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  • ID: I3485
  • Name: Carl V. LACHMUND
  • Given Name: Carl V.
  • Surname: LACHMUND
  • Prefix: Prof.
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  • Name: Charles V. LACHMUND
  • Given Name: Charles V.
  • Surname: LACHMUND
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  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 27 Mar 1853 in , , Missouri, USA
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  • Death: Y
  • Census: 1870 Lyons, Clinton Co., Iowa, USA
  • Note: ┘Cb┘DCharles Lachmund┘C/b┘D, male, age 16, b.Mo., both par. foreign-born, at home, Attended school within year, Can read and write.
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  • Occupation: Director of German Conservatory of Music 1879 Clinton, Clinton Co., Iowa, USA
  • Note: "... very early in life developed a taste for music, and having determined to make the profession a study, he went abroad and studied six years, under the ablest professors in music, enjoying rare advantages; after perfecting himself in his profession, he engaged in teaching; in 1877, he organized the Conservatory of Music, and is meeting with an unusual degree of success, having over two hundred names enrolled, and having pupils from throughout the State ; he has labored indefatigably to raise the standard of classical music, and there are very few professors of music his equal in piano, organ and violin theories combined... Prof. Lachmund has had several offers to become professor of music in several Eastern institutions of high standing, but has declined."
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  • Census: 1885 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA
  • Note:
    ┘Cb┘DCarl Lachmund┘C/b┘D, age 32, b.Mo., both par. foreign-born.
    ┘Cb┘DCarrie C. Lachmund┘C/b┘D, age 31, b.Ill., both par. native-born.
    ┘Cb┘DHelen R. Lachmund┘C/b┘D, age 4[?], b.Iowa, both par. native-born.
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    ┘Cb┘DEmma Benson┘C/b┘D, age 20, b.Minn., both par. foreign-born.
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  • Census: 1910 Manhattan, New York Co., New York, USA
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    ┘Cb┘DCal[sic] Lachmund┘C/b┘D, age 57, b.Missouri, ...
    ┘Cb┘D...┘C/b┘D
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  • _UID: 8AD9672493D948F0BB3852A0F8E2D5284E08
  • Change Date: 16 Oct 2008 at 09:18



    Father: Gustav Otto LACHMUND b: Abt 1817 in Hanover, Hanover, , Niedersachsen, Germany
    Mother: Sophia SCHMIDT b: Abt 1826 in , , , Germany

    Marriage 1 Carrie J. CULBERTSON b: Abt 1854 in , , Illinois, USA
    • Married: 1877 11 12
    • Change Date: 16 Oct 2008

    Sources:
    1. Media: Biography
      Abbrev: BIO Lachmund, Prof. Carl V. 1879
      Title: Biography of Prof. Carl V. Lachmund 1879
      Publication: The History of Clinton County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns &c., Biographical Sketches of Citizens
      By Western Historical Co, Western Historical Company
      Published by Western historical company, 1879
      Original from the New York Public Library
      Digitized Jan 23, 2008
      799 pages
      Text: PROF. CARL V. LACHMUND, Director of the German Conservatory of Music, Eighth avenue, west of Fourth street; is a native of Missouri, and was born March 27, 1853; he was brought up principally in this State; he very early in life developed a taste for music, and having determined to make the profession a study, he went abroad and studied six years, under the ablest professors in music, enjoying rare advantages; after perfecting himself in his profession, he engaged in teaching; in 1877, he organized the Conservatory of Music, and is meeting with an unusual degree of success, having over two hundred names enrolled, and having pupils from throughout the State ; he has labored indefatigably to raise the standard of classical music, and there are very few professors of music his equal in piano, organ and violin theories combined ; his sister, Miss Emma Lachmund, is also connected with the Conservatory ; she studied in Europe, and received a thorough musical education, and in piano, violin and vocal music she enjoys a high reputation. Prof. Lachmund has had several offers to become professor of music in several Eastern institutions of high standing, but has declined. In 1877, he was united in marriage to Miss Carrie J. Culbertson, of Fulton, 111. ; she, also, has a good musical education ; they have one daughter Ś Helen Reed.
      Repository:
        Name: Google Books

      Page: Prof. Carl V. Lachmund
      Quality: 3
    2. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS MN 1885 Hennepin Co., Minneapolis
      Title: 1885 State Census Images for Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
      Publication: Taken 4 May 1885.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: Carl Lachmund
      Quality: 3
    3. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS IA 1870 Clinton Co., Lyons
      Title: 1870 Lyons, Clinton Co., Iowa census
      Publication: Taken 4 Aug 1870.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: Charles Lachmund
      Quality: 3
    4. Media: Biography
      Abbrev: BIO Lachmund, Prof. Carl V. 1879
      Title: Biography of Prof. Carl V. Lachmund 1879
      Publication: The History of Clinton County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns &c., Biographical Sketches of Citizens
      By Western Historical Co, Western Historical Company
      Published by Western historical company, 1879
      Original from the New York Public Library
      Digitized Jan 23, 2008
      799 pages
      Text: PROF. CARL V. LACHMUND, Director of the German Conservatory of Music, Eighth avenue, west of Fourth street; is a native of Missouri, and was born March 27, 1853; he was brought up principally in this State; he very early in life developed a taste for music, and having determined to make the profession a study, he went abroad and studied six years, under the ablest professors in music, enjoying rare advantages; after perfecting himself in his profession, he engaged in teaching; in 1877, he organized the Conservatory of Music, and is meeting with an unusual degree of success, having over two hundred names enrolled, and having pupils from throughout the State ; he has labored indefatigably to raise the standard of classical music, and there are very few professors of music his equal in piano, organ and violin theories combined ; his sister, Miss Emma Lachmund, is also connected with the Conservatory ; she studied in Europe, and received a thorough musical education, and in piano, violin and vocal music she enjoys a high reputation. Prof. Lachmund has had several offers to become professor of music in several Eastern institutions of high standing, but has declined. In 1877, he was united in marriage to Miss Carrie J. Culbertson, of Fulton, 111. ; she, also, has a good musical education ; they have one daughter Ś Helen Reed.
      Repository:
        Name: Google Books

      Page: 27 Mar 1853, MO
      Quality: 3
    5. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS IA 1870 Clinton Co., Lyons
      Title: 1870 Lyons, Clinton Co., Iowa census
      Publication: Taken 4 Aug 1870.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: abt 1854, MO
      Quality: 3
    6. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS MN 1885 Hennepin Co., Minneapolis
      Title: 1885 State Census Images for Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
      Publication: Taken 4 May 1885.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: abt 1853, MO
      Quality: 3
    7. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS IA 1870 Clinton Co., Lyons
      Title: 1870 Lyons, Clinton Co., Iowa census
      Publication: Taken 4 Aug 1870.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: Pg 9/299, Dw: 64, Fam: 78
      Quality: 3
    8. Media: Biography
      Abbrev: BIO Lachmund, Prof. Carl V. 1879
      Title: Biography of Prof. Carl V. Lachmund 1879
      Publication: The History of Clinton County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns &c., Biographical Sketches of Citizens
      By Western Historical Co, Western Historical Company
      Published by Western historical company, 1879
      Original from the New York Public Library
      Digitized Jan 23, 2008
      799 pages
      Text: PROF. CARL V. LACHMUND, Director of the German Conservatory of Music, Eighth avenue, west of Fourth street; is a native of Missouri, and was born March 27, 1853; he was brought up principally in this State; he very early in life developed a taste for music, and having determined to make the profession a study, he went abroad and studied six years, under the ablest professors in music, enjoying rare advantages; after perfecting himself in his profession, he engaged in teaching; in 1877, he organized the Conservatory of Music, and is meeting with an unusual degree of success, having over two hundred names enrolled, and having pupils from throughout the State ; he has labored indefatigably to raise the standard of classical music, and there are very few professors of music his equal in piano, organ and violin theories combined ; his sister, Miss Emma Lachmund, is also connected with the Conservatory ; she studied in Europe, and received a thorough musical education, and in piano, violin and vocal music she enjoys a high reputation. Prof. Lachmund has had several offers to become professor of music in several Eastern institutions of high standing, but has declined. In 1877, he was united in marriage to Miss Carrie J. Culbertson, of Fulton, 111. ; she, also, has a good musical education ; they have one daughter Ś Helen Reed.
      Repository:
        Name: Google Books

      Page: Director of the German Conservatory of Music, Clinton, IA
      Quality: 3
    9. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS MN 1885 Hennepin Co., Minneapolis
      Title: 1885 State Census Images for Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
      Publication: Taken 4 May 1885.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: Pg 16/381-17/382, Fam: 112
      Quality: 3
    10. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS NY 1910 New York Co., Manhattan
      Title: 1910 Federal Census Images for Manhattan, New York Co., New York
      Publication: Taken 19 Apr 1910.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: Sheet 9B/4851, Dw: 177, Fam: 72
      Quality: 3
    11. Media: Biography
      Abbrev: BIO Lachmund, Prof. Carl V. 1879
      Title: Biography of Prof. Carl V. Lachmund 1879
      Publication: The History of Clinton County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns &c., Biographical Sketches of Citizens
      By Western Historical Co, Western Historical Company
      Published by Western historical company, 1879
      Original from the New York Public Library
      Digitized Jan 23, 2008
      799 pages
      Text: PROF. CARL V. LACHMUND, Director of the German Conservatory of Music, Eighth avenue, west of Fourth street; is a native of Missouri, and was born March 27, 1853; he was brought up principally in this State; he very early in life developed a taste for music, and having determined to make the profession a study, he went abroad and studied six years, under the ablest professors in music, enjoying rare advantages; after perfecting himself in his profession, he engaged in teaching; in 1877, he organized the Conservatory of Music, and is meeting with an unusual degree of success, having over two hundred names enrolled, and having pupils from throughout the State ; he has labored indefatigably to raise the standard of classical music, and there are very few professors of music his equal in piano, organ and violin theories combined ; his sister, Miss Emma Lachmund, is also connected with the Conservatory ; she studied in Europe, and received a thorough musical education, and in piano, violin and vocal music she enjoys a high reputation. Prof. Lachmund has had several offers to become professor of music in several Eastern institutions of high standing, but has declined. In 1877, he was united in marriage to Miss Carrie J. Culbertson, of Fulton, 111. ; she, also, has a good musical education ; they have one daughter Ś Helen Reed.
      Repository:
        Name: Google Books

      Page: 1877
    12. Media: Census
      Abbrev: CS MN 1885 Hennepin Co., Minneapolis
      Title: 1885 State Census Images for Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
      Publication: Taken 4 May 1885.
      Repository:
        Name: Ancestry.com

      Page: bef 1881, birth of daughter, Helen

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