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KAEHLER(T)

Posted: 27 Jun 2000 6:23AM GMT
Edited: 31 Jul 2001 12:15PM GMT
Does anyone have any information regarding Charles Kaehler(t) born 1858 died 1945, Lena Kaehler(t) 1871-1934,Sophia Kaehler(t)-Schild 1847-1934, Maria Kaehler(t) born 1858 died 1899, or Friederick Kaehler(t)born 1811 died 1899. I am researching this line and all I have is they all died and were burried in Detroit Michigan. Please e mail me at barker500@aol.com if you can offer any direction. The info I have lists both spellings Kaehler and Kaehlert. Thank You

Re: KAEHLER(T)

Clayton Kessler (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 2001 2:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Did you check the passenger lists of the ships from Hamburg. I am just getting started in looking but have found the passenger lists very helpful. The name Kaehler could have several variations. I am looking for Kaetler's (mennonites) and in particular for Jacob Kaetler who's son is Henry Kaetler (born in 1848) and came to Canada in 1875 - 76. He is my great X 3 Grandfather.

Re: KAEHLER(T)

Posted: 13 Mar 2005 5:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Mar 2005 5:31AM GMT
Surnames: Kaehlert Kaehler
My great-grandfather was Charles Kaehlert who was married to Lillian Harriett Burdick. My grabndmother was Amelia Kaehlert(Schildgen) of Joliet, IL. Amelia was born in Plainfield.

Hope this helps, or if you want to check info, let me know.

The proper spelling, from my grandmother, is Keahlert.
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