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151 Arrived USA October 29, 1899 New York City, N. Y. aboard the SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. Deines Johann Heinrich (I08299)
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Strider Virginia Catherine (I07350)
 
153 At one time their address was 8559 Clough Pike Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. Strider Julia (I07347)
 
154 Attended the University of Nebraska Eade George William (I13171)
 
155 August 8, 1937, the Communists arrested every third male member in every family in Merkel and shipped them to Engels, Samara Province, Russia. Heinrich was one of the members of this group. His family never heard from him again. His son Johannes in 1958 began to do research to determine what had happened to him. He discovered in the Stalingrad archives that his father had been shot and killed November 11, 1937 at the labor camp in Engels. Margheim Heinrich (I03971)
 
156 Baptised 01 Feb 1918 Zion United Church of Christ, Windsor, Weld County, Colorado.  Schmidt Ruth (I16729)
 
157 Baptised at the German Evangelical Lutheran St. Paul's Church, Mitchell, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska August 8, 1931. Sponsors were: Grandmother Elizabeth (Foos) Margheim, Johann Heinrich (Henry) and Eva Katharina (Deines) Kurtz.

I was born on the Henry Tanaka farm in Gering Valley, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska. My father worked there as a farm hand for $25.00 a month, plus housing. It was located 1 mile north, and 1 mile west of the Cedar Canyon School. In 1932, my grandfather Louis Margheim, Sr. rented the farm, and my father and mother became partners, working on the farm, and sharing in the profits. We lived there until the end of 1934. In early 1935 the entire family moved 9 miles north of Scottsbluff to the Lake Alice area where grandfather Louis rented the Bender farm. In 1936 my parents decided to farm on their own and rented the Hinkle farm which was located in the same area (7 miles north of Scottsbluff). In 1937, grandfather Louis rented the large Parkhurst farm, 2 miles north of the Bender farm, and my parents rejoined grandfather and we lived on the main Parkhurst farm in a "beet shack" behind the main buildings. I started school at the Lake Alice Rural School (grades 1 thru 8) while we lived there. In 1938 grandfather Louis decided to move to another farm, and my parents took over the rental of the Parkhurst farm. We moved to the large two story house that was located 1 mile south of the main buildings. My father farmed there until the fall of 1941, when he decided to rent a farm from Henry,and Maria (Kurtz) Stuckert (Maria Kurtz was a daughter of my sponsors at my Baptism) in the "Dutch Flats" community north of Morrill, Nebraska. We lived across the road from the Liberty Rural School (grades 1 thru 12). Our family farmed there until the fall of 1944 when my parents decided to stop farming and purchased a home at 945 L. Street, Gering, Nebraska. I attended Gering Middle and High Schools (graduating in 1949) which at that time were housed in the same building complex. From 1944 to 1949 I attended school and worked for grandfather Louis, and uncles Louis, Jr. and Fred, on their farm at Lyman, Nebraska during the summer school vaction period. I also spent 2 weeks per year working on uncle Alex Kufeldt's farm at Bridgeport, Nebraska. My mother, brother Don, and I also spent time on the Christian Welsh farm, just outside of Gering, thinning sugar beets for extra family income in the spring of each year. I came down with polio in 1948, which ended my career in sports. I was treated with the only known treatment at the time, the "Sister Kinney" method (hot packs covering the body, 20 minutes on and 20 minutes off, for 31 days). In 1949, after graduating from Gering High School, I went to work for the Panhandle Co-operative Cannery in Scottsbluff. Bill Haslet, the local manager, took me under his wing as a management trainee. I worked for the Co-0p until May 1951 as a Production Foreman. The Korean War was in full swing and I decided to enlist in the United States Air Force. I was sent to Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas for basic training. I was selected for Academic Instructor's School at Lackland after my basic training, and later was sent to Columbia University, New York City, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, and the Air University, Montgomery, Alabama. I became an Academic Instructor at the Pre-Flight Cadet Training Schools at Randolph AFB, and Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas. I taught Air Force Customs and Courtesies, Military Law, Mathematics, and Rescue and Survival.  
Margheim Clarence Jake (I00016)
 
158 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Miller Esther Virginia (I02751)
 
159 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margheim Ronald Clarence (I00040)
 
160 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margheim Lorraine Evon (I00039)
 
161 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Moore Elaine Thelma (I00038)
 
162 Baptism: 02 Apr 1905, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Russell County, Kansas.  Tittel Emmanuel (I08503)
 
163 Baptism: 11 Jun 1922, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Scottsbluff, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska.

Confirmation: 1937, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Scottsbluff, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska.  
Eberhart Theodore (I12944)
 
164 Baptism: 16 Jun 1907, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Russell County, Kansas.

Confirmation: 04 Jun 1922, Trinity Lutheran Church, Bender Hill, Russell County, Kansas.  
Tittel Herbert (I08501)
 
165 Baptism: 17 Jul 1910, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Russell, Russell County, Kansas. Tittel Martha (I08502)
 
166 Baron of Rothes. Baron Leslie Norman (I03762)
 
167 Barton County, Kansas, Declaration of Intention, Book 3, page 159, January 25, 1919.

Conrad Wilhelm, Jr., Hoisington, Kansas. Description: 19, light complexion, 5'5'', 150 lbs., brown hair, gray eyes. Occupation: Laborer. Born October 5, 1899, Shandorf, Samara, Russia. From Lebau, Russia, arrived Gretna, North Dakota on August 1, 1903. Vessel: Lake Ontario. 
Wilhelm Conrad, Jr. (I02701)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Escamilla Rolando Antonio (I13130)
 
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Escamilla Raquel (I13063)
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pietre Baylee Leanne (I13404)
 
171 Became a naturalized citizen 14 Sep 1934 at Gering, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska.  Martin Eva (I01181)
 
172 Became a US Citizen in 1937. Weinmeister Henry (I01842)
 
173 Bertha was baptised and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. Moved to Russell, Russell County, Kansas in 1930.

Confirmation: 04 Apr 1909, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Russell County, Kansas.

The Kansas 1930 US Census for Russell County, Lincoln Precinct, District 9 lists the family as follows: Family Group 14; Bertha Margheim, age 35, born in Kansas. Children: Orlando, age 12, born in Kansas; Vierna B., age 11, born in Kansas; Elfrieda S., age 9, born in Kansas; Waldo A., age 7, born in Kansas; Vernon A., age 6, born in Kansas.  
Schneider Bertha (I02700)
 
174 Billy had been working to replace the roof on the home. Billy was found at the end of the day, dead while taking a shower. Winkler Billy Franklin (I13088)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Steining Lucas Micheal (I02442)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Powell Kennedy Marie (I09089)
 
177 Bob was a natural athlete excelling in Baseball, Basketball, and Football. He graduated from Lyman, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska High School in 1948.

He joined the US Army in 1949 during the Korean Conflict. He was stationed in Japan and Korea. He received numerous honors while serving his country, including the Purple Heart with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Accommodation Medal, the Combat Infantry Badge and the Korean Service Medal with five Bronze Service Stars. He received an Honorable Discharge in January 1952. 
Morgheim Bobby Junior (I00022)
 
178 Boenstadt Church records indicate they had another daughter (name not legible). Elisabeth (I20900)
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margheim Mattie Jean (I12983)
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Duke Christopher Dalton (I04209)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margheim Marcia Kathleen (I04186)
 
182 Born at Grace Hospital, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas. Twin of Marcia Kathleen Margheim. Margheim Gracia Eileen (I04187)
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McDaniel Sean Michael (I07511)
 
184 Born illegitimate. Weitzel Elisabeth (I17077)
 
185 Born John Stewart. King Robert III (I02472)
 
186 Born Robert Bruce XIII. Was Earl of Carrick, Lord Brus, King of Scotland. King of Scotland Bruce Robert 1 (Robert the Bruce) (I02475)
 
187 Born Robert le Meschin. Bruce Robert, II (I03129)
 
188 Born Robert Stewart. Endnotes: Lest We Forget, 220, Peerage of Scotland, the Book of Agnews, The Book of Erwines, etc. Royal Families of England, Scotland, and Wales. Peerage of Scotland. King Robert II (I02470)
 
189 Brother of Charlotte's Husband, Hugh Porter John (I13202)
 
190 Brought the first church bells to New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas from Germany.  Schaefer Johann Carl (I00439)
 
191 Burial note provided by Debra Jean Foos (grandaughter) Foos Harry H. (I05721)
 
192 Buried in the cemetery built in 1745 by Col. Robert Lindsay at Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. His tombstone reads: "Son of Opie Lindsay and Miss Jett". Lindsay Thomas Walter (I08014)
 
193 Came from the Yagodnaya Paoyana Colony.

AKA Barbara Felger.  
Volcker Barbara (I17229)
 
194 Came to the USA 8 March 1913, port of entry Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Destination Denver, Adams County, Colorado. Declaration of Intention filed April 3, 1922, DFC 08 17 07758, Denver County, Colorado. Residence Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Naturalized 6 January 1943, CSA 009213 20 2395, Weld County, Colorado. Residence Greeley, Weld County, Colorado.  Herdt Jacob (I01233)
 
195 Came to the USA from Wiesenmuller, Samara Province, Seelmann District, Russia. Arrival date was December 1886 at New York.

Wiesenmuller is a daughter colony of Merkel, and was founded in 1860. Georg Jacob probably left Merkel as a young man to take advantage of the new land made available by the Russian Government.

Declaration of Intention was filed November 2, 1889 in Russell County, Kansas. Age listed as 32, and had been born in Russia. Filed as Jacob Margheim.

Dr. Igor Pleve, Saratov State University, Saratov, Saratov Province, Russia, included a copy from the Merkel Church Book of the page registering the birth of Georg Jacob Margheim on May 7, 1857. Baptised Lutheran in the church by Pastor Ludwig Marpurg. Sponsors: Colonists Jacob Margheim, Heinrich Templing, and Catherine Kunz. Note in right margin: Moved (Ausgesiedelt). The copy is included in the Documentation Section of the Margheim Family History Book.  
Margheim Georg Jacob (I02533)
 
196 Came to the USA in 1876. Settled in Nebraska for 8 years. In 1884 moved to a homestead five miles west of Ritzville, Adams County, Washington.  Miller Heinrich (I07738)
 
197 Came to the USA in 1906 along with his uncle George to Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska. Lived in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois where he owned a large resturant. Had 3 Children. Brunz Mike (I12262)
 
198 Came to the USA in 1912. Foos Mary Elizabeth (I02580)
 
199 Came to the USA in 1913.

Confirmation: 1921, St. John's Lutheran Church, Greeley, Weld County, Colorado.

 
Bernhardt Martha (I09559)
 
200 Came to the USA in December 1900, via Halifax, Nova Scotia, aboard the S.S. Tunisian.  Blum Conrad (I20105)
 

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