig zum zweitwichtigsten Einwanderungshafen nach New York. Der Erste Weltkrieg beendete diese Partnerschaft.

Quelle: Wikipedia (März 2014)

Stammliste

Peter August Gottsleben



0.1
GOTTSLEBEN Peter August 54Jhr 3Mo 2Wo Schuhmacher (Shoemaker)
* 02.02.1828 Volkmarsen † 16.05.1882 Lebensorte: Volkmarsen Baltimore  

Geboren in Volkmarsen (Hessen-Kassel), ist Peter am 31. Oktober 1854 von Bremen aus über den Hafen von Baltimore mit dem Schiff "Elsfleth" in die USA eingewandert. 1860 wohnten er und seine Frau Elizabeth in der Baltimore Ward 19 und 1870 in der Baltimore Ward 7, Baltimore, Maryland. - Quellen: "Ancestry.de (Februar 2009; hier: United States Census 1860, 1870 <Peter Gottsleben; geboren ca. 1826 in Hessen-Kassel; Wohnort: Baltimore Ward 7, Baltimore, Maryland> und 1880; Brauer and Mills Stammbaum <Geburtsort: Kassel [?]. In den Adressbüchern von Kassel und Umgebung ist jedoch kein Peter A. Gottsleben zu finden>)", "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: Maryland, Baltimore Passenger Lists Index, 1820-1897 <31.10.1854 Einwanderung, Name: Peter Gottslebon, Alter: 26 Jahre, Beruf: Shoemaker, Letzter Wohnort: Volkmarsen>; United States Census, 1880 <Haushaltsvorstand: Peter Gottsleben, Wohnort: Baltimore, Maryland, Alter: 52 Jahre; Beruf: Shoe Maker; Geburtsort: Germany; Geburtsort der Eltern: Germany; Ehefrau: Elizabeth Gottsleben, Alter: 57 Jahre; Geburtsort: Germany; Sohn: Frederick Gottsleben, Alter: 22 Jahre, geboren in Maryland>; Maryland, Naturalization Indexes, 1797-1951 <hier: Peter H. Gottsleben; Maryland, United States; Birthplace: Hesse-Cassel>)", "Woods' Baltimore city directory, 1860 <Gottsleben Peter, shoemaker, 433 Lexington (Baltimore)>, 1867/68 und 1871 <Gottsleben Peter, shoemaker, 241 e Chase (Baltimore)>, 1872/1876/1878/1881/1882 <Gottsleben, Peter, shoemkr, 233 e Chase (Baltimore)>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".


Peter Gottsleben (1854)
(Maryland, Baltimore Passenger Lists Index, 1820-1897.
Department of labor, immigration and naturalization service)

oo
WERNER Elisabeth
* um 1823 Hannover Lebensorte:  Baltimore  

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1880 <Ehefrau von Peter Gottsleben: Elizabeth, Alter: 57 Jahre; Geburtsort: Germany>)", "Ancestry.de (August 2015; hier: United States Census 1860 <Elizabeth Gottsleben; geboren ca. 1816; Wohnort: Baltimore>, 1870 <Elizabeth Gottsleben; geboren ca. 1824; Wohnort: Baltimore> und 1880 <Elizabeth Gottsleben; geboren ca. 1823 in Hannover; Wohnort: Baltimore>; Brauer and Mills Stammbaum <Geburtsname: Elisabeth Werner>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)". .

1. Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z * .10.1852 † . .1926 Sioux Falls > 1.1
2. Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) J. * .um.1858

Geboren in Maryland, lebte Frederick 1880 noch im Haushalt seiner Eltern in Baltimore. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1880 <Name: Frederick Gottsleben; Wohnort: Baltimore, Maryland; Alter: 22; Familienstand: ledig; Beruf: Shoe Maker; Geburtsjahr (geschätzt): 1858; im Haushalt seiner Elter: Peter Gottsleben, 52 Jahre alt, geb. in Germany und Elizabeth Gottsleben, 57 Jahre alt, geb. in Germany>)", "Ancestry.de (Februar 2009; hier: United States Census 1870, 1880)", "Woods' Baltimore city directory, 1875 <Gottsleben Frederick, shoemkr, 233 e Chase (Baltimore)>, 1883, 1884 und 1886 <Gottsleben Elizab. wid. Peter, 233 e Chase Gottsleben Fred. J. shoemkr, 233 e Chase Baltimore )>", "R.L. Polk & Co.'s Baltimore city directory: containing a new map of the city, a carefully classified business directory, new and complete street directory, giving both the old and new numbers and an appendix of much useful information, 1888 <Elizab, wid Peter, 1207 e Chase Gottsleben Fred J. shoemkr, 1207 e Chase (Baltimore)>, 1890/91 <Gottsleben Fred J, 1207 e Chase>" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

3. Gottsleben Wilhelmina * .um.1859

Geboren in Maryland. - Quellen: "Ancestry.de (Februar 2009; hier: United States Census 1870)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

4. Gottsleben Mary Catherine * .um.1860 Baltimore † Baltimore

Quellen: "Ancestry.de (August 2015; hier: United States Census 1870; Brauer and Mills Stammbaum <Vorname: Mary Catherine; Geburts- und Sterbeort: Baltimore>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

5. Gottsleben Maria Magdalena * . .1861 Baltimore

Quelle: Ancestry.de (August 2015; hier: Brauer and Mills Stammbaum).

Generation 1


1.1 GOTTSLEBEN Julius Fran(t)z rk Farmer < 0.1
* 10.1852 Volkmarsen † 1926 Sioux Falls Lebensorte:  Baltimore Ocheyedan Sioux Falls
Eltern [?]: Gottsleben Peter August , Werner Elisabeth

Geboren in Volkmarsen (Hessen-Kassel), ist Julius als 17-Jähriger 1869 von Bremen aus über den Hafen von Baltimore in die USA eingewandert <Quellen: United States Germans to America Index, 1850-1897; Julius Gottslebon [Gottsleben]; Einreise von Bremen mit dem Schiff "Berlin" am 23. Oktober 1869 in Baltimore, Maryland; Alter: 16 Jahre; Geburtsort: Deutschland/Hessen; Beruf: Kaufmann/Merchant; Maryland, Baltimore Passenger Lists Index, 1820-1897; Julius Gottsleben aus Vol[k]marsen>. 1870 wohnte er bei seinem bereits am 31. Oktober 1854 in die Vereinigten Staaten eingereisten Vater/Onkel [?] Peter Gottsleben und dessen Ehefrau Elizabeth in der Baltimore Ward 7, Baltimore, Maryland <Quelle für Wohnort: United States Census 1870. Quellenmäßig ist noch nicht belegt, ob Peter und Elizabeth Gottsleben die Eltern oder Onkel/Tante von Julius Gottsleben sind; auf ein Verwandtschaftsverhältnis wurde über das Zusammenleben in Baltimore geschlossen>. Am 1. November 1884 wurde Julius Gottsleben in Freeport, Illinois amerikanischer Staatsbürger. Julius Gottsleben erwarb 1907 eine 18 Meilen nordwestlich von Philipp gelegene Ranch, die noch heute im Besitz der Familie Gottsleben ist. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1870, 1880 <hier Name: Julius Gottlieben [Gottsleben]; Wohnort: Baileyville, Ogle, Illinois; Beruf: Day Laborer; Geburtsjahr (geschätzt): 1851; Geburtsort: Germany; Geburtsort der Eltern von Julius Gottlieben [Gottsleben]: Germany; im Haushalt von Julius Gottlieben [Gottsleben] (29 Jahre alt) lebten 1880: Ehefrau Dena Gottlieben [Gottsleben] (26 Jahre alt, geb. in Germany), die Tochter Mary Gottlieben [Gottsleben] (5 Jahre alt, geb. Maryland) und die Söhne Fred Gottlieben [Gottsleben] (1 Jahr alt, geb. in Illinois) und Joseph Gottlieben [Gottsleben] (noch nicht ein Jahr alt, geb. in Illinois)>; Illinois, Northern District Naturalization Index, 1840-1950 <Julius Gottsleben; Naturalization 1884 in Freeport, Illinois>; Iowa State Census, 1895 <hier Name: Julius Gottsleven [Gottsleben]; Wohnort: Osceola, Iowa; Haushalt: Julius Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Christina Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Fred Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Joseph Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Paul Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Anna Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Tillie Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Julius Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Albert Gottsleven [Gottsleben], Wm Gottsleven [Gottsleben]>; United States Census, 1900 <hier: Wohnort: Ocheyedan & Allison Townships Ocheyedan town, Osceola, Iowa; 25 Jahre verheiratet; Geburtsdatum von Julius Gottsleben: Oct 1852; Geburtsort: Maryland [richtig Germany]; Jahr der Eheschließung (geschätzt): 1875; Einwanderungsjahr: 1878 [richtig 1869]; Geburtsort des Vaters und der Mutter von Julius Gottsleben: Germany; im Haushalt von Julius Gottsleben (48 Jahre alt) lebten 1900: Ehefrau Dena Gottsleben (48 Jahre alt, geb. in Germany), die Söhne Fred Gottsleben (23 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois), Joe Gottsleben (20 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois), Paul Gottsleben (18 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois), Julius Gottsleben (13 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois), Albert Gottsleben (11 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois), Willie Gottsleben (6 Jahre alt, geb. in Iowa), die Töchter Anna Gottsleben (16 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois) und Tillie Gottsleben (15 Jahre alt, geb. in Illinois)>, 1910 <hier Vorname Julis, geboren in Deutschland, eingewandert 1869> und 1920 <hier auch Name: Julius Gottslben>; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt des Sohnes Willie>; Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <Heirat der Tochter Maria>; South Dakota, State Census, 1915)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Michaels Cemetery, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, <Grabinschrift Gottsleben, Father Julius 1852-1926>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".


Julius Gottsleben (1869)
(Maryland, Baltimore Passenger Lists
Index, 1820-1897)


Julius Gottsleben
 (N
aturalization 1884
 in Freeport, Ill.)

oo um.1875
EBERT Cristina (Justenia) rk
* 1852 † 14.01.1922 Sioux Falls

Geboren in Deutschland. Um 1871 in die Vereinigten Staaten eingewandert. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900, 1910 <hier Vorname Justenia, geboren in Deutschland>, 1920; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt des Sohnes Willie; hier Name Cristina Ebert>; Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <Heirat der Tochter Maria; hier Name Justina Ebert>; South Dakota, State Census, 1915 <hier Geburtsname Ebert>)" und "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Michaels Cemetery, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, <Grabinschrift Gottsleben, Mother Justena 1852-1922; † 14.01.1922>)".


Saint Michaels Cemetery, Sioux Falls

Gottsleben


Father Julius
1852-1926


Mother Justena
1852-1922

1. Gottsleben Maria (Mary) 73Jhr 9Mo 2Wo * 08.03.1876 Baltimore † 26.12.1949 Blackfoot > 2.1
2. Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) 73Jhr 3Mo 1Wo * 02.10.1878 † 11.01.1952 Codington County
> 2.2
3. Gottsleben Joseph Peter (Joe) * 27.04.1880 Baileyville † . .1957 Clark County
> 2.3
4. Gottsleben Paul 84Jhr 4Mo 2Wo * 27.01.1882 † 11.06.1966 Philip
> 2.4
5.
Gottsleben Anna * .um.1884

Geboren in Illinois. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

6. Gottsleben Mathilda (Tillie) 59Jhr * .08.1885 † 24.11.1944 Saint Paul > 2.5
7.
Gottsleben Julius F. 85Jhr 3Mo 2Wo * 08.10.1887 † 26.01.1973 Stillwater

Geboren in Illinois. Julius last resided in Stillwater, Minnesota in Washington County. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900 und 1905; United States Census, 1910 <Julius Jottsleben [Gottsleben] im Haushalt von Mart Fieandt; Wohnort: Lead Ward 6, Lawrence, South Dakota; Mieter/Boarder: Julius Jottsleben [Gottsleben], 21 Jahre, geb. in Illinois>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 <Draft Registration, Omaha City , Nebraska; Geburtsdatum: 08.10.1888>; United States Social Security Death Index <Geburtsdatum: 08 Oct 1887>; Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002 <Geburtsdatum: 08.10.1888>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Guardian Angels Catholic Church Cemetery, Oakdale, Washington County, Minnesota; hier: * 1887 † 1973)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".



Julius F. Gottsleben
(Draft Registration June 5 1917)

Guardian Angels Catholic
 Church Cemetery, Oakdale

Julius F. Gottsleben
1887 † 1973

8. Gottsleben Albert * .10.1889

Geboren in Illinois. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

9. Gottsleben William Martin (Willie) 62Jhr 10Mo * 30.01.1894 Goewey Township † 02.12.1956 Quinn > 2.6


Gottsleben Ranch
Since 1907

Generation 2


2.1 GOTTSLEBEN Maria (Mary) 73Jhr 9Mo 2Wo rk < 1.1
* 08.03.1876 Baltimore † 26.12.1949 Blackfoot
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <Eltern: Julius Gottslaben und Justina Ebert; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt der Tochter Anna Agnes>)" und "Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen: Lebensdaten)".

oo 19.01.1897 Ashton
JOHANNES Bernhard (Barney) 88Jhr 5Mo 3Wo
* 26.09.1870 Burlington † 17.03.1959 Pocatello
Eltern: Johannes Nikolaus (Nicholas) , Kraemer Anna

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <Eltern: Nic. Johannes und Anna Reimer/oder Resner>; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt der Tochter Anna Agnes>)" und "Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen: Lebensdaten)".

1. Johannes Alfreda J. 92Jhr 6Mo 2Wo * 27.11.1898 Goewey Township † 13.06.1991 Pocatello > 3.1
2. Johannes Anna Agnes * 08.02.1902 Goewey Township † <.04.1910 Ashton

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935)" und"Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen: Lebensdaten)".


2.2
GOTTSLEBEN Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) 73Jhr 3Mo 1Wo rk < 1.1
* 02.10.1878 † 11.01.1952 Codington County
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Geboren in Illinois. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900, 1910 <hier Vorname: Guss>, 1920, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Mount Pleasant Township, Clark, South Dakota>; Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <hier auch Eintrag unter: Fred Gottesleben u. Fred Gottsleban; Ehefrau: Bertha Butler>; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt des Sohnes Fred W.>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 <hier vollständiger Name Frederick John Gottsleben und Geburtsdatum: 04 Oct. 1879>; South Dakota, State Census, 1915, 1925)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark, SD, hier: * 1878 †1952)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 18.02.1901 Osceola County
BUTLER Bertha M. 78Jhr 9Mo 1Wo rk
* 03.09.1877 † 11.06.1956 Codington County
Eltern: Butler William , Meyer (Meier) Wilhelmine Auguste (Minnie)

Geboren in Wisconsin. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Mount Pleasant Township, Clark, South Dakota>; Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 <hier auch Eintrag unter: Fred Gottesleben; Ehefrau: Bertha Butler; Eltern der Ehefrau: Wm Butler u. Minnie Meyers>; Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935 <Geburt des Sohnes Fred W.>; South Dakota, State Census, 1915 <hier Geburtsname: Bertha Butler>, 1925 <hier Geburtsname: Bertha Beuller>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark, SD; hier Geburtsname: Beuller)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

1. Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) William 63Jhr 10Mo 2Wo * 11.11.1901 Holman Township † 28.09.1965 Graceville > 3.2
2. Gottsleben George Albert 65Jhr 3Mo 1Wo * 05.04.1903 Clark † 14.07.1968 Lincoln
> 3.3
3. Gottsleben Anna (Annie) Mae 73Jhr 10Mo 3Wo * 25.11.1904 Clark † 17.10.1978 Watertown
> 3.4
4. Gottsleben Leo Leroy 85Jhr 7Mo 1Wo * 30.03.1907 † 11.11.1992 Minneapolis
> 3.5
5. Gottsleben Charles H. (Charley Chas) 77Jhr 11Mo 2Wo * 16.02.1909 † 02.02.1987 Clark

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910 <hier Vorname Charley>), 1920, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Mount Pleasant Township, Clark, South Dakota>; United States Social Security Death Index; South Dakota, State Census, 1915, 1925)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark, SD)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

6. Gottsleben Mary Isabelle * 14.10.1911 † .06.1995

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1920; South Dakota, State Census, 1925; Internationaler Genealogie-Index <Name: Mary Isabelle Gottsleben; * 14 Oktober 1911; + Juni 1995>).

7. Gottsleben Louise Cecilia 1Jhr 4Mo 3Wo * 23.01.1914 Clark † 15.06.1915 Clark

Quellen: "FamilySearch (September 2015; hier: Internationaler Genealogie-Index <Name: Louise Cecilia Gottsleben; * 23 Januar 1914 Clark, SD; + 15 Juni 1915 Clark, SD>)" und "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark, SD)".

Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark


Fred J. Gottsleben
1878
† 1952


Bertha B. Gottsleben
1877
† 1956



Louise C. Gottsleben
Jan. 23, 1914
/ June 15, 1915


2.3
GOTTSLEBEN Joseph Peter (Joe) rk Rural mail carrier < 1.1
* 27.04.1880 Baileyville † 1957 Clark County
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Geboren in Baileyville, Ogle, Illinois <United States Census 1880>. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census 1880 <Name: Joseph Gottlieben>, 1900, 1910 <hier im Haushalt seines Bruders Guss, i.e. Fred J. Gottsleben>) 1920, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Clark City, Clark, South Dakota>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 <hier vollständiger Name Joseph Peter Gottsleben und Geburtsdatum: 27 Apr 1880>; South Dakota, State Census, 1915 <hier Name Joseph Gottsleben, 35 Jahre, ledig, Ankunft in South Dakota um 1902, katholisch>, South Dakota, State Census, 1925 und South Dakota, State Census, 1945 <hier Ehedatum 1917)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark <Joseph P. Gottsleben, a rural mail carrier out of Clark>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 1917
MCLAUGHIN Elizabeth Mae (May) rk Telephone operator
* 1882 † 1965 Clark
Eltern: McLaughin Dennis , N.N.

Geboren in Iowa <Name auch McLaughlin>. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1920, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Clark City, Clark, South Dakota>; South Dakota, State Census, 1925)" und "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark <Father was Dennis McLaughin who homesteaded in Lincoln Township. He was a carpenter by trade. She attended all the elementary grades and one year of high school. She was a telephone operator in Clark and Redfield until she was married to Joseph P. Gottsleben, a rural mail carrier out of Clark>)".

1. Gottsleben Joseph Francis 58Jhr * 05.02.1918 Clark † .09.1976 > 3.6
2.
Gottsleben Helen Marie * . .1919 † . <.2007 > 3.7
3. Gottsleben Bernard John 85Jhr 10Mo 1Wo * 27.01.1922 Clark † 03.12.2007 Sioux Falls > 3.8

Joseph Peter Gottsleben
(Draft Registration sept 1918)

Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark

Gottsleben
Joseph P. 1880-
1957
Elizabeth M. 1882-1965

 


2.4 GOTTSLEBEN Paul 84Jhr 4Mo 2Wo rk < 1.1
* 27.01.1882 † 11.06.1966 Philip
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Geboren in Illinois. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900, 1930 <Witwer>, 1940 <Witwer>; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 <hier Name Paul Gottsleben und Geburtdatum: 27 Jan 1882>; South Dakota, State Census, 1925 <Witwer; Geburtsname der Ehefrau: Minnie Johnson [richtig: Minnie Jensen])", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County, South Dakota)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 13.10.1920 Rapid City
JENSEN Minnie 24Jhr
* 03.1898 Philip † 10.03.1922 Philip
Eltern: Jensen Nels Madsen , Carstensen Bena Marie

Quellen: "Mundia.com (März 2014)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County, South Dakota)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900 <hier Geburtsdatum May 1899>)".

1. Gottsleben Dorothy M. (Dottie) 87Jhr 8Mo * 25.02.1922 Philip † 01.11.2009 Rapid City > 3.9

Masonic Cemetery, Philip

Paul
1882-1966
Minnie
Gottsleben

1898[1896?]-
1922


2.5 GOTTSLEBEN Mathilda (Tillie) 59Jhr rk < 1.1
* 08.1885 † 24.11.1944 Saint Paul
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Geboren in Illinois. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1900; Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990 <Name: Matilda Plaster, geb. Gottsleben; Vater: Julius Gottsleben, Mutter: Justina Ebert>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo
PLASTER Theodore

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990 <Tod seiner Frau Matilda Plaster, geb. Gottsleben>)


2.6 GOTTSLEBEN William Martin (Willie) 62Jhr 10Mo rk Farmer < 1.1
* 30.01.1894 Goewey Township † 02.12.1956 Quinn
Eltern: Gottsleben Julius Fran(t)z , Ebert Cristina (Justenia)

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com; 2012)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935; United States Census, 1900, 1930, 1940; South Dakota, State Census, 1925; United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 <hier vollständiger Name William Martin Gottsleben und Geburtsdatum: 30 Jan 1894>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County, South Dakota)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 18.08.1926
GEHAN Helen Ann 46Jhr 5Mo 1Wo rk
* 18.08.1900 † 27.01.1947 Philip
Eltern: Gehan James S. , Glenn Agnes Bridget

Geboren in South Dakota. Lebte 1910 als Stieftochter im Haushalt von Edward M. und Agnes Merrigan in Philip, Stanley, South Dakota. - Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com; 2012)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County, South Dakota)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910, 1930, 1940)".

1. Gottsleben James William 83Jhr 4Mo * 14.04.1929 Pierre † 15.08.2012 Philip > 3.10
2. Gottsleben Mary Agnes 80Jhr 8Mo 3Wo * 18.01.1932 Philip † 10.10.2012 Philip > 3.11
3. Gottsleben Ann * 04.12.1941 New Underwood > 3.12

Masonic Cemetery, Philip

William M Gottsleben
South Dokota
PVT CO I 2 INFANTRY WORLD WAR I
Jan 30 1894 Dec 2 1956

Mother
 Helen A Gottsleben
1900-1947

Generation 3


3.1
JOHANNES Alfreda J. 92Jhr 6Mo 2Wo rk < 2.1
* 27.11.1898 Goewey Township † 13.06.1991 Pocatello
Eltern: Johannes Bernhard (Barney) , Gottsleben Maria (Mary)

Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen: Lebensdaten).

oo 14.12.1916 Blackfoot  Qu: Blackfoot St. Bernard Catholic Church
GRAFF Roy Clifford rk
* 1898
Eltern: Graff Henry , Krantz Mary E.

Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen).

1. Graff Carmen Bernice 89Jhr 10Mo * 25.06.1917 Pingree † 27.04.2007 Seal Beach > 4.1
2.
Graff N.N. * 25.07.1918 Blackfoot † 25.07.1918 Blackfoot †Urs: Totgeburt

Geschlecht unbekannt. - Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen).

oo 2 16.06.1922 Idaho Falls
LEWIS Ralph Aaron 84Jhr 3Wo
* 02.03.1891 Pocatello † 26.03.1975 Pocatello
Eltern: Lewis Simon , Gottstein Mary

Ralph Aaron adoptierte seine Stiftochter Carmen Bernice. - Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen).


3.2 GOTTSLEBEN Frederick (Fred) William 63Jhr 10Mo 2Wo rk < 2.2
* 11.11.1901 Holman Township † 28.09.1965 Graceville
Eltern: Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) , Butler Bertha M.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (September 2015; hier: Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935; United States Census, 1910 <hier Vorname: Fredrick>, 1920, 1940 <Wohnort: Sisseton City, Sisseton, Roberts, South Dakota>; South Dakota, State Census, 1925; United States Census, 1930 <Fred W Gottslebben [Gottsleben]; Wohnort: Eden, Clark, South Dakota, United States; Haushaltsvorstand: Fred W Gottslebben, 28 Jahre; geb. um 1902 in Iowa; Ehefrau: Ida G Gottslebben, 29 Jahre; geb. um 1901 in Iowa; Sohn: Fredrick D. Gottslebben, 3 Jahre; geb. um 1927 in South Dakota; Tochter: Beverly J Gottslebben, 1 Jahr; geb. um 1929 in South Dakota>; Internationaler Genealogie-Index <Name: Frederick William Gottsleben; * 11 November 1901, Sibley, Osceola, IA; + 28 September 1965 Graceville, Big Stone, MN: oo 10 November 1925>)", "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 10.11.1925
HANSEN Ida Grace 92Jhr 1Mo 1Wo
* 10.11.1900 Moville † 23.12.1992 Montevideo
Eltern: Hansen Hans Martin , Westad Nicolena

Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935; United States Census, 1940 <Wohnort: Sisseton City, Sisseton, Roberts, South Dakota>; South Dakota, State Census, 1935, 1945; Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002; United States Social Security Death Index)" und "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)".

1. Gottsleben Robert Lee

Quelle: Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014).

2. Gottsleben Frederick Duane Jr. * .um.1927 > 4.2
3. Gottsleben Beverly Jeanne 71Jhr 10Mo 1Wo * 27.06.1928 † 05.05.2000 > 4.3


 

3.3 GOTTSLEBEN George Albert 65Jhr 3Mo 1Wo rk < 2.2
* 05.04.1903 Clark † 14.07.1968 Lincoln
Eltern: Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) , Butler Bertha M.

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910 <hier Vorname: George W.>, 1920 <hier Vorname: George A.>, 1930, 1940 <Wohnort: Ward 1, Rock Falls, Coloma Township, Whiteside, Illinois>; Internationaler Genealogie-Index)", "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Clark County, South Dakota)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 04.07.1934 Clark
STEELE Lillian Anna 93Jhr 7Mo 2Wo
* 24.08.1914 Garden City † 09.04.2008 Lincoln
Eltern: Steele Fred , Miller Laura

The marriage with Joe Bathshore ended in divorce. - Lillian Gottsleben, age 93, of Lincoln, died Wednesday, April 9th, 2008. Born Garden City, South Dakota on August 24, 1914 to Fred A. & Laura B. (Erickson) Steele. Survived by: Son Derald Gottsleben of Lincoln. Six Grandchildren Bruce, Terry, Darla, Becky of Lincoln. Bradley of Aurora, Missouri, Kathy of Omaha, 16 Great Grandchildren, 3 Great Great Granchildren. - Quellen: "Lincoln.tributes.com/our_obituaries (März 2014)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1940 <Wohnort: Ward 1, Rock Falls, Coloma Township, Whiteside, Illinois>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

1. Gottsleben Derald Eugene 74Jhr 4Mo 3Wo * 25.03.1935 Clark † 19.08.2009 Lincoln > 4.4

Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark

 George A Gottsleben
1903-1968


3.4 GOTTSLEBEN Anna (Annie) Mae 73Jhr 10Mo 3Wo rk < 2.2
* 25.11.1904 Clark † 17.10.1978 Watertown
Eltern: Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) , Butler Bertha M.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (September 2015; hier: United States Census, 1910 <hier Vorname: Anna>, 1920; South Dakota, State Census, 1925; Internationaler Genealogie-Index <* 25 November 1904, Clark, Clark, SD; + 17 Oktober 1978, Watertown, Codington, SD; Bestattung: St. Boniface R.C. Cemetery, Clark, SD; oo 3 Juli 1928 Clark, SD, Ehepartner: George Bachman>)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo 03.07.1928 Clark
BACHMANN George
* 29.03.1901 † 11.1986 Clark

Quelle: FamilySearch (September 2015; hier: Internationaler Genealogie-Index <* 29 March 1901; + November 1986 Clark, SD; oo 3 Juli 1928 Clark, SD, Ehepartner von Anna Mae Gottsleben: George Bachman>).


3.5 GOTTSLEBEN Leo Leroy 85Jhr 7Mo 1Wo rk < 2.2
* 30.03.1907 † 11.11.1992 Minneapolis
Eltern: Gottsleben Frederick (Fred) John (Guss) , Butler Bertha M.

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1910, 1920, 1930; South Dakota, State Census, 1925; United States Census, 1940 <Leo Gattsleben [Gottsleben]; Wohnort: Clark City, Clark, South Dakota; Haushalt: Leo Gattsleben [Gottsleben], 33 Jahre, geb. in South Dakota; Ehefrau: Mabel Gattsleben [Gottsleben], 31 Jahre, geb. in Illinois>; United States Public Records Index <hier mit Bernice L. Gottsleben in Minneapolis, Minnesota>; Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002)", "Ancestry.com (August 2015; hier: Sackmaster Family Tree)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

oo
N.N. Mabel
* um.1909

Geboren in Illinois. - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1940 <Name: Mabel Gattsleben>).

1. Gottsleben Gary Leo * .um.1948 > 4.5


3.6 GOTTSLEBEN Joseph Francis 58Jhr < 2.3
* 05.02.1918 Clark † 09.1976
Eltern: Gottsleben Joseph Peter (Joe) , McLaughin Elizabeth Mae (May)

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1920, 1930, 1940; South Dakota, State Census, 1945 <Joseph Francis Gattsleben [Gottsleben]; Wohnort: Clark Ward 1, Clark, South Dakota; oo 1943>; United States Social Security Death Index; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt des Sohnes John Joseph>)" und "Findagrave.com (März 2014; Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark)".

oo 1943
KENNEDY Constance J.

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt des Sohnes John Joseph>).

1. Gottsleben John Joseph * 25.07.1944 Ramsey > 4.6

Saint Boniface Cemetery, Clark

Joseph F. Gottsleben
 1918-
1976


3.7 GOTTSLEBEN Helen Marie < 2.3
* 1919 †  <.2007 Lebensorte:  Washington  
Eltern: Gottsleben Joseph Peter (Joe) , McLaughin Elizabeth Mae (May)

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1920, 1930, 1940; District of Columbia Marriages, 1811-1950).

oo 22.07.1950 Washington
HOLT James Paul Jr.
* 1924 Lebensorte:  Washington  

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: District of Columbia Marriages, 1811-1950).


3.8
GOTTSLEBEN Bernard John 85Jhr 10Mo 1Wo rk Teacher, Superindendent of schools < 2.3
* 27.01.1922 Clark † 03.12.2007 Sioux Falls
Eltern: Gottsleben Joseph Peter (Joe) , McLaughin Elizabeth Mae (May)

Bernard John "BJ" Gottsleben was born on January 27, 1922 in Clark, South Dakota the son of Joseph and Elizabeth (May) Gottsleben. He died on Monday, December 3, 2007, at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD at the age of 85. - BJ Gottsleben received his education in Clark, SD and graduated from Clark High School in 1940. He attended S.D. State University before serving in the U.S. Army from 1942 until 1945. After serving in the military, he continued his education at SDSU and graduated in 1947. He married Helen L. Hess June 24, 1946, in Clark. He was a teacher and coach at Winfred, SD. He was employed as superintendent of schools in Montrose, SD and superintendent of schools in Lake Preston, SD. In 1984, he and his wife moved to Brookings, SD. Bernard Gottsleben was a member of the St. Thomas More Catholic Parish, the Knights of Columbus, the Golden K Kiwanis, the American Legion and served on the Board of Directors of Boys State Counselor for 40 years. He enjoyed all sports and was an outstanding athlete, especially in track. He also enjoyed golfing and spending time with his family and friends. BJ is survived by his wife, Helen of Brookings; his children, Mary Barse of Norman, Okla., Sheila Hazelroth of Maitland, Fla., and David Gottsleben of Vermillion; and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother (Joe) and sister (Helen). - Funeral services will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in St. Thomas More Catholic Parish at Brookings with the Rev. Michael Wensing officiating. Burial will be in St. Thomas More Catholic Cemetery at Brookings. - Quelle: Watertown Public Opinion, Watertown, SD. Wednesday, December 5, 2007. - <Garretson - War stories, Charles Woodard would tell you, aren't always some haunting recollection of battlefield carnage or heroics. Some begin with an oddly intoxicating whiff of perfume. Some are kept with the crystal glasses in the hutch. While most of those war stories have roots in places called Anzio and Iwo Jima, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq, many are told by people who never carried a gun and never wore a uniform. - They are veterans of war, too, says Woodard, an English professor at South Dakota State University who edited a new book that's just out called "On The Homefront: South Dakota Stories." For they are the spouses, children, parents and loved ones touched and often changed by war and what it brought into their lives. - "War, because it is an especially intense human experience, has almost limitless effects and consequences," Woodard said. "I especially want people to understand that there are more veterans than there are people who have worn uniforms, and more casualties of war than there are names on memorial walls." - They are people who understand what it means to honor and remember a father or a brother or an uncle today on the 66th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. - They are the folks that Al McIntosh wrote about in his weekly column for the Rock County Star Herald in Luverne, Minn., during World War II - people Ken Burns recently brought back to life in his documentary, "The War." - The story of war and its effect on the lives of people is especially significant in Helen Gottsleben's Brookings home today. She buried her husband, B.J. Gottsleben, on Thursday. At age 85, the veteran and longtime educator died Monday from the ravages of emphysema and pneumonia. In the haze of grief, Helen Gottsleben still remembers a spring day in 1942 when she sat in the recreation center at Fort Mead, Md., holding the hand of her fiance in the last minutes before he departed for Europe and World War II. She had taken a job in the personnel section of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and had ridden the bus from Washington, D.C., to see him off. It was a Sunday, and he had given her an engagement ring just a few months earlier. "We didn't say a lot," Helen Gottsleben recalled. "He was not a talker; he was a good thinker. We just held hands and sat there." - She remembers that he seemed terribly calm, not like someone ready to sail off to war. He must be worried, she thought. He had to be scared. Finally, as she boarded the bus to leave, he quietly told her four words to which she would cling for the next two years. "I will be back." And she believed him "because I had faith that he would be taken care of." - B.J. Gottsleben did return, on Christmas Day 1945. They were married six months later. Though he planned to become an educator before he volunteered for military duty, the course of their 61 years together was influenced by the war, Helen Gottsleben said. - Products of small-town Clark, S.D., Helen Gottsleben planned to become a beautician after high school. But emboldened by B.J.'s enlistment, she took a job with the FBI instead and journeyed outside the safe cocoon that was South Dakota. After he came back, they both became active in the American Legion. She took leadership roles in the auxiliary, including the American Legion's Girls State program. If he was haunted by his war experiences, he never talked about it, and she didn't ask, Helen Gottsleben said. They looked forward, never back. Still, their children - Mary Barse, Sheila Hazelroth and David Gottsleben - understood that their father's military duty had an effect on all of them. "He never talked about war in glorious terms," Hazelroth said. "He lived through it and did what he had to do. It was a thing to be endured, not a thing to brag about." - But it also engendered in his children a sense of patriotism, David Gottsleben said. "I think we grew up in a family where that commitment was easily understood," he said. "They didn't have to speak to make it known how they felt. For them, it was honoring the flag. You just understood." - It is a story - like thousands of others - worth preserving, Woodard said. "They contribute to the most important kind of history," he said. "The history of the human spirit>. - Quellen: "ArgusLeader.com, information ... anytime, anywhere, Sioux Falls, S. D., Dezember 2007" und "United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 <hier: Infantry Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of the Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (2 years of college; Officers and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status)>".

oo 24.06.1946 Clark
HESS Helen Louise 92Jhr 3Mo 3Wo rk
* 31.03.1923 Clark County † 27.07.2015 Brookings Lebensorte:  Brookings  
Eltern: Hess Peter , Bickett Laura

Helen Louise Hess Gottsleben, 92, of Brookings, passed away Monday, July 27, 2015 at Stoneybrook Suites, in Brookings. - Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Brookings. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday at Rude's Funeral Home with a Liturgical Wake Service beginning at 6:30 p.m. - Helen Louise Hess was born on March 31, 1923 in Clark County, South Dakota the daughter of Peter and Laura (Bickett) Hess. Helen attended grade school at Hess School and attended Junior High at Mobridge, SD. She graduated from Clark High School in 1940. She continued her education at the South Dakota Beauty Academy in Sioux Falls and graduated in 1941. She was employed at Roberts Beauty Shop in Arlington, SD until 1943 when she was appointed by J. Edgar Hoover to work in the Personnel Department of the FBI, in Washington D.C. for three years. She was united in marriage to Bernard J. "BJ" Gottsleben on June 24, 1946 in Clark, SD. They lived in the communities of Doland, Winfred, Montrose, Lake Preston and Brookings, SD. Helen was employed by the Lake Preston School District as school secretary from 1975 until 1984, when she and BJ retired and moved to Brookings. She was an active volunteer in church and community organizations in the communities where they lived. She was a member of the St. Thomas More Catholic Church where she was a lector and Eucharistic Minister. Helen served as the President of the South Dakota American Legion Auxiliary from 1973 until 1974 and was active on the national level for the next ten years. She received appointments in the various programs sponsored by that organization which included National Vice President, Northwestern Division and National Field Service Director. She was involved in the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State of South Dakota for 33 years including 17 years as Director and Chairperson. She was also a Girls Nation Counselor in Washington, DC in 1975, 1976 and 1982. She enjoyed singing, spectator sports, crafts, contemporary writing, art, government and current events. She especially enjoyed attending her children's and grandchildren's activities in school and in the community. Helen is survived by her two daughters, Mary Barse and husband Steve, of Norman, OK and Sheila Hazelroth and husband John, of Maitland, FL; one son, David Gottsleben and wife Helen, of Yankton, SD; five grandchildren - Matthew Barse, Laura Barse Anderson, Kendra Gottsleben, Matthew Hazelroth and Dasha Hazelroth, two step-grandchildren, two great grandchildren, two step-great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; two brothers, Francis and Albert Hess and two sisters, Genevieve Hynes and Kathryn Heim. - The family requests that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made to the South Dakota Art Museum, 936 Medary Ave., Brookings, SD 57007. - Quelle: Yankton Press & Dakotan, July 31, 2015 (Internet, August 2015).

1. Gottsleben Mary . . > 4.7
2. Gottsleben Sheila
> 4.8
3. Gottsleben David B. * 22.07.1953
> 4.9

Bernard John Gottsleben

St. Thomas More Catholic Cemetery,
Brookings

Bernard J Gottsleben
S SGT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
Jan 27 1922
† Dec 3 2007
"BJ"

 

Helen, Mary, Sheila and David Gottsleben
2014


3.9
GOTTSLEBEN Dorothy M. (Dottie) 87Jhr 8Mo Teacher, Editor (public relations) < 2.4
* 25.02.1922 Philip † 01.11.2009 Rapid City
Eltern: Gottsleben Paul , Jensen Minnie

Dorothy M. 'Dottie' Rice, PHILIP - Dorothy M. Rice, 87, Philip, died Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009, at the Hospice of the Hills, Rapid City. Dorothy M. Gottsleben was born Feb. 25, 1922, on the homestead near Philip, S.D., the daughter of Paul and Minnie (Jensen) Gottsleben. When Dorothy was two weeks old her mother died, and she was raised and adopted by her maternal grandparents, Nels and Bena Jensen. She grew up on the Jensen Ranch, which they had homesteaded in 1890. Dorothy graduated from Philip High School in 1938, and then attended Black Hills Teachers College, in Spearfish for two years. Dorothy taught school in South Dakota for three years before moving to Seattle, Wash., in 1944. She met her future husband Harrison A. Rice, who was a test pilot for the B-17 bomber at the Boeing Aircraft Company. Dorothy was united in marriage to Harrison Rice in 1948, while living in Glendale, Calif. In 1951, they moved to New Jersey and lived mostly in the Hasbrouck Heights area. Dorothy worked for the Bendix Corporation in Teterboro, N.J., for 26 years and was editor of the company's employee publication for 20 of those years. She was active in state and national editors associations and served on the board of directors of both. Dorothy received her B.S. degree in public relations from Columbia University in New York City in 1974. Her husband, Harrison, preceded her in death in February 1977. Dorothy continued to live in New Jersey until May 1979, when she moved back to Philip. She served as clerk of courts in Haakon County until August 1980. In 1981, she moved to Rapid City where she worked in the sales office of Motorola until retiring in 1987. She had resided at Westhills Village Retirement Community from 1984 to 2004, when she moved into the Silverleaf Assisted Living Center in Philip. Survivors include her Jensen and Gottsleben cousins, which include Carrol Foland and her husband Vern and their family, James Gottsleben and his wife Myrna and their family, Mary Agnes Pekron and her husband Hank and their family, the Clark Morrison family, Richard Lindgren and his wife Rose and their family, and Ann Patnoe and her family. In addition to her husband Harrison, Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents, and by her cousin Bonnie Morrison. Visitation will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at the Rush Funeral Home, Philip, and one hour preceding the services at the church on Wednesday, Nov. 4. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the First Lutheran Church in Philip with Pastor Frezil Westerlund officiating. Interment will be at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. A memorial is established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. - Quelle: Rapidcityjournal.com (2009).

oo 1940 Glandale
RICE Harrison A. 63Jhr 2Mo 1Wo Testpilot (Boeing Aircraft Company)
* 30.11.1913 Boyds † 09.02.1977 Lodi

Quellen: "Mundia.com (März 2014)" und "Rapidcityjournal.com (2009; Todesanzeige seiner Frau Dorothy)."


Dorothy M. Gottsleben (Rice)


3.10 GOTTSLEBEN James William 83Jhr 4Mo rk Farmer < 2.6
* 14.04.1929 Pierre † 15.08.2012 Philip
Eltern: Gottsleben William Martin (Willie) , Gehan Helen Ann

James W. "Jim" Gottsleben, age 83 of Philip, S.D., died Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at the Philip Nursing Home. - James William Gottsleben was born April 14, 1929, to William and Helen (Gehan) Gottsleben in Pierre. Jim grew up ranching and lived most of his life on the Gottsleben Ranch, which was homesteaded by his grandparents in 1907. Jim graduated from Philip High School in May 1947 and attended Black Hills State University that summer. He began his teaching career at Alfalfa Valley School, located three miles from his home place. He taught there two years followed by another two years at Enterprise School. During this time he lived at home (due to his mother's death in his senior year of high school) helping his dad farm and ranch. Jim married Myrna Coleman on November 29, 1952, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip. To this union five children were born. Upon his father's death in 1956, he purchased the homestead and surrounding land. Jim also added an insurance agency through Missouri Valley Mutual Insurance Company to the farming and ranching operation. He remained an insurance agent for 54 years. In 2005, Jim and Myrna sold the ranch to their son, Bill. They then moved to Philip where they have since resided. Jim served on the Deadman School board and on the ASCS Committee for several years. He was a Farmer's Union Cooperative member. He belonged to Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip. Jim was awarded an Honorary Lifetime Membership and held the position of financial secretary for over 50 years with the Philip Knights of Columbus. Throughout his life, Jim was a hard worker - proud of his homesteading heritage and dedicated to the land, his family, community, and faith. In spite of health issues, he continued to stay strong up through his last few years. His perseverance was a credit to his character. Grateful for sharing in his life are his wife of 59 years, Myrna Gottsleben; one son, William "Bill" Gottsleben and his wife, Jayne, of Philip; four daughters, Sharon Baxter and her husband, Darwin, of Arvada, Colo., Kathy Gottsleben of Rapid City, Barbara Larsen and her husband, Carl, of Caputa, and Carolyn Brooks and her husband, Jim, of Dupree; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mary Pekron of Philip, and Ann Pattno and her husband, Tom, of Hastings, Neb. Preceding Jim in death were his parents and a brother-in-law, Henry "Hank" Pekron. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 23, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip, with Father Kevin Achbach as celebrant. Pall placement will be done by Jessica Larsen, Kara Larsen, Chana Gottsleben and Brittany Brooks. Gift bearers are Tara and Tyana Gottsleben. Eucharistic ministers are Joe Gittings and Lloyd Frein. Altar server are Allison Pekron and Tristen Rush. Ushers are Marvin Eide and Chuck Carstensen. Pallbearers are Zach Baxter, Tim and Dustin Larsen, Lee Brooks, Kevin Coleman and Steve Pekron. Honorary pallbearers are the Knights of Columbus #2679 of Philip and all relatives and friends in attendance. Interment will be at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. - Quellen: "Rapid city journal (Internet August 2012)", "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com; 2012)", "Findagrave.com (April 2014; hier: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County, South Dakota)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1930, 1940)".

oo 29.11.1952 Philip  Qu: Sacred Heart Catholic Church
COLEMAN Myrna rk
* 27.04.1930
Eltern: Coleman Faye , N.N. Annette

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com; 2012)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1940)".

1. Gottsleben Sharon * 03.12.1953 > 4.10
2. Gottsleben Kathryn * 11.07.1956

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

3. Gottsleben Barbara * . .1958 > 4.11
4. Gottsleben Carolyn * . .1961 Philip > 4.12
5. Gottsleben William (Bill) * . .1964 > 4.13

James W.
Gottsleben

James und Myrna
 Gottsleben



The Gottslebens of Philip were recognized at the State Fair in Huron.
Pictured here are three generations of the
Gottsleben family.
Back row are Bill and Jayne,
center are Myrna and Jim, and in front is Tiana.
(
September 6, 2007)
 

Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County

Gottsleben
Father James W.
1929-2012


3.11 GOTTSLEBEN Mary Agnes 80Jhr 8Mo 3Wo rk < 2.6
* 18.01.1932 Philip † 10.10.2012 Philip
Eltern: Gottsleben William Martin (Willie) , Gehan Helen Ann

Philip, Mary Pekron, age 80 of Philip, died Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. - Mary A. Gottsleben was born January 18, 1932, in Philip, South Dakota, the daughter of William and Helen (Gehan) Gottsleben. She grew up on a farm-ranch northwest of Philip and attended the Deadman Rural School in that area. She attended high school at St. Martin's Academy in Sturgis, graduating in 1951. She then attended Black Hills State College in Spearfish, where she obtained her teaching certificate. She taught rural school at the Jones Rural School for three years and one year at the Malone Rural School near Milesville. Once their children were in school, she returned to teaching, served as a substitute teacher and teacher's aide for numerous years. Mary was united in marriage to Henry "Hank" Pekron on August 28, 1954, in Philip. They made their home in the Milesville area, where they worked on a ranch and later purchased their own ranch. They continued to ranch for over 50 years. Due to health reasons, they moved into Philip in October 2007. Her husband, Henry "Hank" Pekron, preceded her in death on August 27, 2010. Mary continued to reside in Philip until her death. Mary was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Philip, and a former member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and Altar Society of Milesville. Survivors include six children, Nancy Ehrhardt and her husband Rick of Brandon, Steve Pekron and his wife Nina of Milesville, Beth Walker of Gillette, Wyoming, Karen Kroetch and her husband Jerry of Philip, Theresa Pekron of Westminster, Colorado, and Joe Pekron and his wife Julie of Hot Springs; 13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister, Ann Pattno and her husband Tom of Hastings, Nebraska; a sister-in-law, Myrna Gottsleben of Philip; several nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. In addition to her husband, Mary was preceded in death by her parents, and one brother, Jim Gottsleben. Visitation will be held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, October 14, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, October 15, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip, with Father Kevin Achbach as celebrant. Interment will be at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. A memorial has been established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com. - Quellen: "Rapid City Journal on October 13, 2012", "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com; 2012)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935; United States Census, 1940)".

oo 28.08.1954 Philip
PEKRON Henry (Hank) 84Jhr 9Mo 4Wo rk Farmer
* 28.10.1925 Greenville † 27.08.2010 Philip
Eltern: Pekron Joseph , Sichmeller Mary

Henry "Hank" Pekron, † age 84 of Milesville, South Dakota, died August 27, 2010, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. - Henry J. "Hank" Pekron was born October 28, 1925, on a farm near Grenville, South Dakota, the son of Joseph and Mary (Sichmeller) Pekron. He first moved to Haakon County in 1949. Hank was drafted into the United States Army on October 20, 1950, and served in Korea during the Korean War. He was honorably discharged on September 11, 1952, returned to the Milesville area, and began his life long career and passion as a rancher. - Hank was united in marriage to Mary Gottsleben on August 28, 1954 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip. They made their home in the Milesville area for over 50 years. Due to health reasons, they moved into Philip in October 2007, where they have since resided. - Hank's family was very important to him and he was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. Hank was a hard-working, God-fearing man of his word who was always ready and willing to help his neighbor or someone in need. Grateful for having shared his life are his wife of 56 years, Mary; six children Nancy Ehrhardt and her husband Rick of Brandon, South Dakota, Steve Pekron and his wife Nina of Milesville, Beth Walker of Gillette, Wyoming, Karen Kroetch and her husband Jerry of Philip, Theresa Pekron of Westminster, Colorado, and Joe Pekron and his wife Julie of Hot Springs; thirteen grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. - Hank was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, and seven sisters. - Visitation was held 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, August 31, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip, with a vigil service at 7:00 p.m. - Mass of Christian Burial was held 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 1, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with Father KevIn Achbach as celebrant. - Interment with military honors by the American Legion Post #173 of Philip, was at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. - A luncheon and time of fellowship will take place at the church, immediately following the services at the cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St. Mary's Catholic Church in Milesville. - Memorials and cards may be sent to Mary Pekron, P.O. Box 843, Philip, SD 57567. - Quelle: Rushfuneralhome.com (Internet 2010).

1. Pekron Nancy * 16.10.1955 > 4.14
2. Pekron Steven * 14.04.1957 > 4.15
3. Pekron Beth * .07.1958 > 4.16
4. Pekron Karen * 21.12.1959 > 4.17
5. Pekron Theresa * 09.12.1961 > 4.18
6. Pekron Joe * 09.05.1964 > 4.19

Henry Pekron

Mary Agnes Pekron
(Gottsleben)


Masonic Cemetery, Philip

Pekron
Mary
Jan. 18, 1932
Oct. 10, 2012
Henry
Oct. 28, 1925
Aug. 27, 2010
Parents of Nancy, Steve, Beth, Karen, Theresa, Joe


3.12 GOTTSLEBEN Ann rk < 2.6
* 04.12.1941 New Underwood Lebensorte:  Hastings  
Eltern: Gottsleben William Martin (Willie) , Gehan Helen Ann

Quellen: "Facebook (Mai 2015; Studium an der Universty of Nebraska in Kearney <Completed counseling degree>)" und "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)".

oo 20.06.1964
PATTNO Tom
* 25.06.1934 Aberdeen

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Pattno Aaron * 13.08.1971

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

2. Pattno Maria * 28.06.1973 > 4.20

Generation 4


4.1
GRAFF Carmen Bernice 89Jhr 10Mo < 3.1
* 25.06.1917 Pingree † 27.04.2007 Seal Beach
Eltern: Graff Roy Clifford , Johannes Alfreda J.

Wurde von ihrem Stiefvater Ralph Aaron Lewis adoptiert . - Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen).

oo 01.11.1941 Boise
NELSON George Willard 81Jhr 4Wo
* 01.03.1917 Salt Lake City † 31.03.1998 Washington

Eltern: Robert Carl Nelson und Hannah Christina Larson. Gestorben in Washington, Utah. - Quelle: Geneanet.org (Februar 2015; auch Mail von W. David Samuelsen).


4.2
GOTTSLEBEN Frederick Duane Jr. < 3.2
* um.1927
Eltern: Gottsleben Fred (Fredrick) William , Hansen Ida Grace

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Tochter Linda Marie>).

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SAMSON Claudia Mary

Quellen: "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)" und "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Tochter Linda Marie>).

1. Gottsleben Linda Marie * 28.03.1948 Big Stone County

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002).


4.3
GOTTSLEBEN Beverly Jeanne < 3.2
* um.1929
Eltern: Gottsleben Fred (Fredrick) William , Hansen Ida Grace

Geboren in South Dakota. - Quellen: "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1940 <Wohnort: Sisseton City, Sisseton, Roberts, South Dakota>; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Kinder>)".

oo <.1951
AMBORN Kenneth Lawrence

Quellen: "Familytreemaker.genealogy.com/Richard-C-Hansen (März 2014)" und "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Kinder>)".

1. Amborn Kathryn Carol * 14.12.1951 Big Stone County
2. Amborn Keith Robert * 10.11.1952 Big Stone County
3. Amborn Karen Marie * 18.09.1954 Big Stone County
4. Amborn Kevin Michael * 16.03.1965 Chippewa County

Kinder Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002).


4.4
GOTTSLEBEN Derald Eugene 74Jhr 4Mo 3Wo < 3.3
* 25.03.1935 Clark † 19.08.2009 Lincoln
Eltern: Gottsleben George Albert , Steele Lillian Anna

Derald E. Gottsleben, 74, of Lincoln, died Wednesday (8/19/09). Born (3/25/35) in Clark, S.D. to George and Lillian Gottsleben. Served in the USMC during the Korean Conflict. Owned & Operated Rent-A-Wash/Vac-Shack. Derald also owned, renovated, managed, and maintained 48 different properties in Lincoln. Survivors: children: Bruce Gottsleben, Bradley Gottsleben, Kathy Ramaekers, Teresa Gottsleben, Darla Gottsleben, Becky Gottsleben; 16 grandchildren; four great grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents and wife, Patricia. Celebration of Life: 12:30 p.m. Monday (8/24/09) at Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St., Lincoln. Inurnment in Lincoln Memorial Park. Memorials to Lincoln Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity. - Quellen: "Lincoln Journal Star (08/24/2009)", "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)", "FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Census, 1940 <Wohnort: Ward 1, Rock Falls, Coloma Township, Whiteside, Illinois>)", "Findagrave.com (März 2014; hier: Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

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HARVEY Patricia A. 67Jhr 3Mo 3Wo
* 03.02.1937 † 29.05.2004 Lincoln
Eltern: Harvey William Montiel , Gates Helen Marguarite

Quellen: "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)" und "Mundia.com (März 2014)".

1. Gottsleben Bruce D. * 02.01.1957 > 5.1
2. Gottsleben Bradley Dean 51Jhr 11Mo 2Wo * 12.05.1958 Aberdeen † 30.04.2010 Aurora > 5.2
3. Gottsleben Teresa (Terry) * 02.06.1961 > 5.3
4. Gottsleben Darla Jean * 08.03.1963 > 5.4
5. Gottsleben Becky J. * 04.11.1965 > 5.5
6. Gottsleben Kathy Steele * 15.05.1974 > 5.6

Derald Eugene
 Gottsleben

Lincoln Memorial Park,
Lincoln

Gottsleben
Derald E.
1935-2009
Together Forever
Patricia A.
1937-2004

Kathy, Darla, Bruce,
 Bradley, Terry und Becky
Gottsleben


4.5
GOTTSLEBEN Gary Leo < 3.5
* um.1948
Eltern: Gottsleben Leo Leroy , N.N. Mabel

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Marriage Index, 1958-2001 <hier Vorname: Gary K.>; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Tochter Connie Rebecca>; Minnesota, Divorce Index, 1970-1995 <Scheidung am 05. Apr. 1974 in Hennepin, Minnesota)" und "Ancestry.com (August 2015; hier: Sackmaster Family Tree)".

oo 02.04.1967 Hennepin County
JOHNSTON Patricia Fern
* um.1948

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Marriage Index, 1958-2001; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt der Tochter Connie Rebecca>; Minnesota, Divorce Index, 1970-1995 <Scheidung am 05. Apr. 1974 in Hennepin, Minnesota).

1. Gottsleben Connie Rebecca * 10.07.1972 Hennepin County > 5.7


4.6
GOTTSLEBEN John Joseph < 3.6
* 25.07.1944 Ramsey
Eltern: Gottsleben Joseph Francis , Kennedy Constance J.

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002; United States Public Records Index <hier mit Barbara Lou Gottsleben in Oro Valley/Catalina, Arizona>)" und "Tucson business <Divorce decrees 12. Nov. 2004; Barbara Gottsleben vs. John Gottsleben, Tucson Arizona>)".

oo
N.N. Barbara Lou
* 17.09.1952

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index <hier mit John J. Gottsleben in Oro Valley/Catalina, Arizona>).


4.7
GOTTSLEBEN Mary < 3.8
Lebensorte: Montrose Norman  
Eltern: Gottsleben Bernard John , Hess Helen Louise

Arbeit und Ausbildung: Montrose High School (Abschlussjahrgang 1965), Montrose, South Dakota; Northern State University (Abschlussjahrgang 1969), Aberdeen (South Dakota); Norfolk Public Schools (Norfolk, Nebraska, 1969 bis 1971); Sisseton Public Schools (1971 bis 1982); Blanchard Public Schools (Blanchard, Oklahoma, 1983 bis 1992); Norman Public Schools (1992 bis 2012). - Quellen: "Facebook (Juni 2014)" und "Todesanzeige ihres Vaters (Watertown Public Opinion, Watertown, SD. Wednesday, December 5, 2007) und ihrer Mutter (Juli 2015)".

oo
BARSE Steve

Quelle: Todesanzeige des Schwiegervaters (Watertown Public Opinion, Watertown, SD. Wednesday, December 5, 2007) und der Schwiegermutter (Juli 2015).

1. Barse Matthew

Arbeit und Ausbildung: The University of Oklahoma (August 1997 bis 2000, Fine Arts), Norman (Oklahoma); Lowdown Entertainment, LLC (Writer/Director/Editor/Producer/Owner/Freelancer, Mai 1997 bis heute), Norman (Oklahoma). Berufliche Kenntnisse: Directing, Screenwriting, Video production, Videoschnitt. - Quellen: "Facebook (Mai 2014)" und "Todesanzeige der Großmutter Helen Gottsleben (Internet, Juli 2015)".

2. Barse Laura

Arbeit und Ausbildung: Norman High School, Norman (Oklahoma); University of Memphis (Abschlussjahrgang 2006, Innenarchitektur); Hnedak Bobo Group (Interiors Resource Coordinator / Designer, Juni 2006 bis November 2008) Memphis; Maharam (Sales Coordinator, März 2009 bis November 2009), Atlanta; Contract Interior Designer (Juni 2010), Memphis; Anderson Design Group Interiors (Designer), Laguna Beach (Kalifornien). Name: Laura Barse Anderson. - Quelle: Facebook (Juni 2014).


4.8
GOTTSLEBEN Sheila < 3.8
Eltern: Gottsleben Bernard John , Hess Helen Louise

Arbeit und Ausbildung: Lake Preston High School (Abschlussjahrgang 1977), Lake Preston, South Dakota; South Dakota State University (Abschlussjahrgang 1981, Logopädie), Brookings; Purdue University (Abschlussjahrgang 1983, Audiologie), West Lafayette; Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C. (Audiologist, 1983 bis 1987); Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children (Audiologist, 1987 bis 2004). - Quellen: "Facebook (Juni 2014)" und "Todesanzeige ihres Vaters (Watertown Public Opinion, Watertown, SD. Wednesday, December 5, 2007) und ihrer Mutter (Internet, Juli 2015)".

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HAZELROTH John P.
Lebensorte: Detroit Orlando  

Arbeit und Ausbildung: Troy High School, Troy, Michigan; Albion College (Betriebswirtschaftslehre), Albion, Michigan; Wayne State University (Stadtplanung), Detroit; J.P.H. Associates, Inc (President, 1995 bis heute), Orlando. Quellen "Facebook; Juni 2014)" und "Todesanzeige des Schwiegervaters (Watertown Public Opinion, Watertown, SD. Wednesday, December 5, 2007)".

1. Hazelroth Matthew
2. Hazelroth Dasha

Kinder Quelle: Todesanzeige ihrer Großmutter Helen Gottsleben (Juli 2015).


4.9
GOTTSLEBEN David B. rk Men's track head coach (University of South Dakota) < 3.8
* 22.07.1953
Eltern: Gottsleben Bernard John , Hess Helen Louise

Dave Gottsleben is entering his 31st season as the Coyote head men's track and field coach in 2014-15. - Gottsleben not only built the Coyote men's program into a power at the Division II level, but has guided South Dakota through a successful transition to Division I status. - Repeating as the Summit League Indoor Track Coach of the Year, Gottsleben saw the men's track team repeat the Summit League team champions indoors, then continuing on to win their first outdoor league title a few months later. This was the first outdoor team title for the men since they won the NCC meet in 2006. - After establishing the Coyotes as one of the top programs in the North Central Conference, Gottsleben continued that success when USD joined NCAA Division I and the Great West Conference. He guided the men's squad to three straight indoor titles while earning GWC Coach of the Year three times. The Coyotes finished second all three years at the outdoor conference meet. - The Coyotes have qualified for the NCAA preliminary round in 18 events in the past four years of eligibility. Cody Snyder was the first male to qualify for the DI National Championship finals in 2013. - Gottsleben was named the NCC Men's Indoor Coach of the Year (tri-NCC Coach of the Year) in 2007 after directing the Coyotes to its seventh indoor title. Overall, he led USD to 14 men's NCC titles. - Named the U.S. Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association National Outdoor Coach of the Year in May 2006, he was selected from eight regional finalists. It was the second national coach of the year honor for Gottsleben, who was named in 1997 as the USTFCCCA National Indoor Coach of the Year. - At USD he has coached student-athletes that have earned 150 All-American honors, as well as six national champions. At the 2006 Outdoor Nationals, he had five All-Americans, including four that finished first or second. He led his squads to eight top-10 finishes, including third at the NCAA Division II finish at the 1997 indoor meet, a fourth-place finish at the 2006 Outdoor and the 2001 Indoor Nationals and third-place result at the 2000 NCAA Outdoor Championships. - Originally of Brookings, S.D., he received 11 North Central Conference Coach of the Year honors (combined indoor and outdoor honors). He was also selected the North Central Region Coach of the Year for the sixth time in 2006. In 1994, he received the NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Track and Field Coaches Association Award for his distinguished service to Division II track. - With the leadership of Gottsleben, the Coyotes have enjoyed a rich tradition, placing fourth or better in 36 of the last 41 NCC indoor and outdoor meets. USD won 14 NCC titles under Gottsleben's direction, including seven indoor and seven outdoor titles. - With Gottsleben's direction, USD was one of the most consistent NCC teams with 15 second-place finishes, two-third place efforts and six NCC championships in the last 24 NCC meets. - In 1992, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, and 2002, he was named NCAA Division II Central Region Coach of the Year. - In 1997, he was named the Division II Men's National Coach of the Year by the U.S. Track Coaches Association. In 1994, Gottsleben received the NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Track and Field Coaches Association Award for his distinguished service to Division II track. He currently serves on the USTFCCCA Hall of Fame Committee. - Gottsleben received his undergraduate (1975) and master's degree (1980) from South Dakota State. He was the head coach at Menno (SD) High School from 1975-1979, and the head men's and women's track coach at Dakota State from 1979-1983. - Gottsleben and his wife Helen have one daughter, Kendra. - VERMILLION - Dave Gottsleben, South Dakota head men's track and field coach Dave Gottsleben will be inducted into the South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. The Hall of Fame was established by the South Dakota Sportswriters Association in 1968 with a mission to preserve, document and display South Dakota's sports history. A native of Brookings, S.D., Gottsleben is in his 31st season at the helm of Coyote track and field. Gottsleben has earned 18 conference Coach of the Year awards, eight Division II Regional Coach of the Year awards and two Division II National Coach of the Year awards in his time at South Dakota. He has guided the Coyotes to 16 conference titles (four in the Summit League, three in the Great West and nine in the North Central Conference). Gottsleben not only built the program into a power at the Division II level, but has guided South Dakota through a successful transition to Division I status. Gottsleben's Coyotes have won three consecutive Summit League indoor titles and captured their first outdoor title last spring. At South Dakota, Gottsleben has coached athletes who have earned 165 All-America honors. He added his first Division I All-American in Teivaskie Lewin this March. Gottsleben also coached six national champions. - Quellen: "goyotes.com/sports/c-track/mtt/gottsleben_dave (Januar 2015)" und "sdshof.com/inductees/david-gottsleben".

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DREW Betsy rk Teacher
* 15.10.1952

Quelle: FamilySearch (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index).

1. Gottsleben Kendra * 03.11.1984 Sioux Falls

Kendra Gottsleben's life is defined by her positive outlook and success in overcoming obstacles, not MPS - the rare genetic condition she was born with. A 2010 Augustana graduate, Kendra works as a special projects coordinator within the Center for Disabilities at the Sanford School of Medicine. Her first book, "Live, Laugh, Lemonade: A Journey of Choosing to Beat the Odds" is currently at the printer. - Whatever Happened To: 'Live, Laugh, Lemonade'. Kendra Gottsleben continues to squeeze life's lemons until not one more drop of juice can be wrung out of them. That's why she titled her first book, which is now at the printer, "Live, Laugh, Lemonade: A Journey of Choosing to Beat the Odds." "I would say it's inspirational but kind of an autobiography," Gottsleben says. "To someone it might be a straight-up autobiography, to someone else it might be more an inspirational memoir. It's me talking about the things I've gone through in my life and how I've chosen to squeeze those lemons." - Gottsleben, who shared her story in the July 19, 2011, Argus Leader, was born with the metabolic disorder mucopolysaccharidoses. The enzymes needed to help build bone, cartilage, tendons, corneas, skin and connective tissue function much more slowly than they should. Her variation - MPS Type 6 - allowed her to grow to only 40 inches tall. Her corneas are cloudy, although she has vision, a heart valve leaks and she uses a motorized chair. - But Gottsleben, social media coordinator with the Sanford School of Medicine/USD Center for Disabilities, views her disabilities as nothing more than speed bumps. The Vermillion native says that in the months since she spoke at a TEDx Sioux Falls conference, her life has changed. "I've been nominated for the Tribute to Women at the YWCA," she says. "I feel more confident than I already did. I feel like I'm accomplishing way more goals. I'm checking them off my list. I'm really at a happy point in my life right now." - Gottsleben, whose book is being printed at AlphaGraphics in Sioux Falls, undergoes weekly treatments, receiving an infusion that takes up to six hours to complete. She is trying to decide how many books to order, wavering between 500 and 1,000. "I didn't write the book to become famous, and if I have books left over, I have books left over," she says. "But when I think of what I could potentially do, I think (1,000) would be OK. I'd like to get parents to see it." - Gottsleben has been asked to write a blog entry for the website of Handicap This!, a live stage show hosted by two men, one who has cerebral palsy and one who evolved from caretaker to friend. It's part of a whirlwind life she wasn't expecting. "I've got to pinch myself every once in a while," she says. - Quelle: Article by Jill Callison from the Argus Leader.


4.10 GOTTSLEBEN Sharon < 3.10
* 03.12.1953 Philip Lebensorte: Philip Broomfield  
Eltern: Gottsleben James William , Coleman Myrna

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook (Dezember 2014)".

oo um.1983
BAXTER Darwin
* 1957 Lebensorte: Redfield Broomfield  

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook (Dezember 2014; Studium Colorado State University)".

1. Baxter Jessica * 30.11.1983 > 5.8
2. Baxter Zachary (Zach) * 08.04.1985

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook (Dezember 2014)".



Sharon und Darwin Baxter


4.11
GOTTSLEBEN Barbara < 3.10
* 1958
Eltern: Gottsleben James William , Coleman Myrna

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1989
LARSON Carl
* 1953

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Larson Kara * . .1989
2. Larson Dustin * . .1991

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.12
GOTTSLEBEN Carolyn Teacher < 3.10
* 1961 Philip
Eltern: Gottsleben James William , Coleman Myrna

Carolyne Gottsleben ist Lehrerin im Dupree School District. Dupree, SD ist ein kleiner Ort mit 475 Einwohnern. Carolyn schreibt auf ihrer Website: "I was born in Philip, South Dakota several years ago! My parents are James and Myrna Gottsleben. I have 3 older sisters and 1 younger brother. I grew up on the family farm/ranch 18 miles northwest of Philip. I attended country school for 8 years. I attended the country school named Deadman until the 4th grade when it closed. We then went to the country school named Alfalfa Valley 3 1/2 miles from home. Alfalfa Valley is one of the few country schools in South Dakota still open today. I attended St. Martins in Rapid City my 9th grade year. I then attended Philip High School my 10th, 11th, and 12th grade graduating in 1979. I attended college at South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota. I graduated with a B.S. degree in Home Economics in May 1983. I started my first teaching experience in Dupree, South Dakota, teaching Home Economics. I came with the thought that I will stay two or three years and then move on. Time goes fast and those two or three years have turned into 18 years and I'm still teaching in the Dupree School District! In the 18 years, I have taught a combination of Computer Science, Keyboarding, and Home Economics classes. I find teaching fun and rewarding. Keeping up with the changes in technology is a never ending job. I am creating this web page during my attendance at Dupree TTL (Technology for Teaching and Learning) June 2001. The upcoming school year, I will be teaching 7th grade Keyboarding, 8th grade Keyboarding, and Computer Studies I. Teaching is a full time job, even if you get time off in the summer! Parenting, is now my second full time job. In 1992, I married Jim Brooks, jr. In 1993, Brittany Kay was born, and in 1995, Lee James was born. Jim works for the State Department of Transportation, Brittany will be a 3rd grader in Dupree, and Lee will be in Kindergarten. Jim also spends many hours of volunteer work for the Dupree Ambulance and Fire Department". - Quelle: Internet.

oo 1992
BROOKS James
* 1960

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Brooks Brittany Kay * . .1993
2. Brooks Lee James * . .1995

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.13 GOTTSLEBEN William (Bill) Farmer < 3.10
* 1964 Lebensort: Philip   
Eltern: Gottsleben James William , Coleman Myrna

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo
GAIKOWSKI Jayne Teacher (Philip High School)
* 02.10.1960 Lebensort: Philip   
Eltern: Gaikowski Donald F. , Reese Genevieve

Quellen: "Facebook (Juni 2014 <Arbeit und Ausbildung: Webster High School, Webster, South Dakota; Dakota State University, Madison, South Dakota; Haakon School District: 1st Grade Teacher; May 2015 retirement after 29 years of teaching>)" und "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)".

1. Gottsleben Chana * 30.12.1991

Quellen: "Facebook <Studium: American InterContinal University London; Arbeit: South Dakota Art Museum, Gillian Steinhardt Jewelry, Cover to Cover & The Index>" und "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)".

2. Gottsleben Tara * . .1994

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook (hier am 08.09.2015 Mitteilung, dass Tara Mutter einer Tochter geworden ist)".

3. Gottsleben Tyana * . .1997

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook".


4.14
PEKRON Nancy < 3.11
* 16.10.1955
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo
EHRHARDT Rick
* 1954

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

2 oo <.1976
HOVLAND Dough
* 1950

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Hovland Ryan * . .1976

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.15
PEKRON Steven < 3.11
* 14.04.1957
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1993
RUNNER Nina
* 1961

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Pekron Zane * . .1993
2. Pekron Alison * . .1995
3. Pekron Grace * . .2001

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.16
PEKRON Beth < 3.11
* 07.1958
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1976
WALKER Dan
* 1956

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Walker Melinda * . .1976 > 5.9
2. Walker Jeremiah J. * . .1979
3. Walker Nathan * . .1984

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.17
PEKRON Karen < 3.11
* 21.12.1959
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1980
KROETCH Jerry
* 1958

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Kroetch Josh * . .1980
2. Kroetch Brooke * 13.08.1982

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.18
PEKRON Theresa < 3.11
* 09.12.1961
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1996
GOERTZ David
* 1954

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Goertz Jeff * 03.03.1996

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.19
PEKRON Joe < 3.11
* 09.05.1964
Eltern: Pekron Henry (Hank) , Gottsleben Mary Agnes

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1990
JENSON Julie
* 1964

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Pekron Katie * . .1990
2. Pekron Cody * . .1994
3. Pekron Justin * . .1995

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).


4.20
PATTNO Maria < 3.12
* 28.06.1973
Eltern: Pattno Tom , Gottsleben Ann

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1997
SLINKARD Mike
* 01.10.1973

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Slinkard Madison Love * 17.11.1997

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

Generation 5


5.1 GOTTSLEBEN Bruce D. < 4.4
* 02.01.1957 Lebensorte: Watertown Lincoln  
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Public Records, 1970-2009)", "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan <Ehefrau von Bruce Gottsleben: Cheryl Sucovoty>)", "Facebook (September 2015; hier: Angabe der Kinder und [Wieder-]Heirat mit Lynn am 20.05.2010 [?])" und "Lincoln Journal Star. February 09, 2014 (Internet, November 2015 <We celebrated our first Valentine's Day as man and wife one day after our wedding 10 years ago, and every day since has been like a holiday with you! We have grown together, were blessed with a wonderful child and your career has skyrocketed. I couldn't be prouder or love you more! It hasn't always been perfect, though. Ask Lynn about that scratch on her arm! Your loving husband, Bruce>)".

oo
N.N.

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan <Ehefrau von Bruce Gottsleben: Cheryl Sucovoty>).

2. Gottsleben Scott * 05.08.1987

Quellen: "Facebook (September 2015; hier: bei Bruce Gottsleben Angabe des Sohnes)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo 2
HALLOWELL Lynn Renee
* 07.01.1974 Lebensort: Lincoln   

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)", "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Public Records, 1970-2009 <Name: Lynn Renee Hallowell-Gottsleben am 08 Jun 1998 wohnhaft 420 Frost Dr., Lincoln, Nebraska; vom 06 Dec 2005-29 Oct 2007 wohnhaft 3201 Whitlock Rd, Lincoln, Nebraska; weitere Namen: Bruce D Gottsleben, Derald Gottsleben; Name: Lynn Gottsleben, auch: Lynn Renee Hallowell; Geb. 07 Jan 1974; wohnhaft vom 01 Feb 2006-05 Dec 2008 3201 Whitlock Rd, Lincoln, Nebraska; mögliche Verwandte: Allen D Hallowell, Donita K Hallowell, Warren Haqll>)" und "Lincoln Journal Star. February 10, 2014 (Internet, November 2015 <Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital has appointed Lynn Hallowell-Gottsleben, PT, DPT as vice president, community services. A graduate of Creighton University with a clinical doctorate in physical therapy, Hallowell-Gottsleben started her career at Madonna TherapyPlus in 1998. A former staff clinician and clinic manager for Madonna TherapyPlus, Hallowell-Gottsleben previously served as director of outpatient services. In her new role she will provide executive leadership for Madonna TherapyPlus, ProActive, Fit for Work and Soteria. - Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the nation's foremost facilities for medical rehabilitation and research. Specializing in traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and pediatric rehabilitation, Madonna offers hope and healing to thousands of patients from throughout the country each year. Madonna's team of highly specialized physiatrists, therapists, rehabilitation nurses, clinicians and researchers work with the most advanced technology to help each person achieve the highest level of independence. Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital is located at 5401 South Street in Lincoln, Nebraska>)".

1. Gottsleben Mya

Quelle: Facebook (September 2015; hier: bei Bruce Gottsleben Angabe der Tochter).


Lynn und Bruce Gottsleben


5.2 GOTTSLEBEN Bradley Dean 51Jhr 11Mo 2Wo < 4.4
* 12.05.1958 Aberdeen † 30.04.2010 Aurora
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Bradley Dean Gottsleben, 51, Aurora, Mo. formerly of Lincoln, died Friday 4/30/10. Born at Aberdeen S.D. to Derald and Patricia Gottsleben. Survivors: wife, Audrey; sons, Robert, Larry, Richard, George; daughters, Meagan, Ina May; three grandchildren; brother, Bruce; sisters, Kathy, Terry, Darla, Becky. Memorial service: 4 p.m., Wednesday, 5/5/10, Williams Funeral Home, 300 South Central st., Marionville, MO 65705. Memorial to the family; 23743 Lawrence 1230, Aurora, MO. 65605. - Quellen: "Lincoln Journal Star JournalStar (März 2014; hier: posted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010)", "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Social Security Death Index)", "Mundia.com (März 2014)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo
SUKOVATY Mary E.
Lebensorte:  Lincoln  

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records, 1970-2009 <Mary E Sukovaty, wohnhaft 15 Nov 2007 in Lincoln, Nebraska; Mary E. Gottsleben>)", "Facebook (November 2015 <Bei Mary Gottsleben [Sukovaty] Hinweis auf Schwiegertochter Tiffany Gottsleben, Ehefrau von Rick Gottsleben>)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

1. Gottsleben Robert (Rob) * . .1981 > 6.1
2. Gottsleben Larry * .um.1983

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

3. Gottsleben Richard (Rick) * 03.09.1984 > 6.2
4. Gottsleben Meagan * . .1985

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

oo 2
CATHER Audrey A.
* 09.05.1958 Lebensort: Richardson   

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

5. Gottsleben Ina May * . >.1994

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

6. Gottsleben George * 13.12.1994

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".


Bradley Dean Gottsleben


5.3 GOTTSLEBEN Teresa (Terry) < 4.4
* 02.06.1961 Lebensort: Lincoln   
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Quellen: "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Public Records, 1970-2009 <Teresa M Gottsleben; Name auch: Teresa M Harbour; Wohnort: Lincoln, Nebraska; Geburtsdatum: 02 Jun 1961>)", "Facebook (November 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo
HARBOUR Richard Lee

Quellen: "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Public Records <Name: Richard Lee Harbour>)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

1. Harbour Timothy (Tim) Richard * 31.07.1986 Orange

Quellen: FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: California Birth Index, 1905-1995 <Timothy Richard Harbour; * 31 Jul 1986 in Orange, California; Mutter: Gottsleben>)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".


5.4
GOTTSLEBEN Darla Jean < 4.4
* 08.03.1963 Lebensort: Lincoln   
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo
BECK John

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

1. Beck Travis

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".


5.5
GOTTSLEBEN Becky J. < 4.4
* 04.11.1965 Lebensort: Lincoln   
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)", "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index, 1970-2009 <Name: Becky J Gottsleben, auch: Becky J Smith und Becky J Maly, Verwandte: Darla J Gottsleben, Jean M Cardwell, Lyle D Maly, Mark Smith, Pat A Gottsleben>)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo
SMITH Mark

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

2. Smith Jessica (Jessie) * 18.07.1988

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo 2 <.1992
MALY Lyle D.

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

1. Maly Sam

Quelle: Facebook (November 2015).

3. Maly Edward (Eddie) * . .1992

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".


5.6
GOTTSLEBEN Kathy Steele < 4.4
* 15.05.1974 Lebensorte: Omaha Lincoln  
Eltern: Gottsleben Derald Eugene , Harvey Patricia A.

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index, 1970-2009)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo <.1885
RUSSELL Steve

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

1. Russell Danielle * . .1985
2. Russell Bill * . .1987

Kinder Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).

oo 2 <.1994
RAMAEKERS Steven M.

Quellen: "FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: United States Public Records Index)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

3. Ramaekers Alexander * . .1994

Quelle: Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan).


5.7
GOTTSLEBEN Connie Rebecca < 4.5
* 10.07.1972 Hennepin County
Eltern: Gottsleben Gary Leo , Johnston Patricia Fern

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002; Minnesota, Marriage Index, 1958-2001; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt des Sohnes Joel Jeffrey>).

oo 26.06.1999
SACKMASTER Jeffrey Roy
* 31.10.1968

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; hier: Minnesota, Marriage Index, 1958-2001; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002 <Geburt des Sohnes Joel Jeffrey>).

1. Sackmaster Joel Jeffrey * 23.12.2000 Hennepin County

Quelle: FamilySearch.org (März 2014; Minnesota, Birth Index, 1935-2002).


5.8
BAXTER Jessica < 4.10
* 30.11.1983 Lebensorte:  Louisville  
Eltern: Baxter Darwin , Gottsleben Sharon

Quellen: "Familytrees (www.mwsw.com)" und "Facebook (Dezember 2014)".

oo 20.08.2012
LARSON Brian
Lebensorte: Boulder Louisville  

Quelle: Facebook (Dezember 2014).


5.9
WALKER Melinda < 4.16
* 1976
Eltern: Walker Dan , Pekron Beth

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

oo <.1996
BOGUE Justin

Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

1. Bogue Mitchel * . .1996
2. Bogue Jackson * . .1999

Kinder Quelle: Familytrees (www.mwsw.com).

Generation 6


6.1 GOTTSLEBEN Robert (Rob) < 5.2
* 1981
Eltern: Gottsleben Bradley Dean , Sukovaty Mary E.

Quellen: "Weddingchapelmissouri.com (November 2015; Rob & Tammy Gottslebens Hochzeit: September 10, 2011 in der Wedding Chapel at Shepherd's Field in Mt. Vernon, MO)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo 10.09.2011 Mount Vernon
WEIDMANN Tammy Lee
* 22.09.1972 Lebensorte: Aurora Mount Vernon  
Eltern: Weidmann Stephen E. , N.N. Vickie L.

Quellen: "Facebook (November 2015 <Its Me ... You want to know ask me and I will tell. Ive done alot and been in alot of places. Very proud of my 2 children. Geoffrey ... and Ashleigh. Love my babies; Eltern: Vickie und Stephen Weidmann>)", "FamilySearch (November 2015; hier: United States Public Records, 1970-2009 <Name: Tammy Lee Gold, auch: Tammy L Austin; Wohnort: Mount Vernon, Missouri; mögliche Verwandte: Angie E Gold, Gary A Austin [weiterer Ehemann ?], Geoffrey S Gold, James A Gold, Jimmy Gold, Larry D Gold Sr, Lee Gold, Nancy J Gold, William P Gold>)" und "Weddingchapelmissouri.com (November 2015; Rob & Tammy Gottslebens Hochzeit: September 10, 2011 in der Wedding Chapel at Shepherd's Field in Mt. Vernon, MO)".


6.2
GOTTSLEBEN Richard (Rick) < 5.2
* 03.09.1984 Lebensorte: Lincoln San Diego  
Eltern: Gottsleben Bradley Dean , Sukovaty Mary E.

Richard Gottsleben 2002 graduate of Wilber-Clatonia High School in Wilber, NE. - Quellen: "Facebook (Juli 2015)", "Classmates.com (Juli 2015)" und "Mypages.allwest.com (März 2014; hier: Relatives of Bruce Rognan)".

oo 08.07.2015
MINAS Tiffany
Lebensorte: Mount Pocono San Diego  

Quelle: Facebook (Juli 2015).

1. Gottsleben Lilyan * . .2014

Quelle: Facebook (November 2015).


Rick, Tiffany, Tammy und Rob Gottsleben

Stand : 11.11.2015
Erstellt mit PC-AHNEN 2015

Stand: November 2015
Klaus Gottsleben
 
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