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51 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Feuerstein Philip (I21098)
 
52 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Hoelzer Johann Adam (I21126)
 
53 Additional research provided by Ruth Schultz, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.  Reuscher Philipp (I21139)
 
54 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brunz Ena Katie (I25157)
 
55 Adopted by Jakob Kindsvater and Katharina Batt in 1832. Kindsvater Philipp (I19773)
 
56 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kraus Jake (I07705)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kraus Justin (I07707)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Klein Matthew Christopher (I05021)
 
59 Adopted daughter. No surname given on census.  Kindsvater Barbara (I14837)
 
60 Adopted from John W. Foos when his wife Mary Kleweno Foos died. Foos Pauline (I04219)
 
61 Adopted name was Schoene. Per the "History of New Braunfels, and Comal County, Texas 1844-1946" Johannette was baptised in New Braunfels April 13, 1845. Her sponsors were: Carl Schaefer, and Johannette Wengeroth.

Johannette was the first child born in the USA from the group led by Prince Carl Solms, the founder of New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas.  
Engel Johannette (I00432)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schwindt Barry (I16633)
 
63 Adoption: 1951, by maternal grandmother Eva Elizabeth Schmer Trout and Ernest Lewis Trout.  Trout Teresa Gae (I23200)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Morgheim Noah Chad David (I23870)
 
65 Adoption: Abt 1811, Schwab, Saratov Province, Russia.  Rexius Johann Georg Michael (I17910)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tittel April (I13812)
 
67 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kloeckner Amanda (I14301)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Berschauer Alice Katherine (I23982)
 
69 After the death of Adam Pfenning, this family moved to Kolb, Saratov Province, Russia in 1847. Pfenning Adam (I23356)
 
70 After the death of her husband Heinrich in 1937, Elizabeth and her family remained in the Merkel Family Home. On September 14, 1941 the Communists, on orders of Joseph Stalin, came into Merkel in the middle of the night and informed all of it's inhabitants that they were being relocated and had to pack up and leave that day. They were considered enemies of the State by Joseph Stalin because of their German ancestry. They were loaded into railroad cars for the trip to an unknown destination. She and her family eventually ended up in Omsk, Siberia, Russia after spending 22 days in a railroad car with little food and water.  Schild Elizabeth (I03972)
 
71 Aka as Fritzy Kerb. Kerb Friedrich (I02547)
 
72 Aka Evelyn Foos.  Foos Eva Elisabeth (I04170)
 
73 Alexander A. Backer's obituary indicates that the family came to the USA through Galveston, Texas in 1913. They moved to Sugar City, Crowley County, Colorado, then to Scottsbluff, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska and then Lyman, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska and finally in 1928 to Huntley, Goshen County, Wyoming.

The Nebraska 1920 US census for Scottsbluff County, District 220, Fanning Precinct listed the family as follows: Fred Backer, age 58; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913; Occupation Farmer, General. Wife: Anna, age 42; born in Russia; came to the USA in 1913. Children: George, age 22; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913; Occupation Farm Laborer. Fred, age 19; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913; Occupation Farm Laborer. Anna, age 15; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913. Katie, age 10; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913. David, age 5; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913. Mary, age 5; born in Russia; came to USA in 1913. Alexander, age 4; born in Nebraska. Mollie, age 2; born in Nebraska. Herman, age 1 1/2; born in Nebraska. Daughter-in-law Mollie, age 18; born in Russia.

The Wyoming 1930 US census for Goshen County, Huntley Precinct, District 20 listed the family as follows: Fred Backer, age 64; born in Russia; came to the USA in 1912; Occupation: Farmer, General. Wife: Anna, age 51; born in Russia; came to the USA in 1913; Children: Fred, Jr., age 30, born in Russia; came to the USA in 1913; Occupation: Farm Laborer. Dave, age 20; born in Russia; came to the USA in 1913; Occupation: Farm Laborer. Mary, age 18; born in Russia; came to the USA in 1913.Alexander, age 15; born in Nebraska. Molly, age 12; born in Nebraska. All listed in Family Group 152.  
Backer Johann Frederick (I01030)
 
74 All of the Herdt children listed above came from Isenburg, Hesse/Germany. They settled in various colonies in Samara Province, Russia. Research needs to be continued in Isenburg, Hesse/Germany to determine relationships.  Herdt (I24773)
 
75 An article, in the German language newspaper "Die Welt-Post" printed at Omaha, Nebraska, concerning the family reads as follows:

December 18, 1924, from Alexander Bauer's NewsSource article:
From Kratzke, Jacob Berschauer and his wife Marielies, daughter of Reters Michaelis, turn to their sister Liesbeth Margheim, wife of Johannes Krug:
"We have already wrote often and long to you, but have never gotten an answer. I am alone with my husband. Last summer we started to build a small house, but failed to complete it, because of the bad crop. We invested everything we had in this house and now it's all lost. We live here with strange people in the village. If you knew in what situation we are, I wouldn't have to say a word, about what you should do. My husband was injured in the war and is not able to move his hand now. We have 5 children, from which the oldest is 13. Our clothes are torn apart, we don't have bedclothes any more and no cattle, nothing. My half-brothers Johannes and Georg Margheim from Merkel, who are in America now, shall remember me, also Heinrich Blehm and our old friends from over the Volga".  
Margheim Liesbeth (I10749)
 
76 Ann died an an automobile 'accident' Her daughter, Louisa, a passenger, was seriously injured and fully recovered.

Ann was buried in Memorial Cemetary, 49th Street at 54th Avenue in Saint Petersburg, FL 
Mals Ann Mae (I13100)
 
77 Anna married a Stricker , and after he died she married George Herdt, Jr. Her maiden name is also unknown at this time. Stricker Anna (I00316)
 
78 Arbeitete in der Kolchose als Trakerfahrerin. Ist ledig gestorben.  Foos Elisabeth (I16446)
 
79 Archbishop of St. Andrews in 1615; Lord High Chancellor of Scotland, 1635. He crowned King Charles I, at Holyrood, in 1639, and dying in that same year was buried by the King's command in Westminster Abbey. Most Reverand Spottiswood John (I02487)
 
80 Arrive USA 15 Jun 1901 New York City aboard the SS Corfast. Foos Elizabeth (I04373)
 
81 Arrived 02 Dec 1878 New York City aboard the SS Bolivia.  Boxberger Peter (I05317)
 
82 Arrived 02 Oct 1906 Quebec City, Quebec Province, Canada aboard the SS Balmear Montrose.  Foos Philipp P. (I15927)
 
83 Arrived 10 Jun 1900 New York City aboard the SS Louisa.  Schneidmiller Johannes (I15459)
 
84 Arrived 15 Apr 1903 Newfoundland, Nova Scotia aboard the SS Lake Ontario. Foos Jacob (I15157)
 
85 Arrived 15 Apr 1903 Newfoundland. Foos Johann Georg (I05531)
 
86 Arrived 17 April 1893 New York City on the SS Ruggia.  Schwien Alexander (I15777)
 
87 Arrived 1899 Mexico, then 1900 Russell, Russell County, Kansas, finally 1904 Bazine, Ness County, Kansas.  Schwien Georg Heinrich (I15771)
 
88 Arrived 20 Dec 1886 New York City aboard the SS Petersburg.  Fose Eva (I05316)
 
89 Arrived 20 Oct 1907 New York City aboard the SS
Estonia.  
Foos Eva (I09470)
 
90 Arrived 23 Feb 1901 New York City aboard the SS Luciano. Gross Jacob J. (I15652)
 
91 Arrived 30 Jun 1903 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  Schneidmiller Amalia (I15747)
 
92 Arrived at Baltimore on April 16, 1903. Filed for Declaration of Intention on September 14, 1910 CSA 009215 03 0225 in Weld County, Colorado. He resided in Kuner, Weld County, Colorado. Foos David (I05441)
 
93 Arrived at Baltimore, Maryland on the S. S. Maine May 24, 1913. Knaub Phillip (I12625)
 
94 Arrived at Galveston, Texas on April 20, 1906. Filed for Filed Petition for Naturalization February 23, 1944 CSA 10357d 07 1219 in Larimer County, Colorado, received Citizenship on June 26, 1947 CSA 10358c 13 1174 in same District Court. Resided in Loveland, Colorado.  Foos David (I03395)
 
95 Arrived Baltimore, Maryland 21 Jan 1892 aboard the SS Oldenburg. Jost Catharina Elisabeth (I17019)
 
96 Arrived in Canada in 1905. Frank Elizabeth (I00646)
 
97 Arrived in New York City from Germany in the summer of 1882. Destination: Chicago, Illinois. Duden John Benjamin, I (I12604)
 
98 Arrived in New York, New York on or about 20 November 1855, from Prussia.

The Texas 1870 United States Census for the 4th Ward, San Antonio, Bexar County listed the family as follows: Family Group 388; Carl Schlesing, age 45, born in Prussia. Occupation: Carpenter; wife Johana, age 25, born in Texas; John, age 8, born in Texas; Johana, age 6, born in Texas; Louisa, age 3, born in Texas; Rudolph, age 7 months, born in Texas. His property was listed with a value of $500.  
Schliesing Carl Ignatz (I00431)
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Foos Katharina (I08613)
 
100 Arrived in the USA 1902 Weinmeister Heinrich (I15310)
 

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