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Michaeles Boehm/Anna Margaret Boehm St. Louis, MO

Michaeles Boehm/Anna Margaret Boehm St. Louis, MO

Peggy Berry (View posts)
Posted: 947528037000
I am looking for information on Anna Margaret Boehm born in 1833 married John Weidinger, Sr. in St. Louis, MO 1855. Her parents names were Michaeles Boehm and Elizabeth Preisinger. Any help would be appreciated. Have a lot of Boehm's in St. Louis unable to match up.

Boehm's in Wisconsin

Posted: 952409807000
Edited: 1040098113000
My gggrandmother was Catharina Boehm.
(November 01, 1841-December 03, 1918). She
was Catholic. Married George Ott.
Katharina Boehm was born November 1, 1841
in Bavaria, Germany--on her death certificate
her father is listed as Thomas Bolker--she
married George Ott and they lived in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin..She died
December 3, 1918--anyone related to this

One of Catharina's daughters was Anne Ott,
she married a George Ott in Milwaukee, WI.
I have an old autograph book of hers which
lists a "Rosie Boehm" as a cousin...
I am also researching the following related
German/Prussian/Baverian/Luxembourg names:
Becker, Bittner, Boehm, Bolker, Hoppe,
Klienschmidt, Kraus, Linger, Meerschaert,
Michels, Ott, Schottler, Schramm,
Shubert, Tiegs, Wendte;
and the following Polish-German names:
Czyaplewski, Garski, Geyso, Hilkoske (Hills),
Jurska, Kujath, Lazinski, Nowak,
Rogowski (Rogers), Visniskie, Wisniewski
(Wise) and Witkowski. Please contact me if
you have any related families.
Thank you,


Posted: 974273766000
Edited: 998492904000
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Thank you

Re: Michaeles Boehm/Anna Margaret Boehm St. Louis, MO

Andrea Daroca (View posts)
Posted: 1055090237000
Classification: Query
I'm looking for a Peter Boehm born in St Louis MO in 1842. I can't find is birth record or the Catholic Church where he was christened....

Re: Boehm and Ott families in Wisconsin

Posted: 1368362911000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ott Boehm Böhm
Katherine Ott's (née Boehm) death notices were published in Milwaukee's German newspapers and possibly in the English language papers too (they're not necessarily the same). There are 260+ Ott and 175+ Boehm / Böhm entries in the growing data file.

"Milwaukee's German Newspapers; an index of death notices and related items" (1844-1950).
Gary Rebholz, compiler/editor
Milwaukee Wis.
Indexing Milwaukee's German newspapers continuously since 2007... helping family researchers collect evidence of our historic German-American culture.
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