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Norma Jost Voth (1922–2005)

Author of Mennonite Foods & Folkways from South Russia, Volume I

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he youngest child of Henry R. Voth, Mennonite missionary, who, along with his family and other German Mennonites, came to this country from Russia in the immigration of 1874, and Katharina Elisabeth (Hirschler) Voth, whose family came from Prussia in 1882. She is preceded in death by her parents; one half-brother, Albert C. Voth; four half-sisters, Frieda Regier Entz, Bertha Voth, Esther Frantz, and Martha Dyck; four brothers, Harold, Herman, Eldon, and Waldo Voth; three sisters, Edna Voth, Hilma (Voth) Biesterfeld, and Wanda (Voth) Goertz.
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