Braddock, North Dakota: 125 Years, 1884 - 2009

Braddock History Committee, Braddock, North Dakota, 2009, 192 pages, hardcover.


This book includes the section of "Family Tradition: the roots of our community," of pages 32 to 138. Family names include:  Adams, Agnew, Aikins, Anstrom, Baker, Basrot, Barth, Baumgartner, Becker, Bender, Bendeict, Benz, Bichler, Bier, Bitz, Bohlin, Braddock, Carroll, Christmann, Dahl,  Damsgard, Edholm, Eslinger, Fallgatter, Feist, Feyereisen, Getz, Glatt, Glovich, Grensteiner, Hager,  Hammer, Hedblad, Heitz, Hilzendeger, Hoffman, Huber, Jacob, Jangula, Johnson, Kalberer, Kappenman, Keller, Kiefer, Kooker, Kuipers, Kuhn, Kulanda, Kurtz, Lang, Leier, Loberg,  Magrun, Mandigo, Marquart, Marx, Miller, Mitzel, Moch, Mock, Moehrie, Moore, Naaden,  Ohlhauser, O'Rourke, Preszler, Pocta, Rambough, Reamann, Richter, Ringus, Roemmich, Sackman, Sagaser, Saville, Schiermeister, Schlosser, Schmidt, Schnabel, Schuette, Selvester, Seidel, Semple,  Silvernagel, Spangrud, Splonskowski, Slvalen, Swanson, Vasichek, Volk, Weible, Weigel,  Williams, Wolbaum and Zottnick.

There is a section in the book of "In Memory of our loved ones" including these family names with photographs: Barth, Benz, Bohlin, Feyereisen, Goldade, Kuhn, Leier, Mastel, Mock, Rambough, Saville, Schlosser, Schmidt and Silvernagel.

School and community information is included and photographs.

Braddock in 1909.
Braddock, no date.

Braddock, North Dakota: 125 Years, 1884 - 2009

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