Wolfgang Muehlbauer

(1878 - 1957)

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Wolfgang Muehlbauer
1878 - 1957
Born
April 19, 1878
Bavaria / Germany
Death
January 4, 1957
Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota United States 56364
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer, mother to 11 children, was born on April 19, 1878 in Bavaria / Germany. She was born to Johoun Muehlbauer and Fransish (Mullor) Muehlbauer. She married Crosence Zormeier on April 4, 1913 at St. Michael's Church, Buckman, Minnesota and Crosence died on July 11, 1932 in Buckman, Minnesota. They gave birth to Herbert Muehlbauer, George Muehlbauer, Joseph John Muehlbauer, Lawrence Frank Muehlbauer, John Muehlbauer, Leo Muehlbauer, Henry M Muehlbauer, Regina B (Muehlbauer) Schamal, Norbert Muehlbauer, Clara (Muehlbauer) Tretter, and MaryLou (Muehlbauer) Schneider. Wolfgang died on January 4, 1957 in Buckman, Minnesota at age 78.
Updated: October 25, 2020
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Immigrated from Bavaria at the age of 30.
Destination: New York
Transit and travel compartment: Staying In The Usa [transit]; Steerage [travel]
Manifest#: 37665
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer
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Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota United States 56364
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer was born on in Bavaria / Germany
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer died on in Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota United States 56364
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer was born on in Bavaria / Germany
Wolfgang Muehlbauer died on in Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota United States 56364
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in Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota United States 56364
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Bavaria / Germany

Nationality & Locations

Germany
America : Sandstone, MN
Lucan. MN
Buckman, MN
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Adulthood

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Farmer
Railroad worker also

Military Service

Orchestra band leader in the Army in Germany
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Wolfgang Muehlbauer

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1850 - 1930 1850 - 1930
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1848 - 1930 1848 - 1930

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Wolfgang Muehlbauer & Crosence Grace (Zormeier) Muehlbauer

April 4, 1913 - July 11, 1932
Cause of Separation: Death
St. Michael's Church Buckman, Morrison County, Minnesota, 56364, United States

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Sep 20, 1891 - Jul 11, 1932 1891 - 1932

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Mar 16, 1930 - Apr 14, 2010 1930 - 2010
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Nov 13, 1923 - November 1979 1923 - 1979
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Oct 13, 1919 - Oct 5, 2005 1919 - 2005
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Sep 12, 1921 - Jun 7, 2009 1921 - 2009
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Sep 19, 1913 - February 1980 1913 - 1980
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Mar 16, 1918 - Oct 28, 1973 1918 - 1973
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Dec 16, 1917 - Jun 30, 1983 1917 - 1983
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Jun 6, 1916 - 2009 1916 - 2009
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Jun 6, 1928 - Mar 4, 1961 1928 - 1961
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Jul 15, 1926 - June 2020 1926 - 2020
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Jul 11, 1932 - Unknown 1932 - Unknown

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Wolfgang Muehlbauer, mother to 11 children, died on January 4, 1957 in Buckman, Minnesota at 78 years of age. She was buried in Buckman, Minnesota. She was born on April 19, 1878 in Bavaria / Germany. She was born to Johoun Muehlbauer and Fransish (Mullor) Muehlbauer. Wolfgang married Crosence Zormeier on April 4, 1913 at St. Michael's Church, Buckman, Minnesota and Crosence died on July 11, 1932 in Buckman, Minnesota. They gave birth to Herbert Muehlbauer, George Muehlbauer, Joseph John Muehlbauer, Lawrence Frank Muehlbauer, John Muehlbauer, Leo Muehlbauer, Henry M Muehlbauer, Regina B (Muehlbauer) Schamal, Norbert Muehlbauer, Clara (Muehlbauer) Tretter, and MaryLou (Muehlbauer) Schneider.

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In 1878, in the year that Wolfgang Muehlbauer was born, on June 15th, photographer Eadweard Muybridge - at the request of Leland Stanford - produced the first sequence of stop-motion still photographs. Stanford contended that a galloping horse had all four feet off the ground. Only photos of a horse at a gallop would settle the question and, using 12 cameras and a series of photos, Muybridge settled the question: Stanford was right. Muybridge's use of several cameras and stills led to motion pictures.

In 1884, by the time she was only 6 years old, on August 5th, the cornerstone for the base of the Statue of Liberty - a gift from the people of France - was laid. 120,000 people - most donations were $1 - donated to the completion of the base. An 1883 poem by Emma Lazarus was also written to raise funds. That poem was included in the base of the statue and is well known today. The most famous phrase: "Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!" cries she
With silent lips. "Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

In 1928, Wolfgang was 50 years old when aviatrix Amelia Earhart, age 31, became the first woman to fly solo across North America and back in August. In June, she had been part of a 3 man crew that flew the Atlantic Ocean but since she had no instrument training, she couldn't fly the plane - she kept the flight log. The North American flight became one of her many "firsts" as a female pilot.

In 1943, at the age of 65 years old, Wolfgang was alive when on March 31st, the Broadway musical Oklahoma! opened. Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II (the first of their string of successful collaborations), audiences loved it. The musical ran for 2,212 performances originally and was made into a movie in 1954.

In 1957, in the year of Wolfgang Muehlbauer's passing, on October 4th, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I, the first man made earth-orbiting satellite - and triggered the Space Race. Sputnik I was only 23 inches in diameter and had no tracking equipment, only 4 antennas, but it had a big impact.

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