Bio: Grambsch, Caleb Benjamin (7 June 2005)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Grambsch, Gauger, Biggs, Kerkhoff
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Tue, Jun 7, 2005
A son, Caleb Benjamin Grambsch, was born June 3, 2005, at Saint Joseph's Hospital to Margaret and Joshua Grambsch. He joins siblings, Chase, 7, and Coleton, 3. Grandparents are Daniel and Michele Gauger, Greenwood, and Bob and Sue Grambsch, Loyal. Great-grandparents are Marlin and Elenor Gauger, Wilmot, Leona Biggs, Wilmot, and Clyde and Audrey Grambsch, Loyal. Great-great-grandmother is Margaret Kerkhoff, Burlington.
Contact: David H. Penke
Hi Crystal My name is David Penke - I was born in Ripon, Wisconsin. I am not really connected to the Grambsch Family except for the fact that My GG GRandfather - Conraf Kintz came with his 2nd wife - Margaret (Mayor ?) to Leon - Burr Oak Valley in Waushara County. One of his daughters was Caroline Kintz who married Chharles Otto Grambsch and her sister - Minnie (Wilhelmine) married Carl Gustof Grambsch. He had another daughter (these three by his first wife Rosinna Madelene Deubler in Canadensis, Monroe Co., PA). Her name was Elizabeth and she was my Great grandmother. Elizabeth married Edward H. Luker and they had a daughter named Jesse Belle Luker who married my grandfather - Ferdinand Edward Penke. They lived in Town of Nepeuskun, Winnebago Co., Wisconsin (Rush Lake) After Rosinna died in PA he married Margaret (I have been told her name was Mayor) in PA and they had another daughter - Anna Carolina who married Herbert Betry, a daughter Flora, who married Albert Aldrich, and Samuel who married Sadie Gustavus - I think all of them are buried in Nepeuskun Cemetery along with Conrad and Margaret. Recently someone sent me a photo of Conrad, Minnie, her son Ben Grambsch and his daughter Ruby,from a book about Marshfield. Just thought you might find this of interest. David
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