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Bruce Rautmann (View posts)
Posted: 9 Jul 2000 1:23PM GMT
The Heuers that I am researching came from the towns of Brochdorf, Neunkirchen and Rothenburg, Hanover. These towns are directly east of Bremen and are within 25 miles of one another. Most of the Heuers that I have found had left between 1845 and 1860 and settled in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. There were siblings mentioned in many of the records, but no dates or names.


Carol Ann Heuer Farwell (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jul 2000 2:13PM GMT
Hi, My Dad, Ernest Frederick Heuer, 1903-1990 said his father, Johann, came from Hanover, Germany. I have a photo of Johann (not sure of the spelling) and his three brothers. Thanks. Carol


Posted: 20 Jul 2000 11:33PM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 3:49AM GMT
I have an Ernest Heuer probably born around 1880 married to Augusta Adams in Frazee, MN. Five of their seven children were Paulina Johanna (1903), Bruno Emil (1904), Elder Helmut (1906), Dora Mathilda (1908), and Hilda Maria (1914). The family moved to Estevan Saskatchewan, Canada in the early 1900's. I have a large quantity of information about Augusta's family if I can find descendents of the Heuers. Wendy Adams


Posted: 18 Jul 2001 3:21AM GMT
Edited: 29 May 2002 5:45AM GMT
My Heuers are from the Milwaukee area so I don't think we match. However, have you visited the website called They come from the Sheboygan area.


Carl Keels (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jul 2001 4:18AM GMT
Surnames: Heuer, Kossack, Reker
Hi - My GG Grandfather was Frederick Heuer , he was born on October 21, 1821 in Hanover, Germany. I am not sure when he came to US. He was married in Bensonville, IL to Mena Reker - Mena died in llinois in 1858. Not sure when Frederick died. My G Grandmother was Mina Heuer and she married Carl Wilhelm Kossack in 1877 in Addison, IL Carl Wilhelm Kossack was born in Schleswig, Holstein Germany on March 21, 1852. and died on May 30, 1915 in Chicago.
If anyone knows when my GG grandfather died (Frederick Heuer or when he came to US) please reply. Thanks CArl Keels


Posted: 27 Jul 2001 4:51AM GMT
Edited: 29 May 2002 5:45AM GMT
I don't think our Friedrich Heuer's are the same. My Friedrich Ludwig Heuer was married to Henrietta (nee?) who died in Germany. He did not come to the US until around 1880. He was born sometime in January 1816 and died in Milwaukee, WI on 17 Oct 1896.
Posted: 3 Jul 2002 1:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Carol I would love to see the picture of Johan Heuer you have .
My Heuer family came from Germany around 1836 and lived in Cincinnati for some years then moved to Pitsburg PA . Alghaney co .
In the late 1890s they moved to Sanfrancisco, California to help rebuild after the quake, from there they moved to the states of Washington and Oregon.
I have one great aunt still living in Portland, Oregon she is 91years old .

My Heuer family

Posted: 8 Jul 2008 1:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HEUER
Paul, do you have contact with Betty Asche? I found this letter of her and she has a family tree with all the Heuer I am looking for, John, Elizabeth, Frank, Margret, Mary, Andrew. I would like to contact her, but I don’t know her email.
Christiana Bosemeyer Bissendorf, Germany.

Betty contact me
Paul Bruggenschmidt
Louisville, KY


Posted: 31 Jan 2011 11:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
My grandfather Emil Heuer is a brother of Ernest Heuer. I would like any information you can provide about the Canadian part of the family. I would gladly supply anything about the families in South Dakota. My son and I installed a grave marker for Ernest's father (my great grandfather) in Evergreen Cemetery near Frazee.


Posted: 17 Mar 2011 6:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Mar 2011 6:49PM GMT
I have a Heuer in my family, she was my great grandmother. her name was Kathrine, but also spelled Cathrine, she married Hans George Seirk. both born in germany. The marrige record I found had her name as Hener but I am 100% sure that this is Heuer (how it is spelled on documents after the marrige).
her Fathers name was Johann Hener (on the document again should have said Heuer) and his wifes name was margareta jeigeono. Jonhann might have been a missionarie to south america or something at some time. Cathrine would have been born around 1875 in germany.
Cathrine got married Oct 1902 they were in McLean Ill by the time of the census in 1900, 1910, 1920...
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