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Reyland, Philip J.
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Philip J. REYLAND, born December 30, 1796, in Landau, Bavarian Palatinate, prepared himself for the ministerial calling, and later married Margaret BOUZE, born July 1, 1801, also in Landau. The family came to America and located in Quincy in 1843, where Reverend REYLAND was active as a preacher for some time. Later he was engaged in several business ventures. Mrs. REYLAND died September 3, 1850, while her husband lived for a quarter of a century after that, departing this life in 1876. One son, Eugene REYLAND, many years ago located in Marble, Colorado. The eldest daughter, Caroline, became the wife of Jacob PFRANG, a tailor, born in Bavaria, who came to America and located in Quincy in 1844, the young couple after their marriage went south and settled in New Orleans, where they lived for many years until their death. Adolph and Louis BUDDE, wholesale grocers, married two of the REYLAND daughters, while Elenore, another daughter, became the wife of Fred W. MEYER, for many years prominent in business and financial circles of this city; one daughter of Philip J. and Margaret (BOUZE) REYLAND many years ago located in the city of Mexico, and the youngest daughter became the wife of Alexander UEHDEMANN, bookkeeper with the firm Warfield & MEYER, later locating in Jacksonville, Florida.

QUINCY AND ADAMS COUNTY HISTORY AND REPRESENTATIVE MEN by David F. Wilcox. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1919. p. 363-364.

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