Title: Puppe, Heuchert, Born and Reihl (Reil) Families
Collection Number: 11122
Quantity: 6 feet
Abstract: Papers consist of research files and photographs of Jim Puppe in his family history publications: "The Family Record of August and Dorothea (Siewert) Puppe" (1983), "Heuchert Family Record" (1996), "The Family Record of Ferdinand and Minna (Brehmer) Born" (1998), and "The Family Record of Anna (Koch) Reihl (Reil)" (2002). For biographical information about the families, please see these publications.
Provenance: The collection was donated by Jim Puppe on March 27, 2012. The collection was processed and this inventory was created by Emily E. Schultz in March 2012.
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BOX / FOLDER INVENTORY
1 Elmer/Lester Puppe
2 Elmer/Lester Puppe
3 Elmer and Lester Puppe/Veterans Tribute at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, ND, June 9, 2007
4 Elmer and Lester Puppe/Veterans Tribute at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, ND, June 9, 2007
5 Veterans Tribute at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, ND, June 9, 2007
6 August Puppe children, Charles, John
7 William Puppe
8 Leo Puppe
9 John and Rosalie Buck family (Phyllis Dierck)
10 Puppe miscellaneous
11 Correspondence with Germany
12 Photocopies photographs with identification
13 Photocopies photographs with identification (continued)
14 Other Puppes- related?
15 Charles Puppe, not related
16 Puppe data on CDs and discs
17 Puppe data on CDs and discs
18 Puppe data on CDs and discs
19 Chart of Heuchert descendents
20 Nicholas Heuchert
21 George Heuchert
22 Heuchert obituaries and news clippings
23 Katherina Johonn, Al Heuchert’s grave
24 Heuchert info.
25 Heuchert miscellaneous
26 Heuchert (black three ring binder)
27 St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, ND
1 Log book, Josefsberg
2 Heucherts, Josefsberg
3 “Die Ahnen: Journey from Germany to Josefsberg”
4 Heuchert research data, reunion, 1996
5 Heuchert cassette tapes and DDS tape
6 Heuchert data on CDs
1 Born Vol. 1
2 Born Vol. 2
3 Born Vol. 3
5 Born miscellaneous
6 Born data on CDs
7 Born data on CDs
Reihl (Reil) Family
8 Reil cassettes
1 Reil family
2 Reil data on CDs
Box 5: Puppe 5x7 and smaller
Box 6: Puppe Tribute to Veterans 5x7 and smaller
Box 7: Puppe Prints of tribute to veterans in order of DVD program 5x7 and smaller
Box 8: Heuchert Josefsberg trip 1996 5x7 and smaller
Box 9: Heuchert copies and recent 5x7 and smaller
Box 10: Heuchert, Gary’s trip to Canada to speak to descendants of Josefberg, Austria, 5x7 and smaller
Box 11: Heuchert reunion, 1996 5x7 and smaller
Box 12: Heuchert 5x7 and smaller
Box 13: Born 5x7 and smaller
Box 14: Reil 5x7 and smaller
Box 15: Puppe 8x10 and smaller
Box 16: Heuchert 8x10 and smaller
Box 17: Born 8x10 and smaller
Box 18: Reil 8x10 and smaller
Box 19: Puppe 9x12 and smaller
Box 20: Heuchert 11x14 and smaller
Box 21: Frank Lawonn and Anna M. Hartje portrait (Frank and Anna were the parents of Anna Briese) (see Anna Briese: to Grandmother’s House We Go, compiled by Loree Ann Briese Hadley)
Box 22: Heuchert reunion, Josefberg; Born negatives, “Born in Wisconsin”; Reil negatives
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