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Mary Beckum - Holland and Green Bay, Wisconsin - 1864 - 1942
Posted by: Karen Rackow (ID *****0377) Date: June 05, 2002 at 22:57:04
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Hello Fellow Researchers,

I am becoming very frustrated in searching for the family of my great-grandmother, MARY MARIA BECKUM. She was born June 18, 1864 in Holland. Her parents were listed on her marriage record in the Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin Catholic Church Archives as THEODORE LOUIS BUCKKUM and CATHERINE BEMISTER. Another source listed them as DIDERIC BECKUM AND FREINTZE BIEMSTER. One source, the death of their 20 year old son, LOUIS BECKUM, Green Bay, Wisconsin stated that they were from Wogan Noord, Holland.

I just can't seem to find them no matter where I look. I have found the passenger list where her future husband came to America, but can't find hers or her parents. As far as I know, she lived her entire life here in the U.S. in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Marinette, Wisconsin, and Hermansville, Michigan.

I know that her mother, Catherine, was in the U.S. because I have a four generation picture, with her in it, taken in 1913 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Any help would be appreciated.

Karen Rackow


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