Henry Brickman 1858-1910
BRICKMAN, MANGLER, KRABBENHOFT
Posted By: Richard Lowe (email)
Date: 3/13/2003 at 22:46:26
Henry Brickman was born in Shingle, Schleswig Holstein, on January 17th, 1858, and was baptized and confirmed in the German Lutheran church and came to America in the year 1880, at the age of 22 years. In 1883, he was married to Miss Carlena Mangler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mangler. About six weeks ago he was taken ill and was taken to the Dubuque hospital, and after two weeks of treatment there was brought back home where everything was done for his comfort, but he passed away at his home in Reeseville, on Tuesday evening, the 25th day of January, 1910, at the age of 52 years and 9 days, a and was buried in the Reeseville Cemetery, which was followed by over 80 teams. The pallbearers were Louis Krabbenhoft, Fred Krumvieda, Edward Bruening, Henry Mohr, Louis Claussen and Fred Mohr. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Mutchmann, the German Lutheran pastor of Bellevue.
Deceased left to mourn his loss, his wife and eleven children, namely: Polena, aged 28; Fred, aged 26; Emma aged 24; George, aged 23; Willie, aged 21; Mary, aged 18; Ida, aged 16; Henry aged 13; Louisa, aged 11; Rosa, aged 8, and Johnnie, 5 years old, also one sister, Mrs. Henry Krabbenhoft. He has followed the carpenter trade for 36 years, and was well liked by all who knew him.
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