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Jan Schmidt (#47492218)
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tygerstinger
Johanna Teichelman
Johanna is buried in St. Johns Cemetery in Priddy.
Memorial Number 104174272.
Added by tygerstinger on Sep 28, 2014 9:02 AM
dlmiller1955
Wilhelm Lieberum
Jan -

I am the son-in-law of Nolin Werchan and the family genealogist for the Henry Werchan family, including the Lieberums and the Schonnerstedts. I would love to compare notes with you some time. You can write me directly at dlmiller1955@msn.com.

I'd be happy to give you read access to my tree on Ancestry as well. I had never seen a picture of Wilhelm until I saw the one you posted on Find A Grave.

Dave
Added by dlmiller1955 on Aug 09, 2014 8:06 PM
Mark Mauldin
RE: Johanna T
Jan, I will be back in the Priddy area in October. If nobody has fulfilled your request before then, I will go to Saint John's in Priddy. Mark
Added by Mark Mauldin on Jul 14, 2014 11:12 PM
June Girouard
RE: Pfluger Family
Hi back,
It was always a joke in our family that the Pflugers of Galveston were left at the dock to do all the loading of ships and the smart ones went on to find Pflugerville. I don't know if this was just a joke or if they were serious. Conrad worked on the docks as a screwman loading ships. George also worked there for awhile and then at several different jobs and finally worked as a policeman.
Henry (our line) worked on the docks for awhile ant then drove a team of mules hooked to a trolley car. Family rumor has it that Henry and Dora fought all the time. He died of a heart attack by his team of mules in 1883. Family rumor has it that the day after the funeral Dora showed up at the opera house dressed in black with a big red feather sticking out of her hat. All of Dora's daughters were dressmakers.
OH! Our Conrad, d. Feb 5, 1879; age 67 of General Dibility, and was buried in Potters Field, on Broaday. No grave has been found.
Added by June Girouard on Jul 01, 2014 7:27 AM
June Girouard
RE: Henrietta Pfluger Stewart
I would love to have a copy of the pictures you found. I have some pictures that we found when my aunt passed away 10 years ago. We think they are Henry and Dora's children, but only one picture had a name on the back, "Henrietta". I hope it's Henry's dau., Henrietta who m. Henry Kidney.
Both George and Henry named their daughters with similar names. So it is really hard to trace.
June Girouard
Added by June Girouard on Jun 30, 2014 1:53 PM
June Girouard
RE: Henrietta Pfluger Stewart
As far as I know we are not related. Our line also named Conrad Pfluger, his wife's name was Catherine (_____). The only thing I know is that they came to Galveston, TX between 1858 and 1860. Their children were Johan George who m. Elizabeth (Schneider)and they had 10 or 12 children but only 4 lived to be adults; Elizabeth, Henrietta m. Capt John L Stewart and I think they had only one dau. who m. Walter Sandham. Agnes m. Charles B Dorian, I think they had only one dau. Lenora who m. Edgar Harding Jones and they had a dau., but I haven't finished researching this line. Minnie, never married; Charles, never married; they are all buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Galveston Texas. Henry (my line) who m. Theodora (Dora) Hern, they had Henrietta (my line) who m. Harry Kidney and had 4 children; Elizabeth who m. Etienne Boussion and had 8 children; Dora m. John H. Hagelman and had 2 or 3 children; Amelia/Millie never married; Bella/Gertie m. Wade Stokes Dosett (nothing known); Lily/Lillian m. Jessie H. Bullock, they had 1 known son.
Catherine who supposedly m. a Wallestein (I haven't researched this line; Jacob m. Louise Polvogt,he d. a few years later, I don't think they had any children; Samuel who was 2 yrs on the 1860 census, but not on the 1870 census.
I have only been researching this line for about 2 years, along with about 50 others. I wish I would have started years ago.
I do not know what happened to the Dorian, or any of our cousins....
I do know both George and Henry were in the Confederate War in Galveston.
I do not know if our line and yours are cousins. If you find out please let me know.
June Girouard

Added by June Girouard on Jun 30, 2014 1:46 PM
 

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