|Birth: ||Sep. 7, 1833|
|Death: ||Dec. 26, 1902|
Adam Glock mentioned in the Chilton Times May 9, 1896
"Adam Glock, of Millhome, a member of the 22nd regiment Wis. Vol., was a visitor to Chilton on Wednesday. During the years 1850 to 1856 Mr. G. was employed in this city by the late Cato Stanton to conduct a grist mill and grind corn for the early pioneers. Mr. G. was known to many of the early residents of the county as ‘Dutch Adam' and the hearty welcome he received by his old friends during his stay here was ample evidence that he had not been forgotten by long years of absence."
Plymouth Post July 9, 1902
The veteran Adam Glock has returned from the soldiers home in Milwaukee. He brought his spouse with him whom he married on the 6th of May in Milwaukee. They will live in Millhome.
Adam Glock Plymouth Post January 7, 1903
Kiel—Adam Glock, a pioneer of Town Schleswig died at the Soldier's Home in Milwaukee where he had been for 2 ½ years from in intestinal infection. He was born on September 7th 1833 in Niersrein, Hessen Darmstadt, Germany and lived to be 69 years of age. He came to America in 1848 and Sheboygan, then in Franklin and then he started a business in Milwaukee. In 1857 he was married to Catherine Gerlach who died in 1899. He is survived by 6 children, one brother, Friederick Glock of Town Rhine and one sister. The funeral is Monday at the Rockville Cemetery with Pastor Rech officiating.
Katherina Gerlach Glock (1837 - 1899)*
Helena Glock Soemmer-Mesch (1857 - 1939)*
Mary Glock Hungsberg (1861 - 1939)*
Alma Glock Burkhardt (1867 - 1959)*
Rockville (Manitowoc County)
Created by: Rose Mohnsam
Record added: Mar 05, 2010
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