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Bredthauer and Dailey family Bible records, ca. 1845-1972

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of photocopy of original ms. records (4 leaves) received from the Farmington, New Mexico, Family History Center.

Henry Bredthauer (1888-1948), son of Wm. and Dortha Brethauer, and Cecile M. Daily (1891-1972), daughter of Wellington E. and Dora Daily, were married in 1913. They had three children, 1915-1927. Their children were married at Scotia and Elba, Nebraska.

Wm. Bredthauer was born in 1845 at Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany. His wife, Dortha, was born in 1852 at Mardorf, Hannover. They were married in 1869 in Germany. They had thirteen children, 1870. The family was still living in Germany in April 1879, but was living at Ord, Nebraska, by Oct. 1885. He died in 1915 at Scotia, Nebraska.

Wellington E. Daily was born in 1856 at Decatur, New York. His wife, Dora, was born in 1860 at Kirksville, Missouri. They were married in 1878 in Greely County, Nebraska. They had five children, 1879- 1891.

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