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Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck of Tarnow

Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck of Tarnow

Paul Icenogle (View posts)
Posted: 940766400000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mundt, Ruthenbeck
We are looking for Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck who left Tarnow in the 1840's to 1860's
Posted: 969451200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993846244000
Surnames: Muchow, Mundt, Raasch, Scheper or Schaeper, Daaling or Daeling
My 4th great grandfather Johann Christoph Muchow from Goehren.Mecklenburg,Germany married a Catharina Sophia Raasch born about 1777 in Glaisin.Marriage was July 21,1797. Catharina Sophia`s parents were Hans Jochin Raasch and Maria Elisabeth Mundt. Later on there also is a Johann Christian Mundt as Witness to a christening iin 1807. There are alot more surnames in the family.Where did your family settle,Iowa or a nearby state. Any relation orif you have any information,please e-mail me.Karen Muchow
Posted: 990446400000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1021581431000
Do you have any information on the Claus Henry MUNDT family that was in Plymouth co., Iowa? He came to the US in 1871 at age 18. His parents were: Peter MUNDT and Anna LUTT. He md. Carolina Annie LAGE in 1883 in Plymouth Co., Iowa. Claus
was born in Schoenburg, Holstein, Saarland, Germany. Thanks.
Suzette Thompson

Re: Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck of Tarnow

Posted: 1006715097000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1013958537000
Four families all emigrated to my home area of SW MN in 1889 by way of IL and Germany.
Those families are:
They started the St John's German Lutheran Church. Rural Okabena, Jackson Co, MN

Re: Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck of Tarnow

Posted: 1214432394000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Baumgard, Ruthenbeck, Mundt
Hmmm - we're probably cousins. My grandmother is Louise Ruthenbeck Baumgard (Fritz Karl Ruthenbeck x Maria Mundt) who married Adolph Baumgart. They had 11 children, one of which was my mom, Meredith Baumgart, and a sister, Edith, who married Walter Sievert.

Re: MUNDT family

Posted: 1227476523000
Classification: Query
Yes! Claus Henry and Caroline were my husband's great grandparents. They moved from Remsen, Iowa and headed west to north central Idaho where they farmed on the Camas Prairie. Numerous family members are still living here in Grangeville and the surrounding area.

Re: Mundt and/or Ruthenbeck of Tarnow

Posted: 1317475579000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1317475831000
Surnames: Sievert Ahrens Mundt Ruthenbeck
Hi folks,

I found these handwritten Hamburg emigration travel records a couple months ago doing a free trial membership; I didn't know about the Ruthenbecks being in the group. The dates below are the dates that the ship(s) left Hamburg with the indicated passengers.

Sievert, Fried. #267 April 1873 Image 34/51 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "S".
Ahrens, Aug. April 1873 Image 5/7 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "A".
No Mundts at this time.

Sievert, Fritz. A/#834 Oct. 73. Image 48/51 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "S".
Sievert, illegible (Gosef?) Oct. 73. Image 48/51 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "S".
Mundt, Johan Oct. 73. Image 27/28 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "M".
Ahrens, Mathias #771 Oct. 73. Image 6/7 on the Hamburg handwritten passenger list "A".

Images are attached.

The Sieverts, Friedrich and wife Sophia Mundt came to the Okabena area from Illinois in 1890. It would be interesting to have the access to view the above records again and determine if there is a Ruthenbeck within either of the above groups. I wouldn't mind purchasing a single month's worth of access, however, Ancestry.Com runs its subscription service in the same manner as a porn site by stipulating a reoccurring monthly membership charge, with automatic billing. So hopefully, someone else will be able to make this connection.
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