St. Gertrude's Parish: Raleigh, North Dakota: Golden
Jubilee: 1913 - 1963
St. Gertrude's Golden Jubilee Committee, Raleigh, North Dakota,
100 pages, 1963, softcover.
The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide
this valuable North Dakota 50th year golden jubilee publication
of St. Gertrude's Catholic Church and Parish at Raleigh, Grant County,
south-central North Dakota.
The book includes many historical photographs; a history of St.
Gertrude's Parish; Saint Gertrude's High School; the religious of
St. Gertrude's Parish; military; and a brief history of the Leahy
The "Old Timers" and present of St. Gertrude's Parish
covers pages 12 to 32 and page 50 to 66 including these Germans
from Russia family names: Bachmeier, Blotsky, Braun, Deichert, Dillman,
Dirk, Dressler, Erker, Fergel, Grosz, Hersch, Ihli, Leintz, Loeb,
Koch, Koenig, Kopp, Kuntz, Leintz, Loeb, Miller, Nagel, Paul, Rausch,
Riehl, Roll, Schafbauer, Schafer, Sehn, Seiler, Ternes, Tishmack,
Volk, Wagner, Wingenbach, and Zins.
The History of St. Gabriel's Mission on pages 33 to 38 including
these families: Bachmeier, Harsch, Kahl, Klein, Koch, Kraft, and
Tishmack. The History of St. Vincent's Mission appears on pages
39 to including families: Erker, Gross, Hintz, Kuntz, Ruschinsky,
Schaff, Vetter, and Wingenbach.
Father Bernard Strassmeyer.
Communion class in front of St. Gabriel's
|Wedding group in
front of St. Gabriel's Church of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fergel. Left
to right: Mrs. Benedict Dirk, Henry Harsch, Dayo Loeb, Mrs.
John Gross, Mrs. Reinhold Tishmack, Anton Volk with the accordion,
Mrs. Frank Fergel, Ladslaus Bachmeier, - Best Man, Anton Bonogofsky,
Phillip Dressler, Mrs. Arsenius Volk, Mrs. Hary Deichter, Mrs.
Korbion Kahl and baby with Mrs. John Nagel.
||Group in front of
Albinus Hintz sodhouse when St. Vincent's Church celebrated
the 25 Diamond Jubilee of Father Amandus.