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  1. Elaine Christine Goblirsch: Birth: 26 JUL 1915 in Cobden, Minnesota. Death: 26 JUN 2001 in Superior, Douglas Co., Wisconsin, USA

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  Andrew Joseph Goblirsch was born on March 5, 1881 in Lafayette Township, Nicollet County, Minnesota. His parents were Johann Goblirsch and Elizabeth Büchl. On June 7, 1904 at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Wabasso, Redwood County, Minnesota, Andrew married Suzanna Welter, daughter of Peter Welter and Louise Schneller. Suzanna Welter was born August 4, 1883 in Sleepy Eye, Brown County, Minnesota. Before his marriage, Andrew spent two years at the Mankato Normal School. Andrew worked in a general store in Lafayette for two years, then spent three years in Wabasso, Minnesota. He spent four years in North Dakota as assistant cashier in a number of banks. He then engaged in the grocery business one year in Morgan before becoming cashier of the State Bank of Cobden. Children Edmund Conrad Goblirsch William Peter Goblirsch Marguerite Annette Goblirsch Evelyn Louise Goblirsch Elaine Christine Goblirsch
  Death Andrew died September 5, 1954 and was buried in Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota. Suzanna died May 24, 1952 and was buried in Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Little Falls, Morrison County, Minnesota.
  Obituary Little Falls Daily Transcript Tuesday, September 7, 1954 Goblirsch Rites Monsignor T. Leo Keaveny officiated at funeral rites for Andrew J. Goblirsch Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Mary's church and interment was in Calvary cemetery.
  Pallbearers were nephews of the deceased, E. H. and M. J. Goblirsch, Minneapolis; Louis Goblirsch, Wabasso; A. A. Allex, Swanville, and Harold and Melvin Welter, Morgan.
  Relatives from away were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rawn, Superior, Wis.; Mrs. Anthony Goblirsch, Mr. And Mrs. John Goblirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goblirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Al Martinka and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, all of New Ulm; Mr. And Mrs. George Goblirsch and sons Quentin and Louis Goblirsch, Wabasso; Dr. George Goblirsch, Wayne, Neb.; Matt J. Goblirsch and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Goblirsch, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. William McGrann, Owatonna; Mr. and Mrs. John Welter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Welter and Melvin Welter, Morgan; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hirmer, Redwood Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Podlasek and Mrs. R. F. Schmidt, St. Cloud; Mrs. Ann Fruhwirth, Gaylord; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zwilling and Patricia and Mr. and Mrs. A. A . Allex, Deloris and Sharon, Swanville.
  Biography History of Brown County, Minnesota, pages 423-424 ANDREW J. GOBLIRSCH One of the well-known men in financial circles in Brown county is Andrew J. Goblirsch, of the State Bank of Cobden, Minnesota. He was born in Lafayette, Nicollet county, this state, March 5, 1881, and is the son of John and Elizabeth Goblirsch, both natives of Austria, in which country the father grew to manhood, was educated and remained until he was thirty-five years of age when he immigrated to the United States, taking up a homestead in Lafayette township, Nicollet county, Minnesota. By hard persistent labor he developed a good farm from the virgin prairie and there spent the rest of his life, dying in 1908. His family consisted of ten children, namely: Adam, George, John, Mike, Joe, Frank, Charles, Anton, Andrew J. and Katherine. The subject of this review grew up on the homestead where he worked when a boy, and he received his education in the public schools of this community in Nicollet county, but upon leaving school at the age of eighteen, he went to Mankato, spending two years as a student in the normal college there, and then began working in a general store in Lafayette, remaining there two years, after which he took an interest in a mercantile business in Wabasso, Minnesota, where he remained about three years then went to Leonard , North Dakota, and was assistant cashier of the First State Bank of that place for three years. From there he went Grace City, that state, where he became assistant cashier in the Farmers and Mechanics Bank and remained in this position one year, after which he went to Morgan, Minnesota, and engaged in the grocery business one year, then became cashier of the State Bank of Cobden, where he has since remained. This bank has a capital of about ten thousand dollars, two thousand dollars surplus and about eighty-five thousand dollars assets. Mr. Goblirsch has done much toward its steady growth. Mr. Goblirsch was married in 1904 to Susa M. Welter, a daughter of Peter and Louise Welter. Her father was born in Luxemburg, Germany, and the mother was a native of Wisconsin. Mrs. Goblirsch was born in Sleepy Eye. Nine children, two sons and seven daughters, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Welter. To subject and wife four children have been born, namely: Edmund, Marguerite, Evelyn and Elaine. Politically he is a Democrat. He is a member of the knights of Columbus Lodge at New Ulm, and the Catholic Church at Sleepy Eye.
  #823, Biography of Andrew J. Goblirsch, Given by himself Recorded by John Schmolke for The Morrison County Historical Society August, 1937 =========================================================


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