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My ancestors which have searchable burials have the surnames of (assume cities are in WI): |
Michels/Michel of Germany, Franklin, and Caledonia
Mueller of Morrowville (KS), Racine, and Hesselsdorf/Hostka, Czech Rep.
Roscizewski/Rosciszewski of Dabrowka Koscielna, Poland, Milwaukee, and Caledonia
Schroeder of Schwinkendorf, Lake, and Caledonia
Stollenwerk of Germany, Lake, Fond du Lac, and Caledonia
Kostrzewa of Milwaukee and Ryczywol, Poland
Frei/Frey of Weiskirchen, Germany and Franklin
Piskula of Milwaukee, Caledonia, and Slawianowo, Poland
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|Phillip||RE: Isidor Braunreiter|
I can get the location. I just miss counted, all the areas the have grave in lots, there is 8 graves in a lot, which I how I counted it. But this area there are 12 graves in a lot. I just have to figure out which way they laid it out.
12-7 7-12 12-7 7-12
1-6 6-1 6-1 1-6
Added by Phillip on Sep 29, 2014 9:49 PM
|DM Scott||RE: William Stollenwerk|
I did some more looking this a.m. I think you are probably right on the Mary Ann Stollenwerk being their mother. In the 1880 census, theres a mother Mary Ann Stollenwerk 99 born abt 1781 Prussia living with the William Stollenwerk family.
I did find most of Williams daughters and have asked people to link them. I don't know where the above Mary was buried or who her husband was.
Added by DM Scott on Sep 17, 2014 11:54 AM
|Jade Schmitt||RE: Just something I found interesting...|
Cool! Very neat to think our ancestors knew each other and now their descendants have made contact with each other, too.
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