Later Lehrer Lueders

A little over a year ago, I wrote the story of the couple made up of Martin Lueders and Agnes Fiehler.  That story was titled, Lehrer Lueders.  Just a reminder that Lehrer is the German term for “teacher”.  Martin Lueders spent much of his Lutheran teaching career in Kansas, although he was teaching in Fremont, … More Later Lehrer Lueders

Off to Ulm

You may want to read the blog post, Orphan Marries Orphan before reading this story.  That post highlighted the life of Henry Voerster.  I will tell the tale of Henry’s brother, George, today.  These two brothers spent much of their early lives in Perry County, Missouri, but they both ended up in Arkansas.  You might … More Off to Ulm

Carl and Emma

Emma Lorenz is today’s birthday girl.  Because she was born on May 14, 1882, she would have been 137 years old today.  She was the daughter of John and Carolina (Mueller) Lorenz.  Her family descends from the Lorenz family that settled around Altenburg.  There is a whole different Lorenz family that settled in Farrar.  Emma … More Carl and Emma