Dr.med. August Kuchenbecker, 1866

Name
Dr.med. August /Kuchenbecker/
Name prefix
Dr.med.
Given names
August
Surname
Kuchenbecker
Birth February 22, 1866
Kassel
Latitude: N51.319 Longitude: E9.497Google Maps™Bing Maps™OpenStreetMap™

Occupation
Arzt
Lengnau
Latitude: N47.182 Longitude: E7.366Google Maps™Bing Maps™OpenStreetMap™

Note: 8086: ab mit Zgn.14.05.1890; Arzt in Lengnau, dort bis 1910 eingebürgert, praktiziert später in Mump…

8086: ab mit Zgn.14.05.1890; Arzt in Lengnau, dort bis 1910 eingebürgert, praktiziert später in Mumpf oder Neuhausen, Menziken AG, Bad Pfäfers, Affeltrangen, Seewis, Bad Ragaz, + Chur 11.11.1943: 85.Njbl.Hist.Verein SG (1945) S.47 ; ZMGA 242 S.124 10701: ab ohne Zgn.10.03.1898 20110: ab ohne Zgn.24.04.1911

Marriage of a siblingWilliam Frederick KuchenbeckerAngelina YoungView this family
1881 (aged 14 years)
New Mexiko
Latitude: N35.69 Longitude: W105.94Google Maps™Bing Maps™OpenStreetMap™

Source: Nachrufe_USA
Marriage of a siblingWilliam Frederick KuchenbeckerAlice FeeneyView this family
October 29, 1913 (aged 47 years)
Muskegon
Latitude: N43.234 Longitude: W86.248Google Maps™Bing Maps™OpenStreetMap™

Address: Muskegon Michigan
Source: Nachrufe_USA
Text:

Nachruf_William F. Kuchenbecker

Death of a brotherWilliam Frederick Kuchenbecker
August 22, 1919 (aged 53 years)
Cochise
Latitude: N32.114 Longitude: W109.922Google Maps™Bing Maps™OpenStreetMap™

Address: Cochise, Arizona, USA
Note: Nachruf

Nachruf

Arizona, The Youngest State, 1913, pg 286

William F. Kuchenbecker, mayor of Tombstone and general merchant was born in Germany in 1850 and is one of a family of eight children, only who of whom beside himself survive: Charles F., who is engaged in the transfer business in Gallup New Mexico; and Dr. August Kuchenbecker, a physician in Germany.

William F. Kuchenbecker acquired a limited education in the public schools of his native country and when he was fifteen years of age came to America, settling first at Cairo, Illinois where he followed various occupations until he enlisted in the United States Army. He was sent to the western frontier against the Indians and served for five years throughout New Mexico and Arizona. After he obtained his discharge he remained in New Mexico where he worked first in a post trading store for four years and then went to Gallup where he engaged in general merchandising until 1907, going in that year to Los Angeles. After a short time, he removed to Tombstone, buying out a general merchandise stock there and establishing himself in business.

Mr. Kuchenbecker married in 1881 in New Mexico to Miss Angelina Young, a native of Gallatin Missouri. The father of Mrs. Kuchenbecker was a native of Virginia and her mother of Kentucky. Both are deceased. Mrs. Kuchenbecker passed away in Los Angeles December 5, 1895. She was the mother of two children: Minnie, who died in infancy and Louis Frederick who was born in Gallup New Mexico July 5, 1885. He is associated with his father in the general merchandise business in Tombstone. He married Miss Sadie E. Cowan, a native of Tombstone and a daughter of Thomas Cowan of that city. They have one son, William Thomas.

On October 29, 1913 Mr. Kuchenbecker married Miss Alice Feeney a native of Muskegon Michigan. For three years, Mr. Kuchenbecker was mayor of Gallup New Mexico and for two terms served in the New Mexico territorial legislature. He was elected mayor of Tombstone in 1912 and reelected in 1914.

Death
Yes

Family with parents
father
himself
brother
Private
elder brother
18511919
Birth: December 3, 1851
Death: August 22, 1919Cochise
OccupationMatrikel der Uni Zürich
Occupation

8086: ab mit Zgn.14.05.1890; Arzt in Lengnau, dort bis 1910 eingebürgert, praktiziert später in Mumpf oder Neuhausen, Menziken AG, Bad Pfäfers, Affeltrangen, Seewis, Bad Ragaz, + Chur 11.11.1943: 85.Njbl.Hist.Verein SG (1945) S.47 ; ZMGA 242 S.124 10701: ab ohne Zgn.10.03.1898 20110: ab ohne Zgn.24.04.1911