Gertrude Fienhage Rennenger Prayer Card

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Gertrude Marie Fienhage Rennenger
May 10, 1887 - July 08, 1924

Gertrude Fienhage married John Jacob Rennenger on July 16, 1907 at St. Mary's Church in St. Benedict, Kansas. To this union were born eleven boys and four girls for a total of 15 children.
One of the boys was named "Francis" and he lived to be about 11 years old. Apparently, he had Spinal Meningitis at the age of 3 months and lived to the age of 9 or 11 years, as a 3 month old baby.
In addition, there were two sets of twins that died at birth, all boys. In total, six children died at birth or shortly thereafter.
Gertrude died of complications of child birth in July of 1924 when she was 37 years of age.

Family Tree:

John Jacob Rennenger b. July 28, 1878 Lacona, Iowa d.November 15, 1964 Seneca, Kansas
Gertrude Marie Fienhage b. May 10, 1887 St Benedict, Nemaha Co, Kansas d. July 08, 1924 Sabetha, Nemaha Co., Kansas
married: July 16, 1907 St Benedict, Nemaha Co, Kansas, St Mary's Church

Children of John and Gertrude:

Leo George Rennenger b. May 31, 1908
Francis Rennenger b. Abt. 1909
BoyA Rennenger b. Abt. 1911
BoyB Rennenger b. Abt. 1911
Albert J Rennenger b. February 12, 1912
BoyC Rennenger b. Abt. 1913
BoyD Rennenger b. Abt. 1913
Edward Henry Renenger b. February 27, 1915
Mathias Rennenger b. February 25, 1916
Leona Gertrude Rennenger b. January 13, 1917
Raymond Rennenger b. Abt. 1918
Laurina Marcella Rennenger b. August 14, 1919
Christina Bernadina Rennenger b. November 18, 1920
Cyril Rennenger b. Abt. 1922
Elsie Pauline Rennenger b. July 07, 1924

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