A Huber/Hooss marriage took place in the bride’s home on All Saints Day 125 years ago in Perryville. I will be discussing the lives of the bride and groom, along with their connection to a few other individuals who were connected to this couple. Joseph Huber was born on May 16, 1867, the son of … More Huber and Hooss
A main character in today’s post is mentioned in our German Family Tree but has no documents attached to his name. That is because he was a Roman Catholic and remained so his entire life. His name is Francis Xavier Sutterer. The names Francis and Xavier even imply that he was Catholic. Frank, as he … More Frank and Barb – A Catholic-Lutheran Couple
Almost a year ago, I wrote a post, A Pair of Oehlert-Huber Pairs, in which I made the following statement: “When I researched today’s story, it was like playing 5-card draw poker. I originally had one pair, but when I was dealt some more cards, I ended up with two-pair.” As I researched today’s story, I … More Yet Another Oehlert-Huber Pair
Herman Leimer has just one record in our German Family Tree. That record indicates that he came to Perry County from Prairie City, Missouri to get married in 1881. Below is an image of Herman’s entry in our GFT. There are 7 pages of Leimer’s in our German Family Tree, but the above entry is … More Likely Leimer Link?
When I researched today’s story, it was like playing 5-card draw poker. I originally had one pair, but when I was dealt some more cards, I ended up with two-pair. It all started with today being the 135th wedding anniversary for Amalie Oehlert and Ferdinand Huber. They were married on April, 9, 1885. We will … More A Pair of Oehlert-Huber Pairs