Charles and Sarah Cline

July 1, 2009 at 8:00 am (Cline Roots) (, , , )

Charles and Sarah Ellen (Groblebe) Cline by you.

Charles and Sarah Cline

This is Charles Cline and Sarah Ellen Groblebe on their wedding day.

Sarah Ellen Groblebe, born on 14 May 1891 in Eureka Springs, Carrol Co., Arkansas. Sarah Ellen died in Salem, Oregon. on 28 Aug 1992, she was 101. Buried in Gates, Oregon. Education: 5th, Also Taught By Her Father.   

On 8 Jun 1914 when Sarah Ellen was 23, she first married Charles Cline, son of Jobe or Job Cline & Cynthia Julia Amelia Casto, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Born on 24 Jan 1884 in Lincoln Co. Kansas. Charles died in Mill City, Linn County, Oregon. on 3 Oct 1922, he was 38.

They had the following children:

Charles Leon Cline
b. February 20, 1916 (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)
d. still living in Oregon

Cynthia Marie Cline
b. February 17, 1919 (Oregon)
d. July 24, 2011 (Stayton, Oregon)

Paul Louis “Bud” Cline
b. December 1, 1921 (Oregon)
d. might still be living in Oregon

On 16 Feb 1924 when Sarah Ellen was 32, she second married Tilmon “Til” Rains in Albany, Oregon. Born on 9 Jan 1877 in Silverton, Oregon. Tilmon “Til” died in Gates, Oregon. on 11 Feb 1960, he was 83.

They had one child:

Tilman Rains
b. October 16, 1927 (Gates, Oregon)

 

 

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Charles and Charlotte Groblebe

June 29, 2009 at 12:44 pm (Cline Roots) (, , , , )

Charles and Charlotte would be Joe’s great, great grandparents…

Generations … 1st :: Charles Groblebe, 2nd :: Sarah Groblebe (Cline), 3rd :: C. Marie Cline (Toepfer), 4th :: Elvina Toepfer (Johnson), 5th :: Joseph Johnson (hubby), 6th :: my kids; Jared, Josh, Alicia, and Amanda.

Charles Isaac Groblebe by you.

Charles Isaac Groblebe

Charles Issac Groblebe
Born: March 1844 in Germany
Died: 1933 in Eureka, Arkansas

Charles was born in March, 1844, in Germany, from which country he emigrated to the United States in his youth and settled in St. Louis. He served in a Missouri regiment in the Confederate army during the Civil war. After the war he went to Arkansas and engaged in the lumber business at Eureka Springs, and became a well known lumberman throughout northwestern Arkansas.

Oral legend has it that “Groblebe” is actually the origional name spelled backwards. A member of the family is said to have shamed the family name, so the rest of the family used the name backwards to avoid the association. “Ebleborg” or something along those lines may have been the original name, or a place in germany where Charles came from.

Charlotte was Charles’ 2nd (possbly 3rd) wife…

His first wife was Mary J. (Mitchell) Groblebe

b. August 24, 1850
d. September 12, 1883

Their children:

George William Groblebe
b. April 4, 1870
d. February 15, 1953

Earl Franklin Groblebe
b. July 7, 1877
d. June 17, 1960

Charles Isaac Groblebe II
b. October 2, 1879
d. April 10, 1966

Henry Edward Groblebe
b. August 6, 1881
d. April 21, 1963

Acording to one site I found when I googled Charles Groblebe, he married another Mitchell girl named Rose Mitchell, and had four children; Della, Bill, Dan, and Mae… But this hasn’t been confirmed by anything else… BUT… I found somewhere that Charles and Charlotte were married in 1883, which is the same year that Mary died, so he couldn’t have married someone else… Don’t know…

Charlotte Ann (Sectes) Groblebe by you.

Charlotte Ann (Scates) Groblebe

Charlotte Ann Scates
b. 1866 in Arkansas
d. 1928 in Eureka, Arkansas

Daughter of William and Sarah Scates.

They had one daughter:

Sarah Ellen Groblebe
b. May 14, 1891
d. August 28, 1992

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