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Individual: Arndt, William
Birth date: Jan 8, 1906
Death date: Jun 13, 1992
Social Security #: 388-36-7026
State of issue: WI

Confirmed 7-1-1923.
Hahn Family Hist. has middle name as Julius and Henke Family Hist. has
initial "C" 
Arndt, William Julius Sr. (I290)
[tree 1044.ftw]

The Carl Henke family lived in Lindenwerder, Germany, which was located in the area of Europe that History books refer to as the "Polish Corridor". Lindenwerder is at the present time called Lipiagora, Poland (since WWII). It is a small ve Notec River.
Emil and Frederick Henke sailed for the US from Bremen, Germany, on the ship Kaiserin Maria Teresa. They arrived in New York (Ellis Island) on October 8, 1902 and reached Faribault County, MN, on October 11, 1902. They worked on farms anssh grain.
In 1905, Emil went back to Germany to visit his parents. He was persuaded, by his mother, to fulfill his military training. After he and Bernhard had completed their military service, he, accpompained by Bernhard, returned to the US on thep?) arriving in 1909.
In the meantime Fred had married adn rented the farm owned by Mrs. Emil
Schwartz in the Blue Earth Vicinity. Fred was not well so Bernhart helped him on his farm.
Emil lived in Kiester, MN, where he worked for a blacksmith named Yost. After his marriage he eventually moved to Blue Earth, MN, where he bought into a blacksmith shop.
Fred died of tuberculosis in August 1915; his wife and children moved to town (Blue Earth) to live. A couple years later, Fred's widow married Bernhart and they moved to Deer Park, Wisconisn, where they purchased a farm. 
Henke, Karl (I306)
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Died of "Erhang T" (German) Left behind mother, 4 sons and 1 brother. 
Hahn, Daniel J. (I288)
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Never married, confirmed 5-24-1908. 
Hahn, Elsie Hulda (I294)
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Never married, confirmed Dec 18, 1910. 
Hahn, August Herman (I295)
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Never Married. Died of heart problems. 
Hahn, Emil Gustav (I291)
Age at this event:1 Dettmann, Harold Carl Albert (I2)
Age at this event:10 Dettmann, Harold Carl Albert (I2)
Age at this event:21 Krueger, Clara Alma (I403)
Age at this event:26 Dettmann, Albert Herman (I3)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dettmann, M. (I122)
Albert arrived in America at the age of 9 years old. He traveled with his parents, brother, and his sister Augusta and her family which included her husband Carl and daughter Amelia.

Albert Pieper located in the Watertown, North Dakota area. 
Pieper, Albert (I842)
Amelia Dettmann's married name was Schwartz and she lived in the Faibault, Minnesota area.

Services for Mrs. Emelia Schwartz, 82, who died on Monday, December 18, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore of Manly, Iowa, after a brief illness were held on December 21. A family service at 1:30 p. m. at the Boldt Funeral Home was followed by a service at 2 p. m. at Trinity Lutheran church, Mrs. August Roeglin and Mrs. Ernest Radtke sang a favorite German hymn of the deceased, and the children from Trinity school sang "Rock of Ages." Interment was made in Maple Lawn cemetery. Pallbearers were Ernest Radtke, August Roeglin, Nick Winkel, Alvin Achilles, George Kenow and Herman Beneke. Emelia Dettman was born in Germany on June 11, 1868, the daughter of John and Fredericka Dettman. She was marrried to William Schwartz on February 18, 1885 in Faribault. During the first years of their marriage, the couple lived on a farm in Cannon City township, moving to Faribault 30 years ago. Mrs. Schwartz was a lifelong member of the Lutheran churcch and a member of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid. Survivors include: three daughters, Mrs. Sidney Smith of Enderlin, N. D., Miss Martha Schwartz of Cambridge, MInn., and Mrs. Ralph Moore of Manly, Iowa; one son, George F. Schwartz of Milwaukeee, Wisconsin; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends attending the funeral from away were Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; seven grand of Enderlin, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schwartz, and Mr. and Mrs. Laird Moore, Manly, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dettman, and Mrs. Allan Johnson, Glenwood City, Wisconsin; and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Wille, Kenyon. 
Dettmann, Emelia (I82)
Amelia Dettmann's married name was Schwartz and she lived in the Faibault, Minnesota area. Dettmann, Minna (I820)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, A.P. (I900)
Arrived at the Port of New York on February 14, 1885. Port of Departure was Bremen, Germany. The name of the ship was the Ems. He traveled to America with his sister Marie, she was 26, he was 25. Krueger, John (I41)
Arrived in February 1887 on the ship Weser
Port of arrival was Baltimore, Maryland
Port of departure was Bremen, Germany 
Wenzlaff, Paulina (I421)
Arrived March 1,1902 on the Ship Hekla with sister Sophie.
Port of arrival was New York 
Jorgenson, Hans C. (I102)
Arrived May 30,1896 in New York on the ship Hekla.
Port of departure was Copenhagen, Denmark.
18 years old 
Johnson, Carl Goerg (I882)
Arrived with brother Hans on the ship Hekla on March 1,1902. Port of arrival New York Jorgenson, Sophie G (I1122)
At the bride's home Family F18
Augusta Pieper Dettmann traveled to America with her husband Carl Dettmann and daughter Amelia. They arrived in America on April 19, 1881. She was 26 years old. Pieper, Augusta Henrietta Whilhelmine (I33)
Carl departed fromHamburg, Germany and Le Havre, France to arrive in the Port Of New York on April 19, 1881 at the age of 25 years. He traveled on the ship Silesia.

Carl Dettmann started out as a fisherman in England and then became a tailor. He was a short man, shorter than his wife. He also had quite a temper. All of his sons were over 6 feet tall. 
Dettmann, Carl (I321)
Confirmed 3-28-1915. Hahn, Karl Fredrick (I185)
Did not emmigrate


Family F24
Emmigrated July 14, 1881 to Menomonie, Wisconsin Wold, Peder Andersen (I474)
Emmigrated to Eau Claire, Wisconsin April 7, 1913 Enlihaug, Peder Johansen (I453)
Emmigrated to the U.S. April 4, 1883 at Menomonie, Wisconsin.

Census: 1875, Endalsvold

som oppfostringsbarn 
Dahl, Anders Pedersen (I22)
Emmigrated to the United States March 11,1876 to Menomonie, Wisconsin.

FOLKETELLING: 1875, Møllenbergs indre, Trondheim som "Logerende" hos broren Lars (han er da oppgitt å være født i 1819, som må vare feil)

Dahl, Ole Pedersen (I426)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, K.H. (I10)
Event Description: Y Wold, Peter J. (I1527)
Funeral services were held Thursday, October 15 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, the Rev. E. S. Skaar officiating. Rev. Frederick Dahl, Glenn's uncle, also spoke on behalf of the family. The American Legion conducted military services at the grave side in the City Cemetery Dahl, Glenn Laverne (I190)
Glenn was a supply clerk in the Navey until he was discharged in May of 1953. He planned to become an accountant or a lawyer. He worked at the Army Ammunition Plant in Minneapolis after her was discharged

Glenn died of Renal Failure at the age of 21. 
Dahl, Glenn Laverne (I190)
Gottlieb Pieper came to America at the age of 53 years. He arrived in the Port of New York on April 19, 1881 on the ship Silesia. Pieper, Gottlieb (I381)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, V.L. (I703)
Grandma Leone Dahl got her auburn hair from this ancestor Larson, Sidsel (I1544)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, G.C. (I12)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, H.S. (I13)
He was a WW II Navy veteran and had a Masonic affiliation for 50 years in Paradise Valley Silver Trowel #29 and Glendale Chapter #20 Order of the Eastern Star. George, Herbert N. (I1148)
Henrietta Afelt Pieper arrived in America on April 19, 1881 on the Ship Silesia. She was 56 years old. She traveled with her husband, two sons, and the Carl Dettmann family. Affeldt, Henrietta Gretchen (I392)
Hermann Pieper arrived in America on April 19, 1881 at the age of 23. He came on the ship Silesia with his family.

Herman Pieper located in the Wausau, Wisconsin area. 
Pieper, Herman (I831)
In about 1915 he married Julia.
After his father died in 1917, he helped support his mother. 
Wold, Andrew (I357)
In the family bible, which was written in Grandma Dahl's handwriting (Karen Fredricksen), she spelled dad's name this way but he always used Louie as his signature.

Karen's mother, Randi Iversdatter Skjellum died the same day he was born. He was born in the morning and Randi died in the afternoon. 
Dahl, Loi Rudolf (I15)
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dahl, K.H. (I10)
Left for the United States in 1893 Paulsen, Henrik Bernt (I1546)
Married at Gust And Ethel's House
Honeymooned at Bird Island, Minnesota
Leona wore a blue dress. 
Family F4
At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dettmann, M.L. (I1)
Minnesota Death Index
Name: Emil R Henke
Birth Date: 12 Mar 1884
Death Date: 29 May 1967
Death County: Faribault
Mother's Maiden Name: Wolf
State file number: 011386
Certificate Number: 011386
Certificate Year: 1967
Record Number: 1673460

Source: Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001. Original data: State of Minnesota. Minnesota Death Index, 1908-1002. Minneapolis, MN, USA: Minnesota Department of Health. 
Henke, Emil Rudolph (I332)
Name: Louee R Dahl
Date: 29 Apr 1902
County: St. Croix
Reel: 0262
Record: 001963 
Dahl, Loi Rudolf (I15)
Name: Sophie G Jorgensen
Arrival Date: 1 Mar 1902
Birth Year: abt 1882
Age: 20
Gender: Female
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Danish
Port of Departure: Copenhagen
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Hekla 
Johnson, Sophie (I1187)