Conrad's Stories

The life and times of the Conrad Adam family in Kendall County, Texas

Elsie Dienger Born July 9, 1893 Died February 18, 1910 Josephine Bergmann nee Dienger Born July 31, 1885 Died May 16, 1909 Joseph and Theresia Bergmann – great-great grandparents Wilhelm and Rosa Bergmann Dietert- grandparents Joseph and Ida Dietert Dienger – parents 1900 U.S. census, Justice Precinct 1, Kendall, Texas, population schedule. enumeration district (ED) 38, …

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Conrad married the girl next door! When he first arrived in Boerne, Conrad lived and worked on the Dr. Ferdinand Herff farm. The Joseph Bergmann family was his closest neighbor. The houses were within easy walking distance from each other and so I think it is safe to say that Conrad saw the Bergmann family …

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Bertha Fabra Sept. 22, 1869 July 15, 1958 Ludwig Fabra Sept. 16, 1858 Feb. 12, 1929 Bertha is the granddaughter of Joseph and Theresia Bergmann and the daughter of Heinrich and Amalia Bergmann Dietert. Boerne Cemetery (Boerne, Kendall County, Texas). Bertha and Ludwig Farbra marker; personally read 2011.

  I have just returned from a trip to Houston to visit my college buds, Sharen and Rhonda. We had a wonderful time catching up on all the news, attending the Houston International Quilt Show and Discovering the Civil War Exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and attending a one year old birthday …

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Adolph “Ad” Toepperwein Son of: E.A.F. and Johanna Bergmann Toepperwein Grandson of: Joseph Bergmann First cousin to: Julius Adam, my great grandfather My first cousin 3x removed Occupation: Exhibition sharp-shooter Birth place: Boerne, Texas Mission Burial Park South (San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas). Adolph Toepperwein marker, Calvary Garden, Block 7, Lot 705, space 11 and …

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I can’t believe it! It’s the second week of October. Even though friends were visitng, I thought I would be able to squeeze in a post or two last week. But as you can tell, that didn’t happen. On Monday morning, October 3, my son called. He was in the hospital. It seems his appendix didn’t …

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Yesterday, my friend Donna and I went on a genealogy field trip. We visited five cemeteries and since it was the end of September we thought the 100 degree weather was over, but not so. Nevertheless, I found everyone I’d thought I would find including, someone I hoped I would find! Our first stop was the Old St. John’s …

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