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Here are my notes on John Christopher Wehmueller and Francisca Nollkemper: "Arrived from Westphalia in 1854. One of five founders of Immanuel Lutheran Church in 1862, according to Franklin County History Book." On August Henry Wehmueller: "In 1880, Franklin County MO census shows both Frances Wehmueller (68) and Cathrina Schier, MIL (69) living in this household. Franklin County History Book has AHW born in 1838, came from Prussia at age 5, became a cabinet maker, undertaker, and stockholder in the Missouri Meerschaum Company. Certificate of death shows him living at 312 Cedar Street in Washington, died of cancer of stomach and the liver. Mechanic. informant was Julius Wehmueller, 316 Cedar Street." Catherine Wilhelmina Wehmueller (my gr-grandmother) was the sister of AHW; I don't know of any other children. She was born 1850, married May 10 1867 in Franklin County, and died Nov 10 1882 after giving birth to seven children; Martha, the youngest, was my grandmother. CWWW died on Martha's first birthday. On August 30 1883, Friedrich Wilhelm Wilmesherr then married Anna Charlotta Sturhahn, who had been caring for CWWW during her illness. FWW and ACSW then had five more children.