The Riehles of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

Andrew & Anna (Marks) Riehle

Andrew F. Riehle was born in July 1859 in Morris, Indiana, son of Leonhard and Magdelena (Voegele) Riehle. Leonhard had come to America with his father Felix from Wagshurst, Baden in 1847.

In or around 1879 Andrew moved to Wisconsin and on May 13, 1889 married Anna Marks. They had nine children together over the course of the next 16 years, settling in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, just outside of Milwaukee. Andrew died on April 1, 1940, in Menomonee Falls at the age of 80.

Click On Photo to enlarge.

We have a number of photographs below with an equal number of questions so we urge any family members from this Family Segment to contact us if they can help resolve these questions and/or provide more information of the Menomonee Falls branch of the family.

This photograph is from approximately 1900 and is reported to be a
Riehle family gathering in Menomonee Falls. 

The above pictured post card was sent from Menomonee Falls in December 1918 (following the November 11 armistice at the end of the First World War) to Andrew Riehle Jr.  It appears to read, in part, as follows:  “Dear Brother, did not hear from you for a long time.  (?) is worrying that you don’t write.  We got a letter from George.  He is in France.  He thought that you are in France… (?)”

This photograph is of Clarence Riehle, son of Andrew F. Riehle.  It is reported to have been taken in the 1920s.  If anyone has additional information, please comment below.

Click on photos to enlarge

The photograph to the right was  taken  in the 1930’s and pictures Andrew L. Riehle (son of Andrew F). The women he is pictured with are not yet identified.

Descendants of Andrew F. Riehle, Son of Leonhard Riehle
(Click to enlarge)


Immigrants:  Felix & Leonhard Riehle – From
Wagshurst to Ripley County Indiana


See also our brief article on the actor, Richard Riehle
who is from this branch of the family.


“Menomonee” is a Native American word for wild rice


Riehle.Net would like to thank Joseph Dukler for
contributing information and photographs

If you found this article interesting and would like to share with family on social media, please click below and spread the word.

Replies, comments or questions...

Notify of