That’s right. Family Nibbles is now available as a book. You can enhance your personal library, and give a gift to a Teply family member.Continue reading
Month: March 2020
63 – End of a Teply Era 1865-1925
We’ve taken a look at an era of Teply families, from Frank Teply’s birth in 1865 and arrival in America in 1867 as a child to Ben Teply’s early death in 1925.Continue reading
62 – Ben Teply Died
61 – The Teplys and the Alexas
Ben and Anna Teply moved onto the Alexa farm in January 1921. Why?
It’s a story of neighbors, family conflict and lawsuits. Let’s take a look.Continue reading
60 – Ben Teply and Anna Kloppenberg (1G)
It’s January 1919. Ben Teply is just home from the war.
Anna Kloppenberg is working as a domestic.
Let’s get married.Continue reading
59 – St. John’s Church and Cemetery
St. John’s Catholic Church and Cemetery in Hanover witnessed the life events of our grandparents from the 1870s through the 1950s.Continue reading
58 – Ignatz Kloppenberg and Anna Ross (2G)
Let’s take a look at Anna Kloppenberg’s parents – Ignatz Kloppenberg and Anna Ross.Continue reading