Gossert, Maria

Birth Name Gossert, Maria [1a]
Nick Name Mary [1a]
Gender female
Age at Death 75 years, 3 months, 4 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth 1829-05-09 Alsace/Lorraine GERMANY/FRANCE  
 
Immigration 1846-08-03 USA  
 
Death 1904-08-13 Joliet, Illinios  
 
Burial   Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Bonfield Township, Kankakee, Illinois  
 

Families

Married Husband Schweigert, David
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 1848    
 
  Children
  1. Swikert, Carrie
Married Husband Garbs, Heinrich

Source References

  1. Mom, Dad, and Their Ancestry
      • Date: 2012-12-12
      • Page: 35-36
      • Confidence: High
      • Source text:

        Great grandmother Caroline "Carrie'' Schweigert (1854-1898) was born in Salina
        Township, Kankakee, Illinois around 1854. She spoke German. Her mother, Maria "Mary"
        Gossert (1829-1904), was from Alsace/Lorraine, a former region in Germany and now located
        within the most eastern region of France. Mary was born on May 9, 1829 and immigrated to the
        United States on August 3, 1846. In 1848, she married David Schweigert (1823-1860). David
        was born in March, 1823, either in Baden or Alsace Germany. In addition to their child, Carrie,
        they had six other children. They settled in Salina Township, Kankakee. David died on
        September 27, 1860 at the early age of37. Sometime after David died, the family changed their
        name to Swikert. Mary, being only 31 years old at the time of David's death, married a second
        time. Her new husband, Heinrich "Henry" Garbs (1829-1892) was from Hanover, Hanover
        Germany; he was a butcher. They lived in Kankakee and had three children. Mary died on
        August 13, 1904 in Joliet, Illinois. Henry had died twelve years earlier, on June 9,1892. Both
        were buried in Zion Lutheran Cemetery located in Bonfield Township, Kankakee.

Pedigree

    1. Gossert, Maria
      1. Schweigert, David
        1. Swikert, Carrie
      2. Garbs, Heinrich