Note: Gronenberg, Suesel Ksp, Ahrensboek Amt Luebeck, Holstein Stepfather a Beuthien? 4 Mär 1884
Name: Dorothea Brockmann Event Type: burial Death Date: 4 Mar 1901 Burial Date: 6 Mar 1901 Church Name: St John Church Location: Dubuque, Iowa
Name: Herman Brookman Birth Year: abt 1862 Birth Place: Iowa Gender: Male Race: White Marital Status: Single Census Date: 1 Jan 1925 Residence State: Iowa Residence County: Dubuque Locality: Center Relation to Head: Uncle Mother: Dora Niedhoffr Mother's Birthplace: Germany Father: Charles Brookman Father's Birthplace: Germany Marriage Place: Dubuque, Iowa Roll: IA1925_1699 Line: 18
151 Brockman Charles Beuthien Doris 29 Jul 1851
Dubuque Morning Times, Thursday March 7, 1901 - Page 5, Column 5
DEATH OF MRS. DR. BROCKMAN She Was Well Known in City and County and Highly Esteemed
Mrs. Dora Brockmann, wife of Dr. Charles Brockman, of Center township died at the family residence at 7:30 o'clock Monday Morning. Mrs. Brockmann was born in Schleswig-Holstein, Feb. 23, 1830. She emigrated to this country in 1850 and in 1851 was united in marriage to Dr. Brockmann, who survives her with seven children - Henry; Katie, now Mrs. P. Broessel; Annie, now Mrs John Luxinger; Tillie, now Mrs. Gabriel Baumgartner; Minnie, now Mrs. Pelton of Deerfield, Iowa; Adolph and Herman, at home; alos several grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren.
Mrs. Brockmann was of a very genial nature, and her friends, who are legion, will sincerely regret her demise.
She was well and favorably known in Dubuque and the northern part of the county, and was a woman whose happy temperament and many deeds of charity had endeared her to all who know her.
The funeral took place Wednesday and was very largely attended, services being held at the Center township Lutheran church.
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