"Joseph Stoelkler, 45, b. Hungary, speaks german, tailor, US 1905 Mary, 40, b. Hungary, speaks german, US in 1906"
Are you looking for a Joseph Pausch who died in Milwaukee in the 1940s, or an Anton who died in the 1910s? Their death notices were published in Milwaukee's German newspapers. There are possibly misspellings of "Pautsch".
There was Gottfr. & Christine Stöckler / Stoeckler family in Milwaukee in the 1870s. They published death notices for their 7 yr old daughter Margaretha Louise in the local German papers. Otherwise, there are no Stölkler Stoelkler Türberger or Tuerberger entries or references found in the local resource called "Milwaukee's German Newspapers; an index of death notices and related items" (1844-1950).firstname.lastname@example.org
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