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Polish in Milwaukee

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Re: Polish in Milwaukee

Posted: 25 Dec 2013 1:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Dec 2013 1:13PM GMT
Surnames: Lepak
In case this helps with your research, a John Lepak, a milk man, died in Milwaukee in Nov. 1874, and then his mother in the same week. There was an inquest for John, maybe for his mother, and clippings may show up in a search at the subscription site "19th Century U. S. Newspapers" (available to use through some libraries like the public library in Milwaukee). The may be an inquest file for him at the Milwaukee County Historical Society Library.

I've indexed the clipping about John Lepak and his mother found in the local German newspapers in "Milwaukee's German Newspapers; an index of death notices and related items" (1844-1950).
Gary Rebholz, originator/compiler/editor, Milwaukee Wis.
gary.rebholz@gmail.com
Indexing Milwaukee's German newspapers continuously since 2007... helping family researchers collect contemporary evidence of their historic German-American culture.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Barb 17 Jul 2001 2:49PM GMT 
tlc53 25 Feb 2002 9:56PM GMT 
Barb Kessler 27 Feb 2002 1:26AM GMT 
tlc53 3 Mar 2002 10:04PM GMT 
Rebecca 23 Jul 2004 9:05PM GMT 
Sr. Theresa Lepack 23 Jul 2004 10:28PM GMT 
GaryRRebholz 25 Dec 2013 8:12PM GMT 
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