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Re: Druml Family Name

Posted: 24 Jan 2010 8:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
I knew of the other Feistritz.

My grandfather had his sponsoring brother on a 28th (street designation was missing), according to the boat record. However, Milwaukee had two different numbered streets back in 1902. The north side had North 28th Street, and the south side had 28th Avenue, which was renumbered around 1930 to something like South 34th Street. West Milwaukee started somewhere west of South 35th Street, but all of 35th Street in Milwaukee was called Western then--probably the city limits on the west side near National Avenue.

Back in 1902, Keefe (four blocks--1/2 mile south of Capitol Drive--was the city limits of Milwaukee on the north. This is a bit of a coincidence because my parish and grade school were located at 38th and Keefe.
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