Gottlieb A Boekhaus and Phllipine C Bicker


Submitted by: Ed Gaskill

Husband: Gottleib August Boekhaus
Birthdate: 23 October 1837
Birthplace: Principality of Lippe-Detmold, Germany
Death date: 17 February 1874
Place of death: Adams Co., IL
Father: Frederick Boekhaus
Mother: Frederike Lielmann

Marriage date: 22 December 1867
Marriage place:

Wife: Phillipine Charlotte Bicker
Birthdate: 9 June 1842
Birthplace: Principality of Lippe-Detmold, Germany
Death date: 1901
Place of death:
Father: Charles Bicker
Mother: Florence Charlotte Dickmann


Child No. 1: Julia Amelia Boekhaus
Birthdate: 17 September 1868
Birthplace: Schotmer, Principality of Lippe-Detmold, Germany
Death date: 28 May 1956
Place of death: Ursa, Adams Co., IL
Marriage date: 2 April 1891
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Henry Fredrich Ferdinhand Cramm

Child No. 2: Charlotte Boekhaus
Birthdate: ca 1870
Birthplace: Illinois
Death date: 3 March 1951
Place of death: Lincoln, Benton Co., MO
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:

Child No. 3: Simon Frederick Boekhaus
Birthdate: 18 February 1872
Birthplace: Melrose Tp., Adams Co., IL
Death date: 3 July 1955
Place of death: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT
Marriage date: 23 July 1902
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Margaret Ann Flaherty

Child No. 4: August William Boekhaus
Birthdate: 18 March 1874
Birthplace: Ursa, Adams Co., IL
Death date: August 1962
Place of death: Elkhart, Morton Co., KS
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Emma Monique Terry

1870 Illinois Census, Mendon Tp.
1880 Illinois Census, Melrose Tp.

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