GARTNER Family - Rose Mary GARTNER (1932-) is the daughter of Daniel D. and Katherine HEIDT GARTNER. She married William "Bill" ROLL (1934-)

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Gartner Family Coat of Arms - a) unknown b) German GAERTNER c) German GARTNER ancient coat d) England GARTNER ancient coat

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Rose Mary GARTNER ROLL ELL's ancestors

Daniel D. GARTNER (1904-1987) and Katherine HEIDT GARTNER (1906-1960). Dan was born in Glen Ullin, ND   and Katherine was born in Odessa, South Russia.  and their great grandparents came from Kirchhausen, Baden-Württemberg, and Leimersheim, Pfalz, Germany. They had 6 children: Rose Mary, Marlene, Ida, Vi, Esther, and Willie. Daniel D. GARTNER's parents are Dan GARTNER and Louisa HOERSCH GARTNER. Their small home in Glen Ullin is still standing and is pictured below.




Front Row: Marlene, Vi Back Row: Katherine, Ida, Rose Mary, Dan

Rose Mary pointing to the grave stone of her great grandfather, Franz GARTNER (1852-1904), buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Richardton, Stark, ND. His wife, Katherine STEBNER GARTNER, is buried in Glen Ullin, Morton, ND. Franz's parents are Michael GARTNER and Regina ROLL GARTNER HEIDT of Sulz, Beresan, Cherson, South Russia  .


Other GARTNER Families/Genealogists

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GARTNERs from Weiperz, Kres Fulda, Hessen, Germany - Linda Suzan (GARTNER) BRAUND, genealogist
GARTNERs from Schönau near Heidelberg, Germany - Ulrich A. E. Gärtner of Besigheim, Würrtemberg, Germany - UlrichAE.Gaertner@@t-online.de
GARTNER, GERMANN (Kirchhausen & Weiperz, Germany) - Nick Benkert of Midland, MI - ohmi5549@@chartermi.net
GÄRTNER (Kernie, Basc-Bodrog, Hungary) - Ken Quinn - kquinn@@cam.org
Searching for descendants of Josef Gärtner m. 23-Nov-1740 in Nádudvar to Maria Ursula Scherer. The family migrated to Kernei, Bacs-Bodrog, Hungary. I have recorded over 6000 names of descendants in my database. GARTNER (Hessen Darmstadt) - Martha Gerber Rittinger of Germany - mmfarms@@bright.net

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