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Ühlein/Uihlein Family History - Chart

by Mike Reilly copyright 1995

Revised 08/17/2015

    The following chart depicts the Uihlein Family tree from 1688 up to 1972. The Uihlein name was Ühlein in Germany. The chart shows the family line up to the period when the Brothers came to America, when it was changed to Uihlein, or Uehlein in the case of some other family branches. (Editor's Note: The chart is incomplete but will be added to as information is received).

   This editor would appreciate further information regarding the Uihlein/Krug family. Additional Ühlein comes from Uehlein family genealogist Mary Lou Traffis.

   Regarding some confusion over Josef Benedikt Ühlein or Benedikt Josef Ühlein. According to Mary Lou Traffis -  "Over in Europe, the 1st name was the god parent name mostly or family handed down name. The 2nd or 3rd name would actually be the name they went by, such as August above.

    So if you look at Benedikt's family, his father was Josef and he had 1 brother Josef and Benedikt and other brothers all had Josef as middle name. So it was probably their baptismal name was Josef _____ and they all went by there 2nd name except for Josef who was named Josef .

    Very Confusing I know. It would kind of be like Josef Benedict Ühlein was Benedikt as in Josef  Ühlein's son. I hope I am explaining it well enough."

Much more information about the Uihlein name was recently added, thanks to Dr. Michael Uihlein of Germany; please refer to the Uhlein Index page 

Recently found information on www.FamilySearch.org  Ancestral Files supplied by Kenneth A. Pabst, 10616 N.E. 153rd., Bothell, WA., U.S.A. 98011 has provided much more data. I have scoured these files for this additional input; there is more to be found.

Descendants of Johann(es) Phillip Ühlein

Generation No. 1

 

1. JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1 ÜHLEIN was born 1688 in Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany, and died 1759 in Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany. He married ELISABETH. She was born Abt. 1692 in Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

Children of JOHANN(ES) ÜHLEIN and ELISABETH are:

i. MAGDALENA2 ÜHLEIN, b. 1718, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

ii. JOHANN ANTON ÜHLEIN, b. 1721, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

iii. URSULA ÜHLEIN, b. 1722, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

iv. JOHANNES ÜHLEIN`, b. 1723, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

v. BARBARA ÜHLEIN, b. 1724, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

vi. MARIA BARBARA ÜHLEIN, b. 1725, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

2. vii. JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL ÜHLEIN, b. 1727, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany; d. 1801.

viii. MARIA ELISABETH ÜHLEIN, b. 1730, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

Generation No. 2

 

2. JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2 ÜHLEIN (JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1727 in Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany, and died 1801. He married ELIZABETH MARIA EVA RAMBS (RAUMS) RAUBS 05 Feb 1753. She was born 1734, and died 1812.

More About JOHANN(ES) ÜHLEIN and ELIZABETH RAUBS:

Marriage: 05 Feb 1753

Children of JOHANN(ES) ÜHLEIN and ELIZABETH RAUBS are:

i. MAGDALENA3 ÜHLEIN, b. 1754.

ii. JOHANN VOLLMAR ÜHLEIN, b. 1755.

iii. ELISABETH ÜHLEIN, b. 1758, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

iv. GEORG C. ÜHLEIN, b. 1762, Trennfurt am Main, Obernburg, Germany.

v. JOHANN MICHAEL ÜHLEIN, b. 1762.

vi. GEORG ÜHLEIN, b. 1764.

3. vii. JOHANN(ES) GEORG ÜHLEIN, b. 1768, Trennfurt am Main; d. 24 Aug 1839.

viii. EVA ÜHLEIN, b. 1771.

4. ix. JOSEF ÜHLEIN, b. 07 Jan 1774, Trennfurt; d. 03 Oct 1834.

Generation No. 3

 

3. JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN (JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1768 in Trennfurt am Main, and died 24 Aug 1839. He married MARIA JOSEPHA ROHLEDER.

Child of JOHANN(ES) ÜHLEIN and MARIA ROHLEDER is:

5. i. JOHANNES4 UEHLEIN, b. 30 Oct 1808, Trennfurt am Main; d. 26 Jan 1881, Trennfurt.

4. JOSEF3 ÜHLEIN (JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 07 Jan 1774 in Trennfurt, and died 03 Oct 1834. He married ANNA MARIA WENGERTER Jan 1801 in Röllfeld. She was born 1776 in Röllfeld, and died 18 Mar 1839.

More About JOSEF ÜHLEIN and ANNA WENGERTER:

Marriage: Jan 1801, Röllfeld

Children of JOSEF ÜHLEIN and ANNA WENGERTER are:

i. WALDEMAR JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, b. 1801; d. 1806.

ii. ANNA REGINA ÜHLEIN, b. 1803; d. 1805.

iii. EVA REGINA ÜHELEIN, b. 1805; d. 1848.

iv. JOSEF VOLMAR ÜHLEIN, b. 1808; d. 1813.

v. JOHANNES ÜHLEIN, b. 1810; d. 1853.

6. vi. BENEDIKT JOSEF ÜHLEIN, b. 11 Oct 1813; d. 22 Oct 1874.

vii. HEINRICH JOSEF ÜHLEIN, b. 1815; d. 1841.

viii. FRANZ JOSEF ÜHLEIN, b. 1817; d. 1817.

ix. MARIA KATHATHINA ÜHLEIN, b. 1819; d. 1855.

x. UNK ÜHLEIN, b. 1820; d. 1820, Stillborn.

Generation No. 4

 

5. JOHANNES4 UEHLEIN (JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 30 Oct 1808 in Trennfurt am Main, and died 26 Jan 1881 in Trennfurt. He married (1) KATHERINA JOSEPHA ZÖLLER 08 Feb 1830 in Wörth am Main, daughter of JOHANN ZÖLLER and ANNA LUDWIG. She was born 20 Oct 1803 in Wörth, and died 01 Jan 1855 in of "Hydrops" (dropsy). He married (2) MARIA UHRIG 23 Apr 1861 in Kloster Engelberg, daughter of DOMINIKUS UHRIG. She was born 11 Dec 1831 in Laudenbach, and died 03 Jan 1890.

More About JOHANNES UEHLEIN and KATHERINA ZÖLLER:

Marriage: 08 Feb 1830, Wörth am Main

More About JOHANNES UEHLEIN and MARIA UHRIG:

Marriage: 23 Apr 1861, Kloster Engelberg

Children of JOHANNES UEHLEIN and KATHERINA ZÖLLER are:

i. OTTO5 UEHLEIN, b. 21 Sep 1830.

7. ii. JOSEPHA (JOSEPHINE) UEHLEIN, b. 16 May 1832; d. 21 Apr 1906, Dixon, Illinois.

8. iii. MATHILDE UEHLEIN, b. 07 Jul 1834; d. 29 Dec 1921, Ironton, Ohio.

iv. HUGO UEHLEIN, b. 24 Apr 1837.

v. FRANCISCA UEHLEIN, b. 14 Oct 1839.

vi. WILHELMINA UEHLEIN, b. 18 Aug 1842; m. (1) DUNKEL; b. Bergtheim; m. (2) ?, 1885, Frankfurt.

More About ? and WILHELMINA UEHLEIN:

Marriage: 1885, Frankfurt

9. vii. AUGUST UEHLEIN, b. 29 Sep 1846; d. 01 Aug 1921.

6. BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN (JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 11 Oct 1813, and died 22 Oct 1874. He married KATHERINA (KATHARINE) JOSEPHA KRUG 20 Apr 1841 in Miltenberg, Germany, daughter of GEORG KRUG and ANNA LUDWIG. She was born 20 Jun 1820, and died 28 Dec 1867.

Notes for BENEDIKT JOSEF ÜHLEIN:

Regarding some confusion over Josef Benedikt Ühlein or Benedikt Josef Ühlein. According to Mary Lou Traffis - "Over in Europe, the 1st name was the god parent name mostly or family handed down name. The 2nd or 3rd name would actually be the name they went by, such as August above.

So if you look at Benedikt's family, his father was Josef and he had 1 brother Josef and Benedikt and other brothers all had Josef as middle name. So it was probably their baptismal name was Josef _____ and they all went by there 2nd name except for Josef who was named Josef .

Very Confusing I know. It would kind of be like Josef Benedict Ühlein was Benedikt as in Josef  Ühlein's son. I hope I am explaining it well enough."

More About BENEDIKT ÜHLEIN and KATHERINA KRUG:

Marriage: 20 Apr 1841, Miltenberg, Germany

Children of BENEDIKT ÜHLEIN and KATHERINA KRUG are:

10. i. GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5 UIHLEIN, b. 25 Aug 1842, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 11 Oct 1911.

11. ii. JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY) UIHLEIN, b. 13 May 1844, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 22 Apr 1922.

12. iii. GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH UIHLEIN, b. 1845, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 1921.

13. iv. CHARLES (KARL OR CARL) MICHAEL UIHLEIN, b. 08 Oct 1847, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 18 Dec 1915.

14. v. ANNA UIHLEIN, b. 01 Jan 1850, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 01 Jan 1932.

15. vi. ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE UIHLEIN, b. 17 Apr 1852, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 21 Feb 1935.

vii. GUSTAV "GEORGE C." UIHLEIN, b. May 1854, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany (Source: (Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911).); d. 11 Nov 1870.

More About GUSTAV "GEORGE C." UIHLEIN:

Burial: 12 Nov 1870, Forest Home Cemetary, Lot12 Block9 Section8 No5

Emigration: 1870, Baden; Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911

16. viii. ANNA MARIA LAURA UIHLEIN, b. 1857, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 1943.

17. ix. WILHEIM (WILLIAM) JOSEPH UIHLEIN, b. 11 Nov 1859, Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany; d. 31 Mar 1932, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Generation No. 5

 

7. JOSEPHA (JOSEPHINE)5 UEHLEIN (JOHANNES4, JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 16 May 1832, and died 21 Apr 1906 in Dixon, Illinois. She married FRANZ ALOIS ZÖLLER 05 Oct 1859. He was born 02 Jun 1838 in Röllfeld, and died 27 Nov 1814.

More About FRANZ ZÖLLER and JOSEPHA UEHLEIN:

Marriage: 05 Oct 1859

Children of JOSEPHA UEHLEIN and FRANZ ZÖLLER are:

i. FERDINAND AUGUST6 ZÖLLER, b. 19 Jun 1859.

More About FERDINAND AUGUST ZÖLLER:

Baptism: 23 Jun 1859

Emigration: 1861, Dixon, Illinois

ii. HARRY ZÖLLER.

iii. LOUIS ZÖLLER.

iv. EDWARD ZÖLLER.

v. ANNIE ZÖLLER.

vi. HELENA ZÖLLER.

vii. LOUISE ZÖLLER.

8. MATHILDE5 UEHLEIN (JOHANNES4, JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 07 Jul 1834, and died 29 Dec 1921 in Ironton, Ohio. She married LEO EBERT 1858. He was born 28 Jan 1837 in Klingenburg, and died 22 Feb 1908 in Ironton, Ohio.

More About MATHILDE UEHLEIN:

Baptism: 08 Jul 1834

Emigration: 1859, Cincinnati, Ohio

Residence: Aft. 1859, Ironton, Ohio

More About LEO EBERT and MATHILDE UEHLEIN:

Marriage: 1858

Child of MATHILDE UEHLEIN and LEO EBERT is:

i. WILHELMINA STEPHANIA6 EBERT, b. in a renown hospital in Wurzburg.

9. AUGUST5 UEHLEIN (JOHANNES4, JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 29 Sep 1846, and died 01 Aug 1921. He married ELISABETH COLOMBARA 24 Sep 1878. She was born Abt. 1856 in Bensheim, and died 28 Jan 1890.

More About AUGUST UEHLEIN:

Emigration: 1883, Cleveland, Ohio

More About AUGUST UEHLEIN and ELISABETH COLOMBARA:

Marriage: 24 Sep 1878

Children of AUGUST UEHLEIN and ELISABETH COLOMBARA are:

18. i. MATHILDA6 UEHLEIN, b. Cleveland, Ohio.

ii. CARL UEHLEIN, b. Abt. 1879, Germany.

iii. ANNA MARIA UEHLEIN, b. Cleveland, Ohio.

10. GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 25 Aug 1842 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 11 Oct 1911. He married EMILY WERDEHOFF 20 Apr 1872 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, daughter of HENERICH WERDEHOFF and CHARLOTTE JUERGENS. She was born 05 Mar 1851, and died 04 Aug 1910.

Notes for GEORG KARL "AUGUST" UIHLEIN:

I. August Uihlein - (August 25, 1842-October 11, 1911 FHC 35-36), son of Josef Benedikt Ühlein and Katherina Krug. Attended St. Louis University (1855-1857), employed at Uhrig Brewery (St. Louis) 1857-1867. Returned to Milwaukee in 1867. Became Secretary and Chairman of the Board from 1874-1911. Interested in blooded racing stock (and with the help of brothers Henry and Alfred), had a large (1,200 acres) stock farm at Truesdell (among its residents was a $25,000 horse named Alcazar ), near Kenosha (by 1900, they had 2,000 trotting horses there and on farms located in Fox Point, Sussex, and at Humboldt and Capitol); owner of the famous trotting horse, "The Harvester" (bought the horse in Kentucky and had it trained in Tennessee by E.F. "Pop" Geers. As a five year old, it set a world record for stallions by trotting a mile in 2:01 in Columbus, Ohio, causing much excitement among race fans. August once turned down a $100,000 offer for the horse but turned around and allowed a tobacco company to name a cigar after it. 9-1). August died while visiting in Germany .(Question- Check if he was a member of the National Breeders Association ?) Had the following children; Clara and Anna, born in 1872 and died same year (find out if a epidemic occurred that year or was it a sudden infant death syndrome type of death.), Ida, Joseph E., Paula, Thekla, Robert A., and Erwin C..

More About GEORG UIHLEIN and EMILY WERDEHOFF:

Marriage: 20 Apr 1872, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of GEORG UIHLEIN and EMILY WERDEHOFF are:

i. CLARA6 UIHLEIN, b. 15 Jan 1873; d. 27 Aug 1873.

More About CLARA UIHLEIN:

Date born 2: 13 Jan 1872

ii. ANNA UIHLEIN, b. 15 Jan 1873; d. 20 Aug 1873.

19. iii. IDA CHARLOT UIHLEIN, b. 24 Oct 1874, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 31 Jul 1968, Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

20. iv. JOSEPH EDGAR UIHLEIN, SR., b. 23 Dec 1875, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Jan 1968.

v. PAULA UIHLEIN, b. 13 Aug 1877, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 16 May 1968.

21. vi. THEKLA UIHLEIN, b. 15 Jun 1879, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 1947.

22. vii. ROBERT A. UIHLEIN, SR., b. 26 Jan 1883, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 13 May 1959.

23. viii. ERWIN CHARLES UIHLEIN, SR., b. 18 Apr 1886; d. 20 Oct 1968.

11. JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 13 May 1844 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 22 Apr 1922. He married HELENE AUGUSTINE KREUTZER Abt. 1870 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born 04 Oct 1849 in Bonn, Germany, and died 31 Jan 1921.

Notes for JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY) UIHLEIN:

I. Henry Uihlein - (May 13, 1844 - April 22,1922 FHC 32-33). Came to the U.S. in 1862 and worked in St. Louis and Leavenworth, Kansas before coming to work for Schlitz in 1871; elected president of Schlitz in 1875, retired in 1917. Married Helene Kreutzer of Leavenworth and had the following children, August E., Emma, Adele, Laura, George E., Meta, and Herman A..

More About HELENE AUGUSTINE KREUTZER:

Date born 2: 1842, ?

Died 2: 31 Jan 1931, ?

More About JOHANN UIHLEIN and HELENE KREUTZER:

Marriage: Abt. 1870, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of JOHANN UIHLEIN and HELENE KREUTZER are:

24. i. AUGUST E.6 UIHLEIN, b. 1871; d. 1937.

25. ii. EMMA UIHLEIN, b. Feb 1873; d. 1939.

26. iii. LAURA UIHLEIN, b. 14 Oct 1877; d. 1967.

iv. ADELHARD ADELE UIHLEIN, b. 10 Feb 1879; d. 10 Jul 1892, Vol. 16 Page 183 Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About ADELHARD ADELE UIHLEIN:

Date born 2: 10 May 1873, ?

v. GEORGE EDWARD UIHLEIN, b. 25 Nov 1880; d. 20 May 1950; m. (1) CLARA POST, 15 Apr 1924, No Children; m. (2) FRANCES MARGARET HIGGINS (LAACKE) /UIHLEIN/PHEIF, 22 Dec 1928, New York City, NY - No Children.

Notes for GEORGE EDWARD UIHLEIN:

Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 6: September, 1961-August, 1964. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1965. (BioIn 6)

The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 45. New York: James T. White & Co., 1962. Reprint. Volumes 1-50. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1967-1971. Use the Index to locate biographies. (NatCAB 45)

More About GEORGE UIHLEIN and CLARA POST:

Divorce: 1926

Marriage: 15 Apr 1924, No Children

More About GEORGE UIHLEIN and FRANCES /UIHLEIN/PHEIF:

Marriage: 22 Dec 1928, New York City, NY - No Children

27. vi. META UIHLEIN, b. 11 Jul 1884, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 01 Mar 1966.

28. vii. HERMANN ALFRED UIHLEIN, SR., b. 15 Apr 1886, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 13 Mar 1942.

12. GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1845 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 1921. He married AUGUSTA MANNS 28 Jan 1875 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

Notes for GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH UIHLEIN:

Much of the memoirs was devoted to Uihlein’s boyhood in Wertheim, Germany, and to his apprenticeship in a general store in Miltenberg, Germany that ended with Uihlein’s move to the United States (St. Louis, first, and, then, Chicago) in 1864, at the age of nineteen, traveling with members of his mother’s family (the Krugs of Miltenberg). Both Miltenberg and Wertheim are on the Main River, a short distance from Würzburg, in Franconia in South Germany, not far from Frankfurt-am-Main. The Main River has, since 1992, with the completion of a new Main Canal connecting the upper reaches of the Main River with the upper reaches of the Danube (Donau) River, in the Eastern portion of Bavaria, become a far more active route for the bulk transport of commodities than has been the case for many years - the cause being the construction of vastly enlarged new locks and a substantial deepening of the channels of the rivers and a new route for the canal, creating the Rhine/Main/Danube Canal route by which barge traffic from the North Sea (Amsterdam, etc.) to the Black Sea is feasible. In turn, the tourist industry has caused the construction of "hotel boats" that take advantage of the attractiveness of slow travel through fine scenery and stunning Medieval towns, especially from Mainz, Germany, to Vienna, Austria. Edward Uihlein was born in Wertheim-am-Main in 1845, moved to Miltenberg (his mother’s home town) in 1862, for an apprenticeship, emigrated to the United States in 1864, crossing by rail from New York to Chicago during The American Civil War (of which he makes no mention, whatsoever, in his memoirs, settling, after a short visit with his mother’s family in Milwaukee, in St. Louis. Prior to The Great Chicago Fire of October, 1871, he opened and, personally, operated a branch of his St. successful Louis business in Chicago, where its location on the West Side of the Chicago River meant that it escaped damage from the Fire. As of January 1, 1872, he was persuaded by Mr. Joseph Schlitz, an uncle by marriage to become the "Agent" for the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., in which role he and his brothers prospered to the point that, by 1890, he was recognized to be a quite prominent civically active German-American Chicagoan.

Encyclopedia of American Biography. New Series. Volume 11. New York and West Palm Beach, FL: The American Historical Society, 1940. Use the Index to locate biographies. (EncAB-A 11) Biography contains portrait.

The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 23. New York: James T. White & Co., 1933. Reprint. Volumes 1-50. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1967-1971. Use the Index to locate biographies. (NatCAB 23)

More About GUSTAV UIHLEIN and AUGUSTA MANNS:

Marriage: 28 Jan 1875, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of GUSTAV UIHLEIN and AUGUSTA MANNS are:

29. i. OLGA6 UIHLEIN, b. 29 Apr 1879, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. 1971.

30. ii. CLARA UIHLEIN, b. May 1876, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. 1956.

31. iii. EDGAR JOHN UIHLEIN, SR., b. 30 Jun 1877; d. 1956.

iv. RICHARD UIHLEIN, b. 1880, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. 1884.

32. v. ELLEA (ELLA) UIHLEIN, b. 19 May 1886; d. 1960.

33. vi. MELITA UIHLEIN, b. Aug 1897, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. 1919.

13. CHARLES (KARL OR CARL) MICHAEL5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 08 Oct 1847 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany (Source: (Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911).), and died 18 Dec 1915. He married EMMA MANNS 01 Mar 1878 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She was born 28 Feb 1858, and died 19 Aug 1946.

Notes for CHARLES (KARL OR CARL) MICHAEL UIHLEIN:

I. Charles M. Uihlein - (October 8, 1847 - December 18, 1915 FHC 27-33), son of Josef Benedikt Ühlein and Katherina Krug. Superintendent of the Schlitz Bottling Works for a few years before he retired in 1887, becoming a world traveler and art collector. He married Emma Manns of St. Louis whose sister married his brother Edward G.. They had, Arthur C., Anna, and Oscar.

More About CHARLES (KARL OR CARL) MICHAEL UIHLEIN:

Emigration: 1866, Baden; Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911

More About CHARLES UIHLEIN and EMMA MANNS:

Marriage: 01 Mar 1878, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of CHARLES UIHLEIN and EMMA MANNS are:

i. ARTHUR CHARLES6 UIHLEIN, b. 08 Jan 1879, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 18 Nov 1933; m. BLANCHE VAN BRUNT REILLY, no children.

More About ARTHUR UIHLEIN and BLANCHE REILLY:

Marriage: no children

ii. ANNA CATHARINA SOPHIA UIHLEIN, b. 15 Dec 1879, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 14 Dec 1900; m. AUGUST BECK, 14 Nov 1900, no children.

More About AUGUST BECK and ANNA UIHLEIN:

Marriage: 14 Nov 1900, no children

34. iii. OSCAR LOUIS UIHLEIN, b. 02 Aug 1882, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 12 Jun 1942.

14. ANNA5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1850 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 01 Jan 1932. She married HERMANN GROHMANN. He was born 01 Jan 1846, and died 01 Jan 1909.

More About ANNA UIHLEIN:

Emigration: 1901, immigrated to Canada in 1880, age 51 (was this Anna Grohmann?) (Source: 1901 Census of Canada: Province of Quebec, National Archives of Canada: Microfilm reel No. T-6527, District 163 - Laval, Sub-District C1 - Longue Pointe, page 6.)

Children of ANNA UIHLEIN and HERMANN GROHMANN are:

35. i. LAURA6 GROHMANN, b. 22 Jan 1876, Marktbeit; d. 11 May 1948, Fulda.

36. ii. AUGUST GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1880.

37. iii. HELENE GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1885.

15. ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 17 Apr 1852 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany (Source: (Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911).), and died 21 Feb 1935. He married ANNA PILGER 26 Oct 1875 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, daughter of WILHELM PILGER and MARIA WEINERTH. She was born 15 Jan 1854 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA., and died 04 Oct 1933.

Notes for ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE UIHLEIN:

Came to the U.S. in 1867, working first in St. Louis and later in Leavenworth, Kansas before joining Schlitz in 1871. After Schlitz's death he became superintendent of the plant, and in 1917 he was named president, a post held during Prohibition. He was married to Anna Pilger of Milwaukee and had five children, Walter, Mathilde, William B., Herman, and Herbert E..

More About ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE UIHLEIN:

Emigration: 1867, Baden; Source Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911

More About ALFRED UIHLEIN and ANNA PILGER:

Marriage: 26 Oct 1875, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of ALFRED UIHLEIN and ANNA PILGER are:

i. WALTHER OSCAR6 UIHLEIN, b. 10 Sep 1876, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 22 Jul 1896.

38. ii. MATHILDE UIHLEIN, b. 06 May 1878, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 19 Jul 1944.

39. iii. WILLIAM BENEDICT UIHLEIN, b. 18 Jan 1880, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 28 Jul 1953.

iv. HERMANN RUDOLPH UIHLEIN, b. 12 Jun 1883; d. 1885.

v. HERBERT E. UIHLEIN, b. 01 May 1890, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 1947; m. (1) LEILA MANN, No Children; m. (2) MYRTLE ROBERTSON, No Children.

More About HERBERT UIHLEIN and LEILA MANN:

Divorce: Unknown

Marriage: No Children

More About HERBERT UIHLEIN and MYRTLE ROBERTSON:

Marriage: No Children

16. ANNA MARIA LAURA5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1857 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 1943. She married CHARLES WERDEHOFF 11 Oct 1879 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, son of HENERICH WERDEHOFF and CHARLOTTE JUERGENS. He was born 23 Feb 1849 in Illinois.

Notes for ANNA MARIA LAURA UIHLEIN:

I. Laura Uihlein Werdehoff - (1857-1943) daughter of Josef Benedikt Ühlein and Katherina, sister of August Krug. Married Charles Werdehoff, a Milwaukee businessman who became a Schlitz officer (his sister Emile, married Laura's brother August). They had two children, Anna, and Hedwig.

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Marriage: 11 Oct 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of ANNA UIHLEIN and CHARLES WERDEHOFF are:

i. ANNA6 WERDEHOFF, b. 11 Aug 1880, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 1948; m. HANS ROSSMAN, No Children; b. Abt. 1878.

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Marriage: No Children

40. ii. HEDWIG WERDEHOFF, b. 1882, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 1970.

17. WILHEIM (WILLIAM) JOSEPH5 UIHLEIN (BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 11 Nov 1859 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany, and died 31 Mar 1932 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He married ELIZABETH RAHTER 05 Jun 1888 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, daughter of HENRICH RAHTER and MARIA LAUENSTEIN. She was born 20 Aug 1865 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and died 03 Mar 1965.

Notes for WILHEIM (WILLIAM) JOSEPH UIHLEIN:

The William J. Uihlein Collection of Postage Stamps

by John B. Lundstrom, History Curator and Bernard R. Weber, History Volunteer

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is reprinted without illustrations from LORE magazine, a benefit of museum membership. © 1996 Milwaukee Public Museum, Inc.

It is doubtful that Rowland Hill fully realized the consequences of an idea he first suggested in 1837 to Her Majesty's Government. He thought that postal rates were too high and the whole system far too cumbersome. In those days a letter was still just a sheet of paper folded over, addressed and sealed. Then the rate had to be determined according to the distance to be traveled as well as the weight before the letter could be postmarked and sent on its way. The economy of a rapidly industrializing Britain would benefit hugely from a greater ease in circulating the post. Out of Hill's suggestion emerged the deceptively simple concept of a printed paper label with its own adhesive to be sold by the government and valid for the postage of a single letter throughout the country.

On 6 May 1840, Britain issued the first "postage stamp," a one penny (1d.) denomination printed in black. It proudly bore the portrait of young Queen Victoria. Following soon after was the two penny (2d.) in blue. Gummed on the reverse, they could easily be affixed to letters, but first they had to be cut from their sheets, as they were issued without perforations.

Postage stamps proved to be immensely successful. Within a few years other countries imitated the British. The first United States postage stamps, a red brown 5 cent depicting Benjamin Franklin and a black 10 cent with George Washington, appeared in 1847. By 1849 twelve countries or colonies had issued a total of 181 different stamps. These early designs were mainly portraits of sovereigns or deceased heroes, coats of arms, or even just plain numerals.

No one seemed to anticipate the fact that people would find the collecting of these utilitarian scraps of paper to be quite pleasurable and educational. Children were the first to discover stamp collecting, but not always for the same reasons which later made the hobby so popular. In 1841 a young English lady advertised for used postage stamps with which to wallpaper her room. Not until around 1860 did adults in any numbers take up stamp collecting or "philately," as it soon would be known. Collectors began sorting and cataloguing their stamps. The first United States stamp album appeared in 1863. Governments realized the potential for using stamp designs as official propaganda in order to convey a specific message. In April 1866, a year after his death, the United States released a 15 cent regular issue bearing the portrait of martyred President Abraham Lincoln. More and more nations and colonies created their own stamps, and the number of different issues grew astronomically. The hobby was well on its way to becoming one of the most popular avocations in the world.

One enthusiastic stamp collector was William J. Uihlein. Born in Germany, Uihlein migrated to Milwaukee in 1882 to join his brothers in the Schlitz Brewing Company. An expert on the use of yeast cultures in brewing, Uihlein rose to the post of second superintendent of the massive brewery. In 1910 ill health forced his retirement, but now he had the time to devote to his stamps. Fond of geography and history, he liked to collect stamps from all around the world. His goal was to secure as complete a collection as he could of the worldwide regular issues either in mint or used condition. He acquired only a relatively few covers, that is envelopes with the stamps still attached.

Uihlein was a real collector, genuinely fond of his stamps, and personally catalogued and mounted them into the albums. He was not merely an investor salting them away for future profit. What a marvelous collection he was able to amass! By 1928 it comprised 22 large albums with nearly 40,000 stamps. Uihlein owned a significant percentage of all of the major varieties of stamps issued worldwide up to that time. Estimates vary, but one source declared that from 1840 to 1928 the world's governments had released about 57,000 regular issues of stamps, not counting minor varieties or revenue stamps.

In May 1928 William Uihlein presented his magnificent philatelic collection to the Milwaukee Public Museum, where it became the William J. Uihlein Collection of Postage Stamps. In honor of his most generous gift and his acknowledged expertise in the field, the Museum Board of Trustees gladly appointed Uihlein Honorary Curator of Philately to oversee the collection. To properly house the new acquisition, Museum Assistant A. Joseph Gillan designed several special wooden exhibit cases modeled after those used by the U.S. National Museum in Washington D.C. They featured sliding framed glass panels, and into each Gillan mounted eight album pages, four to a side. Arranged alphabetically according to the issuing countries, the collection went on permanent display in the museum.

Only with a prodigious amount of research and the combing of the stocks of the world's largest or most specialized dealers could the Uihlein collection possibly be duplicated today. His collection is particularly strong in "classics," the pre-1900 stamps, many quite rare, which are so esteemed by modern philatelists. Now the mere thought of any single individual being able to accumulate a collection of all the stamps ever issued by all the nations of the world borders on the ludicrous. Long ago governments became philatelic businesses in order to raise revenue at the expense of stamp collectors. Indeed many small countries earn a hefty portion of their annual national budgets through the release every year of an increasing volume of new stamp issues. Tremendous numbers of stamps far in excess of actual needs have appeared, especially since World War II, and the flow continues unabated. Knowledgeable philatelic writers and experts estimate that approximately 400,000 regular issues of stamps have appeared to date. World issues in 1988 alone are expected to exceed 20,000 different stamps. That is equal to half the number of stamps in the entire original Uihlein Collection.

Uihlein worked with the collection until his death in 1932. Using funds he provided, the museum during the 1930s and early 1940s purchased stamps in a vain attempt to keep the collection somewhat up to date. It proved an impossible task because of cost and the effort to maintain anywhere near the degree of completeness in acquiring new issues as Uihlein was able to do during his collecting years. Even so, the space required to display these acquisitions made it necessary to reorganize the stamps on exhibit. In the late 1940s Curator George Herrl of the History Department compiled a detailed inventory of the collection and, over the span of several years he gradually removed all of the album pages from the panels. He obtained sheets of white rag paper, which for the time was very high quality, almost acid-free. These he cut to the size of the panels and upon them rehinged the stamps in chronological order. For aesthetic reasons and because of the size of the collection, Herrl had to omit spaces for many past issues which might not yet have been acquired. Once remounted in that fashion, the stamps were very well protected, but after 1950 the collection of necessity remained static. The way in which stamps were mounted and displayed, on sheets behind glass in large wooden frames, made it impossible to add new issued or to fill previous gaps without constantly having to shift significant portions of the collections. With the opening of the new museum in the mid 1960s, the stamp cases were exhibited on the second floor. In 1972 it was decided to devote that space to special exhibits, and the large stamp cases were moved to the secure storage area.

The renaissance, so to speak, of the Uihlein Collection began in 1982. That year the museum received as a donation from the estate of Mrs. Lavera Pohl the stamp collection of her late husband William. The collection, U.S. and worldwide, included many fine stamps, sheets and blocks, postal stationery and official postcards, and a number of important airmail covers. The question became how to integrate this material (and any such future donations) into the Uihlein collection. The vast numbers of individual stamps and the best ways to store and eventually to display them demanded careful consideration. The decision was made to go ahead and begin dismounting the sheets of stamps from their glass panels in the wooden display cases. That meant dealing with 600 panels or 1200 sheets, each with up to a hundred stamps or more.

Close examination has shown that the stamps have come through their years under glass completely undamaged, without fading. To insure their continued excellent preservation, the stamps are going into new Scott albums featuring acid-free paper and are being individually mounted using the latest type of Mylar plastic stamp mounts rather than hinges. Because of this process, it is possible for the first time since the 1940s actually to curate the collection, to study and work with individual stamps. As the stamps go into the albums it is now possible to begin filling some of the holes for individual countries and to add issues which have been acquired since Herrl's time. From time to time small numbers of postage stamps have gone on display in the museum. In 1982, in honor of the American Philatelic Society's national convention held in Milwaukee, some of William Uihlein's rarest stamps were placed on temporary display in the museum lobby.

The whole process of remounting the original collection and integrating more recent acquisitions has and will continue to take years to complete. However, in time to honor the 60th anniversary of the museum's acquiring of the Uihlein Collection, a major milestone has been attained. The United States stamps, the largest single subdivision of the collection proper, have been brought up to date through donations and remounted into five large albums. The principle guidebook for catalogue numbering has been, as it was for William, the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue, issued each year since 1863, and now supplemented by the Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps, in its 65th edition.

On the reverse of many of his stamps, Uihlein often wrote lightly in pencil the catalogue numbers and the prices he paid for them, which have risen a great deal since then. Interestingly, some of his catalogue numbers are no longer valid today. During the remounting process it has been necessary to recatalogue portions of the U.S. collection, particularly the revenue stamps. In the late 1930s Scott's catalogue editors renumbered and regrouped several hundreds of the revenue stamps to list them in the sequence of date of issue rather than their previous classification in groups determined by the color or type of paper on which the stamps had been printed.

Nearly complete in its sequence of the normal issues and including many rare varieties, the Uihlein Collection's U.S. stamps are a wonderful tool with which to study the philatelic history of America. Aside from the chronological sequence of the so-called definitives, commemoratives, airmails, embossed envelopes, postcards, parcel post, coils, booklets, etc. used for regular postage, the collection includes many sheets, plate blocks and first day covers. The collection well illustrates many of the ways in which the government raised money through the use of stamps. Revenue stamps taxed the drawing up of legal documents, stock transfers, liquor, playing cards, cigarettes, even potatoes. It also includes stamps used in American overseas possessions, such as Hawaii, the Canal Zone and the Philippines, plus a full mint set of the stamps issued in 1919 and 1922 for U.S. offices in Shanghai, China.

As fascinating as the design or historical significance of the stamps themselves is the diverse and quite frequently unorthodox manner in which citizens as well as postal employees used them on envelopes, packages and other items sent through the mail. For example, postmasters added their personal touch to the mail systems as demonstrated by the many special cancellations they applied to stamps as the mail passed through their post offices. These distinctive hand canceling devices were generally made from corks or fine grain hard wood blocks into one end of which was carved a configuration. These individual designs comprised such things as stars, concentric rings, grids, insects, animals or anything else subject to the whimsy of the carver's imagination. The Uihlein Collection includes a fine sampling of stamps bearing a wide variety of special cancellations applied in the late 1800s by postmasters.

Prior to 1845 all letters sent through the U.S. post were what philatelists describe as "stampless covers." They were postmarked according to their city of origin and date, and postmasters added the zone number and the notation "paid" or "due," depending on whether the sender or recipient were to pay the postage. Congress in 1845 set new postal rates for the entire country in anticipation of introducing federal postage stamps and authorized certain postmasters to issue their own printed stamps on an interim basis, known to collectors as "postmaster provisionals." The Uihlein Collection includes a fine example of the first postmaster provisional, a handsome 5 cent stamp with Washington's portrait, which appeared in July 1845 in New York City. Also present are the rarer 5 cent and 10 cent provisionals from Providence, Rhode Island.

On 1 July 1847 came the long awaited first U.S. issues, the red brown 5 cent Franklin and black 10 cent Washington, later catalogued as Scott Numbers 1 and 2. The same firm which produced the New York City provisionals received the contract for the new federal stamps. In common with other stamps of their time, they were not perforated. (Perforated U.S. stamps first appeared in 1857.) Their reception was less than overwhelming. One source has estimated that only 1.3 percent of the letters sent between 1847 and 1852 carried stamps. Replaced in 1851 with a new series of stamps reflecting much lower rates, Numbers 1 and 2 were declared invalid for postage, but they were far from forgotten. In 1875 for the upcoming Centennial Exposition, the Post Office Department prepared new plates and officially reproduced the venerable stamps. They also appeared in a souvenir sheet issued in 1947 to honor the first 100 years of U.S. postage stamps. Today Numbers 1 and 2 are the centerpiece of any comprehensive U.S. collection.

With but one exception the portraits of famous Americans dominated the U.S. stamps until the 1890s. In 1869 the National Bank Note Company produced the first U.S. pictorial issue, a very attractive series which included depictions of a postal rider, a locomotive, a steamship, the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and the landing of Christopher Columbus. The life of Columbus became the subject of arguably the finest set of U.S. commemoratives. For the 1893 Chicago World's Columbian Exposition which honored the 400th anniversary of Columbus' First Voyage, the Post Office issued 16 stamps with values from 1 cent to $5. For many years they were the last American stamps to be contracted to a private firm, in this case the American Bank Note Company. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing produced all U.S. issues until the 1960s when certain jobs proved beyond their technology or capacity to print.

Superb sets of commemoratives honored subsequent expositions. Among then were the 1898 Trans-Mississippi Exposition held in Omaha, the 1901 Pan-American (buffalo), and the 1904 Louisiana Purchase (St. Louis). In 1926 for the New York "International Philatelic Exhibition," the Post Office produced its first special souvenir sheet with 25 of the handsome 2 cent carmine rose White Plains issue. It was offered for sale only for a short period of time. Over the years many other similar souvenir sheets have followed and have proved highly popular with collectors. The 1986 AMERIPEX International Stamp Show held in Chicago featured four miniature sheets, each with nine 22 cent stamps. Together they depicted all presidents from George Washington through Lyndon Johnson.

The first devoted philatelist to become President was Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933, and he took a personal delight in controlling the Post Office Department. He had definite ideas as to the type of stamps he wanted and had no qualms about implementing them. On stamp designs and colors he had the final say. Stamps, he felt, were an ideal medium for his administration to convey many of its favorite themes. Unfortunately his first Postmaster General, former campaign manager James F. Farley, managed to commit a philatelic blunder of the highest order.

During the initial printings of new stamps, Farley customarily purchased and removed from the press room of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing several full sheets before gumming and perforating operations were performed. These inperforate sheets he then autographed, kept three for his children, and presented the others to the President and a number of cronies. Not at all knowledgeable about stamps, he was unaware he was unethically creating very rare and highly valuable stamp varieties available only to his family and friends. Finally in 1934 one of the imperforate sheets was offered on the market at a very high price. Widely publicized in the press, the existence of these "Farley's Follies" became known and infuriated millions of stamp collectors. Subsequent public pressure compelled the Post Office Department in 1935 to print and offer for public sale through its Philatelic Agency the controversial imperforate issued so that any collector could purchase them. These special issues were on sale only from March 15 through June 15, 1935. One of the "Farley's" was the 1934 3 cent Wisconsin Tercentenary issue depicting Jean Nicolet's landing at Green Bay in 1634.

One highly important series of U.S. stamps has been the airmails. The initial issue of these stamps, in May 1918, was an attractive 24 cent carmine stamp featuring a blue Curtiss Jenny biplane in the center. It was to be used for letters flown (with varying degrees of success) on the route between Washington and New York. Lowered airmail rates later that year soon rendered the stamp obsolete. Lacking only the celebrated 24 cent inverted Jenny error of 1918, the Uihlein Collection includes a copy of each of the 116 airmail stamps issued through 1987. They include the famous "Zeppelins" (Scott C13-15), a set of three (65 cent, $1.30, and $2.60) used in May 1930 for the first Europe-Pan American round trip flight of the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin and were on sale for only a limited time. The collection has them unused and on covers (envelopes) actually carried on the flights.

Errors such as the inverted Jenny (of which only 100 were accidentally released) hold great enthusiasm for stamp collectors and the public at large. The Uihlein Collection has a fine example of one of the more interesting U.S. stamp errors, "unlike any other committed at the Bureau before or since." It is the 1917 Washington 5 cent in carmine rather than blue. Correcting three individual stamps on plate 7942, one to be used to print a full sheet of 400 Washington 2 cent carmine stamps, a printer accidentally used the transfer roll for the 5 cent, identical except for the denomination. Thus three of the 400 stamps on that particular plate were marked 5 cents rather than 2 cents. The Post Office Department only noticed the error after about 50,000 sheets had been issued, but they managed to track down and destroy a good percentage of the offending stamps. The Uihlein Collection's 5 cent carmine error is the center stamp in a block of nine.

Another famous error occurred in 1962 with the issue of a 4 cent multicolor (black, brown, and yellow) commemorative honoring the late Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary General of the United Nations. The yellow background for at least 400 stamps (two full sheets) came out inverted. Two collectors in different parts of the country each discovered a pane (50 stamps) of the color errors and thought their fortunes were made. Unfortunately Postmaster General J. Edward Day, who snorted: "The Post Office Department is not running a jackpot operation," spoiled everything by ordering millions of the error to be printed. Today they are curios valued only two cents higher than the normal issue. Most stamp collectors did not favor the reprinting of that error. One wrote Day asking that the famous 24 cent inverted Jenny also be reprinted because he would like one for his collection! Because of the uproar, the Post Office Department has decided that if in the future an error on a few sheets accidentally reaches the public, they would not deliberately reprint that particular error.

In addition to the regular issues used for postage, the Uihlein Collection contains an excellent representation of the various revenue series. They first appeared in 1862 during the Civil War as a means of raising funds for the embattled federal government. They taxed documents recording various legal and financial transactions and proprietary rights, as well as certain goods such as playing cards and later some alcoholic beverages. Documentary revenue stamps were no longer needed after December 31, 1967. One particularly handsome item in the collection is the trial color proof of the 1873 $5 proprietary stamp (Scott RB-10) produced by J.R. Carpenter of Philadelphia. This extremely large green and black stamp is a masterpiece of the engraver's art. Only 2109 copies of the printed stamp were issued.

Also interesting are the newspapers and periodical stamps. The first issues, large and colorfully engraved stamps produced by the National Bank Note Company, appeared in late 1865. The 25 cent orange red is the first representation of Abraham Lincoln to appear on a U.S. stamp. Subsequent series, printed by the Continental Bank Note Company, concentrated on goddesses and other female symbols and included some of the more risqué representations to appear on American stamps. A later re-issue by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing rendered certain features less prominent on one of the figures.

As impressive as the U.S. stamps are, the comprise just a small part of the whole. Steady progress is being made to remount into albums the stamps of the many other countries, colonies, principalities, and postal entities represented therein. The philatelic history of each is reflected to a greater or lesser degree in the William J. Uihlein Collection of Postage Stamps. Our ultimate goal is to make the collection again accessible to the public, both through large temporary exhibits and also in a permanent designated philatelic area where small portions could be shown and rotated frequently. Only then will the stamps become the philatelic resource William Uihlein desired them to be when he gave them to the Milwaukee Public Museum.

I. William Joseph Uihlein - (October 18, 1859-March 31, 1932 FHC 35-33)), son of Benedikt Josef Ühlein and Katherina Krug. Came to the U.S. in 1882 and became a superintendent of Schlitz; he retired in 1910. Married Eliza Rahter of Fond du Lac and had three children, Martha and Hertha died in infancy, and Ralph A. born in 1897. From Ralph, two radiant children brought bright sunshine to fulfill the later stages of the grandparent's lives.

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Date born 2: 18 Oct 1859, Wirtheim, Hessen Nassau, Germany (Source: Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911.)

Emigration: 1882, Baden; Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911

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Marriage: 05 Jun 1888, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of WILHEIM UIHLEIN and ELIZABETH RAHTER are:

i. MARTHA6 UIHLEIN, b. 04 Jul 1889, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Died in infancy.

ii. HERTHA UIHLEIN, b. 05 Jul 1889, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Died in infancy.

41. iii. RALPH A. UIHLEIN, b. 19 Apr 1897; d. 24 Jan 1982.

Generation No. 6

 

18. MATHILDA6 UEHLEIN (AUGUST5, JOHANNES4, JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She married WIRTZ.

Child of MATHILDA UEHLEIN and WIRTZ is:

42. i. MARCELLA7 WIRTZ.

19. IDA CHARLOT6 UIHLEIN (GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 24 Oct 1874 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 31 Jul 1968 in Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin. She married FREDERICK AUGUST PABST, SR. 25 Mar 1896 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, son of FREDERICK PABST and MARIE BEST. He was born 03 Nov 1869 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 21 Jan 1958 in Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Marriage: 25 Mar 1896, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of IDA UIHLEIN and FREDERICK PABST are:

i. PAULINE7 PABST, b. 16 Dec 1898, Wisconsin; d. 11 Feb 1980, San Mateo, CA.; m. ? WURLITZER.

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Social Security Number: 564-78-5185

ii. FREDERICK AUGUST PABST JR., b. 12 Apr 1899, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 1977.

iii. RUDOLF PABST, b. 21 Sep 1900, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 09 Jul 1978.

iv. AUGUST UIHLEIN PABST, b. 30 Jul 1902, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin; d. 10 Nov 1934.

v. ROBERT PABST, b. 15 Jun 1905, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 21 May 1980.

vi. DAVID HUBERT PABST, b. 11 May 1913, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 10 Jan 1977.

vii. HARALD PABST, b. Unknown.

20. JOSEPH EDGAR6 UIHLEIN, SR. (GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 23 Dec 1875 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died Jan 1968. He married ILMA LOUISE VOGEL. She was born 26 Sep 1885, and died Jan 1983.

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Social Security Number: 387-07-9250

Children of JOSEPH UIHLEIN and ILMA VOGEL are:

i. LOUISE7 UIHLEIN.

ii. JOSEPH EDGAR UIHLEIN JR.

iii. JOHN UIHLEIN.

iv. ELIZABETH U. UIHLEIN, b. 08 Dec 1917, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 01 Oct 1984, Bridgeport, CT. (Source: Connecticut Death Index, 1949-96, 21190.); m. MATTHEW WHITEHEAD.

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Occupation: Housewife

Residence: 1555 Bur St., Fairfield, Fairfield, CT. 06430

v. DAVID UIHLEIN.

21. THEKLA6 UIHLEIN (GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 15 Jun 1879 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 1947. She married WILLIAM CHARLES FREDERICK BRUMDER 21 Nov 1901 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, son of GEORGE BRUMDER and HENRIETTE BRANDHORST. He was born 08 Oct 1868 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Marriage: 21 Nov 1901, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of THEKLA UIHLEIN and WILLIAM BRUMDER are:

43. i. ROBERT7 BRUMDER.

ii. THEKLA BRUMDER, b. 12 Oct 1908; d. 15 Jun 1991.

iii. WILLIAM GEORGE BRUMDER, b. 12 Dec 1901, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Oct 1976.

iv. EMILY THEKLA BRUMDER, b. 08 Oct 1903, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

v. FREDERICK AUGUST BRUMDER, b. 05 Sep 1906, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 02 May 1907, Vol. 35 Page 199, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

vi. KATHERINE BRUMDER, b. 29 Mar 1911.

22. ROBERT A.6 UIHLEIN, SR. (GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 26 Jan 1883 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 13 May 1959. He married MARY STEVENS ILSLEY 18 Sep 1913 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born 05 Oct 1894 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died Dec 1975 in Pomona, Los Angeles, CA..

More About MARY STEVENS ILSLEY:

Social Security Number: 398-44-1667

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Marriage: 18 Sep 1913, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of ROBERT UIHLEIN and MARY ILSLEY are:

44. i. ROBERT A.7 UIHLEIN, JR., b. 26 Mar 1916; d. 12 Nov 1976.

45. ii. MARY "POLLY" UIHLEIN, b. 1918, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

23. ERWIN CHARLES6 UIHLEIN, SR. (GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 18 Apr 1886, and died 20 Oct 1968. He married MARIE ZARWELL.

Notes for ERWIN CHARLES UIHLEIN, SR.:

Biographical Dictionary of American Business Leaders. By John N. Ingham. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1983. Use the Index to locate biographies. (BiDAmBL 83)

Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 4: September, 1955-August, 1958. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1960. (BioIn 4)

Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 8: September, 1967-August, 1970. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1971. (BioIn 8)

Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 10: September, 1973-August, 1976. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1977. (BioIn 10)

The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 54. New York: James T. White & Co., 1973. Use the Index to locate biographies. (NatCAB 54)

Who Was Who in America. Volume 5, 1969-1973. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1973. (WhAm 5)

Children of ERWIN UIHLEIN and MARIE ZARWELL are:

i. ERWIN CHARLES7 UIHLEIN, JR., b. 06 Jun 1946; d. 12 Nov 1968.

ii. PAULA UIHLEIN, m. MARK C. SCHLEICHER, Four children.

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Marriage: Four children

iii. ELENA UIHLEIN.

24. AUGUST E.6 UIHLEIN (JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1871, and died 1937. He married WILHELMINA "MINNIE" (GOILER) GEILER Abt. 1895 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born 1874, and died 1970.

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Marriage: Abt. 1895, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of AUGUST UIHLEIN and WILHELMINA GEILER are:

i. HENRY7 UIHLEIN II, b. 03 Feb 1896, New York; d. 08 Jun 1997, Riverside, CA.; m. SUZANNE MUMM.

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Social Security Number: 093-30-6913

ii. FREDERICK EDWARD UIHLEIN, b. 1897; d. 1950; m. (1) JANE GILLERT; m. (2) HELEN MCINTYRE; m. (3) EVELYN MACINTOSH.

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Divorce: Unknown

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None-Ending: Unknown

46. iii. ADELE UIHLEIN, b. 1899; d. 1996.

25. EMMA6 UIHLEIN (JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Feb 1873, and died 1939. She married JUDGE MORSE ROHNERT 20 Feb 1895 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was born 1871 in Wisconsin.

Notes for JUDGE MORSE ROHNERT:

I. Henry Uihlein - (May 13, 1844 - April 22,1922 FHC 32-33). Came to the U.S. in 1862 and worked in St. Louis and Leavenworth, Kansas before coming to work for Schlitz in 1871; elected president of Schlitz in 1875, retired in 1917. Married Helene Kreutzer of Leavenworth and had the following children, August E., Emma, Adele, Laura, George E., Meta, and Herman A..

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Marriage: 20 Feb 1895, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of EMMA UIHLEIN and JUDGE ROHNERT are:

i. ELEONORE7 ROHNERT.

ii. HELEN ROHNERT.

iii. KATHRYN ROHNERT.

26. LAURA6 UIHLEIN (JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 14 Oct 1877, and died 1967. She married DR. CHARLES E. ALBRIGHT 21 Nov 1899 in Tennessee, son of GEORGE ALBRIGHT and BARBARA THOMPSON. He was born 01 Jan 1867 in Tennessee, and died 14 Jun 1946.

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Marriage: 21 Nov 1899, Tennessee

Children of LAURA UIHLEIN and CHARLES ALBRIGHT are:

i. LORRAINE7 ALBRIGHT.

47. ii. MARION ALBRIGHT, b. 22 Jun 1909; d. 13 Aug 1997, Sturtevant, Wisconsin 53177.

iii. DAVID E. ALBRIGHT.

27. META6 UIHLEIN (JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 11 Jul 1884 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 01 Mar 1966. She married WALDEMAR STEFFEN JOHN KOPMEIER 21 Apr 1908 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, son of JOHN KOPMEIER and DOROTHEA GERMANHAUSEN. He was born 26 Dec 1882 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 05 Nov 1976 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About WALDEMAR STEFFEN JOHN KOPMEIER:

Social Security Number: 388-05-6930

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Marriage: 21 Apr 1908, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of META UIHLEIN and WALDEMAR KOPMEIER are:

48. i. JOHN HENRY7 KOPMEIER II, b. 1909.

ii. DOROTHY KOPMEIER, m. GORDON KUMMER.

iii. MARQUERILA (MARGUERITE) MARIE KOPMEIER, b. 11 May 1913, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 15 Jun 1981, San Diego, CA.; m. ? KNUDSON.

More About MARQUERILA (MARGUERITE) MARIE KOPMEIER:

Social Security Number: 398-44-3588

iv. ALICE KOPMEIER.

v. WILLIAM G. KOPMEIER, b. 17 Nov 1917.

28. HERMANN ALFRED6 UIHLEIN, SR. (JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 15 Apr 1886 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 13 Mar 1942. He married CLAUDIA GRACE HOLT 25 Feb 1911, daughter of JOHN HOLT and MARY SOFFE. She was born 09 Sep 1886 in South Jordan, Salt Lake, Utah, and died 14 Sep 1982.

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Marriage: 25 Feb 1911

Children of HERMANN UIHLEIN and CLAUDIA HOLT are:

49. i. HELEN7 UIHLEIN, d. 2002, St. John's Nursing Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

50. ii. MARY UIHLEIN, b. Abt. 1916; d. 19 Sep 2001.

51. iii. HERMAN ALFRED UIHLEIN, JR.

iv. CLAUDIA UIHLEIN, d. Bef. Sep 2001.

v. VIRGHIA (VIRGINIA) UIHLEIN, m. ROBERT MARTIN.

More About VIRGHIA (VIRGINIA) UIHLEIN:

Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Bozeman, Montana

vi. JOHN UIHLEIN, d. Bef. Sep 2001.

52. vii. HENRY H. UIHLEIN, SR., b. 1923.

29. OLGA6 UIHLEIN (GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 29 Apr 1879 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, and died 1971. She married HENRY BENEKE, SR. 25 Apr 1903 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. He was born Abt. 1875 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

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Marriage: 25 Apr 1903, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of OLGA UIHLEIN and HENRY BENEKE are:

i. KATHRYN7 BENEKE, b. Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

ii. EDWARD H. BENEKE, b. 26 Sep 1907, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. Jun 1968.

More About EDWARD H. BENEKE:

Social Security Number: 319-07-9086

iii. CLAIRE BENEKE, b. 22 Feb 1910, Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

iv. HENRY BENEKE, JR., b. 26 Nov 1911, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. 22 Feb 1992.

More About HENRY BENEKE, JR.:

Social Security Number: 319-07-9085

v. OLGA BENEKE, b. 14 Aug 1913, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; d. Feb 1991.

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Social Security Number: 324-26-1609

30. CLARA6 UIHLEIN (GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born May 1876 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, and died 1956. She married ALBERT O. TROSTEL, SR. 27 Dec 1905 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

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Marriage: 27 Dec 1905, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of CLARA UIHLEIN and ALBERT TROSTEL are:

53. i. ELINOR7 TROSTEL.

ii. ALBERT O. TROSTEL, JR.

iii. BEATRICE TROSTEL.

31. EDGAR JOHN6 UIHLEIN, SR. (GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 30 Jun 1877, and died 1956. He married PAULA HUCK 19 Jun 1911 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

Notes for EDGAR JOHN UIHLEIN, SR.:

Who Was Who in America. A component of "Who's Who in American History." Volume 3, 1951-1960. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1966. (WhAm 3)

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Divorce: Unknown

Marriage: 19 Jun 1911, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of EDGAR UIHLEIN and PAULA HUCK are:

54. i. PAULA HUCK7 UIHLEIN, b. 07 May 1912, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Sep 1986, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NM.

ii. EDGAR UIHLEIN, JR..

32. ELLEA (ELLA)6 UIHLEIN (GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 19 May 1886, and died 1960. She married EDWIN SEIPP, SR. 30 Jul 1913 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois.

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Marriage: 30 Jul 1913, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children of ELLEA UIHLEIN and EDWIN SEIPP are:

i. PAULINE7 SEIPP.

ii. EDWIN SEIPP, JR..

33. MELITA6 UIHLEIN (GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Aug 1897 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, and died 1919. She married WILLIAM SEIPP.

More About MELITA UIHLEIN:

Date born 2: 1893

Child of MELITA UIHLEIN and WILLIAM SEIPP is:

i. MELITA7 SEIPP.

34. OSCAR LOUIS6 UIHLEIN (CHARLES (KARL OR CARL) MICHAEL5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 02 Aug 1882 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 12 Jun 1942. He married ANNA LEIPPE.

Child of OSCAR UIHLEIN and ANNA LEIPPE is:

i. ALICE7 UIHLEIN, b. Abt. 1907.

35. LAURA6 GROHMANN (ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 22 Jan 1876 in Marktbeit, and died 11 May 1948 in Fulda. She married WILHELM STOEBER. He was born 03 Oct 1875 in Würzburg, and died 08 Nov 1936 in Mannheim.

Children of LAURA GROHMANN and WILHELM STOEBER are:

55. i. JULIANE7 STOEBER, b. 26 Feb 1909, Mannheim; d. 08 Jan 1998, Würzburg.

56. ii. LORLE STOEBER, b. 01 Jan 1905; d. 01 Jan 1943.

36. AUGUST6 GROHMANN (ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1880. He married LINE WILLIG.

Children of AUGUST GROHMANN and LINE WILLIG are:

i. HEINZ7 GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1916; d. 01 Jan 1938.

ii. ERNST GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1917; d. 01 Jan 1943.

57. iii. HERBERT GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1917.

37. HELENE6 GROHMANN (ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1885. She married KARL VANSELOW.

Children of HELENE GROHMANN and KARL VANSELOW are:

58. i. MARION7 VANSELOW, b. 01 Jan 1912.

ii. HERMANN VANSELOW, b. 01 Jan 1915; d. 01 Jan 1915.

iii. RALPH VANSELOW, b. 01 Jan 1922; d. 01 May 1922.

38. MATHILDE6 UIHLEIN (ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 06 May 1878 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 19 Jul 1944. She married ALBERT C. ELSER 18 Mar 1900 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was born 31 Aug 1871, and died 15 May 1942.

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Marriage: 18 Mar 1900, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of MATHILDE UIHLEIN and ALBERT ELSER are:

59. i. ALFRED UIHLEIN7 ELSER, SR., b. 11 Jun 1905; d. 13 Nov 1967.

ii. MARIANNE ELSER, b. 1918; d. 1994; m. GEORGE F. MARKHAM, JR..

Notes for GEORGE F. MARKHAM, JR.:

George F. Markham Jr. was the son of George F. Markham and Ruby Chandler; the father was president of Federal Pressed Steel and mother came from a stockbroker family. George F. Markham Jr. and Marianne lived in the former "Bullen Castle" estate on Oconomowoc Lake. Source: Oconomowoc: Barons to Bottleggers, by Barbara and David Barquist, 1999.

iii. ELIZABETH ELSER, b. Unknown; m. WALTER KASTEN.

iv. GERTRUDE ELSER, b. Unknown.

39. WILLIAM BENEDICT6 UIHLEIN (ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 18 Jan 1880 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 28 Jul 1953. He married MELITTA KUHLMEY Abt. 1907 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, daughter of ALBERT KUHLMEY and ANNA ORTMEYER. She was born 25 Apr 1883 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, and died 30 Nov 1970.

More About WILLIAM UIHLEIN and MELITTA KUHLMEY:

Marriage: Abt. 1907, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of WILLIAM UIHLEIN and MELITTA KUHLMEY are:

60. i. DR. ALFRED EUGENE7 UIHLEIN, b. 04 Apr 1908, Wisconsin; d. 04 Dec 1990, New Haven, New Haven, CT..

61. ii. FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM UIHLEIN, b. 29 Mar 1910; d. 12 Jun 1986, hospital, Naples?, Florida.

62. iii. MELITA "MITZIE" UIHLEIN, b. 17 Jan 1912, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 13 Mar 2001, Naples, Florida.

63. iv. SARAH KUHLMEY UIHLEIN, b. May or may not be daughter.

40. HEDWIG6 WERDEHOFF (ANNA MARIA LAURA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1882 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 1970. She married WILHELM REIDNER. He was born Abt. 1880.

Children of HEDWIG WERDEHOFF and WILHELM REIDNER are:

i. ELEANORE7 REIDNER.

ii. HEDWIG REIDNER.

iii. ERWIN REIDNER.

41. RALPH A.6 UIHLEIN (WILHEIM (WILLIAM) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 19 Apr 1897, and died 24 Jan 1982. He married MARION BARBER. She was born 14 Jan 1903, and died 09 Oct 1981.

Children of RALPH UIHLEIN and MARION BARBER are:

i. SARAH7 UIHLEIN.

ii. KATHERINE UIHLEIN.

iii. SYNDONIA UIHLEIN.

iv. SUSAN UIHLEIN.

v. ELIZABETH UIHLEIN.

Generation No. 7

 

42. MARCELLA7 WIRTZ (MATHILDA6 UEHLEIN, AUGUST5, JOHANNES4, JOHANN(ES) GEORG3 ÜHLEIN, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) She married TRAFFIS.

Child of MARCELLA WIRTZ and TRAFFIS is:

i. MARY LOU8 TRAFFIS.

43. ROBERT7 BRUMDER (THEKLA6 UIHLEIN, GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1)

Child of ROBERT BRUMDER is:

i. CHARLES8 BRUMDER, b. 1949.

44. ROBERT A.7 UIHLEIN, JR. (ROBERT A.6, GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 26 Mar 1916, and died 12 Nov 1976. He married LORRAINE "LORRY" GLAESER 31 Jan 1950.

More About ROBERT A. UIHLEIN, JR.:

Social Security Number: 396-16-6908

More About ROBERT UIHLEIN and LORRAINE GLAESER:

Marriage: 31 Jan 1950

Children of ROBERT UIHLEIN and LORRAINE GLAESER are:

i. ROBERT "ROBIN" AUGUST8 UIHLEIN III.

64. ii. JAMES "JAMIE" ISLEY UIHLEIN.

45. MARY "POLLY"7 UIHLEIN (ROBERT A.6, GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1918 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married ROBERT B. TRAINER.

Child of MARY UIHLEIN and ROBERT TRAINER is:

i. CHARLES8 TRAINER, b. 1947.

46. ADELE7 UIHLEIN (AUGUST E.6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1899, and died 1996. She married CHARLES ROHE, JR., son of CHARLES ROHE, SR.. He was born 1894, and died 1968.

Children of ADELE UIHLEIN and CHARLES ROHE are:

i. CHARLES8 ROHE III, b. 1925; d. 1974.

ii. EDWARD ROHE, b. 1951; m. GEORGETTE ?.

iii. AUGUST ROHE, d. 30 Apr 2004.

Notes for AUGUST ROHE:

Rohe, August E.

age 77, April 30, 2004 of Jupiter, Florida. Heir of Joseph Schlitz Family. Husband of the late Caryl Rohe. Son of the late Adel Uhlien & Charles Rohe. Nephew of the late Henry Uhlien of Lake Placid, New York. Father of Randall (Susan) Dittrich, Edward (Georgette) Rohe and Patricia (Michael) Bassett. Grandfather of Melissa, Scott, Nick and Natalie. Brother of the late Robert adn Charles Rohe II. Visitation, Wm. R. Hamilton Co., 820 E. Maple Rd., Birmingham, MI, Wednesday 2-4 and 6-8 PM Funeral service, Wm. R. Hamilton Co., Thursday, May 6th at 11:00 AM. Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper

iv. ROBERT ROHE, d. Bef. 2004; m. DIANE PYRKE.

47. MARION7 ALBRIGHT (LAURA6 UIHLEIN, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 22 Jun 1909, and died 13 Aug 1997 in Sturtevant, Wisconsin 53177. She married TALLMADGE.

More About MARION ALBRIGHT:

Social Security Number: 397-22-0668

Child of MARION ALBRIGHT and TALLMADGE is:

65. i. WALTER DAVID8 TALLMADGE.

48. JOHN HENRY7 KOPMEIER II (META6 UIHLEIN, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1909. He married PAULINE O'BRIEN. She was born 1913.

Children of JOHN KOPMEIER and PAULINE O'BRIEN are:

i. MARY A.8 KOPMEIER, b. 1941.

ii. ANNE KOPMEIER, b. 1943.

iii. JOHN HENRY KOPMEIER, JR., b. 1945.

49. HELEN7 UIHLEIN (HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) died 2002 in St. John's Nursing Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married KARL PETERS.

More About HELEN UIHLEIN:

Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of HELEN UIHLEIN and KARL PETERS are:

i. CLAUDIA8 PETERS, b. Abt. 1947.

More About CLAUDIA PETERS:

Medical Information: Cerebral palsy

Medical (Facts Pg): 2002, Cerebral palsy

Residence: 2002, St. John's Nursing Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

ii. WILLIAM "WILL" PETERS, b. Unknown.

50. MARY7 UIHLEIN (HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Abt. 1916, and died 19 Sep 2001. She married ? CUNNINGHAM.

More About MARY UIHLEIN:

Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Bozeman or Cascade, Montana

Child of MARY UIHLEIN and ? CUNNINGHAM is:

66. i. JUDY8 CUNNINGHAM.

51. HERMAN ALFRED7 UIHLEIN, JR (HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) He married NANCIE DAUER Abt. 1945, daughter of LOUIS DAUER and IDA ?. She was born Abt. 1924 in Evanston, Illinois, and died 01 Apr 2005 in Naples, Florida.

More About HERMAN ALFRED UIHLEIN, JR:

Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Notes for NANCIE DAUER:

Uihlein, Nancie Dauer

Publication Date: April 8, 2005

Age 81. Died peacefully in Naples, FL on Friday, April 1, 2005. Formerly of Naples, FL and Mequon, WI. Beloved wife of Herman A. Uihlein, Jr. for 60 years. Loving mother of Herman A. Uihlein, III - Del Mar, CA, Peter T. (Pamela) Uihlein - Mequon, WI, George H. (Susan) Uihlein - Grafton, WI, and Linda R. Uihlein - Free Union, VA. Doting "Ohme" to grandsons, P. Timothy Uihlein, Mattson H. Uihlein, Justin D. Uihlein and G. Andrew Uihlein. Further survived by two sisters - Adele Van Altena - Milton, WI, and Eleanor Ellis - Roanoke, VA, other relatives and friends. Nancie, born in Evanston, IL, to Louis and Ida Dauer, moved to Milwaukee and graduated from Milwaukee University School and attended Penn Hall and Northwestern University. Nancie was an avid reader, skier, golfer, tennis player, hunter, SCUBA diver and bridge player. As an advocate of the fine arts, she was instrumental in the formation of the Milwaukee Pops Orchestra. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, April 6, at Trinity-by-the-Cove Episcopal Church in Naples. Services pending in Milwaukee.

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Marriage: Abt. 1945

Children of HERMAN UIHLEIN and NANCIE DAUER are:

i. HERMAN ALFRED8 UIHLEIN III.

ii. PETER T. UIHLEIN, m. PAMELA ?.

iii. GEORGE H. UIHLEIN, m. SUSAN ?.

iv. LINDA R. UIHLEIN.

52. HENRY H.7 UIHLEIN, SR. (HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1923.

More About HENRY H. UIHLEIN, SR.:

Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of HENRY H. UIHLEIN, SR. are:

i. HENRY (CHIP) H.8 UIHLEIN, JR., b. 1946.

ii. CHRIS UIHLEIN, b. 1947.

iii. PHILIP UIHLEIN, b. 1951.

iv. RICHARD UIHLEIN, b. 1954.

53. ELINOR7 TROSTEL (CLARA6 UIHLEIN, GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) She married JOHN NOTZ, SR..

Children of ELINOR TROSTEL and JOHN NOTZ are:

i. JOHN8 NOTZ, JR..

ii. EDWARD UIHLEIN NOTZ.

54. PAULA HUCK7 UIHLEIN (EDGAR JOHN6, GUSTAV EDWARD (EDUARD) JOSEPH5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 07 May 1912 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died Sep 1986 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NM (Source: [email protected], "My grandmother was killed in an automobile accident in Bernalillo, NM in 1986."). She married DR. ALFRED EUGENE UIHLEIN, son of WILLIAM UIHLEIN and MELITTA KUHLMEY. He was born 04 Apr 1908 in Wisconsin, and died 04 Dec 1990 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (Source: Connecticut Death Index, 1949-96, 26813.).

Notes for PAULA HUCK UIHLEIN:

Married and divorced (1951) her cousin Dr. Alfred Uihlein. Children (?).

More About PAULA HUCK UIHLEIN:

Social Security Number: 357-26-4759

More About DR. ALFRED EUGENE UIHLEIN:

Occupation: Self-Employed Physician

Residence 1: Abt. 1990, 39 Beekman Pl., Madison, New Haven, CT.

Residence 2: Vail, Colorado and Rochester, MN.

More About ALFRED UIHLEIN and PAULA UIHLEIN:

Divorce: Unknown

Children of PAULA UIHLEIN and ALFRED UIHLEIN are:

i. PAULA8 UIHLEIN (Source: [email protected], Paula oldest, then William, lastly Charles.), b. Bef. 1940.

67. ii. WILLIAM B. UIHLEIN II, b. Bef. 1941.

iii. CHARLES "UNCLE CHUCK" UIHLEIN (Source: [email protected]), b. 02 Jul 1941; d. Dec 1979, Pala, California (Source: [email protected], "Uncle Chuck died of medical complications in Pala, California in 1979.").

More About CHARLES "UNCLE CHUCK" UIHLEIN:

Social Security Number: 572-56-1322

55. JULIANE7 STOEBER (LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 26 Feb 1909 in Mannheim, and died 08 Jan 1998 in Würzburg. She married (1) OTTO KRAUS, son of AUGUST KRAUS and MATHILDE WERNER. He was born 07 Feb 1904 in Bayreth, and died 01 Aug 1975 in Würzburg. She married (2) CARL-LUDWIG V. GODIN.

Children of JULIANE STOEBER and OTTO KRAUS are:

68. i. PIT8 KRAUS, b. 18 Nov 1930, Schlitz; d. 15 Dec 1979, Stuttgart.

69. ii. URSULA KRAUS, b. 04 Aug 1934, Schlitz.

70. iii. UTA KRAUS, b. 28 Jan 1940, Schlitz.

iv. RAINER KRAUS, b. 27 May 1949, Schlitz; m. (1) MARION LANGER; m. (2) DORIS FIEBIGER.

56. LORLE7 STOEBER (LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1905, and died 01 Jan 1943. She married ERICH KOWARZIK.

Child of LORLE STOEBER and ERICH KOWARZIK is:

i. ANNELORE8 KOWARZIK, b. 01 Jan 1931.

57. HERBERT7 GROHMANN (AUGUST6, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1917. He married ELISABETH ZIEGER-SCHULLER.

Child of HERBERT GROHMANN and ELISABETH ZIEGER-SCHULLER is:

i. BIRGIT8 GROHMANN, b. 01 Jan 1945.

58. MARION7 VANSELOW (HELENE6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jan 1912. She married RUDOLPH KLÖCK.

Children of MARION VANSELOW and RUDOLPH KLÖCK are:

i. DIETER8 KLÖCK, b. 01 Jan 1937.

ii. DAGMAR KLÖCK, b. 01 Jan 1942.

59. ALFRED UIHLEIN7 ELSER, SR. (MATHILDE6 UIHLEIN, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 11 Jun 1905, and died 13 Nov 1967.

Child of ALFRED UIHLEIN ELSER, SR. is:

i. ALFRED UIHLEIN8 ELSER, JR..

60. DR. ALFRED EUGENE7 UIHLEIN (WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 04 Apr 1908 in Wisconsin, and died 04 Dec 1990 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (Source: Connecticut Death Index, 1949-96, 26813.). He married (1) PAULA HUCK UIHLEIN, daughter of EDGAR UIHLEIN and PAULA HUCK. She was born 07 May 1912 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died Sep 1986 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NM (Source: [email protected], "My grandmother was killed in an automobile accident in Bernalillo, NM in 1986."). He married (2) IONE ???. She was born 22 Dec 1918 in Minnesota?, and died 19 Sep 1990.

More About DR. ALFRED EUGENE UIHLEIN:

Occupation: Self-Employed Physician

Residence 1: Abt. 1990, 39 Beekman Pl., Madison, New Haven, CT.

Residence 2: Vail, Colorado and Rochester, MN.

Notes for PAULA HUCK UIHLEIN:

Married and divorced (1951) her cousin Dr. Alfred Uihlein. Children (?).

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Social Security Number: 357-26-4759

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Divorce: Unknown

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Social Security Number: 468-14-3018

Children are listed above under (54) Paula Huck Uihlein.

Children of ALFRED UIHLEIN and IONE ??? are:

71. i. JUDITH8 UIHLEIN, b. 23 Oct 1940; d. 20 Jun 1992.

ii. WILLIAM P. UIHLEIN.

iii. PAMELA UIHLEIN.

iv. SARAH UIHLEIN.

61. FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7 UIHLEIN (WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 29 Mar 1910, and died 12 Jun 1986 in hospital, Naples?, Florida. He married VIRGINIA FOX. She was born Abt. 13 Mar 1916 in unk.

More About FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM UIHLEIN:

Occupation 1: Bet. 1961 - 1975, Vice president and director of Schlitz.

Occupation 2: Bef. 1961, Manager of Schlitz's chain store division.

Residence 1: 8245 N. Range Line Rd., River Hills, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Residence 2: Naples, Fl.

Children of FREDERICK UIHLEIN and VIRGINIA FOX are:

72. i. DIANE8 UIHLEIN, b. Unknown, March 21, ?; Adopted child.

73. ii. FREDERICK "RIP" W. UIHLEIN, JR, b. 03 Apr 1946; Adopted child.

62. MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN (WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 17 Jan 1912 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 13 Mar 2001 in Naples, Florida. She married (1) LUDINGTON PATTON 1934. He was born 1912, and died 1981. She married (2) JAMES DONNELLY 1947. She married (3) EDWARD ELLIOTT 01 Jan 1958. He was born 11 Jan 1914.

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Education: German-American Academy; Downer Seminary in Milwaukee; Miss Wright's School in Bryn Mawr, PA.

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Residence: Aft. 1944, California

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Divorce: 1944

Marriage: 1934

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Divorce: 1948

Marriage: 1947

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Marriage: 01 Jan 1958

Children of MELITA UIHLEIN and LUDINGTON PATTON are:

74. i. JAMES LUDINGTON8 PATTON, b. 24 Mar 1935, Wisconsin; d. 10 Jun 1981, Corning (Tehama), California.

75. ii. FREDERICK WILLIAM PATTON, b. 11 May 1939.

76. iii. EDWARD SCOTT PATTON, b. 10 Sep 1941.

Child of MELITA UIHLEIN and JAMES DONNELLY is:

iv. DEBORAH E.8 DONNELLY, b. 10 Feb 1948; m. WILLIAM BURG.

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Residence: Mar 2001, Mendota Heights, MN.

Children of MELITA UIHLEIN and EDWARD ELLIOTT are:

v. ORD8 ELLIOTT, Stepchild.

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Residence: Mar 2001, Woodside, CA.

vi. EMILY ELLIOTT, Stepchild; m. LARRY GOODMAN.

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Funeral Services: 19 Mar 2001, Trinity-By-The-Cove Episcopal Church, Naples, FL.; and Hodges Funeral Chapel.

Residence: Mar 2001, Briarcliff Manor, NY.

63. SARAH KUHLMEY7 UIHLEIN (WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born in May or may not be daughter. She married DOUGLAS VANDYCK ROCKWELL, son of DOUGLAS SAGER and BARBARA MALE.

Children of SARAH UIHLEIN and DOUGLAS ROCKWELL are:

i. ALEXANDER UIHLEIN8 ROCKWELL.

ii. PAGE CAMERON ROCKWELL.

Generation No. 8

 

64. JAMES "JAMIE" ISLEY8 UIHLEIN (ROBERT A.7, ROBERT A.6, GEORG KARL "AUGUST"5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) He married MARY PUELICHER, daughter of JOHN PUELICHER and JIMMIE BREMNER.

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Name 2: James Ilsley Uihlein

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Residence: Oct 1999, Mequon, Ozaukee, Wisconsin

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Divorce: Unknown

Child of JAMES UIHLEIN and MARY PUELICHER is:

i. JAMES ILSLEY9 UIHLEIN, JR..

65. WALTER DAVID8 TALLMADGE (MARION7 ALBRIGHT, LAURA6 UIHLEIN, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) (Source: Lesley Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.). He married (1) WANDA RIGGS. He married (2) BEVERLY WITTMAN (Source: Lesley Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.). He married (3) LAURA NORDSTROM.

Children of WALTER TALLMADGE and WANDA RIGGS are:

i. LAURA MARION9 TALLMADGE, b. Jun 1958.

ii. EDWARD SAMUEL TALLMADGE III, b. Jun 1961; m. LESLEY D. ? (Source: Lesley D. Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.).

Children of WALTER TALLMADGE and BEVERLY WITTMAN are:

iii. BRIAN9 TALLMADGE (Source: Lesley Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.).

iv. DANIELLE ALBRIGHT TALLMADGE (Source: Lesley Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.).

v. TREVOR TALLMADGE (Source: Lesley Tallmadge; Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003.), Adopted child.

Child of WALTER TALLMADGE and LAURA NORDSTROM is:

vi. LOREN LEE MARY9 TALLMADGE.

66. JUDY8 CUNNINGHAM (MARY7 UIHLEIN, HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) She married ? FERGUSON.

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Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Cascade, Montana

Children of JUDY CUNNINGHAM and ? FERGUSON are:

77. i. AMY9 FERGUSON.

ii. RAYNA FERGUSON.

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Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Cascade, Montana

67. WILLIAM B.8 UIHLEIN II (ALFRED EUGENE7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Bef. 1941. He married LARENA FOOTE (Source: (william benedict)[email protected], email: Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003.).

Children of WILLIAM UIHLEIN and LARENA FOOTE are:

i. BRENDA LORAINE9 UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

78. ii. WILLIAM BENEDICT UIHLEIN III.

iii. REANA MAE UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

iv. JAMES BYRAN UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

v. SHARON RENAE UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

68. PIT8 KRAUS (JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 18 Nov 1930 in Schlitz, and died 15 Dec 1979 in Stuttgart. He married SIGRID CHOWANECZ in Stuttgart.

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Marriage: Stuttgart

Children of PIT KRAUS and SIGRID CHOWANECZ are:

79. i. ULRIKE9 KRAUS, b. 09 Jan 1962.

80. ii. PETRA KRAUS, b. 17 Feb 1965, Stuttgart.

69. URSULA8 KRAUS (JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 04 Aug 1934 in Schlitz. She married CARL AUTH in Würzburg.

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Marriage: Würzburg

Children of URSULA KRAUS and CARL AUTH are:

81. i. JÜRGEN9 AUTH, b. 02 Sep 1960, Lauterbach.

82. ii. CAROLINE AUTH, b. 01 Jul 1968, Würzburg.

70. UTA8 KRAUS (JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 28 Jan 1940 in Schlitz. She married DIETMAR VOIGT 14 Nov 1959 in Schlitz, son of HCH. FRITZ and IRENE SEELMANN. He was born 02 May 1936 in Frankfurt.

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Marriage: 14 Nov 1959, Schlitz

Children of UTA KRAUS and DIETMAR VOIGT are:

83. i. EVA-MARIA9 VOIGT, b. 05 Jan 1961, Schlitz.

84. ii. CLAUDIA VOIGT, b. 29 May 1965, Schlitz.

85. iii. SABINE VOIGT, b. 20 Mar 1969, Schlitz.

71. JUDITH8 UIHLEIN (ALFRED EUGENE7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 23 Oct 1940, and died 20 Jun 1992. She married STECK.

Child of JUDITH UIHLEIN and STECK is:

i. WILLIAM BENEDICT UIHLEIN9 STECK.

72. DIANE8 UIHLEIN (FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Unknown in March 21, ?. She married KEITH FRAUEN.

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Residence 1: Bef. Jun 2001, Naples, Florida

Residence 2: 2001, Naples, Fl.

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Residence: 2001, Milwaukee

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Divorce: Bef. 2001

Children of DIANE UIHLEIN and KEITH FRAUEN are:

i. ERIC9 UIHLEIN, b. Unknown; m. ?, 2001.

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Residence: Abt. Jun 2001, Boulder, Colorado

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Marriage: 2001

86. ii. REED UIHLEIN, b. Unknown.

iii. MELISSA "MISSY" UIHLEIN, b. Unknown; m. ?.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Miami, Florida

73. FREDERICK "RIP" W.8 UIHLEIN, JR (FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 03 Apr 1946. He married (1) SUSAN JANE LARKIN. She was born 08 Aug 1948. He married (2) 2ND WIFE. He married (3) 3RD WIFE.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Steamboat Springs, Colorado

More About FREDERICK UIHLEIN and SUSAN LARKIN:

Divorce 1: Unknown, 1st wife

Divorce 2: Unknown, 2nd wife

Divorce 3: Unknown, 3rd wife

Children of FREDERICK UIHLEIN and SUSAN LARKIN are:

i. LISA ANNE9 UIHLEIN, b. 30 Jan 1967, Due to marry Fall 2001.

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Residence: 2001, Atlanta, GA.

87. ii. KELLY FRANCES UIHLEIN, b. 03 Jan 1969.

88. iii. ALISON JANE UIHLEIN, b. 20 Feb 1971.

iv. SHAUGHN VIRGINIA UIHLEIN, b. 09 Sep 1972, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Residence: Jul 2001, Los Angeles, Ca.

Child of FREDERICK UIHLEIN and 2ND WIFE is:

v. TONY9 UIHLEIN, b. Unknown.

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Residence: 2001, Milwaukee

74. JAMES LUDINGTON8 PATTON (MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 24 Mar 1935 in Wisconsin, and died 10 Jun 1981 in Corning (Tehama), California. He married BARBARA BERLINGER 1958.

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Social Security Number: 395-32-2684

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Marriage: 1958

Children of JAMES PATTON and BARBARA BERLINGER are:

89. i. JAMES SCOTT9 PATTON, b. 1959.

90. ii. SHAWN DIANE PATTON, b. 1961.

75. FREDERICK WILLIAM8 PATTON (MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 11 May 1939. He married ANN ROWLAND SCOTT 1963.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Oakland, California

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Marriage: 1963

Children of FREDERICK PATTON and ANN SCOTT are:

i. SUSAN9 PATTON, b. 1964.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, San Francisco, California

ii. EDWARD PATTON, b. 1967.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Boulder, Colorado

iii. JOHN PATTON, b. 1970.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, San Francisco, California

iv. KATHRYN PATTON, b. 1977.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, San Francisco, California

76. EDWARD SCOTT8 PATTON (MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 10 Sep 1941. He married BARBARA FERREY 1979.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Ross, California

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Marriage: 1979

Children of EDWARD PATTON and BARBARA FERREY are:

i. WILL9 PATTON.

ii. TUCKER PATTON.

Generation No. 9

 

77. AMY9 FERGUSON (JUDY8 CUNNINGHAM, MARY7 UIHLEIN, HERMANN ALFRED6, JOHANN HEINRICH (HENRY)5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) She married ? DOSS.

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Residence: Abt. Sep 2001, Billings, Montana

Children of AMY FERGUSON and ? DOSS are:

i. MORGAN10 DOSS.

ii. MIKALA DOSS.

78. WILLIAM BENEDICT9 UIHLEIN III (WILLIAM B.8, ALFRED EUGENE7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]). He married GRACE QUINTERO (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]) 1989.

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Occupation: Ph.D. Assistant Coordinator Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture 2524 S. Frontage Rd. Ste. C Vicksburg, MS 39180

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Marriage: 1989

Children of WILLIAM UIHLEIN and GRACE QUINTERO are:

i. CHRISTOPHER RYAN10 UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

ii. WILLIAM BENEDICT UIHLEIN IV (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

iii. KIRK ANTHONY UIHLEIN (Source: (william benedict)[email protected]).

79. ULRIKE9 KRAUS (PIT8, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 09 Jan 1962. She married PETER STEINACKER 24 Dec 1990 in Schlitz.

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Marriage: 24 Dec 1990, Schlitz

Children of ULRIKE KRAUS and PETER STEINACKER are:

i. KIM10 STEINACKER, b. 26 May 1965.

ii. ARNDT STEINACKER, b. 09 Jul 1989.

iii. NILS STEINACKER, b. 22 Jun 1991.

80. PETRA9 KRAUS (PIT8, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 17 Feb 1965 in Stuttgart. She married ROLAND KRAUTGÄRTNER.

Child of PETRA KRAUS and ROLAND KRAUTGÄRTNER is:

i. JULE10 KRAUTGÄRTNER.

81. JÜRGEN9 AUTH (URSULA8 KRAUS, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 02 Sep 1960 in Lauterbach. He married VERONIQUE TOUTEVOIX in Beaune. She was born in Morey/St.Denis.

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Marriage: Beaune

Children of JÜRGEN AUTH and VERONIQUE TOUTEVOIX are:

i. MAXIMILIAN10 AUTH, b. 24 Oct 1990, Würzburg.

ii. CHARLOTTE SOPHIE AUTH, b. 09 Jun 1993, Würzburg.

82. CAROLINE9 AUTH (URSULA8 KRAUS, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 01 Jul 1968 in Würzburg. She married HELMUT ENDERLE.

Children of CAROLINE AUTH and HELMUT ENDERLE are:

i. JULIUS ENDERLE10 FELIX, b. 04 Mar 1994, Tegernsee.

ii. LUKAS-MICHAEL ENDERLE, b. 21 Sep 1996, Tegernsee.

83. EVA-MARIA9 VOIGT (UTA8 KRAUS, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 05 Jan 1961 in Schlitz. She married BERND TRABES 24 May 1984 in Pfordt, son of FRITZ TRABES and ANNEMARIE ADOLPH. He was born 25 May 1952.

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Marriage: 24 May 1984, Pfordt

Child of EVA-MARIA VOIGT and BERND TRABES is:

i. PHILIPP10 TRABES, b. 24 May 1986, Fulda.

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Christening: 20 Sep 1986, Schlitz

84. CLAUDIA9 VOIGT (UTA8 KRAUS, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 29 May 1965 in Schlitz. She married JÖRG TRABES 31 Jan 1992 in Fulda, son of FRITZ TRABES and ANNEMARIE ADOLPH. He was born 23 Aug 1966.

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Christening: 19 Jun 1965

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Marriage: 31 Jan 1992, Fulda

Children of CLAUDIA VOIGT and JÖRG TRABES are:

i. FRIEDRICH TRABES10 MAX, b. 25 Apr 1992, Fulda.

ii. CONRAD TRABES PAUL, b. 23 Sep 1993, Fulda.

85. SABINE9 VOIGT (UTA8 KRAUS, JULIANE7 STOEBER, LAURA6 GROHMANN, ANNA5 UIHLEIN, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 20 Mar 1969 in Schlitz. She married LAMBERTUS KLASEN 11 May 1998 in Münster, son of HEINRICH KLASEN and MARGRET THIEKE. He was born 22 Dec 1964 in Dörpen.

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Christening: 20 Apr 1969, Schlitz

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Marriage: 11 May 1998, Münster

Children of SABINE VOIGT and LAMBERTUS KLASEN are:

i. JOHANNA10 VOIGT, b. 15 Sep 1995, Münster/Wstf.

ii. ENNO VOIGT, b. 29 Aug 1999, Münster/Wstf.

86. REED9 UIHLEIN (DIANE8, FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born Unknown. He married ?.

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Residence: Abt. Jun 2001, Boulder, Colorado

Child of REED UIHLEIN and ? is:

i. ZION10 UIHLEIN.

87. KELLY FRANCES9 UIHLEIN (FREDERICK "RIP" W.8, FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 03 Jan 1969. She married ?.

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Residence: 2001, Cincinnati, OH.

Child of KELLY UIHLEIN and ? is:

i. BRENDON10 ?, b. Unknown.

88. ALISON JANE9 UIHLEIN (FREDERICK "RIP" W.8, FREDERICK "FRED" WILLIAM7, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 20 Feb 1971. She married PHILIP DUNKLEY.

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Residence: 2001, Atlanta, Ga.

Children of ALISON UIHLEIN and PHILIP DUNKLEY are:

i. AUDREY MADISON10 DUNKLEY, b. Unknown.

ii. OLIVIA LEIGH DUNKLEY, b. Unknown.

89. JAMES SCOTT9 PATTON (JAMES LUDINGTON8, MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1959. He married LYNDA ANN NEFF 1982.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Corning, California

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Marriage: 1982

Children of JAMES PATTON and LYNDA NEFF are:

i. NOELLE10 PATTON, b. 09 Jan 1984.

ii. ELLIOTT PATTON, b. 20 Jun 1985.

iii. OLIVER PATTON, b. 12 Aug 1988.

iv. ARIELLE PATTON, b. 08 Jun 1991.

90. SHAWN DIANE9 PATTON (JAMES LUDINGTON8, MELITA "MITZIE"7 UIHLEIN, WILLIAM BENEDICT6, ALFRED PHILLIP EUGENE5, BENEDIKT JOSEF4 ÜHLEIN, JOSEF3, JOHANN(ES) MICHAEL2, JOHANN(ES) PHILLIP1) was born 1961. She married MARK MACAULAY.

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Residence: Bef. Jun 2001, Cotati, California

Children of SHAWN PATTON and MARK MACAULAY are:

i. TYLER10 MACAULAY.

ii. KAYLA MACAULAY.

 

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