John William Pape and Johannah Dorothea Reinate

Submitted by: Ed Gaskill

Husband: John William Pape
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Birthplace: Steinbruch(?), Germany
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Wife: Johannah Dorothea Reinate
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Child No. 1: Henry Pape
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Spouse's name: Minnie

Child No. 2: Dorthea Pape
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Child No. 4: John Henry Frederick Christian Pape
Birthdate: 24 August 1820
Birthplace: Soghloe, Kingdom of Hanover, Germany
Death date: 21 October 1895
Place of death: Melrose Tp., Adams Co., IL
Marriage date: 18 March 1850, 5 June 1873
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Spouse's name: Margaret Aiton, Jeanette Aiton

Child No. 5: Johannah Pape
Birthdate: 14 November 1826
Birthplace: Kingdom of Hanover, Germany
Death date: 22 June 1910
Place of death: Quincy, Adams Co., IL
Marriage date: 18 September 1859
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Spouse's name: Heinrich Meyer

Child No. 6: Emelia Pape
Birthdate: 7 January 1832
Birthplace: Kingdom of Hanover, Germany
Death date: 16 February 1914
Place of death: Ursa, Adams Co., IL
Marriage date: April 1856
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Spouse's name: Christian Cramm

Documentation:

1860 Illinois Census, Payson
1860 Illinois Census, Ellington Tp.
1870 Illinois Census, Melrose Tp.
1880 Illinois Census, Ursa Tp.

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