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Description: Dorothea was born 8 Feb 1843 at Johannestal, Beresan District, South Russia (Ukraine) and died around 1912 in Gregory County, South Dakota.

Scott V. Cassell
 
Hauck Dorothea (I25289)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sakharov Maria (I13596)
 
3 A declaration of intention was filed November 4, 1893 in Russell County, Kansas under the name of Friedrich Marchin, age 22 which would have indicated a birth year of 1871.

Was a founding member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Trego Center, Trego County, Kansas in 1905. Served on the first Church council. Listed in the Church records as Friedrich Margheim.

Declaration of Intention filed September 17, 1917 in Trego County, Kansas lists his name as Frederick Margheim, age 45, occupation farmer, personal description color white, complexion light, height 5' 9", weight 155 pounds, color of hair brown, and color of eyes brown. Lists as born in Friedenfeldt, Russia, November 7, 1872, and lives at WaKeeney, Trego County, Kansas. Emigrated to the USA from Bremen, Germany. Did not remember name of the vessel. Arrived at the port of New York August 1, 1892.

Petition for Naturalization filed February 21, 1920 in Trego County, Kansas. Listed as Fred Margheim, living in WaKeeney, Kansas, occupation farmer, born November 7, 1892 Russia. Emigrated to the USA from Hamberg, Germany on July 2, 1892, and arrived at the port of New York July 14, 1892 on the vessel "Denmark". Wife's name Katy Margheim born at Russell, Russell County, Kansas. Eight children: Elmer (Alma. Clerk wrote down what he heard) born January 1, 1900 Russell, Kansas; Edwin born August 8, 1903 Russell, Kansas; Amil (Emil) born August 7, 1904 Russell, Kansas; Lizzie born July 9, 1906 Russell, Kansas; Hannah born May 13, 1908 WaKeeney, Kansas; Isabel born Dec 15, 1910 WaKeeney, Kansas; Elsie born November 4, 1914 WaKeeney, Kansas; Rachel born February 15, 1918 WaKeeney, Kansas. Granted citizenship February 24, 1921.

The Kansas 1930 US Census for Trego County, Wakeeney Township lists the family as follows: Family Group 93; Fred Margheim, age 57, born in Russia, came to the USA in 1894. Occupation: Farmer, General. Children: Elvia L., age 29, born in Kansas; Edwin H., age 27, born in Kansas; Emil F., age 25, born in Kansas; Elizabeth, age 23, born in Kansas; Isabella, age 17, born in Kansas; Elsie M., age 15, born in Kansas; Rachel A., age 11, born in Kansas; Viola R., age 8, born in Kansas.  
Margheim Johann Frederick (I03921)
 
4 Peter Herdt's Declaration of Intention indicates that she arrived in the USA on December 3, 1907 at New York City, New York. No name of ship indicated. The Declaration of Intention also indicates that she was born in "Tentil", (Dietel, sometimes called Dittel. The court clerk wrote down what he thought he heard), Russia. The George Schneider family then traveled from New York to Sugar City, Crowley County, Colorado. They later moved to Ordway, Otero County, Colorado. They then moved to Scottsbluff, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska in 1915.

Buried under the name of "Lizzie Herdt" next to Peter Herdt in an unmarked grave. Location: M3 SW4 L5 B54, S17.


 
Demler Marie Elizabeth (I00192)
 
5 "Deed Book Q, p. 272, April 1, 1765, William Moore and Margaret, his wife, of the county of Prince William leased from John Bayliss, a piece of property in the town of Dumfries. This lease was sealed and delivered in the presence of Thomas Attwell, Lewis Reno and George Carter. On the next page is recorded the release of this property April 2, 1765". This was taken from the book "Virginia Genealogies, Volume III, page 776.

A document filed in Loudon County, Virginia in 1782 transfers administration of the estate of William Moore of Craven County, South Carolina from his son Jesse to his son Jeremiah Moore.

William Moore was the builder of an early Anglican church in Prince William County, Virginia. He and Gabriel Muffett contracted with Dettingen Parish in 1752 to build the brick church "at Redmans", not far from Dumfries. In 1757, he contracted alone to build the church Gallery.  
Moore William (I01861)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Margheim Johannes (I03973)
 
7 "Voos" is the name on the cemetery marker for the father John Frederick, mother Elisabeth and their son Phillip.

The family came to the USA in December, 1886. 
Foos Johann Friedrich (I05695)
 
8 1940 einberufenin in die Rote Armee und 1941 verschollen, nichts mehr van Ihn gehort.  Foos Alexander (I16447)
 
9 1st Earl of Rothes. Earl Leslie George (I03764)
 
10 2nd Earl of Wemyss. Earl Wemyss David (I03779)
 
11 3rd Earl of Rothes. Earl Leslie William (I03768)
 
12 3rd Earl of Wemyss. Earl Wemyss David (I03783)
 
13 4th Earl of Rothes. Earl Leslie George (I03770)
 
14 5th Earl of Rothes. Earl Leslie Andrew (I03772)
 
15 6th Earl of Rothes. Earl Leslie John (I03776)
 
16 A James Moore appears in the first census of the United States published in 1790. It displays the "Heads of Families" for the period 1782 to 1785 in Virginia. The list of Josiah Watson for Fairfax County shows James Moore as the head of the family for 3 white individuals, and 6 black individuals.  Moore James (I05890)
 
17 A John Moore appeared in the first census of the United States published in 1790. It displayed "Heads of Families" for the period 1782 to 1785 in Fairfax County, Virginia. The list of Richard Chichester indicated that John Moore was the head of the family for 4 white individuals, and 0 black individuals. This John Moore appears to be the family head displayed.
 
Moore John (I05889)
 
18 A noted genealogist, Dr. Igor Pleve, Saratov State University, Saratov, Saratov Province, Russia was retained in 2002 to research the Brunz (Bruns/Bruntz) family in Merkel, Saratov Province, Russia. He completed the assignment October 4, 2004. He sent me (Clarence Jake Margheim), a genealogy chart of the Brunz (Bruns/Bruntz) family in Merkel along with copies of supporting documents (Lutheran Church records translated by Dona Reeves-Marquardt, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas and copies of 1834 and 1857 Russian cenus pages translated by AHSGR Lincoln, Nebraska) listing family members. His research indicates that Wilhelm Christoph Brunz was of the Lutheran faith and was a Gardener from Hamburg, Germany. He and his family arrived at the Merkel colony on August 28, 1766.

Information for this report also obtained from: Ethel Lock, Ulysses, Kansas and her book "Dietz Book II"; Darrell W. Kautz, Kansas City, Missouri and his books "In the Shadow of a Bell Tower" and "Beyond the Gates"; Lee D. Foos, Wichita, Kansas and his book "Foos, born in Russia"; Jennifer Sue (Myers) Case, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and her study of the Johann Georg Bruntz (1827-1907) family; George Margheim, Olympia, Washington and his "Margheim Family Book"; and Esther Bruntz, Bazine, Kansas.

Additional information obtained from the Internet, and Russian and US cenus records up to, and including, 1930. Also verbal and written information obtained from Brunz (Bruntz,Bruns), Foos, and Margheim family members in the USA and Argentina.

FAMILY NAME: Lutheran Church records in Russia, and Russian census reports indicate that the family name was Brunz. Variations of Bruns, Bruntz occured when our ancestors immigrated to the USA and Argentina. Customs agents at the ports and personnel at Courthouses caused the variations.
 
Brunz Wilhelm Christoph (I12181)
 
19 A William Moore appears in the first census of the United States published in 1790. It displays the "Heads of Families" for the period 1782 to 1785 in Virginia. The list for Josiah Watson, Fairfax County, Virginia, includes William Moore as head of the family for 8 white individuals, and 1 black individual.  Moore William (I05891)
 
20 A. D. C. to the Duke of Marlborough; Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in Chief of the Virginia Colony, 1710-1723. Major General Spottiswood Alexander (I03720)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Carson Aaralynn (I1)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Barndt Aaron Elijah (I13266)
 
23 According to the 1920 US Census for Rush County, Kansas, he Immigrated in 1892 and was naturalized in 1917. Scheuermann Philip (I17320)
 
24 According to Tom Schliesing, Uvalde, Texas, who did research in Germany, the family name was spelled "Schaffer and Schafer" in old German Church records.  Schafer Johann Carl (I00441)
 
25 Additional research in 2006 provided by Marina Plieva and Nina Sakharova both living in Vladikavkas, North-Ossetia-Alania (North Caucasus), Russia, Jerry D. Tittel, Thornton, Adams County, Colorado and Justine Marie (Kamlager) Larson, Beloit, Rock County, Wisconsin. Dietel Christian Gottfried (I13507)
 
26 Additional research performed by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Knippel Friedrich (I20676)
 
27 Additional research performed by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Sterkel Johann Wilhelm (I20784)
 
28 Additional research performed by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Dick Conrad (I20878)
 
29 Additional research provided by Ruth Kahre Schultz, 3830 Garrison Street, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado 80033. E-mail address: SchultzRK@aol.com. Kahre Johann Jurgen (I23592)
 
30 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Lofink (I18548)
 
31 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Schneider Melchior (I20177)
 
32 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Yost Georg (I18481)
 
33 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Brehm Johann Heinrich (I20425)
 
34 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Klaus Johann Casper (I20510)
 
35 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Schleicher Johann Adam (I20635)
 
36 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Bott Johann Peter (I20668)
 
37 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Krug Johann Heinrich (I20699)
 
38 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Aschenbrenner Johannes (I20782)
 
39 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Blum Johannes (I17393)
 
40 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Repp (I17416)
 
41 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Koch Adam (I18007)
 
42 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Schneider Christoph (I18005)
 
43 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado. Urbach Ernst Wilhelm (I17999)
 
44 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Sinner Johann (I20938)
 
45 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Loos Jacob (I18725)
 
46 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Pohl Caspar (I20997)
 
47 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Giebelhaus Johannes (I21079)
 
48 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Stuber Johann Heinrich (I20902)
 
49 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Schleicher Conrad (I21084)
 
50 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Hartmann Johann Wilhelm (I21094)
 

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