Conrad's Stories

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

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 had a great idea, but I am a digital native and can not figure out how to make it work. Most likely, I am using the wrong program. I planned to make an interactive chart listing the children and grandchildren of Philipp and Marie Peters Bauer. I made the chart but could not figure …

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Jimmie, one of Conrad Adam’s great grandsons, served in the US Army during World War II.  He originally trained as a motorcylist and was ready to ship out to Europe when last minute orders sent his unit to Colorado to be trained as infantry soldiers. After training, the unit was sent to San Francisco where they boarded a …

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Lillie  K.                                  Willie E. Sept. 8, 1895                             Mar. 23, 1893 Mar. 16, 1975                            July 10, 1955 Willie Eugene is the son of Julius and Ida Haufler Adam Lillie Katherine is the daughter of Henry and Emma Bauer Schuetz (Boerne, Kendall County, Texas). Willie E. and Lillie K. Adam marker; personally read 2011.

Today is my Grandma’s birthday! Grandma said she always looked forward to her birthday because it was the only day she was allowed to sleep late. The bad part was she always woke up early. Lillie Katherine Schuetz was born 8 September 1895 in a cedar log house in Kendalia, Texas. Her parents were Henry …

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