3. Auswanderer aus Lauterbach,  Hessen

Johann Carl Duchardt * 27. Jan. 1777 Lauterbach, Vogelsbergkreis, Hessen, Germany
    + Death in Germany
    oo 05. Jan 1804 Lauterbach, Hessen
-    oo Anna Christina Link, * 29. Sep. 1785 Sickendorf, Hessen, Germany
   + 06. Mar. 1845 Lauterbach, Vogelsbergkreis, Hessen, Germany
  Children: 3 von 6 wandern aus.
1. Johannes Duchartt * 06. Jun. 1804 Lauterbach, Vogelsbergkreis, Hessen, Germany
    + 02. Mar. 1884 Beardstown, Cass County, IL, USA
    oo 03. Nov. 1843 Cass County, IL, USA
    oo Friederike Krohe * 13. Sep. Kunnersdorf, Sachsen, Germany
     + 20 Mar 1903 Beardstown, Cass County, IL, USA
   Children: 7
2. Christian August Duchardt, * 21. Jun. 1818 Lauterbach, Hessen, Germany
   + 05. Jan. 1892 Virginia, IL, USA
  oo 05. Sep. 1845 Beardstown, Cass County, IL, USA
 oo Mary A. Nollsch * 09. feb. 1818 El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma, USA
   + 10. Mar. 1888 Near Virginia, Cass County, IL, USA
   Children: 5
3. Wilhelm Duchardt, * 09. May. 1820 Lauterbach, Hessen, Germany
   + 16. Apr. 1914 Beardstown, Cass County, IL, USA
-  oo Jane Inches, * 28. Jan. 1832 Kinnoull, Perthshire, Scotland
  + 26. Sep. 1917 Beardstown, Cass County, IL, USA
  No Children listed.

Johannes Duchartt * 06. Jun. 1804 Lauterbach :

From William Henry Perrin's The History of Cass County:
DUCHARDT BROS., butchers and cattle dealers, Beardstown; George and William M. Duchardt, the members of this firm, are the sons of John and Frederiecke (Krohe) Duchardt. George, the elder brother, was born in Beardstown, Feb. 22, 1849; William M. was born Sept. 20, 1850; they both early engaged in the butcher business with their father, who was a butcher by trade. In 1869, the brothers formed a partnership, and purchased their father's slaughter houses, butcher shop, and dwelling house, and under the firm name of Duchardt Bros., have since carried on a prosperous business. They have a good meat market on State street; for some years they packed pork and handled all kinds of meats, tallow and lard; they buy and ship all kinds of live stock. Their father, John Duchardt, was born in 1795, in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, where he learned the butcher's trade. At twenty years of age, he emigrated to America, landing in Baltimore, Md., thence went to Cincinnati, O., where he remained until 1832 or 1833; he then went to St. Louis, which was at that time but a small French village; then came to Beardstown about 1833, where he opened a butcher shop, supplying meat to the river steamboats, and doing a general trade. He took real estate in payment for some of his meat bills, and a farm, which he got for one of these bills, he afterward sold for $5,000. He engaged in the butchering and pork packing business in Beardstown, till 1869, when he retired, his sons taking the management of the business. He built a slaughter house on the west side of Second street, and for several years butchered for a Chicago beef packer, killing as high as seventy beeves per day. He is now residing on his farm in Beardstown Precinct. He married a daughter of Fred Krohe, of Beardstown; he had six children, five of whom are living: Louise, wife of George Volkmar, of Beardstown, Henry, George, William and Louis. 
Family links:  Spouse:
  Freidericka Krohe Duchardt (1819 - 1903)*
  Louisa Duchardt Volkmar (1844 - 1924)*
  George W. Duchardt (1849 - 1913)*
  Louis A. Duchardt (1857 - 1942)*
Burial:  Oak Grove Cemetery  Beardstown; Cass County; Illinois, USA


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