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Dorothea DOBLER Strobel-274
Dorothea DOBLER-274
B. 5 May 1863
D. 22 Feb 1922
Turtle Lake, North Dakota


1. Emil STROBEL-292     B. 8 Dec 1888
2. Lydia STROBEL-293
3. Emil Emanuel STROBEL-294
4. Pauline STROBEL-295
5. Chris STROBEL-296
6. Marie STROBEL-297
7. G. Albert STROBEL-298
Burial Place:
Turtle Lake Cemetery

Located 1 mi W of Turtle Lake. North Dakota  Source
Other Strobels listed are:
      Strobel, Christian, 1863-1947
      Strobel, Dorothea, 1864-1922
      Strobel, Emil Emanuel, 1893-1957
      Strobel, G. Albert, 1905-1915
      Strobel, Irma (Foeh), 1925-2001
Archive File:
German Obituary on file

1910 Census
1900 Census


Pedigree Chart
Christian DOBLER-149
B. 23 Nov 1838
Toeplitz, Bessarabiea, South Russia
D. 23 Oct 1923
Bethune, Colorado
Dorothea DOBLER-274
B. 9 Sep 1864
Teplilz, Bessarabia, South Russia
D. 2 Feb 1922
Turtle Lake, North Dakota
Dorothea HANDEL-69
B. 30 Aug 1844
D. 28 Mar 1889
Scotland, South Dakota
Christian STROBEL-291
B. 5 May 1863
D. 30 Oct 1947
Turtle Lake, South Dakota


print version

Dorothea Dobler Strobel -- 1922
from Der Sendbote  22 Feb. 1922  p. 14 
Obituary file at ASGHR

      Dorothea Strobel nee Dobler was born in Bessarabia, South Russia, on 9 September 1864, and died in her home in Turtle Lake, ND, on 2 February 1922, at an age of 57 years, 4 months, and 23 days.  She married her now mourning husband, Christian Strobel, on 16 December 1887.  This marriage was blessed with 6 children, 3 girls and 3 boys.  Two daughters are married, and the youngest son died at an age of 10 years.  On 6 January 1913 she was converted to God and on 5 July 1919 baptized upon acknowledgment of her faith in Jesus's death and admitted to the church of the children of God.  

       She knew 3 grandchildren, was a loyal soul, and filled a large place in the family, to whom she was a faithful mother, and enjoyed great love in her family.  In addition to her children and deeply mourning husband, she leaves behind 2 sisters and a large circle of relatives, as well as many friends, accompanied her (body) to the grave.  The city hall had to be used for the funeral, in order to have room for all those taking part, and the hall was filled. 

       The undersigned spoke in the German language over Revelations 14, 13, and in the English language over Proverbs 10, 23.  She has now gone to her rest, towards which she yearned, and waits until her loved ones will be reunited with her before the throne of God and give honor to the lamb in all eternity.  

       This hope of a reunion is the consolation of the mourners.

E. Brockel
Turtle Lake, North Dakota 

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