Photo: Kaudy, Mathias--City Dray & Kaudy Mfg. Co. (1890)
Contact: John O'Hanlon
Surnames: Botey, Kaudy
----Source: Family Records
Biography of Mathias Kaudy
I am a descendant of Mathias Kaudy, who was born in Manderen, France in 1832. He died 10-7-1916 in Clark County, Wisconsin. He and his son, John Botey Kaudy, (b. 1857 & d. 1920) are both buried in Weston East (now know as "Chapel Hill") Cemetery in Christie, Weston Township, Clark Co., Wisconsin. His daughter (my grandmother), Mary Sylvia Kaudy, married Robert E. Foote."
The original of the family photo below hangs on my living room wall.
Mathias Kaudy is standing in front of the teamsters wagon pulled by the draft horses, as "pints were hoisted" in celebration of a completed saloon fixture. He was a cabinetmaker and made the large bar front on the wagon. His son, Mathias Jr., is there as well. Another son, John Botey Kaudy was later sheriff of Clark County, Wisconsin.
Front Right: Mathias Kaudy (b. 1831, Loraine, Fr., d. 1916, Weston Twp, Clark Co.) Second Right: Mathias Kaudy, Jr., the others are employees of City Dray and Kaudy Mfg. Co., makers of fanning mills, milk safes, caskets and saloon fixtures and located in Colby, Wisconsin.
Re: Photo: Kaudy, Mathias--City Dray & Kaudy Mfg.
Contact: Kaudy Pierre
je suis pierre Kaudy descendant de mathias né à Manderen moselle France quelles sont les descendances de Kaudy Mathias au USA et métiers merci de vos reponses amicalement Pierre Kaudy
*Translation : I am Pierre KAUDY borned the 22nd june 1944 in Villecresnes (94440) (near Paris) France. I am the downward of Mathias Kaudy. I know his parents and brothers and daughters, they are together from Manderen (France) the country of Moselle. Please can you answer me the downward of Mathias with their job and photos. Very sincerely - Yous Pierre KAUDY
© Every submission is protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.
Show your appreciation of this freely provided information by not copying it to any other site without our permission.
A site created and
maintained by the Clark County History Buffs