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Pioneers' Association (Outagamie County, Wis.) / Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County, Wisconsin : also an appendix containing the minutes and records of the Pioneer Association since our annual meeting of 1895
(1898)

Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County,   pp. [5]-107 PDF (21.2 MB)


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OUTrAGAMIR COUNTY PIONEER RECORD.
KARL BR4ITERICK.
Carl Breiterick was bron in Prussia in 1821; he came to
America in 1849 and settled on Sec. 2, T. 21, R. 16, now in
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removed to Ellington and
settled on Section 35, T.
22, R. 16, where he cleared
a farm and established a
home where he resided
until his death in April,
1891. He married Wil-
helmia Herman in 1849;
they have two sons and
three daughters.  First
son, Albert, born in 1852,
was married to Bertha
Sauberlich in 1876; they
have four sons and two
daughters; they live on
Sec. 35, T. 22, R. 16 now
in Ellington. Second son,
Charles, born in 1864, un-
KARL BREITERICK.      married and lives on his
father's homestead. First
daughter, Minnie, married to Edward Saecker; they have
one daughter and now live in Appleton. Second daughter
Rosa, is married to Charles Mory; they have one son and
four daughters; they now live on a farm in Cicero. Third
daughter, Caroline, was married to Wm. Lohrence in 1895,
and lives on Sec. 27 in Ellington.
FRANK BERNARD
Was born in 1821 and settled in Outagamie county in the
year 1852.
MARY J. BARLOW
Came to Appleton in 1854; her husband, Edwin L. Barlow,
died in 1864.


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