Hi there , My Gr Gr Grandfather was Frederick Wilhelm Lambrecht and GrGRGrandmother Henrietta Monthi....Descendent wise I dsont have it all but what I have so far is My GR Grandfather was William Lambrecht (Gillett wi)Married to Amelia....My Grandmother (the daughter of William and Amelia) Marvel Bolda(Reichwwald)(Nee-Lambrecht) and My Father Donald Reichwald Sr... I have not been able to track back past Frederick yet...but just recently startedserching again ..Found an interesting article on Fredericks death
July 4, 1929
Old Resident Passed to His Eternal Life
Frederick Lambrecht, For More than Half a Century Resident of This Section
Frederick William Lambrecht, who for the past fifty-three years had been a resident of Gillett, passed to the Great Beyond last Thursday morning, June 27th, following an illness of short duration. A stroke of paralysis caused bis death.
The deceased was born in West Prussia, Germany, April 1, 1844. He fought in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71. On December 26. 1867 he was united in marriage to Miss Henrietta Monti and to them were born ten children, two of whom preceded him in death. His wife died April 20. 1905. He, with his family came to America in 1872 and resided in Chicago, III., for a couple of years, after which they came to Gillett, being among the early settlers. He had been 3. resident of the own of Gillett for thirty three years and had held the oifice of town chairman during his residence there. On May 15, 1906 he was marriel to Mrs. Emma Drier of Cicil and to them was born one daughter, Emma.
His widow and nine children survive as follows: Gustav of Gillett, Mrs, Lena Rogers of Madison, Richard, Otto and Edward of Gillett, Mrs. Minnie Stengel of Worthing, S. Dakota, William, Leo and Miss Emma of Gillett. Thirty grandchildren and two great grandchildren also mourn his loss.
Funeral services were held from the home on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 P. M., Rev. Philip Koeneke officiating with interment in Wanderers Rest Cemetery.
Susan Wanless (Nee-Reichwald)