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Beye Luebberts Ahrenholtz
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Birth: Mar. 17, 1851
Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany
Death: 1931
Wright County
Iowa, USA

Beye Luebberts Ahrenholtz was born 17.3.1851 in Grosswolder-Muehle, Ostfriesland, Germany.

On 1.4.1876 he married in Remels, Ostfriesland to
Gesche Christina Brunken who was born 10 March 1852 in Poghausen, Ostfriesland.

In Germany they had two children:
Engelina Elsina Ahrenholz * 22. Nov. 1877 Ockenhausen
Gerd Luebberts Ahrenholtz * 28 March 1880

Tena Ahrenholtz is probably a second wife to Beye.

New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name:B L Ahrenholz
Arrival Date:3 Jul 1873
Birth Date:abt 1851
Ethnicity/ Nationality:German
Place of Origin:Germany
Port of Departure:Liverpool, England
Destination:United States of America
Port of Arrival:New York
Port Arrival State:New York
Port Arrival Country:United States
Ship Name:Cuba

From his obit his children are: Mrs Sena Vierkant of Merservy,IA, Mrs Lena Loats of Belmont,IA, George of Buck Grove,IA, Herman of Platte,SD, Richard of Sioux Falls,SD and Ben of Ellingson,SD.

Family links: 
  Tena Ahrenholtz (1845 - 1921)*
  Gasena Vierkant (1876 - 1960)*
  Ben Ahrenholtz (1883 - 1968)*
  Herman Ahrenholtz (1885 - 1961)*
*Calculated relationship
Graceland Cemetery
Douglas County
South Dakota, USA
Plot: Block 1, Lot 22, Grave 7
Created by: Becky
Record added: Oct 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99335595
Beye Luebberts Ahrenholtz
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Beye Luebberts Ahrenholtz
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Tena is second wife, none of the children were hers, they were with his 1st wife
 Added: May. 17, 2015

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