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  • ID: I03960
  • Name: Michael F. KRUEGER
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 19 JUN 1800 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
  • Death: 14 JUN 1875
  • Burial: Rockland Evangelical Cemetery - 1.5 Mi. SW Reedsville on the town road
  • Change Date: 13 JAN 2002
  • Reference Number: 652
  • Note:
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    Krueger Kin and Related Family 1977 2nd edition Michael Krueger wasbornJune 19, 1800 in Pom m ern, Prussia and married Dorothea Rusch there.Shewas born January 18, 1808 in or near Niede r hagen,
    ( Lubien Dolny ) , County Regenwalde, Pommern, Prussia.Niederhagenbelonged to the Evangeli ca l Parish of Obernhagen, now LubienGorny,Szczecin, Prussia. Records are not available at Sal tl ake, atOberhagen, orat the archives at Szczecin. Michael and Dorothea raised alarge famil yan d we know they were living in Niederhagen at the time oftheemigration. Unsatisfied wit h th e conditions and inparticular,conscription into the army until the age of 31, Michael so ldhi s propertyand brought all his family to America. They left Hamberg onApril 2, 1852on th e Bri g Julie and arrived in New York on May 25, sevenand one-halfweeks later. Three of th e olde r Children were alreadymarried withfamilies- David, Carolina Rusch and Wilhelmina Rein ke.Ele ven werelisted on the passenger list with the parents; namely, Carl B.,Christine, Lo uise,Got tfried, Fritz, Ernestine, Friederike .Mathilde,Emilie, Hannah and Theresa. Maybe thes e Mat hilde has not beenacounted forand she could be the child who died on the ship and the mothe r pretendedshe was alive so she wouldn't be buried at sea. Theres noway to verifythis. T he y may have stopped briefly in New York, then wentonto Buffaloand Milwaukee as that was th e c ommon way settlers came tothis way.According to the 1911 History of Manitowoc County, Pag e 3 16,DavidKrueger and his brothers settled in 1853 in Maple Grove. They werein the1855 Wis cons in state census of Maple Grove. In November of 1856RocklandTownship was formed from par t o f Maple Grove. Most of theKruegers livedfor at least a while in the area around Reedsvi lle . In1855 there werefour male and six female in the household including theparents. N ameswer e not given, but the corresponds with names of the fivedaughters andthree sons who ma rried a fter that. It leaves no place forMathilde.From the 1878 atlas of Manitowoc County, w e learne d, that thosewhosettled during the years ranging from 1846-1855, suffered perhapes thegreates t privations of all the pioneers. They were a distancefromManitowoc and Sheboygan , and afte r the store of provisions whichtheybroght with them were exhusted. , they had t o rely on the meagerpruducts of there diminutive farms. Potatoes were the staplearticle off ood; bread wa s a luxury and milk was scarce. neighbors wereseparatedby from three to five m ile of trackle ss forest and a journey totown wasa task of no insignificant proportions, an d though their w antsfrequentlyjustified the attemp, the state of their finances interposed anobjection. In 18 60 Michael "Krige" had thirty acres of improved landandfifty acres of uni mproved; the valu e of his farm was $600. the raised40bushels of wheat, 30 bushels of rye, 2 0 bushels of oats , and produced10pounds of wool. $100 worth of livestock included 3 cows , 2 oxen,5cattle, 2 s heep and 5 swine. The situation has improved. By 1870Michaeland Dorot hea were living with th eir son, Christian, andlaterChristian's son Albert M. Krueger bough t the farm, a 120 acres e 1/2ofsw 1/4 and nw 1/4 of the se1/4 of section 3 in the town of Rockland,Township #19, nort h of range 21 east. Now Gerald Ebert owns some ofthisland. When Mic hael died June 14, 1875 , he was buried across the roadinthe Rockland Evangelical Cemetery, o ne and one-half miles s outhwestofReedsville on the town road. Michaels stone is broken. Do rotheadiedApril 28, 188 3 and her tombstone has a scripture verse fromrevelation21; 7.
    Wer Uberwindet der wird alles erben. ( he that overcometh shallinheritall things).[anna ko ff ernus retlace3.ged]




    Father: Johann KRUEGER b: 1775 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    Mother: Mrs. KRUEGER b: ABT 1777

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
    • Married: 1825
    Children
    1. Has Children Emily Sophia KRUEGER b: 13 JUN 1845 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania

    Marriage 2 Dorothea Ann RUSCH b: 18 JAN 1808 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    • Married: 1825
    Children
    1. Has No Children David H. KRUEGER b: 12 JAN 1826 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    2. Has No Children Karl B. KRUEGER b: 25 OCT 1827
    3. Has No Children Wilhelmina KRUEGER b: 29 SEP 1829 in ,,,Germany
    4. Has No Children Carolina KRUEGER b: 14 NOV 1831 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    5. Has No Children Christian M. KRUEGER b: 11 DEC 1833 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    6. Has No Children Louisa F. KRUEGER b: 9 SEP 1835
    7. Has No Children Gottfried G. I KRUEGER b: 23 MAR 1837
    8. Has No Children Friederich M. KRUEGER b: 31 DEC 1838
    9. Has No Children Augustine KRUEGER b: 20 MAR 1840 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    10. Has No Children Friederike KRUEGER b: 2 DEC 1841
    11. Has No Children Mathilde KRUEGER b: 1843
    12. Has No Children Johanna Ernstine Friederike KRUEGER b: 2 NOV 1847 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
    13. Has No Children Theresa KRUEGER b: 9 SEP 1850 in Neiderhagen, Kries Regenwalde, Pomerania
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