Category Archives: Gotcher Family Research and Stories

Tombstone Tuesday – Mary Maria Tracy Talbot

Continuing with Mary Maria Tracy Talbot, here is her tombstone, obituary and telegram about her death.     Stay tuned tomorrow for more on Mary Maria Tracy Talbot’s life, marriage and children.

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Mary Maria Tracy Talbot – Amanuensis Monday

This week, as I begin with the seven children of John Edward Tracy, I will start with Mary Maria Tracy Talbot.  Most of the records I have for Mary are about her death and today I am going to transcribe a … Continue reading

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Visiting Alice – Motivation Monday

Last week I had the privilege of traveling to Colorado and visiting with Alice.  She is my grandma’s first cousin and was born in 1920.  Her dad, Charles Edward Tracy, was my great grandfather, John Wesley Tracy’s, younger brother.  Alice … Continue reading

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Where did our Tracey line come from? Research in progress.

Recently I have jumped into the world of genetealogy.  That is DNA genealogy research.  My second cousin, Marshall, offered to take the YDNA test through familytreeDNA.  The results were kind of surprising.  When my husband took the same YDNA test … Continue reading

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Church Records Sunday – Council Church in York County, Nebraska

Last summer at the Tracy Family Reunion we visited the old family church on Sunday Morning.  We had a brief informal service where we sang some old hymns, shared memories of the church, my mom spoke about “legacy”, then we … Continue reading

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Mary Sophia Rusler – Surname Saturday

I have saved the oldest daughter of Augusta Wilhemina Erxleben and Michael Anthony Rusler for last because she was my great grandmother.  Many of my relatives have shared memories and stories they have about her so this post may be … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tombstone – Liol Rusler

Okay, So I don’t have a tombstone picture of Liol Rusler but I think I have a picture more rare – a gravesite picture.  Somehow my grandmother acquired this picture of Liol’s gravesite in Hollister, California in 1942. Liol Otto … Continue reading

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