Conrad's Stories

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

The second autograph in Jimmie Adam’s 1938 autograph book was his mother Lillie Adam. Jimmie listened! He was 21 when he married Sally Jo Richardson. Sign up and follow Conrad Stories! Adam, Jimmie. Autograph Book. Original held by Jimmie Adam. Digital copy privately held by Kathryn Adam-Hurst. Boerne

Emma 1868 – 1927 Henry 1864 – 1950 Emma is the daughter of Philipp and Marie Peters Bauer and Henry is the son of Carl and Katharina Fries Schuetz. They are my great-grandparents. Sign up and follow Conrad Stories! Boerne Cemetery (Boerne, Kendall County, Texas). Henry and Emma Schuetz marker; personally read March 2021.

Emma is the youngest child of Philipp and Marie Peters Bauer.  She grew up on the family farm in Kendall County, Texas, with her siblings Bertha, Otto, Louise, and Ernst.  Her older brother Otto died between 1870 and 1880.  No records are available listing Otto’s exact death date or where he is buried, but she …

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I just found this deed in the Kendall County Deed Records,  Volume 24, pages 595-596.  I was unaware of its existence and never heard anyone in my father’s family mention it.  In February 1909, my great-great-grandmother Katharina Fries Schuetz passed away and was buried within walking distance from their house in Kendalia.  I had no …

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Drum roll!! My newly discovered fifth great-grandmother’s death record from Langenbach, Hessen-Nassau!! Anna Maria Hòlzemann Schütz born 5 January 1785 in Langenbach a widow of Johann Gerlach Schütz who died 1 November 1843 died 21 November 1862  while living in Limburg  (she must have been living with a relative) Her parents were Johann Jakob Carl …

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