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Georg Karl "August" Uihlein and Emily Werdehoff

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..

Descendants of Georg Karl "August" Uihlein

1 Georg Karl "August" Uihlein b: August 25, 1842 in Wertheim Am Main, Baden, Germany d: October 11, 1911

. +Emily Werdehoff b: March 05, 1851 m: April 20, 1872 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: August 04, 1910 Father: Henerich (Henry) Werdehoff Mother: Charlotte Juergens

........ 2 Clara Uihlein b: January 15, 1873 d: August 27, 1873

........ 2 Anna Uihlein b: January 15, 1873 d: August 20, 1873

........ 2 Ida Charlot Uihlein b: October 24, 1874 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: July 31, 1968 in Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin

............ +Frederick August Pabst, Sr. b: November 03, 1869 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin m: March 25, 1896 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: January 21, 1958 in Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin Father: Frederick Pabst Mother: Marie Best

................... 3 Pauline Pabst b: December 16, 1898 in Wisconsin d: February 11, 1980 in San Mateo, CA.

....................... +? Wurlitzer

................... 3 Frederick August Pabst Jr. b: April 12, 1899 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: 1977

................... 3 Rudolf Pabst b: September 21, 1900 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: July 09, 1978

................... 3 August Uihlein Pabst b: July 30, 1902 in Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin d: November 10, 1934

................... 3 Robert Pabst b: June 15, 1905 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: May 21, 1980

................... 3 David Hubert Pabst b: May 11, 1913 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: January 10, 1977

................... 3 Harald Pabst b: Unknown

........ 2 Joseph Edgar Uihlein, Sr. b: December 23, 1875 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: January 1968

............ +Ilma Louise Vogel b: September 26, 1885 d: January 1983

................... 3 Louise Uihlein

................... 3 Joseph Edgar Uihlein Jr

................... 3 John Uihlein

................... 3 Elizabeth U. Uihlein b: December 08, 1917 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: October 01, 1984 in Bridgeport, CT. Residence: 1555 Bur St., Fairfield, Fairfield, CT. 06430 Occupation: Housewife

....................... +Matthew Whitehead

................... 3 David Uihlein

........ 2 Paula Uihlein b: August 13, 1877 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: May 16, 1968

........ 2 Thekla Uihlein b: June 15, 1879 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: 1947

............ +William Charles Frederick Brumder b: October 08, 1868 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin m: November 21, 1901 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Father: George Brumder Mother: Henriette Brandhorst

................... 3 Robert Brumder

.............................. 4 Charles Brumder b: 1949

................... 3 Thekla Brumder b: October 12, 1908 d: June 15, 1991

................... 3 William George Brumder b: December 12, 1901 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: October 1976

................... 3 Emily Thekla Brumder b: October 08, 1903 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

................... 3 Frederick August Brumder b: September 05, 1906 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: May 02, 1907 in Vol. 35 Page 199, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

................... 3 Katherine Brumder b: March 29, 1911

........ 2 Robert A. Uihlein, Sr. b: January 26, 1883 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: May 13, 1959

............ +Mary Stevens Ilsley b: October 05, 1894 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin m: September 18, 1913 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin d: December 1975 in Pomona, Los Angeles, CA.

................... 3 Robert A. Uihlein, Jr. b: March 26, 1916 d: November 12, 1976

....................... +Lorraine "Lorry" Glaeser m: January 31, 1950

.............................. 4 Robert "Robin" August Uihlein III

.............................. 4 James "Jamie" Isley Uihlein

.................................. +Mary Puelicher Divorce: Unknown Residence: October 1999 Mequon, Ozaukee, Wisconsin Father: John "Jack" Albert Puelicher Mother: Jimmie Ann Bremner

......................................... 5 James Ilsley Uihlein, Jr.

................... 3 Mary "Polly" Uihlein b: 1918 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

....................... +Robert B. Trainer

.............................. 4 Charles Trainer b: 1947

........ 2 Erwin Charles Uihlein, Sr. b: April 18, 1886 d: October 20, 1968

............ +Marie Zarwell

................... 3 Erwin Charles Uihlein, Jr. b: June 06, 1946 d: November 12, 1968

................... 3 Paula Uihlein

................... 3 Elena Uihlein

 

In 1906, Fred Pabst Sr. (son of Captain Pabst) and wife Ida move to the Town of Summit. In 1901 his brother  (Colonel) Gustav "Gus" Pabst (born 11/26/1866-1943, married Hilda Lemp of the St. Louis Lemp brewing family, couple was married on the Isle of Wight in England) also moved from Milwaukee and bought property on Middle Genesee Lake, just a short distance from them. This property was later purchased by Val and Vera Blatz.  Source: Oconomowoc: Barons to Bottleggers, by Barbara and David Barquist, 1999.

 

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