Obit: Subke, Ernest Marth (1888 - 1938)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Subke

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 June 1938

Subke, Ernest (? - 16 June 1938)

Fred Subke, of the town of Levis, received word Saturday that his brother, Ernest, passed away June 16th, at Portland, Ore. He formerly lived here about 31 years ago. Mr. Subke is survived by his wife.

1920 Federal Census, Marion, Oregon

Earnest Subke, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Norway

Household Members
Head: Earnest Subke M 32y (1888 -  Illinois)
Wife: Peare Subke F 27y Minnesota
Daughter: Dorothy Subke F 3y11m Oregon

1930 Federal Census, Portland (Districts 271-553), Multnomah, Oregon, enumeration district # 0340, family # 25, sheet number and letter: 1B, line # 80

Ernest M Subke, white married male
father's birthplace: Holland
mother's birthplace: Holland

Household Members
head Ernest M Subke M 42 (1888 - Illinois)
wife Pearl Subke F 39 Minnesota

1930 Federal Census, Levis, Clark, Wisconsin, enumeration district # 0021, family # 91, sheet number and letter: 5A, line # 12

(Parents of Ernest Subke)

John F Subke, white married male
immigration year: 1871
relationship to head of household: Father
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany

Household Members
father John F Subke M 77 (1853 Germany)
mother Christina J Subke F 76 Germany

Oregon Death Index

Ernest Subke
event: Death
event date: 16 Jun 1938
event place: Portland, Oregon
spouse: Pearl Subke
certificate # 1981

WWII Draft Registration, Benton County, Oregon, Reel # 2, Doc. #2142

Name: Subke, Ernest Marth

Birth: 1888

 

Immigration Papers,  McClean Co., Illinois

 

#1380 Subke, Fred Nat. Rec. Bk. A p. 297; 16th day of October 1878 Declaration of Intent; From Germany; #1381 Subke, Fred Nat. Rec. Bk. 44 p. 89, 16 October 1880 Final Order; From Germany

 

 

 


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