The Ancestors and Cousins of Tracy Lynn DeVault

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Living Vergilio

F, #951

Parents

FatherDennis Arthur Vergilio (b. 22 July 1949, d. 14 September 2004)
MotherLiving Moretta
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Living Vergilio

F, #952

Parents

FatherDennis Arthur Vergilio (b. 22 July 1949, d. 14 September 2004)
MotherLiving Moretta
Pedigree Link

Living Vergilio

F, #953

Parents

FatherDennis Arthur Vergilio (b. 22 July 1949, d. 14 September 2004)
MotherLiving Moretta
Pedigree Link

Living Meehan

F, #955

Parents

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Living Meehan

F, #956

Parents

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Michael Anthony Callaway1,2

M, #957, b. 26 July 1956, d. 1991
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Michael Anthony Callaway was born on 26 July 1956 in Texas.1 He died in 1991, at age ~35, in California.1
Michael Anthony Callaway had reference number 958.

Citations

  1. [S8384] Letter from Annamarie (Vergilio) Avalos, dated August, 1999, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S8385] Letter from Arthur Vergilio, dated September, 1999, Source Medium: Book

Living Avalos

M, #958

Parents

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Living Moore

F, #960

Parents

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Joseph Leo "Joe" Vergilio1

M, #961, b. 4 April 1894, d. 17 October 1944

Parents

FatherAntonio DiVirgilio (b. about 1858, d. between 1911 and 1920)
MotherAugustina Guistina Bosi (b. 3 October 1859, d. 24 May 1951)
Pedigree Link

Family: Gweneth Adelene "Gwen" Brehm (b. 14 April 1903, d. 23 April 1977)

DaughterJoanne Marie Vergilio+ (b. 27 October 1933, d. 3 December 2012)

BASIC FACTS

Joseph Leo "Joe" Vergilio was born on 4 April 1893 in Cleveland, Hhio.2 He was born on 4 April 1894 in Orsogna, Provence of Chieti, Region of Abruzzo, Italy.1 He and Gweneth Adelene "Gwen" Brehm were married on 15 August 1930 in Cleveland, Ohio.1 He died on 17 October 1944, at age 50, in Cleveland, Ohio.1 He was buried in Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery, Avon, Loraine Co., Ohio.2
Joseph Leo "Joe" Vergilio had reference number 962. World War I, U.S. Army, Pennsylvania, Private 1st Class, 313.M.G.BN. 80 Div. Joe served with the American Expeditionary Forces in France and was a member of the American Legion.2 Joe died of pneumonia after being ill for only two weeks.

Joe Vergilio was an engineer, inventor and owned his own business, the J. L. Vergilio Company. He invented the Veriflow Meter. His company published the Vergilio News.

Tony Vergilio remembers his uncle Joe asking Tony to come to work for him before WWII. Joe was Tony's Godfather.

There are vague family stories that Joe Vergilio was a twin and his twin brother died at birth or shortly there after. In the 1910 Census, Augustina says she has only had two children and both are living.

Citations

  1. [S8452] Letter from Joanne (Vergilio) Bargar dated September, 1999, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Joanne Marie Vergilio1

F, #962, b. 27 October 1933, d. 3 December 2012

Parents

FatherJoseph Leo "Joe" Vergilio (b. 4 April 1894, d. 17 October 1944)
MotherGweneth Adelene "Gwen" Brehm (b. 14 April 1903, d. 23 April 1977)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Joanne Marie Vergilio was born on 27 October 1933 in Cleveland, Ohio.1 She died on 3 December 2012, at age 79, in Florida.
Joanne Marie Vergilio had reference number 963.

Citations

  1. [S8452] Letter from Joanne (Vergilio) Bargar dated September, 1999, Source Medium: Book

Bette Jean Sutherland1

F, #963, b. 30 September 1933, d. 4 April 2011

Parents

Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Bette Jean Sutherland was born on 30 September 1929 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California.2,3 She was born on 30 September 1933 in Los Angeles, California.1 She and Albert Adam Vergilio were married on 17 January 1964. She died on 4 April 2011, at age 77, in Carson, Los Angeles Co., California.
Bette Jean Sutherland had reference number 964.

Betty/Bette was first married to Robert Lee Spradling, Jr. They had a son, Barry Cameron Spalding.

Citations

  1. [S8389] Letter from Bette (Sutherland) Vergilio, dated August, 1999, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S2649] Birth Records - California, California Birth Index 1905 - 1995 (Ancestry.Com)

Living Armand

M, #965

Parents

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Adin Louis Cooper, Sr.

M, #967, b. 28 August 1889, d. 17 April 1959
Pedigree Link

Family: Ruby Jane Leighton (b. 15 February 1901, d. 27 January 1993)

SonAdin Louis Cooper, Jr.+ (b. 10 February 1920, d. 1 November 1996)

BASIC FACTS

Adin Louis Cooper, Sr., was born on 28 August 1889 in Missouri.1 He and Ruby Jane Leighton were married on 16 October 1918 in St. Thomas Church, Los Angeles, California. He died on 17 April 1959, at age 69, in Idlewild, California.1 He was buried on 21 April 1959 in San Jacinto Valley Cemetery.1
Adin Louis Cooper, Sr., had reference number 968.

Citations

  1. [S8308] Holy Card - Adin Louis Cooper, Sr, Source Medium: Book

Adin Louis Cooper, Jr.1

M, #968, b. 10 February 1920, d. 1 November 1996

Parents

FatherAdin Louis Cooper, Sr. (b. 28 August 1889, d. 17 April 1959)
MotherRuby Jane Leighton (b. 15 February 1901, d. 27 January 1993)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Adin Louis Cooper, Jr., was born on 10 February 1920.1 He died on 1 November 1996, at age 76.2
Adin Louis Cooper, Jr., had reference number 969.

Citations

  1. [S12013] Records of Marguerite (Gualco) Kurtz, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12038] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book

Living Diehm

M, #969

Parents

FatherHarold E. "Hap" Diehm (b. 7 March 1933, d. 3 November 2002)
MotherJoan C. Peterson (b. 11 December 1935, d. 22 June 1987)
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Adam Finkner1,2,3,4

M, #970, b. 9 October 1858, d. 22 February 1925

Parents

FatherJohn Killian Funkner (b. 23 October 1828)
MotherKatherine Schlund (d. 1864)
Pedigree Link

Family: Rosina "Rosa" Diehm (b. 8 March 1854, d. 25 March 1923)

ChildChild Finkner (d. DECEASED)
DaughterAnna Rosina Finkner+ (b. 22 February 1883, d. 22 March 1949)
DaughterErnestine "Tina" Finkner (b. 15 July 1884, d. 23 March 1960)
DaughterSophia Kathrine Finkner+ (b. 14 July 1886, d. 10 February 1973)
DaughterCharlotte Christina "Lottie" Finkner (b. 3 May 1889, d. 16 July 1974)
DaughterOtillia Marie "Tillie" Finkner+ (b. 14 January 1892)
DaughterJulia Clara Finkner+ (b. 7 January 1894, d. February 1983)
DaughterLouise Hannah Finkner+ (b. 28 February 1898)

BASIC FACTS

Adam Finkner was born on 9 October 1858 in Hoefeld, Baden, Germany.1,5,4 He and Rosina "Rosa" Diehm were married on 15 December 1881 in Hoefeld, Baden, Germany.4 He died on 22 February 1925, at age 66, in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska.5,4 He was buried in Granite Hill Cemetery (aka Hopewell Cemetery), Johnson Co., Nebraska.5
Adam Finkner had reference number 971. He was a Farmer.

OBITUARY

Adam Finkner was born Oct. 9th, 1858 at Hoefeld Baden, Germany and died at his home Feb. 22, 1925 aged 66 years 4 months and 12 days. In 1881 he was united in marriage to Rosina Diehm who preceded him in death the 25th day of March 1923. In 1882 they came to America making there home on a farm six miles southwest of Sterling Ne. where they have resided ever since. This union was blessed with eight children, being Mrs. Anna Kritner, Sophia Kritner, Tillie Feye, Julia Eilers, Louise Sacha, Tena and Lothie who reside at home. One of the children died in infancy. Besides his children he leaves to mourn his death three brothers, one of Akron Ohio, and two still living in Germany. In 1883 under the work of the Rev. H.C. Ihne he united with the German M. E. Church of Hopewell of which he was a faithful member til his death. Mr. Finkner was a good christian, a true husband and a loving father. The funeral services were held at the Hopewell M. E. Church Wed. at 1:30 pm by pastor Rev. H. Paustion and the interment was in the Granite Hill Cemetary.

GRAVE STONE

FINKNER
ADAM
OCT. 9, 1858 -- FEB. 22, 1925
ROSENA
MAR. 8, 1854 -- MAR 25, 1923.


Adam Finkner was the third son of John Killian Finkner and his first wife, Katherine Schlund. In the late 1870's, Adam served in the German Army and was stationed at the Army Camp at Heidelburg.

Soon after his marriage on December 15, 1881, to Rosina Diehm, daughter of Thomas Diehm and Rosina Eisner, he brought his young bride to the United States. Traveling with them were his brother, Killian John Finkner, Killian's wife, Magdalena (Hemrich), their two small daughters, Lena and Marie. Also in the party were Rosina's brothers, Ferdinand and Frederick Diehm. The ship on which they had passage docked at Philadelphia on March 14, 1882.

After the long journey by ship, they came by train to Beatrice, Nebraska, then by wagon to the home of some people whom they knew near Sterling, Nebraska. John Michael Finkner, who had come to the United States a year earlier, was working in this neighborhood.

Adam and Rosina soon secured some land about six miles southwest of Sterling, planted some trees, built a house, and established a home where they lived the rest of their lives. Here, their seven daughters were born and grew to womanhood. Others, too, made this their home at various times. Among these were Rosina's half-sister, Barbara, who later became Mrs. John Joekel, Jr., Barbara's mother and a cousin, Marie Friedline, who returned to Germany in 1899.

Life was not easy in the midwest in the late 1800's but neighbors helped each other and, since Michael lived near by, he and Adam exchanged work quite often. Housewives were experts in making the best use of everything they had. Rosina brought her spinning wheel from Germany to her new home and made a part, at least, of her family's clothing from homespun materials. On one occasion, her husband's homespun shirts were, unexpectedly, most welcome. One sultry afternoon Adam, Michael, and two of their neighbors had just begun harvesting Adam's grain when a sudden storm came up. The wind blew so hard that Rosina had to hold the house door to keep it intact. In the field, the men looked for cover from the fury of the wind and rain. The two neighbors took refuge in a small shed and Adam and Michael crawled under a shock of gain. This provided some protection but their clothing was soon soaked. When the storm abated, they made heir way to the house where they exchanged their cold wet shirts for the dry warm comfort of the "homespuns".

In August of 1903, Adam returned to Germany to visit with his relatives. He stayed for three months, but was very glad to see the Statue of Liberty when he returned to the United States and to get back home to his family.

The daughters of Adam and Rosina are respected members of the communities where they live. Ernestine (Tina) and Charlotte (Lottie) served as sales persons in Sterling for many years. After their retirement, they continued to make their home in Sterling where Lottie still lives. Sophia lives in Geneva, Nebraska, where her husband was in business for many years. Otilla (Tillie) and her husband live in Adams. Julia and her husband, who is a farmer, live near Sterling, Louise lives in Arizona where her husband has his work.

Among the descendents of Adam and Rosina are farmers, a florist, musicians, a certified public accountant, a funeral director, a cattleman, and others who are working to provide the best possible homes for their families and who are helping to make their communities into better places to live.

The above text was taken from "The Finkner Family Tree" by William Hobert Finkner, Meryl Ramsey Finkner and Olan Earl Finkner.
He immigrated in 1882.6

Citations

  1. [S583] 1900 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Sterling Pct, Source Medium: Book, Page 11A
  2. [S8337] I.G.I. Version 4.01, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S8517] Letter from Wanda (Hillman) Cartwright dated January 31, 2000, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S4065] Descendents of Thomas Diehm, prepared by Betty Joekel, Source Medium: Book
  5. [S7478] Grave Marker - Adam & Rosena Finkner, Granite Hill Cemetery, Johnson Co., Nebraska, Source Medium: Book
  6. [S4039] Descendents of John Killian Finkner prepared by William, Meryl & Olan Finkner, Source Medium: Book

Rosina "Rosa" Diehm1,2,3,4

F, #971, b. 8 March 1854, d. 25 March 1923

Parents

FatherJohann Thomas Diehm (b. about 1838)
MotherRosena Eisner (b. about 1839)
Pedigree Link

Family: Adam Finkner (b. 9 October 1858, d. 22 February 1925)

ChildChild Finkner (d. DECEASED)
DaughterAnna Rosina Finkner+ (b. 22 February 1883, d. 22 March 1949)
DaughterErnestine "Tina" Finkner (b. 15 July 1884, d. 23 March 1960)
DaughterSophia Kathrine Finkner+ (b. 14 July 1886, d. 10 February 1973)
DaughterCharlotte Christina "Lottie" Finkner (b. 3 May 1889, d. 16 July 1974)
DaughterOtillia Marie "Tillie" Finkner+ (b. 14 January 1892)
DaughterJulia Clara Finkner+ (b. 7 January 1894, d. February 1983)
DaughterLouise Hannah Finkner+ (b. 28 February 1898)

BASIC FACTS

Rosina "Rosa" Diehm was born on 8 March 1854 in Kembach, Baden, Germany.1,5,4 She and Adam Finkner were married on 15 December 1881 in Hoefeld, Baden, Germany.4 She died on 25 March 1923, at age 69, in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska.5,4 She was buried in Granite Hill Cemetery (aka Hopewell Cemetery), Johnson Co., Nebraska.5
Rosina "Rosa" Diehm had reference number 972.

OBITUARY

Mrs. Rosina Finkner, nee Diehm, was born March 08,1854 at Kembach Baden Germany. She was united in marriage to Adam Finkner in 1881. To this union were born eight children, one of them died in early childhood. In 1882 they came to America, and located near Sterling, where they have resided ever since. During the ministry of Rev. Ihne, she was converted to God and united with the Hopewell Methodist Episcopal church in 1883, and remained a faithful member of the same to the time of her death. Mother Finkner had not been very well for some time, yet her end came quite unexpectedly. She bore her suffering patiently and never complained, seeking always to hide her pain that she might not cause others unhappiness. She passed away in her home where she spent her life as a devoted wife and a loving mother. "She hath done what she could." She is survived by her husband, seven daughters, and are Mrs. Ed. Kritner, Mrs. Arthur Kritner, Mrs. Edw. Eilers, Mrs. Walter Feye, Mrs. Stanley Sacha, and the Misses Charlotte and Ernestine Finkner. She also leaves two brothers and one sister. Funeral services were held from the home Tuesday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, Rev. Paustian of Hopewell church, officiating, and interment was in the Granite Hill Cemetery.

GRAVE STONE

FINKNER
ADAM
OCT. 9, 1858 -- FEB. 22, 1925
ROSENA
MAR. 8, 1854 -- MAR 25, 1923.


Adam Finkner was the third son of John Killian Finkner and his first wife, Katherine Schlund. In the late 1870's, Adam served in the German Army and was stationed at the Army Camp at Heidelburg.

Soon after his marriage on December 15, 1881, to Rosina Diehm, daughter of Thomas Diehm and Rosina Eisner, he brought his young bride to the United States. Traveling with them were his brother, Killian John Finkner, Killian's wife, Magdalena (Hemrich), their two small daughters, Lena and Marie. Also in the party were Rosina's brothers, Ferdinand and Frederick Diehm. The ship on which they had passage docked at Philadelphia on March 14, 1882.

After the long journey by ship, they came by train to Beatrice, Nebraska, then by wagon to the home of some people whom they knew near Sterling, Nebraska. John Michael Finkner, who had come to the United States a year earlier, was working in this neighborhood.

Adam and Rosina soon secured some land about six miles southwest of Sterling, planted some trees, built a house, and established a home where they lived the rest of their lives. Here, their seven daughters were born and grew to womanhood. Others, too, made this their home at various times. Among these were Rosina's half-sister, Barbara, who later became Mrs. John Joekel, Jr., Barbara's mother and a cousin, Marie Friedline, who returned to Germany in 1899.

Life was not easy in the midwest in the late 1800's but neighbors helped each other and, since Michael lived near by, he and Adam exchanged work quite often. Housewives were experts in making the best use of everything they had. Rosina brought her spinning wheel from Germany to her new home and made a part, at least, of her family's clothing from homespun materials. On one occasion, her husband's homespun shirts were, unexpectedly, most welcome. One sultry afternoon Adam, Michael, and two of their neighbors had just begun harvesting Adam's grain when a sudden storm came up. The wind blew so hard that Rosina had to hold the house door to keep it intact. In the field, the men looked for cover from the fury of the wind and rain. The two neighbors took refuge in a small shed and Adam and Michael crawled under a shock of gain. This provided some protection but their clothing was soon soaked. When the storm abated, they made heir way to the house where they exchanged their cold wet shirts for the dry warm comfort of the "homespuns".

In August of 1903, Adam returned to Germany to visit with his relatives. He stayed for three months, but was very glad to see the Statue of Liberty when he returned to the United States and to get back home to his family.

The daughters of Adam and Rosina are respected members of the communities where they live. Ernestine (Tina) and Charlotte (Lottie) served as sales persons in Sterling for many years. After their retirement, they continued to make their home in Sterling where Lottie still lives. Sophia lives in Geneva, Nebraska, where her husband was in business for many years. Otilla (Tillie) and her husband live in Adams. Julia and her husband, who is a farmer, live near Sterling, Louise lives in Arizona where her husband has his work.

Among the descendents of Adam and Rosina are farmers, a florist, musicians, a certified public accountant, a funeral director, a cattleman, and others who are working to provide the best possible homes for their families and who are helping to make their communities into better places to live.

The above text was taken from "The Finkner Family Tree" by William Hobert Finkner, Meryl Ramsey Finkner and Olan Earl Finkner.

Citations

  1. [S583] 1900 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Sterling Pct, Source Medium: Book, Page 11A
  2. [S8337] I.G.I. Version 4.01, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S8517] Letter from Wanda (Hillman) Cartwright dated January 31, 2000, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S4065] Descendents of Thomas Diehm, prepared by Betty Joekel, Source Medium: Book
  5. [S7478] Grave Marker - Adam & Rosena Finkner, Granite Hill Cemetery, Johnson Co., Nebraska, Source Medium: Book

Charlotte Othling1

F, #972
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Charlotte Othling and Harold E. "Hap" Diehm were married on 3 October 1998 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska.1

Citations

  1. [S8435] Letter from Harold Diehm dated May 3, 2000

Minnie Joekel1,2

F, #973, b. 8 November 1865, d. 11 July 1955

Parents

FatherJohannes Joekel (b. 17 October 1836, d. 1 June 1904)
MotherCaroline Wilhelmine H. Kuhfusz (b. 12 December 1839, d. 5 November 1871)
Pedigree Link

Family: Charles Werner (b. 2 November 1861, d. 20 July 1898)

SonOscar Helmuth Werner+ (b. 1 January 1888, d. DECEASED)
SonAlfred Henry Werner+ (b. 30 December 1889, d. 6 February 1962)
SonWalter Herman Werner+ (b. 13 June 1892, d. 1987)
SonCharles August Werner+ (b. 11 April 1894, d. 30 April 1963)

BASIC FACTS

Minnie Joekel was born on 8 November 1865 in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska.3,2 She was born in December 1870 in Nebraska.4 She and Charles Werner were married on 9 June 1886 in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska. She died on 11 July 1955, at age 89, in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska.2 She was buried in Granite Hill Cemetery (aka Hopewell Cemetery), Johnson Co., Nebraska.2,5
Minnie Joekel had reference number 974.

Citations

  1. [S322] 1880 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Source Medium: Book, Family 168
  2. [S4032] Descendents of John (Johannes) Joekel prepared by Oscar and Gertrude Werner, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S322] 1880 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Page 18
  4. [S587] 1900 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Vesta Pct, Source Medium: Book, Dist 31, Sheet 9A
  5. [S4015] Descendents of Frederick Kuhfusz prepared by Oscar and Gertrude Werner, Source Medium: Book

Emma Elizabeth Diehm1,2,3,4,5

F, #974, b. 25 November 1891, d. 7 July 1984

Parents

FatherFrederick "Fred" Diehm (b. 9 September 1865, d. 2 March 1949)
MotherWilhelmina Friederike "Minnie" Krause (b. 25 December 1870, d. 12 January 1905)
Pedigree Link

Family: Arthur Ernest Finkner (b. 14 January 1893, d. 19 December 1988)

SonLiving Finkner+
SonRoland Arthur Finkner (b. 26 February 1918, d. 18 June 2005)
SonVernon Frederick "Vern" Finkner (b. 13 March 1921, d. 29 March 2007)
SonGlenn Finkner (b. 24 August 1924, d. 24 August 1924)

BASIC FACTS

Emma Elizabeth Diehm was born on 25 November 1891 in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska.1,4,5 She and Arthur Ernest Finkner were married on 23 November 1916 in the home of the bride's parents, Sterling, Johnson County, Nebraska.1,4,5 She died on 7 July 1984, at age 92, in Fort Morgan, Morgan Co., Colorado.1 She was buried in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Fort Morgan, Morgan Co., Colorado.6
Emma Elizabeth Diehm had reference number 975.

Arthur and Emma lived much of their lives around Pawnee City, Nebraska. In the early 1920's they purchased a farm near La Junta, Colorado. Vern was born while they were living on this farm. Then they decided to move back to Nebraska. They traded farms with people living in Pawnee City and moved back there. In 1954 Vern and his wife were looking for good land to farm and bought the place where he now lives in Fort Morgan, Colorado. In 1958 Arthur, Emma and son Harold moved to Fort Morgan, Colorado. Circumstances prevented Harold and Vern from continuing with their plans to farm. Vern worked for many years as a mechanic for the Chevrolet Dealer.
She was christened on 20 March 1892 in Hopewell Methodist Church, Johnson Co., Nebraska.4

Citations

  1. [S5168] Genealogy prepared by Beth Gatewood, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S1314] 1920 Census, Nebraska, Johnson County, Source Medium: Book, E.D. 35, Family 30
  3. [S8517] Letter from Wanda (Hillman) Cartwright dated January 31, 2000, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S4065] Descendents of Thomas Diehm, prepared by Betty Joekel, Source Medium: Book
  5. [S4039] Descendents of John Killian Finkner prepared by William, Meryl & Olan Finkner, Source Medium: Book
  6. [S11978] Phone conversation with Vern Finkner, July 28, 2001

Bertha Caroline Diehm1,2,3

F, #975, b. 23 March 1895, d. 30 August 1981

Parents

FatherFrederick "Fred" Diehm (b. 9 September 1865, d. 2 March 1949)
MotherWilhelmina Friederike "Minnie" Krause (b. 25 December 1870, d. 12 January 1905)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Bertha Caroline Diehm was born on 23 March 1895 in Sterling, Johnson Co., Nebraska.1,4 She died on 30 August 1981, at age 86, in Pawnee City, Pawnee Co., Nebraska.1,4 She was buried in Granite Hill Cemetery (aka Hopewell Cemetery), Johnson Co., Nebraska.3,4
Bertha Caroline Diehm had reference number 976. Her Social Security Number was 505-60-2064, issued Nebraska.5

GRAVE STONE

BERTHA C. DIEHM
MARCH 23, 1895
AUGUST 30, 1981.

Citations

  1. [S5168] Genealogy prepared by Beth Gatewood, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S8517] Letter from Wanda (Hillman) Cartwright dated January 31, 2000, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S4065] Descendents of Thomas Diehm, prepared by Betty Joekel, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S7534] Grave Marker - Bertha C. Diehm, Granite Hill Cemetery, Johnson Co., Nebraska, Source Medium: Book
  5. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book