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Help with Ochs family
Posted by: Kimberly Ruwe (ID *****7989) Date: July 21, 2006 at 14:19:25
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Hello,

My Great-Great Grandmother's maiden name was Kunigunda Ochs, she married George Rupprecht in Grafenberg, Germany and in 1883 they came to the U.S. and settled in Nebraska.

According to her Obituary she had three brothers surviving her when she passed away, in 1925. One in Oklahoma, one in California, and one still in Germany. It does not list names.

After doing some research I discovered there was a Fred and Anna Ochs who settled in Logan County Oklahoma, all of their children with the exception of one, Alma were born in Nebraska. I am assuming this is Kunigunda's brother, but I was hoping someone out there could help me either confirm or deny this.

Fred and Anna Ochs along with their youngest daughter Alma are buried in the North Lutheran Cemetery.

Anna Ochs
b. 03 Mar 1866 d. 31 May 1957

Fred Ochs
b. 14 Apr 1862 d. 15 Aug 1937

Fred and Anna had the following children
Mary, Fred Jr., Tina (maybe Lena hard to read on the census), Laura, and George. Then several years later they had Alma.

I would like Obituary information on Fred and Anna to see if they are the people I am looking for.

Any and all help would be appreciated.

Thanks so much!
Kim Ruwe



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