Carl Hinrich Charles Brockmann

(1870 - 1901)

C. Brockman (1893) factory 45, 4th district of Iowa

423 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa (1900)

Charles Carl Brockmann – (father) started the cigar business. Combination of cigar manufacturing and retail cigar store (dealer).

Born October 10, 1835 in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Died October 3, 1897 aged 62

Wife Margaret Wiese Brockmann

Carl Hinrich Charles Brockmann served in the Civil War in the band. He was a musician.

Son: Carl Emil Brockmann. Son took over cigar manufacturing business after his father died. He operated the cigar factory from 1902 – 1910.

In the following timeline, “Charles” and “Carl” are the same person.

Timeline

1870  C. Brockmann, 142 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer

1873  Carl Brockman, 142 W, 2nd St. – no occupation listed

1875  Charles Brockmann, 514 ½ W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer

1877  Charles Brockmann, 514 W. 2nd St. – cigar dealer

1878  Charles Brockmann, 504 W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer and dealer

1880  Charles Brockmann, 430 W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer and dealer

1881  Carl Brockman, 430 W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer

1882  Charles Brockmann, 430 W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer

1884  Carl Brockmann, 410 W. 2nd St. (residence same address) – cigars

1885  Carl Brockmann, 410 W. 2nd St. – cigar manufacturer

1888  Charles Brockmann, 410 W. 2nd St. – cigars and tobacco

1890  Carl Brockmann, 432 Brady – cigar manufacturer

1892  Carl Brockmann, 432 Brady St. – cigars and tobacco

1894  Carl Brockmann, 432 Brady – cigars and tobacco

1896  Carl Brockmann, 432 Brady – cigars and tobacco

1898 – 1901  Mrs. Margaret Brockmann, 432 Brady St. (widow of Carl) – cigars and tobacco


Carl’s son, Emil, took over the cigar business in 1902.

1902  Emil C. Brockmann, 432 Brady St. – cigars, etc.

1906 – 1910  Emil C. Brockmann, 1423 Ripley – (wife Elsie) – cigar manufacturer

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