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From: "Steven C. Wehling" <>
Subject: [DEU-Thueringen] KAYSER,KAISER,KEYSER,MUCKE,ERDMAN,KEIL,KEILIN,BIER,KOCH,GIEBLER,CAMMERER,KAMMERER,MICHEL,BOTTNER, WEHLING
Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2003 08:29:47 -0600


Hi I know this is a large post but it is the group sheet of my
GGGGrandfathers family in the area ariund Sondershausen, Hohenebra in
Thuringia. As you can see I have many surnames and I am looking for. Please
note: the first daughter has her mothers last name since she was born out of
wedlock .

Family Group Record for George Carl Heinrich Kaiser

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Husband: George Carl Heinrich Kaiser
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AKA:
Born: 2 Dec 1785 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Christened: 6 Dec 1785 - Hohehebra, Lutheran Church Records
Died: 30 Jan 1820 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Buried: 2 Feb 1820 - Hohehebra, Lutheran Church Records
Father: Johann Heinrich Kaiser (1756-1830)
Mother: Frau Friedrika Christina Mucke (1764- )
Married: 10 Apr 1807 Place: The Princely Consistorium In
Sondershausen
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Events
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1. Baptism, 6 Dec 1785 - Hohenebra
2. Occupation

Local Worker

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Wife: Catharina Marie Erdmann
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AKA:
Born: 14 Feb 1780 - Niederspier, Sondershausen, Germany
Christened:
Died:
Buried:
Father: Johann Georg Erdmann (1746-1813)
Mother: Maria Magdalena Keilin (Abt 1750-1812)
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Events
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1. Baptism, 16 Feb 1780 - Niederspier
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Children
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1 F Johanna Catharina Friederika Erdmann
Born: 4 Jun 1806 - Niederspier, Born Illegitimate
Christened:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Johann Heinrich Freibothe (1803-1842)
Marr. Date: 27 Jan 1829 - The Princely Consistorium In Sondershausen.

Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Baptism, 8 Jun 1806 - Niederspier, Luthern Baptismal Register
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2 F Johanna Eleonore Friedrika Keyser
Born: 25 May 1808 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Christened: 30 May 1808 - Hohehebra, Lutheran Church Records
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Johann Andreas Bier (1808- )
Marr. Date: 18 Jan 1838 - Hohenebra Lutheran Church Records, Married In
Sondershausen
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Baptism, 30 May 1808 - Hohenebra
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3 F Johanna Marie Magdalene Keyser
Born: 8 Mar 1811 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Christened: 10 Mar 1811 - Hohehebra, Lutheran Church Records
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Johann Carl Koch (1811- )
Marr. Date: May 1836 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Baptism, 10 Mar 1811 - Hohenebra
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4 M Wilhelm Heinrich August Keyser
Born: 3 Sep 1815 - Hohenebra, Sondershausen, Thüringia, Prussia
Christened: 24 Sep 1815 - Hohehebra, Lutheran Church Records
Died: 16 Oct 1886 - Crow Lake, Jerauld County, South Dakota
Buried: 16 Oct 1886 - May Be Buried Crow Lake, Jerauld County, South
Dakota
Spouse: Caroline Friederike Elisabetha Giebeler (1817-1889)
Marr. Date: 18 Jan 1838 - Hohenebra Lutheran Church Records, Married In
Sondershausen
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Immigration, 1882 - Ship, Main To New York City
2. Occupation
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General Notes (Husband)
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Hohenebra Baptismal Register (5/1785)
Born: 02.12.1785
Baptized: 06.12.1785
Georg Carl Heinrich Kaiser

Father: Johann Heinrich Kaiser, local inhabitant and horseman
Mother: Friederike Christine, geb Mucke

Godparents: George Steuerwald, Corporal in the Leibregiment of Cavalry in
the
Hannover Army ; Nicol Andrea Mucke, Guard Rider in Sondershausen; Joh. Nicol
Kauser; Virgin Johanne Caroline Marie Zöllmann, youngest daughter of
deceased
H. Joh. Friedrich Zöllmann from Sachswerfen ; Marie Friederike daughter of
the
Juror in that very place

Hohenebra Burial Register
Died: 30.01.1820
Buried: 02.02.1820
Georg Carl Heinrich Keyser, 34 years, 1 month, 28 days
Married with Catharine Maria geb Erdmann
Died at the age of 34 of blood poisoning (Blutvergiftung), leaving three
daughters, one son and his wife.

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Notes (Married)
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Hohenebra Marriage Register (3/1807)
George Carl Heinrich Keyser
second son of the farmer ( Anspänner) Johann Heinrich Keyser
with Catharine Marie Erdmann
daughter of Johann Georg Erdmann, inhabitant in Niederspier

Remark: She already gave birth to a illegitimate daughter of his in
Niederspier. they were married at the Consistorium in Sondershausen, Germany

The marriage took place in Sondershausen, not in the church but in the
Princely
Consistorium ( the church administration) because they had a illegitimate
daughter. In some of the marriage entries listed for the Sondershausen
Consistorium we can even find the remark "in Inehren " Marriage
Dishonorable.

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General Notes for Child Johanna Eleonore Friedrika Keyser
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Hohenebra Baptismal Register (4/1808)

Johanne Eleonore Friederike Keyser

Father: inhabitant Georg Carl Heinrich Keyser
Mother: Catharine Marie, nee Erdmann from Niederspier

Godparents: widow Barbara Eleonore Hochheim; the Baker Johann Günther
Cämmerer;
wife of the constable (Wachtmeister) Fr. Keyser, Sophie Friederike

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General Notes for Child Johanna Marie Magdalene Keyser
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Hohenebra Baptismal Register (3/1811)
Born: 08.03.1811
Baptized: 30.05.1811
Johanne Marie Magdalene Keyser
Father: inhabitant Georg Carl Heinrich Keyser
Mother: Catharine Marie, nee Erdmann from Niederspier

Godparents: The church elder (Geschworene) Johann Gottfried Michel; the
farmer
(Anspanner) Gottfried Feleht Sr. wife Magdalene; the inhabitant N. Andreas
Muckens wife Katharine Magdalene.

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General Notes for Child Wilhelm Heinrich August Keyser
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Hohenebra Lutheran Church Records
Born: 09.03.1815, 5 a.m.

Hohenebra Baptismal Register (8/1815)
Born: 03.09.1815, 5 a.m.
Baptized: 24.09.1815, in the church
Wilhelm Heinrich August Keyser
Father: George Carl Heinrich Keyser, Inhabitant and local worker
Mother: Catharine Marie, geb Erdmann from Niederspier, her fourth child of
her
first marriage .
Godparents:
#1 Heinrich Gottfried Jaruse, from Schernberg and Princely at
Sondershausen,
not married
#2 Virgin Aguste Albertine Friederike Keyser, from here.
#3 Johann Wilhelm Gottlob Keyser, from here, not married

The Keyser's moved to Crow Lake, Jerauld County, SD arriving on March 14,
1885.
They broke some ground and built a 10' X 12' house for $30 and moved in on
April 11, 1885. They came here from Denison, Crawford County, Iowa.
Wilhelm Keyser died there on October 16, 1886.
In an affidavit given in 1888, Karoline says she is still living on the
land with her 10 year old grandson!!!
Karoline has signed these documents as Karoliene Keyser, with an umlaut over
the y in Keyser . Her handwriting is very plain......no mistaking what she
has
written.
Wilhelm filed his first papers for naturalization in Jerauld County. In
the document he says he emigrated to the U.S. and landed at the port of
New York on or about the month of June 1881.

(Research):We found all the children of Wilhelm Keyser and Carolina Giebler
born between 1838 and 1861.
Aguste Wilhelmine Marie - she married Johann Wehling
Johanne Aguste Friederike - Married ???
Johanne Auguste Christiane - she married Fritz Becker
these three above emigrated as the parents did.

Johann Gottlob
Johann Christoph Friedrich
Johann Friedrich Christian
These brothers died young or before they were married

We know nothing about Johann Heinrich Carl Keyser born in 1839 and his
sister
Johanne Caroline Friederike Keyser born in 1848.
They may have stayed and married in Germany or they may have came to America
and settled in Iowa, Nebraska or South Dakota.

Caroline Friederike Elisabeth married Johann Christian August Böttner in
Hohenebra and she had a baby in Nordhausen, his parents were from Kirchengel
so
they may have raised a family in one of those areas of Germany. I did find a
Selma Böttner 3 years old traveling with cousin Robert Wehling and his and
her
Grandparents on the ship Main in 1881 when they immigrated to America and
one
can speculate that her parents had died and she immigrated with her
Grandparents although I have not found any evidence here in the United
States
or in Germany to support either theory.

Last Modified: 30 Jun 2003



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