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Re: Andrew (Andreas) Doppel, Born in Bavaria, September 9, 1830
Posted by: Jerry Lorenz (ID *****6915) Date: July 25, 2004 at 21:54:35
In Reply to: Re: Andrew (Andreas) Doppel, Born in Bavaria, September 9, 1830 by Carol Jushka of 8


The following is some information on the marriage, life, and death of Andrew Doppel Jr.

Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee: On Feb. 4, 1885, Andrew Doppel [Jr.] son of Andrew Doppel [Sr.] and Maria Doppel (born Hetzel) and Barbara Bienlein daughter of Jacob (James) Beinlein and Margaret Bienlein (born Schmuck) were married. Witnesses were George Bienlein and George Doppel.

From undated newspaper clipping: "Mr. Doppel was born in Port Washington, Sept. 8, 1854. While he was still a child his parents moved onto a farm west of Saukvile. There he grew to manhood. On Feb. 4, 1885 he was married to Miss Barbara Bienlein. They settled at Clinton, Iowa where he was employed. They resided there up to 1894 when he was compelled to give up his position owing to ill health. They then moved to Grafton where they have resided since. Four children were born to them of whom one daughter, Mrs. Alphonse Epp [Frances M. Doppel], of Milwaukee preceded her father in death eighteen months ago. Mr. Doppel is survived by his wife and three daughters as follows: Mrs. Jos. Lorenz and Mrs. Mary Becker, both of Grafton, and Mrs. Nic Conrad of this city. he also leaves two brothers, one sister and 12 grand children. The brothers and sister are George Doppel of Grafton, Charles Doppel of Fredonia and Mrs. Elizabeth Miller of Fulton, Ill."

From another undated newspaper clipping: "Andrew Doppel, a long time resident of Grafton, passed away at his home in that village at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning. Although he had been an invalid for more than thirty years, he was seriously ill for only a month. He attained an age of 72 years. The funeral will be held on Friday morning. Services will be held at the St. Joseph's Church at Grafton at 9 o'clock and interment will be made in that cemetery. Rev. Kreg will conduct the last sad rites." [He died on October 12, 1926 and is buried at St. Joseph's Cemetary, Grafton, Wisconsin]


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