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Stallman Family History

Descendants of Jurgen Stallman

Generation No. 1

1. JURGEN1 STALLMAN was born January 07, 1804, and died July 31, 1888. He married CHRISTINA MARTIN.

More About JURGEN STALLMAN:

Burial: August 02, 1888, Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas

Children of JURGEN STALLMAN and CHRISTINA MARTIN are:

i. MARIA2 STALLMAN, b. February 02, 1855.

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Baptism: February 15, 1857, Trinity Lutheran Church, Frelsburg, Texas

2. ii. GEORGE F. STALLMAN, b. July 06, 1856, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas; d. October 12, 1933.

iii. AMALIE STALLMAN, b. July 12, 1858.

Notes for AMALIE STALLMAN:

The witnesses and godparents celebrating the baptism of Amalie Stallmann were Ernst Eduard Mackel, Johanna Thesina Martin and Henriette Amalie Martin. The Reverend J.C. Rohm performed the baptism at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas on April 25, 1859.

iv. HEINRICH STALLMAN, b. April 11, 1860, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas; d. September 25, 1881, Frelsburg, Texas.

More About HEINRICH STALLMAN:

Baptism: January 01, 1861, Trinity Lutheran Church, Frelsburg, Texas

Burial: September 27, 1881, Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas

Generation No. 2

2. GEORGE F.2 STALLMAN (JURGEN1) was born July 06, 1856 in Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas, and died October 12, 1933. He married PAULINE VENGHAUS January 11, 1881 in Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas. She was born March 09, 1860, and died January 19, 1908.

Notes for GEORGE F. STALLMAN:

The witnesses and godparents of Georg Stallman at his baptism were Gottleb Mackel and Gotthold Settler. The Reverend J.C. Roehm performed the baptism in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas on February 15, 1857.

More About GEORGE F. STALLMAN:

Baptism: February 15, 1857, Trinity Lutheran Church, Frelsburg, Texas

Burial: October 14, 1933, Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Frelsburg, Texas

More About PAULINE VENGHAUS:

Burial: January 21, 1908, Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Frelsburg, Texas

More About GEORGE STALLMAN and PAULINE VENGHAUS:

Marriage: January 11, 1881, Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas

Children of GEORGE STALLMAN and PAULINE VENGHAUS are:

i. GEORG AUGUST EDUARD3 STALLMAN, b. October 30, 1881, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas.

Notes for GEORG AUGUST EDUARD STALLMAN:

The witnesses and godparents celebrating the baptism and birth of Georg August Stallman were August Krause, Eduard Venghaus and Ida Vogelsang. The Reverend Gertsmann performed the baptism in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas on February 2, 1882.

3. ii. WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG STALLMAN, b. February 17, 1883, Frelsburg, Texas; d. January 06, 1969, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

4. iii. HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD STALLMAN, b. May 10, 1888, Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas; d. March 28, 1968.

iv. REINHOLD STALLMAN, b. November 15, 1889; d. September 22, 1931.

More About REINHOLD STALLMAN:

Burial: September 24, 1931, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

v. GEORGE F. STALLMAN, JR., b. November 10, 1892; d. October 24, 1954.

vi. WALTER H. STALLMAN, b. January 27, 1899; d. July 11, 1931.

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Burial: July 13, 1931, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

Generation No. 3

3. WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3 STALLMAN (GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born February 17, 1883 in Frelsburg, Texas, and died January 06, 1969 in Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas. He married IDA AUGUSTA WALLING September 09, 1913 in In the Home of Ida Augusta Walling, daughter of JOHANN WALLING and JOHANNA OSTHOFF. She was born July 02, 1890 in Balltown, Iowa, and died January 1982 in Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

Notes for WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG STALLMAN:

Witnesses and godparents celebrating the baptism of Wilhlm Stallmann were Wilhelm Venghaus, Ludwig Hoppe, Henirich Venghaus, and Wilhelmine Krause on May 13, 1883. The Reverend F. Gertsmann peformed the baptism at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Frelsburg, Texas.

William August Stallman was a lifelong resident of Colorado County, Texas. W.A. or Uncle August as his nephews and nieces called him, passed away on Tuesday, January 6, 1969 in the Eagle Lake Community Hospital. August was active until August of 1968 and enjoyed working cattle and other agricultural duties before he became ill. He became quite ill again on Christmas Eve and had been in the hospital for only one day on this recent illness before finally succumbing on January 6, 1969.

Funeral services were held at 10 am Thursday, January 8 from the Columbus Funeral Home with the Reverend Thomas Loftin, Pastor of the Garwood United Methodist Church officiating. He was placed to final rest in the Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery in Columbus, Texas. Pallbearers were Elmer Struss, Lawrence Stallman, Roy Stallman, Max Beckmeyer, Raymond Roecker, Bruce Fling, and W.C. Smith. Surving at the time of August's death were his wife Ida, one daughter, Olga Mae Hefner of Garwood, Texas, one son, Ned Stallman of Columbus, Texas and seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

More About WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG STALLMAN:

Baptism: May 13, 1883, Trinity Lutheran Church, Frelsburg, Texas

Burial: January 08, 1969, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery in Columbus, Texas

Cause of Death: Became quite ill on Christmas Eve

Medical Information: August was active until August 1968 while enjoying working cattle duties and became quite ill. He became ill again on Christmas Eve 1968 and finally succumbed to the illness on January 6, 1969.

Notes for IDA AUGUSTA WALLING:

Some rambling notes of her childhood by Ida Augusta Walling in 1967:

When we still lived in Iowa, Mama sent Lizzie and Clara to get some wood. I wanted to go too, so she put my coat on me and let me go. We had to go up hill and there was quite a bit of snow on the ground. I fell with my hands in the snow and froze them. So Lizzie called Mama and she came and picked me up. They took a pan full of snow in the house and made me hold my hands in it.

Our house in Iowa was built partly into the hill; so we could go up the hill and crawl on the roof. We had a nice house in Iowa. When we got to Texas and saw the house, we thought it was the barn and asked Papa where the house was. When he said that was the house we told him that we wanted to go home.

Lizzie and Clara went to school in Iowa. On the last day, Mama let me go along. The teacher gave all the pupils a apretty picture and when she did not give me one, I cried. So Lizzie told the teacher that I wanted one too. She said that she had one more and gave it to me. The pictures were about four by six, Lizzie had a picture of a big red rose, Clara a pink one, and mine was eyellow. Mama made a big scrap book when she got a hold of colored pictures. She would cut them out and put them in the scrap book. She put our rose pictures in the scrapbook. Colored pictures were scarce and it was a rare treat when we childdren could look at the book.

When we were in Texas and the new school house was built, it was on the bare prairie. Cattle would be all around it. One morning the cattle had broken a window --- I guess with their horns. The school board decided to fence the school ground. The men set the posts and itw was some time before they put on the wires. Then one Saturday they put one barb wire aroujnd the fence. The children were so used to running around the posts and they did not notice the wire. Lizzie ran into it and cut her lip real bad. The teacher sent some of the boys to a neighbor who came and took Lizzie and Clara home. Papa had to hitch up his tream and drive to Wharton to the doctor. After the accident, Lizzie could not go to school and it was several miles to walk throughn the pasture. They did not want to send Clara alone so I was started to school. I would get so tired walking so far so Clara always held my hand and pulled me along when I got tired. Lizzie and Clara had taught me to read some. The teacher was surprised that I could read. She put me in the class with the best and did not have to start me with the A B C's. Going to school we had to go through a pasture with a lot of cattle. We would get scared and run and then hide in the big grass.

When we got to Texas, wood was the only fuel to cook and heat with. We had a large timber area. After we girls were older, one of us had to go with Papa to get wood -- to pull one end of the cross cut saw to cut up the trees so that they could be loaded. One day when it was my turn to go, Papa drove over a rotten log that had a bumble bee nest in it. thye bumble bees came out in swarms and stung the horses. One stung me on the head and one on the hand. The next morning my eyes were swollen shut and my hand was swelled real big.

There were also many native pecan trees and we would go with Mama to gather pecans. Sometimes we had all we could carry home. Papa would take the pecans to market and buy coffee, sugar, etc. with them.

More About WILHELM STALLMAN and IDA WALLING:

Marriage: September 09, 1913, In the Home of Ida Augusta Walling

Children of WILHELM STALLMAN and IDA WALLING are:

5. i. OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN, b. April 25, 1918.

6. ii. NED WILLIAM STALLMAN, b. February 11, 1921, Garwood, Colorado County, Texas; d. March 06, 2000, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas.

4. HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3 STALLMAN (GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born May 10, 1888 in Frelsburg, Colorado County, Texas, and died March 28, 1968. He married ROSINA 'ROSIE' FREDERICKA WALLING June 01, 1916 in Home of Rosie's Parents in Bernardo, Texas, daughter of JOHANN WALLING and JOHANNA OSTHOFF. She was born October 08, 1892 in Balltown, Iowa, and died February 24, 1980 in Garwood, Colorado County, Texas.

Notes for HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD STALLMAN:

The May 26th, 1966 edition of the Colorado County Citizen writes:

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stallman of Garwood, Texas will be honored on their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a reception on Sunday, May 29th from three to five o'clock in the afternoon in the Methodist Educational Building in Garwood, Texas.

They were united in marriage on June 1, 1916 at Bernardo, Texas and have resided in Garwood since their marriage. Mr. Stallman is engaged in rice farming, rice drying, and ranching. Mrs. Stallman, the former Rosina Walling, was a school teacher before their marriage.

The reception will be given by their sons and daughters: Mrs. Edrie Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Stallman, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stallman.

Notes for ROSINA 'ROSIE' FREDERICKA WALLING:

Rosie puts down some memories for a Family Reunion in 1967:

Just after sundown Mama would call for all the little ones to come in tghe house. Then the older ones had to help in the kitchen and dining room, but Fred, age two, Tillie, age three and one half, and I , age five, would go into the dining room and sit in the big rockers and rock. Then Mama would light the oil lamp on the dining room table and we would watch the evening shadows and rock and sing about everything -- the sun, the moon, the stars, flowers, birds, and just everything (how different from our evenings with TV and movies today).

Tillie told me about the twelve silver plates that Grandmother Osthoff's family had brought over from Bavaria. The plates had the Hammerand Family Crest under each plate. Mama and her sister Kate and brother John each got four plates. Mama never used them and I don't know where she kept them, but I remember she showed them to us once. The plates burned up when our house burned and I suppose no one ever thoughnt of them any more, but I guess Mama must have or she wouldn't have told Tillie about them.

During the epidemic of yellow fever when the men were guarding the rivere to keep the travelers from the city from crossing, Papa would take his shotgun and go down to the river each night. Tillie who was just beginning to talk, was so afraid and she would say, "The Riverlers are going to get Daddy!" If ciyrse sge neabt tge travelers.

More About ROSINA 'ROSIE' FREDERICKA WALLING:

Burial: February 26, 1980, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

Marriage Notes for HENRY STALLMAN and ROSINA WALLING:

Ed Stallman and Rosie Walling were united in marriage on June 1, 1916. On May 29, 1966 a party was held celebrating 50 years of marriage!

The Anniversary gathering was held at the Methodist Educational Building in Garwood, Texas. The reception was given by Ed and Rosie's sons and daughters, Mrs. Edrie Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Stallman, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stallman.

More About HENRY STALLMAN and ROSINA WALLING:

Marriage: June 01, 1916, Home of Rosie's Parents in Bernardo, Texas

Children of HENRY STALLMAN and ROSINA WALLING are:

7. i. EDRIE ELANOR4 STALLMAN, b. November 25, 1917.

8. ii. ROSEMARY ESTHER STALLMAN, b. November 26, 1920.

9. iii. PAULINE LYNETTE STALLMAN, b. May 05, 1923.

10. iv. WILTON EDWARD STALLMAN, b. August 12, 1924; d. August 12, 1990, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas.

11. v. NEAL EDWARD STALLMAN, b. June 14, 1927.

Generation No. 4

5. OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN (WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born April 25, 1918. She married WILLIAM ARTHUR HEFNER, JR. November 10, 1939 in Columbus, Colorado County, Texas, son of WILLIAM HEFNER and ELVA INSALL. He was born January 23, 1918 in Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas, and died June 01, 1989 in Houston, Texas.

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Marriage: November 10, 1939, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

Children of OLGA STALLMAN and WILLIAM HEFNER are:

12. i. WILLIAM ARTHUR5 HEFNER III, b. August 07, 1943, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

13. ii. CYNTHIA ELOIS HEFNER, b. June 17, 1947, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

iii. RODNEY LLOYD HEFNER, b. July 01, 1949, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas; d. April 27, 1978, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

14. iv. MARILYN ESTELLE HEFNER, b. June 03, 1954, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

v. CLIFTON CLAY HEFNER, b. June 25, 1956, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas; m. (1) KAREN LEE ALLIS, January 10, 1981, Denver, Colorado; b. August 15, 1955, Denver, Colorado; m. (2) THERESA MARIE CRAIG, August 31, 1999, Vatulele Island, Figi; b. April 20, 1961, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Notes for CLIFTON CLAY HEFNER:

Clifton & Karen were divorced in Danville, California on July 31, 1997. Clifton remarried to Theresa Marie Craig on August 31, 1999 in Vatulele Island, Figi.

More About CLIFTON HEFNER and KAREN ALLIS:

Marriage: January 10, 1981, Denver, Colorado

More About CLIFTON HEFNER and THERESA CRAIG:

Marriage: August 31, 1999, Vatulele Island, Figi

6. NED WILLIAM4 STALLMAN (WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born February 11, 1921 in Garwood, Colorado County, Texas, and died March 06, 2000 in Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. He married RUBY LEE HOHENSEE May 15, 1944 in Weimar, Colorado County, Texas, daughter of LOUIS HOHENSEE and MARTHA KELLNER. She was born August 24, 1923 in Fayette County, Texas.

Notes for NED WILLIAM STALLMAN:

Ned was a veteran of World War II.

More About NED WILLIAM STALLMAN:

Burial: March 08, 2000, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

More About RUBY LEE HOHENSEE:

Christening: August 26, 1923, St. John's Catholic Church, Fayettville, Texas

More About NED STALLMAN and RUBY HOHENSEE:

Marriage: May 15, 1944, Weimar, Colorado County, Texas

Children of NED STALLMAN and RUBY HOHENSEE are:

15. i. MICHAEL WAYNE5 STALLMAN, b. June 13, 1951, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas.

16. ii. PATRICIA MARIE STALLMAN, b. February 21, 1963, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas.

7. EDRIE ELANOR4 STALLMAN (HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born November 25, 1917. She married CARLTON LUCIAN FLOWERS. He was born July 14, 1918.

Children of EDRIE STALLMAN and CARLTON FLOWERS are:

i. CARLTON LUCIAN5 FLOWERS, b. December 23, 1940.

17. ii. EDRIE ELIZABETH FLOWERS, b. March 14, 1943.

8. ROSEMARY ESTHER4 STALLMAN (HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born November 26, 1920. She married WILLIAM CARL SMITH. He was born November 07, 1917.

Children of ROSEMARY STALLMAN and WILLIAM SMITH are:

i. WILLIAM CARL5 SMITH, b. December 15, 1944.

ii. RUSSELL EDWARD SMITH, b. August 13, 1946.

iii. BARBARA DAWN SMITH, b. August 24, 1949.

iv. MITCHEL REED SMITH, b. August 23, 1955.

9. PAULINE LYNETTE4 STALLMAN (HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born May 05, 1923. She married JOHN FOLEY. He was born October 15, 1912.

Children of PAULINE STALLMAN and JOHN FOLEY are:

i. CLYDE LEWIS5 FLEMING, b. February 22, 1946.

ii. JOYCE LYNETTE FLEMING, b. September 24, 1947.

10. WILTON EDWARD4 STALLMAN (HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born August 12, 1924, and died August 12, 1990 in Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. He married LILLIAN PRATKA. She was born November 19, 1924.

Notes for WILTON EDWARD STALLMAN:

Wilton was a veteran of World War II.

More About WILTON EDWARD STALLMAN:

Burial: August 14, 1990, Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas

Notes for LILLIAN PRATKA:

Colorado County Citizen writes at end of WWII:

Wilton E. Stallman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stallman of Garwood, Texas arrived home from Fort Sam Houston on Monday August 13th having received a medical discharge from the United States Army.

On D-Day, June 6, 1944, Wilton was inducted into the Army. After completing his basic training at Camp Hood he was sent to Fort Meade, Maryland, and from there to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. He left for foreign duty on November 20th, arriving in England on December 2nd. After a few days there, he was moved through France to the front in Belgium where he served with the 1st Divison of General Hodges' First Army, helping to push back the bulge. He saw action in Belgium and Germany.

While at the front, Wilton suffered frozen feet and was sent back to the rear areas in France, and then to England for hospitalization. Finally on March 28 he arrived in the States and has since been a patient at Brooke General Hospital in San Antonio.

Wilton leaves the service with these decorations: Combat Infantryman's Badge, Purple Heart, Good Conduct ribbon and European Theatre of Operations ribbon with two campaign stars. A host of friends welcome him back and are wishing him success as he continues rice farming and cattle ranching in Garwood.

Children of WILTON STALLMAN and LILLIAN PRATKA are:

i. VERONICA ROSE5 STALLMAN, b. October 15, 1948.

ii. JOHANNA ANGELINE STALLMAN, b. March 16, 1950.

iii. THOMAS WILTON STALLMAN, b. August 16, 1951.

11. NEAL EDWARD4 STALLMAN (HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born June 14, 1927. He married MARY POLOCHECK. She was born January 11, 1932.

Children of NEAL STALLMAN and MARY POLOCHECK are:

i. CONSTANCE ELIZABETH5 STALLMAN, b. December 27, 1951.

ii. KAREN FAITH STALLMAN, b. August 31, 1953.

iii. SETH NEAL STALLMAN, b. October 07, 1954.

iv. CARMEN GRACE STALLMAN, b. February 12, 1959.

Generation No. 5

12. WILLIAM ARTHUR5 HEFNER III (OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born August 07, 1943 in Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas. He married JESSYE STUBBLEFIELD May 16, 1968 in Bloomington, Texas. She was born August 20, 1945 in Anaheim, California.

More About WILLIAM HEFNER and JESSYE STUBBLEFIELD:

Marriage: May 16, 1968, Bloomington, Texas

Children of WILLIAM HEFNER and JESSYE STUBBLEFIELD are:

18. i. MICHAELANNE6 HEFNER, b. October 17, 1963, Victoria, Texas.

ii. TRAVIS GLEN HEFNER, b. April 28, 1966, Victoria, Texas; m. KATHY JANE SATURDAY, February 26, 2000, Las Vegas, Nevada; b. February 28, 1956, Ashtabula, Ohio.

More About TRAVIS HEFNER and KATHY SATURDAY:

Marriage: February 26, 2000, Las Vegas, Nevada

iii. WILLIAM ARTHUR HEFNER IV, b. June 20, 1969, Victoria, Texas.

13. CYNTHIA ELOIS5 HEFNER (OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born June 17, 1947 in Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas. She married THOMAS GLEN BARNHILL March 21, 1970 in Garwood, Colorado County, Texas. He was born July 21, 1947 in Houston, Harris County, Texas.

More About THOMAS BARNHILL and CYNTHIA HEFNER:

Marriage: March 21, 1970, Garwood, Colorado County, Texas

Children of CYNTHIA HEFNER and THOMAS BARNHILL are:

i. THOMAS GLEN6 BARNHILL, b. January 28, 1974, Alvin, Texas; m. ANGELA KAREN KUBENA, August 12, 2000, College Station, Texas; b. November 01, 1975, Starkville, Mississippi.

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Marriage: August 12, 2000, College Station, Texas

ii. TERRY DEAN BARNHILL, b. February 07, 1977.

14. MARILYN ESTELLE5 HEFNER (OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born June 03, 1954 in Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas. She married ROGER WARREN PRICE June 12, 1976 in Garwood, Texas. He was born August 29, 1950 in Greenville, Texas.

More About ROGER PRICE and MARILYN HEFNER:

Marriage: June 12, 1976, Garwood, Texas

Children of MARILYN HEFNER and ROGER PRICE are:

i. ROGER ANDREW6 PRICE, b. October 02, 1984, Longview, Texas.

ii. WARREN ADAM PRICE, b. January 26, 1982, Longview, Texas.

iii. WHITNEY ARIN PRICE, b. March 22, 1980, San Antonio, Texas.

15. MICHAEL WAYNE5 STALLMAN (NED WILLIAM4, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born June 13, 1951 in Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. He married PATRICIA JEAN TADE April 12, 1978 in St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Houston, Harris County, Texas, daughter of HERMAN TADE and HELEN STOCKING. She was born December 02, 1953 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri.

More About MICHAEL WAYNE STALLMAN:

Christening: June 24, 1951, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Columbus, Texas

Degree: 1973, Industrial Technology Texas A&M University

More About PATRICIA JEAN TADE:

Christening: November 28, 1954, Bonner Springs, Kansas

More About MICHAEL STALLMAN and PATRICIA TADE:

Marriage: April 12, 1978, St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Houston, Harris County, Texas

Children of MICHAEL STALLMAN and PATRICIA TADE are:

i. ADAM WILLIAM6 STALLMAN, b. January 01, 1982, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

ii. DAVID HERMAN STALLMAN, b. February 10, 1983, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

16. PATRICIA MARIE5 STALLMAN (NED WILLIAM4, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born February 21, 1963 in Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. She married BEN CHRISTEN June 16, 1984 in Weimar, Colorado County, Texas, son of MILROY CHRISTEN and BILLIE KONECNY. He was born November 13, 1956 in Weimar, Colorado County, Texas.

More About PATRICIA MARIE STALLMAN:

Christening: March 03, 1963, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Columbus, Texas

More About BEN CHRISTEN and PATRICIA STALLMAN:

Marriage: June 16, 1984, Weimar, Colorado County, Texas

Children of PATRICIA STALLMAN and BEN CHRISTEN are:

i. CORY6 CHRISTEN, b. October 12, 1988, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas.

ii. KATIE SUE CHRISTEN, b. April 20, 1999, Eagle Lake, Colorado County, Texas.

17. EDRIE ELIZABETH5 FLOWERS (EDRIE ELANOR4 STALLMAN, HENRY ADOLPH EDWARD3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born March 14, 1943. She married CHARLES BIERSCHWALE.

Child of EDRIE FLOWERS and CHARLES BIERSCHWALE is:

i. CHARLES LANE6 BIERSCHWALE, b. April 04, 1965.

Generation No. 6

18. MICHAELANNE6 HEFNER (WILLIAM ARTHUR5, OLGA MAE4 STALLMAN, WILHELM AUGUST HERMAN LUDWIG3, GEORGE F.2, JURGEN1) was born October 17, 1963 in Victoria, Texas. She married CHARLES RUSSELL TREFNY June 18, 1988 in Garwood, Colorado County, Texas. He was born February 12, 1957 in Weimar, Colorado County, Texas.

More About CHARLES TREFNY and MICHAELANNE HEFNER:

Marriage: June 18, 1988, Garwood, Colorado County, Texas

Child of MICHAELANNE HEFNER and CHARLES TREFNY is:

i. JESSYE ELIZABETH7 TREFNY, b. August 17, 1998.