Betty Goehle, Ray Mohring, and Family
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Elizabeth (Betty) Goehle married Ray Mohring, January 1954

MOHRING - GOEHLE

Miss Elizabeth G. Goehle, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Goehle of St. James was married at a nuptial mass on Saturday to Raymond J. Mohring, the son of Max Mohring of Coates Avenue, Holbrook. The cerembony was performed in the St James R. C. Church by the Rev. Otto J Froclich.

The bride. who was given in marriage by her father, wore white nylon tulle over satin, with a high shirred neckline, a panel of shirring down the front of the bodice and a full skirt. Her finger tip veil was illusion and she she wore a cap of seed peals, and carried an old fashioned bouquet of white roses.

Mrs. Robert Berger of Smithtown Landing, sister of the bride, served as her matron of honor. She wore a strapless gown of turquoise nylon net over satin and a matching stole and carried red roses.

The bride's mother wore black with black accessories and a corsage of red roses while the grooms mother was in teal blue crepe with black accessories and a corsage of red roses.

Edward T. Morrison, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was the best man and ushers were Joseph Bucalo, of Holbrook, and Daniel Goehle, brother of the bride.

A reception for 125 guests was held at the home of the bride, which was decorated with cut flowers and candles and the bride's table with a three-tiered wedding cake.

Mrs. Mohring attended Port Jefferson High School and the groom Sayville High School and Adelphi College. He is employed by Shell Gas Company. He is a veteran of World War II and served in the China-Burma-India Theater. After a wedding trip the Mohrings are making their home in Huntington.

Suffolk Co New January 22, 1954

Betty and Ray had: Bridget, Liz, Tara, Maria, Raymond, Jonathan, Jerome, Monica, George and Michael.
Photo collection of Petty Goehle Mohring

Photo collection of Petty Goehle Mohring

Photo collection of Flo Goehle

Michael Mohring


Michael Mohring

Position: Defensive Tackle Ht: 6'5" Wt: 305
Born: March 22, 1974 in Glencove, New York
College:University of Pittsburgh


During my senior year at college I injured my knee playing foot ball and thought my career was over. With nowhere else to turn, I cried out "Jesus, come into my life." This resulted in some significant changes: my knee and career were restored; but most importantly God forgave me of my sins through the death of Jesus on the cross and He gave me eternal life. I realized that Jesus died for me because I was a sinner and could never be good enough to save myself. The bible says. "that if you confess with your mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved" (Romans 10:9-10) I believed in my heart that Jesus was the only means of salvation and confessed with my mouth the need for Him to be my Lord and Savior. My goal in life now is to serve and fear God more than Man.

Favorite bible verse: 2 Timothy 1:7

"For god did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power of love and of self-discipline."


Max Mohring and Nora

Birth: September 6, 1900, Germany (per census and SSDI)

Crew Member:

  • Mohring, Max, Ordinary Seaman, Ship Lapland, age 20, nationality, Belgian, height 5 ft, 8 inches, weight 135, May 1, 1921, to New York

  • Max Mohring, age 20 born Belgium, from Kingston Gartagena, Pt Colombia, Santa, Mara and Cristoal, ship Tivives, to New York, assistant steward, age 20, 5 ft 6 inches, 145 pounds, 13, Apr 1922,

Immigration: Max Mohring was listed as Deserting Seaman from the Tivives. There were 41 crew deserting this ship. This was a rather common occurrence and a common way to get oneself to the States. It was not the same as deserting from the military service.

Marriage: Circa 1924 based on census.

Manhattan certificate #1962, 1923: "Michael" Mohring age 23, steward, form Hamm. Germany father, Heinrich, mother, Elrozina (?) Lor (cannot read the rest of her name as the official stamp covers it.) to Norah Fitzgerald 132 W 63rd Street born County Kerry Ireland father John Fitzgerald mother Katherine Downing, 23 January 1923, witness Carl O----dorf, and Anna Fitzgerald. St Paul the Apostle 415 West 59th Street NYC

Children:

  1. Mary

  2. Raymond (1925-2008) and Elizabeth Goehle

    Birth: November 4, 1925

    Marriage: Elizabeth Goehle

    Children:

    Death: November 25, 2008

  3. Richard

1930 Census: Little Neck, Queens, 48-18 248th Street, Mac head, rent $35, age 29, born Germany, father born Germany, mother born Belgium, immigrated 1921, interior decorator, House, (cannot read) Nora, wife, age 31 married at age 25, born Ireland, immigrated 1917 Mary daughter age 6, born New York, Raymond son age 4 years 5 months, born New Jersey, Richard, son age 7 months, born New York

Death of Nora Mohring: Nora Mohring born 15 Feb 1897 Died Nov 1970 - Holbrook, Suffolk, New York, United States of America

Death of Max Mohring: Max Mohring born 6 Sep 1900 Died Nov 1979 - Port Jefferson Station, Suffolk, New York, United States of America (SSDI)

More on Nora Fitzgerald

Birth: Circa 1899 (plus or minus), daughter of John Fitzgerald and Katherine Downing, Co. Kerry, Ireland per marriage

Immigration: Circa 1917 per 1930 census.

There is an immigration record for Nora Fitzgerald, age 17, domestic, born Rathmore (which is in Co. Kerry), brother Stephen Fitzgerald, His address, "Umeraboy, Knocknagree, Rathmore", headed to sister Molly Fitzgerald, at 567 Greenwich St., New York, 5 ft 4 inches, dark hair blue eyes, on the Adriatic from Liverpool arriving June 16, 1915

Note: This may not be her. This needs more work. 1920 Census: Did not find her.


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