On June 11, 1845, Gustave Fredeman Klube, of Oldeshaven, in the German principality of Sondershausen, and Maria Ernstina Voight, of Schwarzburg, same principality, were united in marriage. Gustave F. Klube was born in Oldeshaven, August ii, 1815, and Maria E. Voight was born in Schwarzhurg, Sondershausen, March 19, 1822. They departed from Oldeshaven at twelve M., May 4, 1850, sailed for the United States, May 15, following, and landed in New York at two P. M., July 4, of the same year. After residing in Syracuse, New York, a short time, they settled in Geneva, where the later families engaged in the harness-making business, and as he learned his trade in the “fatherland,” where craftsmen are subjected to a most rigid course of training, it must he inferred that he was a very skillful artisan. Naturally frugal and industrious he prospered, reared a large family and provided his offspring with good educational advantages. Children 1. Gustave Henry August, born in Oldeshaven, Germany, August 28, 1846. enlisted December 27, 1863, in Company H, One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry, for service in the civil war, served with credit in the struggle for the suppression of slavery and was killed in battle at Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 3, 1864. (N. B.-This gallant youth was but seventeen years old at the time of his death, and his untimely end was therefore as deplorable as it was honorable). 2. Agusta Johanna F., born in Oldeshaven, February 21, 1848. 3. Theresa Louise, born in Syracuse, August 10, 1850. 4. Mary E., born in Geneva, February 1, 1853. 5. Emelia Louise, born in Geneva, February 14, 1855. 6. Louise Emma, born in Geneva, October 10, 1856. 7. Henry John Lewis, found elsewhere.