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Subject: Re: [MDGARRET] Diehls & Hederich (Hetrick) Emigration
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 02:02:33 +0000
Where did you get this info about the DIEHLs? My ancestor is Johann BalTHazar DIEHL. Don says that he just translated it for you.
> Anyone know why emigration was denied during the 1840s? Our Diehls and
> Hederiches were listed on the ship "America's" manifest contrary to earlier
> that they probably came over as "cargo." It must have been Johann Conrad
> Hederich that left with some of the family fortune, but letters in the 1850s
> indicate that the Hederiches had to work and scrape in order to bring just one
> over in the 1850's. Johann Conrad and his wife Katherine Hederich, my g-g
> grandparents, had to leave some of their children behind--the older ones so they
> could care for each other until they could emigrate. Their son, Conrad, and
> his wife Nancy Uphold came over before their first child, Charles Conrad, was b.
> in 1860 in Garrett County.
> Lois Hetrick Stewart
> DIEHL, Johann Henrich, the 80-year-old farmer and wagoner, has emigrated with
> his son, named hereafter, to America, without permission (of the government).
> DIEHL, Johann Martin, son of the farmer and wagoner aforementioned, just as
> his father, in spite of a directive prohibiting same, has emigrated with his
> legally married wife, Juliana, and their two children, Johannes Heinrich and
> Johannes Caspar, for America.
> DIEHL, Conrad, the blacksmith, filed an emigration request in January, 1834,
> which was denied. In spite of the denial, he emigrated with his legally
> married wife, Catharina Bertraud, and their children, Johann Caspar, Johann
> Johann Martin, and Anna Elisabeth, in May, 1834, to America.
> DIEHL, Conrad, the 76-year-old wagoner and widower, emigrated with both of
> his sons, named hereafter, in 1841, without permission, to America.
> DIEHL, Johann Balthasar, the "coarse" blacksmith (he does the heavy, most
> difficult jobs), emigrated with his father and his brother in the summer of
> without permission, to America.
> DIEHL, Andreas, brother of the aforementioned, a carpenter by trade,
> emigrated with his father and brother, in the summer of 1841, without
> permission, to
> DIEHL, Elisabetha, is listed in the church register as having emigrated -
> unfortunately, no date and no details given.
> HEDERICH, Anna Dorothea, the widow, emigrated with the family of her son in
> 1846 to America. Her petition to emigrate was denied. No further details given.
> HEDERICH, Johann Conrad, son of the aforementioned farmer, just as his
> mother, filed a petition to emigrate in April, 1846, which was denied. In spite
> that, he emigrated without permission with his legally married wife, Anna
> Catharina, and their children, Johannes, Anna Maria, Johann Conrad, Martin,
> Johannes, Carl, and Anna, in the year 1846, to America. Nothing else is known
> this large family.
> STEURNAGEL, Johannes, the 56-year-old town watchman, emigrated without
> permission, with his legally married wife, Catharina, in 1841, to America.
> STEURNAGEL, Johannes, emigrated to America. No further details are given.
> This one page contains a wealth of information!
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