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201 Mike and Margaret resided on a farm in the town of Meeme until 1903 when they moved to School Hill and operated a meat market. In 1912 they moved to a farm near Cleveland and three years later, they moved to Sheboygan to make their permanent home.

Mike and Florence resided in the Sheboygan area until 1935, when they moved to Milwaukee, where he worked for a packing plant until his retirement in 1958. 
CARBERRY, Michael
 
202 Ellsworth Kastell changed his name to Ellsworth Castell - it is not known when that took place. CASTELL, Ellsworth L
 
203 Robert Caves died in a car accident April 12, 1992. CAVES, Robert
 
204 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
205 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
206 Anna Maria, or Mary, (Coblenz) Bastian was a half sister to Elizabeth Coblenz Maurer. Anna Maria worked for Osthoff's Hotel at the bath house during the summer. She took care of the changing rooms where guests changed into their swim suits immediately before going to the beach. You didn't wear your swim suit around the hotel. This bath house was in close proximity to the Pavilion that Sadie and Robert Maurer operated for Osthoff's during the summer. Anna Maria's husband, Ludwig Bastian, also worked for Osthoff's Hotel as a grounds-keeper and caretaker during the summer and doing general maintenance during the winter months. There was some relationship between Ludwig Bastian and the Osthoff family.

Their second child, Alice, married Nick Zorn and continued to live out her life in the same home in which her parents lived adjacent to Osthoff's on East St. 
COBLENZ, Anna Maria
 
207 Cause of death carcenoma of esophagus. COBLENZ, Anna Maria
 
208 Anna Maria Coblenz left her parents and twelve brothers and sisters in Weiler, Germany at the time that Ambrose Breckheimer invited her to come to the United States to become his bride. We have assumed that Henry Breckheimer came to the States with Ambrose's future wife, as Henry bought his farm in the Town of Rhine in August of 1854, right about the same time that Ambrose and Anna Maria were married. That would have been a very scary trip for Anna Maria to make alone, as there was very poor travel conditions in 1854. There were no trains going into Wisconsin at all. It is assumed that they took a boat and came as far as Sheboygan and were met there by Ambrose.
Several years later, Anna Maria and Ambrose Breckheimer had her younger brother John Koblenz come to the States from Weiler with his wife and family. They lived in Elkhart Lake their entire lives in Wisconsin. 
COBLENZ, Anna Marie
 
209 Mary Ann Coblenz was baptized Anna Maria Coblenz but was always called "Mary". She was baptized in Weiler Germany. She came to America in 1883, directly to Elkhart Lake WI
Their home, one of the oldest in the village is still standing and used as a home in the year 2015. Together, they helped finance the first Catholic Church and the first school. The church has now been razed and a new one replaced it. 
COBLENZ, Anna Marie
 
210 Bernard Koblenz fell in the war with Napoleon in Metz, France, during the Franco-Prussian War. COBLENZ, Bernard
 
211 Philipp was a Baker in Germany, and most of the Koblenz family were bakers.
The Koblenz history begins about 1745 with the birth of Johann Wilhelm Koblenz who married Anna Maria Gertrude Schlosser 8 Oct. 1769. Helen Kautzer located the history up to Philipp Koblenz, and another relative who is related to the Koblenz family, John Maurer, did extensive research into Germany, and gave me a copy which I translated into English for him. The 'Koblenz' name is spelled ''Coblenz' in Germany, and Koblenz in America. 
COBLENZ, Philipp
 
212 Adam Coblenz died an accidental death at the age of 21 years. COBLENZER, Adam
 
213 The Coblenz name has several spellings in the early records, but it is always spelled with a "C" in the German records, and always spelled with a "K" in the American records. COBLENZER, J. Mathias
 
214 Mathias Conrad worked in Waldalgesheim from the 29th of September 1635 to 16 Jan. 1636. CONRAD, Mathias
 
215 Peter Conrad was the last administrator or manager of the Monastery in Bingerwald. (Earlier a Roman Estate farmer). He worked in Waldalgesheim from 6 August 1577 to 31 August 1601. The Conrad Coat of Arms includes a man with a full beard, a university graduated professor with a golden beret on his head. On the right is a golden owl, and on the left is a golden closed book. The owl represents wisdom and the golden closed book which is held close to his heart signifies his love of justice and fairness. Running across the shield is the Rhine River, which runs near where Peter Conrad lived. The wheat and scythe represent all the Tribunal from 27 September 1635 to 16 Jan. 1636.
Marriage Notes for PETER CONRAD and UNKNOWN:
Peter Conrad was the last manager of the Klosters, (Monastery or Nunnery) in Bingenwald. He then worked in Waldalgesheim from the6th of August 1577 to 31 August 1601.
Most of these German records were taken from the Family Tree book of the Conrad family from
Waldalgesheim which was written and searched by Karl Conrad of Waldalgesheim, a retired School
teacher. 
CONRAD, Peter
 
216 Phillip Martin Conrad and Agnes Sturm had 10 children born to them, only five lived. CONRAD, Phillip Martin
 
217 Wilhelm also known as William Conrad was born during the thirty years war - about 1629. He lived through other wars and the PEST in the years 1666-1668, and died 22 Feb. 1715 in Waldalgesheim when he was 86 years old. He worked in the last Convent (Klosters) in Bingerwald. CONRAD, William I
 
218 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
219 Robert Cowan was a watchmaker and jeweler. COWAN, Robert
 
220 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
221 Julius Was struck by an auto and died in Milwaukee County Emergency Hospital. DAHLMANN, Julius
 
222 It is believed that she was baptized Aloysiam Christianam Elizabethan. DAHLMANN, Louisa
 
223 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
224 The Daily's came to America, from Ireland before 1840, as Jane was born in Rochester, N.Y. The Daily's were Presbyterians. Jane had a twin brother who was listed as insane in the 1880 Census. I imagine he was retarded, which they didn't know about in the early years. DAILY, John
 
225 Charles Dallmann was also known as Carl Dallmann. He was a farmer and he died of Brights disease. Information from the Washington County death record DALLMANN, Charles
 
226 Julius was struck by an auto and died at the Milwaukee County Emergency hospital in Milwaukee, WI. DALLMANN, Julius
 
227 Louise was baptized "Aloysia Christiana Elizabetha, Geneva". DALLMANN, Louise
 
228 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
229 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
230 Helen was the 13th child of Mathias Dimmer & Magdalen Prom. DIMMER, Helen
 
231 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
232 Merry Jo brought four sons and 2 daughters into the marriage. DUFECK, Merry Jo
 
233 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
234 Louise Kestell had been employed at Elkhart Lake Post Office for 11 years, and was then employed at the Bank of Elkhart Lake, where she had worked until her retirement in 1989. EDLER, Louise Ann
 
235 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
236 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
237 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
238 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
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241 Case of death Malignant Melanoma ELFNER, Thomas William
 
242 Eugene was an Add Manager for the Chicago Daily News. ELLIS, Eugene
 
243 Eva & Peter had 6 children. EMMERINGER, Eva
 
244 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
245 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
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248 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
249 General Manager of Precision Machine Align. Inc. ETTLIE, Gregory Arthur
 
250 Owner-President - Precision Machine Alignment Inc. ETTLIE, Joseph
 

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