Conrad's Stories

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

She married Gustav Bergmann, the brother of my great-great grandmother Adalbertha She is my third grand-aunt In the 1870 Bexar County Census, Gus Bergmann age 31 from Austria is listed in the household of Dietrich, Leo age 64 from France, Minnie Bergmann age 36 from Prussia is keeping house and there are 3 children listed …

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 Anna Maria Rosa Goerges Born 2 August 1897 Died 18 May 1918 daughter of Alexander and Rosa Bergmann Goerges granddaughter of Gustav and Mina Knopp Bergmann great-granddaughter of Joseph and Theresia Ohnesorge Bergmann         Rosa died of tuberculosis. She had the disease for one year, five months and eighteen days. Bexar County, …

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In the 1883-1884, Gustav Bergmann placed an advertisement for his saloon at 259 Market Street in the San Antonio City Directory. I looked in several other San Antonio directories and this was the only advertisement for his establishment I found. The bull certainly looks happy and thirsty. In 1877-1878 city directory, under Saloons the location of the saloon was the “sw corner of Commerce 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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