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Christian Blanke
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Birth: Mar. 25, 1841, Germany
Death: Jul. 10, 1909
Sheboygan County
Wisconsin, USA

Christian Blanke Plymouth Post July 14, 1909

Christ Blanke, an old and active resident of this area suffered a fatal stroke on Saturday afternoon at his home on Smith Street. He was born March 25th, 1841 in Hannover Germany and lived to be 68 years, 3 months and 15 days. He came to America 45 years ago and lived on a farm east of here and was here in the city for many years. He was married on April 15th, 1865 in Town Sheboygan Falls to Minnie Hopke. Beside his wife he is survived by the following children; Mrs. A. Nuernberg of Town Sheboygan Falls, Ella at home, Gustave of Sheboygan Falls, Herman and Hugo of Town Plymouth, Robert of Plymouth, Louis of San Francisco, Calif., Otto of West Allis, Edwin of New Holstein, also 12 grandchildren and two brothers, Conrad and Fred Blank of Plymouth and one sister of Germany. He was a veteran of the Civil War with the Union Army. The funeral is Wednesday at the local cemetery with Pastor Beisser in charge.

Family links: 
  Wilhelmina Hapke Blanke (1845 - 1922)*
  Henrietta Blanke Nurnberger (1870 - 1932)*
  Robert Blanke (1873 - 1939)*
  Hugo Blanke (1880 - 1951)*
*Calculated relationship
Union Cemetery
Sheboygan County
Wisconsin, USA
Maintained by: Marlin Miller
Originally Created by: Rose Mohnsam
Record added: Nov 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80027042
Christian Blanke
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Christian Blanke
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Christian Blanke
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- Rose Mohnsam
 Added: Feb. 5, 2012

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