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Lorenz/Franke x 2

A double wedding took place on May 4, 1854 at Grace Lutheran Church in Uniontown.  Brothers and sisters were part of this double marriage.  In other words, both marriages involved a Lorenz and a Franke.  695 more words

Six Pack of Mueller

Today would have been the 133rd birthday of Paul Theodore Mueller.  His story drew my attention for a variety of reasons.  One of the facts about his life was that he and his wife had six children…all girls.  827 more words

Heroes Of The Great Conflict; William Farrar Smith TXT

Heroes of the Great Conflict; Life and Services of William Farrar – Smith, Major General, United States Volunteer in the Civil War on Amazon. FREE shipping on qualifying offers. 442 more words

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Life on the Creek

Wayne Schuessler is the author of today’s blog post.  Wayne has contributed to our blog in the past, and his writing and research have been very well received.  2,182 more words

A Mangeled Katt

Before you get angry with me for promoting cruelty to animals, please note that today’s title contains names that look misspelled, but they are not.  The words refer to the surnames of two people that were married in 1878 (or was it 1879?).  345 more words

Teacher, Soldier, Postmaster

Today’s story once again comes out of Farrar, but before I tell the story, I want to plug an event that is taking place in Farrar this weekend.  589 more words

The Other R.E. Mueller

Last October, I wrote a post about R.E. Mueller, who operated a hardware store in Altenburg, Missouri.  It was titled, Hardware Rudy’s.  In that post, it was said that there were two R.E. 939 more words