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Luloff/Lulloff/Lueloff

Posted: 986472000000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1027049862000
Surnames: Lulloff, Lorentz, Lorenz, Gosse, Linde, Loos, Meyer, Meier
There were two Luloff (Iowa spelling) families that settled in Sheboygan and Manitowoc counties, near each other in late 1840's or very early 1850's. Frederick Lulloff (abt 1790-d. bef. 1870) and wife Dorthea Sophia Lorentz and Michael Lulloff (1796-1864) and wife Anna Sophia Lorenz. There is a strong possibility that these couples were brothers and sisters.

We have John Luloff (b. abt. 1820 - 1897, son of Michael & Sophia) who was grown when his parents came to Wisconsin. He remained in Germany and came at a later date - late 1860's possibly after the death of his wife, Henrietta Meyer/Meier. He went to Clark Co. by 1880 while his older children went to Iowa. It is a possibility that he could have had a son that has escaped all those researching these families.

Herman Gosse (b. 1854) husband of Mary Loos was a grandson of Frederick and Dorothea Sophia (Lorentz)Lulloff. Several children/grandchildren of Martin and Charlotte (Linde) Gosse married children/grandchildren of both Lulloff couples. The younger couples settled primarily in Clark County, Wisconsin and Buchanan County, Iowa. As mentioned in previous response there are a number Loos families in Clark County and area.

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
June 970488000000 
Obscherning 977572800000 
Obscherning 983620800000 
Thomas Lulloff 984744000000 
June 984744000000 
EARLKING 987854400000 
Sheila Streeter 1073496803000 
DorothyGosse 986472000000 
lindalueloff0... 1060342663000 
Shari 1060418022000 
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