George H. and Clara A. Remke
In 1885 Harlan County, Nebraska, George is three months old.
In 1900 Harlan County, John Remke is 59, Anna M. 52, both born in Germany. Saran D. Aug 1880, Dean S. Sept 1882, George H. Aug 1884, and Anna A. August 1887 all born in Nebraska.
Clara A. Marks is in Leroy precinct, Logan County in 1900 born March 1885 in Nebraska, with parents William and Anna M. Marks.
George H. Remke and Clara A. Marks married August 22, 1906, recorded in Logan County.
In 1910 Leroy precinct, Logan County, George and Clara are both 25, married four years, with Ruth 2, both Clara and Ruth born in Nebraska.
George cash-claimed a quarter in 14, 6N 50W in 1912.
George Henry Remke, born August 27, 1884, registered in Harlan County, wife Clara Augusta emke.
They're in Harlan County in 1920, 1930 and 1940.
In 1930 they have Ruth 21, Mildred 19, Thelma 17, Marvin 15, and Armin 13.
George 1884-1974 and Clara A. 1885-1984 are buried in the Alma, Nebraska cemetery.
Ruth Remke married Garnett Bruns June 9, 1935, recorded in Alamosa County.
Ruth Bruns graduated cum laude from the University of Colorado. She was instrumental in beginning a kindergarten program in Alamosa and a hot lunch program. She was honored by the GFWC Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs with the "Woman of Achievement Award," in recognition and appreciation of her outstanding service in the community and the nation. Her daughter, Donna Kingery accepted the award in 2014 on her behalf, saying: "My mom dedicated her life to students." The Adams State University Third Annual Educator Hall of Fame Celebration hosted outstanding individuals whose chosen profession created opportunities for students to achieve academic and professional success. The ceremony, held May 7 in the Student Union Building banquet rooms, recognized .... Ruth Florence Remke Bruns...
Ruth Bruns 1907-2006 is buried in Alamosa # 53234005, as is F. Garnett Bruns 1905-1975 # 53234002
|Thelma Anna (Remke) Haeker 1912-2004
Daughter of George and Clara
1969 Pasco Washington
Mrs. Dora Mitchell, 95 on Tuesday, shared her birthday celebration and cake with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. L. Mitchell, who has the same birth date, at a party at Visa Vistavue Home where she now resides. She was born March 18, 1874, in Chesterfield County, Ill., and when a child came to Nebraska by covered wagon. She married Adolph C. Mitchell Feb. 15, 1896, at Huntley, Neb., and in December, 1902, they left Huntley for Newport. They farmed at Diamond Lake for more than 25 years, then at Half Moon Prairie near Deer Lake, until retirement when they moved to Spokane. After her husband's death in 1955, Mrs. Mitchell moved to Richland to be with her sons, Clarence E. and Arthur F., General Electric Co. retirees. Family members, friends at Vistavue, and the nursing staff joined in the celebration. Greetings also came from her daughter, Mrs. Elsa Kisu , Sacramento; her sisters, Mrs. Elna Becker, 86, Huntley, and Mrs. Anna Marks, 83, Denver; from a brother, George Remke, 85, Alma, Neb., and from nine grandchildren and 19 great- grandchildren.
June 10, 2010: Maryon Irene Wallraff was born to Albert
John and Jennie Irene (Caffee) Wallraff on July 23, 1922 in Denver, CO.
She graduated from South High School June 7, 1940. She met Armin George
Remke of Huntley, Nebraska while singing in the choir at Evanston
Evangelical United Brethren Church and were married March 9, 1941 and
settled on Gilpin Street in south Denver. They moved to Amarillo, Texas
for 20 years before returning to Colorado in 1969.
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