|Birth: ||Feb. 6, 1840, Germany|
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1920|
Karl was also known as Carl and Charles.
Carl Altmann, 30, from Prussia, arrived at New York 30 May 1870 on the Immigrant ship, UNION, that sailed out of Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England.
Wilhelmine Kalk, 20, from Prussia, arrived at New York 26 December 1871 on the immigrant ship, CHRISTEL, that sailed out of Bremerhaven, Germany.
Carl ALTMANN & Wilhelmine H. KALKE married 19 April 1873 in St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Reformed Church of Detroit, MI. Witnesses at their marriage by Rev. Charles Haass were Hinrich Waechter & H. Hansen - both of Detroit. (NOTE: * The marriage record shows Carl Altmann, 33, mason, born Germasny. Wilhelmine H. Kalke, 24, born Germany.)
'Carl' ALTMANN homesteaded 160 acres of land in Belknap Township, Section 13 - date grandted 20 August 1881.
CENSUS: (1880, 1900, 1910, 1920)
The 1880 Federal Census Belknap Township, Presque Isle County, Michigan [ED 280] enumerated June 1880 by August Grossmann shows:
ALTMAN, Charles, 40, head, Farmer, born Prussia
ALTMAN, Wilhelmine, wife, 32, Keeping house, born Prussia
ALTMAN, John, son, 6, at school, born Michigan
ALTMAN, William, son, 4, born Michigan
ALTMAN, Anna, daughter, 2, born Michigan
KALK, August, 58, inhabitant, born Prussia
KALK, Anna, 65, wife, inhabitant, born Prussia
The 1900 Michigan, Presque Isle County, Belknap Township Federal Census [ED 147; Page 8B] enumerated 18 June 1900 by Walley H. Hein shows:
ALTMAN, Charles, head, 60, born Feb 1840 Germany, married 27 years, to America 1870, naturalized, owns farm, farmer
ALTMAN, Minnie, wife, 51, born Nov 1848 Germany, married 27 years, 6 children born with 4 children living, to America 1870
ALTMAN, William, son, 24, born February 1876 Michigan, single, farm laborer
ALTMAN, Anna, daughter, 22, born January 1878 Michigan, single, servant
ALTMAN, Otto, son, 12, born Nov 1887 Michigan, at school
ALTMAN, Edward, son, 10, born January 1890 Michigan, at school
NOTE: The next house enumerated was
KALK, August, head, 79, born June 1820 Germany, widowed, to America 1872, farmer
The 1910 Michigan, Presque Isle County, Belknap Township Federal Census [ED 171; Page 9B] enumerated 12 May 1910 by William Hardies, Jr. shows:
ALTMAN, Carl, head, 70, married 37 years, born Germany, to America 1870, farmer
ALTMAN, Wilhelmine, wife, 62, married 37 years, 6 children born with 4 children living, born Germany, to America 1870
ALTMAN, William, son, 33, single, born Michigan, parents born Germany, farm laborer on home farm
ALTMAN, Anna, daughter, 32, single, born Michigan, parents born Germany
ALTMAN, Otto, son, 22, single, born Michigan, parents born Germany, farm laborer on home farm
ALTMAN, Edward, son, 21, single, born Michigan, parents born Germany, farm laborer on home farm
The 1920 Belknap Township federal census show 'Charlie', age 79 and 'Minnie', age 72 living with their son, 'Eddie', age 30. Also living with them is Frank McMara, age 14, adopted.
Info provided by D. Knopf
Whilhelmine Kalk Altmann (1848 - 1926)
Johann Altmann (1874 - 1895)*
Karl Heinrich Altmann (1882 - 1895)*
"Christus is mein Leben, Sterben ist mein Gewinn" (Christ is my life, death is my victory)
Rogers Township Cemetery
Presque Isle County
Created by: PedersenAnc
Record added: Jun 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92036532
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