Chambers Family Heritage


Walter GOODE [Parents] was born about 1425 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. He died .

He had the following children:

  M i William GOODE

William GOODE [Parents] was born about 1400 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. He died in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

He had the following children:

  M i Walter GOODE

William GOODE [Parents] was born in 1375 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. He died in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

He had the following children:

  M i William GOODE

William GOODE [Parents] was born in 1350 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. He died in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

He had the following children:

  M i William GOODE

Richard GOODE was born in 1320 in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. He died in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

He had the following children:

  M i William GOODE

William BLACKMAN was born about 1641 in Falling Creek, Henrico County, Virginia. He died after 11 Nov 1697 in Varina, Henrico County, Virginia. He married Dorothy DEELEY in 1667 in Henrico County, Virginia.

Dorothy DEELEY [Parents] was born about 1650 in Henrico County, Virginia. She died in 1704 in Varina, Henrico County, Virginia. She married William BLACKMAN in 1667 in Henrico County, Virginia.

They had the following children:

  M i John BLACKMON

Edward DEELEY was born about 1630. He died .

He had the following children:

  F i Dorothy DEELEY

Karl Georg RODECK [Parents] was born on 31 Aug 1876 in Thuringen, Germany. He died on 3 Jan 1935 in Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington. The cause of death was gored to death by a bull. He was buried in Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington. He married Pauline Catharina PAULSEN in 1916.

Other marriages:
DANZ, Louise Margareth

Moved to the United States at 28 years of age in 1904. Rode with the Buffalo Bill Wild West show.

(Mortuary Ledger) “Karl Rodeck, 57, rancher near Odessa, was killed on Thursday noon at his ranch home by a Holstein bull, gored to death in a corral at the place. Particulars were vague at press time. Rodeck, well known in Odessa, came to this region several years ago and settled between here and Irby, at a site where a natural spring flowed. With this as a starting point he developed an irrigation system, all by hand labor, and at the present time has a beautiful home. Rodeck, born in Germany, had an interesting career, starting as a cavalry man in Germany, then as a trick rider, working also at the baking trade. At the ranch here he has proved one of the community’s best members. Survivors include his wife and several children, believed to number ten. He was a member of the Lutheran church and it is believed that the funeral will be held from there. Funeral arrangements had not been made at press time. Dr L. J. Bonney and Undertaker H. H. Strate were called. The bull, which was getting old, was known to be dangerous, but had not exhibited viciousness. How Mr. Rodeck came to be caught was not known.” (Odessa Record: 1-04-1935) “Karl Rodeck, 58, owner of a farm west of here, where he specialized in growing vegetables and chickens, was buried from the Odessa Lutheran church on Sunday, the Rev H P Christensen officiating, following his death on Thursday, when he was gored to death at his ranch home by a bull. No one saw the accident, but Mr. Rodeck was found by his son, with his body badly mangled and most of his clothing torn from his body. His body was taken to Spokane for preparation and returned here for the funeral. Born in Germany, Mr. Rodeck started his career as a cavalry man in the German army and later became a trick rider in an American circus. He came to the Odessa region about 20 years ago and located on the present ranch, where he developed one of the beauty spots of the region. Survivors include his widow, five sons, Fred, Paul, Jacob and George of Odessa, and Conrad of Portland; four daughters, Augusta, Anna Janaline and Georgina, all of Odessa. The funeral was one of the largest ever held in Odessa, the church being able to hold only about one-fourth of the people. Pallbearers were chosen from fellow church men and included Julius Kuest, Jacob Zeiler, George Schafer, George Schillinger, Fred Schillinger and Henry Gies. Burial was made in the Odessa Cemetery. Rodeck, during his time here, had built for himself the respect of every resident in the community, through his fairness and diligence. Through the hardest manual labor he had developed a home site near Odessa, building his own irrigation system and using it to create a large vegetable garden. At the time of his death he was planning an enlargement of the project, which would have reclaimed many additional acres. He was a familiar figure in Odessa and the shock of his death caused the entire community a great loss.” (Odessa Record: 1-11-1935)

Pauline Catharina PAULSEN [Parents] was born on 24 Jul 1891 in Bohmstedt, Germany. She died on 28 Oct 1971 in Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington. She was buried in Odessa Cemetery, Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington. She married Karl Georg RODECK in 1916.

“Mrs Pauline Rodeck died on Oct 28, 1971, after a brief illness. She was 80 years of age. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1:00 from Christ Lutheran Church in Odessa, Rev Daniel Cronrath officiating. Burial was at the Odessa Cemetery. Pauline Catharina Paulsen Rodeck was born on July 24, 1891, in Bohmstedt, Germany. She was the daughter of Christina Maria Epson and Sonke Frederick Paulsen. Pauline lived in Bohmstedt until she came to America on Oct 10, 1913. She lived in Danville, WA, with her uncle, Jacob Paulsen. After three years Pauline moved to Odessa and married Karl George Rodeck on Aug 28, 1916. He was killed on Jan 3, 1935. The family resided at the ranch home until 1943, when they moved to Odessa. Mrs. Rodeck had been employed as head cook of the Odessa schools hot lunch program for 14 years. She became custodian at Christ Lutheran Church in 1943, continuing in this capacity until six weeks prior to her death. She had been hospitalized for a month prior to her passing. The deceased was an active member of Christ Lutheran Church as well as the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Pauline was preceded in death by her parents; by her husband, Karl; by her brothers Paul, Johannes and Peter; and by two sisters, Marie Thomsen of Spokane and Dora Hansen of Bohmstedt, Germany. She is survived by her children: Conrad F. Rodeck of Lewiston, Idaho, Fred C. Rodeck of Brea, CA, Paul W. Rodeck of Odessa, Jack Rodeck of Bellevue, WA, Augusta C. Hopper of Duarte, CA, Diana M. Blaskowsky of Spokane, Janet Heimbigner of Odessa, George M. Rodeck of Boston, Mass., and Georgina M. Nicholls of Davenport, WA; by two sisters, Johannah Friedericksen of Bohmstedt, Germany and Henrietta Brodersen of Kries Rugen, Russian zone, Germany. She is also survived by 26 grandchildren, by nieces and nephews in Germany, and one living in America, Mrs. Ronald Wildey of Spokane, and by many friends. The senior choir of the church sang ‘Children of the Heavenly Father’ at the funeral service Monday afternoon. Mrs. Donna Schafer sang, ‘In The Garden’, organist was Mrs. Florence Stout. Pallbearers for the service were Walter Ott, Richard Voise, Paul Schafer, Henry Seibel, Clarence Buddrius, and Dr James Anderson.” (Odessa Record-4 Nov 1971)

They had the following children:

  M i Paul William RODECK was born on 11 Mar 1917 in Irby, Lincoln County, Washington. He died on 26 Jan 1974 in Memorial Convalescent Home, Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington. He was buried on 31 Jan 1974 in Odessa Cemetery, Odessa, Lincoln County, Washington.

A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rodeck at their home at Irby Sunday.” (Odessa Record: 3-16-1917)

“Paul Rodeck, the child of Karl Rodeck and Pauline Paulsen, was born on March 11, 1917. He was baptized and confirmed in the Christian faith as taught by the Lutheran Church. He was a life-long member of Christ Lutheran Church. He received his formal education in the Odessa schools, graduating from Odessa High School. He worked in the Odessa area, but for the last number of years he worked for Washington Fruit Growers of Wenatchee. During the off-season he lived in Odessa. Illness prevented him from returning this year, and it eventually became necessary for him to take up residence in the Memorial Convalescent Home in Odessa. He was transferred to the hospital wing on Jan 23 and died suddenly Jan 26, (1974). He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by four brothers: Conrad of Lewiston, ID; Fred of Brea, CA; Jack of Bellevue, WA; and George of Boston, Mass.; 4 sisters: Mrs. Augusta Hopper, Pasadena, CA; Mrs. Deana Blaskowsky, Spokane; Mrs. Janet Heimbigner, Odessa; and Mrs. Georgena Nicholls, Davenport; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Jan 31, 1974 at 11 a.m. in the Christ Lutheran Church of Odessa with Pastor Daniel Cronrath officiating. A men’s quartet accompanied by Mrs. Leo Stout on the organ, sang ‘My Faith Looks Up To Thee’ and ‘Safe on the Arms of Jesus’. Pall bearers were Paul Schafer, Keith Schafer, Walter Ott, Jake Reihs, Shawn Nicholls, and Owen Heimbigner. Interment was in the Odessa Cemetery.” (Odessa Record: 2-07-1974)
  M ii Jacob Frederick RODECK
  M iii Georg RODECK died .
  F iv Augusta Christine RODECK
  F v Diana RODECK died .
  F vi Georgina RODECK died .
  F vii Anna Janelina RODECK died .

Sonke Frederick PAULSEN was born in Germany. He died . He married Christina Maria EPSON.

Christina Maria EPSON was born in Germany. She died . She married Sonke Frederick PAULSEN.

They had the following children:

  F i Pauline Catharina PAULSEN

Conrad RODECK was born in Germany. He died .

He had the following children:

  M i Karl Georg RODECK

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