This blog is dedicated to my parents, brothers, sister, and cousins who are descendants of Johannes (John) Gutke and Johanna Mork Gutke (pictured above). I am in the process of posting everything I have, so that I can back up documents/photos and also access the info from any location. There are likely to be mistakes, so check back often and feel free to comment if you have corrections!


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Johanna Gutke dies

Inter-Mountain Republican 1906-10-31
Dies While Visiting Daughter.
Ogden, Oct. 30 -- Mrs. Johannah Gutke, mother of Oscar Gutke, the well known railroad man of this city, died at McCammon, Idaho, at 9 o'clok last evening after a short illness from typhoid pneumonia. Mrs. Gutke had been visiting with her daughter at McCammon and was taken ill five weeks ago. The body will be shipped to Salt Lake City for interment.

October 30, 1906 in The Salt Lake Herald

GUTKE.--At McCammon, Ida., Oct. 29 Johanna Gutke, mother of Mrs. Julia Brixen, in her seventy-fourth year: native of Sweden. Remains will be brought to Salt Lake Tuesday evening. Notice of funeral later.

October 31, 1906 in The Salt Lake Herald

Ogden Briefs.
Word was received here yesterday of the death of Mrs. Johannah Gutke, mother of Oscar Julius Gutke of this city, which occurred at McCammon, Ida., on Monday evening. Mrs. Gutke was 74 years of age and was the mother of five children. The funeral will be held at Salt Lake tomorrow afternoon.

*This same article is found in the Ogden Standard under the section "Random References." 

November 1, 1906 in The Salt Lake Herald

GUTKE.--At McCammon, Ida., Oct. 29, 1906, or pneumonia, Johanna Gutke, in her seventy-fourth year; native of Sweden: mother of Mrs. Julia M. Brixen, Fred and Oscar Gutke, Mrs. Minnie Price and Mary Wilcox. Funeral services Thursday at 1 p.m. from the Waterloo ward chapel, this city. Friends are invited to attend, and can view the remains from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on day of funeral at Mrs. Brixen's residence, 1631 South Fifth East street. Interment in City cemetery.

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