The William Knuth Family of Augusta Wisconsin

Formal Family Photos from the 1870s through the 1970 of the Knuth Family

Bears Grass St Peters Lutheran Church Confirmation Class of 1939 An Augusta Wisconsin confirmation class of 1939 - at the end of the Depression - a change and movement to prosperity and movement to World War Two (World War II) John Knuth at the age of 14 in the top row - first upper left The church was in Bears Grass Wisconsin - an area just 4 miles from Augusta, it never became a thriving community. Bears Grass church was a 'subsidiary" of the more prosperous Grace Lutheran Church of Augusta Wisconsin

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Comfirmation Class of 1939

This Missouri Synod Lutheran Wisconsin Church has been de-sanctified but still existed until it was destroyed by fire August 21 2015.  It was found in the town of Lincoln between Augusta Wisconsin and Foster, near Osseo, Fall Creek and Augusta in Eau Claire County WI.

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