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Re: Frederick KUHNLEY, Wurtemburg, Germany
Posted by: Dan Kuhnly Date: October 17, 2000 at 18:15:18
In Reply to: Frederick KUHNLEY, Wurtemburg, Germany by Betty Rudolph of 75

My great grandfather was named Frederick G. Kuhnly. My records show that he was born 11/14/1835 and migrated to the US in the late teens and shows the place of departure as Hamburg not his place of birth. He had two sisters (Cristina and Susee) and two brothers (Tobias and Gottlieb). There may have been more children, however, I have no record of that - Gottleib never married. As far as I know none of them migrated to the US except for Frederick. The name was changed by some of his offspring kept the spelling Kuhnle while the others used either Kuhnly and Kuhnley. This change was made at the time of the first world war.

He moved to Gernantown, Montgomery County, Ohio and there he married Caroline Borger on 10/2/1859. From there he moved to Barron, Wisconsin where he was a farmer. He died on 4/9/1916 and is buried at Wayside Cemetary in Barron, Wisconsin.

I have more information about the family from the time of his imigration but none from before.


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