Glen Ullin Yesteryears: Volume II: 1983 - 2008


Glen Ullin Historical Archives Committee, Glen Ullin, North Dakota, 2008, 304 pages, hardcover


Henry and Lydia (Mauch) Nagel

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to provide this Glen Ullin, North Dakota book celebrating its 125th Anniversary. Volume I was completed in 1883 for Glen Ullin's 100th Centennial.

Johann and Katherine (Sonnenfeld) Wetzel

Most of the book is the Family Histories section for pages 64 to 227. Family names of German ancestry include: Barth, Bechhold, Bickel, Bittner, Bleth, Boeshans, Boschee, Braun, Diede, Doll, Elmer, Emter, Erhardt, Erhart, Fesser, Fibiger, Finneseth, Fischer, Fitterer, Frey, Gartner, Geck, Gerving, Gietzen, Glasser, Greff, Gress, Haas, Hatzenbuchler, Hauck, Hellman, Hermes, Hertz, Herz, Himelspach, Hintz, Hinz, Hoerner, Hoffman, Hurst, Kautzman, Kinnischtzke, Knoll, Koehler, Krebs, Krein, Kuntz, Meier, Metzger, Meuchel, Miller, Moos, Mosbrucker, Mueller, Muller, Myers, Nagel, Neff, Neibauer, Opp, Peltz, Permann, Remmick, Renner, Rettinger, Richter, Ripplinger, Roemmich, Roth, Sayler, Schaaf, Schafer, Schantz, Schatz, Schmidt, Schmaltz, Schneider, Schreiner, Schultz, Schumacher, Sebastian, Seidel, Seifert, Senger, Steckler, Steffan, Stockert, Streitmatter, Thomas, Ulmer, Unruh, Voegele, Volk, Wagner, Wanner, Weisenburger, Weiss, and Wetzel. For many of these family names, the first immigrants came from the Black Sea German villages of South Russia (today Ukraine).

Peter O. and Clara (Kroh) Wetzel
Henry G. Gerving

The book includes class photographs and names for the Glen Ullin High School Graduates 1912 - 2008. Historical information and many photographs are found throughout the book.


Glen Ullin Yesteryears: Volume II: 1983 - 2008

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