I was researching the family of Jacob M. Heimberger for a professor at the Univ. of Miami (Florida), who is writing about these 1914 murders.The events really did happen. A very interesting true story.Thanks for your assistance. -- Alice ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jacob M. Heimberger and Catherine Jung married about March 9,1905. Anna Mary Heimberger (sister of Jacob)and Carl Geng married about 1909. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Katy (Catherine) Jung Heimberger Kobuskie married John Kobuskie -- sometime after 1914 but haven’t located date / place.Also not 100% sure“Kobuskie” is correct spelling. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Anna Mary Heimberger (sister of Jacob M. Heimberger) and Carl Geng (Anna's husband) ----
Carl Geng came from Germany to ND about 1907.He was born between 1882 - 1884 in Germany.He married Anna Mary Heimberger in 1909 in ND.
June 1910 census -- Carl and Anna Mary Geng lived in Morton Co., Twp. 139 in ND.Carl was a farmer.Carl was 26 years old and Anna Mary was 24 years old.No children listed.
Jan. 1920 census -- Carl and Anna Mary Geng lived in Hebron (Custer), Morton Co., ND. They lived on Buffalo Street.He was a laborer in a brickyard.His age was 37 years old and Anna Mary’s was 34 years. Children:(in 1920) Mary Geng - age 9 - born about 1910 in ND Fred Geng - age 6 - born Nov. 16, 1913 in Florida Lena Geng (a daughter) - age 3 - born about 1916 in ND
April 1930 census -- Carl and Anna Mary Geng lived in Hebron, Morton, NDHe was 48 years old and Anna Mary was age 45. Carl worked as a salesman for farm tractors. Carl stated he became a citizen in 1909 and Anna Mary a citizen in 1910. NOTE --- I question the short time between comingto US from Germany and citizenship.)
Children:of Carl and Anna Mary Geng (in 1930) Mary Geng - age 18 single Fred Geng - age 16 single Carrie (Lena) Geng - age 13 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fred C. Geng - born Nov. 16, 1913- died Nov. 15, 1987 in Plymouth, Wayne Co., Mich.