|Birth: ||May 13, 1850, Denmark|
|Death: ||Jan. 21, 1918|
San Francisco County
According to his obituary, Johannes (aka John F) was "a native Schleswig-Holstein, Germany". The Duchies of Schleswig and Holstein is one of those areas that was ruled alternately independently, together, or by a European power. At the time of his birth, the Duchy of Holstein was part of Denmark.
His father, Hans Christian Theodor BANNICK, died in Holstein a few years before John's and brother Christian’s immigration (ca.1872) to the US. Their sister, Wilhelmine, and mother, Henriette, followed them to the US about nine years later, finally settling in San Francisco (after nearly a decade residence in NYC.) It is unknown what happened to their other sister, Helene Johanne Henriette, who, it is believed, never emigrated from Germany.
John had no children, however, he and his wives raised two of his nieces, Dorothea Magdalena "Dora" and Marguerite/Margarethe Luise "Margaret", after the death of their mother Fredericke (Christian pre-deceased Frieda).
Johannes was buried on 23 Jan 1918, in his 2nd wife’s family plot [Kadel]. He shares Plot 2, Lots 122 and 124, Grave 3, with “Marie”. His mother, brother, and members of Christian's family are interred across the SF Bay, at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Colma, San Mateo County, CA. His sister, Wilhelmine, is interred just down the road from Woodlawn, in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, with husband Adolph BEETZ and many of the Beetz family members.
(updated 01 Jun 2015)
Anna Henriette Dorothea O'Berg Bannick (1818 - 1889)
Ida (Unknown) Bannick (1855 - 1891)
Mary Mathilda Kadel Bannick (1856 - 1930)*
Christian Carl Johannes Bannick (1846 - 1890)*
Johannes Friedrick Marcus Bannick (1850 - 1918)
Wilhelmine Johanne Christine Bannick Beetz (1854 - 1924)*
GEST.DEN 21 JAN.1918
Mary M. Kadel
DIED June 21, 1930
Mountain View Cemetery
Plot: Plot 2, Lots 122 and 124, Grave 3
Created by: Boehme Family
Record added: Aug 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56828889