Margarethe was christened 27Mar1859 in the Lutheran church in Lambsheim, Rhine Pfalz, Bayern, as it was then. Lambsheim is south (up hill) from Frankenthal and Manheim. She arrived here, 26Dec1881, and went to East Cleveland/Mentor, Ohio. Margarethe (my grt grandmother) married Jacob Leva there in Nov1882.I've found no confirmable data on Jake in Germany.However, Levas ("Lef-ah") composed about half Lambsheim's poplulation.Levas were abundant in surrounding villages, too.They were all Catholic; the many Oberles were Evangelical.Family legend had Jake as an orphan from Frankfurt.Though not identified specifically from among all Jacob Levas of the Frankenthal district, it is likely he also was from Lambsheim.He and Margarethe came here on the same ship and voyage. Margaret and Jake had three children, Lena Cline, Anna Elizabeth Linn (my mother's mother), and John, A/K/A Jake.Jacob became a teamster for a brewery.The genealogical index at Family Search was most helpful.Knowing your subject's birthdate, if only the likely year, is key.Oberle means something like "high meadow,"Ober relating to the English over and le (or lei, etc.) becoming the English lea (meadow or pasture).