|Birth: ||1822, Germany|
|Death: ||Nov. 20, 1894|
Julius Böckenkamp came to the United States aboard the Bark Suwa. This ship normally departed from the port of Bremerhaven and arrived at the port of Galveston, Texas. Naturalization Records for Comal County. It said his record is in District Court Records Volume B page 122 in Court A as being from Germany. He was listed as being 28 years old when he applied for naturalization on November 18, 1851. The next record was in District Court Records Volume B page 298 Court A in the Spring of 1854. He petitioned and was granted citizenship in this proceeding.
On 26 Dec 1852, G.W. Eisenlohr married Julius Bockenkamp and Wilhelmina Donnerberg in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. They had eight children - Helene Oberle, Herman, Wilhelmina, Bertha Hambel, Richard, Caroline, Gustav, and Emma.
Nov 1894: The Bockenkamp and Uding families experienced a sad loss through the deaths of Julius Bockenkamp and August Uding both of this city. They were both old men the former being the father of Mr. F. Bockenkamp of Ste. Genevieve County and the latter his father-in-law. Grandpa Bockenkamp died Saturday night and Grandpa Uding Sunday night at 6 P.M. Both lived in the the third ward within a short distance of each other. Miss Minnie Bockenkamp and Miss Betty Uding of St. Louis were both in attendance at the funeral which took place yesterday, the remains of both being taken to the old family burying ground in Ste. Genevieve County about 16 miles from this city. (The DeSoto Press)
Wilhelmine Donnerberg Bockenkamp (1831 - ____)
Helen Oberle (1854 - 1939)*
Herman Frederick Bockenkamp (1855 - 1935)*
Bertha Bockenkamp Hambel (1859 - 1950)*
Richard J Bockenkamp (1861 - 1895)*
Emma Bockenkamp Burleigh (1867 - 1900)*
Note: Direct Line Ancestry
Ste. Genevieve County
Created by: Thom Painter
Record added: Oct 06, 2009
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