If some of you are just starting to research your German ancestors, this may help.
1)Christoph (Kuhle, Kuhlen, Kuhliker)Kilker (1728-1771) married Anna Marie Eliz. Arendsmeyer
2)Johann Bernard Kilker b. 1761, married Anna Dorothea Maria Selsen
3) Johann Justus Fredrich Kilker (1793-1856) married Sophia Brinkmeier
4)Ernst Heinrich Friedrick Kilker b. Germany, died in Ill. or Iowa, married Louise Muller
5)Friedrick Kilker b.1861 Germany, d.1897 Le Mars, Iowa
6) Fredrick John Kilker b. 1855 Le Mars, died MN
3) Johann Bernard Wilhelm Christian Kilker b. 1794, married Wilhelmene Dorothea Sophia Basaler
4) Christian Fredrick Kilker b.1831, died 1914 Neb.
3)Friedrich Heinrich Christian Kilker b.1807 Germany,died 1875 OGLE, ILL., married Johanna Hageman
There were lots of other children, but I just listed the ones who moved from Germany to the US. So the German Kilkers in Neb., Ogle Ill., Le Mars, Iowa, and Mn are related.
I'd be happy to provide any answers to specific questions, if I can.
Christoph Kilker is from Worderfeld, Lippe Detmold, Germany--Hagedorn and Falkenhagen are also town associated with this family.
Most of this info is from film #809-903 at the Family History Center (Mormen Library)and covers years 1741-1832. The prior film from 1685-1741 is #809-902 and is unreadable to me. I've gone through it many times and cannot make out anything. (Brush up on your German, first!)If some one wants to give it a try and leave the rest of us a message, that would be great!
Hope that this helps.
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