?  Eggert Family Genealogy


[M]     Eggert, Johann Heinrich

Birth:        9 Apr 1799, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Baptism:      9 Apr 1799, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Death:        15 Sep 1872, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Burial:       17 Sep 1872, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Eggert, Johann Joachim (*1771 Breese in der Marsch, Dannenberg, Hannover +1835 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
Mother:    Wente, Catharine Dorothea (*1766 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1848 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married(1) Hülsen, Dorothea Maria Magdalena (*1804 Wendisch Wehningen, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin +1834)
	     8 Jan 1832, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Eggert, Johann Jürgen Heinrich (*1832 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1907 Kirksville, Adair Co, Missouri)
    2. Eggert,  (*1834 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1834 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married(2) Gierke, Maria Charlotta Elisabeth (*1809 Heidhof, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin +1856 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
	     22 Mar 1835, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Eggert, Catharine Maria Elisabeth (*1837 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1837 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    2. Eggert, Johann Heinrich August (*1839 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1927 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    3. Eggert, Catharina Dorothea Elisabeth (*1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    4. Eggert, Marie Elisabet (*1843 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    5. Eggert, Catharine Marie Elisabet (*1845 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    6. Eggert, Dorothea (*1852 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +>1927)

Notes:
Tenant in Langendorf. Shipmate and day laborer. He died of a tumor.

Taufpaten: Joh. Joach. Wente, Joh. Aug. Frese, Henrich Eggert

Sources:
LD(Page: 2-5), LD3(Page: 12,13), EGG3(Page: 1), HCEN1836, HCEN1842, HCEN1845, HCEN1852, HCEN1858, HCEN1861, HCEN1864, LD4(Page: 16)

Last changed: 12 Nov 2010


[F]     Gierke, Maria Charlotta Elisabeth

Birth:        14 Dec 1809, Heidhof, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Baptism:      15 Dec 1809, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Confirmation: 27 Mar 1825, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Death:        9 Dec 1856, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Burial:       12 Dec 1856, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Gierke, Johann Salomon (*Dehmen, Stralsund +1817 Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin)
Mother:    Schulz, Caroline Margarethe Hanna (*1769 Jessenitz, Lübtheen, Mecklenburg-Schwerin +1813 Heidhof, Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin)

Married	Eggert, Johann Heinrich (*1799 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1872 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
	     22 Mar 1835, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Eggert, Catharine Maria Elisabeth (*1837 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1837 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    2. Eggert, Johann Heinrich August (*1839 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1927 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    3. Eggert, Catharina Dorothea Elisabeth (*1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    4. Eggert, Marie Elisabet (*1843 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    5. Eggert, Catharine Marie Elisabet (*1845 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    6. Eggert, Dorothea (*1852 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +>1927)

Notes:
She continued to live with her stepmother after the death of her father. She was confirmed Palm Sunday, 27 Mar 1825 in Dömitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin. She died of a chest ailment.

Taufpaten: die Schmitdtsfrau Margaretha Elisabeth Hoffmann, die Windmüllerfrau Charlotta Adalgunde Schütte (beide von Junkerweningen), die hiesige Zieglerfrau Cath. Mar. Elis. Heidse. Da sämtliche Gevattern abwesend waren, traten bei die Kuhhirtenfrau Magd. Elis. Karmaust und die Einwohnerfrau Cath. Mar. Dor. Schwarz. Beide von Heidhof.

MSCEN1819 gives her birth as 2 Feb 1809 in Fabrique, Kirchspiel Dömitz.

Sources:
LD(Page: 2-5), DÖMITZ, EGG3(Page: 1), HCEN1836, HCEN1842, HCEN1845, HCEN1852, HCEN1858, LD4, MSCEN1819, FS(Batch: I01308-7, Origin: Germany-EASy, Film: 69078, Reference: 233)

Last changed: 20 Feb 2013


[M]     Nehring, August Friedrich

Birth:        4 Dec 1833, Neu-Laskowitz, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Baptism:      15 Dec 1833, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Death:        10 Dec 1903, Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska
Burial:       13 Dec 1903, Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Nehring, Martin (*1799 Bukowiec, Schwetz, Westpreussen)
Mother:    Teschke, Catharine (*1806)

Married	Krüger, Auguste (Justine) (*1835 Butzig, Schwetz, Westpreussen +1932 Burt Co, Nebraska)
	     11 Apr 1858, Osche, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Children:
    1. Nehring, Ernest Julian (*1862 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +>1903)
    2. Nehring, Herman Otto (*1864 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +<1881)
    3. Nehring, Wilhelmina Therese (*1865 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +1933 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    4. Nehring, Augusta (*1867 Germany +1935 Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska)
    5. Nehring, Anna (*1873 Germany +1901)
    6. Nehring,  ()
    7. Nehring, Hermann (*c1878 Germany +>1903 near Portland, Clackamas Co, Oregon)

Notes:
Private forester in Neu-Laskowitz (Nowe Laskowice), Jaszcz (Jaszcz), and Jeszewo (Jeźewo), Kreis Schwetz (Świecie). He came to the US with wife and five children aboard the S.S. Australia, departing 8 June 1881 from Hamburg and arriving 27 June 1881 in New York. They traveled in the company of Herman, Ottilie (his wife), Otto (their infant son), and Hans Krüger (brother of Herman). Their last place of residence is listed as Borce (Borzec or Borce), Preussen. They arrived at Pilger, Nebraska on 3 July (LYONSMS) or 31 July (WHIS, WCEM) 1881. They stopped briefly at Pilger, then farmed near Winside starting in the fall of 1881, living initially in a sod house. The farm was on the NE 1/4 of Section 18, township 25 (Hancock), range 2, Wayne County, Nebraska, or 2 miles south and 3 miles west of Winside. (This land is now in the Vahle and Jaeger families in 1998.) He was a charter member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Winside Nebraska (organized 1890, edifice built 1891). He never learned English. In 1896 he bought from Carl Kipke and sold to Lena Kipke the north 1/2 of section 28 and east 1/2 of section 34, township 25 (Hancock), range 2. In 1900 he had a hired hand boarding on the farm, Charles Nurnberg. He retired to his home at 408 Miner Street, Winside before his death of heart failure. His body was found in a shed.

Taufpaten: Eigenth. David Papke, Jungg. Johann Goede, Jgfr. Carol. Nehring aus Bresin

EE.5 gives August and Augusta Nehring's immigration to the US as 1860. NENORFOLKOBITS gives his date of death as 12/17/1903.

The Australia passenger ship list gives the family relationships backwards for Hans Kruger and Herman Krueger.

Sources:
EE(Page: 5), OSCHE, CEN1900(Hancock Precinct, Winside, Wayne, Nebraska, ED189, Sheet 15A), WNEP, EGG3(Page: 1), WHIS(Page: 52, 115), WCOH(Page: 213), WAYNEH, LYONSMS(Date: 7 Jul 1932), GTA(Volume: 39, Page: 218), HPL, SCHMECH2, WCEM, WPL0, WPL1, WPL2, EGG19, IGI(Batch: 8613921, Film: 1396195), WCEM2, SCHWETZ, CEN1885NE, NENORFOLKOBITS, WCEN(Page: 175), WCONE(Page: 240), NEGRAVE(ID: 201031), NEHR3

Last changed: 19 Mar 2013


[F]     Krüger, Auguste (Justine)

Birth:        24 Sep 1835, Butzig, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Baptism:      30 Sep 1835, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Confirmation: abt 1850
Death:        4 Jul 1932, Burt Co, Nebraska
Burial:       6 Jul 1932, Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Krüger, Johann (*c1800 +>1861)
Mother:    Jahnke, Christine (Justine) (*1806 Westpreussen? +1892 Hoskins, Wayne Co, Nebraska)

Married	Nehring, August Friedrich (*1833 Neu-Laskowitz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +1903 Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska)
	     11 Apr 1858, Osche, Schwetz, Westpreussen
Children:
    1. Nehring, Ernest Julian (*1862 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +>1903)
    2. Nehring, Herman Otto (*1864 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +<1881)
    3. Nehring, Wilhelmina Therese (*1865 Jaszcz, Schwetz, Westpreussen +1933 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    4. Nehring, Augusta (*1867 Germany +1935 Winside, Wayne Co, Nebraska)
    5. Nehring, Anna (*1873 Germany +1901)
    6. Nehring,  ()
    7. Nehring, Hermann (*c1878 Germany +>1903 near Portland, Clackamas Co, Oregon)

Notes:
Her baptismal record gives her name as Justine, but she was called Auguste in most other records. Auguste was confirmed at the age of 14. She came to the US with her husband and children in 1881. She never learned English. After her husband's death, she remained in Winside until at least 1910, then lived near Lyons with her daughter Wilhelmina and son-in-law August Eggert, then with just her daughter, from the spring of 1917 to her death in 1932.

Taufpaten: Jungg. Gottlieb Krüger, Jgfr. Caroline Müller ebenda

CEN1900 gives her birthdate as Sep 1834.

Sources:
EE(Page: 5), OSCHE, CEN1900(Chapin, Hancock & Winside Precincts, Winside, Wayne, Nebraska, Sheet 15A), CEN1910(Winside, Wayne, Nebraska, Sheet 3B), CEN1920(Bell Creek Township, Burt, Nebraska, ED25, Sheet 1B), CEN1930(Lyons, Burt, Nebraska, ED7, Sheet 5B), EGG2(Page: 1), WNEP, EGG3(Page: 1,2), WHIS(Page: 52), LYONSMS(Date: 7 Jul 1932), EGG6, GTA(Volume: 39, Page: 218), HPL, SCHMECH2, WCEM, IGI(Batch: 8613921, Film: 1396195), WCEM2, SCHWETZ, CEN1885NE, NEGRAVE(ID: 201032)

Last changed: 26 Apr 2013


[M]     Rewinkel, Johann Christian Friedrich

Birth:        20 Jul 1846, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Baptism:      26 Jul 1846, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Death:        27 Jan 1913, near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Burial:       1 Feb 1913, near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Rewinkel, August Heinrich (*1791 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1862 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
Mother:    Fallap, Anna Elisabet (*1807 Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1885 Quickborn, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married	Spannuth, Margarethe Henriette Anna (*1858 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1936 Seattle, King Co, Washington)
	     4 Oct 1874, Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Children:
    1. Rewinkel, Wilhelm Henry (*1876 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1964 Nebraska)
    2. Rewinkel, Friedrich August (*1878 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1937 Nebraska)
    3. Rewinkel, Anna M (*1881 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1954 Seattle, King Co, Washington)
    4. Rewinkel, Louis Henry (*1883 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1972 Glendale, Los Angeles Co, California)
    5. Rewinkel, Herman Johann Jurgen Jacob (*1886 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1970 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    6. Rewinkel, Arthur Fredrich (*1888 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1945 Lakewood, Jefferson Co, Colorado)
    7. Rewinkel, Melinda M (*1891 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1986 Mercer Island, King Co, Washington)
    8. Rewinkel, Emma Marie Amalia Anna (*1893 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1991 Fremont, Dodge Co, Nebraska)
    9. Rewinkel, Elsie Marie (*1897 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1985 Veradale, Spokane Co, Washington)
   10. Rewinkel, Ida Emma Martha (*1900 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1928 Seattle, King Co, Washington)

Notes:
Fred. He was listed as a servant for his half brother August Rewinkel in Langendorf in 1861. He moved to the US in 1868, with William Wolter, on the cattle boat Tripoli. (This may be the Tripolis, which sailed for the Charles Börnstein company, known departure dates 10 Apr 1869 and 15 May 1869 from Bremen to New York.) He settled first in Eitzen Minnesota, working on the farm of Charles and Sarah Albee. On 25 February 1870 he filed his declaration of intent to become a citizen of the United States, in Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota. He was a baptismal sponsor for Henry Kohlmeier in Eitzen on 28 August 1870. He then moved to Nebraska in 1871 (FYH.15) or on 6 April 1872 (FYH.30, REW1, LYONS, EE4).

Fred worked in Lyons for Walter Lyon for several years before marriage. He was a charter member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church near Lyons, Nebraska, in 1874. They settled in June 1875 on the farm three and a half miles south of Lyons, where they lived in the two rooms above the granary before their house was built in 1881. This was in the southwest quarter of Section 7, Oakland Township (later Bell Creek Township), Burt County. He also co-owned, with his brother, 80 acres in Section 11, close to Dodge Creek. In 1885 he had a hired hand on the farm, Peter L. Nelson. He attended the Nebraska district convention of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, 19–25 August 1903 in Hampton, Nebraska, and the one on 14 Aug 1912 in Seward, Nebraska. Fred died of a lung condition after suffering a lung hemorrhage the previous August.

He always gave his birthyear as 1847. LD2.2 gives his birthdate as 18 Jun 1846, as does REW20.43, but stricken out and written 20 July 1847. ASR gives his age as 44 years on 20 Jul 1890.

Sources:
EE(Page: 2,4), LD(Page: 15), CEN1870(Wilmington, Houston, Minnesota, Page 27), CEN1880(Oakland, Burt, Nebraska, ED41, Page 13, Sheet 339A), CEN1900(Bell Creek Precinct, Burt, Nebraska, ED25, Sheet 7A), CEN1910(Oakland, Burt, Nebraska, ED29, Sheet 17B), FYH(Page: 15,30), ASR(Dates: 20 Jul 1880, 1881,1883-1912, 1918,1919, 27 Jan 1913,1914,1919, 1 Feb 1913), SFR(Page: 1-2), JP(Item: I, Page: 4), LD2(Page: 2), REW1, EE2(Page: 2), LYONS, HCEN1848, HCEN1852, HCEN1858, HCEN1861, HCEN1864, BNEM(Item: 1), BNEP, SDG, BNEGF, BNEMI(Page: 1), EE4, LYONS(Page: 227), CEN1885NE, HCON, REW20(Page: 30,34,35,40,43,44), WORLDC(Database: mato1, ID: I641), REWL(Letter: 7), SDG1(Page: 5), SDGCEM, BNEPL, REW55(Page: 6), FS(Batch: M00312-6, Origin: Nebraska-EASy, Film: 2021148, Reference: Pg. 100 Cert. #100), REW59(Page: 4), FINDAGRAVE(ID: 47947863)

Last changed: 11 Aug 2013


[F]     Spannuth, Margarethe Henriette Anna

Birth:        9 Feb 1858, Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois
Baptism:      28 Feb 1858, Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois
Confirmation: 1871, Eitzen, Houston Co, Minnesota
Death:        10 Feb 1936, Seattle, King Co, Washington
Burial:       16 Feb 1936, near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Spannuth, Carl Ludwig (*1825 Hespe, Meerbeck, Schaumburg-Lippe +1864 Jefferson Barracks, Carondelet, St Louis Co, Missouri)
Mother:    Kohlmeier, Caroline Dorothee (*1822 Evesen, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe +1892 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)

Married	Rewinkel, Johann Christian Friedrich (*1846 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1913 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
	     4 Oct 1874, Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Children:
    1. Rewinkel, Wilhelm Henry (*1876 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1964 Nebraska)
    2. Rewinkel, Friedrich August (*1878 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1937 Nebraska)
    3. Rewinkel, Anna M (*1881 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1954 Seattle, King Co, Washington)
    4. Rewinkel, Louis Henry (*1883 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1972 Glendale, Los Angeles Co, California)
    5. Rewinkel, Herman Johann Jurgen Jacob (*1886 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1970 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    6. Rewinkel, Arthur Fredrich (*1888 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1945 Lakewood, Jefferson Co, Colorado)
    7. Rewinkel, Melinda M (*1891 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1986 Mercer Island, King Co, Washington)
    8. Rewinkel, Emma Marie Amalia Anna (*1893 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1991 Fremont, Dodge Co, Nebraska)
    9. Rewinkel, Elsie Marie (*1897 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1985 Veradale, Spokane Co, Washington)
   10. Rewinkel, Ida Emma Martha (*1900 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska +1928 Seattle, King Co, Washington)

Notes:
Author of extensive diaries 1880-1923, Anna was confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Eitzen, in 1871. She came to Nebraska 10 May 1872 with her mother and siblings. In 1895 she went with Amelia Rewinkel to Chicago to attend the wedding of Rev. H. Spannuth. She moved to Seattle 3 or 6 to 9 December 1916 with daughters Elsie and Ida to live where daughter Anna was living. Her other daughters Melinda and Emma followed 6 July 1917. She lived with Anna and Otto Kammeyer at 5228 42nd Ave S.W. in an unfinished attic. She moved to 532 18th Ave on 19 March 1918. She sold that house before a trip to Nebraska May-October 1919, then moved to 1512 2nd Ave. W. in Seattle. In 1922 she was still co-owner of the family farm near Lyons. In 1930 she again lived with her daughter Anna and husband Otto Kammeyer at 5228 42nd Ave SW. At her death she was the last charter member of St. John's Lutheran Church near Lyons, Nebraska.

Sources:
EE(Page: 2), SP(Page: 47, ID: 13/468), CEN1860(Proviso, Cook, Illinois, Page 315), CEN1880(Oakland, Burt, Nebraska, ED41, Page 13, Sheet 339A), CEN1900(Bell Creek Precinct, Burt, Nebraska, ED25, Sheet 7A), CEN1910(Oakland, Burt, Nebraska, ED29, Sheet 17B), CEN1920(Seattle, King, Washington, ED148, Sheet 11A), CEN1930(Seattle, King, Washington, ED17-195, Sheet 53A), FYH(Page: 4,15,19,31), CIV, SFR(Page: 1), RIM(Page: 5), ASR(Dates: 9 Feb 1880, 1882-1893,1895-1911, 1913, 1914, 1918, 1919, 10 May 1872, 1888,1890-1894,1896-1900,1902,1904, 1907,1911,1912, 4 Oct 1881, 1885-1900, 1902-1912,1914, 1921, 1922, 7 Dec 1917, 6,9 Dec 1918, 19 Mar 1918), JP(Item: I, Page: 1,4), REW1, EE2(Page: 4-5), LYONSM, LYONSMS, BNEP, BNEMI(Page: 1), LYONS(Page: 227), CEN1885NE, REW6, BNEOAKIND(Date: Dec 13, 1895), REW20(Page: 34,35,40,42,44), WORLDC(Database: mato1, ID: I642), CEN1865MN(Winnebago, Houston, Minnesota, Image 3), EITZEN4, SDGCEM, BNEPL2, WADC(ID: 600), FS(Batch: M00312-6, Origin: Nebraska-EASy, Film: 2021148, Reference: Pg. 100 Cert. #100), FINDAGRAVE(ID: 47947893)

Last changed: 11 Aug 2013


[M]     Rewinkel, August Heinrich

Birth:        14 Apr 1791, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Baptism:      15 Apr 1791, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Death:        27 Dec 1862, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Burial:       29 Dec 1862, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Rewinkel, Johann Erdman (*1765 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1816 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
Mother:    Becker, Ilse Margretha (*1762 Grippel, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1840 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married(1) Becker, Catharina Elisabeth (*1792 Grippel, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1833 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
	     24 Nov 1819, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Rewinkel, Johann Jürgen August (*1821 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1876 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    2. Rewinkel, Jürgen Heinrich (*1824 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1834 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    3. Rewinkel, Catharina Elisabeth (*1824 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1832 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married(2) Fallap, Anna Elisabet (*1807 Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1885 Quickborn, Dannenberg, Hannover)
	     20 Dec 1834, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Rewinkel, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm (*1836 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1919 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    2. Rewinkel, Johann Jürgen Christian (*1838 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1840 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    3. Rewinkel, Maria Elisabeth (*1840 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    4. Rewinkel, Catherina Elisabet Wilhelmina (*1843 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1855 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    5. Rewinkel, Johann Christian Friedrich (*1846 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1913 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)

Notes:
August lived in Langendorf. On 25 June 1857, some children were making coffee in a building adjoining the Kraasmann residence in Langendorf, and the fire that resulted destroyed four residences and associated buildings, including the Rewinkel residence.

Sources:
LD(Page: 10-15), REWL(Letter: 7), LD2(Page: 1,2), HCEN1836, HCEN1842, HCEN1845, HCEN1848, HCEN1852, HCEN1858, HCEN1861, LD4, DANNSTA1, REW20(Page: 27,43), LDFF(Page: 6)

Last changed: 13 Nov 2010


[F]     Fallap, Anna Elisabet

Birth:        4 Sep 1807, Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Death:        4 Jul 1885, Quickborn, Dannenberg, Hannover
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Fallap, Hans Heinrich (*1773 Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1825 Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
Mother:    Krieger, Margarethe Elisabeth (*1775 Dannenberg, Hannover +1837 Laase, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)

Married	Rewinkel, August Heinrich (*1791 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1862 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
	     20 Dec 1834, Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover
Children:
    1. Rewinkel, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm (*1836 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1919 Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    2. Rewinkel, Johann Jürgen Christian (*1838 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1840 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    3. Rewinkel, Maria Elisabeth (*1840 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1842 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    4. Rewinkel, Catherina Elisabet Wilhelmina (*1843 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1855 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover)
    5. Rewinkel, Johann Christian Friedrich (*1846 Langendorf, Dannenberg, Hannover +1913 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)

Sources:
LD(Page: 11-15), ASR(Dates: 4 Jul, 13 Aug 1885), LD2(Page: 2), HCEN1836, HCEN1842, HCEN1845, HCEN1848, HCEN1852, HCEN1858, HCEN1861, HCEN1864, DANNSTA1, REW20(Page: 27,43)

Last changed: 27 Feb 2012


[M]     Spannuth, Carl Ludwig

Birth:        16 Mar 1825, Hespe, Meerbeck, Schaumburg-Lippe
Death:        16 Nov 1864, Jefferson Barracks, Carondelet, St Louis Co, Missouri
Burial:       Jefferson Barracks, Carondelet, St Louis Co, Missouri
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Spannuth, Carl Hans Heinrich Christian (*1799 Hespe, Meerbeck, Schaumburg-Lippe +1876 Hespe, Meerbeck, Schaumburg-Lippe)
Mother:    Klinge, Ilse Anne Christine Marie (*1787 Quetzen, Lahde, Westfalen +<1832)

Married	Kohlmeier, Caroline Dorothee (*1822 Evesen, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe +1892 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
	     10 Apr 1853, Bückeburg, Schaumburg-Lippe
Children:
    1. Spannuth, Caroline Maria Dorothea Gertrud (*1854 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1886 Ellinwood, Barton Co, Kansas)
    2. Spannuth, Carl Heinrich Friedrich (*1856 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1943 Conner, Ravalli Co, Montana)
    3. Spannuth, Margarethe Henriette Anna (*1858 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1936 Seattle, King Co, Washington)
    4. Spannuth, Maria Sophia Christina (*1860 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1888 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    5. Spannuth, Carl Heinrich Rev (*1862 Wilmington, Houston Co, Minnesota +1939 Centralia, Lewis Co, Washington)
    6. Spannuth, Heinrich Ludwig Friedrich Rev (*1863 Portland Prairie, Houston Co, Minnesota +>1902)

Notes:
Farmer from Hespe Nr. 27. He met Caroline Kohlmeyer while he was working in a drug store in Bückeburg. They both worked in Bückeburg for many years. He renounced his right of inheritance in favor of his sister Christine. He applied for permission to emigrate in March 1853. They left for the US immediately after marriage. They sailed from Bremen on the bark Ella on 20 April 1853, traveling with Fr. Kohlmeier and Dorothea Branding, and arrived in New York 2 June 1853. He farmed near Addison (12 miles west of Chicago). They attended St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chicago initially, then joined the German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Addison (DuPage County) by 1856, and then 17 Jan 1859 joined its daughter congregation Immanuel Lutheran Church in Proviso (Cook County), about 9 miles south of Addison.

They stayed in Illinois until 1860, then moved after 29 July to near Eitzen, Houston Co, Minnesota. On 7 November 1860 he appears as a witness (hence as a U.S. citizen) in the naturalization of his brother-in-law Frederick Kohlmeier, filed in Caledonia. He built a sod house on a 40 acre farm in 1861. He was a member of the Amerikanisches Luther-Verein zur Herausgabe Lutherischer Schriften für das Volk in 1862.

He left for the Civil War (3rd Minnesota Volunteers, Co A, Private, mustered 17 Jun 1864), contracted typhoid fever near Pine Bluff Arkansas, and was sent north to hospital at Jefferson Barracks on 12 Oct 1864. He died after serving a day less than five months. He lies buried in Section 33 Site 3148, Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Carondelet, Missouri.

His last words to his wife were "Karline, wenn ich nicht wiederkomme, sieh daß die Kinder eine gute Schulung bekommen." (Caroline, if I don't come back, see that the children get a good schooling.)

He is listed in the US Veterans Administration Nationwide Gravesite Locator under the name "Charles Spenmeth".

Sources:
EE(Page: 1), SCHA(Page: 111, ID: 1544), SP(Page: 46-7, ID: 12/207, ), CIV, SFR(Page: 1), RIM, JP(Item: D), JP(Item: I, Page: 1), GTA(Volume: 5, Page: 42), STAB(Signatur: L3 Ua Nr. 4h S.3-6), HHCO(Page: 323), STAB(Signatur: L120b Ü60), SP2(Table: 12, Page: 1, ID: 207), KOHL, ADD50(Page: 61), GTAB, CHIQ(Volume: 58, Page: 55), CWMN, HCON, REW20(Page: 27,43), SPAN7, INTERMENT, HESP2(Page: 75,77), PRF(CD: 42, PIN: 464969), CEN1860(Proviso, Cook, Illinois, Page 315), SPAN58, NGL(ID: 3144881), AFSL(Page: 87), FINDAGRAVE(ID: 81220548)

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[F]     Kohlmeier, Caroline Dorothee

Birth:        19 Aug 1822, Evesen, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe
Baptism:      26 Aug 1822, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe
Death:        30 Nov 1892, near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Burial:       1 Dec 1892, near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Kohlmeyer, Johann Heinrich (*1784 Evesen, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe +1852 Röcke, Petzen, Schaumburg-Lippe)
Mother:    Strübing, Cathrina Margretha (*1791 Barksen, Kleinenbremen, Westfalen +1867 Eitzen, Houston Co, Minnesota)

Married	Spannuth, Carl Ludwig (*1825 Hespe, Meerbeck, Schaumburg-Lippe +1864 Jefferson Barracks, Carondelet, St Louis Co, Missouri)
	     10 Apr 1853, Bückeburg, Schaumburg-Lippe
Children:
    1. Spannuth, Caroline Maria Dorothea Gertrud (*1854 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1886 Ellinwood, Barton Co, Kansas)
    2. Spannuth, Carl Heinrich Friedrich (*1856 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1943 Conner, Ravalli Co, Montana)
    3. Spannuth, Margarethe Henriette Anna (*1858 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1936 Seattle, King Co, Washington)
    4. Spannuth, Maria Sophia Christina (*1860 Addison, DuPage Co, Illinois +1888 near Lyons, Burt Co, Nebraska)
    5. Spannuth, Carl Heinrich Rev (*1862 Wilmington, Houston Co, Minnesota +1939 Centralia, Lewis Co, Washington)
    6. Spannuth, Heinrich Ludwig Friedrich Rev (*1863 Portland Prairie, Houston Co, Minnesota +>1902)

Notes:
Caroline served as a maidservant for a painter named Hofmeier in Bückeburg. She emigrated to America with her new husband immediately after marriage. After the death of her husband in the Civil War, she stayed on the farm near Eitzen Minnesota for a year and a half. She tried to find work in Chicago but failed, so she returned to Minnesota and bought another 40 acres next to her land, renting out all but 16 acres. This property was in the extreme southwestern corner of Winnebago township, the west half of the southwest quarter of section 31, right on the Iowa state line. She was a founding member of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Eitzen, Minnesota in 1871. She sold her farm to J. Deters and moved to Nebraska, arriving on 10 May 1872 with relatives, where she bought another farm from Mr. Geisler just east of the Eggert farm. In the spring of 1885, she moved to Ellinwood Kansas with two of her daughters and their families, and returned to Nebraska in the spring of 1887. She suffered from asthma.

Taufpatin: Dorothee Kuhlmanns aus Evesen.

SP.47 gives her birthday as 18 Aug 1822, but this is certainly in error. EE.1 and SFR.1 give the same date, but probably copied the error from SP.47. In her baptismal record, her father is listed as Friedrich Wilhelm Kohlmeier.

LYONSLVS says she died Tuesday night (29-30 Nov 1892).

Sources:
EE(Page: 1), SCHA(Page: 107, ID: 1475), SP(Page: 47), CEN1860(Proviso, Cook, Illinois), CEN1880(Oakland, Burt, Nebraska, ED41, Page 13, Sheet 339A), FYH(Page: 4,21), SFR(Page: 1), RIM, JP(Item: I, Page: 1-2), ASR(Dates: 19 Aug 1880-1885, 1887-1889,1891,1892, 30 Nov 1892, 1894, 1895, 1 Dec 1892), PETZ, GTA(Volume: 5, Page: 42), LYONSM, LYONSLVS, HCOH(Page: 54), STAB(Signatur: L3 Ua Nr. 4h S.3-6), KOHL, PETZ2, KOHL4, EE4, CEN1885NE, REW20(Page: 27,43), SPAN7, KOHL28, HESP2(Page: 77), CEN1865MN(Winnebago, Houston, Minnesota, Image 3), EITZEN3, SDGCEM, CIVPI1883, CEN1883NE(Burt, Nebraska, Page: 717), FINDAGRAVE(ID: 47804659)

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