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From: L Behnke <>
Subject: Re: [GERMAN-SURNAMES] Marose / Behnke
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 07:41:37 -0500
Do you know if your Behnke's might have any connection to the Behnke's who arrived in Ohio in 1881? My line ended up in Youngstown, Ohio and have several Freds and Williams but I don't have a Wilhelmina Schnieder.
There is also a branch in Cleveland that I haven't entirely figured out the relationship, but at least one family from Youngstown traveled back and forth and lived with relatives in Cleveland so there is a connection of some kind. This included a Ferdinand Behnke and an Otto Behnke.
Carl BEHNKE,b.10 Oct1849 in Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Germany, died 13 July 1923 Trumbull County, Ohio and his wife Louise KREIENBRING, b.1853, d.27Nov1936 in Ohio.
Carl, Louise, and 2 children Frank and Anna traveled to America on the SSRhenania, arriving NY Nov 7, 1881.
Carl and Louise had children: Louise (MAGGS), Charles, Ida (DICE), Mary (FREW), Fernie, and Walter.
Also listed with them in the manifest is KREIENBRING,Johanna F woman age 64,and KREIENBRING,Minna F daughter, age 26. All are listed as from Mecklenburg, (Charlottenhof)
Carl father is Fred b.1820 and mother is Caroline Elisabeth Adolphi Fischer, b. 1815.
Fred (1820) is son of Fred Behnke and Minnie SUMP.
Freds brother was Carl Ernst Christian /Behnke/ m. Marie or Caroline KRAMER, and they had son William b. 1855 in Uradel m.Caroline SCHMIDT, b. 1852 Pinnow.
Let me know if you spot any kind of connection between the families.
Bill Marose <> wrote:> Carl Marose Married Wihhelme Behnke in Germany They came to the U.S. in 1881 and settled in Chicago. One son August was born in Germany.> Carls parents were John Marose and Mary Burkosky> WIlhelme Behnkes parents were Frederick Behnke and Wilhelmina Schnieder> Any help at all would be appreciated as I hae hit a solid stone wall >> > > >
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