Posts Tagged ‘Kwart’
1876 – Frederick Mogk was born 136 years ago in Detroit, Michigan. (husband of Charlotte Hoeninghausen, 2nd cousin 3x removed)
1881 – Lillian & Rose Rischert were born in Detroit, Michigan 131 years ago to Charles Rischert & Magdelina Raass. (1st cousin 4x removed)
1900 – August Orzel was born in Michigan 112 years ago. (husband of Mary Hallman, greataunt)
1922 – Harry Hallman was born in Michigan 90 years ago to Joseph Hallman & Dorothy Durecki. (1st cousin 2x removed)
1932 – Eliza Clark Garlick died 80 years ago in Lockport, Illinois. She was 81 years old. (wife of Thomas Garlick, 3rd great-granduncle)
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Name: Johann Kwart (Quart)
Birthday: about 1818
Relationship: married 1.) Eva Boyke, 9 children – 4 daughters living
2.) Rosalie Bolde, 6 children – 5 sons living
Hometown: Oslanin, Prussia
Immigration: 1876 aboard “Celtic”
Last Known Residence: Detroit, Michigan
Education: not able to read or write
Occupation: farmer in Prussia, laborer in Detroit
Church: St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan
Death: November 19, 1891 – age 73, meningitis
Cemetery: Mt. Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan – single grave
Relationship to Me: 3rd great-grandfather
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Anton Hallman was born in Prussia in 1834. He married Henrietta Elizabeth Kreft in 1870, and they had 3 children. Anton sailed to America in 1873, and at some point Henrietta followed shortly behind with their 3 children. She died in 1875 and is buried in an unmarked grave in the poor grounds of Mt. Elliott Cemetery in Detroit, Michigan. Two months later Anton married Katherine Kwart, also of Prussia, and they were married in St. Albertus Church in Detroit, Michigan. In 1880 he and his family showed up in Metz, Presque Isle, Michigan were he worked as a farmer and resided the rest of his life. Anton and Katherine had 6 more children. He is buried in the Old Metz Cemetery (aka St. Dominic Catholic Cemetery) in Metz, Presque Isle, Michigan.