Martha Köhl was married twice and died early at the birth of her child. Bernhard Köhl took in the orphans and took care of them.
Emeritha, second oldest daughter of mayor Bernhard von Köhl, followed the advice of her parents and married Georg Reidt around 1666
Joseph Köhl was the youngest son of the mayor Bernhard von Köhl. After his death, Joseph took over the administration of the Köhl property.
Gerthrut Köhl married the Chur merchant Georg Laurer in 1692. Their descendants were to occupy many important offices in the city of Chur and come to great prosperity.
Gerthrut Köhl married late and had no descendants….
Elsbeth had married David Terz with the consent of her parents and had a blessed marriage. She lived with her family in the Weisse Ochsen on Ochsenplatz.
In the Episcopal Archives a letter from Bernhard Köhl, written on April 8, 1666, could be found.
The Bündner Monatsblatt has published in its latest edition an article about the mayor Bernhard von Köhl.
Until now almost nothing was known about Anna Wald. Now her family could be found in Chur
A chronicle lost for more than 140 years discovered by chance in the Chur city archives.
The places of residence of the Köhl-Janett family could be determined
Peter was a pious and capable child. Some things about his life were unclear and confused. With new clues, his life could now be traced in more detail
Several families from Pontresina have founded the hotel business in Pontresina with their assets acquired abroad. Relatives of the Köhl family were significantly involved in this.
Letters between the Köhl family and Peter Johann Jenny provide a unique insight into the life of the family.
In 1684 Bernhard Köhl and his heirs were raised to nobility. The original document and 2 copies of it have been preserved.
Until now almost nothing was known about the last years of the life of the relative Simeon. In the church books of Jenins an entry about his death could now be found. This means that Simeon spent the last years of his life with his daughter Anna on the Hinterwaldehof in Jenins and also died there. Since no entries could be found in Chur, Simeon was buried in Jenins.
New findings Simeon Köhl, relative
New findings about the family of the emigrant Peter Köhl
Grave monuments Daleu cemetery
Another family member of the carpenter Christian Köhl discovered
Contact Bruesch family USA
Details about the emigrant Peter Köhl
New biographies of Walter, Hans and Christian Köhl
The analysis of the protocols of the guardianship authority has revealed new details about the history of the family of Colonel Sebastian von Köhl.
New background details to the emigration and journey to Iowa by Christian Köhl.
Picture of carpenter Christian Köhl
Picture of Rosa Köhl-Stemmer
Descendants of the Köhls in America
Letter from Simeon Köhl
Martin from Cleric
Pictures of the Metzgmühle in Chur
House at Martinsplatz 4