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Waidelich immigrants from Black Forest

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Waidelich immigrants from Black Forest

Posted: 24 Jul 2001 4:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Waidelich
Do someone know anything on the following immigrants (deriving from the parish of Simmersfeld, district of Nagold, Black Forest, Wuerttemberg) and their descandants in the USA?

(1) Johann Georg Waidelich,b 14 March 1814, d ?; married 1840 in Egenhausen to:
Sabine Steeb b ?, d?, they lived first Egenhausen (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), he was there farmer and pub owner, moved later to America.
His parents: Johann Michael Waidelich (1768-1825), farmer in Ettmannsweiler (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), and (2nd marriage) Anna Maria Schaible (1786-1835).

(2) Johannes Waidelich b 3 Sep 1833, d ?; moved 6 May 1854 to America, working as a carpenter in Simmersfeld (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg);
His parents: Adam Waidelich (1793-1858) carpenter in Simmersfeld, married to Anna Maria Wurster (1807-1881).

(3) Barbara Waidelich b 2.11.1820, d ?; moved 1848 to America.
Her parents: Simon Waidelich (1796-1836) weaver in Simmersfeld (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), married to Anna Maria Oesterle (1797-1849), she married later Johann Adam Waidelich in Oberweiler.

(4) 3 siblings:
Michael Friedrich Waidelich b 14 June 1848, d ?; moved 1868 to America.
Johannes Waidelich b 29 Apr 1853, d ?; moved 1875 to America.
Johann Georg Waidelich b 16 June 1861 - † 26 May 1937, moved to America (Chicago).
Carl b 25 July 1863, d ?, maybe he moved also to America.
Their parents: Georg Friedrich Waidelich (1823-1881), carpenter in Simmersfeld (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), married to Anna Maria Martini (1825-1887).

(5) A family:
Martin Waidelich b 30 Aug 1847, d ?; mill knight in Simmersfeld (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), family moved 1878 to America; father: Friedrich Waidelich from Neuweiler (weaver, district of Calw, Wuerttemberg), mother: Elisabeth Kuebler;
married 2 Feb 1877 Christina born Hanselmann, b 25 Jan 1851, d ?;
1 child: Elisabeth Christina b 23 Dec 1877, d ?.


(6) Elisabeth Katharina Waidelich b 29 Oct 1888, d ?; married 1920 to ?, moved to Blankenhorn (closed to Hamburg, Germany), later to America.
Her parents: Michael Friedrich Waidelich (1849-1921), carpenter in Simmersfeld (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), married to Philippine Kern (1855-1936).

(7) Georg Waidelich b 16 May 1793, d ?; 1854 to America, emigration caused by suspection of having murdered the ranger Bremo; with 100 guldens by public (financial) support.
His parents: Georg Waidelich (1763-1841), farmer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), married to Eva Katharina Theurer (1766-1844).

(8) Johannes Waidelich b 30 Jan 1821, d ?; married to ?, to America.
His parents: Johannes Waidelich (1790-1782), family from Huenerberg (district of Calw, Wuerttemberg), day labourer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg) since 1828; married (1st marriage) to Barbara Funk (1796-1832), 2nd marriage to Elisabeth Reuchle (1800-1864).

(9) 6 siblings:
Matthias Waidelich b 12 Oct 1836, d ?; married Barbara Gall (or Kielinger), moved to America.
Johann Peter Waidelich b 18 July 1844, d ?; married to ?, moved to America, without disclaiming (on heritages etc.); lost in the west of the USA without trace, 2 daughters.
Christian Waidelich b 7 Sep 1847, d ?; married (1st) to Anna Maria Seeger (from Wuerttemberg, ? daughter of Martin + Mary Seeger), married (2nd) Christine Nestle (b 1848 in Wuerttemberg, Germany – Qq160), to America, without disclaiming (on heritages etc.); visited Germany in 1904 and took along his nephew Johannes Waidelich (14 years old) to America.
Georg Friedrich Waidelich b 23 Oct 1853, d ?; moved 1879 to America.
Michael Johann Waidelich b 22 July 1860, d ?; moved 1879 to America, without disclaiming (on heritages etc.).
Conrad b 3 Aug 1864, d ?; moved to America.
Their parens: Matthias Waidelich (1811-1889); farmer and day labourer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg); married 1837 to Anna Barbara Lehmann (1819-1881).

(10) Georg Friedrich Waidelich b 8 May or 8 Aug 1857, d 14 Feb 1921, married 29 Aug 1891 Evalena Gottschalck, to Mattoon (Wisconsin, USA). Descendants partially known.
His parents: Philipp Waidelich (1824-1870), family from Ueberberg (part named: Heselbronn, both district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), farmer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg) since July 1855; married 1851 to Christine Graf (1829-1893).

(11) 2 siblings:
Johannes Waidelich b 22 May 1868, d Bassett (Iowa, USA) 15 March 1942, married Chickasaw (Iowa, USA) 11 Feb 1891 to Leonora Jane Frazee, nach Bassett, Chickasaw County (Iowa, USA), descendants partially known.
Christine Barbara Waidelich b 2 Apr 1873, d 9 Oct 1950, married to Johann Georg Waidelich (farmer – see below); moved to Charles City + Chickasaw County (Iowa, USA).
Their parents: Johann Konrad Waidelich (1828-1907), farmer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg); married 1853 to Christine Grosshans (1833-1909).

(12) 2 siblings:
Johann Georg Waidelich b 6 Apr 1869, d March 1962, married 20 Dec 1891 to Christine Waidelich in Carles City (see above), to Charles City + Chickasaw County (Iowa, USA), farmer.
Johann Martin (John) Waidelich b 22 May 1886, d Ionne Rock (Iowa, USA) 12.11.1910, married to Alma Rose Euchner, moved to Charles City, later Ireene (Iowa, USA), there farmer.
Their parents: Johann Georg (or Hansjoerg) Waidelich (1840-1916), farmer in Fuenfbronn (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg), moved 1913 to Altensteig; married 1866 to Catharine Barbara Bauer (1847-1922).

(13) Johann Waidelichb Fuenfbronn 30 June 1890, d 1928 (died when he tried to save his son out of the sea water), married to ? abt 1904; lived in or around New York, USA.
His parens: Johann Martin Waidelich (1858-1936), from Altensteig (district of Nagold, Wuerttemberg); married 1879 Johanna Roller (1854-1928).


I can give along a lot of informations on their ancestors.
You can also contact me via e-mail: Dietmar_Waidelich@eur.appliedbiosystems.com

Thanks - Dietmar Waidelich

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
WaidelDN 24 Jul 2001 10:42AM GMT 
jim559 7 Aug 2001 8:24PM GMT 
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