1.( Wulf, Maria Caroline Louise. Two sons.
2.( Landschoof, Dorothea. Sons : Wilhelm, Ludwig, and Justus.
Destination : Iowa, where another son had gone in 1868.
(Georg Wilhelm Ludwig)
sof Marx Hinrich 1.( Maria Caroline Louise née Wulf.
Gruen, aka Jensen,
Nis Christian Ferdinand
Butcher. Accused (in 1884) of illegal emigration.
He emigrated in 1854, most probably to America. Clothier.
Gruen, Gottlieb Clemens
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.
(Wiebke Marie Sophie)
Wife of Toennsen, Peter Friedrich. See there.
They emigrated in 1874, with two children.
Gruenau, Martin August
sof Claus Friedrich. Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit.
He was tried in 1890 for desertion (whenever). Absent.
Gruenberg, J. F.
He emigrated in 1856. Port of destination : Melbourne.
Merchant. His wife Caroline, 39, was with him, and their
dof J. F. ~ 1817 ( Caroline née NN. See there.
He emigrated in 1854 with his wife Anna, most probably to America. Joiner and cabinetmaker by trade.
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
Accused of not showing for military service and of leaving the country without the required permit.
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.
Illegitimate child of Anna Catharina Claussen and Johann Hermann Gruenewold.
Permission for emigration was denied in 1868.
Accused (in 1878) of illegal emigration or of not showing for military service. Seaman.
Accused (in 1888) of leaving the country without a permit for emigration or of not showing for military service. Reserve soldier.
Gruening, Carl Nicolai
sof Nicolaus, a merchant, ( Maria née Rowehl. Teacher.
1833 ( Nissen, Agnes Ernestine * 1804.
They emigrated in 1848 or in 1849. Probably with children
Fritz Carl Jacob
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.
sof Johann Jochim Christopher ( Christina Margaretha