Person:GAUSS, Anne Durfee (1876 - 1932)

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GAUSS, Anne Durfee (1876 - 1932)
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Family(s): Gauss
Person ID (Link to genealogy): GED link doc.gif I301
Descendant of C. F. Gauss
Sex: F
Date born: 27 Jun 1876
Born in: Sedalia, Missouri
Date died: 25 Apr 1932
Died in: St. Charles, Missouri
Buried in: Oak Grove Cemetery, St. Charles, Missouri
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Father: GAUSS, Charles Henry (1845 - 1913)
Mother: JOHNS, Charlotte Elizabeth (1850 - 1938)
Spouse(s): Unmarried
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Religious affiliation(s): Presbyterian
Occupation(s): Secretary
Occupation details: Private Secretary to President of Lindenwood College
Fawcett book: GAUSS, Anne Durfee (1876 - 1932)
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Biographical Sketch

Anne Durfee Gauss was born on 27 June 1876 to Charles Henry Gauss and Charlotte Elizabeth Johns, in St. Charles, Missouri. She moved with them to Austin, Texas, and Sedalia, Missouri. Anne never married. When she died 25 April 1932, she was secretary to the president of Lindenwood College in St. Charles. She was an intelligent and energetic woman and the collector of much genealogical material shown on this site.

From Bill Fawcett's book:

ANNE DURFEE GAUSS was born on June 27, 1876/77 in Sedalia, Missouri to Charles Henry Gauss and Lizzie Johns. She lived in Sedalia (until 1882), St. Charles (1870-72, 1882-85), San Antonio (ca. 1885-95), and then St. Louis. In April 1894 she made a copy of the family record in Joseph Fawcett’s bible for her grandmother, Henrietta Gauss (Letter H Gauss to LT Fawcett 4/19/1894). Ann lived with her parents in the Johns Home (701 Tompkins St) in St. Charles, Missouri (1910 Census #109). After her father’s death, she continued to live there with her mother and siblings (1920 census #312). Miss Annie Gauss died from heart failure on April 25, 1932 at 701 Tompkins (Steinbrinkers 1911-39). On the 27th she was buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery (Index 1919-44:29).

Source

From A History of the Fawcetts and Related Families in America by William Bloys Fawcett. Used by permission of Dr. Fawcett.

This book was first published in 1996 and some of the information is quite dated. If you find errors or want to add updates, contact me, and I will add notes to the page.

Copyright © 1996, 2007 by William Bloys Fawcett, Jr. All rights reserved. No copies may be made of this document through any electronic, photocopying or other means without permission of the author.





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