Any relationships found??

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WikiTree profile: Herbert Augst
asked Mar 15, 2013 in Requests for Genealogy Help by Clarence Rogers G2G1 (1,060 points)
The birth year 1888 and death year of 1915 are a start, but geographic location would be helpful. Can you say what country, county and or city Herbert Augst was born in as well as the location of his death? Do you happen to know the name of his spouse?

Thank you.
his unwed "Spouse" was my Maternal Grandmother, Hazel Ellen Penisten, but she was using the name of her First husband on the Birth Certificate.Grandmother was born in Creston, Union, Iowa on 1 Jan 1890; died 15 Jun 1973 n Portland, OR wed to Roy Saling(4th spouse). Her other children(by 1st spouse-Marshall Knight Theyer(1888-1968) were: Maizie Margaret Thayer(1909-1976) and Frederick Lawrence Thayer(1911-1978)

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Hazel Penisten's parents in the 1900 US Census at Grand Encampment, Brush Creek, Collins, Swan, Bennett & Headquarters, Carbon, Wyoming, were John H. Penisten 36y born Ohio and his wife Clara E. 29y born IA. Hazel's older sister, Ollie was 13, younger brother John 8 and sister Nola 5. All the children were born in Iowa. 


Name: Marshall K Thayer
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 26 Aug 1908
Event Place: Thompson Falls, Sanders, Montana
Age: 20
Birth Year (Estimated): 1888
Father's Name: Nathan Albert Thayer
Mother's Name: Mary Kate Gosney
Spouse's Name: Hazel Penniston
Spouse's Age: 18
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1890
Spouse's Father's Name: John H. Penniston
Spouse's Mother's Name: Clara E. Ward


answered Mar 15, 2013 by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1,347,960 points)

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