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Johanna Emelie Krueger Fischer
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Birth: Nov. 2, 1847
Death: Jun. 14, 1891
Manitowoc County
Wisconsin, USA

Johanna was born 2 Nov 1847 in Niederhagen, Pomerania, Prussia. She married Gottfried Fischer. 
 
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 Parents:
  Michael Friedrich Krueger (1800 - 1875)
  Dorothea Ann Rusch Krueger (1808 - 1883)
 
 Spouse:
  Gottfried Fischer (1834 - 1915)*
 
 Children:
  Heinrich C. Fischer (1867 - 1914)*
  Paulina Fischer Wagner (1869 - 1940)*
  Mathilda Fischer Wegner (1871 - 1924)*
  Herman Fischer (1875 - 1931)*
  Martin Fischer (1883 - 1940)*
  Elisbeth Fischer Seehawer (1886 - 1953)*
 
 Siblings:
  David Krueger (1826 - 1904)*
  Carl B Krueger (1827 - 1906)*
  Wilhelmina Krueger Behnke (1829 - 1917)*
  Caroline Krueger Rusch (1832 - 1911)*
  Christian Martin Krueger (1833 - 1899)*
  Louise F Krueger (1835 - 1911)*
  Gottfried G. Krueger (1837 - 1897)*
  Friedrich M Krueger (1838 - 1897)*
  Augustine Krueger Lerche (1840 - 1920)*
  Emilie Krueger Behnke (1845 - 1893)*
  Johanna Emelie Krueger Fischer (1847 - 1891)
  Theresa Krueger Zahn (1850 - 1900)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Evangelical Immanuel Cemetery
Reedsville
Manitowoc County
Wisconsin, USA
 
Maintained by: GMACC1
Originally Created by: J.B.
Record added: Nov 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80549212
Johanna Emelie <i>Krueger</i> Fischer
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Johanna Emelie <i>Krueger</i> Fischer
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Johanna Emelie <i>Krueger</i> Fischer
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- Jenni Lewerenz
 Added: Nov. 2, 2014
 
 
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