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Dehlem

Posted: 13 Oct 1999 8:58AM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 2:12PM GMT
Looking for any info on Anna Catharina Dehlem who married Friederich Wolf in Germany in 1845. This Friederich may be my ggrandfather who migrated to the USA abt. 1851. They were married in Pfalz,Bayern. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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alain Dahlem (View posts)
Posted: 24 Oct 1999 2:35PM GMT
Hello,

I live in France, near Germany.
Look at this address : http://perso.wanadoo.fr/daniel.gering/idxw0.htm

I hope you find your ggmother.

Bye

Anna Catharina DAHLEM

Terry Mills (View posts)
Posted: 13 Aug 2000 7:34PM GMT
My DAHLEMS were mennonites that migrated from Germany to Illinois (mostly a little town called Summerfield, but some to the Chicago area) in the 1840's and 1850's. They came from a town south of Munich called Eichstock in Germany. The Mennonite library (in Kansas)has been helpful to me, and has the info on these families. I do recognize the names you have listed here, and although a quick search of my computer records turned up nothing, I know it is with the information I have yet to type in.

Illinois Dahlem

Stephanie Dahlem Pounds (View posts)
Posted: 18 Sep 2000 6:54PM GMT
Terry,

We are probably related. My g-grandfather emigrated from Niederwurzbach, Germany in the late 1880s. The charts that I have show that some of the relatives went to Illinois and some to Nebraska. My family went to Nebraska and eventually to Oklahoma where I grew up.

Have you seen the site below? It is about a Dahlem girl who grew up in Illinois.

Stephanie
http://www.chicagohistory.org/AOTM/Apr98/apr98fact2c.html

the Dahlems

Terry (View posts)
Posted: 18 Sep 2000 7:16PM GMT
Stephanie,
My great great Grandfather was David Dahlem, a decendant of mennonites who came over from Eischtock Germany in the 1850's and resided in Summerfield Ill.. He was a wagonmaker in Belleville Illinois (across the river from St. Louis MO) I would love to hear about your Dahlems. My e-mail address is small_feather@hotmail.com

Hello Alain!

Susan (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 2000 8:12PM GMT
Do you remember me? We corresponded for a little while...I had a computer crash and lost all my email addresses...glad to see you again!

Gerhard Dahlem and Susanna Weber

Posted: 28 Dec 2000 9:57AM GMT
Edited: 7 Jul 2001 3:18PM GMT
I am desc. from John Weber and Maria Ruth Weber. They were mennonites too. Maria Ruth is buried at Summerfield, St. Claire Co., ILL.
They had many children. Two of them being:
William Daniel who married twice. Once to Mary Leuke or Wendling of which I am desc.

Susanna Weber another child of Johann and Maria married Gerhard Dahlem. They lived in Aux Sable, Ill in 1860. Census very hard to read.
Gerhard is the son of John and Kate (Ruth) Dahlem. Gerhard b.July 16, 1832 in Bavaria.
My Webers are from Eichstock. I think Dahlems are too. The dahlems and Webers came to America in 1852 settling in Lee Co. Iowa. In 1855 Gerhard moved to Aux Sable Twp, Grundy Co. Ill. Susanna and Gerhard married in 1854. Susanna died aug. 13, 1862. Leaving on child Jacob J. Susanna is buried at the Willard Grove Cemetery as well as Gerhard and his second wife and many other Dahlems. Gerhards second wife Mary Stauffer. Dau. of Jacob and Catherine Stauffer. Gerhard and Mary had 4 children: Adam, Daniel, Katie, and Mary.
Gerhard died March 25, 1884. He is a civil war veteran of the 4th Ill. Cavalry.
I have been to the Willard Grove cemetery and the Summerfield cemetery. I live in Madison, WI. I would like to see what information you have.

Dahlems

Terry Mills (View posts)
Posted: 28 Dec 2000 10:19AM GMT
somewhere I have a copy of a book of the the records (from the mennonite church, I think)from the town of Eischtock, they are in OLD german and not too easy to read, but you can still make out the births, marriages, and deaths.. The Webbers and the Dahlems are both listed there. Also I have some records from the Mennonite archives in Kansas, AND somewhere I have a large family tree that has Dahlem and Webber branches on it... I haven't been able to find that for a while. I have also been to the cemetery in Summerfield, my Great-grandparents are burried there

Re: the Dahlems-David Dahlem

Posted: 26 Jul 2001 7:17AM GMT
Edited: 1 Feb 2002 7:12AM GMT
Surnames: Dahlem, Schuermann, Mueller,
Was your David Dahlem killed in the Civil War? I have notation of this in one of my family trees.
Nita Pearce
cogram11@worldnet.att.net

Re: Dahlems

Barbara (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jul 2001 12:23PM GMT
Do you have the name of Wolf(f) in your records associated with the Dahlems?
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