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Ike Emeory Bailey

M, #18441, b. 12 March 1884, d. 10 March 1971
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)Partner of Christina Geraldine Gronewold (1st cousin 1 time removed of Verna Jean Bremer)
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Family: Christina Geraldine Gronewold (b. 19 August 1886, d. 11 October 1971)

Son*Roland George Bailey+ (b. 6 October 1910, d. 19 November 1987)
Daughter*Christa Belle Bailey+ (b. 1913)
Daughter*Ruby C Bailey (b. 3 June 1915, d. 15 April 1970)
Daughter*Gussie Fern Bailey (b. 24 January 1917, d. 5 February 1989)
Son*Billy Dee Bailey (b. 14 December 1923, d. 1 February 1989)

Biography

Birth12 March 1884Birth: Ike Emeory Bailey was born on 12 March 1884 in Harrison, Texas, United StatesB.1,2,3,4
MarriageJanuary 1910Marriage: Ike Emeory Bailey and Christina Geraldine Gronewold were married in January 1910.5,2
Death10 March 1971Death: Ike Emeory Bailey died on 10 March 1971 at age 86 in Kaufman, Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.6,4
Census (F)20 April 1910Ike Emeory Bailey and Christina Geraldine Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1910 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.2
Census (F)6 January 1920He and Christina Geraldine Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1920 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.7
Census (F)23 April 1930He and Christina Geraldine Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1930 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.8
Census (F)2 May 1940He and Christina Geraldine Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1940 in Justice Precinct, Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB, with Ruby C Bailey and Billy Dee Bailey.9

Citations

  1. [S4512] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, 12 Mar 1885
  2. [S909] 1910 Census; TX, Kaufman Co
  3. [S1136] WW1 Draft Registration
  4. [S2042] Ancestry Family Tree
  5. [S842] Information from Elizabeth Gronewald Neal from Kaufman, TX (972) 932-3153
  6. [S4512] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
  7. [S911] 1920 Census; TX, Kaufman Co
  8. [S910] 1930 Census; TX, Kaufman Co
  9. [S1968] 1940 Census; TX, Kaufman Co

Asa Katharine Behrens

F, #18442, b. 23 September 1846, d. 10 February 1923
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)Partner of Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold (granduncle of Verna Jean Bremer)

Parents

Father*Diedrich Janssen Behrens (b. 28 January 1813, d. 18 February 1855)
Mother*Gretke Peters (b. 11 November 1811)
Interactive Pedigree Chart

Family: Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold (b. 24 July 1849, d. 14 November 1921)

Son*John Herman (Gronewold) Crown+ (b. 5 September 1873, d. September 1948)
Daughter*Ida (Hattie) Gronewold+ (b. 4 October 1875, d. March 1909)
Daughter*Alrica (Reka) Gronewold+ (b. 14 February 1878, d. 8 July 1937)
Son*Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold+ (b. 24 May 1880, d. 21 November 1946)
Son*Folmine Johanne Gronewold (b. 12 October 1882, d. before 15 March 1884)
Daughter*Wilhelmina (Minnie) Johanna Gronewold+ (b. 10 October 1883, d. February 1957)
Son*Bernhard (Ben) Edward Gronewold+ (b. 10 June 1885, d. September 1971)
Son*Edward (Ed) John Gronewold+ (b. 10 July 1890, d. 9 January 1969)
Son*George Gronewold+ (b. 30 December 1891, d. 1 February 1988)

Biography

Birth23 September 1846Birth: Asa Katharine Behrens was born on 23 September 1846 in Vurdun, Wettrun, GermanyB.1,2
Marriage26 January 1873Marriage: Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold and Asa Katharine Behrens were married on 26 January 1873 in Aurich, Aurich, Niedersachsen, GermanyB.3,1,2
Death10 February 1923Death: Asa Katharine Behrens died on 10 February 1923 at age 76 in Lewisville, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB.1,4
Name26 January 1873As of 26 January 1873, Asa Katharine Behrens was also known as Asa Katharine Gronewold.1
Immigration (fam)15 March 1884Immigration: Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold and Asa Katharine Behrens immigrated on 15 March 1884 to Baltimore (city), Maryland, United StatesB. onboard the ship Nurnberg from Bremen Germany via New York5,6,7
Note (fam)1900She and Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold. moved to Rockwell City in 19002
Note (fam)1903She and Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold. moved to Lewisville, MN in 19032
Census (F)26 April 1910She and Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1910 in Fieldon Township, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB.8

Citations

  1. [S842] Information from Elizabeth Gronewald Neal from Kaufman, TX (972) 932-3153
  2. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991.)
  3. [S4512] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
  4. [S2042] Ancestry Family Tree
  5. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991), c 1883.
  6. [S1131] Information from the Castle Garden NY Immigration Center
  7. [S1175] Passenger List, Baltimore, 1820-1948
  8. [S1024] 1910 Census; MN, Watonwan Co

George Gronewold

M, #18443, b. 30 December 1891, d. 1 February 1988
Last Edited17 April 2023
Relationship(s)1st cousin 1 time removed of Verna Jean Bremer
ReferencesDescendants of Gronewold / Hedden
Descendants of Maecken / Einfeld
World War I list

Parents

Father*Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold (b. 24 July 1849, d. 14 November 1921)
Mother*Asa Katharine Behrens (b. 23 September 1846, d. 10 February 1923)
George Gronewold
Photo courtesy of Michael A. Hobart (website)
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Family: Cora Amelia Halvorson (b. 22 January 1895, d. 1 January 1972)

Son*Clement John Gronewold (b. 15 January 1923)

Biography

Birth30 December 1891Birth: George Gronewold was born on 30 December 1891 in Strawn, Livingston, Illinois, United StatesB.1,2
Marriage17 July 1920Marriage: George Gronewold and Cora Amelia Halvorson were married on 17 July 1920 in Hanska, Brown, Minnesota, United StatesB.3
Death1 February 1988Death: George Gronewold died on 1 February 1988 at age 96 in Madelia, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB.1,2
Burial4 February 1988Burial: George Gronewold was buried on 4 February 1988 at Fort Snelling National CemeteryB in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United StatesB.4
NoteNote:. were born in Strawn, IL and moved to Rockwell City, IA with their folks and later, when their parents moved to Lewisville, they went to school in town. As they got older and it was time to find an outside job, they headed west to Washington to their older brother's, John Crown. John got them jobs working for the railroad building a new line in the mountains of Idaho near St Regis and St Marie's. They lived in a tent camp in the mountains, next to a river and the railroad. A travelling man brought a bear that would box to the camp. He would pay a cash prize to anyone that could last so many rounds with the bear. Ed and George thought they could beat the bear, but they were wrong and the bear got the best of them. They had pitched their tents right along the edge of the river. The tents had wooden floors and one night they woke up because the floor and their cots were rocking. The water was almost up to the top of their cots. There had been a storm further up in the mountains and the water was coming down the canyon fast. They just got out of the tents and the tents were washed away. They barely made it to high ground. Upon their return to Minnesota, Ed and George began farming.3
Census26 April 1910Census: George Gronewold appeared in the census on 26 April 1910 in Fieldon Township, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB.5
MilitaryMilitary: George Gronewold served in the US Army during World War I.4
Census (F)11 April 1930He and Cora Amelia Halvorson were enumerated on the census of 1930 in Fieldon Township, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB, with Clement John Gronewold.6
Obituary3 February 1988Obituary: The obituary for George was recorded on 3 February 1988. [from New Ulm Journal, 3 Feb 1988]

"George Gronewold

MADELIA - George Gronewod, 96, of Madelia, died Monday Feb. 1, 1988 at the Luther Memorial Home in Madelia.
Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at the United Methodist Church in Madelia with burial in Ft. Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.
Visitation will be today from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Pilgrim Funeral Home in Madelia and one hour prior to services at the church on Thursday.
He is survived by sons, Clem of Lake Crystal, Phil and Jerry both of Lewisville; daughter, Kay (Mrs. Richard) Gillespie of Lewisville; 19 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Cora; five brothers, three sisters, two grand-daughters and one great-granddaughter.
He was born Dec. 30, 1891 at Strawn, Ill. to John and Asa (Behrends) Gronewold. He attended school in Lewisville. He worked on the railroad in Idaho before entering the army in World War I. He married Cora Halvorson on July 17, 1920 in Hanska. They farmed in rural Lewisville until 1971 when they retired and moved into Madelia. Cora passed away in 1972. George had been a resident of Luther Memorial Home since 1983. He was a life member of the American Legion."4

Citations

  1. [S843] Information from Kay Gronewold Gillespie in Madelia, MN (507)642-8360 and email: email address
  2. [S4512] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
  3. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991.)
  4. [S1736] Information from website ofMichael A. Hobart, http://users.sisna.com/mhobart/Norway/Halvorson/wc_toc.htm#CNTC
  5. [S1024] 1910 Census; MN, Watonwan Co
  6. [S1025] 1930 Census; MN, Watonwan Co

Cora Amelia Halvorson

F, #18444, b. 22 January 1895, d. 1 January 1972
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)Partner of George Gronewold (1st cousin 1 time removed of Verna Jean Bremer)
Interactive Pedigree Chart

Family: George Gronewold (b. 30 December 1891, d. 1 February 1988)

Son*Clement John Gronewold (b. 15 January 1923)

Biography

Birth22 January 1895Birth: Cora Amelia Halvorson was born on 22 January 1895 in Hanska, Brown, Minnesota, United StatesB.1
Marriage17 July 1920Marriage: George Gronewold and Cora Amelia Halvorson were married on 17 July 1920 in Hanska, Brown, Minnesota, United StatesB.1
Death1 January 1972Death: Cora Amelia Halvorson died on 1 January 1972 at age 76 in Kaufman, Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.1
Burial5 January 1972Burial: Cora Amelia Halvorson was buried on 5 January 1972 at Fort Snelling National CemeteryB in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United StatesB.2
Baptism21 April 1895Baptism: Cora Amelia Halvorson was baptized on 21 April 1895 at Linden Lutheran ChurchB in Linden, Brown, Minnesota, United StatesB.2
Confirmation19 September 1909Confirmation: Cora Amelia Halvorson was confirmed on 19 September 1909 at Linden Lutheran ChurchB in Linden, Brown, Minnesota, United StatesB.2
Name17 July 1920As of 17 July 1920, Cora Amelia Halvorson was also known as Cora Amelia Gronewold.1
Census (F)11 April 1930She and George Gronewold were enumerated on the census of 1930 in Fieldon Township, Watonwan, Minnesota, United StatesB, with Clement John Gronewold.3
Obituary4 January 1972Obituary: The obituary for Cora was recorded on 4 January 1972. [from New Ulm Daily Journal, 4 January 1972, p. 7]

"Madelia woman killed
on vacation in Texas

MADELIA - Mrs. George (Cora) Gronewold, 76, Madelia, died Saturday at Kaufman, Texas, as the result of injuries she suffered when strucck by a car in Kaufman. She and her husband were on vacation.
Funeral services are set for Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church in Madelia with burial at the Ft. Snelling National Cemetery at Minneapolis at 2:30 p.m.
Visitation is at the Sandberg-Cummins Funeral Home in Madelia. The casket will be closed.
She is survived by her husband; sons, Clement J. of Lake Crystal, Philip and Gerald of Lewisville; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Kay) Gillespie of Lewisville; 19 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Lillie Lewis of Truman, Mrs. Lucille Daniels of Troy, Ohio; brothers, Ed Halvorson of Thompson Falls, Mont., Willard Halvorson of Hanska.
She was born Jan. 22, 1895 in Linden Township, Brown County, to Mr. and Mrs. Clement Halverson. She married George Grnewold July 17, 1920 in Linden Township.
The couple farmed near Lewisville until moving into Madelia in July 1971."2

Citations

  1. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991.)
  2. [S1736] Information from website ofMichael A. Hobart, http://users.sisna.com/mhobart/Norway/Halvorson/wc_toc.htm#CNTC
  3. [S1025] 1930 Census; MN, Watonwan Co

Verna Jo Bailey

F, #18447, b. 12 October 1929, d. 24 January 2016
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)2nd cousin of Verna Jean Bremer
ReferencesDescendants of Gronewold / Hedden
Descendants of Maecken / Einfeld

Parents

Father*Arthur Andrew Bailey (b. 1882)
Mother*Lena Gronewold (b. 6 July 1892, d. January 1975)
Interactive Pedigree Chart

Family: Johnny Faye Sullivan (b. 12 July 1922, d. 10 October 1962)

Biography

Birth12 October 1929Birth: Verna Jo Bailey was born on 12 October 1929 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.1
Marriage14 August 1954Marriage: Johnny Faye Sullivan and Verna Jo Bailey were married on 14 August 1954 in Dallas, Texas, United StatesB.2,3
Death24 January 2016Death: Verna Jo Bailey died on 24 January 2016 at age 86 in Athens, Henderson, Texas, United StatesB.3
Census22 April 1930Census: Verna Jo Bailey appeared in the census on 22 April 1930 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.4
Witness25 April 1940She was enumerated on the census of 1940 with Arthur Andrew Bailey and Lena Gronewold in Justice Precinct, Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.5
Name14 August 1954As of 14 August 1954, Verna Jo Bailey was also known as Verna Jo Sullivan.2,3
Residence31 March 1990Residence: Verna Jo Bailey lived in Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United StatesB, on 31 March 1990.2

Citations

  1. [S699] Information from Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  2. [S1651] U.S., Find a GraveĀ® Index, 1600s-Current
  3. [S2042] Ancestry Family Tree
  4. [S910] 1930 Census; TX, Kaufman Co
  5. [S1968] 1940 Census; TX, Kaufman Co

Bonnie Marie Bailey

F, #18448, b. 19 December 1931, d. 5 April 2008
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)2nd cousin of Verna Jean Bremer
ReferencesDescendants of Gronewold / Hedden
Descendants of Maecken / Einfeld

Parents

Father*Arthur Andrew Bailey (b. 1882)
Mother*Lena Gronewold (b. 6 July 1892, d. January 1975)
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Family: Clarence Wayne Church (b. 27 January 1933, d. 25 July 1983)

Biography

Birth19 December 1931Birth: Bonnie Marie Bailey was born on 19 December 1931 in Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.1
Marriage30 January 1953Marriage: Clarence Wayne Church and Bonnie Marie Bailey were married on 30 January 1953.2
Divorce17 November 1977Divorce: Clarence Wayne Church and Bonnie Marie Bailey were divorced on 17 November 1977 in Dallas, Texas, United StatesB.2
Death5 April 2008Death: Bonnie Marie Bailey died on 5 April 2008 at age 76 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, United StatesB.3
BurialApril 2008Burial: Bonnie Marie Bailey was buried in April 2008 at Grove Hill Memorial ParkB in Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United StatesB.4
Witness25 April 1940Bonnie Marie Bailey was enumerated on the census of 1940 with Arthur Andrew Bailey and Lena Gronewold in Justice Precinct, Kaufman, Texas, United StatesB.5
Name30 January 1953As of 30 January 1953, Bonnie Marie Bailey was also known as Bonnie Marie Church.4
Residence31 March 1990Residence: Bonnie Marie Bailey lived in Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, United StatesB, on 31 March 1990.4

Citations

  1. [S699] Information from Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  2. [S700] Information from TX Divorce Index at http://www.vitalsearch-ca.com/gen/tx/tx_/txdiygen.htm
  3. [S517] Information from www.ancestry.com databases. Software (), moms Family TreeBonnie Marie Bailey Birth 19 Dec 1931 in Kaufman, Texas Death 5 Apr 2008 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA.
  4. [S1651] U.S., Find a GraveĀ® Index, 1600s-Current
  5. [S1968] 1940 Census; TX, Kaufman Co

John Herman (Gronewold) Crown

M, #18449, b. 5 September 1873, d. September 1948
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)1st cousin 1 time removed of Verna Jean Bremer
ReferencesDescendants of Gronewold / Hedden
Descendants of Maecken / Einfeld

Parents

Father*Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold (b. 24 July 1849, d. 14 November 1921)
Mother*Asa Katharine Behrens (b. 23 September 1846, d. 10 February 1923)
Interactive Pedigree Chart

Family: Mathilda Meinginer (d. December 1939)

Son*Merlin John Crown (b. 24 July 1901, d. 3 May 1972)
Son*Robert Max Crown (b. 27 June 1909, d. 20 April 1958)
Daughter*Evelyn Pauline Crown (b. 18 June 1916, d. 1948)

Biography

Birth5 September 1873Birth: John Herman (Gronewold) Crown was born on 5 September 1873 in Neufunixsiel, Wittmund, Niedersachsen, GermanyB.1
MarriageJuly 1900Marriage: John Herman (Gronewold) Crown and Mathilda Meinginer were married in July 1900 in Jackson, Jackson, Minnesota, United StatesB.1
DeathSeptember 1948Death: John Herman (Gronewold) Crown died in September 1948 at age ~75 in Seattle, King, Washington, United StatesB. shortly after his 75th birthday.1
NameJohn Herman (Gronewold) Crown was also known as John Gronewold.2
NoteNote:. was nine years old when he came to America with his folks to live at Strawn, IL. When John was about fourteen years old, he left home due to a severe disciplining by his father for falling asleep in the field when he was supposed to be working. He was walking along the road when a man with a wagon offered him a ride. As they were travelling along, the man asked him what his name was. John, not wanting the man to know who he was, happened to look up and saw a sign "Crown Flour", so he told the man he was John Crown and sometime later he legally changed his name to John Crown. He was gone for twenty-three years before he came back to see his folks and by then John Gronewold had moved to Minnesota. All the time John Crown was gone from home, he never was too far away from the family or he kept in touch with one of his sisters so at least one person in the family knew where he was. (John Gronewold said he could forgive John Crown for leaving home, but he couldn't forgive him for changing his name, so he left John Crown only $5.00 in his Will.).

When he first left home to earn a living, he shot game birds and sold them to a butcher shop. He was also a shoemaker. In 1898 he was already in Minnesota, living in the Fairmont area. He enlisted in the Army on April 29, 1898 at Fairmont and served in the Spanish-American War. He was enrolled in Company D and was mustered in on May 7, 1898 at Camp Ramsey. On May 23, 1898 he was transferred to the Company Band. He served until he was mustered out on November 5, 1898 at New Ulm, MN

One of the perks of serving in the Spanish-American War was that all men who served were made US Citizens, so John Crown became a naturalized citizen.1
Witness15 March 1884Immigration: John Herman (Gronewold) Crown immigrated on 15 March 1884 to Baltimore (city), Maryland, United StatesB, with Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold and Asa Katharine Behrens. onboard the ship Nurnberg from Bremen Germany via New York3,4,5
NoteNote:. started working for the Chicago, St Paul, and Milwaukee Railroad company. In 1908 they went west with the railroad. John was based in Lind, Washington where he was a locomotive engineer. They moved again, to Malden, WA and in 1920 they moved to Ellensburg, WA and in 1927 they moved to Seattle where they remained the rest of their lives. He still worked as an engineer for the Milwaukee Railroad until his retirement.1

Citations

  1. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991.)
  2. [S843] Information from Kay Gronewold Gillespie in Madelia, MN (507)642-8360 and email: email address
  3. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991), c 1883.
  4. [S1131] Information from the Castle Garden NY Immigration Center
  5. [S1175] Passenger List, Baltimore, 1820-1948

Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold

M, #18450, b. 24 May 1880, d. 21 November 1946
Last Edited14 April 2023
Relationship(s)1st cousin 1 time removed of Verna Jean Bremer
ReferencesDescendants of Gronewold / Hedden
Descendants of Maecken / Einfeld

Parents

Father*Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold (b. 24 July 1849, d. 14 November 1921)
Mother*Asa Katharine Behrens (b. 23 September 1846, d. 10 February 1923)
Interactive Pedigree Chart

Family: Emma Katherine Wanner (Warner) Reavis (b. 23 December 1887, d. 5 December 1951)

Daughter*Inez Annette Gronewold (b. 17 August 1922)
Son*LeRoy Gronewold (b. 26 January 1924, d. 26 January 1924)
Daughter*Maxine Lenore Gronewold (b. 27 October 1925, d. 3 September 1983)
Son*Max Legore Gronewold+ (b. 27 October 1925, d. 4 July 2003)
Daughter*Jeanette Fae Gronewold (b. 3 January 1928, d. 4 June 1934)
Daughter*Lavonne Joyce Gronewold (b. 22 October 1933, d. 15 January 1972)

Biography

Birth24 May 1880Birth: Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold was born on 24 May 1880 in GermanyB.1
Marriage1921Marriage: Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold and Emma Katherine Wanner (Warner) Reavis were married in 1921.1
Death21 November 1946Death: Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold died on 21 November 1946 at age 66.1
MemoMemo: He worked for area farmers for a time and then he and his family moved from Strawn, Livingston Co, IL to Rockwell City, IA where he began farming on his own. He later bought and farmed land near Hutchins, IA. In 1920, he purchased a farm in Section 34, Center Creek Township, Martin Co, MN. After moving to Granada, MN, he married Emma Wanner (Warner) Reavis in 1921.1
Witness15 March 1884Immigration: Diedrich (Dede) Johnson Gronewold immigrated on 15 March 1884 to Baltimore (city), Maryland, United StatesB, with Johann (John) Hermann Folkerts Gronewold and Asa Katharine Behrens. onboard the ship Nurnberg from Bremen Germany via New York2,3,4
Note1900In 1900 Dede lived with with is sister Ida and worked as a farm laborer.1

Citations

  1. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991.)
  2. [S844] Kay Gronewold Gillespie, compiler, John Herman & Asa Kratherine Behrends Gronewold (, 1991), c 1883.
  3. [S1131] Information from the Castle Garden NY Immigration Center
  4. [S1175] Passenger List, Baltimore, 1820-1948