|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1835|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 1903|
From Betty C (contributor 47217314)
The immigration ship manifest I beleive for Andreas Bangert., my great-great-grandneice Betty (Wingert) Carvalho.
On the the "SS Numidian" leaving Liverpool, England on Oct 2, 1900, and arriving Quebec, Canada on Oct 15, 1900. This manifest has a Andreas Bangert age 60, and a Anna Bangert age 35. This Anna Bangert would be Andreas Bangert's daughter, not his wife. His wife's name was "nee Anna Maria Batt (1935-1900).". On Dr. Igor Pleve's "Unknown Bangert" chart, Andreas Bangert's wife Anna Maria (Batt) Bangert died June 7, 1900 in Dietel (Oleschna), Russia.
This ship manifest showed Andreas Bangert, and his daughter Anna Maria, were going to Russell, Kansas. Andreas Bangert also had a daughter, Maria Elisabeth Bangert (1865-1950), the second wife of Johann Heinrich "Henry" Krug (1854-1928), immigrated to the United States with their two children, Alexander and Elizabeth.. They arrived January 9, 1892, in New York City, New York on the the "SS ELBE", and settled in Russell, Russell County, Kansas. Maria Elizabeth and her husband Johann Heinrich Krug were the sponsors of her father, Andreas Bangert, and sister Anna Maria Bangert, and paid for their voyage to the United States. [ship manifest]. (Betty (Wingert) Carvalho; compiler email@example.com)
This Andreas Bangert also had a nephew, Johann Heinrich "John Henry" Bangert (1848-1924) with his wife nee Eva Elizabeth Lackmann (1849-1926), and their four children, and a granddaughter also arrive the United States that year on July 9, 1892. They arrived New York City, Ellis Island on the "SS "DANIA". Their four children were Margaretha (Bangert) Michel, Maria Elizabeth Bangert, Georg Heinrich "George" Bangert, Sophia Bangert, and granddaughter Maria Elizabeth Michel, and going to Russell, Kansas. The Ship manifest had their surname spelled "Baugert" instead of "Bangert"
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