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Every culture cherishes a winged spirit--from the ancient Egyptian ka and Norse Valkyries to Hindu apsaras and the archangels of the Bible. Featuring biblical tales, poetry, and lovely illustrations, this collection reveals the divine powers of angels, the history behind their existence, and the many ways you can include them in your life. For centuries, angels have served as messengers, warriors, and guardians who have a special bond with humans. Angels can help you release worry and guilt, heal physically and emotionally, and manifest your dreams. All you need to do is open yourself up to receive divine messages and insight.
Albert Danecke 's wife. Sophia Georgina, nee Rehlwck, departed this life in The son, Albert Danecke, Jr. Louis in Sophia Best, the wife of John H. The widow became the wife of Gustave Thies, a native of "Westphalia, who conducted the brewery until his death in Thies died in Charles A.
Blank, eldest son of Valentine and Salome Michel Blank, when thirteen years of age, was employed in the wholesale grocery of George T. Meyer, and remained with the same house during the different changes of the firm to George T.
He at present is conducting a laundry in Chicago. Gustave Thies, Jr. Louis, Arnold Thies, another son, is proprietor of a drug store in Hinsdale, Illinois ; Miss Antoinette Thies the only daughter living, is established as a dressmaker in Quincy. Bernard Henry Starmann, born in in Grossendohren, Han- over, came to Quincy in , accompanying Father August Brick- wedde, the first German Catholic priest stationed in this cit.
After a sojourn of five years in Quincy, Bernard Starmann returned to the fatherland to settle an estate, he being the eldest son in the family.
He there met and married Maria Gesina Dall. Both died in their native country. One son, George, and one daughter, Lizetta Starmann, came to Quincy in The latter became the wife of Bernard Stroot and remained in Quincy thirteen years ; after the death of her husband she returned to the fatherland. George Star- mann, born April 21, , served an apprenticeship with George Landwelir. In he went into busi- ness with Ben S.
Lock, and ten years later, in , established a business of his own, in which he was very successful until , when he retired from active business life. They have two sons George and Rudolph Starmann, both in Chicago, George being a chemist, and Rudolph is engaged as auditor with a large real estate firm.
Two brothers of George Starmann, August and Clemens, are established in the painting, wall papering and decorating business in St. Joseph, Missouri. In his father came to Adams County and located in Houston Township, following agricultural pursuits.
During the Civil war he engaged in merchandising in York Neck. Clark Strickler died in , his wife preceding him in death in Nutt, nierehant in Mendon, and David P. Strickler, a graduate of different hififlier schools and colleges, also of the Univer- sity of Michigan.
Septenil er 8, , he marriod Edith Sinclair Rice, daughter of Dr. Jeremiah Strickler, born in Pennsylvania, grew up on the farm in Houston Township, and later married Sarilda Downing. Groves, daughter of Stephen and JIary Jane Campbell Groves, her father being of German lineage, whose great-grandfather came from Germany about the time when William Penn established Pennsyl- vania, from whom he received a land grant, and settled at what is known as Graf's Run; this would indicate that the name originally was written Graf.
He was a Quaker by faith. His sons were: Jacob, a weaver; Joseph, a farmer his wife lieing Catherine Staley, her ances- tors came from Pennsylvania, of German extraction, as the name indicates. Stephen Groves, born in West Virginia, February 22, , came west with his grandparents in , in an old-fashioned prairie schooner, drawn by horses. He finally engaged in farming in Houston Township, and married Mrs.
Nancy Strickler, December 28, She died June 26, Stephen Groves later married Jane Campbell. The history of the Ruff family in Quincy is very interesting. The name originally was written Ruoff. The history of the family can oidy be traced back to three boys, aged 13, 11, and 9 years, respec- tively, who were the only survivors of their family after that horrible massacre of Bartholomew's Night, August 24, , where they wit- nessed the killing of their ] arents and sister.
The boys escaped onto a raft, which during the night came down the River Aar. Although discovered by the raft-men, they were allowed to remain on the raft, which finally reached the River Rhine, when the youngest of the boys, l cing weak and of no special benefit to the raft-men, was put off at Koblenz.
The boy then made an attempt to get ijack to his old home, and wandered along the Moselle in the direction of Metz. He rode on the wagon of a charcoal burner to the border of Alsace, and finally was placed under guardianship at Neu Hornbach, where he grew up to inanhood. In , Ludwig Ruff, born in. Later he went to Weiler near Weissenburg and erected a mill of his own, conducting an oil mill and a saw mill. He also was elected as burgomaster of Weiler, where the couple remained until , when they emigrated, came to America and located in Quincy, where Ludwig Ruff died in ; his wife departing this life in They emigrated to America and located in Quincy in Jacob Ruff for many years was engaged as carpenter and later opened a grocery store at Fifth and State streets, which he conducted for a number of years.
He died October 3, , and his wife followed him in death September 15, Chil- dren were : Mrs.
Rosa Kull, wife of the saddler John E. KuU, Ottumwa, Iowa; Mrs. Sophia Morgan, at La Plata, Missouri. As soon as able, he assisted his father in the mill, and later was apprenticed to the Genauds, proprie- tors of the great iron works in Schoenau.
After serving his appren- ticeship, he returned to Weiler, where he built a smithery and a forge.
He and his brother, Jacob Ruff, also conducted an oil mill and a saw mill. The first trip-hammer used in Weiler was made by Caspar Ruff, and is still there, as a remembrance, a relic of those days, eighty years ago, when he, in the prime of his life, was a promi- nent factor in the industry of his native town. When Henry Ruff, the eldest son of Caspar Ruff, visited Weiler years ago, he was shown the trip-hammer his father made. They came to Quincy, where they arrived July 9th, of said year, locating here for life.
Caspar Ruff began his activity in Quincy as a mill-wright, also conducting a smith shop at the southwest corner of Sixth and State streets. In the early '40s of the last century he erected the original Washington Brewery, the second brewery in Quincy, which he in company with William Gasser conducted for a time ; he also served in the Mormon war. Later he assumed the business and together with Theodore Brinckwirth conducted the brewery at Sixth and State streets for three years, when Brinckwirth left for St.
Louis, where he established a brewery. Caspar Ruff, Sr. Later he retired from tlic dry goods business and opened a earpet store which he conducted for many years, until he finally retired from active business life. They have one daughter, Lottie, who in became the wife of Dr. George Bock, and they have three sons: Carl, professor at some college; Hans, employed by the govern- ment in the Department of Agriculture; while Hugo L.
Lock in He was a brewer by profession. They had five children, of whom three are living, William J. Ruff, and Lisetta Schaeffcr. John Ruff died Jlay William J. Ruff followed his father in the business and when eighteen years of age went to Gernumy, where he attended a brewing academy in Worms, and studied chem- istry and brewing. Upon his return home from Germany, lie took over the superintendeiicv and brewnuistership of the Ruff Brewing Company. After the death of Caspar Ruff. Having made the business a scientific as well as practical study, he invented a ninuber of machines and devices used in the manufacture of beer, notably one of international reputation in the shape of a beer jiasteurizing macliinc.
The machines of his invention are found not only in some of the largest breweries of the T'nited States, but also in. Mexico, in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil, in Kobe, Japan, and in Capetown. South Africa. May 25, , married Bertha A.
Barth; she died April, Their chil- dren are: Edgar J. Caspar Ruff. He mar- ried Haniudi Tansmann, and departed this life Xoveml er 26, , his wife following him in death some years later. Children living are: Edward H. Edward H.
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