Person Sheet

Name Magdalena Tarnutzer
Birth 4 Apr 1844, St. Antönien Castels, Graubünden, Switzerland
Immigration ca 1846, New Orleans, Louisiana101
Death 27 Jun 1927, Boise, Idaho136
Burial Boise, Idaho136
Religion Reformiert
Alias/AKA Lena101
Father Jann Tarnutzer (~1796-1846)
Mother Margreth Hartmann (~1797-1864)
1 Hon. George Laird Shoup
Birth 15 Jun 1836, Kitanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania137
Death 21 Dec 1904, Boise, Idaho136
Burial Boise, Idaho136
Occupation Governor of Idaho Territory, Governor of Idaho, Senator
Father Henry Shoup (1805-1860)
Mother Ann Jane McCain (1812-1868)
Marriage 27 Jan 1868, Salmon, Idaho137
Children: William Henry (1869-1955)
George Elmo (1870-1959)
Walter Campbell (1872-1945)
Lena Jane (1874-1950)
Laura (1878-)
James Earnest (1880-1880)
Margaret Elizabeth (1881-)
Notes for Magdalena Tarnutzer
She was not mentioned in the 1850 census listing, which did have others of the family, then residing in America.

She crossed the great plains with her brother Nicholas not long after her mother's death in 1864. The went first to Virginia City, Montana Territory, then on to Salmon, Idaho Territory. She was living with her sister Elisabeth Baker there when she married.101
1848 Swiss census, St. Antönien Castels, Graubünden, v. CB IV 29, p. 342 (no. 16) [LDS FHL microfilm 1475940]
1860 U.S. census, Louisa Co., Iowa, r. 331, p. 942, l. 18
Notes for George Laird (Spouse 1)
He served as the first Territorial Governor of Idaho, later as the first Governor of Idaho and was also U.S. Senator for the state (Zoe says the first senator, but that would conflict with being the first Governor). There is a town near Salmon City named after him.101
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