Joseph SCHMALZ

Joseph SCHMALZ

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Type Value Date Place Sources
Name Joseph SCHMALZ

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Type Date Place Sources
birth 1. April 1884 Logan County, Arkansas, USA search of this place
burial Paris, Logan County, Arkansas, USA search of this place
death 9. March 1936 Paris, Logan County, Arkansas, USA search of this place
marriage 24. October 1922 Paris, Logan County, Arkansas, USA search of this place

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Marriage Spouse Children
24. October 1922
Paris, Logan County, Arkansas, USA
Clara Lena KOMP

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Joseph Schmalz, son of Adolph Schmalz, stood five feet, five inches tall, had blue eyes and could speak both German and English. Joseph homesteaded forty acres as a single man. After marrying Clara Lena Komp they purchased forty more acres with afarm house and had a family of seven; five boys and two girls. Later another twenty acres were added after Joseph and brother Charlie divided a forty acre homestead in a land swap deal. Joseph and Charlie Schmalz were co-owners of a coal mine called the "Schmalz Brothers & Gack Mine". The owners were Joseph and Charlie Schmalz and Anton Gack. The mine was on the Gack's property. They lost the mine during the depression. In the early 1930's there were shipments of coal sent to Wisconsinand Chicago and the companies could not afford to pay for the coal, though they did receive some cotton seed meal from one of the companies. The mine was sold to Red Globe Mines.

Sources

1 Stammbaum Gordon & Lark
Author: Gordon Lee Small
Publication: http://www.glsmall.com/
Abbreviation: S35

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