Dalton Frederick Moore

M, (1901 - 1950)
FatherDr. Fred H. Moore M.D. (1872 - )
MotherEmma May Gerber Moore (1877 - 1904)
Relationship2nd cousin of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*26 Feb 1901 South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1,2 
Death*1 Dec 1950 Los Angeles, California (CA), United States (US)2 
Burial*Dec 1950 Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, San Bernardino, California (CA), United States (US)3 
Biography* Dalton F. Moore, 1901-1950:
Dalton's father, born in Michigan, was a physician. He was living with his father in Worthing, South Dakota in 1910 and was probably born there. In 1920, Dalton was living with his uncle Raymond Gerber in Scattered, Highland Township, San Bernardino County, California. In 1930, he was boarding at 1032 5th Street in San Bernardino's 5th ward and was working as a laborer on a railroad. On 25 August 1942, Dalton enlisted at Los Angeles in the United States Army. At the time, he was 41-years-old, had completed one-year of high school and was working as medical equipment maintenance technician. He was single, had no dependents, was 5 ft-11 inches tall and weighed 164-lbs.

Dalton, age 49, died on a Friday. 
Last Edited23 Nov 2010

Citations

  1. [S288] 1910 Federal Census, Lincoln County, South Dakota,.
  2. [S361] Copyright 1998-2001 by MyFamily.com Inc., California Death Index, 1940-1997 (published on the World Wide Web by RootsWeb.com),.
  3. [S390] Unknown author(s), Hillside Memorial Park and Mausoleum (tombstone inscriptions), 1985.

Marjorie Elizabeth Gerber Lind

F, (1902 - 1974)
FatherRobert Gerber (1863 - 1929)
MotherMargaret Jones Gerber (1852 - 1935)
Relationship2nd cousin of Helen Frances Gerber McCarthy
Birth*31 May 1902 South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1,2 
Marriage*21 Jan 1931 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Groom=Lloyd Omar Lind3 
Married Name21 Jan 1931 Lind [Gerber] 
Residence*1935 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)4 
Death*29 Dec 1974 Canton, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)5 
Burial*1 Jan 1975 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)5 
Biography* Marjorie Gerber Lind, 1902-1974:
Marjorie was adopted by Robert Gerber and Margaret Jones. A high school graduate, she was working as a dressmaker and living in Worthing, South Dakota by 1925. She was the informant on her mother's death record in 1935. And was still a resident of Worthing at her death. 
Last Edited23 Sep 2015

Citations

  1. [S161] 1920 Federal Census, Lincoln County, South Dakota,.
  2. [S327] Social Security Death Index -from Rootsweb <http://ssdi.roostweb.com/>-.
  3. [S18] Obituary,.
  4. [S157] Lincoln county death record.
  5. [S158] Lincoln county burial permit.

Carrie Alice Voges Gerber

F, (1875 - 1957)
FatherCharles Henry Voges
MotherSusan Byers Voges
Birth*18 Mar 1875 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Marriage*14 Sep 1904 Lennox, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Groom=Johannes Gerber Jr1 
Married Name14 Sep 1904 Gerber [Voges] 
Death*29 Mar 1957 Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Burial*1 Apr 1957 Lennox, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)2 
Note*4 Apr 1957 obituary Lennox (South Dakota) Independent, Thursday 4 April 1957.1 
Biography* Carrie A. Voges Gerber, 1875-1957:
Born on a farm east of Worthing, South Dakota, she and her parents moved in 1878 to a homestead near the present Lennox. After her marriage, she and her husband farmed east of Lennox for 24 years. In December 1928, they moved into Lennox. Carrie was a member of the Philathea Circle of the Reformed Chruch since 1929.

Carrie died on a Friday morning after an illness of nineteen days duration. She suffered a light paralytic stroke about a month before she died. On March 11, she entered the hospital where her condition gradually worsened. Complications set in and she passed peacefully, at age 82, from a cerebral vascular hemorragh. Carrie was survived by her husband, one son, two daughters, eight grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, a brother, and a sister. Two children died in infancy. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon from the Dindot funeral chapel and then the Second Reform church with the Rev. John E. Janssen officiating. Pallbearers were Otto VanBuren, Leo Hemminger, John Ysbrand, Harry Bunjer, Wm. Timmerman, and H. E. Smit. 
Last Edited6 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S158] Lincoln county burial permit.

Martha Machmiller Gerber

F, (1890 - 1919)
FatherJulius Machmiller (c 1860 - )
MotherMaria (?) Machmiller (c 1863 - )
Birth*12 Mar 1890 near Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Marriage*7 Jun 1916 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US); Groom=Gottfried Julius Gerber1 
Married Name7 Jun 1916 Gerber [Machmiller] 
Death*23 Jan 1919 Worthing, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)2 
Burial*25 Jan 1919 Lennox, Lincoln, South Dakota (SD), United States (US)1 
Note*31 Jan 1919 obituary Lennox (South Dakota) Independent, Friday 31 January 1919.1 
Biography* Martha Machmiller Gerber, 1890-1919:
Martha was a first generation American born to German immigrants on their home farm in Lynn township. She was the second child of four and the only daughter. After Martha's marriage she went to live on the John Gerber farm.

Martha, age 28, died at her home southeast of Lennox on a Thursday after a ten-days-illness of influenza pneumonia. She was survived by her husband and young son. Funeral services were held on Saturday. 
Last Edited13 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S157] Lincoln county death record.