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Heinrich B Friesen
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Birth: May 2, 1836, Ukraine
Death: Dec. 11, 1900
Jansen
Jefferson County
Nebraska, USA

Son of Abraham Friesen 20 Jul 1812,Ohrloff, Molotschna, South Russia~9 Sep 1889 Jansen Nebraska; and Elizabeth Brandt 28 Jun 1813, Blumenort, Molotschna, South Russia~ abt 1856 South Russia.

Daughter Elizabeth F Friesen,DOB:28 May 1876, married to Minister Jacob S Quiring 8 Dec 1896, in Jansen, Jefferson, Nebraska. They had 12 children, 11 of whom survived to adulthood. She died, 13 May 1956 Drake, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Son Abraham F Friesen born 7 Jan 1857 Neukirch, Moltschna, South Russia. Immigrated 17 Jul 1874 SS AUSTRIAN, arr Quebec City, Quebec. He married Sara Sawatzky DOB:29 Dec 1858, DOM:3 Dec1876, they had 11 children, 8 of whom survived to adulthood. Second wife of Abraham was Maria Kroeker DOB: 13 Jan 1877, DOM: 9 Nov 1895 Colorado.Abraham and Maria had 12 children AF Friesen Died in Dallas, Polk, Oregon; 26 Dec 1935.

Son Isaac F Friesen 20 Nov 1873 died 12 Jun 1953. He first wife was Anna Quiring, second wife was Agatha Barkman; whom he married 3 Jun 1928 in Manitoba.

 
 
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 Spouse:
  Helena S Friesen Friesen (1835 - 1911)
 
 Children:
  Abraham F Friesen (1857 - 1935)*
  Helena Friesen Sawatzky (1858 - 1948)*
  Henry F Friesen (1860 - 1950)*
  Peter F. Friesen (1863 - 1929)*
  Gerhard F Friesen (1871 - 1942)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Jansen Cemetery
Jansen
Jefferson County
Nebraska, USA
 
Created by: Marjorie Harms
Record added: Apr 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50707139
Heinrich B Friesen
Added by: Marjorie Harms
 
Heinrich B Friesen
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Iris were blooming when we searched this cemetery. Two tin markers had names painted on. Old markers had German writing, with s's that looked like f's. We saw wire enclosures, and a brick paved outline without grave stones. But there were no visible marke...(Read more)
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- Marjorie Harms
 Added: Apr. 6, 2010
 
 
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