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Heynen family

Heynen family

Posted: 964290987000
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John Henry Heynen b. 3/13/1853, m. 1877 in St Joseph, Ohio to Magelena/Magdelena/Maria/Mary Buschus/Bushur/Buschur, had 8 children: Stephen,William, Edward, Lawrence, Frank, John, Anna, Catherine, in the Effingham, Siegel, Decatur area of Illinois.

Heynen-Bushur-Mehl links

Jack Hardesty (View posts)
Posted: 971075547000
My great-aunt Louise Mehl married Joseph Bushur-the brother of your Mary Madalena Bushur-Heynen. The Mehl's were supposed to be related to the Heynen's by some other link also. My Grandmother, Johanna Mehl, visited with Heynen cousins in Missouri. Her uncle John Mehl died while living with Heynen relatives in Missouri.

Re: Heynen family

Posted: 1054041822000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1054071231000
Surnames: Heyne, Barhorst
Do you know anything about your John Henry Heynen's siblings and parents?

I am looking for the parents of Josephina Heyne born 18 oct 1855 Cranberry Prairie, Mercer, OH and married Joseph Bernard Barhorst in 1877 Ft. Loramie, Shelby, OH. They had 2 children in Shelby county and then moved to the Carthagena, Mercer, OH area and had 12 more children. Somewhere I read that they moved to Carthagena because Josephine had relatives there and maybe even an inheritance (maybe some land). I have not been able to locate her family or any thing about her before she married. Could she be a neice to your John Henry?

Re: Heynen family

Posted: 1054258228000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1084331853000
John Henry Heynen, son of John Meinhard Heynen had 2 brothers, Henry F. Heynen and William H. Heynen. Since John was born in Germany in 1853, and I'm of the impression his 2 brothers were younger than he, I cant see Josephina being a neice. Maybe though, John Sr. came to Mercer county Ohio because he had relatives there already. So, she might not be a neice to John Henry Heynen but she could be a neice to John Meinhard Heynen. But the only thing I know about John Meinhard Heynen is that he was born in Spenrath, Rhein province,Germany on 19 Oct 1819, and died in Siegel, Shelby county, Illinois on 24 Feb 1907.

Re: Heynen family

Liz Schwieterman (View posts)
Posted: 1054391133000
Classification: Query
Thanks, I'll add this to my list of possible connections.

Re: Heynen family: Hayne 1860 Mclean twp., Shelby co., OH

Liz Schwieterman Whitley (View posts)
Posted: 1055168133000
Classification: Query
The Josephine (Josephene Heyne) that married Joseph Barhorst that I have not been able to locate is (I think... and want to verify) found in the 1860 census with possible parents Clement Hayne, age 27, born in Oldenberg, Germany, Dinah, age 29, also born in Oldenberg, children are listed as born in Ohio: Mary, age 10, in school, Josephine, age 6, in school, Charles, age 2, and Henry 6/12. Listed in the same household #442 is Chas Hayne, age 57, farmer, born in Oldenberg, Germany, real. val. 2,500.

The household before them is Godfrey Hayne, age 54, born in Oldenberg, Germany, Mary, age 41, born in Oldenberg, children: Henry, age 19; Mary, age 12, in school; Bernard, age 10, in school; Gerturde, age 9, in school; Caroline, age 7, in school; Catharine, age 4; Dinah, age 1.

These people might be the relatives you mentioned.

Does anyone have any other information about these families. I would like to prove that this is my Josephine born 18 oct 1855. I have listed that she was born in Cranberry Prairie, Mercer, Ohio. Married Joseph Bernard Barhorst in dec of 1877 in Fort Loramie, Shelby, Ohio and died 2 may 1933 in Carthagena, Mercer, Ohio.

Thank you.
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