Martin Nicholaus Kugelmann (1827 - 1902)

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Martin Nicholaus Kugelmann
Bornc. 1827
Died15 May 1902
Medindie, South Australia
  • Butcher
  • Publican
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Published Obituary

From the Chronicle, Saturday 24 May 1902:

"Mr. Martin N. Kugelmann, who died after a protracted illness at his residence Hawker-road, Medindie, on Thursday week, was an old colonist, and at one time was well known in business circles. He arrived in Adelaide from Hanover in 1851, and soon afterwards commenced business as a butcher at Glen Osmond where he continued to reside for many years. He identified himself in many ways with the progress of the place, and served for some time as a councillor for the district. He also belonged to the order of Oddfellows. In 1871 he took over the Buck's Head Hotel North-terrace, and subsequently carried on business as a butcher in Hindley-Street. Mr. Kugelmann retired some years ago, and for about seven years had been an invalid. He leaves a widow, one son (Mr. R. Kugelmann), and five daughters”. [1]


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  1. "Obituary". The Chronicle. Adelaide, South Australia. 24 May 1902.

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