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Re: Ina Weber Stainbrook
Posted by: isabel vandervelde (ID *****1562) Date: August 04, 2003 at 05:28:13
In Reply to: Re: Ina Weber Stainbrook by margaret stainbrook of 230

Dear cousin, I have the entire genealogy of Ina, especially her mother's family, and will be happy to share. Her mother was Anna Hilgendorf Weber Reichert. Her father was Peter Weber. They were schoolmates in early Nebraska. The Hildgendorfs, Charles and Maria, came from Germany into Iowa, had a family of one son, August, and six daughters. A tenant farmer in Adams County Nebraska during the 1870s, 80s, and 90s, where four children married. Anna and Peter had Ina before their marriage, but when Peter's relentlessly Catholic father died, Peter and Anna married, lived in the same township with little Ina. Sometime this marriage failed and Peter vanished, though his devoted Catholic family kept her other sons in the church and the same county for many years. Anna and Ina moved north, to Minnesota. Charles and wife Marie with three unmarried daughters moved to Davison County SD after 1900, 1905, found in the 1910 census. I have all the marriages, deaths, burials, etc., many children. Two younger daughters married Jenks men, other daug. married Tom Showalter, whose sister married Jenks. I can give it all to you, with the brief but sad history of Ina bearing my father at about 13. Contact me at my e-mail address. Isabel

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