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Huth+Maertins/Mecklenburg Germany
Posted by: Kathleen Zastrow Date: July 22, 2001 at 12:44:32
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I am researching Johann G. Huth born 1826 Pasewalk, Mecklenburg, Germany. He married Wilhelmine Maertins born 1824 Germany. They had a son Karl Frederick Wilhelm Huth born november 30, 1857 in Brandenburg, Germany. I do not know if they had other children. I do not know what ship they left on, from where, when or with who, but they ended up in Milwaukee. Karl studied at a Lutheran Seminary in Watertown, WI and founded Concordia College -a Lutheran college in Downtown Milwaukee that is still in business. He married Ida Fredericka Minna Hilgendorf born September 11, 1861 in Neuen Kirchen, Germany. Their children's names were- Magdalena Agathe, Karl Louis Frederick, Elizabeth Emma Amalia, Hilda Elizabeth Johanna, Martin Emil Johannes, Walter Carl Otto, Freida Hedwig Gertrud, Ottfried Gottlieb Carl, Gertrud Charlotte Hedwig, Dorthea Ida Minette, Edward Carl Max and Robert Carl Gustav in case they were named after any older family members.

Can anyone point me in a any direction that would help me find out more about Johann G. or Wilhelmine? Don't know where else to look.

Thanks
Kathy Zastrow


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