Mary Magdalene <I>Klug</I> Asbra

Mary Magdalene Klug Asbra

Birth
Dubuque County, Iowa, USA
Death 17 May 1934 (aged 74)
Cedar County, Nebraska, USA
Burial Wynot, Cedar County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID 79866090 · View Source
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SS. Philip and James Catholic Church History, pg. 62

FERDINAND AND MARY MAGDALENE (KLUG) ASBRA FAMILY

Ferdinand was born in Prussia on February 20, 1855. His wife, Mary Magdalene (Klug), was born in 1859 in Dubuque County, Iowa. They were the parents of 11 children. They were Rose (Mrs. Gus Buschelman), Millie (Mrs. Jack Jones), Lucy (Mrs. George Scholl), Leona (Lonnie) (Mrs. Mark Loftus), Steve (Mary Bergman), John (Clara Wiechelman), Otto (Theresa Buschelman), Joe (Amanda Bergman), Bruno (Peggy Francisca). Two children died at a very early age.

They lived north and east of St. James on what was then called the Rattle Snake Ranch. Later they moved to Wynot.

In March, 1906, Ferdinand Asbra donated a side altar for the SS. Philip and James Church and Stations of the Cross.

Ferdinand died on April 6, 1933 at Wynot. Mary Magdalene died in 1934.

Submitted by Val Backman.


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  • Created by: Jane Marie Morrison
  • Added: 4 Nov 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 79866090
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Mary Magdalene Klug Asbra (14 Sep 1859–17 May 1934), Find A Grave Memorial no. 79866090, citing Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Wynot, Cedar County, Nebraska, USA ; Maintained by Jane Marie Morrison (contributor 46857866) .