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Clicking an episode’s link will lead you to a picture. We will continue to invent the future through our blood and tears and through all our sadness. Biographies Families have approved and released official biographies and photos for our 32 fallen Hokies. Join us in remembering and honoring their lives. April 16th Memorial Dedication In a ceremony Aug. 19, 2007, the university dedicated a semi-circle of 32 engraved Hokie Stones in memory of the members of our Hokie family who lost their lives. Condolences Please send us your condolences for families Cards, letters, poems, pictures, posters, etc.

April 16 Memorial Website More than 36,000 individuals and families from around the world shared condolences, thoughts, and prayers with the university. Universities share our grief Institutions of higher education across the country have expressed condolences and support for Virginia Tech via their websites. Complimentary copies of the Memorial Issue also are still available. This show has moved to August Hall. All original tickets will be honored. Just Added: Pouya on June 3rd! Tickets on sale Friday at 10AM.

Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Die Deutschen von Iowa und deren Errungenschaften” is a book printed in 1900 by one of the German newspapers in Des Moines, Iowa. It was printed in German using the gothic alphabet. This book provides a great deal of information regarding some of citizens of Iowa with Germanic backgrounds. There are sections on noted members of the newspaper community, the clergy, tradesmen, and sections on several towns in Iowa. This extraction only attempts to provide the genealogical information that was contained in the actual volume.

One item of particular interest to the compiler was the frequent mention of the places of birth in Germany from which these people came. Making the connection back to the homeland is often difficult unless the local parish records can be found for the places of origin. There is much more information available in the text of the book itself. Thus this microfilm is available on loan thru the over 2,000 Family History Centers worldwide. Anyone finding useful information in this extraction is encouraged to obtain the full text of the article from which this information was obtained.

The page numbers listed at the end of each individual extract refer to the page number in the book where this information was found. 30 Nov 1893 in Marshalltown, Iowa. 19 Feb 1895 Carolina Dieterich, dau John F. George – born 6 Jun 1861 in Clinton Co. 10 May 1832 Anna Rahbeck, dau Claus D. 8 Oct 1893 Katie Stollberg, a sister of Mrs.

6 children one of whom was Maria, w. 8 children, 6 living: Friedrich, Edwin H. 5 children, 4 living: Charles, Albert G. 20 Dec 1892 in Dubuque, Iowa. Anna Maria, Minnie Christine, Wilhelm Heinrich, Clara Theresia, Ed. Heer, Joseph Fridolin – born 30 Jul 1834 in Wallenstaedt, Canton St.