Brush, Morgan Co., Colorado

Names: 
Brush, Morgan Co., Colorado
History: 

Many Volga German families came to Brush to work in the sugar beet industry. The factory opened 11 October 1906 in northeast Bruch and operated until 1955. Only the warehouse remains today.

Volga German Congregations: 

Immanuel Congregational Church St. Mary's Catholic Church

Volga German Families: 

The following Volga German families are known to have settled in Brush: Amen from Frank Aschenbrenner from Norka Beck Becker Bernhardt BerschBlumBollig Bostrom / Bostron Bott Brautigam Brungardt / Brunkhardt Butz from Beideck Denning Dreith from Beideck Eichorn from Dönhof Eckes / Ickes Eckhardt Engelman from Kukkus Floth Foos Frick Friehauf Fritzler Geisick / Giesick Geist Gelroth George Herbst Hergenreter Kahler / Koehler Kammerzell Kauffman from Frank Kautz Kissler Klippert from Walter Kloberdanz Krieger from Norka Lappb Lauck Lebsack / Lebsock Legleiter Leis Miller Mohrlang Nuss Oblander Pabst from Beideck Pfannenstiel / Fahnenstiel Quint Rehn Reich Reifschneider Scheideman Schillerif Schilling Schmick Schnegelberger from Beideck Schott Schreiber Schreiner Schultheis / Schuldies Schwindt Siegwardt / Sigwart Spahn Spomer from Beideck Uhrich from Frank Unrein Usinger Wacker / Walker from Norka Walter / Walters Wamboldt / Wombold from Dietel Weimer Wiederspahn / Wiederspan Winter Wolf Yakel

Sources: 

- Brush Colorado Sugar Factory (Peter)

Pre-Volga Origin

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