Conrad's Stories

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

World War I Draft Registration Cards are on file at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington DC. If a trip to Washington DC is out of the question, you can subscribe to Ancestry.com and read them any time. The copies are not the best but still readable. I searched for my grand-uncle Eugene Conrad Adam and my …

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This is one of my all time favorite photographs. On the left side of the picture Adalbertha Bergmann Adam is gazing adoringly at her grandchildren, Willie, Eugene (standing on the chair), and Hildegarde. Eugene was born in June of 1898 so I’m estimating the picture was taken in 1900. They are the children of Julius and …

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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.

Willie Adam WWI Willie E. Adam Private, 32 Co. 8 Bn. 165 Depot Brigade received an honorable discharged  from the United States Army on 24 March 1919. This was one day after his 26th birthday. He was 25 when he enlisted on 8 August 1918.  He had blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion and was 5 feet 10 in …

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