1897 - 1957 (60 years)
||Faith Hope Victory (Jarboe) Marshall |
||18 Jan 1897
||St. Louis, Missouri
||Cook County, IL (Chicago)
- William A Marshall and Elizabeth Marshall
||10 Apr 1909
|| St. Bartholmew Church, Chicago
||Died of Cancer (willed her body to science) |
||House Wife / Was Also A Foster Parent |
||Catholic Faith |
||26 May 1957
||St. Louis, Missouri
||29 Jun 1957
||Willed Her Body To Science/Anatomical Board
||Tegtmeyer Kenow Family
||25 Mar 2013 |
||James J. Jarboe, b. 27 Jan 1858, Shelbyville, Missouri , d. 2 Jul 1941, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California (Age 83 years) |
||Emma Margurite Lahman, b. 27 Sep 1874, St. Louis, Missouri , d. 5 May 1964, St. Louis, Missouri (Age 89 years) |
||William George Tegtmeyer, I, b. 15 Feb 1875, Geestemunde/ Bremerhaven Germany , d. 11 Dec 1939, St. Louis, Missouri (Age 64 years) |
||3 May 1919
||St. Charles County, MO
| ||1. Emma Margaret Tegtmeyer, b. 9 Jun 1917, St. Louis, Missouri , d. 10 Oct 1983, Spanish Lake,St. Louis Co., MO (Age 66 years)|
| ||2. William (Bud) George Tegtmeyer, Sr., b. 13 Feb 1920, St. Louis, Missouri--At Home by Midwife , d. 23 Nov 1999, St. Louis County, Missouri-at home (hospice) (Age 79 years)|
| ||3. Cleve Eugene (Gene) Tegtmeyer, b. 28 Jul 1921, St.Louis, MO , d. 19 Oct 1990, St. Louis, Missouri (Age 69 years)|
| ||4. (Private) Tegtmeyer|
| ||5. (Private) Tegtmeyer|
| ||6. Betty Mae Tegtmeyer, b. 4 Feb 1929, St.Louis, MO , d. 24 Sep 1979, Buffalo, Erie County, NY (Age 50 years)|
| ||7. Shirley Ann Tegtmeyer, b. 1 Dec 1932, d. 24 Aug 2005, St. Louis County, Missouri (Age 72 years)|
- Her skin dark complexion. Her hair at age of 60 still had a lot of dark in it.
Step-daughter to William Tegtmeyer, daughter to Emma
When lived on Garesche, the family would make root beer and put it in the shed in the backyard. When it got hot, the caps would pop off.
Also remembers that her mom made the most delicious yeast rolls, and coffee cake.
Letters written to Faith from her father J.V. Jarboe are in his note section.
When lived on Greer, it was behind Beaumont HS., they had psychic meetings, read cards, she really believed in this.
Was said to have some Psychic abilities/ Held seances during the depression
One time the table lifted during a seance. This was a way that she helped supplement the family income during the depression.
When the family moved from Walnut Park to the Lee address, it was a street car route and they had a hard time sleeping at night.
According to Aunt Peaches, “Mom was secretive all the time. She would tell very little and in bits and pieces. Mom used to read these true confession stories all the time. She wrote a book, Love Triangle and gave it to Marie Werne (sp?) , a neighbor (school teacher?). Shirley knew her.
Last address was 6126 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo.