My database includes 17 events and/or facts for Jantsch, Gustave (1890-1967). These include:

Evidence of the Baptism of Jantsch, Gustave

A Summary Conclusion is yet to be created for this fact/event.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946 – Jantsch, Gustave[1] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was baptized 12 Aug 1923. A review of this assertion states:This information was pulled from Fahlun Lutheran Church records that listed his baptism date.

Evidence of the Birth of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, (not including an official birth certificate), Gustave Jantsch was born in 22 July 1890 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas.

Shawnee County, Kansas did not start keeping birth records until 1894.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts that on 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants was 48 years old, born in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 23 Apr 1891 and 22 Apr 1892.
  • 1910 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch[3] asserts that on 19 April 1910, Gustave Jantsch was 19 years old, born in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 20 Apr 1890 and 19 Apr 1891.
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 – Jantsch, Gustave[4] asserts that on 5 June 1917, Gustave Jantsch was 26 years old. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 06 Jun 1890 and 05 Jun 1891.
  • U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 – Cite[5] asserts that Gustave Jants was born 22 Jul 1891. A review of this assertion states:This information comes from Gustave Jantsch’s file with the United States Army and should be fairly accurate.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Gustave Jantsch was 38 years old. He was born in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 23 Apr 1891 and 22 Apr 1892.
  • 1895 Kansas Territory Cenus – Jantsch, Carl[7] asserts that on 1 March 1895, Gustaf [Gustave] Jantsch was 4 years old, born in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 02 Mar 1890 and 01 Mar 1891.
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 – Jantsch, Gustave[4] asserts thatGustave Jantsch was born 22 July 1890, in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas.. A review of this assertion states:This information comes from a draft registration card completed by Gustave Jantsch. He may have made himself older to be eligible for the WWI draft.
  • New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957 – Jantsch, Carl[8] asserts that On 27 Oct 1893, Gustav Jantsch was 3 years old. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 28 Oct 1889 and 27 Oct 1890.
  • Social Security Death Index – Jants, Gustave[9] asserts that Gustave Jants was born 22 July 1890. A review of this assertion states:This information comes from Gustave Jantsch’s Social Security file and is liked based on his original application with the Social Security Administration.
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts that on 3 January 1920, Gus Jantsch was 29 years old, born in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 04 Jan 1890 and 03 Jan 1891.
  • 1900 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Carl[11] asserts that on 5 June 1900, Gus [Gustave] Jantsch was 10 years old born August 1889 in Kansas. A review of this assertion states:Based on this information, Gustave Jantsch would have been born between 06 Jun 1889 and 05 Jun 1890.
  • U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946 – Jantsch, Gustave[1] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was born 22 Jul 1890 in Topeka, [Shawnee,] Kansas[, United States]. A review of this assertion states:This information came from Church records likely provided by him to the church. It should be accurate.

Evidence of the Census of Jantsch, Gustave

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event.

Gustave Jantsch appears in the following censuses:

  • ​1895 Kansas Territory Census – Shawnee County
  • 1900 U.S. Census – Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 1910 U.S. Census – Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Nelson, Douglas, Minnesota
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Warrenton, Warren, Missouri

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1895 Kansas Territory Cenus – Jantsch, Carl[7] asserts thatOn 1 March 1895, the following people were enumerated in Topeka Ward 2 in this household:
    • ​Carl Jantsch
    • Martha Jantsch
    • Mary Jantsch
    • Gustaf [Gustave] Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts thaton 22 April 1930, the following people were enumerated in the Gustave Jantsch household in Carlos Township, Douglas, Minnesota:
    • ​Gustave Jantsch
    • Clara E. (Olson) Jantsch
    • Carl G. Jantsch
    • Marvin C. Jantsch
    • Allen E. Jantsch
    • John W. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.
  • 1900 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Carl[11] asserts thaton 5 June 1900, the following people were enumerated at 1514 Troost Ave, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Carl Jantsch (head)
    • Martha (Karasek) Jantsch (Wife)
    • Mary [Marie] Jantsch (daughter)
    • Gus [Gustave] Jantsch (son)
    • Harry Jantsch (son)


    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.
  • 1910 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch[3] asserts thaton 19 April 1910, the following people were enumerated at 2836 Main Street, Ward 12, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Carl Jantsch
    • Martha Jantsch
    • Mary R Jantsch
    • Gustave Jantsch
    • Harry A. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts thaton 3 Jan 1920, the following people were enumerated at 916 Jefferson, Ward 1, Kansas City, Caw Township Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Gus Jantsch
    • Clara E. Jantsch
    • Carl G. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 25 April 1940, the following persons were enumerated in the Gustave Jantsch household in Warrenton, Warren, Missouri:
    • ​Gustave Jants
    • Clara E Jants
    • Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    • Belle E Tackitt
    . A review of this assertion states:This is believed to be our Gustave Jantsch.

Evidence that Jantsch, Gustave is the Child of Jantsch, Carl

Based on current information, we believe that Gustave Jantsch was the son of Carl Jantsch.

Official birth records were not kepts in Shawnee County until 1894.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1910 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch[3] asserts thatCarl Jantsch was listed as the father to the following:
    • ​Mary R. Jantsch
    • Gustave Jantsch
    • Harry A. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator by his parents and is likely correct.
  • 1900 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Carl[11] asserts that on 5 June 1900, Gus [Gustave] Jantsch was the son of Carl Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator by his parents and is likely correct.

Evidence of the Death of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustage Jantsch died on 20 Jan 1967.

To-Do:

A death certificate should exist in St. Louis County, Missouri

The related references are enumerated below.

  • U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 – Cite[5] asserts that Gustave Jants died 20 Jan 1967. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the Department of Veterans’ affairs in order to receive veterans benefits and is likely correct.
  • Social Security Death Index – Jants, Gustave[9] asserts that Gustave Jants died Jan 1967. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the Social Security Administration in order to receive Social Security death benefits for his spouse.

Evidence of the Education of Jantsch, Gustave

A Summary Conclusion is yet to be created for this fact/event.

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  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts that on 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants was listed as completing 2 years of high school. A review of this assertion states:The information was provided to the enumerator after he was 18 years old and likely indicates his highest level of education.

Evidence of the Immigration of Jantsch, Gustave

A Summary Conclusion is yet to be created for this fact/event.

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  • New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957 – Jantsch, Carl[8] asserts that On 27 Oct 1893, Gustav Jantsch was a citizen of the United States. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided by his parents to the ships official upon returning from a trip to Germany.
  • New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957 – Jantsch, Carl[8] asserts thatOn 27 Oct 1893, the following were travelling from Wilhelmshaven and Southampton to Port of New York, New York City on the S.S. Columbia:
    • ​Carl Jantsch 
    • Martha Jantsch
    • Gustav Jantsch
    • Mary Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided by his parents to the ships official upon returning from a trip to Germany.

Evidence of the Marriage of Jantsch, Gustave and Olson, Clara Emelia

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch and Clara Emelia Olson were married on 15 Oct 1917 at Fahlun Lutheran Church in Nelson, Douglas, Minnesota.

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  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was married to Clara E (Olson) Jantsch. He was 26 years old when they were married. She was 19 years old. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator stating they were married in 1917.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts that on 22 April 1940, Gustave and Clara E. Jants were listed as married.
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator stating they were married.
  • U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 – Ancestry – Jantsch, Gustave[12] asserts that Gustave and Clara Jants were married. A review of this assertion states:The city directory had information to believe they were married.
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts that on 3 January 1920, Gus Jantsch was listed as married to Clara E. Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator stating they were married.
  • U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946 – Jantsch, Gustave[1] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was married 15 Oct 1917. A review of this assertion states:This information likely comes from the church they were married in on 15 OCt 1917, Fahlun Lutheran Church in Nelson, Douglas, Minnesota.
  • U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946 – Jantsch, Gustave[1] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was 27 year old at the time of his marriage. A review of this assertion states:This information likely comes from the church they were married in on 15 OCt 1917, Fahlun Lutheran Church in Nelson, Douglas, Minnesota.

Evidence of the Military of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch served in the Missouri National Guard Hospital Corps for two years, prior to enlisting in the Army from 5 Sep 1918 to 25 Jun 1919.

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  • U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 – Cite[5] asserts that Gustave Jants was in the Army, enlisting 5 Sep 1918, and released 25 Jun 1919. A review of this assertion states:This information comes from Department of Veterans Affairs records and is believed to be correct.
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 – Jantsch, Gustave[4] asserts that Gustave Jantsch servied for 2 years as a private in the National Guard hospital corps in Missouri. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the local draft board showing service to the Missouri National Guard Hospital Corps and is believed to be correct.

Evidence of the Occupation of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch worked various jobs including:

  • ​Farmer
  • Grocery packer
  • Assistant Manager at a trailer park
  • Department store clerk

The related references are enumerated below.

  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 – Jantsch, Gustave[4] asserts that on 5 June 1917, Gustave Jantsch worked in Farming for William Junt, in Carlos Twp, Douglas, Minnesota. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the local draft board an is believed to be correct.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Gustave Jantsch worked as a farmer. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts that on 3 January 1920, Gus Jantsch worked as a packer in a grocery. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 – Ancestry – Jantsch, Gustave[12] asserts that In 1961, Gustave Jants worked as an Assistant Manager at Evergreen Trailer Park. A review of this assertion states:The city directory gathered information to determine this. It is unclear how accurate this information is.
  • 1910 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch[3] asserts that on 19 April 1910, Gustave Jantsch, worked as a clerk in a department store. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

Evidence that Jants, Allen E. is the Child of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Allen E. Jants was the child of Gustave Jantsch.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Allen E. Jantsch was listed as the son of Gustave Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants had the following children:
    • ​Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

Evidence that Jants, Carl Gustave is the Child of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch is believe to be the father of Carl G. Jants.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts that Carl G. Jantsch was listed as the son of Gus Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants had the following children:
    • ​Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Carl G. Jantsch was listed as the son of Gustave Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

Evidence that Jants, John William is the Child of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch was the father of John William Jants.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 – Jants, John William[13] asserts that Gus Jants was the father of John William Jants. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the local draft board and is believed to be correct
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, John W. Jantsch was listed as the son of Gustave Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants had the following children:
    • ​Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

Evidence that Jants, Marvin C. is the Child of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch is the father of Marvin C. Jants.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Marvin C. Jantsch was listed as the son of Gustave Jantsch. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 22 April 1940, Gustave Jants had the following children:
    • ​Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

Evidence of the Religion of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch was a baptized member of the Lutheran Faith.

The related references are enumerated below.

  • U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946 – Jantsch, Gustave[1] asserts that Gustave Jantsch was a member of Fahlun Lutheran Church [in Nelson, Douglas, Minnesota]. A review of this assertion states:This information was obtained from an index of Fahlun Lutheran Church records.

Evidence of the Residence of Jantsch, Gustave

Based on current information, Gustave Jantsch lived in the following areas:

  • 27 Oct 1893 – Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 5 June 1900 – 1514 Troost Ave, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 19 April 1910 – 2836 Main St., Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 5 June 1917 – Carlos, Douglas, Minnesota
  • 3 January 1920 – 916 Jefferson, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
  • 22 April 1930 – Carlos Township, Douglas, Missouri
  • 25 April 1940 – Warrenton, Warren, Missouri
  • 1961 – 2135 N. Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard, Ventura, California
  • Jan 1967 – St. Louis County, Missouri.​

The related references are enumerated below.

  • Social Security Death Index – Jants, Gustave[9] asserts that Gustave Jantsch’s last residence was Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63136. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the Social Security Adminstration for his spouse to receive his Social Security benefits.
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 – Jantsch, Gustave[4] asserts thaton 5 June 1917, Gustave Jantsch lived on R #2, Carlos, Douglas, Minnesota.. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the local draft board.
  • New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957 – Jantsch, Carl[8] asserts that On 27 Oct 1893, Gustav Jantsch lived in Kansas City and intended to return there. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to ship officials upon entry to the US returning from a trip to Germany.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts thaton 22 April 1930, the following people were enumerated in the Gustave Jantsch household in Carlos Township, Douglas, Minnesota:
    • ​Gustave Jantsch
    • Clara E. (Olson) Jantsch
    • Carl G. Jantsch
    • Marvin C. Jantsch
    • Allen E. Jantsch
    • John W. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1900 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Carl[11] asserts thaton 5 June 1900, the following people were enumerated at 1514 Troost Ave, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Carl Jantsch (head)
    • Martha (Karasek) Jantsch (Wife)
    • Mary [Marie] Jantsch (daughter)
    • Gus [Gustave] Jantsch (son)
    • Harry Jantsch (son)


    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts that on 1 April 1935, Gustave Jants lived in New Florence, Montgomery, Missouri. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1930 U.S. Census – Minnesota, Douglas – Jantsch, Gustave[6] asserts that on 22 April 1930, Gustave Jantsch rented a home on a farm. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts that on 25 April 1940, Gustave Jants rented a home in Warrenton, Warren, Missouri for $22 month. A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1910 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch[3] asserts thaton 19 April 1910, the following people were enumerated at 2836 Main Street, Ward 12, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Carl Jantsch
    • Martha Jantsch
    • Mary R Jantsch
    • Gustave Jantsch
    • Harry A. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 – Ancestry – Jantsch, Gustave[12] asserts thatIn 1961, Gustave and Clara Jants lived at 2135 N. Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard, Ventura, California, United States. A review of this assertion states:The city directory gathered information from public records.
  • 1920 U.S. Census – Missouri, Jackson – Jantsch, Gus[10] asserts thaton 3 Jan 1920, the following people were enumerated at 916 Jefferson, Ward 1, Kansas City, Caw Township Jackson, Missouri:
    • ​Gus Jantsch
    • Clara E. Jantsch
    • Carl G. Jantsch
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.
  • 1940 U.S. Census – Missouri, Warren – Jantsch, Gustave[2] asserts thaton 25 April 1940, the following persons were enumerated in the Gustave Jantsch household in Warrenton, Warren, Missouri:
    • ​Gustave Jants
    • Clara E Jants
    • Carl G. Jants
    • Marvin C. Jants
    • Allen E. Jants
    • John W. Jants
    • Belle E Tackitt
    . A review of this assertion states:This information was provided to the enumerator and is believed to be correct.

End Notes

1. Ancestry.com, “U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946.” database on-line. Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 2019), Gustave Jantsch; citing Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Elk Grove Village, IL, USA; Parish: Fahlun Lutheran Church; ELCA Film Number: S233-235; SSIRC Film Number: S-233. Original data: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths/Burials (Swedish Churches), Gustavus Adolphus College, Saint Peter, Minnesota, USA. Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center, Augstana College, Rock Island, Illinois, USA.

2. 1940 U.S. Census, Warren County, Missouri, population schedule, Warrenton, enumeration district (ED) 110-8, p. 15B-16A, dwelling 365, Gustave Jantsch household; digital image, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 2019); citing United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, Roll m-t0627-02162.

3. 1910 US Census, Jackson County, Missouri, population schedule, Kansas City Ward 12, sheet 5A, 108, Carl Jantsch; database with images, FamilySearch,https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M2YC-N1R: accessed 12 January 2019; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 40, sheet 5A, family 108, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 785; FHL microfilm 1,374,798.

4. “U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918”, database online, Ancestry.com(https://ancestry.com : accessed 7 January 2019), Gustave Jantsch,; citing National Archives and Records Administration. M1509. Registration State: Minnesota; Registration County: Douglas; Roll: 1675392

5. “U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010”, database on-line, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 2019), Gustave Jants,; citing Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs..

6. 1930 U.S. Census, Douglas County, Minnesota, population schedule, Carlos Township, enumeration district (ED) 0010, p. 6A, dwelling 138, family 131, Gustave Jantsch household; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 2019); citing United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.. FHL microfilm: 2340820

7. Ancestry.com, “Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925”, Shawnee County, Kansas, p. 92, Carl Jantsch household; database online, “1895 Kansas State Census” Ancestry.com. https://ancestry.com: 7 January 2019); citing 1895 Kansas State Census. Microfilm reels K-1 – K-169. Kansas State Historical Society.

8. “New York, Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957,” digital images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 2091), Carl Jantsch,; citing Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Microfilm Publication M237, Roll 620. NAI: 6256867. Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36. National Archives at Washington, D.C.

9. Social Security Administration, “United States Social Security Death Index,” database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com: accessed 12 January 2019), entry for Gustave Jantsch.

10. 1920 U.S. Census, Jackson County, Missouri, population schedule, Kansas City Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 24, p. 2B, Gus Jantsch household; image, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 January 1920); citing Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Roll T625_923.

11. 1900 U.S. Census, Jackson County, Missouri, population schedule, Kansas City, Ward 9, enumeration district (ED) 0093, p 6, dwelling 75, family 131, Carl Jantsch household; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 7 January 2019); citing National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623. Year: 1900; Census Place: Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri; Page: 6; Enumeration District: 0093; FHL microfilm: 1240863

12. Polk, R.L. & Co., publisher. Ventura, California, County Directory. online images.  U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995. (http://ancestry.com : accessed 1 January 2019) pg 511, “Gustave Jants”

13. The National Archives in St. Louis, Missouri; St. Louis, Missouri; Record Group: Records of the Selective Service System, 147; Box: 163

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