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51 _P_CCINFO 16-2 Loseke, Henry (I7884)
 
52 _P_CCINFO 17-2 Ruhters, Harm (I10999)
 
53 _P_CCINFO 17-2 Lüsken, Catharina Margretha (I8241)
 
54 _P_CCINFO 18-3 Maliha, Donald (I8433)
 
55 _P_CCINFO 18-3 Maliha, Laurence (I8437)
 
56 _P_CCINFO 18-3 Maliha, Norma (I8440)
 
57 _P_CCINFO 19-5
Facts about this person:

Alt. Born Unknown 
Rabeler, Frieda (I10383)
 
58 _P_CCINFO 19-5
Facts about this person:

Alt. Born Unknown 
Olson, Oliver E. (I9840)
 
59 _P_CCINFO 19-5
Niels Olson came to America in 1867. 
Olson, Niels (I9834)
 
60 _P_CCINFO 19-5 Olson (Jr), Oliver (I9785)
 
61 _P_CCINFO 19-5 Olson, Niels (I9836)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6450)
 
63 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
WURDEMANN-WUERDEMANN

There are two variations in spelling. The information from a German source indicates that the spelling in Germany was and still is WURDEMANN with the "u" having an umlaut (") over it. The umlaut is a diacritical mark that is added to a vowel that changes the sound of the German vowels a, i, o, and u. The variation in spelling came from the fact that there is no umlaut in the English language. For a phonetically correct English substitution, an "e" was added. The variations caused some problems. Other German names have the same characteristic. There is no definite answer as to which spelling is correct and neither is more correct than the other.[ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

WURDEMANN-WUERDEMANN

There are two variations in spelling. The information from a German source indicates that the spelling in Germany was and still is WURDEMANN with the "u" having an umlaut (") over it. The umlaut is a diacritical mark that is added to a vowel that changes the sound of the German vowels a, i, o, and u. The variation in spelling came from the fact that there is no umlaut in the English language. For a phonetically correct English substitution, an "e" was added. The variations caused some problems. Other German names have the same characteristic. There is no definite answer as to which spelling is correct and neither is more correct than the other.
Original individual @I4266@ (@MS_WURDEMANLEGACYG0@) merged with @I02915@ (@MS_WURDEMANNGM.GED1@) 
Würdemann, Harbert (I14019)
 
64 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
GROTELUSCHEN-GROTELUESCHEN

There are two variations in spelling. The information from a German source indicates that the spelling in Germany was and still is GROTELUSCHEN with the "u" having an umlaut (") over it. The umlaut is a diacritical mark that is added to a vowel that changes the sound of the German vowels a, i, o, and u. The variation in spelling came from the fact that there is no umlaut in the English language. For a phonetically correct English substitution, an "e" was added. The variations caused some problems. Other German names have the same characteristic. There is no definite answer as to which spelling is correct and neither is more correct than the other.
_____________________________

Friedrich emigrated to the United States aboard the Vessel LIEPZIG, which traveled from Bremen, Germany and Southhampton, England and arrived at the port of Baltimore, MD. on May 24, 1872. (GERMANS TO AMERICA PASSENGER LISTS, Ira A. Glazier and P. William Philby).

Fredrick was known as FRITZ to his family and friends.[ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

GROTELUSCHEN-GROTELUESCHEN

There are two variations in spelling. The information from a German source indicates that the spelling in Germany was and still is GROTELUSCHEN with the "u" having an umlaut (") over it. The umlaut is a diacritical mark that is added to a vowel that changes the sound of the German vowels a, i, o, and u. The variation in spelling came from the fact that there is no umlaut in the English language. For a phonetically correct English substitution, an "e" was added. The variations caused some problems. Other German names have the same characteristic. There is no definite answer as to which spelling is correct and neither is more correct than the other.
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Friedrich emigrated to the United States aboard the Vessel LIEPZIG, which traveled from Bremen, Germany and Southhampton, England and arrived at the port of Baltimore, MD. on May 24, 1872. (GERMANS TO AMERICA PASSENGER LISTS, Ira A. Glazier and P. William Philby).

Fredrick was known as FRITZ to his family and friends.
@NF2408@ 
Groteluschen, Friedrich (I4543)
 
65 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
From THE COLUMBUS (NE.) DAILY TELEGRAM, December 9, 1960, pg. 11, col. 3-

Cynthia Grotelueschen, 3 1/2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Grotelueschen of Colorado Springs, died in a hospital there at 6 p.m. Thursday following surgery for a brain tumor.

Besides her parents, Elroy and Betty Loseke Grotelueschen, the child is survived by two brothers, Lee and Rodney; her grandparents, Mrs. Ernst Grotelueschen of Lake Worth, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Loseke of Columbus; her paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Mueller of Columbus.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Redeemer Lutheran church in Colorado Springs, after which the body will be entrained for Columbus for grave side services and burial Tuesday in Roselawn Memorial cemetery. Gass Funeral home will handle the local arrangements. [ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

From THE COLUMBUS (NE.) DAILY TELEGRAM, December 9, 1960, pg. 11, col. 3-

Cynthia Grotelueschen, 3 1/2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Grotelueschen of Colorado Springs, died in a hospital there at 6 p.m. Thursday following surgery for a brain tumor.

Besides her parents, Elroy and Betty Loseke Grotelueschen, the child is survived by two brothers, Lee and Rodney; her grandparents, Mrs. Ernst Grotelueschen of Lake Worth, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Loseke of Columbus; her paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Mueller of Columbus.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Redeemer Lutheran church in Colorado Springs, after which the body will be entrained for Columbus for grave side services and burial Tuesday in Roselawn Memorial cemetery. Gass Funeral home will handle the local arrangements. 
Grotelueschen, Cynthia Ann (I4218)
 
66 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
From THE COLUMBUS (NE.) DAILY TELEGRAM, October 27, 1961, pg. 5, col. 2-

Mrs. William Becher, 66, of 2169 24th avenue, died about 3:30 a.m. today in the Lutheran hospital following a short illness.

Funeral services will be held Monday, 9:45 a.m. at the Gass Funeral chapel and 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, north of Columbu

The Rev. George Schubarth will officiate and burial will be in St. John's cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Gass chapel after 11 a.m. Sunday.

A lifetime resident of Platte county, Mrs. Becher was born June 15, 1895 in Grand Prairie township. She was the former Emma Helen Grotelueschen, daughter of William and Margaret Boe Grotelueschen.

She was baptized and confirmed in St. John's Lutheran church, of which she was a lifetime member, and received her education in St. John's parochial school.

On June 15, 1915 she was married to William Becher at St. John's church. They farmed in Grand Prairie township until retiring to Columbus in 195

Survivors include her husband; son, Allen, and daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Esther) Marty, both of Columbus; four grandchildren, Charlene, Darrell, Duane and Sharon Becher; one brother, Enno Grotelueschen of Columbus; a half-sister, Mrs. Minnie Inselman of Columbus; two half brothers, Herman Hellbusch of Columbus and Otto Hellbusch of Norfolk.

A son, LaVern, died June 22, 1952 in Korea while serving in the Marine Corps. Also preceding her in death were three brothers, Ernst, William and Paul Grotelueschen; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Mueller and Mrs. Olga Cordes; and a half-sister, Mrs. Mathilda Meinke. [ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

From THE COLUMBUS (NE.) DAILY TELEGRAM, October 27, 1961, pg. 5, col. 2-

Mrs. William Becher, 66, of 2169 24th avenue, died about 3:30 a.m. today in the Lutheran hospital following a short illness.

Funeral services will be held Monday, 9:45 a.m. at the Gass Funeral chapel and 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, north of Columbu

The Rev. George Schubarth will officiate and burial will be in St. John's cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Gass chapel after 11 a.m. Sunday.

A lifetime resident of Platte county, Mrs. Becher was born June 15, 1895 in Grand Prairie township. She was the former Emma Helen Grotelueschen, daughter of William and Margaret Boe Grotelueschen.

She was baptized and confirmed in St. John's Lutheran church, of which she was a lifetime member, and received her education in St. John's parochial school.

On June 15, 1915 she was married to William Becher at St. John's church. They farmed in Grand Prairie township until retiring to Columbus in 195

Survivors include her husband; son, Allen, and daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Esther) Marty, both of Columbus; four grandchildren, Charlene, Darrell, Duane and Sharon Becher; one brother, Enno Grotelueschen of Columbus; a half-sister, Mrs. Minnie Inselman of Columbus; two half brothers, Herman Hellbusch of Columbus and Otto Hellbusch of Norfolk.

A son, LaVern, died June 22, 1952 in Korea while serving in the Marine Corps. Also preceding her in death were three brothers, Ernst, William and Paul Grotelueschen; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Mueller and Mrs. Olga Cordes; and a half-sister, Mrs. Mathilda Meinke. 
Grotelueschen, Emma Helen (I4250)
 
67 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13272)
 
68 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
"Burn Bernd" was a Brinksitzer or "new farmer" near Haast. He inherited the family farm.

[ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

"Burn Bernd" was a Brinksitzer or "new farmer" near Haast. He inherited the family farm.
 
Groteluschen, Gerd Hinrich (I4551)
 
69 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
"Mitch" was a radio announcer and went by the alias of "J.P. Mitchell" at KBON.
[ColfaxDeutschlandPlatte.FBK.FTW]

"Mitch" was a radio announcer and went by the alias of "J.P. Mitchell" at KBON. 
Shulman, Edward Mitchell (I11891)
 
70 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0128@ 
Bauman, Elzada (I821)
 
71 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0365@ 
Chapman, William (I2034)
 
72 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0381@ 
Kriefels, William (I7012)
 
73 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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Deichmann, George (I2423)
 
74 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0502@ 
Brethauer, Joel (I1490)
 
75 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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Daboll, Constance Jean (I2274)
 
76 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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UnknownLastName, Aleidine (I12744)
 
77 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0525@ 
Otto, Pamela A. (I10010)
 
78 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0705@ 
Depe, Maria (I2457)
 
79 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0727@ 
Barjenbruch, Frieda H. (I710)
 
80 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0883@ 
UnknownLastName, Ellouise (I12838)
 
81 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF0980@ 
Soulek, Dean D. (I12141)
 
82 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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McIntyre, Violet Maude (I8749)
 
83 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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Ahrens, Anna (I73)
 
84 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1186@ 
Hejtmanek, Edward (I5240)
 
85 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1357@ 
Schaad (, Sr.), Arnold (I11318)
 
86 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1392@ 
Gilg, Magdalina (I3971)
 
87 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6414)
 
88 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1417@ 
Drost, Laurence (I2669)
 
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I240)
 
90 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1421@ 
McDonald, Robert (I8740)
 
91 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13412)
 
92 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1459@ 
Lipovitz, Frank N. (I7560)
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12054)
 
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8064)
 
95 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1492@ 
Asche, Johann Gerhard (I419)
 
96 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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Andress, Jack LeRoy (I271)
 
97 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
@NF1520@ 
Reese, William Henry (I10514)
 
98 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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Reinertson, Gretchen (I10593)
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13658)
 
100 _P_CCINFO 2-14330
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UnknownLastName, Anna (I12756)
 

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