5th of 9 children - 2 older brothers, 2 older sisters, 3 younge rsisters, one younger brother Interests waned with death of husband in 1937; In 1937 entered home. Nancy Elizabeth Clark was born circa 1858.1 She married Thomas Fonville Hargiss, son of Daniel Joseph Hargiss and Delphia Jeroldine Atchison, on 4 January 1882 at Macoupin, Illinois.1 Nancy Elizabeth Clark died in 1945.1 Children of Nancy Elizabeth Clark and Thomas Fonville Hargiss * Leonard Clark Hargiss b. 8 Jan 1883, d. 23 Jun 19201 * Charles Vernon Hargiss b. 27 Oct 1885, d. 3 Sep 19231 * Homer Woodson Hargiss b. 1 Sep 1887, d. 15 Oct 19781 * Floyd Daniel Hargiss b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 27 Aug 19741 * Meade Thomas Hargiss b. 5 Sep 1895, d. 6 Jun 19881 * Vetra Virginia Hargiss b. 19 Jul 1903, d. 19901 Citations 1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.
Nancy Ann Cockingham was born circa 1810 at North Carolina.1 She married Shadrack Hargiss, son of Jonathan Hargis and Priscilla Askew, on 17 December 1829 at Shelby County, Tennessee.1 Nancy Ann Cockingham died on 14 November 1850 at of Boyd County, Kentucky.1 Children of Nancy Ann Cockingham and Shadrack Hargiss * Name Unknown b. c 18301 * Daniel Joseph Hargiss+ b. 3 Nov 1832, d. 7 Aug 19121 * Phillip Lewis Hargiss+ b. 5 Sep 1834, d. 2 Mar 18881 * Emily Hargiss+ b. 1836, d. 19141
Mrs. William Oberheide died Saturday evening, September 30th, at her home in East Valley township, a little over two miles southeast of block, after a lingering illness of several years of lung trouble that developed into tuberculosis. Mrs. Oberheide's maiden name was Gesche Demand. She was born in Province Hanover. Germany, August 15, 1864. so was 52 years, one month and fifteen days old at the time of her death. The decedent came to America with her mother when she was quite small and their first home was in Benton county, Missouri. Several years later they moved to Miami county, and April 12, 1883, Gesche became the wife of Wm. Oberheide. The husband survives as do seven children born to them. They are: Mrs. G. A. Flake and D. G. Oberheide. both of whom live on farms in East Valley; Mrs. William Diedrich, a resident of Winchester, Kansas, and W. H. John, Ida and Herman Oberheide, who are at home. She also leaves a step-father, Mchael Walz, of East Valley township. Mrs. Oberheide was a member of the German Lutheran church and lived faithful Christian life in accordance with the teachings of his faith. She was a good neighbor and charitable never rrefusing help to the stranger at her door. She worked tirelessly for her children until stricken with ill health, when they did all in their power to comfort her and alleviate her sufferings. The funeral services at the German Lutheran church at Block. Tuesday, October 3rd, were largely attended. Reverend F. Droegemueller officiated and interment was in the Block cemetery. (Western Spirit - 06 Oct 1916, p6c8)
Had 5 sisters and 1 brother
Johan Samual Doering, born Dec 6, 1829, in Herzborg, Germany He married on Dec. 1860 to- heide
shows living with husband and Henry Tebert, age 61, in 1860 granville, millwaukee co. census.
"Interesting about Anna living with the Cramers from the age of 12. According to Marvin, the mother Sophia Dourgouh Klemme died about 1853, and all the children were scattered."
On June 13, 1867, August Klemme was united in marriage to Augusta Fleuerhahn, who was born in Hanover, Germany, but came to the U.S. when she was about two 1/2 years old.