Unruh Family History & Genealogy

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  • William 1.3%
  • Mary 1.2%
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  • Albert 1.0%
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  • George 0.7%
  • Walter 0.6%
  • Elmer 0.6%
  • Margaret 0.6%
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Donna Osborn She was born August 23, 1872 in Poland, Russia. She was two years old when she came with her parents to America. She lived in McPherson County, near Moundridge, Kansas as a child. She married Tobias Becker in 1889. He was born June 9, 1864 also in Poland, Russia. Nettie died December 24, 1939 and Tobias in September 16, 1948. She was a hard worker. She loved traveling, fishing, quilting and she also dis embroidering. She would always have a big garden and had beautiful flowers in it. She was a Godly women and also taught her children to pray and to be mindful of the way of God. Her children recall since their father was unable to read the their mother would read the news to him while their children would do the supper dishes and their homework and have games. They all would sit quietly before going to bed and lsiten to their mother read from the Bible for and hour or more and then they would kneel and have prayer. Her children say she must have read the Bible through several times as that was their mother and father's past time every evening. Even if they had friends or neighbors come and stayed late, she never failed to read the Bible before going to bed. Saturday was a big day for cleaning, baking and preparing for the Sunday dinner. The children looked forward to Sunday because after going to Sunday school and Church they would always had lots of company for dinner and supper. The neighbors and relatives would come as well as special friends that they would invite. She was quiet natured and a very generous women.
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