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601 ABT 2006 nach Hilversum, NL umgebettet Erdmann, Drs. Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (I69104)
 
602 abweichend: Ankunft 4 Nov 1847 (bremer-pasagierlisten.de)  Püttmann, Catharina Maria (I101131)
 
603 Abweichende Altersangabe in der Passagierliste: 7 J., danach also um 1866 geb. Damke, Christine (I78405)
 
604 abweichendes Datum im Familienbuch Wolfersweiler Ruth, Johann *Christian (I102374)
 
605 According to a 1921 passport application, his father's name was Henry Janssen. Janssen, Christian (I89404)
 
606 According to a note on her findagrave page, Elise Herder was married to two men, both named Friedrich or Fritz Hillje. Herder, Elise Friedrike (I32984)
 
607 According to a Pedigree File on familysearch, he emigrated from Bremen 18 May 1857 and landed at New Orleans.

According to the OSB Buttforde, he and his wife went to Gonzales, Tapas, Texas. 
Mammen, Hinrich (I1)
 
608 according to Dierk Hobbie, source familysearch. Familie F17007
 
609 According to Dierk Hobbie. Schmidt, Johann Heinrich (I84587)
 
610 According to Edewecht church records, she died 20 Feb 1865 in Wehnen, and was buried in Oldenburg. Oeltjenbruns, Anna Margarete (I20511)
 
611 According to G. Oltmanns, Eilerd went back to Germany, married, and then returned to Nebraska. Familie F17642
 
612 According to her death certificate, her mother's maiden name was Macke. Heidkamp, Maria *Agnes (I90540)
 
613 According to her obituary, "a sister of Henry Kruse." She had "two sisters, Mrs. Louis Hoeschen of Freeport and Mrs. Henry Huline of New Munich."
 
Kruse, Marie (I116502)
 
614 According to her obituary, she left nine children. Familie F23528
 
615 According to her Social Security application, her parents were Hermann H. Diekmann and Maria A Lamping. Diekmann, Josephine Frances (I93308)
 
616 According to his death certificate, his parents were Henry J. Eilers and Marie Johnson. Eilers, Hinrich Jacobs (I84903)
 
617 According to his death record, his parents were Herman Borgmann and Angela Peters. Angela Peters * 1810 in Scharrel? See Ksp. Markhausen. Borgmann, Hermann (I63422)
 
618 According to his marriage license, his parents were Henry Bohlen and Meta Lubbers. Bohlen, Johann Bernhard (I8895)
 
619 According to his marriage license, his parents were John Frederick Karl Renken and Anna Elzabeth Kroeger. Renken, Johann Friedrich (I6762)
 
620 According to his marriage license, his parents were John Frederick Karl Renken and Anna Elzabeth Kroeger. Renken, Karl August (I8956)
 
621 According to his passport application, his father was Hermann Suhr, who died before 1922. Suhr, John G (I89663)
 
622 According to the 1870 census, born abt 1863. Meyer, Sophie (I40423)
 
623 According to the 1900 census, 7 children total. Familie F17705
 
624 According to the 1900 census, mother of 10 children, 8 still alive. Kampsen, Maria Anna (I114620)
 
625 According to the 1900 census, mother of 10 children, with 8 still living in 1900. Logemann, Diederike Gerhardine Margarete (I122820)
 
626 According to the 1900 census, she was the mother of 5 children, 4 of them alive at the time. Lichtenberg, Anna Helene Henriette (I123190)
 
627 According to the 1900 census, she was the mother of 7 children, 5 living at the time. Onnen, Elisabeth Margarethe (I61519)
 
628 According to the 1900 census, the son-in-law of Ricklef Meiners. Luecke, August (I102682)
 
629 According to the 1910 census, 4 children, 3 living at the time. Familie F18205
 
630 According to the 1910 census, he was a step-son of Frank F. Deters. Deters, Thomas F. (I66484)
 
631 According to the 1920 census, niece of Gustave D. Coldewey. Coldewey, Anna P (I49044)
 
632 According to the 1925 census, her parents were Christian Aultman and Alavia Hamaultman (sic.) Oltmanns, Catharina *Sophie (I90740)
 
633 According to the 1925 Iowa census, her parents were Jakobus Rosevink and Bena Bruns. Rosevink, Trientje Gesine (I87365)
 
634 According to the census, 5 children, 3 still alive in 1910. Familie F25221
 
635 According to the marriage certificate (15 Sep 1874 Saint Clement Catholic Church, Cincinnati) his name was "Bernard Imdicke" and her name was "Elisabeth Fehr". There is a 1900 census record in Meire Grove for "Elisabeth A. Imdieke", born Aug 1847 in Germany, married to Bernard, born Oct 1836.


According to findagrave, his name was John Heinrich, but that does not seem possible. According to several family trees on ancestry, he was Bernard Henrich Imdieke, born 21 Oct 1837 in Holdorf, and died 15 April 1905 in Meire Grove. 
Imdieke, Bernd Henrich (I32033)
 
636 According to the obituary copied on findagrave, he had three other sons who died before 1934. Diedrich remained in Germany and was alive in 1934. Gerhard had two sisters, Marie and Sophie, and two Brothers, John and Bernhard, all in Germany. Renken, Gerhard (I56258)
 
637 According to the obituary on findagrave, the couple had 11 children; 10 lived to adulthood.
Census 1910: 12 Kinder, davon leben 1910 zehn. 
Familie F19210
 
638 According to the obituary reprinted on findagrave, Johann Berthold had a brother named Henry, who lived in Keokuk in 1898. He also had four sisters living at Cincinnati, but only the names of their husbands are listed in the article. Familie F18116
 
639 According to unsourced family trees on ancestry.com, he died in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Brumund, Peter (I57810)
 
640 According to Young Family Tree on ancestry.com, she died Jan 1979 in Batesville, Ripley, Indiana. The SSDI lists a death on that date for Mary Springman. It is possible that she married Richard Springman.  Lamping, Mary (I55620)
 
641 acht Personen Staub, Paul (I107977)
 
642 achtes Kind Freking, Rose Josephine (I122854)
 
643 Achtung: Verwechslungsgefahr
Ein namensgleicher "Heinrich Neuhaus aus Littel" wandert am 30. April 1872 mit Eltern und Geschwistern aus. Die Familie wandert am 30. April 1872 in Baltimore ein. Schiff "Baltimore"
http://www.auswanderer-oldenburg.de/admin_editperson.php?personID=I8013&tree=Auswanderer&cw=1 
Neuhaus, Heinrich (I8016)
 
644 Actually, it looks like he died while visiting relatives, and was buried in Westerstede. Schnupper, Johann (I67207)
 
645 adopted daughters? Familie F22605
 
646 adoptiert Willenborg (Honkomp), Henry (I33779)
 
647 adoptiert Honkomp, Angela (I33780)
 
648 adoptiert Gadeken, Mildred Esther (I40238)
 
649 adoptiert Sies, Frank (I44580)
 
650 adoptiert Staehr, Robert A. (I48343)
 

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