|Birth: ||Sep. 14, 1823, Germany|
|Death: ||Mar. 31, 1900|
Julianna Haebner, daughter of Martin Haebner, was born on September 14, 1828 in the providence of Brombah, Germany. Juliana Hoebner was married in June 1844 to Gottlieb Bohn. In 1858 Mr. and Mrs. Bohn emigrated to America, locating in Hartford, Washington Co., Wisconsin. It was here they established their home and remained in that county untill 1871. In 1871 Gottlieb & Juliana together with family moved to Iowa where they settled on a homestead at Plum Creek in Kossuth County. The location was on the southwest quarter of section 8, Portland Township. He has since added 160 acres to his possessions. Also being a railroad building contractor Gottlieb had a major role in building the railroad from Algona, Iowa to Elmore Minnesota. Gottlieb & Juliana had twelve children; August, Julius, Augusta B., Gustavus, who died when a child; Henrietta M., who died during the voyage to this country; Paulina V. K., William L., Martha T., Bertha M., Clara M., who died when five years old; Herman K. G., and Edward J., Augusta B. married William Bohn from Clear Lake and they live in Clear Lake, Iowa. The oldest son is also a contractor on the railroad; the rest are at home. Gottlieb was a democrat.
Information taken form the History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties in Iowa. Springfield Ill. Publishing Co. 1884. Book in the Garner Public Library.
The Bohn family are all members of the Lutheran Church. On May 6th 1875 Gottlieb Bohn was a signer of the constitution for the Lutheran Church at Lone Rock (Lotts Creek).
Gottlieb Bohn (1819 - 1895)
Auguste B Bohn Bohn (1852 - 1900)*
Paulina W Bohn Miller (1857 - 1935)*
William L Bohn (1859 - 1935)*
Martha T. Bohn Bleich (1862 - 1945)*
Bertha Martha Bohn Riedel (1865 - 1915)*
Herman Gottlieb Bohn (1865 - 1938)*
Edward Julius Bohn (1868 - 1938)*
Plum Creek Cemetery
Maintained by: Richard Bohn
Originally Created by: Dale & Corinne Wise
Record added: Sep 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 59080217