STILL TRYING TO FIND OUT WHERE THIS FAMILY CAME FROM AND HOW.
ALSO ANY LIVING FAMILY MEMBERS FROM MO.
Martin Gramlich, Was born in 1829 in Baden, Germany, married Zetzelia Celia Oad, born 1831 in Baden Germany, on May 1, 1852 in Cooper County, Missouri.
Zelzelia Gramlich died on Sept. 7 1885 and Martin Gramlich died in 1889, both are buried at St Johns Catholic church in Clear Creek, Mo.
They purchased 40 acres of land on Dec 15, 1854, the north west quarter of the fourth west quarter of section fourteen, in township forty seven of range nineteen, containg forty acres, in Cooper county, Clear Creek, Missouri.
Elizabeth Gramlich-born 1851, died 1870
Caroline Gramlich-born 1854 married Felix Bruchalski, died 1895
Frank Gramlich-born 1856 married Maria Josephine Stockenberger died February 1, 1919.
Edward Gramlich-born 1858 married Maria Christina Back on January 9, 1879 in Clear Creek, Mo at St Johns Catholic church
John Gramlich-born 1859 married Caroline Oster, died 1945
Alexander Gramlich-born 1860, died 1884
Ludwena Gramlich-born 1862 married Joseph Dechart in 1883. Died 1942
William Gramlich-born 1864 married Mary Christine Wessing, died 1961
Peter Gramlich-born 1866 married Susanna Catherine Stokenberger, died 1892
Joanna Gramlich-born 1868
Ansnyma Gramlich-born 1868, twin of Joanna, died at birth
Lawrence Gramlich-born 1870 married Mary Aurig, died 1942
Lizie Ann Gramlich-born 1876 married Theodore James Kempef.
Joseph Gramlich-born 1877 married Alpha Meyer, died 1947
Edward Gramlich Married Christina Bach on January 9, 1879, in Cooper County, Missouri.
Annie Gramlich-born 1878
Lila Gramlich-born 1882
Henry William Gramlich-born 1884
Louisa Elisabeth Gramlich-born 1886
Lawrence Joseph Gramlich-born 1888 *NATASHA'S GRANDPARENTS
Leo Louis Gramlich-born 1894
Joseph Gramlich-born 1896
Edward moved to Taney County and on October 7, 1893 they purchased 160 acres of land, North East quarter of Section twenty one in township twenty four north of range twenty one, west of the fifth principal Meridian (This land was north of present day Bronson, MO, Just south of Christian County line)
They went to school and church at Billings, Missouri, located in Christian County.
Moved to CANADA IN 1904
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