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Search for realtives in Joplin Area

Posted: 4 Mar 2013 11:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ehrhart
I am trying to find any relatives from my fathers family. They lived in the Joplin, Seneca, Newton Missouri area. His parents were Clause Eugene Ehrhart (B: 11 Dec 1893 – D: 30 Apr 1967) and Susie (Susan) Elizabeth (nee) Quick (B: 11 Jul 1889 – 11 Jul 1984). Their Children were:
Alma E. Ehrhart (B: abt 1914 - D: 9 Aug 2004)
Robert E Ehrhart (B: 17 Feb 1915 – D: 10 Apr 2002)
Clause Eugene Ehrhart (B: abt 1924 – D: ?)
Nathan Erby Ehrhart (B: 20 Feb 1921 – D: 20 Jul 2012) My Father
Frances E. Ehrhart (B: 1920 – D: ?)
Gerald E. Ehrhart (B: 1926 – D: ?)
This is what I know. I would appreciate any additional information regarding any children, grandchildren, etc. on any of my fathers brothers and sisters.

Re: Search for realtives in Joplin Area

Posted: 24 Jun 2013 8:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ehrhart
Hi,

1935 Newton County, Missouri
1940 Joplin, Jasper, MO
Claude E. Ehrhart, b. MO, 46, truck driver ice & fuel, education-8th grade
Elizabeth, wife, b. MO, 50, educ=high school 1 yr
Francis, b. MO, 21, diet girl hospital, educ-high school 4 yrs
Nathan E., b. MO, 19, night watchman CCC camp kitchen, educ=high school 2 yrs
Eugene, b. MO, 16
Eutharah, son, b. MO, 14
Andrew J. Quick, cousin, b. MO, 72, widower, educ=8th grade

Clause Ehrhart and Elizabeth divorced.
Source: 1948 Joplin newspaper

Clause E. Ehrhart [son]
Private U. S. Marine Corp, 26th Replacement Battalion, Care of Fleet Postmaster, San Francisco
Source: U. S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls

Clause Eugene Ehrhart [son]
PFC USMC wounded, WWII
Father: Clause Ehrhart, 2106 Connor Ave., Joplin
Source: World War II Navy, Marine Corps & Coast Guard Casualties

Susie Elizabeth Ehrhart divorced from Clause E. Ehrhart
Source: June 25, 1948, Joplin Globe

Frank Ehrhart
Born: 12 Jan 1919
Died: October 1981
Source: U. S. Social Security Death Index 1935-Current

Missouri doesn't publish a death index or provide on-line death records after 1962. ". . . vital records are not open to the general public and can only be obtained by the individual, guaridan or other legal party.", http://health.mo.gov/data/vitalrecords/.

However, most counties have historical or genealogical society who compile their own death index from obituaries and other records. If you don't have obituaries, I can provide help in where to search for them. Successful Searching!
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