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Ida Emilie Voigt Boehnke
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Birth: Dec. 7, 1854, Germany
Death: 1889
Millard
Faulk County
South Dakota, USA

Born in Prussia by the 1880 census, she had 4 children with her husband John J. Boehnke. He re-married and had another family in ND.

Dennise Harmon

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From a relative:

I was very happy to get your message about Ida Boehnke! She was an older sister of my great grandfather, Adolph Voigt. They moved away from Bon Homme County in the 1880's, and I knew it was to the Faulkton area, but had little more information about her, except that she died in 1889. I did not know where she died or where she was buried. You are correct, she died in childbirth. The baby girl was named Ida after her mother, and did not survive. I assume the baby is buried with her mother, as was common at the time, instead of having a separate burial plot and coffin for the baby. I am so happy to see the photo of her tombstone, and hope to get to the cemetery myself someday to see it.

She was born December 7, 1854, in Nordhauland, West Prussia.

Ida Voigt immigrated to America with her parents in June of 1872. They settled in Henry County, Illinois for two years, and Ida married Johann Boehnke in Illinois in 1873. The Voigts moved on to Bon Homme County, Dakota Territory, in 1874. Johann and Ida Boehnke followed them to Dakota Territory sometime before the 1880 census, but I don't know the year of their move. Johann was a farmer there. They moved up to the Faulkton area in 1885.

Johann & Ida actually had 6 children. A son, Wilhelm Boehnke, died in 1881 in Bon Homme County, and the daughter Ida who died at birth in 1889. Four daughters, Bertha (named for Ida's grandmother), Mathilda, Martha, and Mary, lived to adulthood and married. John moved to North Dakota in 1895, and raised another family with his second wife.

Rosalie Schack

historyhunter@q.com

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Her children:

Whilhelm Boehnke
1881

Bertha Boehnke
1879 1940
m. Chales T. Kretschmar

Mathilda Boehnke
1883 1960
m. Mat Cooper

Martha Boehnke
1885 1963
m. Melvin J. Thompson

Mary Boehnke
1888 1957
m. Charles Nero

Ida Boehnke
1889 1889

SOURCE- Lubbers family tree


 
 
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 Parents:
  Julius August Voigt (1826 - 1910)
  Carolina Bertha Meier Voigt (1819 - 1894)
 
 Spouse:
  John J. Boehnke (1854 - 1920)*
 
 Children:
  Mary B Boehnke Nero (1888 - 1957)*
  Ida Boehnke (1889 - 1889)*
 
 Siblings:
  August Julius Voigt (1844 - 1929)*
  Amalia Ernestine Voigt Krueger (1846 - 1890)*
  Reinhold R Voigt (1850 - 1928)*
  Ottilie Bertha Voigt Roose (1851 - 1920)*
  Herman Voigt (1853 - 1930)*
  Ida Emilie Voigt Boehnke (1854 - 1889)
  Adolph Heinrich Voigt (1857 - 1925)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Millard Cemetery
Norbeck
Faulk County
South Dakota, USA
Plot: 146, by the 1928 blueprint.
 
Created by: Kent Gebhard
Record added: Nov 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61318043
Ida Emilie <i>Voigt</i> Boehnke
Added by: Rosalie
 
Ida Emilie <i>Voigt</i> Boehnke
Added by: Kent Gebhard
 
 
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