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Albert Lohmann

Albert Lohmann

Albert Lohmann was one of 16 children born to Gerhard and Louise (Virchow) Lohmann. His mother Louise was born in Pommer, Germany, the daughter of C.F. and Charlotte Virchow. His father Gerhard was born in Rhineland, Germany and was the son of Peter Lohmann, a carpenter.
Albert was born in Dodge county, Wisconsin about 1861. He married Mary Zenk in Wisconsin. He was a minister of a German Reformed Church. He lived in Wisconsin, Kansas, Nebraska, and Ohio where he was an administrator of a Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. His children with Mary Zenk were: Dena (Seifried)-Ohio, Sarah (Henney) -Ohio, Mabel (Schmidt) -Ohio, Fred Lohmann -Ohio , and Gerhard Lohmann -Texas.
Albert's siblings were: Mary (Miller)-lived in Kansas and Montana, Sophia (married: Paul Wilhelm), Anna (married Philip Reinhard) -moved to Illinois, Ida (Married: Fred Tichener -died in Ilinois and married Jacob Schrober and lived in Kansas), Amil (died at 3 1/2 years old), Fred (married: Anna Haney/ Hanni), Bertha (Married: Ernest Bauret and John Larkin Brown- she is buried in North Carolina), Martha (married: Carl Bohn) -Illinois, Emma Sybilla (married: Herman Bohn who was Carl's brother), Gerhard Herman (married: Emma Bendig -buried in Ohio), Sybilla Amelia (never married? died in Ohio?), Olga (married: William Grundmeier -buried in Ohio), Louisa died in 1875 as an infant-, Lydia died at 2 weeks old 1876, Baby boy Lohmann died 1877.

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