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Wilhelm Frederick "Fritz" Ackermann
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Birth: Mar. 24, 1822, Germany
Death: Feb. 4, 1908
Bexar County
Texas, USA

Born in Menterode, Saxon-Gotha, Germany,Friedrich Christian aka Wilhelm Frederick Ackermann was the son of Johann Christoph & Susanne Magdalene Herold Ackermann. Brother of Susanna Catharina Ackermann Schulmeier Krause, Johanna Christiana Wilhelmine Ackermann Doelle-Kramer, Martha Elisabeth Friederike Ackermann Trescher, Johann Andreas, Carl "Charles" Friedrich Wilhelm, Susanne Christina Catherina Ackermann Laux, Heinrich Friedrich Christian (died as an infant) & Henrietta "Betsy" Christiane Wilhelmine Ackermann Rippstein, husband of Rosina Baumann, married on 5/18/1850 in Bexar Co, Texas. Arrived at port of New Orleans on 6/5/1848.

OBITUARY: San Antonio Daily Express, February 5, 1908
F Ackermann, German Pioneer, Succumbs to Advanced Age. Was Widely Known. Made Journey Over State in Ox Cart.
F Ackermann, one of the earlier German pioneers in Texas, died at his home on the Salado, four miles from San Antonio, about 10 o'clock last night at the age of 86 years. Death is attributed to his advanced years. He was one of the many early Germans who immigrated to America in the early forties and then drifted westward in a primitive oxcart.
Mr Ackermann is survived by his widow, three sons and three daughters. They are: Mrs Rosana Ackermann, S C, C W, C S Ackermann and Mrs F A Wald, Mrs Henry Scholz and Mrs P McIntosh, all widely known Bexar County residents.
The funeral of the decedent will be held at the family home and interment will take place in the Ackermann Cemetery at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. The decedent was a native of Sacegoda, Germany, where he was born March 22, 1822. He immigrated to this country in 1846, landing at Galveston in May of that year. After a brief stay in Galveston he journeyed across Texas in a big cart drawn by oxen settling in Comal County. He came to Bexar County in 1848 where he began farming.
In the year of the great gold rush to California he married Miss Rosana Farher. 
Family links: 
  Johann Christoph Ackermann (1780 - 1848)
  Susanne Magdalena Herold Ackermann (1793 - 1848)
  Rosina Baumann Ackermann (1824 - 1912)
  Fred C Ackermann (1850 - 1938)*
  Charles Gustav Ackermann (1852 - 1907)*
  Christoph Wilhelm Ackermann (1855 - 1936)*
  Rosina Ackermann Ward (1857 - 1948)*
  Wilhelmina Friedericka Ackermann Schulz (1858 - 1943)*
  Benjamin Frederick Ackermann (1860 - 1951)*
  William F Ackermann (1862 - 1896)*
  Theresa Ackermann McIntosh (1864 - 1941)*
  Susanna Catharina Ackermann Krause (1812 - 1869)*
  Johanna Christiana Wilhelmine Ackermann Doelle-Kramer (1813 - ____)*
  Martha Elisabeth Friederike Ackermann Trescher (1816 - ____)*
  Johann Andreas Ackermann (1819 - 1897)*
  Wilhelm Frederick Ackermann (1822 - 1908)
  Johann Charles Ackermann (1825 - 1911)*
  Susanne Christina Catherina Ackermann Laux (1829 - 1913)*
  Heinrich Friedrich Christian Ackermann (1833 - 1833)*
  Hemrieke Ackermann Rippstein (1834 - 1911)*
*Calculated relationship
F Ackermann & Hier ruht in frieden.
Mission Burial Park South
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA
Created by: Beverly Ackermann Jobe
Record added: Aug 23, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29254969
Wilhelm Frederick Fritz Ackermann
Added by: msd
Wilhelm Frederick Fritz Ackermann
Added by: msd
Wilhelm Frederick Fritz Ackermann
Added by: Beverly Ackermann Jobe
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may you fly with the angels
- jenridden
 Added: Jul. 19, 2013

- Emory Schnuriger
 Added: Dec. 15, 2010
Rest in peace!
- Beverly Ackermann Jobe
 Added: Aug. 23, 2008

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