Pastor Paul

Marie Weinhold married Rev. Adolph Paul on March 10, 1904.  Or did she?  We have a few conflicting records for this wedding.  I will get to that issue later in this post.  First, let’s discuss the bride.  She is the only Perry County resident in this marriage, and she happened to be the older sister … More Pastor Paul

Another Anna Marie

When I found today’s birthday girl and began researching her, I made this observation and asked this question.  “Another Anna Marie.  How many Anna Marie’s are there in our German Family Tree?”  So, I did a search.  When I placed the term “Anna Marie” in the search box, Microsoft Word came up with 302 results.  … More Another Anna Marie

Mrs. Pebler from Frohna

A wedding anniversary is the starting point for today’s post.  Laura Weinhold married William Pebler on February 18, 1912 in Frohna, Missouri.  I have previously written a post about Joseph Weinhold from Wittenberg who had 8 daughters, several of which married full-time church workers.  That post was titled, Surrounded by Good Lookin’ Women.  We have … More Mrs. Pebler from Frohna

Kindermädchen Emilie

Today will be one of those rare days when I write the story of a woman who never married.  I also find her story to be an amazing one.  Emilie Weinhold is today’s birthday girl.  She was born on October 17, 1878.  She was the oldest child of Paul and Louisa (Hermann) Weinhold.  Her full … More Kindermädchen Emilie

First Burial

I wrote yesterday that I do not often use an early death as the starting point for a blog post.  Now I am about to write my second post in a row that starts that way.  What attracted me to an early death today is the likelihood that this death led to the first burial … More First Burial