Yes, My great grandfather Paul Faber, born January 14, 1840 in Waltershofen, Freiburg, Baden, Germany married Anna Maria (Mary)Stupfel born June 20, 1848. They were married on October 06, 1869 Ashton, Dane County, Wisconsin.
Their son Francis (Frank) Joseph Faber was my grandfather.
Alma Center News, May 5, 1932.
Anna Stupfel Faber
Anna Mary Stupfel Faber died at her home in Garden Valley April 26, after a week's illness. She had been in failing health for some time and Wednesday, April 20, she suffered a stroke and passed away the following Tuesday at the age of 83 years, 9 months and 26 days.
Mrs. Faber was born in Milwaukee June 20, 1848 and lived in that vicinity and Madison during her girlhood.On October 6, 1869, she was married to Paul Faber.Immediately after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Faber moved to Columbus, Nebraska, on their homestead, where they lived thirteen years.Then they moved back to Dane County, Wisconsin, where Mr. Faber purchased a farm.They resided there until they came to Alma Center in 1905.Mr. Faber purchased the Ed Merrill farm, also the T. J. Ringrose farm in Garden Valley, where his son Pete, now resides.He and Mrs. Faber lived on the Ed Merril farm until 1913.Then Mr. Faber sold to his son Lawrence and they moved on the farm with Pete and Mary, where she lived until she passed away.
Mrs. Faber is survived by three daughters, Mary and Mrs. Robert Heyroth of this place, and Mrs. L. G. Vogt, of Spokane, Washington,andfour sons, Frank Faber of Monticello, Minnesota, George Faber of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and Peter And Lawrence of this place.One son, Joseph passed away 17 years ago.The children were all present at the funeral except Mrs. L. G. Vogt of Spokane, Washington.Nineteen grandchildren also survive her.The funeral services were conducted from the Catholic ChurchFriday forenoon, Rev. Pollack officiating.Mrs. Faber was a kind and loving mother and was loved and respected by all who knew her and will be sadly missed by all.
One son John Herman Faber apparently was either disowned or thought dead as he was not mention in the obit.