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Friedrich William Ferdinand "Fred" Kunde
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Birth: Mar. 22, 1837, Germany
Death: Apr. 24, 1904
Weinert
Guadalupe County
Texas, USA

Son of Johann Ludwig and Caroline Fredericke (Haese/Hoese) Kunde.
Husband of Amelia/Emilia (Hoffmann) Kunde.
Has a Conferedate Medallion at his grave.
Was a very fine tailor, made all of his daughters wedding dresses, and his own suits.
17 Jun 2013, I found from another family member that he was unable to read English, which may have hindered him from being the business man farmer that he tried so hard to be. 
 
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 Parents:
  Caroline Kunde
 
 Spouse:
  Amelia Emelia Hoffmann Kunde (1849 - 1919)
 
 Children:
  Louisa Mathilda Kunde Herzog (1875 - 1946)*
  Emma Maria Kunde Dittfurth (1877 - 1945)*
  Hulda Pauline Kunde Schorn (1879 - 1962)*
  Augusta Fernanda Kunde Wahl-Frieda (1880 - 1954)*
  Ernst J. Konde (1882 - 1941)*
  Elfrieda Emilie Lydia Kunde Habermann (1884 - 1970)*
  Rosalie Kunde Klatt (1886 - 1959)*
  Emilie Pauline Kunde Schaefer (1888 - 1954)*
  Martha Theresa Kunde (1891 - 1905)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Wade Cemetery
Kingsbury
Guadalupe County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: lana (wahl) mckinny
Record added: Jul 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39711316
Friedrich William Ferdinand Fred Kunde
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Friedrich William Ferdinand Fred Kunde
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Friedrich William Ferdinand Fred Kunde
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I really like this memorial, Lana. I really like your note, too. I wish I could have known this family, too, along with all of our German relatives of the day.
- Laurie Voss Barthlow
 Added: May. 15, 2012
I understand you fought for the Confederacy, even though you were too poor to ever own any slaves. I wish I had known you.
- lana (wahl) mckinny
 Added: Jul. 21, 2009
 
 
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