A website dedicated to the
research, development and preservation of the historical record of
the descendants and ancestors of George Charles Gause (1695-1732).
there do I see my Father,
there do I see my Mother, my Sisters, my Brothers,
there do I see the line of my people back to their beginning
do call to me...
Gause surname has had varied spellings over time, the most common
variation's being: Gauche, Gous, Gouws, Gaus, Gosse, Gose, and Goss. The
northern line of the Gause surname in America (Pennsylvania to Indiana,
and beyond) are the descendants of G. Charles, who emigrated to the
British Colonies between 1717-1720. For G. Charles, this was the beginning
of the end of a 100 year search for his families place in religion and in
Their Place in Religion & the World 1393-c.1720
early record of the family in the old world and reasons for emigrating.
New Life in Colonial Philadelphia
Charles Gause and the beginning of the
Northern Gause line in America.
Years with Five Armies: Civil War 1861-1865
of Honor recipient Isaac Gause and his service in the Second Ohio Cavalry.
Outlaw in the Closet: Jesse James 1847-1882
The notorious outlaws lineage
which connects him to the Gause family.
One End of
the World to Another: World War II 1941-1945
From the Battle of the Bulge
to the South Pacific, Gause service in the War.
Gause and the Gause surname in the American South
Our brethren down south; are
we all related?
Coat of Arms
What some consider the Gause
Family Coat of Arms
Part I: 1393-1695
earliest known records of the family until the emigration to America.
Style and Links
word about my research style and links that I use.
site is not static! I am open to messages, comments, concerns, criticism,
ideas, or alternative views.