sof Nicolaus ( Catharina née NN. See there.
He emigrated in 1854.
sof Claus, a farmer, ( Margaretha Christina née Joens.
Boatman. He emigrated without a permit before 1871.
Groth, Peter Claussen
sof Hans ( Maria Benedicta née Groth.
He was reported to be in America in 1856 and before.
Groth, Peter Detlef
sof Hinrich, a fisherman, ( Margaretha née Wolter.
He emigrated in the summer of 1869, probably to America.
Groth, Peter Hinrich
Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without a permit for emigration.
Groth, Reimer Johannsen
sof Hans, a farmer in Dithmarschen. Merchant.
Permission for emigration was granted in 1852.
sof Johann ~ 1819 ( Ernestine née NN. See there.
Accused in 1884 of illegal emigration. Absent then.
… children of Johann Juergen Groth, a cabinetmaker.
She emigrated in 1869, together with Groth, Anna, who may have been her sister. From the same place.
Groth, Telsche (Mathilda)
Wife of Hoeck, Hans Hinrich * 1812. See there.
sof Hinrich ( Anna née Thoem.
He left in 1851, for Davenport, Iowa.
dof Peter ( Anna née Franzenburg. 7 siblings in the USA.
( Albers, Jacob. Four children by 1888.
dof Juergen ( Wiebke née Kolb.
( Frahm, Johann * 1847. Farmer in Grand Station, Illinois.
See Frahm. A sister in America : Margaretha Groth.
(Wilhelm Friedrich Theodor)
sof Hinrich Wilhelm ( Johanna née Moeller. See there.
(Johann Detlef Wilhelm)
sof Claus Friedrich ( Johanna Christina Wilhelmina née Lesky.
Worker. Permission for emigration was granted in 1869.
He signed his name : Grodt.
He emigrated in 1854. Port of destination : New Orleans.
(House-) painter and glazier. He emigrated in 1865 with his family.
( Both, Anna Lucia. Their children : Wilhelm, 16, and Hinrich, 9 years old. Port of destination : Queensland.
sof Wilhelm ( Anna née Both. See there.
Groth, Wilhelm (?)
(Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm)
sof NN Groth, a plumber, ( Sophia Emilie née Ehmke.
His mother emigrated around 1868, with her second husband, called von Morstein.
His brother Christian planned to emigrate with him in 1872. The permit was granted.
Groth, Wilhelm H.
He emigrated in 1852. Port of destination : New Orleans.
Probably a relative of Groth, Detlef. See there.
Groth, Wilhelm Heinrich
Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit, after 1866. Shipwright.
dof Juergen Hinrich ( Margaretha Johanna Friederica née Boldt. She emigrated in 1882 together with her sister