Tiefenbach Family
Russia to Germany to
Berrien Co., Michigan


Contributed by: William Brackett
brackettwilliam@yahoo.com

   

Karl Hauch married Marie Tiefenbacker on 02 Oct 1859 in the Zitomir Parish of Volhynia, Russia.  The marriage was most likely in Friederichsdorf also known as Solomka.  The Tiefenbacker name is seen in the transcribed in Volhynia records as Diefenbacker, Tiefenbacker and Tiefenbach.  Marie is possibly the daughter of Michael and Wilhelmine (Höppner) Tiefenbach of Solomka.  According to a native German Tiefenbach is High German and Diefenbach is Low German and are the same name. The name means “deep stream” or perhaps “a stream that runs through a deep valley”.  They say Tiefenbacker means “from Tiefenbach”.  Perhaps this name originates from someone who lived near such a place.  There are no less than ten places named Tiefenbach in Germany according to http://www.mapquest.com/

Karl and Marie (Tiefenbacker) Hauch had at least five children and probably more:

1. Wilhelmine Christine Hauch b. 17 Dec 1863 in Solomka, Rowno Parish, Volhynia, Russia, she married John Gittersonke on 03 Oct 1885 in Zhiomir Parish, Volhynia, Russia and she died 20 Feb 1938 in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

2. Friederich Hauch b. 26 Mar 1869 in Solomka, Rowno Parish, Volhynia, Russia.

3. Rosina Anna Hauch b. 07 Nov 1871 in Solomka, Rowno Parish, Volhnia, Russia, she married Julius Fuhrman on 12 Feb 1894 and she died on 14 Nov 1952 in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

4. Wilhelm Julius Carl Hauch b. 25 Dec 1876 in Solomka, Rowno Parish, Volhynia, Russia and he died 15 May 1937 in Watervliet Township, Berrien County, Michigan.

5. Johann Martin Hauch b. 19 Apr 1880 in Solomka, Rowno Parish, Volhynia, Russia and he died on 02 August 1917 in Weesaw Township of Berrien County, Michigan.

The Karl Hauch family left the area of Solomka in 1905 for America. Solomka was just north of Rovno in this parish of Tutschin, which was then in Russia but today is in the Ukraine. Karl is also seen in records as Carl.

On April 14, 1905 the passenger ship S.S. Patricia sailed from Hamburg, Germany. The ship arrived in New York on April 28, 1905. On this ship were:


Johann Hauch 25 years of age

his wife

Ottilie Hauch 19 years of age

their son

Wilhelm Hauch 2 months of age


and

 

Carl Hauch 60 years of age (Johann's father)

and his wife

Marie Hauch 58 years of age


They had left Solomka, Volhynia, Russia and were headed for Benton Harbor, Michigan. Solomka is 186 miles west of Kiev and just north of Rovno in present day Ukraine. It is listed as a minor village, too small to appear on world maps. Volhynia was a part of Russia that became part of the Ukraine. This area of Russia was once part of Poland and had been occupied by Russia since 1793. Germans had been invited to settle in Russia as early as 1780 by Catherine the Great. Catherine was German herself. She was born in Prussia.

On the ship’s manifest, Johann (John) Hauch is listed as a laborer and so is Carl Hauch. The family story is that Carl Hauch did not like it here and stayed long enough to "buy a warm winter coat" and then returned to Germany. It is believed his wife, Marie (Tiefenbach) Hauch, must have returned also. Karl must have also earned enough for passage on the return train to New York and the ship back for himself and his wife. At this time Germans were fleeing Russia to avoid persecution and it is not likely that he went back to Volhynia. Catherine the Great had promised the German immigrants to Russia that they could retain their German language and ways. Later Czars began to require them to speak the Russian language and began making service in the military mandatory. The family story is that Johann's wife Ottilie had worked as a domestic for some Russian soldiers and would chase their dog around with a broom. The Russian soldiers could not figure out why the dog always wanted to go outside. Russia had a war going with Japan in 1904 and was not doing well so they began carting off the German men to fight. The story is that Ottilie had to cover Wilhelm's (William's) mouth as they escaped to prevent the Russians from hearing the baby cry. If caught by the Russians and even some Germans they would have been forced to return.

The earliest Tiefenbach I have located in Berrien County, Michigan was a Ferdinand Tiefenbach. According to Eveline Tiefenbach, “Ferdinand Tiefenbach was born 25 Nov 1854 in Friedrichsdorf aka Salomka Krs. Rowno, Volhynia Russia, and died 14 Jul 1901 in Michigan, USA. He married Henrietta Klinger 04 Oct 1873 in Zhitomir, Volhynia, Russia, daughter of Gottlieb Klinger. Henrietta was born 27 Jun 1854 in Friedrichsdorf aka Salomka Krs. Rowno, Volhynia, Russia, and died 25 Jan 1933 in Bridgman, Berrien County, Michigan.” According to Eveline Tiefenbach their children were:


Katharina Tiefenbach, b. 27 Feb 1877; d. 24 Sep 1966.

Wilhelm Ferdinand Tiefenbach, b. 08 Sep 1879, Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia; d. Dec 1969,

Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

Anna Tiefenbach, b. 01 Sep 1881, Berestowiec, Kostopil, Rivne, Russian Empire (Ukraine); d.

05 Mai 1948, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

Mathilda Tiefenbach, b. 11 Jul 1884, Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia; d. Feb 1985, Galien,

Berrien, Michigan, USA.

August Tiefenbach, b. 15 Jun 1889, Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia; d. 1949, Iowa, USA.

Amile Tiefenbach, b. 03 Mai 1898, Rowno, Wohlynien, Russia; d. 22 Mrz 1916, Lake Berrien,

Michigan.”


On February 18, 1900 aboard the ship Munchen was:


Henrietta Tiefenbach, age 45, from Rowno, Russia with children, August, age 9, Emile, age 2, Mathilde, age 15 and Wilhelm, age 20. They were headed for Benton Harbor, Michigan. They sailed from Bremen, Germany and were joining “F. Tiefenbach Berrien County”. Their port of arrival was Baltimore, Maryland. This record indicates that Henrietta was going to join her “husband” and the children were joining their “father”. This “F. Tiefenbach” was Ferdinand Tiefenbach.


Eveline indicates that Michael Tiefenbach was the son of an unknown Tiefenbach who was from Baden, Württemberg, Germany. Christoph Tiefnebach was born in Baden and married Caroline Rode. Christpoh was a brother of Michael Tiefenbach, who was Marie (Tiefenbach) Hauch’s father. Christoph was also the father of the Ferdinand Tiefenbach who came to Berrien County, Michigan.


The 1900 census of Lincoln Township of Berrien County includes:


Ferdinand Tiefenbach age 45 born in Dec of 1854 in Russia

Henrietta Tiefenbach age 45 born in Jun of 1854 in Russia

Catherine Tiefenbach age 22 born in Mar of 1878 in Russia

Annie Tiefenbach age 18 born in Sep of 1881 in Russia

Mathilda Tiefenbach age 15 born in Jun of 1884 in Russia

August Tiefenbach age 9 born in Jun of 1890 in Russia

Ameilia Tiefenbach age 3 born in Mar of 1897 in Russia


The 1910 census of Benton Harbor,


William F. Tiefenbach age 29 born in Russia

Minnie Tiefenbach age 40 born in Russia

Julius J. Tiefenbach age 8 born in Michigan

Elsie C. Tiefenbach age 5 born in Michigan

Liddy A. Tiefenbach age 1 year 3 months born in Michigan


The 1920 census in Lincoln Township,


William Tiefenbach age 40 born in Russia

Minnie Tiefenbach age 49 born in Russia

Julius J. Tiefenbach age 17 born in Michigan

Elsie Tiefenbach age 14 born in Michigan

Lydia Tiefenbach age 12 born in Michigan

Emil Tiefenbach age 9 born in Michigan

Charles Tiefenbach age 7 years born in Michigan

Edward Tiefenbach age 3 years 10 months


The 1920 census of Lake Township,


Fred Tiefenbach age 50 born in Russia

Augusta Tiefenbach age 46 born in Russia

John Tiefenbach age 19 born in Canada

William Tiefenbach age 14 born in Canada

Fred Tiefenbach age 13 born in Canada

Ferdinand Tiefenbach age 10 born in Canada

August Tiefenbach age 7 born in Canada

Edward Tiefenbach age 6 born in Michigan


Note: This census gives the Fred Tiefenbach family’s year of immigration as 1912.


And in the 1920 census living with the Charles and Henrietta Loruff family was:


Leonard Tiefenbach age 5 born in Michigan. He is listed as their grandson.


Note: This was Henrietta (Klinger) who married 1st to Ferdinand Tiefenbach and 2nd to Charles Loraff. Leonard was her grandson by her son August Tiefenbach and his wife Caroline (Dzick) Tiefenbach.


The 1930 census in Lincoln Township,


William Tiefenbach age 50 born in Russia

Minnie Tiefenbach age 60 born in Russia

Edward Tiefenbach age 13 born in Michigan


Eveline Tiefenbach indicates that: “Wilhelm Ferdinand Tiefenbach was born 08 Sep 1879 in Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia, and died Dez 1969 in Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA. He married Wilhelmine Witt 16 Feb 1901 in Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA, daughter of August Witt and Wilhelmine Borgward. She was born 12 Nov 1870 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 27 Nov 1954 in Weesaw, Berrien, Michigan, USA.” According to Eveline their children were:


Julius Tiefenbach, b. 07 Mrz 1902, Michigan, USA; d. 03 Nov 1988, Chicago, Cook, Illinois,

USA.

Elsi Tiefenbach, b. 1906, Michigan, USA.

Lydia Tiefenbach, b. 1908, Michigan, USA.

Emill Tiefenbach, b. 1911, Michigan, USA.

Charles Karl Martin Tiefenbach, b. 29 Mai 1912, Michigan, USA; d. 06 Aug 1992, St. Joseph,

Berrien, Michigan, USA.

Arthur August Tiefenbach, b. 25 Jul 1914, Michigan, USA; d. 12 Aug 1914, Lake Berrien,

Michigan.

Edward A. Tiefenbach, b. 07 Jan 1917, Lincoln, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 06 Dez 2005,

Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA.”


William and Minnie Tiefenbach are buried in the Lincoln Township Cemetery near Stevensville.

The cemetery records give William’s date of birth as 18 Oct 1879 and his death date as 28 Dec

1969. These records give Minnies’ birthdate as 12 Nov 1870 and her death date as 27 Nov

1954.


Buried in the Hickory Bluff Cemetery in Lincoln Township are:

Charles M. Tiefenbach

Leonard Carl Tiefenbach

Lydia Tiefenbach

David Leonard Tiefenbach

Douglas Allen Tiefenbach


Buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Lake Township are:

Amelia Tiefenbach

Augusta Tiefenbach

Geraldine Tiefenbach

Dorothy Tiefenbach

Lester Tiefenbach

Lydia Louise Tiefenbach

Fred Tiefenbach Sr.

Augusta Tiefenbach

Fred Tiefenbach Jr.

John Hermann Tiefenbach


Buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Royalton Township are:

Ada P. Tiefenbach

August Tiefenbach

Crestelda Tiefenbach

Edward A. Tiefenbach


Buried in Crystal Springs Cemetery in Benton Harbor are:

Ferdinand Tiefenbach

Robert Tiefenbach


Tiefenbach Obituaries found in the Benton Harbor newspapers:


Minnie (Witt) Tiefenbach’s obituary was carried in the News Palladium on 29 Nov 1954 and it reads: “Mrs. William Tiefenbach Glendora, Nov. 29-Mras. William (Minnie Witt) Tiefenbach, 84, of Glendora, died Saturday at 7:45 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emil Rokau, in Glendora. She had suffered a lingering illness for the past three years. Mrs. Tiefenbach was born in Russia Nov. 12, 1870. She came to this community to make her home in 1894. She married to Mr. Tiefenbach, Jan. 14, 1901. Surviving besides her husband and daughter, Mrs. Rokau, are another daughter, Mrs. Frank Priebe, of Derby; four sons, Julius, of Chicago; Emil, of Three Oaks; Charles, of St. Joseph, and Edward, of New Troy; a brother, William Witt, of Bridgman; two sister, Mrs. Tena Nickel and Mrs. Alvina Dehiring, both of Benton Harbor. She also leaves six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren . The body is at the Kerlikowske funeral home, St. Jospeh, where friends may call until 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. It will then be taken to the Trinity Lutheran church, Glendora; where the Rev. V. J. Zuberbier, pastor of the church, will conduct funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Stevensville cemetery.”

William Tiefenbach’s obituary was carried in the News Palladium on 29 Dec 1969 and it reads: “William Tiefenbach, 89, route 1, Sawyer, died at 9:15 p.m. yesterday in the Shoreham Terrace nursing home. Mr. Tiefenbach, a retired farmer, was born in Russia, Oct. 18, 1880, and had resided in this area for the past 69 years coming from Russia. His wife, the former Minnie Witt, preceded him in death Nov. 27, 1954. Survivors three sons, Julius, of Chicago, Charles, of Berrien Springs, and Edward, of Buchanan; two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Elsie) Priebe of Stevensville and Mrs. Emil (Lydia) Rockau of Buchanan; a sister, Mrs. Matilda Pufall of Buchanan; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. A son Emil, preceded him in death Nov, 29. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Kerlikowske and Starks funeral home. The Rev. H. V. Bucholz, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, Glendora, will officiate. Burial will follow in Stevensville cemetery.”

Lydia (Rock) Tiefenbach’s obituary was carried in the News Palladium on 17 Jan 1968 and it reads: “Mrs. Lydia Tiefenbach Bridgman-Lydia L. Tiefenbach, 57, of 1004 Wayne street, St. Joseph, died Monday at 11:45 p.m. in the Berrien county hospital, Berrien Center, where she had been a patient for two weeks. Mrs. Tiefenbach was born March 1, 1910, in Germany. She came to this country at the age of one year and had resided in the area for the past 56 years. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Jo Ann Wenger, of St. Joseph; a brother, Henry Rock, of Bridgman, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Boyd funeral home in Bridgman. Dr. Herbert Webber, pastor of the Olivet Congregational church of Bridgman, will officiate. Burial will be in the Greenwood cemetery, Bridgman. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.”

The Obituary for John H. Tiefenbach was carried in the News Palladium on 17 Jul 1973 and it reads: “John Tiefenbach Bridgman-John H. Tiefenbach, 72, of Monogram Hotel, Bridgman, died at 12:15 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph Memorial hospital, following an illness of four days. He was born Aug 3, 1900 in Winnipeg, Canada. Mr. Tiefenbach had resided in Bridgman 60 years, coming from Canada and was retired from Casting Service Company, Bridgman. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran church, Bridgman. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Jo Ann White of Benton Harbor; four brothers, august of St. Joseph, Ferd of Pontiac, Mich., Edward of Lakeland, Fla., and Carl of California and a sister, Mrs. Rose Schultz of Benton Harbor. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Boyd funeral home, Bridgman. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery, Bridgman. Friends a may call at the funeral home after 7 this evening.”

An obituary for Charles Tiefenbach was carried in the Herald Palladium on 09 Aug 1992 and it reads: “Charles Tiefenbach Charles M. Tiefenbach, 80, of Lake Pine Drive, St. Joseph, formerly of Berrien Springs, died Thursday at Mercy Memorial Medical Center, St. Joseph. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Trinity Lutheran Church, St. Joseph, of which he was a member. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Kerley & Starks Funeral Home, St Joseph. Burial will be in Hickory Bluff Cemetery, Lincoln Township. Memorials may be made to the Charles Tiefenbach Memorial Scholarship Fund. Mr. Tiefenbach was born May 29, 1912, in St. Joseph Township. He retired in 1974, after 18 years as sergeant in the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department. He was a member of the Niles F.O.P. Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs. Beverly Brown of Libby, Mont.; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Edward of Buchanan; a sister, Mrs. Elsie Priebe of Stevensville; and a longtime friend, Letha Freehling of St. Joseph.”

An obituary for Ada (Loewen) Tiefenbach was carried in the Herald Palladium on 06 Mar 1987 and it reads: “Ada Tiefenbach New Troy-Mrs. Edward (Ada) Tiefenbach, 66, of Glendora Road, New Troy, died early today at Mercy Hospital Division, Benton harbor. The funeral will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Kerley & Starks Funeral Home, St. Joseph, where friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, St. Joseph. Mrs. Tiefenbach was born May 18, 1920, in Saskatchewan, Canada. She was a member of Fairplain Presbyterian Church. In addition to her husband, survivors include: a daughter, Mrs. William (Kathy) Groves of St. Joseph; two sisters-Mrs. Alice Antes of Coloma and Mrs. Leonard (Edna) Polfus of St. Joseph; and two brothers-Arthur Loewen of Davenport, Iowa, and Jack Loewen of Benton Harbor.”

Edward A. Tiefenbach, 88, of New Troy, passed away Tuesday, December 06, 2005 at Lakeland Specialty Hospital in Berrien Center. A Celebration of Life Eternal will be held at 10:00 A.M. Saturday at Kerley-Starks & Menchinger Family Funeral Home, 2650 Niles Rd., St. Joseph with Rev. Gerald Schroer officiating. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery in St. Joseph with graveside military rites conducted by the American Legion Weechick Post #518 of New Troy. Friends may call from 5-8 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Stevensville. Those wishing to share a memory or sign the guest book online may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com. Mr. Tiefenbach was born January 7, 1917 in Lincoln Township to William & Minnie (Witt) Tiefenbach. He attended Evans School, and graduated 8th grade at St. Paul's Lutheran School before joining his father on the farm. Ed attended St. Paul's Lutheran Church and was confirmed there in 1931. Ed served his country in the Army Air Force during WWII attaining the rank of Sergeant. On December 4, 1948, he married the former Ada Loewen in Glendora, Michigan. Ed and his family operated a 150 acre fruit farm in New Troy for many years as well as his full time employment at Whirlpool, from which he retired in 1981 after 41 years. Ed was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the Whirlpool Oldtimers, and a life member of American Legion Weechick Post #518 of New Troy. He was an avid fisherman, spending many an hour fishing Hickory Creek or on the North Pier fishing for perch. His love of farming continued in his later years on a smaller scale with his vegetable and flower gardens. Ed also enjoyed hunting and bird watching. Ed is survived by his daughter Kathy (Bill) Groves of Berrien Springs; his grandson Jay Groves, and many nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Ada on March 6, 1987, by three brothers-Emil, Julius & Charles Tiefenbach, and by two sisters-Elsie Priebe & Lydia Rochau.

Posted by: Starks & Menchinger Family Funeral Home Dec 09, 2005

An obituary for Lydia (Krieger) Tiefenbach was carried in the Herald Palladium 0n 30 Jun 1994 and it reads: “Lydia Tiefenbach The funeral for Lydia (Krieger) Tiefenbach, 77, of Stevensville, who died Wednesday, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Stevensville United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Hickory Bluff Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Kerley & Starks Funeral Home, St. Joseph. Memorials may be made to the church or Southwestern Michigan Rose Society. Mrs. Tiefenbach was born Feb. 11, 1917, in Canada. She was a member of the Stevensville United Methodist Church, the Southwest Michigan Art Guild Association and Southwestern Michigan Rose Society. Survivors include: her husband, Leonard; two sons-David Tiefenbach and Douglas Tiefenbach , both of Stevensville; a daughter, Joy Tiefenbach of Benton Harbor; a brother, Richard Krieger of St. Joseph; two sisters-Martha Slanker of Fowlerville, Mich., and Ruth Trussell of Oregon; four grandchildren; and one great grandchild.”

An obituary for Leonard Carl Tiefenbach was carried in the Herald Palladium on 16 Feb 1998 and it reads: “Leonard Carl Tiefenbach, 83, of Stevensville died Feb 14, 1998, at Country Manor Care, Bridgman. Private family services will be held on Wednesday, Feb, 18, 1998. The Rev. Eugene Lewis of Stevensville United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Hickory Bluff Cemetery, Lincoln Township. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb 17, at Boyd Funeral Home, Bridgman. Memorials may be made to Stevensville United Methodist church, or to Country Manor Care, Bridgman. Mr. Tiefenbach was born Oct. 13, 1914, in Bridgman. He was a lifetime resident of Stevensville and formerly was employed as a foreman at Whirlpool Corp. He was a member of Stevensville United Methodist Church and a past member of Southern Michigan Rose Society. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Lydia Krieger, in 1994. Survivors include: a daughter, Joy, and her fiancé, Mike Hartman, of Paw Paw; sons-David (Jackie) Tiefenbach and Douglas (Bonnie) Tiefenbach, both of Stevensville; four grandchildren; and two great-grandsons; a sister, Frieda; and two brothers-Leo and Alfred.

According to Eveline Tiefenbach: The Tiefenbach family she has researched “came from Lindenzell, Bad Wüttemberg and so far it has been always Tiefenbach, in Vohlynia is when it changed to Tiefenbacher, or all other spellings, then back then the pristers spelled it the way they wanted too. Have done many research on these Tiefenbach and I could not believe what I found, all spellings, just glad I copied them all out back then and all match to my tree. The next research will be Elsas, that many of our Tiefenbach came from there too, but you know, have to work backwards.” The Marie Margaretha Tiefenbach in this file (4. 8. iii.) is believed to be the one who married Karl Hauch. Eveline’s extensive research file follows:


Descendants of TIEFENBACH



Generation No. 1


1. TIEFENBACH1

Children of TIEFENBACH are:

2. i. CHRISTOPH2 TIEFENBACHER, b. Baden Württemberg.

3. ii. JOHANN TIEFENBACHER, d. Wohlynien - Russia.

4. iii. MICHAEL TIEFENBACHER, b. Württemberger Hof, Schwäbisch Hall, Baden-Württemberg, Deutschland; d. 04 Mrz 1885, Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia.

5. iv. FRIEDRICH TIEFENBACHER, b. Abt. 1820.



Generation No. 2


2. CHRISTOPH2 TIEFENBACHER (TIEFENBACH1) was born in Baden Württemberg. He married (1) CAROLINE RODE. He married (2) CAROLINE RODE.

Children of CHRISTOPH TIEFENBACHER and CAROLINE RODE are:

i. LUDWIG3 TIEFENBACHER, d. 28 Aug 1852, Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for LUDWIG TIEFENBACHER:

age 1

Beerdigt: 30 Aug 1852 - Cemetary Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien-Russia von Pastor Adolf Seiffert


6. ii. FERDINAND TIEFENBACHER, b. 25 Nov 1854, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 14 Jul 1901, Michigan, USA.

iii. FLORIAN TIEFENBACHER, b. 14 Jan 1858.


Notes for FLORIAN TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Michael Tiefenbacher, Helene Reinkel, Friedrich Tiefenbacher und Elisabeth Berwoldt



3. JOHANN2 TIEFENBACHER (TIEFENBACH1) died in Wohlynien - Russia. He married ALBERTINE CAROLINE FRIEDERICKE KLOHN 21 Okt 1862 in Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia, daughter of JAKOB KLOHN and FREDERICKE KAMENSKY. She was born 04 Jul 1847 in Lindenbusch, Rummelberg, Pommern, Prussia, and died in Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for JOHANN TIEFENBACHER:

Zhitomir KB - Johann Diefenbacher eintrag

Children of JOHANN TIEFENBACHER and ALBERTINE KLOHN are:

i. FERDINAND LUDWIG3 TIEFENBACHER, b. 12 Jul 1866, Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for FERDINAND LUDWIG TIEFENBACHER:

Zhitomir KB - Mutter Albertine LÜTZKE

Paten: Karl Gertz und Julianne Raffke


ii. HEINRICH CHRISTOPH TIEFENBACHER, b. 28 Mai 1868, Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for HEINRICH CHRISTOPH TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Christoph Tiefenbacher und Wilhelmine Goschke


iii. AUGUST TIEFENBACHER, b. 25 Mai 1870, Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for AUGUST TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Wilhelm Rothenburger und Louise Rothenburger


iv. PAULINE ROSINE TIEFENBACHER, b. 04 Sep 1871, Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for PAULINE ROSINE TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Ludwig Otto und Anna Tiefenbacher


v. BERTHA TIEFENBACHER, b. 01 Mrz 1879, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

vi. HULDA TIEFENBACHER, b. 18 Sep 1880, Marjanowka, (Marianka) Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for HULDA TIEFENBACHER:

Zhitomir KB - jahr 1882


7. vii. HERMANN ROBERT TIEFENBACH, b. 20 Sep 1881, Marjanowka, (Marianka) Wohlynien - Russia.

viii. WILHELM EDUARD TIEFENBACHER, b. Nov 1889; d. 21 Nov 1890, Wolitze, Wohlynien - Russia.



4. MICHAEL2 TIEFENBACHER (TIEFENBACH1) was born in Württemberger Hof, Schwäbisch Hall, Baden-Württemberg, Deutschland, and died 04 Mrz 1885 in Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia. He married WILHEMINE HÖPPNER Okt 1843 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for MICHAEL TIEFENBACHER:

Landmann in Mariaovka, Horyn-Russia

Adresse: 22 Okt 1860 Marcelinhof Zhitomir (Maszsza)

Beerdigt am 6 Mar 1885

Children of MICHAEL TIEFENBACHER and WILHEMINE HÖPPNER are:

8. i. CHARLOTTE JOHANNA3 TIEFENBACHER.

ii. WILHELM TIEFENBACHER.

iii. MARIA MARGARETHA TIEFENBACHER, b. 1844, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for MARIA MARGARETHA TIEFENBACHER:

Auswanderung in die USA 12 Apr 1905 von Hamburg - Quellen: Ellis Island


iv. LUDWIG MARTIN TIEFENBACHER, b. 09 Nov 1845, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for LUDWIG MARTIN TIEFENBACHER:

~19 Nov 1845

Paten: Friedrich Tiefenbach, Hermann Boldt, Anna Schmalt und Henriette Höppner


9. v. WILHELMINE JOHANNA TIEFENBACHER, b. 11 Dez 1847, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.

10. vi. ROSINA TIEFENBACHER, b. Abt. 1850, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.

vii. CAROLINE TIEFENBACHER, b. 06 Sep 1861, Wulka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for CAROLINE TIEFENBACHER:

~ 24 Okt 1861

Paten: Karl Otto, Wilhelmine Klohn, Karl Litz und Eva Höppner


viii. FERINAND TIEFENBACHER, b. 1865, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 01 Mrz 1866, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for FERINAND TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: August Otto und Tiefenbacher


ix. CHRISTINA BERTHA TIEFENBACHER, b. 18 Sep 1867, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for CHRISTINA BERTHA TIEFENBACHER:

~29 Sep 1868

Paten: Christine Tiefenbacher und August Otto



5. FRIEDRICH2 TIEFENBACHER (TIEFENBACH1) was born Abt. 1820. He married JULIANNE SAAK.

Children of FRIEDRICH TIEFENBACHER and JULIANNE SAAK are:

11. i. FRIEDRICH3 TIEFENBACHER, b. 24 Sep 1841, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 10 Okt 1922, Niverville, Manitoba, Canada.

ii. WILHELMINE CHRISTINE TIEFENBACHER, b. Nov 1850, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 04 Mai 1853, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for WILHELMINE CHRISTINE TIEFENBACHER:

age 3


12. iii. FREDERICKE TIEFENBACHER, b. 1852, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.

iv. KAROLINE TIEFENBACHER, b. 28 Aug 1864, Nowoja Kotowskaja; Nowaja, Semlja.

v. FERDINAND TIEFENBACHER, b. 03 Nov 1867, Terespol, Rowno.


Notes for FERDINAND TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Fredericke Hauch und Andreas Weidner


vi. JACOB TIEFENBACHER, b. 08 Jan 1870, Terespol, Rowno.


Notes for JACOB TIEFENBACHER:

~10 Jan 1870

Paten: Samuel Wagner unf Frediricke Hauch



Generation No. 3


6. FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER (CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 25 Nov 1854 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 14 Jul 1901 in Michigan, USA. He married HENRIETTE KLINGER 04 Okt 1873 in Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia, daughter of GOTTLIEB KLINGER. She was born 27 Jun 1854 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 25 Jan 1933 in Bridgman, Berrien, Michigan, USA.


Notes for FERDINAND TIEFENBACHER:

Konfirmation 1869 in Nowaja Semlja/Nowaja Shitomir Kotowskaja

Auswanderung in USA 1899

Volkählung: 1900 Lincoln Berrien, Michigan


Notes for HENRIETTE KLINGER:

Konfirmation: 1869 in Nowaja Semlja/Nowaja Kotowkkaja

Death reason: Carcinomia of Liver

Auswanderung: 4 Feb 1900 in Bremen, Germany

Einwanderung: 28 Feb 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Adresse: 28 Feb 1900 in Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA (Ehemann- Ferdinand Tiefenbach)

Children of FERDINAND TIEFENBACHER and HENRIETTE KLINGER are:

13. i. KATHARINA4 TIEFENBACH, b. 27 Feb 1877; d. 24 Sep 1966.

14. ii. WILHELM FERDINAND TIEFENBACH, b. 08 Sep 1879, Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia; d. Dez 1969, Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

15. iii. ANNA TIEFENBACH, b. 01 Sep 1881, Berestowiec, Kostopil, Rivne, Russian Empire (Ukraine); d. 05 Mai 1948, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

16. iv. MATHILDA TIEFENBACH, b. 11 Jul 1884, Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia; d. Feb 1985, Galien, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

17. v. AUGUST TIEFENBACH, b. 15 Jun 1889, Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia; d. 1949, Iowa, USA.

vi. AMILIE TIEFENBACH, b. 03 Mai 1898, Rowno, Wohlynien, Russia; d. 22 Mrz 1916, Lake Berrien, Michigan.



7. HERMANN ROBERT3 TIEFENBACH (JOHANN2 TIEFENBACHER, TIEFENBACH1) was born 20 Sep 1881 in Marjanowka, (Marianka) Wohlynien - Russia. He married PAULINE RICHERT RICHTER 1917 in Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia, daughter of ANDREAS RICHTER and HOFF. She was born 13 Sep 1896 in Rowno, Wohlynien, Russia.


Notes for HERMANN ROBERT TIEFENBACH:

Paten- Gustav Hildebrandt und Anna Gerz geb. Tiefenbach


Auswanderung: 1939 in Rowno, Wohlynien, Russia

Einwanderung: 1939 in Posen, Tilsiter Str. (Schule), Frau Pauline Tiefenbach im Krankenhaus

Einbürgerungsantrag: 12 Dez 1939

Einbürgerungs Urkunde: Posen 12 Dez 1939

Ausgehändigt: 13 Dez 1939

Name der Eingebürgerten: Hermann Robert Tiefenbach, Pauline Richter, Wilhelm Tiefenbach

Letzte Wohnsitz: Kleindorf, Prozna, Kr. Ostrowo, Osiek (Gastingen und Neu Skaldin von Gefangenschaft in USA, Post nach Posen - von Wilhelm (Willi) Tiefenbach angegeben) Post nie angekommen

Zhitomir KB - Hulda Diefenbach eintag im jahr 1882

Children of HERMANN TIEFENBACH and PAULINE RICHTER are:

i. ANNA4 TIEFENBACH.

ii. MONIKA TIEFENBACH.

iii. PETER TIEFENBACH.

iv. ROBERT TIEFENBACH.

18. v. WILHELM (WILLI) TIEFENBACH, b. 25 Sep 1925, Rowno, Wohlynien, Russia; d. 02 Dez 1984, Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Deutschland.



8. CHARLOTTE JOHANNA3 TIEFENBACHER (MICHAEL2, TIEFENBACH1) She married GOTTLIEB GERTZ 12 Sep 1871 in Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia.

Children of CHARLOTTE TIEFENBACHER and GOTTLIEB GERTZ are:

i. PAULINE ROSINE4 GERTZ, b. 05 Okt 1872, Terepol, Grimma, Aleksandrja, Kr. Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for PAULINE ROSINE GERTZ:

~5 Okt 1872

Paten: Karl Hauk und Rosine Rothenberger


ii. ROSINA GERTZ, b. 17 Dez 1875, Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

iii. FRIEDRICH GERTZ, b. 02 Apr 1879, Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for FRIEDRICH GERTZ:

~5 Apr 1879

Paten: Albertine Pokrath und Wilhem Tiefenbach


iv. EMILIE GERTZ, b. 19 Jul 1881, Berestowiec, Kostopil, Rivne, Russian Empire (Ukraine).



9. WILHELMINE JOHANNA3 TIEFENBACHER (MICHAEL2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 11 Dez 1847 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia. She married ANDREAS ZIELKE, son of GOTTFRIED FRIEDRICH ZIELKE.


Notes for WILHELMINE JOHANNA TIEFENBACHER:

Paten: Friedrich Tiefenbach, Wilhelm Rothenberger, Johanna Mohr und Anna Christine Gans

Children of WILHELMINE TIEFENBACHER and ANDREAS ZIELKE are:

i. WILHEM GOTTLIEB4 ZIELKE, b. 30 Jun 1872, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.

ii. KAROLINE ZIELKE, b. 03 Mai 1874, Marianuwka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for KAROLINE ZIELKE:

~18 Mai 1874

Paten: Margaretha Schundelmeier und Georg Zielke


iii. GOTTLIEB ZIELKE, b. 24 Jun 1876, Marianuwka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for GOTTLIEB ZIELKE:

~24 Jun 1876

Paten: Heinrich Schmundelmeier und Julianne Krüger


iv. EMILIE ZIELKE, b. 26 Okt 1879, Marianuwka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for EMILIE ZIELKE:

~28 Okt 1879

Paten: Emilie Brand und Wilhelm Diefenbach



10. ROSINA3 TIEFENBACHER (MICHAEL2, TIEFENBACH1) was born Abt. 1850 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia. She married GOTTFRIED ROTHENBURGER, son of WILHELM ROTHENBURGER and MARGRET ISCHLER. He was born 02 Apr 1850 in Friedrichsdorf, Wohlynien - Russia.

Child of ROSINA TIEFENBACHER and GOTTFRIED ROTHENBURGER is:

i. KARL4 ROTHENBURGER, b. 07 Feb 1876, Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.



11. FRIEDRICH3 TIEFENBACHER (FRIEDRICH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 24 Sep 1841 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 10 Okt 1922 in Niverville, Manitoba, Canada. He married ROSINE ROSALIE HEMMINGER 10 Nov 1865 in Zhitomir, Wohlynien - Russia, daughter of GOTTLIEB HEMMINGER and CHRISTINE STEINWAND. She was born 24 Dez 1849 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 14 Sep 1918 in Niverville, Manitoba, Canada.


Notes for FRIEDRICH TIEFENBACHER:

Auswanderung: 1896 Manitoba, Canada

Volkzählung: 1900 Michigan

Children of FRIEDRICH TIEFENBACHER and ROSINE HEMMINGER are:

19. i. JOHANN FRIEDRICH4 TIEFENBACH, b. 02 Jul 1869, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 28 Dez 1927, Bridgman, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

ii. KARL CHRISTIAN TIEFENBACHER, b. 05 Mrz 1872, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 1890.

iii. JOHANN TIEFENBACHER, b. 07 Mai 1874, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for JOHANN TIEFENBACHER:

~15 Mai 1874

Paten: Rosalie Schultz und Konrad Moenchinger


20. iv. JOHANNA TIEFENBACHER, b. 16 Apr 1876, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 21 Mai 1941, Waldersee, Manitoba, Canada.

21. v. KAROLINE LOUISE TIEFENBACHER, b. 04 Sep 1878, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 23 Dez 1956, Waldersee, Manitoba, Canada.

vi. WILHELM HERMANN TIEFENBACHER, b. 18 Apr 1881, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 07 Mai 1897, Hochstadt, Manitoba, Canada.

22. vii. ROSINA CHRISTINA TIEFENBACHER, b. 22 Aug 1882; d. 01 Jun 1949, Bridgman, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

23. viii. AUGUST ANDREAS TIEFENBACH(ER), b. 29 Feb 1884, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 02 Mai 1952, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

ix. HEINRICH GOTTLIEB TIEFENBACHER, b. 28 Jun 1889, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia; d. 28 Feb 1968, Niverville, Manitoba, Canada.

x. FRED TIEFENBACHER, b. 1890, Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia.


Notes for FRED TIEFENBACHER:

Auswanderung: 1896



12. FREDERICKE3 TIEFENBACHER (FRIEDRICH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 1852 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia. She married AUGUST LUDWIG MILKE 21 Apr 1873 in Elisawethina, Roszisz, Wohlynien - Ukraine.

Children of FREDERICKE TIEFENBACHER and AUGUST MILKE are:

i. WILHELMINE4 MILKE, b. 03 Sep 1874, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for WILHELMINE MILKE:

~4 Sep 1874

Paten: Christine Kluge und Karl Milke


ii. PAULINE MILKE, b. 04 Jan 1876, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

iii. CHRISTINE MILKE, b. 04 Jun 1877, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

iv. AUGUST GOTTFRIED MILKE, b. 18 Sep 1878, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

24. v. ROSINE GOTTLIEBE MILKE, b. Jan 1880, Marjanowka, Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia; d. 02 Mrz 1963, Henderson, Caroline, Maryland, USA.

25. vi. FRED (FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD) MILKE, b. 15 Mrz 1882, Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia.

26. vii. AUGUSTE MILKE, b. 1884, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

viii. WILLIAM MILKE, b. 1886, Marjanowka, Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia.


Notes for WILLIAM MILKE:

Einwanderung: 1901

Volkzählung: 1910 in Philadelphia, 12 Ward, Philiadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


27. ix. SAMUEL MILKE, b. 16 Feb 1887, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

28. x. HEINRICH MILKE, b. 28 Jun 1890, Marjanowka, Wohlynien - Russia.

29. xi. MARTIN E. MILKE, b. 08 Mai 1892, Marjanowka, Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia; d. 1962, Pennsylvania, USA.



Generation No. 4


13. KATHARINA4 TIEFENBACH (FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER, CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 27 Feb 1877, and died 24 Sep 1966. She married GUSTAVE REINHOLD SCHULTZ 1897 in Russia, son of SAMUEL SCHULTZ and CAROLINE WITT. He was born 18 Okt 1876, and died 05 Jun 1935 in St.Joseph, Berrien, Michigan, USA.


Notes for KATHARINA TIEFENBACH:

~Feb 1877

Paten: Kar Klinger

Auswanderung: Bremen, Germany

Einwanderung: 22 Sep 1899 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA


Notes for GUSTAVE REINHOLD SCHULTZ:

Auswanderung: 17 Nov 1898 Bremen, Germany

Enwanderung: Nov 1898 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Volkszählung: 1920 in Lake Berrien, Michigan, USA

Adresse: Michigan, Bruder- Joseph August Schultz

Children of KATHARINA TIEFENBACH and GUSTAVE SCHULTZ are:

30. i. AUGUSTE5 SCHULTZ, b. 1898, Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia.

ii. CARL R. SCHULTZ, b. 1900, Michigan, USA.


Notes for CARL R. SCHULTZ:

Volkszählung: 1910 in Benton Harbor, Ward 3, Berrien, Michigan, USA


iii. HELEN H. SCHULTZ, b. 1904, Michigan, USA; m. FRED NEUBAUER, 04 Mrz 1922, Bridgman, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

iv. LYDIA SCHULTZ, b. 1907, Michigan, USA.



14. WILHELM FERDINAND4 TIEFENBACH (FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER, CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 08 Sep 1879 in Marianka, Wohlynien - Russia, and died Dez 1969 in Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA. He married WILHELMINE WITT 16 Feb 1901 in Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA, daughter of AUGUST WITT and WILHELMINE BORGWARD. She was born 12 Nov 1870 in Friedrichsdorf, (Salomka) Krs. Rowno, Wohlynien Russia, and died 27 Nov 1954 in Weesaw, Berrien, Michigan, USA.


Notes for WILHELM FERDINAND TIEFENBACH:

~9 Sep 1879

Paten: Wilhelm Tiefenbach und Fredericke Milke

Einwanderung: 1900 Baltimore, Maryland, USA


Notes for WILHELMINE WITT:

Einwanderung: 1896

Volkszählung: 1920 Lincoln, Berrien, Michigan, USA

Children of WILHELM TIEFENBACH and WILHELMINE WITT are:

i. JULIUS5 TIEFENBACH, b. 07 Mrz 1902, Michigan, USA; d. 03 Nov 1988, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.


Notes for JULIUS TIEFENBACH:

SSN issued: In Chicago, Cook, ILL, USA


ii. ELSI TIEFENBACH, b. 1906, Michigan, USA.

iii. LYDIA TIEFENBACH, b. 1908, Michigan, USA.

iv. SMILL TIEFENBACH, b. 1911, Michigan, USA.

31. v. CHARLES KARL MARTIN TIEFENBACH, b. 29 Mai 1912, Michigan, USA; d. 06 Aug 1992, St.Joseph, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

vi. ARTHUR AUGUST TIEFENBACH, b. 25 Jul 1914, Michigan, USA; d. 12 Aug 1914, Lake Berrien, Michigan.

32. vii. EDWARD A TIEFENBACH, b. 07 Jan 1917, Lincoln, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 06 Dez 2005, Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, USA.



15. ANNA4 TIEFENBACH (FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER, CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 01 Sep 1881 in Berestowiec, Kostopil, Rivne, Russian Empire (Ukraine), and died 05 Mai 1948 in Berrien, Michigan, USA. She married FRED HAUCH 18 Sep 1900 in Michigan, USA, son of CHRISTIAN HAUCH and JOHANNA GLAESKE. He was born 02 Sep 1877 in Russia, Wohlynien, and died 28 Jan 1950 in Berrien, Michigan, USA.


Notes for ANNA TIEFENBACH:

Auswanderung: 8 Okt 1899 in Bremen, Germany

Einwanderung: 18 Okt 1899 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Adresse: 18 Okt 1899 in Benron Harbor, Michigan, USA (Vater- F. Tieffenbach)


Notes for FRED HAUCH:

Einwanderung: 1897

Volkszählung: 18 Jun 1900 in Benton Harbor, USA

Children of ANNA TIEFENBACH and FRED HAUCH are:

i. MARTHA5 HAUCH, b. 1901, Berrien, Michigan, USA; m. JULIUS LAUSCH, 23 Jan 1920, St.Joseph, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

ii. ELSI HAUCH, b. 1903; m. EMIL BACKUS, 15 Okt 1921, Glendora, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

33. iii. ADOLPH FRED HAUCH, b. 1905, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 10 Jun 1949, Berrien Center, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

iv. AUGUST HAUCH, b. 1907, Michigan, USA.

v. HENRIETTE (HATTY) HAUCH, b. 1908, Michigan, USA.

vi. LYDIA HAUCH, b. 1910, Michigan, USA.

34. vii. MARTIN LEO HAUCH, b. 11 Mrz 1913, Michigan, USA; d. 14 Nov 1996, Houghton Lake, Michigan, USA.

viii. ALBERT HAUCH, b. 1916, Baroda, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

ix. AUGUST HERMANN HAUCH, b. Okt 1916, Baroda, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 01 Okt 1940, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan, USA.

x. HERMANN HAUCH, b. 1918, Baroda, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 08 Nov 1918, Lake Berrien, Michigan.



16. MATHILDA4 TIEFENBACH (FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER, CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 11 Jul 1884 in Marinanowka, Wohlynien - Russia, and died Feb 1985 in Galien, Berrien, Michigan, USA. She married ALBERT PUFAHL 30 Apr 1904 in Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA, son of GOTTLIEB PUFAHL and EMILIEN KLINBEIL. He was born 23 Mrz 1880, and died 08 Jun 1939 in Lake Berrien, Michigan.


Notes for MATHILDA TIEFENBACH:

Auswanderung: 1900


Notes for ALBERT PUFAHL:

Auswanderung: 1888

Volkszählung: 1930 in Weesaw, Berrien, Michigan, USA

Trauzeugen: Helen Pufahl und Wilhelm Hemke oder Semke ?

Children of MATHILDA TIEFENBACH and ALBERT PUFAHL are:

35. i. OLGA5 PUFAHL, b. 1906, Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

ii. ARTHUR PUFAHL, b. 09 Dez 1906, Benton, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 09 Mai 1985, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

36. iii. FREDERICKE PUFAHL, b. 1909, Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

iv. RHYNOLD PUFAHL, b. 02 Jun 1909, Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 31 Jul 1984, Three Oaks, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

37. v. ORVAL PUFAHL, b. 23 Feb 1911, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; d. 06 Jun 1946, St.Joseph, Berrien, Michigan, USA.

vi. MARTIN A. PUFAHL, b. 27 Okt 1914, Michigan, USA; d. 01 Sep 1999, Michigan, USA.

vii. ALBERTA ELISABETH PUFAHL, b. 21 Feb 1925, Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan, USA; d. 11 Feb 1954, Berrien, Michigan, USA.



17. AUGUST4 TIEFENBACH (FERDINAND3 TIEFENBACHER, CHRISTOPH2, TIEFENBACH1) was born 15 Jun 1889 in Rowno, Wohlynien - Russia, and died 1949 in Iowa, USA. He married CAROLINE DZICK 16 Sep 1900 in Michigan, USA, daughter of GOTTLIEB DZICK and CHARLOTTE KUCHLA. She was born 17 Okt 1887, and died 1967 in Detroit, Michigan, USA.


Notes for AUGUST TIEFENBACH:

Auswanderung: 11 Feb 1900 in Bremen, Germany

Einwanderung: 28 Feb 1900 in Balitmore, Maryland, USA

Volkszählung: 1900 in Loncoln, Berrien, Michigan, USA

Trauzeugin: Albert Dzik und Minnie Kuhn

Children of AUGUST TIEFENBACH and CAROLINE DZICK are:

i. LEONARD C.5 TIEFENBACHER, b. 13 Okt 1914, Michigan, USA; d. 14 Feb 1998, Stevensville, Berrien, Michigan, USA.


Notes for LEONARD C. TIEFENBACHER:

SSN issued: in Indiana


ii. ALVIN JOHN TIEFENBACHER, b. 23 Okt 1915, Michigan, USA; d. 12 Mrz 1995, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

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