Mitch Blank's North-German Genealogy Site
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This page created August 9th, 2014, last updated January 23rd, 2021
Seamstress, self employed dressmaker in Milwaukee
Viola Hartig's grandmother's half-sister's granddaughter
Father Johann Carl Friedrich "John" GLEY, 1856-ca 1934
Mother Maria Johanna Friederike "Ricka" HOLZHAUSEN Gley, 1849-1912
Sister Augusta "Gussie" GLEY Stahnke, 1882-
Sister Alma M GLEY, 1884-
Anna C GLEY, 1885-
Sister Rose Lilly Lucy GLEI, 1889-
27 May 1885 - Born at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
1886 - Resided at 986 5th Street there. Pre-1930 house numbering system. He lived here with his Johannsen relatives.
2 December 1889, age 4 - Sister Rose Lilly Lucy GLEI born there
28 January 1890, age 4 - Grandmother Albertine Carolina Johanna "Caroline" GLEY Johannsen, age 53, died there of influenza
1900, age 14 - Confirmed at Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church there and occupation listed as seamstress
9 June 1900, age 15 - Recorded in the Federal census at 63 Locust, Milwaukee. This address is one house west of Pierce street on the south side of Locust. The home was built in 1886. In 1930 this address was renumbered as 629 E Locust.
As of 1910 until 1911 - Occupation listed as dressmaker
15 April 1910, age 24 - Recorded in the Federal census at 63 Locust, Milwaukee
10 May 1912, age 26 - Mother Maria Johanna Friederike "Ricka" HOLZHAUSEN Gley, age 62, died there of Gehirnschlag (cerebral apoplexy)
About 1934, age 48 - Father Johann Carl Friedrich "John" GLEY, age 77, died in Milwaukee?