Taegesville School Photos

More photos from the collection of Jim and Marlene Strehlow.  These show the Taegesville School (Town of Maine, Marathon County, Wisconsin) about 1910.  There are many family members in it and others who would marry into the family eventually.  The first one is marked “c1910” and the second “c1913-14?”, however they look like sequential years to me judging by the children’s ages.

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Taegesville School c1910

1st Row: Hertha Beilke, Margaret Kilian, Ella Saeger, Tedd Hackbarth, Arwin Strehlow, ? Nass, Walter Saeger, ? Beilke, Hubert Christian, Selma Tesch, ? Radtke, Viola Laabs

2nd Row: Herman Hackbarth, William Strehlow, Mathilda Radtke, George Kuffahl, ? Nass, Edwin Tesh, Edward Nass, Lenora Laabs

3rd Row: Mr. Dretzke (teacher), Lydia Strehlow, Lillian Kufahl, Frieda Strehlow, Gilbert Kufahl, Hilbert Tesch, Leslie Schwartz, Ewald Kilian, Wilbert Kufahl, William Krueger

Taegesville School “1913-14?”

There are two columns of children seated in pairs, one toward the back of the room going along the wall, then another row more toward the center of the room closer to the viewer.  First column by row starting at the front:

Hubert Christian and Arwin Strehlow  [Hubert later married Arwin’s sister Frieda, who is sitting in the last row]
Selma Tesch and Ruth Nass
Walter Saeger and ? Zastrow (or Ervin Beilke)
Ellen Saeger and Margaret Kilson
Unknown, Herman Hackbart
Bill Strehlow, Leslie Schwarz
Frieda Strehlow, Lillian Kufahl

Teacher: Martha Kasten

Second column by row starting at the front:

Adelheid Wagner
Earl Newmann, Roland Neitzke
Emilie Tesch, Lydia Saeger
Helen Putzbach, Esther Hackbarth
Harold Wagner, Ted Hackbarth
Lawrence Neitzke, Frank Radtke
Ray Christian, ? Zastrow
Mathilda Radke, Margaret Putzbach

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About cthomas1967

Seeking to bring my ancestors out of the shadows of history and into the light. I have always been interested in history, and at a few different times I tried to do a family tree, but wasn't able to do it with the technology that was available then. On a business trip I visited the World War I Museum in Kansas City, MO and it was a very impressive establishment. While I was there I remember thinking, "Didn't my great-grandfather father fight in World War I? And wasn't his brother killed alongside him in some famous battle? I wonder if I can find out where he died." That's what started it all. View all posts by cthomas1967

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