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Family of Carl IMIG (64) & Anna IMIG (85)
|Carl and Anna (Imig) Imig|
174. George Jacob IMIG. Born on 13 Jun 1892 in Seward County, Nebraska. George was the only child his first-cousin parents had together, but George had fifteen older half-brothers and half-sisters. George had a trucking company in the 1920's in Nebraska and hauled hogs out of Omaha, etc., while they were living in Staplehurst and Ulysses. He tried farming but after a hailstorm destroyed their crops George immigrated with his wife and children in about 1930 to San Bernardino, California from Seward County, Nebraska. Resided in San Bernardino and Riverside, California after 1930. George Jacob died in Riverside, California on 5 Jan 1971; he was 78. Buried in Montecito Memorial Park, San Bernardino, California. Cause of death: cancer. Occupation: entrepreneur, pet shop proprietor, breeder of champion bulldogs.
|George Jacob Imig
George spoke German and taught some to his children, such as a prayer before dinner. He had a witty, engaging sense of humor
and a cheerful, generous personality, which he particularly displayed with children.
Go to a fan chart of George Jacob Imig's parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
George Imig (left) with one of his trucks, 1927
On 20 Aug 1917 in Lincoln, Nebraska when George Jacob was 25, he married Alice Naomi HAGEMAN, daughter of Simon Peter HAGEMAN (21 Sep 1858-19 Jan 1928) & Martha Viola WALLICK (28 Jan 1862-13 Dec 1918), in Lincoln, Nebraska. Alice Naomi was born on 28 Sep 1896 in 5 mi. SE of Seward, Seward County, Nebraska. Alice Naomi died in Riverside, California on 4 Aug 1979; she was 82. Buried on 8 Aug 1979 in Montecito Memorial Park, Riverside, California. Occupation: elementary school teacher, piano prodigy and teacher.
The following is an excerpt from a memoir written by Alice Naomi Hageman Imig in about 1977.2 She gave copies to each of her children.
ALICE (HAGEMAN) IMIG
Since I majored in Normal Training in High School, I received my Teacher's Certificate, allowing me to teach all elementary grades in a one-room country school. That fall I began teaching in the only new modern school of that kind, in the county, three miles from Seward and about six miles from my home. I taught there three years...
It was a lively neighborhood; the young folks living there had many parties (including one for me on my birthday). At these parties I met and became acquainted with George Imig, who lived one half mile from my school. I refused a contract to teach a fourth term, and George and I were married on August 20, 1917, and lived a happy life together for fifty three years until his death on January 5, 1971.
George Imig and Alice Hageman in a buggy in Seward County, Nebraska in May 1917
|George Jacob and Alice Naomi Hageman Imig|
They had the following children:
The eight children, lined up by age, of Alice Hageman and George Imig
in San Bernardino, California in the spring of 1948
Alice and George Imig were proud of their six lovely daughters and would frequently photograph them all in a row according to age, with their first-born daughter Joyce on the left and youngest daughter Peggy on the right.
On August 20, 1967 George Jacob Imig and Alice Naomi Hageman Imig celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in the home of their daughter Peggy and her husband Jim, surrounded by their many children and grandchildren.
George and Alice Imig celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their grandchildren, August 1967
This 50th wedding anniversary announcement for George Imig and Alice Naomi Hageman Imig appeared in an unidentified newspaper, August 1967:4
Imigs Note Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. George Imig, 2618 St. Elmo Drive, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at a reception in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of Riverside.
At the reception the couple greeted approximately 100 guests. The guest book was circulated by Miss Cindy Typaldos, granddaughter of the couple.
The Imigs, married August 20, 1917 in Lincoln Neb., have resided in San Bernardino for 37 years. They have six children, 20 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Their children are Mrs. Nick Weaver, Mrs. Frank Stipak, Mrs. Neil Johnson, Mrs. Ted Peckels, Mrs. James Morris and Bob Imig.
Imig owned the Imig Pet Shop for 19 years. He has been retired for four years. He is active in Bulldog Clubs and has raised many champion bulldogs as a hobby.
George and Alice Imig celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their children, August 1967
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