Ann, I would appreciate receiving any information you have, whenever it is convenient.So far I don't see much of a connection between the Giebels from the Dale area and Giebels from Fond du Lac, but who knows.I do not have any Steins or Ackermans in my data base at this time.This is what I know about Giebels in Fon du Lac:
OBITUARY Post Crescent Appleton, Wisconsin 11 Aug 1972 Edward E. Giebel Dale, Wisc. Age 78, passed away Friday morning at New London after a short illness.He was born June 10, 1894 in the Town of Dale and lived there all of his lifetime.He was an employee of the Soo Line Railroad until retirement 13 years ago.Survivors are his wife, Celia, three daughters, Mrs. Orville (Ada) Bauk, North Fond du Lac; Mrs. Ernest (Dorothy) Holliday, Appleton; Mrs. John (Ruth) Monsted, Jr., Glenshaw, Penn.; one son, Norman, Hutchinson, Kansas, 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from St. Paul Lutheran Church, Dale with the Rev. David Vose officiating.Burial will be in the Dale Union Cemetery.Friends may call at the Borchardt and Moder Funeral Home, Hortonville, Sunday from 2 p.m. until Monday at 11 a.m. then at the service. [Edward was the son of William C. Giebel b. Jun 1868 - 17 Nov 1910 and Wilhelmine b. Jan 1865.His siblings were Oscar, Henry, Amanda, and Walter.His grandparents were Johannes Giebel 21 Jun 1829-15 Jan 1909 and Johanna C. Romberger 21 Jan 1841-22 Feb 1922.]
1905 census Mike Giebel in Fond du Lac, 8th ward, sheet 12, line 262.He was 26, born in WI and parents in Germany & US.He worked at a hotel and owned his home free of a mortgage.Wife Mary was 25, born in WI and parents in US.So far I have been unable to find a relationship between him and my relatives.