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1.( Wulf, Maria Caroline Louise. Two sons.

2.( Landschoof, Dorothea. Sons : Wilhelm, Ludwig, and Justus.

Destination : Iowa, where another son had gone in 1868.

Gruemmer, Wilhelm

(Georg Wilhelm Ludwig)

* 1848

sof Marx Hinrich 1.( Maria Caroline Louise née Wulf.

See there.

USA

Gruen, aka Jensen,

Nis Christian Ferdinand

* 1861

Butcher. Accused (in 1884) of illegal emigration.

USA

Gruen, August

He emigrated in 1854, most probably to America. Clothier.

???

Gruen, Gottlieb Clemens

* 1850

sof Peter Christian, a teacher. He himself was a seaman in his younger years. He was in New York in 1870, then moved to Cleveland to work in a factory, as an engineer. Later tenant of a farm (1881).

Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without a permit for emigration.

USA

Gruen, Marie

(Wiebke Marie Sophie)

* 1852

Wife of Toennsen, Peter Friedrich. See there.

They emigrated in 1874, with two children.

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Gruenau, Martin August

* 1849

sof Claus Friedrich. Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit.

???

Gruenbaum, Georg

* 1867

He was tried in 1890 for desertion (whenever). Absent.

???

Gruenberg, J. F.

~ 1817

He emigrated in 1856. Port of destination : Melbourne.

Merchant. His wife Caroline, 39, was with him, and their

daughter Johanna.

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Gruenberg, Johanna

~ 1848

dof J. F. ~ 1817 ( Caroline née NN. See there.

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Gruendler, Gustav

He emigrated in 1854 with his wife Anna, most probably to America. Joiner and cabinetmaker by trade.

???

Gruenebaum, Ferdinand

* 1876

Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit. Reserve soldier. Butcher. Last known inland residence : Altona.

???

Gruener, Fritz Heinrich

* 1857

Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit.

???

Gruenewald, Eva

~ 1829

She left in 1859. Port of destination : New York.

From Schoellkrippen, Bavaria. Single when emigrating. He travelled with Meyer, Georg ~ 1831, who may have been her future husband.

USA

Gruenewold,

Johann Hermann

* 1849

1 Mar.

Illegitimate child of Anna Catharina Claussen and Johann Hermann Gruenewold.

Permission for emigration was denied in 1868.

USA

Gruenfeld,

Christen Hansen

* 1855

Accused (in 1878) of illegal emigration or of not showing for military service. Seaman.

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Gruening,

Heinrich Wilhelm

* 1861

Accused (in 1888) of leaving the country without a permit for emigration or of not showing for military service. Reserve soldier.

USA

Gruening, Carl Nicolai

* 1799

30 Dec

sof Nicolaus, a merchant, ( Maria née Rowehl. Teacher.

1833 ( Nissen, Agnes Ernestine * 1804.

They emigrated in 1848 or in 1849. Probably with children

USA

Gruenwald,

Fritz Carl Jacob

* 1865

sof Franz Heinrich, a shoemaker, ( Dorothea Sophia née Boysen. An uncle in America since about 1874 : Theodor Gruenwald. Destination : New York.

Permission for emigration was granted in 1880.

His mother emigrated in 1884 with the youngest children.

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Gruenwald,

*

sof Johann Jochim Christopher ( Christina Margaretha

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