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Town of Fredonia village of Waubeka,   pp. 88-92

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Town of Fredonia
Village of Waubeka
within a mile of Waubeka is worthy of note. These were i
J. Redding, H. Brinker, F. Bernard, M. Audier and A. Moti
bought their land together and started a store together i
success. The children of these families attended the Flt
Mathilde Brinker, who was born in Paris, taught school tI
of 16. H. Brinker and Chief Waubeka, whenever they met (
"delighted in exchanging geetings in French" according I
of the Kuechermeister-Brinker Families published by Martl
of West Bend in 1962.
Some of the names on the earliest poll lists for th(
were still represented there in 1930 according to a   tud,
Aldreda Burrell: William Hempstead, M. Brott, James Par]
Philip Mintz, Charles Zettler, John Miller, Charles Mueh
Becker, Martin Kohler (her spelling), Mich Kelner, Char
Welch, Jeremiah McCarthy, Chas. Meyer, Jacob Rhingans, W
Paradise, Jacob Cross, J.P. Streff, Nic Uselding, B.S. Ci
Federmeyer, Thos. Ruhland, John Kendall, Law Decker, Got-
John Mertz, Andrew Huiras, William Leider, William    e
F. Frantz, Charles Schedel, and John Wolf.
The B.S. Cassel family came from Sweden where they I
about 640 acres near Stockholm. Mr. Cassel was a minisV
in the Swedish army. The family came first to Chicago,
twenty-one times before settling permanently in Waubeka.
for Barnum Blake in Port Washington during the 1849 or
and also worked in the P.O. and store of a relative in Po

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