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Robert Harold Lee Gangloff

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Robert Harold Lee Gangloff (son of Robert Gordon Gangloff and Doreen Daisy Malmstrom).

    Robert — Paula Ann Andrews. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Bradley Robert Gangloff
    2. Morgan Katheryne Gangloff

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Robert Gordon Gangloff was born 17 Oct 1928, Kenora, Ontario, Canada; died 5 Oct 2002, Embryo Lake, Red Lake, Ontario, Canada; was buried 10 Oct 2002, Cremated.

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    • Name: Sonny Gangloff
    • _PPEXCLUDE:

    Notes:

    We called him Uncle Bob, he was the best Uncle in the world..... I still h ave a hard time with his passing. Because we were such a close family, wh en we were kids - on the weekends three or four of the "Gangloff" kids wou ld sleep over at our house, & some of us "Lindquist" kids would sleep ov er at Gangloff's house. Uncle always would come tuck us in & say "Doree n, it's our spare kids again!!!" He loved to laugh & tease. Uncle B ob & my Dad (Joe) were best friends.
    Uncle Bob loved the outdoors: fishing or hunting when ever he could, & wh en he passed away he was on a hunting trip with his son Ron. Ron liv es in Red Lake, Ontario - Ron & Joyce own a restaurant, & Ron is a bush pi lot. He works part time flying tourist to the fishing/hunting camps.
    Anyway Uncle Bob, Ron & Ron's son Jonathan went hunting to a fly in ca mp on Embryo Lake, they got dropped off by another pilot, I think that w as on the Friday, then they hunted on Saturday, went back to camp, Uncle l aid down for his "nap" before supper, when Ron went to wake him up for sup per, he had died in his sleep. Ron thought it was a heart attack...I ha ve never asked Aunty Doreen. Poor Ron & Jonathan had to spend the nig ht in camp with Uncle, then they had to "walk out" to the next camp in t he morning to got help, Ron told me it was a 2 or 3 hour walk.

    Now Aunty Doreen, you would just love her. When my Mom died, she just to ld "us' girls, that she would be our Mom, & she excepts us to tell her eve rything. If we have a problem, she wants to know about, & lord he lp us if we don't. I was so worried about her, when Uncle Bob died ... th ey had been married 52 years when he died.... but she is so strong wille d. She told me that knowing Uncle died doing something that he loved, w as her comfort.
    Julie

    Robert — Doreen Daisy Malmstrom. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Doreen Daisy Malmstrom (daughter of Knut Robert Malmstrom and Bertha Mae Cook).
    Children:
    1. Leslie Jo-Ann Gangloff
    2. Lois Virginia Gangloff
    3. Jeanne Dale Gangloff
    4. Ronald Bruce Gangloff
    5. 1. Robert Harold Lee Gangloff
    6. Valerie Dianne Gangloff


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Knut Robert Malmstrom was born 16 Oct 1899, Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada (son of Peter Malmstrom and Mathilda Olson); died 29 Mar 1977, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 2 Apr 1977, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.

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    • Name: Bob Malmstrom

    Notes:

    (Tyndall Manitoba & Garson Manitoba are only 1/2 mile apart. Tynda ll is on the north side of the highway, Garson is on the south side of t he highway, they are "world" famous for the GARNITE ROCK - beauiful pi nk or white stone)

    To me my Grandparents were the very very best of people. They loved "al l" us grandkids, but seem to make each one of us feel we were their favori te.
    My Aunt's Doreen & Joey (Jo-Ann) are so like them, & they are the only t wo left of Grandma & Grandpa's family.
    We all grow up in Vermilion Bay, just a small town of about 400 peopl e, so we were a very close family. Each holiday we were at someone's hou se for the big "dinner". Aunt Joey lived in Dryden after she was marrie d, which is only 30 miles from Vermilion Bay, so we would spent lots of ti me with her too.

    My Grandparents lived in Garson, Man., until Aunty Doreen was about 11 yea rs olds.
    Grandpa owed & operated a garage. He was a very gifted mechanic & was alwa ys tinkering with small motors. From Garson they moved to Vermilion Bay, w ere Grandpa again had a garage, but in his later life he started the BAY T AXI service, I think he had it for about 9 or 10 years, before he sold i t. My Mom use to drive taxi for him. Grandma never drove a car at all in h er life that I know of.
    She was short, with the "barrel" figure, she made the most delicious short bread cookies, & if she had to give you a "slap", she would feel so bad, s he would get tears in her eyes.
    Grandpa was a real marshmallow! I can remember that Grandpa never raised h is voice. I have to tell you us "grandkids" were a trial, if one of us we re at Grandma's, them six more of us would show up. Anyway enough of that. .....

    Knut married Bertha Mae Cook 15 Dec 1927, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Bertha (daughter of William Albert Cook and Christina Anderson) was born 1 Jan 1909, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; died 22 Apr 1989, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 26 Apr 1989, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  2. 7.  Bertha Mae Cook was born 1 Jan 1909, Garson, Manitoba, Canada (daughter of William Albert Cook and Christina Anderson); died 22 Apr 1989, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 26 Apr 1989, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • _FSFTID: LVZR-G89
    • _FSLINK: https://familysearch.org/tree/#view=ancestor&person=LVZR-G89
    • _PPEXCLUDE:

    Children:
    1. Georgina (Georgie) Matilda Malmstrom was born 23 Apr 1929, On The Malmstrom Homestead In Springfield, Manitoba Just 2 Miles South of Garson; died 13 Sep 1984, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 24 Sep 1984, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.
    2. 3. Doreen Daisy Malmstrom
    3. Robert Vaughan Malmstrom was born 25 Nov 1935, Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada; died 13 Jan 1993, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 15 Jan 1993, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.
    4. Jo-Ann Edna Malmstrom


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Peter Malmstrom died Yes, date unknown.

    Peter — Mathilda Olson. Mathilda died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Mathilda Olson died Yes, date unknown.
    Children:
    1. 6. Knut Robert Malmstrom was born 16 Oct 1899, Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada; died 29 Mar 1977, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 2 Apr 1977, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.

  3. 14.  William Albert Cook was born 25 Jun 1870, Teegarden, Polk Township., Marshall County, Indiana, USA (son of William M. Cook and Emma Ann Kile); died 24 Jun 1946, Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada; was buried Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada.

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    • _FSFTID: M5D9-SX3
    • _FSLINK: https://familysearch.org/tree/#view=ancestor&person=M5D9-SX3
    • Census: 1880, North Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States of America

    Notes:

    Information from: Julie Anne Lindquist Degenhardt, my Grandmother was Bert ha Mae Cook. She was the daugther of William Albert Cook. Brother to Benja min Franklin Cook.

    Julie Degenhardt
    P.O. Box 234
    Goodsoil, Saskatchewan
    CANADA
    S0M 1A0

    [email protected]

    Dear Glenn,

    My name is Julie Anne Lindquist Degenhardt, my Grandmother was Bertha M ae Cook. She was the daugther of William Albert Cook. Brother to Benjam in Franklin Cook.
    So hello Cousin.......
    Just to give you a quick note on my family history:

    William Albert Cook married Anna Mary Davenport in LaPaz, Marshall Co., I N.
    They had two children: William Everal & Ruth. William & Anna were divorc ed about 1900.
    William then moved to Rat Portage (Now Kenora, Ontario) Canada where he ma rried Chirstina Anderson on Oct. 2, 1900 in Rat Portage, Ontario.
    They had seven children: Lawrence, Hazel, Della, Bertha (my Grandmother ), Arthur, & the twins Daisie & BABY (baby not named - died at birth).

    If interested in exchanging family history, please e-mail back to [email protected] msn.com or write me at:

    Julie Degenhardt
    P.O. Box 234
    Goodsoil, Saskatchewan
    CANADA
    S0M 1A0

    I shall be waiting to hear from you.
    Julie Degenhardt

    Wm & Anna moved to ND, Towner Co.
    Wm bought 160 acreages of land - 159N-067W-012 in Towner Co. on July 15,
    1899

    Wm & Anna were separted by June of 1900, as I have found Anna Mary Davenpo rt
    with daughter Ruth on the 1900 ND Census, working for William E. Colem an (a
    neighbor), as housekeeper. Anna started to go by her second name. She lat er
    married William E. Coleman & they had two children: Agnes & Lawerence. Bo th
    children were born in ND.

    I'm not sure when Wm moved to Canada, but he married Christina Anderson Oc t.
    2, 1900. in Rat Portage, Ontario. (Rat Portage is Kenora now) It is by t he
    Ontario - Manitoba border.
    Chirstina's father John Anderson - mother Christina Sma

    Dear Glenn,

    I thought I should tell you the little I know about Wm. A. Cook.

    He married Anna Mary Davenport on June 19, 1892 in LaPaz, North twp.,
    Marshall Co., IN.
    Anna's father was Benjamin Frankliln (Frank) Davenport, mother Mary E. Lat ta
    They had two children, William Everal & Ruth. Both children were bo
    LaPaz.

    Wm & Anna moved to ND, Towner Co.
    Wm bought 160 acreages of land - 159N-067W-012 in Towner Co. on July 15,
    1899

    Wm & Anna were separted by June of 1900, as I have found Anna Mary Davenpo rt
    with daughter Ruth on the 1900 ND Census, working for William E. Colem an (a
    neighbor), as housekeeper. Anna started to go by her second name. She lat er
    married William E. Coleman & they had two children: Agnes & Lawerence. Bo th
    children were born in ND.
    I have found Anna Mary Davenport Cook Coleman on the 1930 Census IN., wi th
    her 3rd husband Otto Blake. (Also Everal & Lawerence lived with them)

    Everal (thats what we call him) - from what we can figure out, moved ba ck to
    IN to his grandmother Emma Cook, when Wm & Anna divorced. I haven't fou
    him on any censes until 1920, were he was then living with Anna's paren
    Frank & Mary Davenport.

    I'm not sure when Wm moved to Canada, but he married Christina Anderson Oc t.
    2, 1900. in Rat Portage, Ontario. (Rat Portage is Kenora now) It is by t he
    Ontario - Manitoba border.
    Chirstina's father John Anderson - mother Christina Sma

    William Alberta Cook born June 25, 1870 in Teegarden, Polk twp., Marsha
    Co., IN - died June 24, 1946 in Tyndall, Manitoba. Age 75
    Christina Anderson born Sept 18, 1871 in Stockholm, Sweden - died June 2 9,
    1925 in Tyndall, Manitoba. Age 53
    Both are buried in Tyndall, Manitoba. Aunty Doreen went to the cemetery la st
    summer & could NOT find their graves. That part of the graveyard was not
    kept up, & the records have been lost.

    My Uncle Lawerence was born in Rat Portage.
    My Aunt's Hazel & Della were born in Headingly, Manitoba - which is just
    west of Winnipeg on Hwy. 1.
    My Grandma, Uncle Art & Aunty Daisy (& her twin) were born in Garson,
    Manitoba. Garson is north east of Winnipeg.
    I can't remember what Wm did in Garson, I'll have to ask Aunty Doreen agai n.
    He could of farmed, but something tells me he worked in the Rock Quarry.

    Canada really really sucks when it comes to genealogy..... it is so ha rd to
    find out anything. I like how ancestry.com does the US census, by town,
    township, county.... Canada does theirs' by land description!!! So you a re
    "screwed" if you do not know their land description!!! Or by Post Office.
    The post office can be anywhere in Canada, so you can work in Ontario, b ut
    live in Manitoba or Saskatchewan, they go by the post office you use.
    I haven't really had much luck looking for Wm on a census, the ones they
    have released are 1901 & 1906

    So I'll sign off, hopfully will hear from you later....
    Love Julie

    (Research):http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/15869511/person/1864066700

    http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/15869511/family?fpid=1864068309

    Census:
    Name:«tab»William A. Cook
    Age:«tab»9
    Birth Year:«tab»abt 1871
    Birthplace:«tab»Indiana
    Home in 1880:«tab»North, Marshall, Indiana
    Race:«tab»White
    Gender:«tab»Male
    Relation to Head of House:«tab»Son
    Marital Status:«tab»Single
    Father's name:«tab»William Cook
    Father's Birthplace:«tab»Virginia
    Mother's name:«tab»Emma A. Cook
    Mother's Birthplace:«tab»Ohio
    Neighbors:«tab»View others on page
    Cannot read/write:

    Blind:

    Deaf and Dumb:

    Otherwise disabled:

    Idiotic or insane:

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    Household Members:«tab»
    Name«tab»Age
    William Cook«tab»43
    Emma A. Cook«tab»39
    Melisa J. Cook«tab»14
    Mary Cook«tab»12
    William A. Cook«tab»9
    Edward Cook«tab»7
    Benjamin Cook«tab»5
    Arthur Cook«tab»2

    William married Christina Anderson 2 Oct 1900, Rat Portage, Ontario, Canada. Christina (daughter of John Anderson and Annie Christina Sma) was born 18 Sep 1871, Stockholm, Sweden; died 29 Jun 1925, Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada; was buried Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Christina Anderson was born 18 Sep 1871, Stockholm, Sweden (daughter of John Anderson and Annie Christina Sma); died 29 Jun 1925, Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada; was buried Tyndall, Manitoba, Canada.

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    • _FSFTID: LVZR-GCZ
    • _FSLINK: https://familysearch.org/tree/#view=ancestor&person=LVZR-GCZ
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    Notes:

    Both are buried in Tyndall, Manitoba. Aunty Doreen went to the cemetery la st
    summer & could NOT find their graves. That part of the graveyard was not
    kept up, & the records have been lost.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Today "Rat Portage" is known as KENORA, ONTARIO, CANADA

    Children:
    1. Lawrence Stanley Cook was born 11 Jul 1901, Rat Portage, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Feb 1981, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; was buried 5 Feb 1981, Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
    2. Hazel Irene Cook was born 21 Jan 1903, Headingly, Manitoba, Canada; died 23 Jan 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; was buried Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
    3. Della Winnifred Cook was born 6 Jul 1904, Headingly, Manitoba, Canada; died 17 Feb 1986, Oakville, Ontario, Canada; was buried 19 Feb 1986, Halton Hills Memorial Gardens, Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
    4. 7. Bertha Mae Cook was born 1 Jan 1909, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; died 22 Apr 1989, Dryden, Ontario, Canada; was buried 26 Apr 1989, Vermilion Bay Cemetery, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.
    5. Arthur William Cook was born 27 Jun 1910, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; died 30 May 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; was buried 4 Jun 1986, Cremated.
    6. Daisie Pearl Cook was born 12 Feb 1912, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; died 27 Jan 1981, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; was buried 30 Jan 1981, Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
    7. Baby Cook was born 12 Feb 1912, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; died Feb 1912, Garson, Manitoba, Canada; was buried Garson, Manitoba, Canada.