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51 Have two children. Family: F268
 
52 Her name appears as "Chill" or "Gill" on several documents. Family: F393
 
53 Hermann Engelbrecht officiated. Family: F17
 
54 His wife remarried and became Mrs. William Sonnemeyer. Family: F353
 
55 http://genealogytrails.com/ill/winnebago/marriages-S.html Family: F1020
 
56 http://genealogytrails.com/ill/winnebago/marriagesM3.html Family: F137
 
57 I don't quite understand the circumstances. I found an on-line record for the couple being married in Clay County, Tennessee on 1 March 1877, but I found a Cumberland County, Kentucky record that they were married in March 1876 in Tennessee. It would be good to look at the actual Clay County record, rather than a transcription. They were married by J. Coffee. Family: F428
 
58 In the 1910 Census, Charles is listed as a night watchman at the piano factory, where sons William and George also worked. Meta and Augusta worked in a tailorshop, Louis as a glass maker, and Martha in the paperbox factory. In the 1920 Census, Louis is shown as a time keeper, and Walter as a machine worker for "harvester". George was a machine worker for the electric company and Augusta was a tailor. The 1900 Census shows birth months. Family: F14
 
59 In the 1910 US Census, John is listed as an undertaker in Chicago, and he and Ida and daughter Arvilla are living at 2130 West 21st Street, where they lived at least through the 1930 census. On the 1920 and 1930 censuses, John is listed as an undertaker owning his business. In 1930, daughter Arvilla is keeping books at the cemetery.

From Chicago: Its History and Its Builders...

JOHN C. KRUSE

John C. Kruse has been engaged in the undertaking business in Chicago since
1907. He was born in Hobart, Indiana, on the 14th of March, 1884, and is a son of William and Minnie (Meyer) Kruse, the former a native of Germany, while the latter was born in Indiana. The father came to the United States when a lad of seven years and has since resided on this side of the Atlantic. He is now living retired in Hobart, having put aside all business cares.

John C. Kruse, spending his youthful days under the parental roof, pursued his education in the public schools and after his textbooks were put aside began learning the butcher's trade, which he followed in Hobart and afterward in Chicago, feeling that he would find a broader field of labor in this city. In November, 1907, he entered the undertaking business at No. 2130 West Twenty-first street and still owns his establishment there. He opened another place of business at No. 816 West Nineteenth street and conducted it as a livery business for three years but now uses the place as an automobile livery and is the owner of two limousine cars. He has a well appointed undertaking establishment and is conducting a growing and profitable business.

Mr. Kruse was united in marriage on the 6th of November, 1907, to Miss Ida Diedrich, of Chicago, and they have one child, Arvilla. The religious faith of the parents is that of the Lutheran church, to which they loyally adhere, and in his political views Mr. Kruse is a republican, giving earnest and stalwart support to the party yet he is without ambition for office. He feels that his full time and attention are needed in connection with his business and his fair dealing and reliability have won for him a growing patronage as the years have gone by. He belongs to the Chicago Undertakers Association and also to the Chicago Motor Liverymen's Association. 
Family: F412
 
60 In the margin, Alma Huber wrote: "Bertha and Louis both living -- perhaps past 80 at Newell, Iowa. Helen and I visited them in 1962. He had many old records in his Bible. Rec'd a letter from them May 10, 1966. Zone? looks like 37568" Family: F269
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F859
 
62 It appears Benjamin's sister, Pauline, married Elizabeth Curry's brother, James Robert. Both Benjamin and Pauline (Purilena) appear on the 1850 US Census for District 59, Monroe County, Missouri, with their parents: William S. and Ann Sanders. Family: F891
 
63 It appears James Robert's sister, Elizabeth, married Pauline Sanders' brother, Benjamin. Both Benjamin and Pauline (Purilena) appear on the 1850 US Census for District 59, Monroe County, Missouri, with their parents: William S. and Ann Sanders. Family: F890
 
64 Jacob Mitchell (born in New Jersey) and his family living next door. John's brother? Family: F1014
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F271
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F400
 
67 Joachim and Louise, with their daughter Wilhelmine, and Joachim's parents Christian and Sophia, left Hamburg, Germany on 7 July 1875 on the maiden voyage of the SS Wieland. Built by A Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, she was purchased on 16 June 1874 from the Adler Line, which never sailed her, by the Hamburg America Line. The iron-hulled 3,507 gross ton ship was 375 feet long and 40 feet wide. Beside two masts rigged for sailing, her engines, single screw, and single funnel could produce a speed of 13 knots. The Wieland held 90, 100, and 800 first, second, and third class passengers, respectively. After a stopover in LeHavre, France, they sailed on to New York City, passing through Castle Garden on the tip of Manhatten on 21 July 1875. Castle Garden was the immigration center from 1830 until Ellis Island opened in 1892. On the way, daughter Anna was born. This was the third of three immigrations of the Christian and Sophia Kubbernuss family to Berrien County, Michigan. Sources: Family: F86
 
68 Karl's death certificate indicates he was a widower at the time of his death. Family: F100
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F511
 
70 Lammert and Catharine, along with Aafke, Egbert, Elizabeth, and Sietske from Lammert's marriage to Weike van den Dijk, and Hendrik from Lammert's marriage to Catharine, arrived in New York City on 24 May 1880 and were processed at Castle Garden on Manhatten, the precursor to the more famous Ellis Island. They had sailed from Rotterdam aboard the SS Schiedam. The interesting entry on the manifest is "Egbert Smitter, age 23" listed with the family. It's not clear which Egbert this is, although it could be Lammert's nephew (Jakob's son); the ages match. Could it be that Egbert was sent back to Holland to escort his uncle to the United States? Or to take the necessary funds to pay for their trip? Or, perhaps some other reason? Who knows?

The Schiedam was a .... 
Family: F729
 
71 Live in Los Angeles, California; no children. Family: F323
 
72 Live in Varina, Iowa. Family: F273
 
73 Lived in Iowa then Washington State. Had five sons. Family: F265
 
74 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F332
 
75 Location fide Daisy Dodson, 6 Dec 2011. Family: F427
 
76 Louisa was married three times. With J. Troutman of Farmer City, Illinois, she had three children. She had one daughter with Mr. Drusbeck. With Peter Klank she had three children. Family: F303
 
77 Lucy and Paul obtained their marriage license on 31 March 1897 and were married the next day by J.M. Philips, MG, at his residence. Family: F433
 
78 Married and moved to Jersey City, New Jersey Family: F262
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F134
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F133
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F159
 
82 Mary's parents were listed as "Lammert Smitter and Kalnun Wearinga" and Henry's parents were listed as "John Stevens and Alice Smith." Minister M.J. Marcusse officiated.
The license shown in Batenburg was re-typed from an original 24 January 1979. 
Family: F540
 
83 No children. Family: F287
 
84 No children. Family: F329
 
85 No children. Family: F338
 
86 No children; living at 2578 West Street, Oakland 12, California [in 1960]. Family: F324
 
87 Not sure where this date came from; registered the event on 10 May according to GenLias database... Family: F729
 
88 Note her last name is spelled Schmitt. Family: F856
 
89 Note her name is transcribed Jinkinson by Ancestry.com Family: F1047
 
90 Note the odd spellings of her parents, and that this transcriptions shows her mother as Sophia, rather than Emma. Need to see the original death record and confirm that the Black Oak "Emma Lauth" is indeed Augusta's mother. Family: F876
 
91 Otto Mroch, age 21, and Minnie Chill, age 21. License obtained 2 Nov 1904. Married 23 Nov 1904, Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Pastor Theo. Kohn officiated at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. Family: F40
 
92 Pastor C.A.J. Cramer officiated. Family: F115
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F421
 
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F6
 
95 Pastor Pfizz Grubar officiated. Family: F164
 
96 Province of Pommern, the County (Kries) of Lauenburg, which is now the Polish province of Pomorskie. About xxxx miles south of the Baltic, about halfway between Gdansk and Slupsk. Family: F391
 
97 Record indicates this "wettiging 2 kinderen" -- legitimizes 2 children, probably Affie and John. Family: F529
 
98 Reverend M.J. Marcusse officiated. The license shows that both were living in Caldwell Township. Nicholas was a farmer and Effie was a "domestic." Family: F521
 
99 Rysticken-Smitter -- At 9 o’clock this morning Miss Grace Rysticken daughter of Mrs. Mary Rysticken, 910 South 24th street, became the bride of Clarence H. Smitter, petty officer, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Smitter,Grand Rapids, Mich. The Rev. John Landowski performed the ceremony in the St.Mary’s church. The bride wore a light-weight white wool dressmaker suit with navy blue accessories. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Mrs. Dorothy Fredrick, sister of the bride, as matron of honor wore a light blue dressmaker suit with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of deep pink roses. Wally Frederick, the bride’s brother-in-law, was best man. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the Hotel Manitowoc to the immediate families and friends.The couple will leave this evening for California where the groom is stationed with the United States Navy. He is a veteran of four years in the service and has served extensive duty in the Pacific. Family: F523
 
100 Settled near Clinton, Illinois. Family: F310
 

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