This is to update data previously entered on this board. Hope it is helpful to you! J. christian F. Albrecht, living in Sheboygan City, Sheboygan, Wi.(1855 WI State Census Index) By the FC 1880; Wi; Sheboygan; Sheboygan,he is 56 and is listed as cabinet maker. He and both parents born Prussia His wife, Wilhemine 51 born Sax Weimar, her parents both Prussia Fred W.24 also cabinet maker born in Wi. as are his siblings. Herman 20, cabinet maker Clara 18 Frangiska (later Franciska) Via Ancestry.com death records, Franciska died 5 Jan 1897 in Milwaukee Wilhemine died 19 Feb 1892 in Sheboygan Although not listed in the FC1880 with this family, I believe that there is another child who may have moved out already; Gustav A. b. 1858 in Wi.he married 1st wife Anna Ghurman (Sherman?), children: Clara Emilie b.1882, d. 1944, mar. Robert H. Dow they lived in Plymouth, Wi. Robert W. b. 1881d. 1923 Buried in Plymouth, Wi. Arthur A. b. 1891d. 1947, His grave marker notes WWI service and middle initial L. (A. from FC1900) Dorathea b. 1890;per the 1910 Plymouth city , Sheboygan Co. Census there were the following child as well: Willie b. 1887 Gustav married 2nd wife: Fredericka ----, b.Germany(her M.1) by this marriage, he had one child; Althea b. 1903 d. 1957 Rocky River, Ohio. In the FC1930; Ill.; Cook; Chicago; Henry W. Graef b. 1889 in Wi. his wife Dorothea b.1890, Wi. (see above children) their children; Robert A. b. 1924,Wi. David W. b.1929/30,Wi. (6/12 at census) and Althea F. Albrecht b. 1903,Wi., sister-in-law (sister to Dorothea) Althea, aka "Al" married Walter Weidner and became a career Navy wife. They had two children, Arthur and Frances. Because of WWII era letters between my parents where these families are mentioned, I believe that Dorothea may have been nicknamed "Duffy" and their son Robt. served in WWII and had severe trauma from that experience. Can anyone fill in more of the blanks?