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Photo #20843

Last Name: Sprock

First Name : Frederich

Middle Name: William Louis

Subject's City: Charter Oak

Subject's State: IA

Subject's County: Crawford

Subject's Country: USA

Date: 1901-1920


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Photographer's State: IA

Nee: Reetz

Type** : WED

Comments: Frederich William Louis Sprock (Nee: Reetz) | Charter Oak IA USA | 1901-1920 | Comments: Louis had come to Charter Oak from Canada at the age of 18 to learn carpentry and cabinet-making from William Noxsel. Louis met Ida while he was living at Ida's father's hotel in Charter Oak. He built a home for Ida when they were is still standing and in use by their oldest daughter and, built three houses for the Franz Reetz. Louis was the contractor for St. John's Lutheran School, and was the carpenty subcontractor for St. John's church in Charter Oak, which William Noxsel helped build.

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