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|N. Vessell||C.O. A. Schrader|
I think COA Schrader emigrated through New Orleans 20 Dec 1855 on a ship named Admiral. Ancestry.com has a passenger list of this ship departing from Bremen, Germany and arriving in New Orleans. There is an August Schrader who is a 17 year old farmer on the passenger list. He listed Oldendorf (I think it says West Oldendorf) as city of origin in Germany. No other obvious family names with him so I don't know if he had family members already in America. I think he died in Missouri but I don't know if he is buried there or his body was brought back to Indiana. His headstone in Indiana doesn't have his date of death inscribed on it.
I think his wife-to-be came 13 Dec 1943 with her mom and her siblings when she was only 8 years old. The father doesn't appear to be with them. Perhaps already in America. The ship was the Camera and departed Bremerhaven, Germany. City of origin looks like Greinfeld.She died in Perry County, Indiana. All I have for her first marriage is a name of Shulten. Don't know if that is correct or if she had any children from the first marriage.
What I would like to know is if Peter Schrader ever ventured out to Missouri or Oklahoma with the rest of the Schraders before returning to Indiana, and if so, why did he go? Was it the Oklahoma land rush?
If you have access to ancestry.com you can look at our family tree. Powell-Wainscott family tree.
|N. Vessell||RE: Margaret and Charles O.A. Schrader|
Margaret and C.O.A. Schrader were the parents of Adolph Peter August Schrader. Peter's daughter was Margaret Schrader who married Joseph Lowell Wathen. Their daughter Marilynn Wathen was my mother.
That makes COA Schrader my great great grandfather.
My name is David Lane Vessell.