Brewers, Immigrants and St. Louis: The Ellis-Mosblech Family History

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About the author:
Ken Zimmerman Jr. is a married father of three, who lives in the St. Louis, MO Metro Area. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Political Science and a Minor in History from Washington University in St. Louis. In addition to these interests and genealogy, he is a Black Belt in Taekwondo and holds rank in several other martial arts.

Brewers, Immigrants and St. Louis: The Ellis-Mosblech Family History
 

Authored by Mr Ken Zimmerman Jr
Edition: First

In 1938, a North St. Louis resident named Gilbert Ellis married a South St. Louis resident named Alvina Mosblech uniting two families. For the next 50 plus years, they would live and love while overseeing the birth of a large family. Written by their grandson, this genealogy traces the family back to the mid-1800s in Germany and answers several questions. Who was Caroline Johannpeter and how did she end up managing a St. Louis factory in 1919? Why did Gustave Mosblech leave Wuppertal in Germany to come to St. Louis in 1881? Why Alvina's father did not want her to marry Gilbert and it's affect on their relationship? The family history is deeply intertwined with St. Louis, MO, the city both families called home.


Publication Date:
2013-12-26
ISBN/EAN13:
1494313820 / 9781494313821
Page Count:
222
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / Social History




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