The Stolzenburg Family 1892 Homestead on the Hoko River, courtesy of Charles Widger.
Displayed in our Clallam County Corridor.
Left to right:
William Stolzenburg (1881-1900), Wilhelm Christian Stolzenburg (1839-1921), Frederike Sophie nee Streeck (1845-1922), Emma Caroline Elise Stolzenburg (1870-1963) and Hermann Stolzenburg (1868-1955)
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Click on the small print Clallam County records to the left to find:
Midwife births, the Pioneer Index, and the Naturalization Index (still under construction) are listed.