Yuma County, Colorado
Yuma County Pioneer Photographs:
Otto J. Brunabend, Theodore J. Brunabend, Alvin
Otto declared his intent to naturalize, saying he arrived on the Argendina from Trieste, living a half mile east of Denver, age 25, so this would be about 1914. He said he arrived at New York on October 17, 1913.
Otto Joseph Brunabend registered for WWI in Yuma County, born March 1, 1889 in Vienna, Austrai, single, farming by himself, having served five years in the Augstrian military.
He's single in 1920 and 1930, still farming alone.
Otto proved up 280 acres in sections 4, 9, and 10, 4N 43W in 1921.
He has a marker in Weiser, Washington County, Idaho 188-1974 # 22089840.
Theodor Joseph Brunabend registered for WWI with an Alvin, Colorado address, born March 31, 1888 at Vienna, Austria, farming by himself. He had sight in but one yee.
He proved up a 120-acre tract in section 5, 4N 43W in 1919.
He's in Chase County, Nebraska in 1920, a construction worker, boarding wtih the William Todd family.
Ted is in Arapahoe County, Colorado in 1940, a construction laborer, now married to
Sarah 39 born in Nebraska, with Doyle 9 in Colorado and Virginia 6 in Nebraska. They were in Chase County in 1935, and have Calvin 2 born in Colorado.
Ted registered for WWII with an address of Hinds Lake, Colorado
Sarah Daschofsky is 17 in 1920 Chase County, with father Gustuf 68, and six siblings.
Carl Gustave Daschofsky is buried in Chase County 1851-1940 # 103473675, wtih Helen 1865-1916.
Ted died June 25, 1977 in Malheur County Oregon.
Sarah, born April 9, 1903, died May 29, 1992 in Malheur County, Oregon.
Virginia Faye Brunabend married John Quincy Adams on January 27, 1956 in Ada County, Idaho.
Calvin Lee Brunabend married Erma Mae Brockus on January 24, 1964 in Payette County, Idaho.
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