Julie, Thanks for all of the information you posted in August. I found a pdf copy of the "Commemorative Biographical Record of the counties of Brown, etc" online and downloaded it, so I have the original information.
I wanted to tell you about a book I found and borrowed through interlibrary loan."German birthplaces of Green Bay area immigrants" by Ellen Marie Piehl.Franz Liebmann's marriage is on pg 76, Louis Liebmann's marriage is on pg 77, and Chritiane Liebmann's marriage is on pg. 75.The marriages are in the church records of the East Side Moravian Church, 505 East Allouez Ave., Green Bay.The death record for a Christian Michael Liebmann is on pg 81 in the records from the same church.He died on 23 April 1861 which conflicts with the information you posted in your last email.Can't tell from the entry whether this is our C. M. Liebmann.
I also wanted to shed some light on the confusion you talked about in your first post in July 2006 about the town of origin.I believe the family came from the small village of Lichta.It is near the town of Konigsee.The large city nearby is Rudolstadt.Before the unification of Germany these places were in the small "kingdom" of Schwarzburg.So the conflicting information comes from having different ways to refer to the place of origin.
One question:my Louis Liebmann married Christiane Obstfelder in June 1861.She arrived in the US in May 1861.I found her on a ship roster on ancestry.com.She is accompanied by a son Louis, listed as 16 years old, but I believe he was born in 1848.He used the name Louis Liebmann Jr. and settled in Michigan after he was an adult. Have you come across him?Do you know anything about him?