BioM: Rosin, Hortense G. (1916)
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Surnames: BREHM ROSIN

----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 09/07/1916

Rosin, Hortense G. (6 SEP 1916)

On Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 1916, at Wausau, occurred the marriage of Miss Hortense G. Rosin and Mr. Hugo Brehm, both of Colby (Clark Co., Wis.). The bride wore a white embroidered satin and net gown, the groom the conventional black.

The bride was born and has resided on the home farm near the city until the demise of her mother two years ago. She graduated from the Colby, Wis. High School in the class of 1914, and taught successfully the past two years in this vicinity.

The groom is a prosperous young farmer who resides on his farm near here, and is held in high esteem by those who know him.

After the marriage the young couple took in the Marathon Co. Fair and then departed for Sheboygan and other places in southern Wisconsin. Before returning they will attend the State Fair at Milwaukee and also visit Chicago. They will be at home to their friends, at the groom’s farm, after Sept. 20th.


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Norberto,

I am no relation to Albert Musich. His ethnicity is derived from Slovenia rather than Croatia. He is from an area known as Bela Krajina in the current Republic of Slovenia. The town his father was born in is Stari trg ob Kolpi. "old square on the Kolpi River". His parents immigrated to the State of Michigan, where they resided in the village of Calumet and worked in the copper mines. Stari trg is on the border with Croatia. It may be possible that families existed on either side of the border, as this border was porous in earlier times. What part of Croatia is your father from?

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