Conrad's Stories

The life and times of the Conrad Adam family in Kendall County, Texas

Rosa Goerges, daughter of Alexander and Rosa Bergmann Goerges Anna Maria Rosa Goerges

Born 2 August 1897

Died 18 May 1918

daughter of Alexander and Rosa Bergmann Goerges

granddaughter of Gustav and Mina Knopp Bergmann

great-granddaughter of Joseph and Theresia Ohnesorge Bergmann


Rosa Goerges




Rosa died of tuberculosis. She had the disease for one year, five months and eighteen days.

Bexar County, Texas, Reg. Dist. No. 19495. “Texas Death Certificates.” database and images. “Anna Maria Rosa Goerges,” 18 May 1918; digital image, Fold3  :accessed 6 March 2012.

Herman Sons’ Cemetery (San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas). Rosa Goerges marker; personally read 2011.

2 thoughts on “Tombstone Tuesday: Rosa Goerges

  1. Virginia Toepperwein Rodriguez says:

    I was very honered to know that all this information along with photos were on the internet. My Dad was Edwin Charles Toepperwein, My Grandfather was Edwin Conrad Toepperwein and my Grandmother Dora Bell Patton. My two brothers, Mickey or Michale J. Toepperwein and Dale D. Toepperwein currently reside in Boerne. My Dad and Grandmother Dora were born in Boerne. I am so proud to be part of The Toepperwein Family. God bless you, Virginia (Gina) Toepperwein Rodriguez

    1. Kathryn says:

      We are cousins! I need to figure out our cousin relationship.

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