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Paul Lee Kobler-Mars

Paul Lee Kobler Mars was the son of Fred and Edna Kobler. Paul was born Dec 30, 1918 in Hill City, KS, two months after his father, Frederick, died from influenza during WW I. After Fred’s death, Edna remarried Charles T. Mars and changed Paul’s name to Mars so her children would have the same last name. They lived in Grand Junction, CO. Paul was a WW II Navy Lieutenant pilot, who flew bomber aircraft in the Caribbean and South […]

John and Mary Kobler Descendant Tree

Here is a descendant tree with two generations of Koblers for John and Mary: John & Mary Kobler Descendants

Kobler Reunion – Memorial Day Weekend

We will be holding a Kobler reunion on Memorial Day weekend 2013 in the Hill City/Hays, Kansas area.  Many Kobler relatives will be coming, literally from coast to coast.  We would love to see as many attendees as possible.  If interested in attending, please contact us for more information.

Ernest (Ernie) Kobler

Ernest Kobler was born 08/01/1879 in Atalissa, Iowa. Ernest was never married. He died 3/16/1960 in Hill City, KS. “When Uncle Ernie was in pharmacy school at about 22 years old, he and some others unfortunately decided to drink some wood alcohol, while celebrating having passed the final exam for becoming pharmacists. Although some of his friends died from the consumption, uncle Ernie became blind. He later lived in an upstairs bedroom with Uncle Art and that was the only […]

Paxson & Hadley Ancestry

Elma Paxson married Carl L. Kobler on May 1, 1898. The ancestry of Elma Paxson Kobler is well documented on several different websites: Paxson Family Seventh Generation – This series of web pages is a very impressive, complete and well organized collection of many Paxson generations.  The Seventh Generation describes Cyrus and Sabina Paxson (Elma’s parents), as well as Carl and Elma Kobler.  Previous Generations contain the Paxson heritage for John Townsend Paxson (Generation Six), Jacob Paxson (Generation Five), John […]

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