Person Sheet

Name: Friederike Charlotte Henriett “Charlotte” Krueckberg 27,28
Birth: 12-7-1837, Kathringhagen #42, Schaumburg, Germany
Death: 8-4-1930, Wells Creek, KS Age: 92
Burial: Immanuel United Church Of Christ Cemetery, Wells Creek, KS
Father: Carl Ludewig Krueckberg (->1840)
Mother: Wilhelmine Christine Eleonore Voss (->1840)
Spouse 1: Georg August Or August G. Buchmeier 27,28
Birth: 4-1-1834, Deckbergen #6, Schamburg, Germany
Death: 3-19-1910, Wells Creek, KS Age: 75
Burial: Immanuel United Church Of Christ Cemetery, Wells Creek, KS
Father: Wilhelm Heinrich Buchmeier (1800-)
Mother: Philippine Louse Matthies (1793-1852)
Marriage: 5-5-1860, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Children: August Z. (F?) (1864-1947)
  Wilhelm? “William” (1866-1925)
  Caroline (1866-1899)
  Heinrich? “Henry” (1870-1949)
  Edward (Died as Child) (1874-1880)
  Emilie (Died as Child) (1876-1879)
  Ida (1880-1938)
  Amanda (1882-1952)
  Louis (Died as Infant)
Notes for Friederike Charlotte Henriett “Charlotte” Krueckberg
Ben Bahner spells the last name Kriiskeberg. Karen Rowe has place of birth Kathringhagen, Schaumburg, Germany.

Came to America 2/29/1860. Moved to Wells Creek, KS in 1878.
Notes for Georg August Or August G. (Spouse 1)
Ben Bahner has August G. - Karen Rowe has Georg August. She also notes that he was born at Deckbergen, Schaumburg, Germany.

Immigrated to America from Bremen, Germany 2/29/1859 arriving at the Port of Chicago via Quebec, Canada, through the Great Lakes. August and Charlotte were married in Cook County Chicago at the home of her sister Minnie Hoff on May 5, 1860. They lived in the area of Palatine, Barrington and Long Grove, Illinois until 1878 when they moved to Wells Creek, Wabaunsee County, Kansas. They bought a farm of 160 acres for $640 at $4 an acre from the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. August and Charlotte built a home and lived at Wells Creek until his death in 1910. After August’s death Charlotte moved to the home of her eldest son, August F. and lived with them until her death in 1930.

August and Charlotte had nine childen. Seven of them, August F., Louis, William, Caroline, Henry, Edward and Emilie were born in Illinois and two, Ida and Amanda were born in Kansas. When they first arrived they attended St. John Lutheran Church. The church and parsonage were located nearly across the road from their farm. Edward and Emilie are buried in the St. John cemetery. At some point the congregation split and another church was formed, the Evangelical and Reform Lutheran Church. This church is now the United Church of Christ. August was one of the charter members of the Evangelical church. August and Charlotte are buried in it’s cemetery.
Last Modified 10-21-2002 Created 5-14-2013 (null)