♀ Louisa Wehrle

1873 - 1944

 

Louise, Werle

Louisa Wehrle
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Andrew Wehrle
Andrew Wehrle
1839 - 1910
Mary Louisa Stoflen
Mary Louisa Stoflen
1847 - 1878
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Timeline

1873


May 17
1873 • The Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition discovers Franz Josef Land.[http://mapstor.com/news/this-day-in-history/30-08-2013-30thaugust-1873-the-arctic-archipelago-of-franz-josef-land-was-discovered.html This Day in History]. Accessed 22 November 2013.

1890


Sep 6
Age: 17y
1890 English archaeologist Flinders Petrie excavates at Tell el-Hesi, Palestine (mistakenly identified as Lachish), the first scientific excavation of an archaeological site in the Holy Land, during which he discovers how tells are formed.

1891


Jul 18
Age: 18y
1891 Pope Leo XIII issues the encyclical Rerum Novarum, resulting in the creation of many Christian Democrat Parties throughout Europe.

1893


May 4
Age: 19y
1893 • The Durand Line is established as the boundary between British India and Afghanistan by a memorandum of understanding signed by Sir Mortimer Durand, Foreign Secretary of British India, and Abdur Rahman Khan, Amir of Afghanistan.

1898


Feb 19
Age: 24y
1898 • The Southern Cross Expedition, the first British venture of the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, sets sail from London.

1920


Age: 46y
Lousia Wherlie, Harold E Fisher, Albert Fisher, Helen Cecilia (Fisher) Maurice, Marie Fisher - 1920 United States Federal Census

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Seattle, King, Washington, USA ⇓
They were living on West 64 Street. Marie, the second eldest daughter, was working as a machine operator at an overall factory, and Helen's husband Wilfred Maurice was working as a cutter there.
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1920 • The United States Railroad Administration returns control of American railroads to its constituent railroad companies.

1944


Jun 4
Age: 71y
1944 • The 1944 Summer Olympics, scheduled for London (together with the February Winter Olympics scheduled for Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy), are suspended due to WWII.

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