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Mrs Amalia "Molly" Bohl Austin
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Birth: 1908, Russia
Death: 1988, USA

As of 10Jul2010, her youngest brother [my Dad] was unsure of the date of this marriage, but Dad thinks it might have been in the 40s. Aunt Molly's first mariage was to Reinhard 'Reinie' LNU, a marriage that ended in divorce due to his alcoholism. Dad says Molly had to go to Reinie's workplace on payday and collect his paycheck personally when he got it, lest he spend it all in a bar on the way home from work that day. Dad says that--when sober--Reinie was vy nice.

Molly and Jerry died ca 1980s. Get dates from Dad.

Note, death place could have been Illinois or Wisconsin. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Bohl (1871 - 1944)
  Catherine Elizabeth Hirsch Bohl (1881 - 1970)
 
 Spouse:
  Jerome Bernard Austin (1908 - 1980)*
 
 Siblings:
  Katherine Maria Bohl Bohl Boehm (1905 - 1999)*
  Amalia Bohl Austin (1908 - 1988)
  Ottilia Bohl Weimer (1911 - 1994)*
  Mary Bohl Greenwood (1916 - 2003)*
  Alexander Bohl (1920 - 1988)*
  Infant Theresa Bohl (1923 - 1923)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Graceland Cemetery
Milwaukee
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: about 6 rows back from "Kaul" marker, across from Sectn A
 
Created by: GB
Record added: Jun 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53413479
Mrs Amalia Molly <i>Bohl</i> Austin
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Mrs Amalia Molly <i>Bohl</i> Austin
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Mrs Amalia Molly <i>Bohl</i> Austin
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This sunflower was chosen to memorialize Aunt Molly--Dad's second-oldest sister--because (I've read) that sunflowers were grown by Volga-Germans, the ethnic group from which we are descended. Left by your nephew,
- GB
 Added: Jul. 16, 2010

- Neil B (John 3:16)
 Added: Jun. 17, 2010
 
 
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