Frances E. Gober
Frances Elizabeth Gober1
- [S125] Unknown compiler, Census, 1900, Paulding County, Georgia (n.p.: n.pub.).
Frances Eugenia Gober
Frances Joan Gober
- [S754] Frances Joan Gober, "Email from Frances Joan Gober," e-mail message to Guestbook, 17 Oct 2002, Gober, Francis Joan.txt. Hereinafter cited as "EMail from Frances Joan Gober."
Frances Mildred Gober
Frances Wellman Gober1
- [S1094] Edith Charlotte Gober, I am Charlotte (n.p.: trafford.com, 2014). Hereinafter cited as I am Charlotte.ISBN 978-1-4669-6338-2 (sc),ISBN 978-1-4669-6337-5 (hc),ISBN 978-1-4669-6336-8 (e),.
Francis Asberry Gober
Francis Asbury Gober1
Children of Francis Asbury Gober and Ruby Terry
- [S65] Unknown compiler, Soundex, 1920, San Saba County, Texas (n.p.: n.pub.), E.D. 229, Sheet 15, Line 4.
Children of Francis Asbury Gober and Martha E. Hix
Francis Asbury Gober1
- [S164] Unknown compiler, Census, 1870, Smith County, Texas (n.p.: n.pub.), Pg 224 - Francis Asbury Gober is listed as "insane."
Francis Edward Gober
Children of Francis Ellis Gober and Lucy Cora Lord
Francis Erlene Gober
Francis Lonzo Gaston Gober
Francis Marion Gober
Francis Marion Gober1
Children of Francis Marion Gober and Celestia A. Prather
- [S151] Unknown compiler, Census, 1870, Tippah County, Mississippi (n.p.: n.pub.), Stamped Pg. 213, Dwlg # 113 Fam #113.
- [S78] Pension Application, Francis Marion Gober Application for Pension (n.p.: n.pub.), Filed Nov. 10, 1913 and approved Dec. 1, 1913.. Hereinafter cited as Francis Marion Gober Application for Pension.
Francis Marion William Newton Columbus Gober
Francis Scott Gober
Don Boots, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Sanger officiated, assisted by the Rev. George Clerihew, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Sanger, TX. Burial was in the Sanger Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bud Gentle, John Goliday, Joe Wiggins, Frank Guyer, Huston Higgs, Willie K. Pate, Archive Spratt and Aaron Yeatts.
Francis Scott Gober was born August 23, 1890 at Bailey, in Fannin County, TX. He died Tuesday, July 2 at 10 p.m. in Westgate Hospital in Denton, TX following a lengthy illness.
During his childhood he moved with his parents to Oklahoma. He was a graduate of Baylor Pharmacy College in Dallas. He was formerly employed at the Sanger Pharmacy. Scott retired in 1953 after 50 years as a pharmacist.
In 1919 he married Ada Shelton, who died in 1923. He married Alyne Seal in Sanger in 1951. She survives him.
Scott was a member of the Sanger Presbyterian Church, where he was serving as an elder at the time of his death. During World War I, he served in the U.S. Army Field Hospital No. 143.
He had been a Mason for over 50 years, being a Thirty-Second Degree Mason at El Paso, TX. He was a Knight Templar at Denton and a Shriner at Ft. Worth. He was a member of Sanger Bolivar Lodge.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by many nieces and nephews.1
- [S2] Unknown author, Obituary (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), Furnished by Barbara Cunningham.
Frank David Gober
Frank Louise Gober
Frankie Eva Gober
Children of Frankie Eva Gober and Leslie James Burleson
Frankie Mae Gober
Frankie P. Gober
Chapter: 6035TX. She was born on 31 May 1890 at Texas she was badly scarred from burn injuries and never married. She was the daughter of Urban Stark Gober and Isy Cantrell. Frankie P. Gober died on 21 February 1941 at age 50. She was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulia, Swisher County, Texas.
Children of Franklin Newton Gober and Aelliott D. Murphy
Fred Carnes Gober
Fred Huston Gober
Fred K. Gober
- John Wesley Gober
- [S879] Letter from Fred Gober (Young Harris, Georgia) to John W. Gober, March 20, 1929; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
Fred Truitt Gober1
Children of Fred Truitt Gober and Alva Estelle Price
Children of Fred Truitt Gober and Dora Lou Christian
- [S372] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Compiler: Zappone, Mildred Virginia 'Ginger' Wiedman"; Furnished research records, Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address.
Fred Truitt Gober Jr.
Child of Fred Truitt Gober Jr.
Freda Ann Gober
A marriage date and place of 20 Jun 1963 at Seattle, King County, Washington was impoted from another database. There was no supporting documentation. This date is now being questioned. Any relevent information should be sent to the site administrator. Freda Ann Gober died on 9 October 2012 at Fairbanks Pioneers' Home, Fairbanks, Alaska, at age 71;
Freda Ann Russell, 71, passed away Oct. 9, 2012, at the Fairbanks Pioneers' Home.
Freda was born Nov. 20, 1940, to Lillie Mariel Gober and George William Gober in California. The family moved to Harrah, Okla., soon after where she spent her childhood.
In high school Freda was involved in many activities including baton twirler, marching band and forward on the basketball team. The basketball team she played on took second in state during her senior year of high school. Her love of sports and academics that began in high school would continue throughout her life.
Freda went to college at East Central University in Oklahoma, but her sense of adventure got the best of her and she moved to California where she continued her education at the University of California Berkeley.
Eventually she made her way to Alaska, where she got married and had her only son, Jeff. When faced with raising her son on her own, she moved to Oklahoma to finish her degree at the University of Oklahoma. After she completed her degree, she returned to Alaska where she taught in towns and villages throughout the state including, Bethel, Tanana and Nulato.
Freda left once more to pursue her master's degree in Thousand Oaks, Calif., before returning to Alaska where she would remain. Freda devoted her life to education, which was not only her profession, but a passion and something she took great pride in. Upon retirement from her formal career, she returned to Ladd Elementary School to implement a reading program.
Freda looked at teaching, and coaching as an opportunity to provide guidance and share and learn from her students. She used to say there was something she liked or admired about every student she ever had.
Freda is survived by her son Jeff; granddaughter, Brittany, of Fairbanks; brother, Glen, and his wife, Nywana; and family in Mankato, Minn.
An informal service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, in the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center.
Arrangements were entrusted to Chapel of Chimes Funeral Home.
Published in Daily News-Miner on October 16, 2012.1,2
Freddie Mae Gober
Frederick Eugene Gober
- John Wesley Gober