. Auswanderer aus Dirmingen und Ottweiler, Saarland

1. Matthias Neu, * 1776 in Ottweiler, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
     Go to USA: 1801 - 1802
   + 1802 Paris, Kenosha, Wisconcin, USA
   oo 1801 Saarland, Germany
2. Eva Maria Wagner. * 1780 Ottweiler, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
   + 1802 Kenosha, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
  Children:
3. Johan Georg Friedrich Neu, * 25. Mar. 1801 Rhine Province, Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
    Ankunft: 12. Aug. 1846 New York, USA
   + 08. Jan. 1853 Ripley, Indiana, USA
  oo 1829 Germany
4. oo Katharina Elisabeth Boehler, * Schwalbach, Germany
        V.: Karl Dietrich Boehler * 18. Mar. 1764 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
        + 23.Aug. 1836 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
        oo 09.Jun. 1789 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
        M.: Anna Margaretha Gross * 26. Jun. 1764 Eddersheim, Main-Taunus-Kreis, Hessen, Germany
         + 18. Mar. 1824 Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
   Ankunft: 12. Aug. 1846 New York, USA
   + Jul. 1882 Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  Children: 5
5. Maria Katherine Neu, * 24. Jun. 1830 Dirmingen, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
   Ankunft: 1846
   + 29. Nov. 1900 Berlin, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska, USA
  oo 11. Apr. 1849 Lawrenceburg, Dearborn, Indiana, USA
6. oo Johan A. Decker * 10. May. Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany
    Ankunft: 1847
    + 03. Jun. 1902 Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska, USA
    Children: 11
7. Johann Georg Friedrich Neu, * 05. Oct. 1832 Dirmingen, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
     Abfahrt: Liverpool, England    
     Ankunft: 12. Aug. 1846
     oo 04. Oct. 1855 Brookeville, Franklin County, Indiana, USA
-  oo Charlotte Friederike Schwerdfeger, * 30. Aug. 1836 Ripley, Indiana, USA
         V.: Ludwig Carl August Schwertfeger, * 06. Dec. 1795 Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany
          + 1866 ..., Indiana, USA
         oo Justina "Schwertfeger" * 1792 ..., Braunschweig, Niedersachsen, Germany
          + 1860 ..., Indiana, USA
          Children: 5
    + 11. Feb. 1917 Otoe, Nebraska, USA
 8. Valentin Neu, * 05. Jul. 1835 Dirmingen, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
    + 18. Aug. 1888 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA
   oo 24. Aug. 1858 Ripley County, Indiana, USA
9.   Magdalena Aplange, * 1838 Switzerland, + ...?
      Children: 5
10. Louisa Neu, * 08. Oct. 1840 Dirmingen, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
     + aft. 1871
     no children, and no marriage listed
11. John Peter Neu, * 26. Apr. 1842 Dirmingen, Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
    + 18. Jan. 1917 Seward, Seward County, Nebraska, USA
   Ankunft: 12. Aug. 1846 New York.
   oo 1868 ..., IN, USA
   oo Caroline Eliza Bartel, * 22. Jan. 1847 Spades, Indiana, USA
   + 07. Aug. 1928
   Children: 9

12. Valentin Neu, * 31. Dec. 1802 Ottweiler, Neunkirchen, Saarland
    Ankunft: 11. Aug. 1843 New York.
      + 10. Apr. 1871 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
      oo 1830 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
13. oo  Katharina Margaretha Boehler, * 21.01.1799 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
      + 23. Feb. 1858 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
 

Katharina Margaretha Boehler was born in Schwalbach, Saarlouis County, Saarland, Germany, a daughter of Karl Dietrich & Anna Margaretha (Gross) Boehler. She arrived in New York City, New York along with her husband, and children aboard the vessel "Rajah" on November 25, 1847. She died in East Birmingham, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in this Cemetery on February 24, 1858 per the Church's records. 
 
 
Burial: First Saint Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Mount Oliver; Allegheny County; Pennsylvania, USA

   Children: 5

14. Catherine Neu, * 25. Nov. 1828 Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
   + 22. Aug. 1899 Baldwin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
 15.  oo Mathew Howenstein (Augenstein?) * 1829 in ..., Baden, Germany + ...?
   Children: 10
16. Gottlieb Neu, * 31. Mar. 1831 ..., Germany
     Abfahrt: Le Havre, Ankunft: 1847 New York
     + 14. Jun. 1911 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
     oo 18. Nov. 1855 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
 17. Salome (Sarah) Falk, * 25. Dec. 1835 Alsace (= Elsass) , France
           V: Georg Falk, * 1814 France, + ..?
          M.: Margareth ...unkown * 1815 France, +...?  
      Ankunft: 23. Mai 1854 New York, USA
     + 27. Jun. 1900 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
    Children: 8
18. Margaretha Elsie Neu, * 03. Feb. 1835 Schwalbach, Saarlouis, Saarland, Germany
      Ankunft 25. Nov. 1847 New York, USA
     + 16. Sep. 1917 East Birmingham, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
       oo 02. Sep. 1855 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
19. oo William Stamm, * 31. Aug. 1831 Neukirchen, Hersfeld-Rotenburg, Hessen, Germany
    Ankunft 1850
   + 16. Jan. 1903 Summer, Dawson, Nebraska, USA
   Children: 11 + 2 died early

Wilhelm Stamm was born the son of Hans Heinrich and Anna Catharine (Hess) Stamm in Neukirchen, Schwalm-Eder-Kreis District, Hesse-Kassel, Germany. He arrived in New York City aboard the "Bremen Bark Diana" on October 22, 1850. After migrating to the United States, he resided for a time in East Birmingham [now a part of the City of Pittsburgh], Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, where he was a founding member of the Saint Paul's Lutheran Church along with the Neu and Waterman Families. He served in the Grand Army of the Republic before migrating to Logan Township, Washington County, Kansas along with the Neu and Waterman Families. In Washington County, Kansas he, along with the Neu and Waterman Families founded the Saint Paul's Lutheran Church of Logan Township, Washington County, Kansas.

His burial record states "He was the Father of All Stamms in this Locality" 



Source: find a grave 

Margaretha Elsie Neu was a daughter of Valentin and Katharina Margaretha (Boehler) Neu. Margaretha and her siblings were collectively born in Schwalbach, Saarlouis District, Saarland, Germany. She arrived in New York City aboard the vessel "Rajah" out of Le Havre, France with her parents on November 25, 1847. She married Wilhelm Stamm in the Saint Paul's Lutheran Church of East Birmingham [now a part of the City of Pittsburgh], Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on September 2, 1855.

Her burial record notes that she was the mother of 13 children. 
 
Family links:  Spouse:    William Stamm (1831 - 1903)*
 
 Children:
  George J Stamm (1857 - 1947)*
  Jacob Stamm (1871 - 1947)*
  Henry Phillip Stamm (1873 - 1940)*  
 
 
Burial:  Saint Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery
Washington; Washington County; Kansas, USA
 
Maintained by: Fort Plank Historian Ken...;   Originally Created by: Cathy Kessinger
Record added: Oct 31, 2008 ;   Find A Grave Memorial# 31027464

 

 

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