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Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Brown, Kewaunee and Door, Wisconsin, and containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

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Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Brown, Kewaunee and Door, Wisconsin, and containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Brown, Kewaunee and Door, Wisconsin, and containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Brown, Kewaunee and Door, Wisconsin, and containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Brown, Kewaunee and Door, Wisconsin, and containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

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Miss Adeline Lange, daughter of Herman and Anna (Meyer) Lange, and they immediately took up their residence with his parents


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Wis., Mr. Falck married Miss Mary Meyer, a native of that county, born April 16, 1859, a daughter of Frederick


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16, 1859, a daughter of Frederick and Sophia (Hasten) Meyer. The children resulting from this marriage were named George E.,


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living at home, Anna, Mrs. Nicholas Meyer, of Menasha, Wis. , Joseph, a farmer of De-Pere township, and Anton, of


Page 696

Miss Metha Meyer, daughter of Paul Meyer, and came to America in 1871, making his home in Manitowoc, county, Wis.,


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in 1804, was married to Miss Metha Meyer, daughter of Paul Meyer, and came to America in 1871, making his


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Mo. , Magdalena, wife of Herman Meyer, of Sedalia, Mo. , John, married and residing in Sedalia, and Lena, the


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his return from the army Mr. Meyer began working at the tinsmith trade in Port Washington, remaining thereuntil 1871, when


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of Austria, in which country Mrs. Meyer was also born. One child, Julia, Jiorn June 18, 1891, has come to


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Leo Meyer was born in Baden, Germany, where in the common schools he obtained a


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Mathias Meyer was educated in the public schools, receiving instruction in both the German and


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Meyer, Mathias 763


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Meyer, Leo 763