Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin, 07 Jun 1930 Sat. Leonhard A. Meyer died Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Otto Langhoff. Born 93 years ago on 13 Aug in Barbra, Germany, came to America at the age of five. They lived in Waukesha until 1867, when his marriage to Miss Magdaline Icke took place, shortly after noved to Woodville, near Forest Junction, Calumet County. In 1911, he moved to Oconto Falls. Survivors include his daughter and son William of Marshfield.

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  • — Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin, 07 Jun 1930 Sat. Leonhard A. Meyer died Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Otto Langhoff. Born 93 years ago on 13 Aug in Barbra, Germany, came to America at the age of five. They lived in Waukesha until 1867, when his marriage to Miss Magdaline Icke took place, shortly after noved to Woodville, near Forest Junction, Calumet County. In 1911, he moved to Oconto Falls. Survivors include his daughter and son William of Marshfield.

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