Helen Kuhlmann

June 29, 1895 - August 23, 1895

Helen Kuhlmann was a niece to Fred Kier and is buried in the same lot as Fred, Donald and Wera (nee Edens) Kier.

The Clark County records show that an infant daughter of Carl and Wilhelmina  Kuhlmann was born at Hein, York Township on June 29, 1895.  The same infant daughter died on August 23, 1895 and was buried at York Center.  The birth records of this child indicated that Carl Kuhlmann was a laborer and that he and his wife were born in Mecklenburg, Germany. 

A Kuhlman family history[1] indicates that Helen was the daughter of Charles August Kuhlman and Wilhelmina (aka Minnie) Kier.  Minnie Kier was a sister to Fred Kier, who was an earlier settler of York Township.  Minnie and Fred’s father was Henry Kueher who eventually changed the name from Kueher to Kier.  Both Charles Kuhlman and Minnie Kier were born in Mecklenburg, Germany and came with their families to Brillion, Wisconsin.  They were married at Brillion.  Sometime after their marriage, they came to Clark County where Charles worked for the John Hein Lumber Company.  The Kuhlmans moved from Clark County to Tony, Wisconsin after the lumber company relocated there.

[1] “My Time for Living”, July 1974, by Caroline Chanely (a sister to Helen Kuhlman)




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