|Birth: ||1846, Czech Republic|
|Death: ||Jan., 1928|
Born in 1846 near Javor, Bohemia (a small village found on a map of the present day Czech Republic – just south of the town of Plzen & north of the town of Klatau); in 1866 Johanna married Wenzel Edlbeck; he was age 21, she was 20. They immigrated to America in 1888 with their two oldest sons when Johanna was age 42.
The rest of the family followed later when they could afford the cost of transport.
Wenzel & Johanna initially settled at Bessemer, MI; about two years later they came to Wausaukee, WI. They resided here for three years when they settled on a farm in Montpelier (Township) in Kewaunee, County where they live for almost twenty years. By 1910 had moved to back to Wausaukee, where they finished out their lives.
-o- Joseph George (1867-1945)
-o- Emil (1873-1929)
-o- Anton James (1874-1916)
-o- James Joseph Jr. (1876-1950)
-o- Louis Michael (1877-???)
-o- Gilbert James (1879-1963)
-o- Frances ["Fannie"] (1883-1902)
-o- Frank J. (1885-1907)
A homemaker, farmer's wife & mother of eight, Johanna died in January 1928 in Wausaukee.
NOTE: the family surname has been captured as both EDLBECK &/or EDLEBECK. Wenzel is the Czech equivalent to James...a both names show up in official records.
Wenzel Edlebeck (1845 - 1934)*
Joseph George Edlbeck (1867 - 1945)*
Emil Edlbeck (1873 - 1929)*
Gilbert James Edlbeck (1879 - 1963)*
Wausaukee Evergreen Cemetery
Created by: Peter Joseph ("PJ") Brau...
Record added: May 10, 2012
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