Conrad's Stories

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

Since the temperature was below 100 degrees today, I decided to visit the Boerne Cemetery. I wanted to find the graves of Adalbertha’s siblings.In 1867, Adam Vogt deeded the land to the city to create the Boerne Cemetery. Conrad Adam purchased his plots in August, 1867, as many of the early settlers did. Conrad and Adalbertha tombstones …

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My 3rd great-grandmother * Born in Machendorf, Boehem on 15 October 1813 * Died 4 August 1889 at 75 years of age * Married to Joseph Bergmann who died in 1882 I am guessing this picture was taken between 1882 and 1889. I wonder if she made delicious pastries… Bergmann, Theresia Ohnesorge.  Photograph of the original held by …

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I don’t know very much about  my 3rd great-grandparents, Joseph and Theresia Ohnesorge Bergmann. They arrived in Galveston on the ship Texas on 12 June 1853. Their destination was Bexar County. In New Homes in a New Land, Joseph Bergmann from Reichenberg, Bohemia arrived with 11 persons in his group. I have 7 accounted for …

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Conrad and Adalbertha had seven children with six living to adulthood. Kathinka born 7 September 1857 married Paul. J. F. Toepperwein Therese born 20 August 1859 married Frederick Voges Emilie born 27 April 1862 married William Schoenert Julius Conrad born 15 March 1864 married Ida Haufler Bertha born 8 July 1865 married Hilmar G. Froebel (1) …

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