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41. John R. Krost [scrapbook] 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 20 Nov 1870 in South of Trenton, Illinois. He died 15 May 1958 in Christian Nursing Home, Homer, Illinois.

1880 Census, Wheatfield, Clinton Co., Illinois, page 428a (have copy) - John Krost, age 9, son, single, attended school within the last year, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 244a (have copy) - John Krost Jr., head, born Nov 1870, age 30, married for 5 years, born in Illinois, farmer, can read and write, renting farm.
1910 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton  Co., Illinois, page 174b (have copy) - J. R. Krost, head, age 39, married once for 15 years, born in Illinois, salesman, machine co., can read and write, owns home with no mortgage.
1920 Census, Anna Twp., Fayette Co., Illinois, page 07a (have copy) - John R. Krost, (the rest of the census page is unreadable).
1930 Census, Avena Twp., Fayette Co., Illinois, page 21b (have copy) - John R. Krost, owns house, lives on a farm, age 59, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, farmer.

John married 1 Rosa Just 1 on 3 Apr 1895 in Clinton County, Illiinois. Rosa was born 31 Mar 1872. She died 6 May 1952.

1900 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 244a (have copy) - Rosa Krost, wife, born Mar 1872, age 28, married for 5 years, had three children, all living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1910 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton  Co., Illinois, page 174b (have copy) - Rosa Krost, wife, age 38, married once for 15 years, had five children, four living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census Anna Twp., Fayette Co., Illinois, page 07a (have copy) - Rosa Krost, (the rest of the census page is unreadable).
1930 Census Avena Twp., Fayette Co., Illinois, page 21b (have copy) - Rosa Krost, age 58, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.

They had the following children:

  94 F i Elvira Pearl Krost 1 was born 24 Jul 1897. She died 8 Sep 1992 in Decatur, Macon, Illinois.

1900 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 244a (have copy) - Elora Perl (spelling on census) Krost, daughter, born Jul 1897, age 2, single, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton  Co., Illinois, page 174b (have copy) - Pearl E. Krost, daughter, age 13, single, born in Illinois, attended school withhin the last year.
1920 Census, Anderson Twp., Madison Co., Indiana, page 57b (have copy) - Pearl E. Krost, age 23, single, can read and write, born in Illinois, worker, Gospel Trumpet Old Peoples Home.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name: Pearl Aughinbaugh
 Birth Date: 24 Jul 1896  
 Death Date: 8 Sep 1992
 Last Residence: Decatur, Macon, Illinois
 Issued SSN: Illinois (1955 ) 320-32-9723
        Elvira married 1 William Henry Aughinbaugh [scrapbook] 1. William was born 28 May 1892 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He died 1948.
  95 M ii Rupert William Krost 1 was born Oct 1898. He died 1901.

1900 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 244a (have copy) - Rupert William Krost, son, born Oct 1898, age 1, single, born in Illinois.
+ 96 F iii Dorothy Barbara Krost was born 31 Oct 1899 and died Sep 1977.
+ 97 F iv Living
+ 98 M v Gilbert Samuel Krost was born 24 Dec 1906 and died 30 May 1994.
+ 99 F vi Rosetta Alda Krost was born 21 Oct 1910 and died 26 Dec 2004.

44. Phillip Henry Krost [scrapbook] 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 11 Apr 1874 in Clinton County, Illinois. He died 2 Dec 1961 in Payette, Idaho and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Idaho.

1880 Census, Wheatfield, Clinton Co., Illinois, page 428a (have copy) - Philip Krost, age 6, son, single, attended school within the last year, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, North Payette Precinct, Canyon County, Idaho, page 187a (have copy) - Philip H. Krost, head, age 36, married once for four years, born in Illinois, farm laborer, working out, can read and write, renting a house.
1920 Census, Payette, Payette Co., Idaho, page 147a (have copy) - Philip Krost, head, renting, age 45, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, (cannot read occupation).
1930 Census, Applegate Precinct, Malheur County, Oregon, page 136a (have copy) - Phillip H. Korst (spelling on census), head, renting, living on farm, age 56, married at age 31, can read and write, born in Illinois, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Germany, farmer, farming.

Database: WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Krost, Phillip Henry
  Birth Date: 11 Apr 1874 Ethnicity: W
  Birth Place:  City/County: Payette
  State: ID

Database: Idaho Marriages, 1842-1996
Name:    Philip H. Krost
Gender:    Male  
Spouse:    Sarah M. Williams  
Spouse gender:    Female  
Marriage date:    Mar 24, 1906  
Marriage location:    Payette, Payette Co., Idaho  
Source:    This record can be found in the marriage book at the County Courthouse located in Canyon Co., ID in Volume 3 on Page 240.

Phillip married 1 Sarah Mahala Williams 1 on 24 Mar 1906 in Payette, Payette Co., Idaho. Sarah was born 1888 in Ohio. She died 1963 and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Idaho.

1910 Census, North Payette Precinct, Canyon County, Idaho, page 187a (have copy) - Sadie M. Krost, wife, age 25, married once for four years, had one child, child still living, born in Ohio, can read and write.
1920 Census, Payette, Payette Co., Idaho, page 147a (have copy) - Sadie Krost, wife, age 35, married, can read and write, born in Ohio.
1930 Census, Applegate Precinct, Malheur County, Oregon, page 136a (have copy) - Sadie M. Korst (spelling on census), wife, age 45, married at age 21, can read and write, born in Ohio, father born in West Virginia, mother born in Ohio.

Database: Idaho Marriages, 1842-1996
Name:    Philip H. Krost
Gender:    Male  
Spouse:    Sarah M. Williams  
Spouse gender:    Female  
Marriage date:    Mar 24, 1906  
Marriage location:    Payette, Payette Co., Idaho  
Source:    This record can be found in the marriage book at the County Courthouse located in Canyon Co., ID in Volume 3 on Page 240.

They had the following children:

  100 M i David John Krost 1 was born 29 Nov 1907 in Idaho. He died 21 Aug 1990 in Cheboygan, Cheboygan, Michigan.

1910 Census, North Payette Precinct, Canyon County, Idaho, page 187b (have copy) - David J. Krost, son, age 2, single, born in Idaho.
1920 Census, Payette, Payette Co., Idaho, page 147a (have copy) - David Krost, son, age 12, single, attended school within the last year, can read and write, born in Idaho, father born in Illinois, mother born in Ohio.
1930 Census, Applegate Precinct, Malheur County, Oregon, page 136a (have copy) - David J. Korst (spelling on census), son, age 22, single, can read and write, born in Idaho, father born in Illinois, mother born in Ohio, laborer, farm.

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: David Krost
Birth Year: 1907  
Race: White, citizen (White)  
Nativity State or Country: Idaho  
State: Ohio  
County or City: Lucas  
Enlistment Date: 21 Aug 1943
Enlistment State: Ohio  
Enlistment City: Toledo  
Branch: No branch assignment  
Branch Code: No branch assignment  
Grade: Private  
Grade Code: Private  
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law  
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)  
Source: Civil Life  
Education: 3 years of college  
Civil Occupation: Teacher  
Marital Status: Single, without dependents  
Height: 00  
Weight: 000  

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    David J. Krost
SSN:    302-03-1764  
Born:    29 Nov 1907
Died:    21 Aug 1990
State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )

Database: Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996
Name:    David J KROST
Birth Date:    29 November 1907
Death Date:    21 August 1990
Gender:    Male  
Residence:    Cheboygan, Cheboygan, Michigan
        David married Kathryn Rose (Unkle) Snyder. Kathryn was born 9 Dec 1913. She died 11 Jun 2000 in Cheboygan, Cheboygan, Michigan.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Kathryn R. Krost
SSN:    274-16-4889  
Last Residence:    49721  Cheboygan, Cheboygan, Michigan, United States of America
Born:    9 Dec 1913
Died:    11 Jun 2000
State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )
+ 101 F ii Dorothy Jean Krost was born 1924 and died 1966.

45. Lillia Susan Krost 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 19 Feb 1876 in Southeast of Trenton, Clinton County, Illinois. She died 4 Oct 1954.

1880 Census, Wheatfield, Clinton Co., Illinois, page 428a (have copy) - Lillie Krost, age 4, daughter, single, at home, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, Shattuc Village, Meridian Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 174a (have copy) - Lillie Muench, wife, age 34, married once for eight years, had two children, both still living, born in Illinois, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Germany, can read and write.
1920 Census, Meridian Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 166b (have copy) - Lillie Muench, head, owns residence free and clear, age 42, widow, can read and write, born in Illinois, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Germany.
1930 Census, Shattuc, Meridian Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 177a (have copy) - Lillie Muench, head, owns residence valued at $1000, age 54, widow, can read and write, born in Illinois, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Germany, nurse.

Lillia married 1 Lewis Henry Muench 1 on 26 Dec 1901. Lewis was born 1868. He died 1917.

1910 Census, Shattuc Village, Meridian Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 174a (have copy) - Louis Muench, head, age 42, married once for eight years, born in Illinois, father and mother born in Germany, section hand, railroad, can read and write, owns home free and clear.

They had the following children:

+ 102 M i Frantz Joseph Muench was born 24 Oct 1903 and died Dec 1978.
+ 103 M ii Henry Louis Muench was born 10 Apr 1905 and died Mar 1986.

48. Ernest F. Krost [scrapbook] 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 28 Jun 1882. He died 7 Feb 1973 in Collinsville, Madison, Illinois.

1900 Census Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 248b (have copy) - Earnest Krost, son, born June 1882, age 17, single, born in Illinois, farmer, attended school within the last year, can read and write.
1920 Census, Granite City, Madison County, Illinois, page 171b (have copy) - E. F. Krost, head, ownes mortgaged home, age 37, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, agent, insurance.
1930 Census, Alhambra Village, Alhambra Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 1a (have copy) - Earnest F. Krost, head, renting for $10 a month, age 47, married at 28 years old, can read and write, born in Illinois, teacher, school.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name: Ernest Krost
SSN: 351-16-6117  
Last Residence: 62234  Collinsville, Madison, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 28 Jun 1882
Died: Feb 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951 )

Ernest married Mary Maude Jane Harris. Mary was born 1888 in Illinois. She died 1961.

1920 Census, Granite City, Madison County, Illinois, page 171b (have copy) - Maud Krost, wife, age 31, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Alhambra Village, Alhambra Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 1a (have copy) - Maud Krost, age 41, married at age 22 years, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Ernest and Mary had the following children:

+ 104 F i Ruth Maurine Krost was born 29 Aug 1911 and died Nov 1996.
+ 105 F ii Living
+ 106 F iii Elizabeth Leonore Krost was born 15 Dec 1913 and died 1 Apr 1997.
+ 107 M iv Living

49. Regina Krost 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 7 Sep 1884 in Wheatfield, Clinton County, Illinois. She died 5 Dec 1951 in Meridian Township, Clinton County, Illinois.

1900 Census Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 248b (have copy) - Regina Krost, daughter, born September 1884, age 15, single, born in Illinois, attended schools in the last year, can read and write.

Regina married 1 Clinton Ebert LeMarr 1 on 27 May 1918 in Clinton County, Illiinois. Clinton was born 28 Aug 1892. He died Oct 1974 in Shattuc, Clinton, Illinois.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Clinton Lemarr
SSN:    341-12-4027  
Last Residence:    62283  Shattuc, Clinton, Illinois, United States of America
Born:    28 Aug 1892
Died:    Oct 1974
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (Before 1951 )

They had the following children:

+ 108 M i Oscar Elmer LeMarr was born 21 Nov 1920 and died Jan 1987.

50. Esther Krost 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 30 Sep 1887 in Ferrin, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County Illiinois. She died 4 Jan 1967 in Bloomington, Monroe Co., Indiana and was buried 7 Jan 1967 in Trenton, Illinois Cemetery.

My Notes
1900 Census, Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 248b (have copy) - Esther Krost, born Sept 1887, age 12, daughter, single, born in Illinois.
1920 Census, Hobart Twp., Lake Co., Indiana, page 129a (have copy) - Esther Thomas, age 32, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Bloomington, Bloomington Twp., Monroe Co., Indiana, page 36b, (have copy) - Esther Thomas, age 42, married at 27, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Lake County Indiana Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920 Inclusive Volume VII Letters O - R Inclusive
W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Crown Point Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939
County: Lake
Name: Ester Rrost
Spouse: Harry B. Thomas
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1915
Date: 31 Aug 1915
Book: 2
Original Source Page: 51

Esther Krost Thomas's Notes
Whenever the Christian names are known they will be given as spelled. The German spelling, of the Christian names given to the Ernst Rasch descendants, mostly was used through the second and third generation. Later however, that spelling frequently was changed by the individuals. Thus: "Luise" may have become "Louisa", "Louise", or "Lisette." "Maria" may have become "Marie" or "Mary". "Wilhelm became "William", "Will", "Willie", "Bill" or "Billy",. "Friedrich" became "Fritz", "Frederick", or "Fred." "Heinrich" became "Henry", "Harry", "Hal", or "Hen".
Also it has been found that some names are spelled more than one way in German. As an example Christiane is also spelled "Christine" and Christeana".
When possible the name given at baptism is used at least once  and later the name by which the individual was known or preferred.
It may be well to mention another change, which it was necessary to make. American typewriters are not equipped with an "Umlaut." In German the umlauted vowels are a, o, and u, and as customarily done when an umlauted vowel appeared it was written ae, oe, and ue.
March 15, 1960
Yes, I knew my Grandfather. I saw him only one time and that was when I was almost five years old. So I knew him better from what I heard others say, than from my contact with him personally. He must have been a very fine person, for he was always spoken of with a feeling akin to reverence. For many days there had been talk in our home, about going to Beaver Prairie, an annual trip, where Grandfather lived with his oldest daughter and her family. Their farm home was located about ten miles north, north-west of Carlyle, Clinton county, Illinois, while my parents lived about one and one-half miles north of Ferrin, which is located in Meridian township, also in Clinton county. The distance between the two homes was about 18 miles. How well I remember the preparations which were made for that much talked about trip. We were a large family and Mother felt she needed to bake enough bread and coffee-cake for the family before we could go, since we had only an old fashioned cellar such as were used before the coming of rural electrification and refrigeration, not much other food could be prepared in advance, but my oldest sister, Lillie, then sixteen, felt she could do all the necessary work, and take care of four younger brothers and sisters, while Mother and Father were away. It always grieved Mother that her children did not have the opportunity to see and become better acquainted with her relatives and Father's. Traveling was not easy during the latter part of the nineteenth century, for perhaps no where else did the unimproved roads become muddier in fall, winter, and spring nor dustier during the summer than in the south central part of Illinois. Even with the heat and dust, summer was perhaps the best time to plan on making such a trip. Mother decided one of the children should go along, and I was the one chosen to go. Lillie had made two new red dresses for me, and I was very proud of them, and the  afternoon before we were to start she washed my long, thick, blond, curly hair. Everything necessary had been done the evening before going to bed, for we knew it would benecessary to start early, even before day light, the next morning. There was no alarm clock in our home, and none was needed, for Father always knew, when necessary, he would hear the clock strike before daybreak. We ate breakfast by the light of a kerosene lamp, and during that time two of the boys hitched old Sal to our only vehicle other than the farm wagon, which was a road cart. A cart was a two-wheel vehicle,with one unpadded seat. Some of the carts boasted a low uncomfortable back-rest but ours had only a narrow boarder, 4 inches, around three sides of the seat to prevent the padding which may have been a blanket, or possibly a sheep pelt from slipping off, while in use. There was also a slat foot-rack built almost in the shape of a half-moon, which was open at. both ends. The seat was rather narrow, just wide enough for Mother and Father, and a small wooden box had been placed in the cart, in front of the seat on the foot-rack for me. By the time we were ready to start, the song-birds had begun to sing; the entire family was awake and had come out to tell us good-bye. Our watchdog, sensing something unusual joined the group as also did the cats and a few early-rising chickens. Affectionate good-byes were said and we were off. A heavy dew had partly settled the dust and old Sal trotted right along. Not many miles had been covered until the sun came up and Father remarked that it would be another hot day. Although frequently shifting my position, it still was rather tiresome sitting on the small wooden box  between my parents feet. Mother would try to ease the position for me by having me sit on her lap for short periods of time , making it rather difficult for her, since it was only perhaps six  weeks or two months later that she gave birth to her eleventh child! As the day wore on it, became dustier and hotter and Mother and I were wearing freshly starched bonnets, which in a way kept the dust, which billowed up between the slats in the foot-rack and all around the cart, from our hair. But my pretty red dress, I lamented, now they would not see it nice and clean and new. But for me the heat and the dust and the soiled dress were not the big problem. The way the carts were made, horses were hitched rather near the foot-rack. As the day wore on, flies began to bother the horse, and she did what horses are wont to do even in the 20th century, switched her tail to prevent the flies from biting her. Being very near the horse her switching prevented flies from even landing on me. Only children who grew up on the farm may know how the switching of a horses tail can smart. I tried to hold the tail, but gradually my muscles would relax and the switching would begin anew. Once I became so angry that I bit Sal's tail, which she seemed not to mind at all. We stopped for a drink and a bite to eat in Carlyle, the county seat. In mid afternoon we arrived at the Sohn home. There was no rural delivery of mail at that time, and many times farmers in the out-lying districts did not get their mail but two or three times a month, if the roads were useable, and then often through the kindness of neighbors, who brought the mail for everyone in the neighborhood, when they made their rare trip to. town. So for the above reasons they did not know we were coming. Never can I remember of more joy, pleasure and deep, sincere affection shown over the arrival of guests, then was shown at our arrival by every member of the Sohn household, which as before stated included Grandfather Ernst Rasch. After many hugs and kisses and tears of joy we all went into the one room of the farm house which served as the kitchen, dining-room and living-room. Quickly a lunch was put upon the table, which was not only done because of our coming, but also because it was customary to eat lunch between breakfast and dinner and dinner and supper. Lunch usually consisted of home-made bread, coffee-cake, fresh butter, a sweet spread, hand-cheese and coffee. The writer does not recall ever seeing hand-cheese in any but homes where the inmates were German or of German descent. A cheese similar to cottage cheese, but not as moist, was formed into balls about the size of  a hens egg, and put on a board to dry, being carefully covered with elevated mosquito netting. After the balls of cheese were rather well dried clear through they were put into a tall gallon crock and covered with a plate,or some other tight cover, and set into the cellar to ripen. Being the only child in this group of adults, it was not unusual for me to be temporally forgotten. I was sitting on a not-to-soft a chair and so bashful that I even did not feel free to move, legs and arms and hands when to have done so would have been a comfort. Among some of the things Grandfather still did was to feed the chickens evenings. He went out of doors and brought in a pail full of ears of corn. In order to be able to continue talking while he shelled them he brought them into the kitchen. He soon noticed the little bashful child sitting there so still and quiet. Before he began to shell the corn he said: Esther if you would come and help me, I would not have so much work to do. As we shelled the corn he began to talk to me, and very soon began to admire my pretty red dress. To that I replied: "Yes Grandpa I do not only have one pretty red dress, but I have two". With that I picked up the skirt of the dress he had seen and showed him the skirt of the second red dress which I was wearing underneath. He thought it equally as pretty and also thought it a good idea for me to wear both the dresses so that the second one would not fall out of the cart and be lost on the way. From that time on we were not only acquainted but good friends. By some magic Grandfather had changed a very bashful child into a confident young lady. It was during this visit in the Sohn home that the writer stood beside her Grandfather and watched him weave a basket out of willow twigs which he had cut from trees growing along the banks of Beaver Creek near the Sohn home. Even though the infirmities of old age made it impossible for him to do other manual work his skillful hands were nearly always busy. He spoke to me of the pleasure it had given him to make a basket for each of his 10 living granddaughters who already had come to see him, and because he knew some day I too, would visit him, he had started to make one for me and would now complete it so that I might take it home with me. He stood by and watched as the basket was securely tied to the cart as we were about ready to start on the return trip, in order that itwould not be lost. Could he but have known that forty years later his great granddaughter - the writer's youngest daughter - would fill that same willow basket with beautifully colored Easter eggs to take from her home in Indiana on a visit to Illinois and give one Easter egg to each of the many relatives she visited. Still in a perfect  condition, that basket is treasured, not only by the writer, but by all of her descendants.

Esther married 1 Harry Benjamin Thomas 1 on 31 Aug 1915 in Lake Co., Indiana. Harry was born 14 Nov 1885 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. He died 10 Mar 1940 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana and was buried in Trenton, Illinois Cemetery.

1920 Census Hobart Twp., Lake Co., Indiana, page 129a (have copy) Harry B. Thomas, age 34, can read and write, born in Pennsylvania.
1930 Census Bloomington, Bloomington Twp., Monroe Co., Indiana, page 36b, (have copy) - Harry B. Thomas, age 44, married at 29, can read and write, born in Pennsylvania, Doctor - Med, has own office.

Lake County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920 Inclusive Volume IX Letters T to Z Inclusive Including Appendix
W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Crown Point Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939
County: Lake
Name: Harry B. Thomas
Spouse: Ester Rrost
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1915
Date: 31 Aug 1915
Book: Z
Original Source Page: 51

They had the following children:

+ 109 F i Dorothea Olive Thomas R.N. was born 30 Nov 1916 and died 27 Jul 2002.
+ 110 F ii Anna Esther Thomas was born 1 Sep 1920 and died 1974.
+ 111 F iii Living

51. Oscar Belvedere Krost [scrapbook] 1 (Dorothea Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 17/18 Oct 1892. He died 19 Oct 1969/1970 in Conroe, Texas.

1900 Census Meridian Twp., Clinton Co., Illinois, page 248b (have copy) - Oscar Krost, son, born October 1892, age 7, single, born in Illinois.

The Prairie Farmers Reliable Directory Of Farmers And Breeders' 1920: Washington And Clinton County Illinois indicates that O.B. Krost and wife Fannie Mae House are living on a farm named Prarie Acres with his father and mother, John and Dorothy Krost.  Farm is 175 acres and is in the name of John Krost.

Social Security Death Index Record
Name: O. Krost
SSN: 414-22-3839  
Last Residence: 77301  Conroe, Montgomery, Texas, United States of America
Born: 17 Oct 1892
Died: Oct 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

Oscar married Living

They had the following children:

+ 112 M i Oscar Warren Krost died 26 Feb 2006.

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