BioM: Laflex, Effie (1900)

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Surnames: Glasshoff, Laflex, Johnson, Doeph, Thiesen

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 10/18/1900

Laflex, Effie (Marriage - 6 Oct. 1900)

Frederick Glasshoff and wife, of Thorpe, were in the city from Wednesday afternoon until Friday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Johnson, and made the third newly married couple at the Woodman lecture and dance. The couple were married Saturday, Oct. 6th, and Clay and his wife attended the wedding.

Wisconsin Marriage Records

Fredrick Glosshof
groom's birthplace: Thorp, Clark, Wis.
bride's name: Effie Laflex
bride's birthplace: Withee, Clark, Wis.
marriage date: 07 Oct 1900
marriage place: Clark, Wisconsin
groom's father's name: Peter Glosshof
groom's mother's name: Margueret Thiesen
bride's father's name: Peter Laflex
bride's mother's name: Calista Doeph
groom's race: White
bride's race: White

1880 Federal Census, Rantoul, Calumet, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 137

Friedrich Glashof, white, single, American male

Household Members
self Peter Glashof M 36 Germany
wife Maggie Glashof F 36 Germany
daughter Emma Glashof F 13 Wisconsin, United States
daughter Louise Glashof F 12 Wisconsin, United States
daughter Mathilda Glashof F 10 Wisconsin, United States
son Friedrich Glashof M 9 (1871) Wisconsin, United States
son John Glashof M 6 Wisconsin, United States
son Herman Glashof M 4 Wisconsin, United States
son Willie Glashof M 2 Wisconsin, United States
son Henry Glashof M 1 Wisconsin, United States

1910 Federal Census, Worden, Clark, Wisconsin, pg. 15, family 187

Fred Glasshof, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany

Household Members
self Fred Glasshof M 36y (1874) Wisconsin
wife Effie Glasshof F 25y Wisconsin
son William E Glasshof M 8y Wisconsin
son Chester V Glasshof M 6y Wisconsin
son Ernest P Glasshof M 5y Wisconsin
son Russel F Glasshof M y 7m Wisconsin



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