1816 - 1893 (77 Jahre)
||Buckmann, Ahrend Segelke |
||5 Okt 1816
||Iprump / Hll., Hude, OL., NI, D
||10 Okt 1816
||Hasbergen / Hsb., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D 
||Lebensbeschreibung  |
||Heuermann, Farmer |
||8 Mai 1860
||Bremen, HB, D [3, 4, 5]
|1860 Abmeldung beim Amt Delmenhorst |
||27 Jun 1860
||Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, USA [6, 7]
|Schiff "Uhland", # 0033 |
||Denmark, Brown, WI, USA 
|Stelle: East Danish Cemetery |
||6 Nov 1893
||Denmark, Brown, WI, USA
|Zuletzt bearbeitet am
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||Bartels, Hinriette, geb. 22 Jul 1813, Heidkrug / Hsb., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D , gest. 2 Sep 1900, Denmark, Brown, WI, USA (Alter 87 Jahre) |
||17 Okt 1843
||Hasbergen / Hsb., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D
|+||1. Buckmann, Catharina, geb. 28 Jun 1844, Delmenhorst / Del., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D , gest. 20 Dez 1927, Denmark, Brown, WI, USA (Alter 83 Jahre)|
| ||2. Buckmann, Hermann *Diedrich, geb. 13 Dez 1846, Moor / Smr., Ganderkesee, OL., NI, D , gest. 1 Sep 1923, Denmark, Brown, WI, USA (Alter 76 Jahre)|
| ||3. Buckmann, Johann Hinrich, geb. 10 Nov 1850, Sethe / Gks., Ganderkesee, OL., NI, D , gest. 26 Okt 1851, Sethe / Gks., Ganderkesee, OL., NI, D (Alter 0 Jahre)|
| ||4. Buckmann, Mette Margrete, geb. 2 Mrz 1853, Sethe / Gks., Ganderkesee, OL., NI, D , gest. 7 Nov 1864, Denmark, Brown, WI, USA (Alter 11 Jahre)|
| ||5. Buckmann, Hinrich *Friedrich, geb. 24 Mrz 1855, Sethe / Gks., Ganderkesee, OL., NI, D , gest. 3 Okt 1915, Denmark, Brown, WI, USA (Alter 60 Jahre)|
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||Familienblatt | Familientafel
|Geboren - 5 Okt 1816 - Iprump / Hll., Hude, OL., NI, D
|Getauft - 10 Okt 1816 - Hasbergen / Hsb., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D
|Verheiratet - 17 Okt 1843 - Hasbergen / Hsb., Delmenhorst, DEL, NI, D
|Auswanderung - 1860 Abmeldung beim Amt Delmenhorst - 8 Mai 1860 - Bremen, HB, D
|Einwanderung - Schiff "Uhland", # 0033 - 27 Jun 1860 - Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, USA
|Begraben - Stelle: East Danish Cemetery - Nov 1893 - Denmark, Brown, WI, USA
|Gestorben - 6 Nov 1893 - Denmark, Brown, WI, USA
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- [S21304] Kirchenbuch Hasbergen.
- [S21293] www.ebooksread.com, http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/jh-beers--co/commemorative-biographical-record-of-the-counties-of-brown-kewaunee-and-door-w-ebh/page-45-commemorative-biographical-record-of-the-counties-of-brown-kewaunee-and-door-w-ebh.shtml .
AHREND S. BUCKMANN (deceased), who, during his lifetime, ranked with the most prosperous and influential farmers of New Denmark township, Brown county, was a native of Oldenburg, Germany, born October 5, 1816. Mr. Buckmann was married in Germany, October 17, 1843, to Miss Henrietta Bartels, who was born there July 22, 1813, daughter of Diedrich and Matie (Maiborn) Bartels, the former of whom was a saloonkeeper, and whose family consisted of five children, namely: Johanna, Matie, Herman, Henrietta (who remained at home until her marriage), and Margaret. Mr. Buckmann carried on a saloon, and was also engaged in farming, on rented land, continuing thus until 1860, when he came to America with his wife and family of four children, all of whom were born in Germany, their names and dates of birth being as follows: Catherine, June 28, 1844; Diedrich, December 13, 1846; Metta, March 2, 1853; H. F. , March 24, 1855; (one son Henry, born November 10, 1850, died in Germany when one year old). They embarked at Bremen and landed at Baltimore, Md., thence coming direct to New Denmark township. Brown Co., Wis., where Mr. Buckmann purchased eighty acres of partly improved land, whereon stood a log house, in which the family had lived for eleven years, when it was replaced by the beautiful frame dwelling in which they now reside. Mr. Buckmann was one of the most industrious of men, and, by giving his undivided attention to his business interests, increased the area of his farm to 240 acres, all of which he improved and brought to a high state of cultivation. He also took great interest in the welfare and advancement of his township, and filled several positions of trust, serving as supervisor (five years), pathmaster, and for twenty-seven consecutive years as school-treasurer, winning for himself an enviable position among his fellowmen for his integrity and sterling worth. On October 17, 1893, he and his wife celebrated the golden anniversary of their wedding, and three weeks later, on November 6, he passed from earth, aged seventy-seven years; his remains now rest in New Denmark cemetery. Since his decease his widow has continued to reside on the farm, making her home with her son H. F., who now owns the place and successfully carries on the agricultural work.
H. F. BUCKMANN was five years old when he came with his parents to America, and received his education in the common district schools of New Denmark township. On May 25, 1881, he was united in marriage with Miss Adeline Lange, daughter of Herman and Anna (Meyer) Lange, and they immediately took up their residence with his parents on the farm. Like his father before him, Mr. Buckmann is a stanch member of the Democratic part}'.
- [S16] Staatsarchiv Oldenburg, Bestand 76,6, AIV d 9.
Bem.: Zusammen mit der Familie (Frau und 4 Kinder nicht aufgefĂĽhrt).
VermĂ¶gen von 2500 Rt.
- [S5] Staatsarchiv Oldenburg, Bestand 70, 6014 I, Nr. 25.
Vorname: Arend Segelke
Bemerkungen: mit Familie, bestehend aus Mann, Frau und 1 ĂĽber 14 Jahre alte Tochter, 2 unter 14 Jahren alten SĂ¶hnen und 1 unter 14 Jahre alte Tochter; in der Landwirtschaft tĂ¤tig
- [S21136] Bremer Passagierlisten, (www.passagierlisten.de).
- [S21265] Baltimore Immigrations.
- [S21370] www.castlegarden.org, http://www.castlegarden.org/quick_search_detail.php?p_id=4314477.
- [S6148] www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Buckmann&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n&GRid=85636869&df=all& (VerlĂ¤sslichkeit: 3).