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Carl Christian Gotlieb Jockisch & Margaret
Emil Amos T. (March 11,1848/9 IL- March 16,1916) m. August 27,1873 Platte,
Smith, Susan Frances (April 16,1849 Staffordshire, England-December 27,1925
Rising city, Nebraska age 76)
Parent: Smith, Joseph David (January 29,1810 England-after
1880 Nebraska) & Worsey, Martha
both born in England Susan immigrated in 1850 to USA
Amos is not mentioned living with his
parents in 1860, thus we can only assume he moved away from home by the age of
12. His father died when he was around 16. At the age of 25 he married Susan
Smith on August 27,1873 in Platte, Nebraska. Susan emigrated with her family
from England in 1850 at around the age of 1. Her father Joseph David Smith and
her mother Martha Worsey Smith are listed on their marriage certificate.
Amos settled down to farming. Four
children had joined their family by 1880. Also living with them was Susan's
widowed father David Smith. Thirty years later (1910) Amos is now going by Emel
F Jockisch with only two children living with them: Ralph age 22 and his brother
Louis age 18.
Amos passed away at the age of 61 in
1916. Frederick A Jockisch at the age of 42 was living with his 72 year old
mother in 1920. She passed away at the age of 76 on December 27,1925.
Ten children were born to Amos and
Susan: Charles A, Fredrick Amos, James Alvin, Mary E, Franklin L, Martha M,
Julius, Louis, Ralph Ervin, Margaret Maggie E, and Louis (Lewis) Henry.
Some of their grown children appear
in the 1920 census. Their daughter Merolyn E. (Jockisch) Trindall age had moved
to King, Washington having married Robert Trindall with their daughter Alice age
11. Another child James A Jockisch is shown married to Myrtle I. They have 3
children. Ralph E Jockisch age 33 had married Maude E age 24. They had two
children: one age 2 y 4 m (Frances), and the other 5 month (Ray). Living with
them was Maude's sister Ethel Raitt age 23. Theodore W Jockisch & his wife
Parlee M were still living in Alabama with one child age 10.
Ten years later (1930) James A
Jockisch age 52 is living Columbus, Platte, and Nebraska married to Myrtle age
44. Two children one age 20 born and the other age 18 are living with them.
Ralph by this time was living in Monrovia, Los Angeles, CA at the age 41 with
his wife Maude age 35 with three children ages 12 to 9 years.
Joseph David Smith
father of Susan Smith.
Information Found for the Above, Below
Name of Parents on Nebraska Marriages 1855-1995 for Amos T. Jockisch bride Susan
Smith age 25 married Aug 27,1873 Platte Nebraska. Groom's father's name Charles
Jockisch. Bride's fathers name David Smith and mother Martha Worsey.
Illinois, Death and Still births, 1916-1947 for Susan France Jockisch, has the
death date December 27,1925 in Peoria, Peoria, IL at the age of 76. Her father's
name is Joseph Smith born in Slofordshire, England. Father Joseph smith born in
England. Husband is Amos Jockisch. She was buried December 30,1925 in Rising
City, Nebraska. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9FQX-Q5L/p1
1880 Summit, butler, Nebraska Census has Amos age 29 born 1851 in IL occupation
farmer married to Susan F age 32 born 1848 in England. Children Frederick E age
4, James A. age 3, Mary E age 2 and Frank L. age 5m. Those living with them were
David Smith age 68 and Joseph Ludwig age 24. David Smith (Father) born in
England is Widowed born about 1812.
1910 Reading, Butler, Nebraska Census: Emel F Jockisch age 61, Susan F Jockisch
age 61, Ralph age 22 and Louis age 18. Susan emigrated in 1850 from England. Her
parent's birthplace was England. Ralph was single as was Louis.
1920 Butler, Nebraska Census for Susan F Jockisch age 72 born about 1848 England
widowed. One child living with her: Frederic A Jockisch the second to the oldest
age 42 born about 1878 Nebraska.
Draft Card Nebraska WWI Draft Cards Index Search Results
Name=, Birthdate=, Birthplace=, City/County=Butler
JOCKISCH, FREDERICK AMOS 14/12/1875 Butler 5
JOCKISCH, JAMES ALVIN 12/02/1877 Butler 5
JOCKISCH, LEWIS HENRY 6/11/1891 RISING CITY Butler 5
JOCKISCH, RALPH ERVIN 6/12/1886 RISING CITY Butler 5
Ralph, Julius called Jim and Louis called
1. Jockisch, Charles A. (10 June 1874-21 May 1976 Rising City, Butler Co., Nebr buried: Fairview Cemetery, Rising City, Nebr.).
2. Jockisch, Fredrick Amos (December 14,1875/78 Nebraska -July 22,1942 Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, CA) m: Bonebright, Marieta "Etta" (5 FEB 1887 Nebraska-15 MAY 1966 Los Angeles, Los Angles, CA)
a. Jockisch, Gladys (1907 Nebraska-) m. Sodenburg, Edward (-1990)
b. Jockisch, Goldie (1908 Nebraska-
3. Jockisch, James Alvin (12February 1876-79Nebraska-) m: Conklin, Myrtle (1886 Iowa-Nebraska)
1920 Butler, Nebraska Census for James A Jockisch age 41 born
about 1879 Nebraska married to Myrtle I age 34 born about 1886 Iowa. Children:
Margie C. age 16 birth year 1904
Nebraska, Theodore S age 10 birth year 1910 Nebraska and Hilda I age 7 birth
year 1913 Nebraska.
1930 Columbus, Platte, Nebraska Census has James A Jockisch
age 52 born around 188 married. His father born in IL and mother in England. His
wife Myrtle at age 44 born in Iowa around 1885. Her father born in Iowa and
mother in IL. Children: Theodore age 20 born in Nebraska around 1910 and Hilda
age 18 also born in Nebraska.
a. Jockisch, Margie 1904 Nebraska-)
m: Tesarek, John (24 MAR 1899 Nebraska -24 MAR 1982)
Betty Lou (1923-1926 Genoa, Nance Co., Nebr)
John Ervin (6 APR 1930 Nebraska -24 MAR 1982 Los Angeles)
4. Tesarek, Myrttis Jean (15 JUL 1936 -17 NOV 2009 Riverside, Riverside CO., CA) m. (12 MAR 1966) Mcfarland, Donald P was in Army for Korea Conflict
b. Jockisch, Theodore (1910
Nebraska-) m: Tworek, Emily
Jockisch Joan (abt. 1935-m. (23 DEC 1955 Los Angeles, CA) Beecher, Ronald Robert (6 JAN 1933 Los Angeles, CA - 12 MAY 2013 Denver, Denver Co., Co)
a. Beecher, John S (26 JUL 1962 San Diego, CA-)
b. Beecher, Kevin D. (23 JAN 1964 San Diego, CA-)
c Jockisch, Hilda (31 Mar 1912 Butler, Nebraska-9 MAR 1991 Los Angeles, CA) m. Holmes, Richard
1. Holmes, Linda
2. Holmes, Diana m. Kellenberger, Donald
a. Kellenberger, Ricky
b. Kellenberger, David
c. Kellenberger, Karla
d. Kellenberger, Lyn
e. Kellenberger, Dondi
4. Jockisch, Mary Ellen (24 MAY 1878 Nebraska -) m: Trindall, Robert(1874 England-)
1880 Summit Butler, Nebraska Census for Mary E Jockisch born
1878 age 2.
1920 King, Washington census for Merolyn E. Trindall age 38
born around 1832 Nebraska parents born in IL and England. Married to Robert
Trindall age 46 born about 1874 England. Parents born in England. Child: Alice
age 11 born 1909 Washington.
Alice m: Moran, Bernard
Alice and Bernard with Paul Ross
5. Jockisch, Franklin L. (28 DEC 1880 Nebraska-16 JUL 1880 Rising City,
Nebraska) buried: Fairview Cemetery, Rising City, Nebr.)
6. Jockisch, Martha M. (25 SEP 1880 Nebraska-JUJL 1985 San Diego, Sandiego, CA)m:Boyer,Jo; 2nd m: Carlbert, Gus
Francis M m: Perry, William
7. Jockisch, Julius (SEP 1884 Nebr- 6 AUG 1981 CA) m: Biddleman, Loa
8. Jockisch, Louis (1882 Nebraska -)
Ralph Ervin. (September 10, 1886 Nebraska- June, 21,1946) m. February 28,1917.
Maude, Elizabeth (March 17,1895 Rising City, Nebraska-December 21,1982 Monrovia,
California) buried at Live Oak Memorial Park, 200 East Duarte, Monrovia, CA
91016 Her Parents: John Raitt birth date January 1863 Scotland Married Lilly
Raitt (December 1877 IL-) around 1893.
As mentioned above
Ralph lived at home until he was at least 22 where he helped his dad with the
farm. Like all young men he registered for the draft. The draft records give his
birth date as June 12,1886 in Rising City, Butler County, Nebraska.
February 28 he married Maude Raitt
around the age of 31. Ralph learned the trade of masonry and became recognized
for his skillfulness. Their first three children were born in Nebraska. They
moved to California around 1925 and eventually settled in Monrovia.
A news paper article below shows his
brother and him plastering a bank. On his house he put up the sign R E Jockisch,
Plastering brick and stone, Mason. Ralph worked on Boulder Dam that later became
known as Hoover Dam.
Ralph played the mandolin and his brother Fred the guitar at the First Christian
Church. When Ralph's oldest child Frances had learned to play the Clarinet she
Maude had inherited some land from
her parents. After moving to California, she sold it so her and her husband
could put a down payment on the house where they lived. The landlord wanted to
sell, and they wanted to buy.
In 1931 their youngest child was
born. Little did they know that Ralph would pass away in 1946 of a heart attack.
Having this youngest child David Dale at home greatly helped Maude at this time.
World War II
started in the late 30's, early 40's. Ray their oldest son joined the service
and their third child Easter became a lady Marine.
the passing of her husband went to work at various jobs. For a while she worked
for assessors department. Another time she worked in a factory making ceramic
animals. Besides all this she was a seamstress. Another way of bringing in
income was by using one of the rooms that had a door to the outside as rental.
moved out, the big house wasn't needed so she sold it and purchased another. In
December of 1982 she passed away at the age of 87.
(Paulette "Ross" Anderson) was quite a bit younger when this picture was taken.
Census and Newspaper articles
R. E. Jockisch and Miss Maude Raitt were married in Central City February 28.
They did not let their friends know of the marriage until last Friday. They are
a fine young couple and we join their many friends in wishing them success and
happiness. They will reside here Rising City.
Wielders of the Trowel, and Others (Citizens Bank)
After the others, came the plasterers, it would be a queer structure without
their handiwork. George Wright has the contract for this work and he has with
him such willed tried men as Ralph and Fred Jockisch and Carl Olson.
First Name: Maude
Last Name: Jockisch
Birth Date: 17 March 1895
Last Residence: Monrovia, Los Angeles, California 91016
Death Date: December 1982
Estimated Age at Death: 87
1900 Rising City, Butler, Nebraska Census for Maude E Raitt born March 1895
Nebraska. Father John Raitt born in Scotland. Mother Lilly Raitt born in IL.
1910 Reading, Butler Nebraska Census for Ralph Jockisch age 22 single.
Birthplace Nebraska, Father's IL and mother England.
1910 Union, butler, Nebraska for Maude E Raitt age 15 born in Nebraska
1920 Butler, Nebraska Census for Ralph E Jockisch age 33 birth year 1887
Nebraska married Maude E age 24 birth year 1896 Nebraska. Children: Frances L.
age 2 y 4 m, Ray E age 5 month. Living with them was Maude's sister Ethel Raitt
age 23 born in Nebraska.
1930 Monrovia, Los Angeles, CA Census for Ralph Jockisch age 41 birth year 1889
Nebraska. His parents born in IL. He is the Head of the household. Married to
Maude age 35 birthplace Nebraska estimated birth year 1895. Father born in
Scotland, mother in IL. Children: Frances age 12 estimated year 1918 Nebraska,
Ray age 10 estimated birth year 1920 Nebraska and Easter age 9 estimated birth
year 1921 Nebraska.
Frances Lillian (7 SEP,1917 Nebraska- 15 MAR 1983 in Temple City, CA)
m. November 23,1938 in Monrovia Christian Church, California
Ross, John Paul
(5 Oct 1913 in Kelleyville, OK- 13 Sep 1986, Temple City,
1920 Butler, Nebraska Census for Frances L.
Jockisch age 2 estimated birth year 1918 Nebraska.
Ross, Paulette Elizabeth DMin m: Mike Helland
Michelle Elizabeth( June 17-19 1968 Colorado Spring, Co Air Force Base)
1. Helland, Eric Michael
2.Helland, Julia M.
Ray Ervin July 10, 1919 in Rising City, Butler, County, Nebraska - September
23,1991 Ohio) m. in Methodist Church, Cleveland, Ohio Preston, Lois
Donna m. Jackson, Michael
Easter (1921 Nebraska-)m. Waite, Jerry
Mrs. Hardy pioneered the Pilot Program in Body Recall for Special Populations (nursing homes) in the United States. She was a nominee by the Alabama Gerontological Society for outstanding contributions to the welfare of older Alabamians. In 1975, she was nominated for the American Nurses' Association Honorary Nurse Practitioner Award. In 1989, she was a recipient of the “Search for Excellence Award” by the American Nurses' Association along with the State Nursing Association. In 1992, Evelyn Hardy received the first Distinguished Nursing Leader Award from the University Of Alabama Capstone College Of Nursing.
She was selected as Nurse of the Year in 2002 by the Alabama Nursing Home Association. In 2003, she was inducted into the Alabama Nursing Hall of Fame.
Mrs. Hardy's special interest was counseling and assisting high school graduates to enter the nursing profession. Mrs. Hardy served as a mentor to disadvantaged students at the University of Alabama.
Obituary published in THE TUSCALOOSA NEWS on October 23, 2011.
1. Waite, Cheryl m. Booth, Rodney
David Dale m: Theden, Carolyn(August 23,1931 IL -June 1971 40 CA)
1. Jockisch, Dale
2. Jockisch, Debra
B. Jockisch, Arwil (1850 Beardstown, IL -)
1860 Beardstown, Cass, IL Census for Arwil Jockish age 10
estimated birth year 1850 IL. Family number 1822 page 254
1880 Township 18 N., Range 11 W. Cass, IL for F. J. Jockish
birth date 1859 IL age 21. Occupation Farmer.
C. Jockisch, Henry A (October 4,1851 Beardstown,
IL-November 12,1944 Decatur, Macon Co., IL age 93) m: Eckhardt, Mary (June
17,1856/7 Cass Co, IL -October 15,1946 Decatur, Macon, IL) Parents Eckhardt,
Henry & Sauer, Elizabeth. Henry Jockisch was a farmer. He was buried November
14,1944 at south Wheatland, Macon Co., IL, Salem Cemetery. He died at age 93 and
his father is listed as Carl G. Jockisch. He was a farmer.
1860 ward Beardstown Cass, IL Census for Henry Jockish age 8 born estimated
1852, IL. family number 1822 p. 254
1870 Town of Blue Mound, Macon, IL Census for Henry Jokish age 19 (born 1851 IL)
listed as a farm Laborer living with his Uncle Henry and Aunt Louisa. By the
1880 Census he had left.
1910 Decatur Ward 3, Macon, IL Census for Henry A Jockisch age 57 married to
Mary age 53. Mary was born in IL. Her parents in Germany. One child living with
them Lillian age 12 born in IL.
1930 Decatur, Macon, IL Census puts Henry A Jokisch age 73 being born around
1857 in IL, parents born in Saxony Germany. Mary E. age 73 born around 1857 in
IL . Her parents were born in Bavaria.
Oldest Albert, Samuel and David taken in Decatur, IL
1. Jockisch, Albert H. or J. (1878 IL-1936) m: Kallenbach,
1920 Blue Mound Township, Macon, IL Census for Arpha Jockisch
age 34 estimated birth year 1886 IL married Albert Jockisch age 42 estimated
birth year 1878 IL. Child: Ruth age 8 estimated birth year 1912 IL.
1930 Blue Mound, Macon, IL Census for Albert J Jockisch age
54 estimated birth year 1876 IL. Parents born in IL. Married to Arpha L. age 45
est. birth year 1885 IL. Parents born in IL. Child: Ruth E age 18 born in IL
Ruth E (1912 IL-)
2. Jokisch, Samuel L.(1879 IL-) m: Kater, Nellie (1888/91
1920 Blue Mound, Macon, IL Census states Samuel Jokisch is age 42 born about
1878 in IL married to Nellie age 32 born around 1888 in IL. Their children are:
Ralph age 8 born about 1912 in IL and Louis age 6 born about 1914 in IL.
Ralph (November 16,1911/12 Boody, IL - April7,1937 Blue Mound Twp., Macon, IL
Louis (@1914 IL-)
3. Jockisch, David H. (1879 IL- ) m: Housch, Anna (1887
Missouri- ) Mother: Mary Housch born in Germany.
1910 Blue Mound Township, Macon, IL Census for David H.
Jocksich puts him at age 31 parents born in IL. He was married to Anna age 23
birthplace Missouri. Her parents were born in Germany. Her mother Mary Housch
age 60 widowed born in Germany as were her parents. One child Elvira age 3 born
1920 Blue Mound Township, Macon, IL Census puts David's age
at 41 born about 1879 in IL married to Anna age 33 born about 1887 in Missouri.
Their children are David age 3y9m and Elvira age 13
Elvira (1907 IL- )m. Shehorn, Wilton
David (@1917 IL-)
4. Jockisch, Lillian T. (1898 IL- ) m: Hurtt, Linley
5. Jockisch, Robert L. (1918-1918)
D. Jockisch, Theodore William (July 1856 IL-June 15,1937
Tuscaloosa, ALA. age 82) m: 1888 Chouteau, Paralee (August 1872 IL-) Parent:
Chouteau, Nancy A.(October 1837-). Theodore & Paralee moved to Alabama around
1910 In 1930 census Theodore was 77, Paralee was 58
1860 ward Beardstown, Cass, IL for Theodore Jockisch age 5 estimated birth yr
1870 Blue Mound, Macon, IL Census for Theodore Jokish age 15 (census was done on
June 10,1870. He was working as a farm laborer for Kalum (can't read it)
1900 Precincts 5-6 Cleveland, Brush creek, Perry, Alabama for Theodore Jockish
born July 1853 IL, Parents born in Germany. Married to Paralee Jockish born
August 1872 IL . Her father was born in Louisiana and mother in Alabama. She has
been married 12 years. Est. marriage yr 1888. She is the mother of 4 children.
Velma H born April 1889 IL, Verla A born January 1891 IL, Charlie born February
1893, and Viola born October 1895. Living with them are: Nancy Jockish his
mother born October 1837 IL who is Widowed and Charles P Jockish a nephew born
1910 Brush Creek, Perry, Alabama Census for Theodore W. Jockisch age 54 head of
household. Parents born in Germany. married to Paralee M 37 father born in
Austria and mother in Alabama. Children: Charles G C age 21, Viola A age 17.
Parent Nancy A Chouteau age 73 relationship to household Mother-in-Law. Widowed.
Parents born in South Carolina. Also living with them Jesse Townsend born in
Alabama age 19. Relationship to head of household is blank.
1920 Precinct 6, Perry, Alabama Census for Theodore W Jockisch age 66 estimated
birth yr 1854 IL married to Parlee M age 47 est. birth yr 1873 IL. Child
Theodore R age 10 female estimated birth year 1910 AL.
1930 According to the Census they were living in Halls Store, Hale, Alabama they
had a servant name James Horn age 16 race white.
1. Jockisch, Velmer Harrison ( April 13,1889 IL-October,14,1957 Alabama Bur:
Greensboro, Hale Co., ALA. age 68) m: April 2,1911 Hale, Alabama Johnson, Maggie
Mae age 41 in 1930 Census putting birth year around 1889 in Georgia. Velmer was
1920 Precinct 4 Greensboro Part Of, Hale, Alabama for V H Jockisch age 30 est.
birth yr 1890 IL married May age 32 estimated birth yr 1888 Alabama. Children:
Ishmael age 7, Bonnie age 5 , and Charles age 2 estimated birth yr 1918 Alabama
5. Jockisch Jr. , Charlie (29 JUN 1922 - 25 OCT 2000)
Mrs. Hardy's hallmark philosophy was “the dignity and personal worth of each resident”. Mrs. Hardy was a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the Honor Society of Nursing, a member of the Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators, a member of the Alabama State Nurses Association, a member of the Capstone College of Education Society, a Charter member of the Capstone Nursing Society, and an Adjunct Professor of the Capstone College of Nursing. The Evelyn Wurm Hardy Scholarship was established in 1982 by friends and residents of LaRocca at the University Of Alabama Capstone College Of Nursing.
6. Jockisch, Horace (3 MAY 1924 - 25 OCT 1982) m. Montz, Burlia (1 JAN 1896 - 26 JUN 1976)
7. Jockisch, Joe James (20 MAR 1929 - 2 MAY 2007) m. Whitfield, Rebecca
JOE JAMES JOCKISCH GREENSBORO
1. Wurm, David (7 JAN 1960-9 SEP 2004)
Joe James Jockisch, age 78, of Greensboro, died May 2, 2007, at Hospice of West Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 5, 2007, at Oakwood Cemetery in Greensboro with the Reverend Dee McGuire and the Reverend Arthur Thomas officiating and Kirk Funeral Homes Greensboro Chapel directing. The family will receive friends tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
His parents, Charlie and Burlie Monts Jockisch, four sisters, Melonea Martin, Margaret Jockisch, Verlie Wade and Ellen Cole, and four brothers, Bill, Charlie, Horace and Vernard Jockisch, preceded him in death.
Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Rebecca Whitfield Jockisch; two daughters, Jacqueline Broussard (Marty) and Sonja Davis (Ritchie) of Greensboro, Ala.; two sons, Kevin Jockisch (Laura) of Eutaw, Ala. and James Jockisch (Belinda) of Birmingham, Ala.; grandchildren, Becca, Joe and SueEllen Broussard, Demi, Dawson and Drake Davis, William and Whit Jockisch; half sisters, Evelyn Pounds (James) of Mobile, Ala. and Eleanor Robertson of Tennessee; and special niece, Mary Ellen Cole of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Mr. Jockisch was born March 20, 1929, in Hale County. Joe opened Joe's Repair Shop in Eutaw, Alabama in 1963. He operated the business until he retired. He enjoyed hunting and farming and time with his family and friends.
Pallbearers will be Randy Brown, Jack Davis, Robbie Langham, Billy Ryan, Birney Hales, Dr. Doug Halbrooks, Earnest Cochran, John C. Jay,
a. Jockisch, Jacqueline m. Broussard, Marty
b Jockisch, Sonja m. Davis, Ritchie of Greensboro, AL
c. Jockisch, Kevin m. (Laura) of Eutaw, AL.
2. Jockisch, Verlie (Verla.) Uldene ( 16 JAN1891- 9JAN 1962 Tuscaloosa, AL) m: (June,19,1907 AL) Wurm, Hans (17 MAY 1878 Nurenburg, Bavaria, Germany - 10 APR 1925 Tuscaloosa, AL)
d. Jockisch, James m. (Belinda) of Birmingham, AL.
a. Wurm, Theodore N (12 JUN1908 Tuscaloosa, AL-10 September 1971 Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL) m: 1st Barksdale, Mary Lee (26 JUN 1897-1 OCT 1925) 2nd Langford, Elizabeth (11 MAR 1922 - 27 NOV 2003)
b. Wurm, Hans M Wurm(1910-1990) m Thomas, Inez (1912 -)
c. Wurm, William F. (29 MAR 1913 - 4 JUN 1984) m. Cameron, Helen (4 DEC 1912- 9 MAY 2011)
p; d. Wurm, Paralee Marie (29 NOV 1915 - 17 MAY 1980) m. Keene, Wilkie (7 SEP 1914-24 NOV1983 Tuscaloosa, AL)
Wurm, David (24, FEB 1921- 13 JUN 1979) m. Johnson, Mary Alma (15 NOV 1923-19
APR 1925 Birmingham, Jefferson CO., AL)
ALMA JOHNSON WURM
Mary was a graduate of Ward High School. She attended and graduated from Druid City School of Nursing, proudly becoming a Registered Nurse. In 1945 she married David Wurm. She was a loving wife and doting mother to her three children.
Mary was passionate about caring for others. She loved life, she loved nursing, and above all, she loved her family. She was affectionately known as "Mama", "Moose," "Mimi," and "Mims." She was a resident of Golden LivingCenter-Riverchase, in Birmingham, where she will be fondly remembered as Mary J. She will be deeply missed.
f. Wurm, Viola E. (22 SEP 1924- 10 OCT 2011) m. Hardy, Lyman (26 JUN 1916 -17 JUL 1992)
VIOLA E WURM HARDY
She was a graduate of Holt High School and received her BS in Nursing Education from the University of Alabama. She received her MA in Curriculum and Research from the University of Alabama. In 1947, Evelyn Hardy was a member of the first nursing class of the University of Alabama to receive a BS degree. Evelyn Hardy was a pioneer in the field of geriatric nursing.
In 1956, she and her husband, Lyman Hardy, opened one of the first nursing homes in the state of Alabama with a registered nurse in charge. LaRocca Nursing Home, a nationally recognized facility, became known as more than a skilled nursing facility, but a “home” to its many residents.
Jockisch, Charles G.(Charlie)(February 1893 IL-July 2,1957 Mobile, Ala age
64) m: March 30,1913 Hale Alabama, Monty, Burlin Parents born in Alabama
1910 Brush Creek, Perry, Alabama Census for Charles G. C. Jockisch 17 son of
Theodore W 54 and Paralee M Jockisch 37. He was born in IL.
1920 Precinct 6, Perry, Alabama Census for Charlie Jockisch age 25 estimated
birth yr 1893 IL married to Burlia age 24 est.. birth yr 1896 AL. Children
Vernard 6, Billie M 5, Melinea M 3 and Margarett L 1 years. old.
1930 Brush Creek, Perry, Alabama 1930 Census for Charlie C Jockisch age 35
married to Bertia age 32. Her parents were born in Alabama. Children: Vernal 16,
Billie 15, Melissa,13, Margaret L 10, Verlie M 9, Charlie G J 8, Horace 6, Jewel
E 4 and Joe J. 1 years old. All born in Alabama.
a. Jockisch, C Vernard. (4 MAR 1914 AL- 25 AUG 1989 Demopolis, Marengo, AL) m. Kelley, Sadie Mae(2 DEC 1914 - 4 OCT 1990)
b. Jockisch, William "Billie" M. (2 MAY 1915 AL-29 JUL 1999) m. Melver M. (25JUN 1918 -20 JUL 1997)
c. Jockisch, Melinea Jockisch, Melonea (19 MAR 1917 AL - 15 AUG
1982) m. Martin, Stanley Hamilton (12 JUL 1922 Greensboro, Hale CO., AL- 20 JAN 2013 Greensboro, AL)
STANLEY HAMILTON MARTIN
Stanley H. Martin, age 90, of Greensboro, died Jan. 20, 2013, at Colonial Haven Nursing Home.
Graveside services will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Oakwood Cemetery in Greensboro with Arthur Thomas and Dee McGuire officiating and Memory Chapel Funeral Home, a Dignity Memorial Provider, directing.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Melonea Jockisch Martin; his son, Keith Michael Martin Sr.; his daughter, Sara Zoellen Martin Latham; two sisters, Edwina Mae Martin Meggs and Annie Reese; and two brothers, Price K. Martin and James W. Martin.
Survivors include his daughters, Willie M. Thomas, Marjorie Davis, and Eloise Murphree (Jimmy); his son, Stanley Martin Jr. (Anita); 18 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren.
Mr. Martin was born in Hale County on July 12, 1922, to Tom Edd and Sarah Ann Martin. He and his wife, Melonea Jockisch Martin, had six children.
He worked as a truck driver for 52 years.
Pallbearers will be Bob Shelton, Scott Martin, Dylan Drake, Joe Drake, Hayden Drake, Brent Powell, Jimmy Murphree, and Jimmy Murphree Jr.
Honorary pallbearers are members of Antioch Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Antioch Baptist Church.
Condolences may be offered at
a. Martin JR. , Stanley Hamilton (1942-2013)
STANLEY HAMILTON MARTIN JR.
On May 6th, 2013, Assistant Fire Chief Stanley Hamilton Martin, Jr., 71, of the Springfield Volunteer Fire Department, passed away after responding to a structure fire in Eutaw as an apparatus operator. Following suppression activities, Asst. Chief Martin began to complain of shortness of breath. Fire Chief George Henderson called for an ambulance, and prior to its arrival Martin stopped breathing. Resuscitation was initiated by fellow firefighters on the scene and he was transported to Greene County Hospital, but medical efforts were unsuccessful.
Assistant Fire Chief Stanley Martin, Jr. served with the Springfield Volunteer Fire Department as an apparatus operator. He responded along with other firefighters to a structure fire at 71 Peachtree Lane in Eutaw around 2:30 a.m. May 6.
He was born Feb. 6, 1942, in Hale County to Stanley Hamilton and Melonea Jockish Martin.
Assistant Chief Martin is survived by his wife, Anita, daughter Alicia Martin Shelton, sons Stanley H. Martin, III and Scott Tinsley Martin, sisters Willie Thomas, Marjorie Davis, and Eloise Murphee, and three grandchildren.
He was a member of the Fire Service for twenty years.
The visitation and funeral for Assistant Chief Stanley Martin will be held at Eutaw Baptist Church located at 225 Main Street, Eutaw, Alabama.
Visitation will be held Thursday evening from 6pm until 8pm. The funeral will be at 10am Friday, May 10th. The graveside service will be at the Mesopotamia Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Kenny Shipman, Dustin Shipman, Austin Martin, Kyle Shelton, Boby McCaa, Joe Drake, Hayden Drake and Dylan Drake.
Honorary pallbearers will be Springfield Fire Department and the deacons of Eutaw Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made either to the church or the Springfield Fire Department.
Alabama has suffered the loss of two firefighters on the scene of a call in two weeks. I extend my deepest condolences to the families, loved ones, and departments of firefighter Dale Scott Queen and Assistant Fire Chief Stanley Martin, Jr.
1. Martin III, Stanley H.
2. Martin, Scott Tinsley Martin
b. Martin, Sarah Zoellen (1943-2008) m. Latham, Lemuel M.
Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960 for Julius Franklin Jockisch age 85
ears 9 months 15 days. Estimated birth year 1858. Father: Chas G. Jockisch and
mother Margretha Schieol. Death place Seattle, King, Washington.
F. Jockisch, Louise (MAR 1859- )
G. Jockisch, Charles (1862-)m:
Rhineberger, Pearl (1886-1911)
1880 Township 18 N. Range 11W., Cass, Illinois Census for Charles Jockish 18
birth date 1862 IL occupation: at home. Father born in Germany. Mother Margaret
Jockisch born in Germany. Household: parent Margaret Jockish widowed age 49
parents born in Germany. occupation: keeping house, F. J. Jockish male 21,
Mollie Jockish age 12.
1. Jockisch, Lillie m: Winnings, Frank
a. Winninga, Virgil
b. Winninga, Dolly
c. Winninga, Vearl
2. Jockisch, Clylie G.
3. Jockisch, Ferdinand
H. Jockisch, Israel Albert (10 May1863 - October 14,1864)
I. Jockisch, Amilie Touby (12 June 1868 - May 9,1881) She
was called Mollie?