Bill Kiemle, DJ, Karen, Laura Malchoff, Mark Malchoff, Cindy Malchoff, Erin Malchoff, Barbara Kiemle, Ernest Kiemle, David Kiemle, Sandra, Jamie, Ben, Matt, Tim Kiemle, Brian, Laura, and Wendy.
This is a photo of Ernest's Great Grandfather Bruno Augustus Kiemle in his Civil War Uniform. It was taken in Baltimore, MD in 1862. He enlisted in the Fifth NY Volunteers, Duryea Zoauves, Company F on April 25, 1861. He was wounded in the Second Battle of Bull Run on August 30, 1862 and given a disability discharge on February 11, 1863. He continued to have some disability throughout his life but went on to be a barber and a farmer. He was born in New York, NY on March 29, 1842 and died in Meriden, CT on August 30, 1925.
Bruno in Uniform
Georg Fredaricks Kiemle 1803-1873
Bruno Augustus Kiemle 1842-1925
George Frederick Kiemle 1873-1930
Ernest Parsons Kiemle 1902-1972
Ernest Allison Kiemle 1938-
I was born May 21,1938 and married Barbara Ann Brown in Elmira, N.Y. on June 25, 1957. I worked for New York State Parks for 42 years. We lived in Elmira, N.Y. until 1969 when we moved to Ithaca, N.Y. where I managed the Robert H. Treman State Park. In 1973 we moved to Fair Haven, N.Y. where I managed the Fair Haven Beach Park until retirement November 29, 1996. In the spring of 2001 when we returned from the south, we sold our house and moved to Red Creek, N.Y. to build a doublewide on Coolican Road near our son David. We have 4 children.
Ich wurde am 21. Mai 1938 geboren und heiratete am 25. Juni 1957 Barbara Ann Brown in Elmira, New York. Ich arbeitete 42 Jahre lang für die New York State Parks. Wir lebten in Elmira, bis wir 1969 nach Ithaca, ebenfalls New York, zogen. Dort verwaltete ich den Fair Haven Beach Park bis zu meiner Pensionierung am 29. November 1996. Im Frühling 2001, als wir aus dem Süden zurückkehrten, verkauften wir unser Haus und zogen nach Red Creek, New York, um ein Haus an der Coolican Road zu bauen, nahe unserem Sohn David. Wir haben 4 Kinder.