Remmick-Hubert Home Site - Hein Family Genealogy:  Ludwig Hein b. 1885 Borodino / Bessarabia  S. Russia  m. Christina Schweikert b. 1885 Borodino / Bessarabia, S. Russia.  Child #1:  Magdalena Hein m. G.G. Gaub.   Issue.

Last  Updated:  13 Aug 2015

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Child #1 of Ludwig and Christina, nee Schweikert, Hein

Magdalena Hein

Maggie  Magdalena  [Maggie] Hein b. 18 Jan 1906  Borodino / Bess. S. Russia d. 2 March  1987  Miles City/ MT,  USA and been living in Terry, MT, USA  m. 11 Feb 1926 Marsh,  Dawson Co., MT ,  USA to Gottlieb G. Gaub b. 22 Nov 1903 Glueckstal Od. S. Russia d. ___, son of Gottlieb Gaub and Margaretha Hohenecker. They lived near/in Terry, MT. 

Maggie and Gottlieb

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Excerpts taken from  Marsh, Montana, Remembering The Yesteryears 1910-1997:

p. 131:  "The oldest son, Gottlieb G. Gaub, or "G.G." as he is known, was born November 22, 1903 in Gluckstal, South Russia.  He worked for his father on the family form until World War I...."  There are several pages of G. G. Gaub and his family.

p. 162:  "I, " [Magdalena, nee Hein, Gaub, wife of G G. Gaub], "came to the United States with my parents, Ludwig and Christina Hein, in 1910 when I was four years old." Evidently this story was taken from "Wheels Across Montana Prairies". 

"I remember a few stories about my aunt Maggie," wrote Judy A. Remmick-Hubert.  "One I remember the most was the story about her passage on the Main from German to the USA.  The family traveled first class and the captain and the crew treated the four year old Maggie as though she were a princess."  The family did not land in New York, however, as she has indicated in several articles,  they landed in Philidelphia and from there they saw the Worlds Fair  in Chicago where they tasted their first ice cream and bananas. After seeing some of the US  they  traveled by train to Kulm, ND where Maggie's mother's family, the Schweikerts [changed to Schweigerts] had migrated earlier."

"When Maggie's parents moved to their ranch, Maggie and G. G. Gaub, remained on the Hein farm which was ten miles south of Marsh, MT....After the flood in 1929 they moved to G. G. Gaub's farm where they lived until 1950 when they moved to Terry, MT...." continued Judy A. Remmick-Hubert.

In the Memorial card of Maggie,  these words were written:  Magdalena Gaub, 81, of Terry, passed away March 2, 1987 at Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City of an apparent heart attack.

She was born Jan. 18, 1906, in Borodino, Bessarabia, Russia, the daughter of Ludwig and Christina Schweikert Hein...

Magdalena loved to bake for any community event and for the church.  She ejoyed knitting and crocheting. She loved having her family home at all times and wanted them to remember her for the love of her Lord..

"Survivors included...25 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren."

See Gaub  Famiily History 

Child #1
Melisena  Melisena Gaub m. Rudy Reidinger, son of Jarry Reidinger and Rosa Ehlis.

 See Melisena's Home Page

Child #2
Edward Edward Gaub m. Dolly M  Grainger - Pfiefle

See Edward Gaub's Home Page

Child #3
GaubErvin Gaub m. (1) Esther Horst; m. (2)Ada Lynch (Div.); and m. (3) Gladys Klein Ridenhower (Div.)

See Ervin Gaub's Home Page

Child #4
Ruth  Ruth Gaub b. 7 Oct 1932 family farm near Marsh, MT  d. 25 July 2015 m. Raymond Carlson d. 2 Nov 1976 Milies City, buried in Terry / Prarie Creek Cem., MT

Ruth Gaub's Home Page

Child #5
MarionMarion Gaub m. Loraine Anderson

Marion Gaub's Home Page

Child #6
EdithEdith Gaub m. Kenneth Rinker

Edith Gaub's Home Page

Child #7
DalyceDalyce Gaub m. Donald Record

Dalyce Gaub's Home Page

Child #8
J  Jeanette J. Gaub m. John Blakely

Jeannette Gaub Home Page

Child #9
M Miles E. Gaub m. Isabel , nee Grieve, Foster

Miles Gaub Home Page

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