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Kuhl Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Sep 13, 2017

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Early Kuhls

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1821 - 1885
1829 - 1906
1832 - 1919
1858 - 1926
1861 - 1954
1869 - 1950
1875 - 1934
1888 - 1896

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Sample of 20 Kuhl Biographies

Aug 23, 1941 - Dec 10, 2007
Dec 2, 1930 - Oct 13, 2005
Jan 15, 1929 - Jan 17, 2002
Apr 18, 1912 - June 1968
Sep 6, 1931 - Aug 20, 2010
Aug 25, 1904 - July 1983
Feb 27, 1894 - September 1974
Aug 1, 1903 - November 1980
Jul 3, 1913 - Jun 22, 1994
Jun 19, 1920 - May 8, 2011
Jul 30, 1913 - Oct 20, 1991
Apr 10, 1892 - Jun 27, 1988
Mar 3, 1873 - August 1969
Mar 24, 1925 - Jan 16, 1996
Sep 20, 1906 - March 1988
c. 1957 - Unknown
c. 1965 - Unknown
c. 1882 - Nov 16, 1911
Unknown - Jun 7, 1910
c. 1910 - Unknown

Kuhl Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Kuhl family member is 72.0 years old according to our database of 2,438 people with the last name Kuhl that have a birth and death date listed.

Life Expectancy

72.0 years

Oldest Kuhls

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Jan 30, 1901 - Nov 3, 2006
105 years
Nov 12, 1890 - May 21, 1996
105 years
Jan 13, 1900 - Apr 20, 2001
101 years
Dec 11, 1899 - Jul 5, 2000
100 years
May 12, 1889 - May 29, 1989
100 years
Mar 6, 1893 - Sep 22, 1993
100 years
Aug 15, 1891 - January 1991
99 years
Jul 21, 1905 - Nov 2, 2002
97 years
Nov 14, 1901 - Apr 29, 1999
97 years
Jun 4, 1907 - Jan 8, 2005
97 years

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LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
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An Old German Recipe from Kurt A. Kuhl, passed down from Kurt's Aunt.

1 medium head red cabbage, finely sliced

Cook sliced cabbage in 3/4 cup water and 1/2 teaspoon salt; cook for 20 minutes.

Add:

1/4 pound diced bacon,
1 tsp caraway seed,
1/3 cup vinegar
and, more water, if needed.

Continue cooking for about 30 minutes.

Add:
3 or 4 sliced apples
3 or 4 Tablespoons sugar

Simmer about 30 minutes. Add water, if needed.

Enjoy!
Sep 28, 2003 · Reply
LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
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Recipe from Pearl Kuhl:

2 - 3 oz. packages lime jello
2 cups hot water
2 - 15 oz. cans crushed pineapple
8 Tablespoons mayonnaise
2 avocados
3/4 cup cashew nuts

Mix lime jello and hot water. Add juice from the cans of crushed pineapple and water to make 2 cups. When cool, add mayonnaise and mix until foamy.

Add the crushed pineapple, avocado (cut up) and cashew nuts.

Chill & serve!
Sep 28, 2003 · Reply
LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
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Recipe from: Pearl Kuhl

1 pound chicken livers
1/2 cup onion, chopped
1/2 cup butter
1 clove garlic, crushed
1/2 teaspooon tarragon
1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds
1/4 teaspoon thyme
1/4 teaspoon salt
dash nutmeg
dash cinnamon

Rinse livers in cold water; drain on paper towels. Remove and discard any membrane or fat.

In a large skillet, saute onion in butter until light brown. Add livers and remaining ingredients.

Cook until livers are firm and pink in the center (5-10 minutes). Pour into food processor and blend until smooth.

Place pate in lightly greased 2 cup bowl or mold and chill. When solid, turn out of mold onto serving platter.

Garnish with parsley bits.

Serve with crackers or toast.

Yield: 1 3/4 cups.
Sep 28, 2003 · Reply
LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
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Recipe from: Pearl Kuhl

12 chicken breasts
flour
shortening
1 cup chicken broh
1/8 cup chopped onion (or dehydrated chopped onion)
1 cup dry white wine (or to taste)
1 cup light cream (1/2 & 1/2)
pinch or 2 of thyme
24 - 2x3 inch slices cooked ham or Canadian Bacon
salt & pepper to taste

Dredge chicken breasts in flour seasoned with salt, pepper, and thyme.

Saute in vegetable shortening until brown. Stir onions into chicken both; add with wine to chicken.

Cover. Bake at 350 degrees.

Remove chicken from liquid. Make incisions on both sides of breast bones, stuff with ham slices.
Stir cream into liquid, add parsley flakes.

Place chicken in individual casseroles and pour sauce over each.

Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.

The original recipe suggests serving the chicken with buttered parsley potatoes; we like lots of wine sauce (gravy) over mashed potatoes.
Sep 28, 2003 · Reply
LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
190 favorites
Recipe from: Pearl Kuhl

2/3 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon dry mustard
1 teaspooon celery seed
1/3 cup honey
5 Tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated onion
1 cup salad oil

Blend well together & serve with your favorites!
Sep 28, 2003 · Reply
LeAnn Vallis Fekjan
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Recipe from: Pearl Kuhl

1-14oz. can sweetened condensed milk
(1 1/3 cups)
1/2 cup light molasses
1/8 teaspoon salt

Butter an 8"x8" pan or platter.
In 1 quart saucepan over medium heat, heat all ingredients to boiling, stirring occasionally. Set candy thermometer in place and continue cooking the mixtue, stirring constantly, until the temperature reaches 244 F. (firm ball stage), about 20 minutes.
Remove saucepan from heat; pour mixture into pan. Let stand until cool enough to handle.
With buttered fingers, pull the candy mixture until it becomes shiny and light colored. With fingers, twist taffy into continuous rope about 3/4 inch thick. With kitchen shears, cut rope into 1 inch pieces. Wrap each piece in plastic wrap.
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