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51 "Darlage" ist m├Âglicherweise nicht der Geburts-, sondern ein Ehename. Sie w├Ąre dann nicht mit der Familie des Bruders, sondern eines Schwagers ausgewandert. Darlage, Margreth (I123229)
 
52 "Deidesfeld, Pfalz" Gutting, Katharina (I112592)
 
53 "der j├╝ngere"; Zugeh├Ârigkeit zur elterlichen Familie nur vermutet Schmidt, Johann Nikolaus (I111683)
 
54 "Die Leiche ist mit Genehmigung des Pastors T├Âpken zu Apen nach S├╝dgeorgsfehn ├╝bergef├╝hrt und dort beerdigt, und zwar, weil das Kind ungetauft gestorben ist, in der Stille". Kruse, Gerhardine Gesine (I141856)
 
55 "Diese Persolitt lange an einem Hunger, den sie nicht stillen konnte, bis in den Tod." Schr├Âder, Maria Engel (I135728)
 
56 "Ditrich" Dietrich, Anna Elisabeth (I109128)
 
57 "Doerin" D├Âring, August (I134333)
 
58 "Elben in Churhessen" Cubel, Jacob (I85736)
 
59 "Emilio Bruno", born on the same date in Italy, died 3 Apr 1970 in Portland, Oregon. Either this was a giant coincidence, or for some reason he decided to pretend he was Italian rather than German. Bruns, August Herman Emil (I84750)
 
60 "Ende der Siebziger Jahre nach Kansas", die Familie lebt aber 1880 noch in Green Garden, Will, IL. Boiken, Boike Behrens (I28560)
 
61 "englische Schutzbefohlene" Cowley, Maria (I86984)
 
62 "erh├Ąlt sich durch den Hirtendienst" Schneider, Heinrich (I113476)
 
63 "erscho├č sich (geisteskrank)" Heidrich = Heiderich, Johann *Jakob (I116894)
 
64 "ex adulterio simpleci" [aus einfachem Ehebruch], "Joann Henrich Reder maritatus [verheiratet], lutheranus in Oldenburg est Pater, ut dicit mater" [Joann Henrich Reder, verheiratet, Lutheraner, in {der Stadt} Oldenburg ist der Vater, wie die Mutter sagt.] Reder, Johann Henrich (I68516)
 
65 "Fautz" Fautz = Frautz, Elisabeth (I112451)
 
66 "Felisbina" Simon Simon, Elisabeth (I97688)
 
67 "ferner wollen der Sage nach ... nach Amerika auswandern" Meinerding, Elisabeth Catharina (I138284)
 
68 "Franz Adolph Melchers, who immigrated in 1843, brought over his brothers Theodor and Alexander in 1848 and 1851; his parents came in 1850 together with their daughters Jenny and Agnes." Page 39 Melchers, Franz Adolph (I34770)
 
69 "Freyroth" M├╝ller, Heinrich (I113471)
 
70 "fr├╝h in Amerika gestorben" Maas, Maria Anna (I79965)
 
71 "fr├╝her holl├Ąndischer Kaufmann" von Hammel, Joseph Eugen Gerhard (I79628)
 
72 "Gaisthal, Neuenburg (-b├╝rg?), WurÔÇŽ (W├╝rttemberg?)" Koch, Marie Philippine (I141556)
 
73 "Gakel" Gaukler, Karl (I108739)
 
74 "Gakelsin" Gaukler, Anna Barbara (I108738)
 
75 "Gakelsin" Gaukler, Anna Barbara (I108738)
 
76 "George Fred Helwig" Hellwig, Friedrich Georg (I47665)
 
77 "Gerbstadt, Saxony" Nohr, Frank (I118527)
 
78 "Germans to America Index" falsch: Bernhardine, female B├Âckmann, Bernhard Heinrich (I120324)
 
79 "Geu├č" Gei├č, Jacob (I113841)
 
80 "Goenawein" N.N., Wilhelmine (I123045)
 
81 "Gottelsheim" Landau, Franz (I119934)
 
82 "Grevin" Graf, Maria Elisabeth (I112969)
 
83 "Grunenberger aus Zi├č" Kronenberger, Michael (I105927)
 
84 "Hans" Fortmann, Theodor Johannes Joseph (I123719)
 
85 "Hansen" Han├č, Anna Dorothea (I110706)
 
86 "hat sich [1881] in Antwerpen etabliert" B├Âcking, Richard Ferdinand (I98300)
 
87 "Haubert" Haubert = Haupert, Franz (I112998)
 
88 "Haupert" Haupert = Haubert, Katharina (I112997)
 
89 "He was cremated and his remains were sent to Keene Valley, NY, where they were spread over the area he loved and where he spent his summers." Hansmann, Maximilian Henry Louis (I59494)
 
90 "Heinrich Sommer", geboren 1831" (dieselbe Person?) Sommer, Joan Henrich (I125621)
 
91 "Helen Behres Deters was born in southern Minnesota. Her entire family was killed during the Sioux Indian Massacre. She was taken in and raised by the Behres family. She never knew her real name." -- family story told by Evelyn Thiers Hoeschen, granddaughter Behres, Helen (I117019)
 
92 "Herbst 1832" Busse, Friderich *Joseph (I64119)
 
93 "highly respected resident" Schnell, John (I90382)
 
94 "Hoerkamp" Huerkamp = H├╝rkamp, August *Martin (I103543)
 
95 "H├Âssweiler" Scharf, Philipp Peter (I113754)
 
96 "Hosweiler" Hey, Johann *Peter (I108358)
 
97 "I solemnly swear that I was born at Altona near Wildeshausen, Germany on the 7th day of June 1853; that I emigrated to the United States, sailing on the Steamer "Schmidt" from Bremen on or about the 1st day of September 1869; that I resided from Sept '69 to Nov '74 and from June '75 to Aug '81, and from June '88 until now at Jackson Co. Iowa; that I was naturalized as a citizen of the United States before the District Court of Jackson Co., Iowa at Maquoketa, Ia. on the 9th day of October 1874..." from his passport application 22 May 1902. Ahlers, Heinrich *Hermann (I1863)
 
98 "Idar-am-Vabe (?), F├╝rstenturm Birkenfeld" Becker, Ernst Hugo (I113923)
 
99 "in der N├Ąhe von Oldenburg" geboren Oellien, Georg Diedrich Rudolf (I129381)
 
100 "In der Wohnung des Frerich Bohlken....Wiederholung als Zivilehe vor der Amt Westerstede am 4. Okt 1855"

This marriage, which was not considered legitimate at the time because it had not been performed by the Lutheran pastor, led to the change of the law in Oldenburg (31 Mai 1855.) Oldenburg was the first place in Germany to allow for civil registration of marriages. 
Familie F18414
 

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