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Catherine Keller
Born Mar 26, 1849 Jefferson Co WI
Died Mar 6, 1911 Kellerton Farm near Hazel SD

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Mother/Emigrant
SPOUSE CHILDREN
John George Robish

m. Nov 26, 1869
b. Jan 16, 1848
Jefferson Co WI
d. Sep 29, 1927
Kellerton, Hamlin Co SD
Rosa Lydia

b. Apr 21, 1871

d. May 21, 1871
infancy
Arthur George

b. May 1, 1872

d. Apr 10, 1931
Edward Jacob

b. Nov 17, 1873

d. Aug 13, 1877
young
Leonard

b. Oct 11, 1875

d. Jan 14, 1876
infancy
Rosa Barbara

b. Jan 29, 1877

d. Feb 23, 1941
Kellerton Farm SD
Flora Katherine

b. Mar 6, 1880

d. Dec 25, 1963
Mary Agnes

b. Nov 7, 1881

d. Dec 29, 1964
William Benjamin

b. Jun 21, 1885

d. Aug 19, 1925
Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie"

b. Apr 1, 1888

d. Jun 28, 1928
SD
Kellerton Homestead House 2003
Photograph of John G. Robish with Al Cover, hired man, and Clarence Feind
Kellerton Church, across the road from the Kellerton farm, is the oldest continuously used Evangelical Association/United Methodist Church building in South Dakota. The marriage of Catherine's daughter Flora and Ed Arnold was the first in the church and represented a union of the two families that started the church, the Robishes (Kellers/Feinds) and Arnold/Wendlings
Photograph of Kellerton United Methodist Church from the book commemorating the Centennial (1893-1983) of the church.
Photograph of daughter Flora Robish Arnold with daughters of Christian Julius Feind: Sarah Feind Reimler, Augusta Feind Wendling, and Lillie Feind Reimler.
Sources:
Dunn, Steve, "John and Catherine Robish" in Hamlin County, 1878-1979, Hamlin Historical Committee, Hamlin Co., SD, p. 364.
Hogstad, Marlys, "Hamlin County, SD-Kellerton-Zion Cemetery", website.
Robish, John George, account in Memorial and biographical record... South Dakota, A. Ogle, Chicago, 1898.
Wennblom, Raymond J. (descendant of Arthur Robish, brother of Rosa Robish), "Descendants of: (Johann) Robisch", Bellevue WA, computer file submitted to LM Holloway, Dec 30, 1992.