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Re: Werles in New Haven, CT
Posted by: Dick Baldauf (ID *****1952) Date: March 21, 2003 at 08:39:24
In Reply to: Werles in New Haven, CT by Victoria John of 92

Warley/Werle. The Mormon records show the following Werle/Wehrle family in New Haven CT:
Adam Werle, Charles Wehrle, Charles Wehrle/Kiegel Meyer, Emma Wehrle, Charles Wehrlw/Mary
and there are others, in case you are interested

My wife's great grandfather was an Edward Warley, whose name was said to be the same as the beer, which I assume was Werle. He was born in New York state, possibly in NY City, but later lived in New Haven, CT. He is buried in Suffield, CT. He was a conductor on the railroad. He married an Isabella Mooney of East Millstone, NJ, b. 1867. The names in his plot are very Germanic. If any of this is of interest, I can give you a bit more.


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