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Anna Gahlmann

1813 - 1887


Mrs. Joseph Gahlmann died on Sunday, March 7, 1897, at her home 203 North Ninth Street, aged 77 years.


She was an old resident of the town of Clyman, but removed to this city about seven years ago and has since made it her home.  She was born in Appletorn, Prussia, and after coming to America, in 1847, located in the town of Watertown, where she resided for four years, and then located in the town of Clyman.  She leaves surviving, her husband, one son and four daughters, her children being, Mrs. Rose Brigonitz and Anton Gahlmann, of Clyman, Miss May Gahlmann and Mrs. Frank Scheiber, of this city, and Mrs. Joseph Scheiber, of Emmet.


Wednesday morning her funeral was held from St. Henry’s church and it was very largely attended, testifying to the high esteem in which she was held by her neighbors.


She was one of the beat-known and most highly esteemed ladies in this community, having led a life of a true and pious woman stall times.


Note:  Is buried in St. Henry’s cemetery  


Anton Gahlmen

1828 - 1900


Anton Gahlmann died on Friday, Nov. 28, 1900, of general debility at his home 203 North Ninth Street.  Deceased was born in Holland and came to America and settled on a farm in the town of Clyman when he was only 15 years old, and he resided there until 11 years ago, when he came to Watertown to live.


Deceased was one of the heat-known and most esteemed residents of this section of Wisconsin, and his large circle of friends heard of his death with a great deal of sorrow.


Monday morning his funeral was held from St. Henry’s church, and his remains were interred in St. Henry's cemetery.  One son, Anton Gahlmann, of Clyman, and four daughters survive him, his daughters being Mrs. Jos. Brigonitz of Clyman; Mrs. Joseph Scheiber, of Emmet; Mr. Frank Scheiber, and Miss Mary Gahlmann, of this city.




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