was wondering if anyone had any info on these two people ?
FRANK KUBISTA AND ANNA HARMAN here are their obits.
Surname: KUBISTA, HERMAN, DUTCHER, SYNOVEC, FRANK
PIERCE COUNTY CALL; Pierce, Nebraska; Thursday, March 25, 1920
DEATH OF FRANK KUBISTA
Frank Kubista, one of the old and respected settlers of Pierce County, died at the home of his son, John, living south of Pierce, last Friday, of dropsy.
He was born in Bohemia, December 6, 1843, and died at Pierce, Nebr., on March 19, 1920, aged 76 years, 3 months and 13 days. He grew to young manhood in his native country and was married to Miss Anna Herman in 1865. In 1881 he came to the United States, first living in Dodge county, Nebraska. In 1886 he came to Pierce county and settled on a farm. To this union were born 5 children-1 son and 4 daughters. Those surviving are John, Mrs. Frank Dutcher, Mrs. Telomena Synovec, Mrs. Frank Frank and Miss Mary Kubista.
Funeral services were held at the home of the son, John, south of town Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Lawrence Horning, pastor of the Congregational church in Pierce. The Pierce male quartet, consisting of Messrs. A.L. Brande, L.P. Tonner, C.B. Brande and D.C. Deibler, sang "Rock of Ages" and "Nearer to Thee."
A large company of old friends and neighbors were present to pay their last tribute of respect to the deceased.
Burial was had in Prospect View cemetery.
Anna Harman Kubista
Surname: KUBISTA, HARMAN, SYNOVEC, DUTCHER, FRANK
PIERCE COUNTY CALL; Pierce, Nebraska; Thursday March 9, 1916
Mrs. Frank Kubista Passes Away.
Mrs. Frank Kubista passed away on Monday, the 6th inst, at her home west of town, at the age of 76 years, 9 months and 25 days.
Deceased was born in Bohemia on May 11, 1839. Her maiden name was Anna Harman. She was united in marriage to Frank Kubista in her native country on January 16th, 1866. After residing in Bohemia for 15 years they came to America in 1881, located first in Dodge county. Three years later they moved to Pierce county where deceased lived until the final summons came.
There were born to Mr. and Mrs. Kubista four boys and four girls, three boys passing away in their infancy. Besides the husband, five children survive their mother's death, viz: Mrs. Edward Synovec, Pierce, Mrs. O.I. Dutcher, Greeley, Nebr., Mrs. Frank Frank, of Verdigre, and John and Mary of this county.
Mrs. and Mrs. Kubista celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on January 16, 1916 with all the children present.
Funeral services were held at the Congregational church Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. J. B. Burkhardt, conducting the same. Appropriate music was rendered by the church choir. The services were attended by a large gathering of relatives and old friends. Burial was made in Prospect View cemetery.
Note: In Anna's husband's obituary (Frank) it notes that Anna's maiden name as Herman