.. Auswanderer aus Stoery = (Story) by Bockenem
1. Conrad Daume,
* 18. Oct 1808 Bad Salzdethfurth, Germany
V.: Joh. Friedrich Daume * 01. Oct. 1762 Bad Salzdethfurth, Germany
+ 02. Mar. 1837 Bad Salzdethfurth, Germany
M.: Joh. Christine Magdalene Lehne * 1774 ..., Braunschweig, Germany
+ 28. Jan. 1837 Bad Salzdethfurth, Germany
+ .. Oct. 1855 near Dutchtown, Cape Girardeau Co., MO, USA
Burial: German Evangelical Church Cemetery , Dutchtown, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
.. oo 1837 Stoery, Hannover, Germany
2. oo Charlotte, Philippine Strube
* 1821 in Stoery, Hannover, Germany
+ 30 Dec 1869 New Wells, Cape Girardeau Co., MO. USA
7. Children/ Kinder: 3 boys, 4 girls
.. August Daume
* 30. Jul 1838 ..., Hannover, Germany
Ankunft / Arrive: 13. Nov. 1854 New Orleans, USA
+ 25. Feb. 1920 Cape Girardeau, MO, USA
..oo Emma Wessel
1 child / Kind: 1 Laura Daume married Kinder
* 27. Oct. 1907 Gordonville, MO, USA
* 07. Aug. 2002 Foley, AL, USA
.. Charles F. W. Daume
* 03. Sep.1845, Stoery, Hannover, Germany
(very near to the boarder to Braunschweig.)
Arrive / Ankunft 1854
+ 04. Apr. 1932 Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
Burial: Burial: Zion Lutheran Church , Gordonville, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
.. oo Marie Amsler
* 01. Dec. 1845 ...., Switzerland
+ 23. Jan. 1930 Cape Girardeau, MO, USA
The Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau MO; Monday, April 4, 1932
Charles F. W. Daume, 86 years old, a native of Germany and for 75 years a resident of Cape Girardeau County, died of
pneumonia at 12:20 o'clock this afternoon at the home of a step-daughter, Mrs. Emma Brakebusch, 629 Morgan Oak
street. He became ill with influenza March 24.
The body will be removed to the Lorberg Funeral Home, where it will remain until 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, when
funeral services will be held at Zion Lutheran Church at Gordonville. Rev. V. Walters, pastor, will conduct the services
and burial will be in the church cemetery.
Born Sept. 3, 1845, in Hanover, Germany, Mr. Daume came to this country with his parents when he was nine years old.
The family settled near Dutchtown and until two years ago, Mr. Daume has resided in that community, being engaged in
farming. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and one of its active supporters for over 50 years.
Mrs. Daume died two years ago and Mr. Daume then came to Cape Girardeau, residing since that time at the home of
Mrs. Brakebusch. He leaves three children, Mrs. Ollie Lorberg of near Gordonville, Martin Daume, a street car motorman
of Cape Girardeau, and another son, Louis Daume, of Memphis, Tenn.
Stepchildren surviving are Mrs. Brakebusch, Mrs. Ida Lampe, who resides west of Cape Girardeau; Mrs. Bertha Macke
of Cape Girardeau, Albert Schwab and Mrs. Mary Nussbaum of near Gordonville, and Mrs. Lucille Wessel and Henry
Muster of near Dutchtown. A brother, Wm. Daume, resides near dutchtown. A half-sister, Mrs. Ida Hart, lives in Los Angeles, Cal.
28. May 1907 he become a Passport to visit Stoery, Germany
Charles F. W. Daume (1845 - 1932)
.. WILLIAM Ernst Friedrich Daume
* 25. Apr. 1857
+ 08. May.1942 Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
.. oo Dorothea DORA Suedekum married Daume
V.: Fred Suedekum
M.: Sophie Edel
* 18. Dec. 1860 Cape Girardeau County, MO, USA
+ 09. Jan. 1941 Cape Girardeau County, MO, USA
Burial: Saint James United Church of Christ Cemetery , Tilsit, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
The Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau MO, May 9, 1942 page 2
JACKSON--Wm. Daume, one of this county's oldest and best known citizens, succumbed to a heart ailment at his home a mile south of Gordonville at 8 Friday night. He had just passed through a siege of pneumonia and was on the way to recovery, when his weakened heart gave out. He was 88 years old. The body was removed to the McCombs Funeral Home, and the last rites will be held at the St. James Church at Tilsit at 2:30 Monday, with Rev. G. A. Kanzler in charge. Burial will be in the nearby cemetery.
William Ernst Friedrich Daume was born in Hanover, Germany, but came to the United States with his parents when he was six months old. Upon the death of his parents, he was reared by the Gratz family near Pocahontas. On Aug. 28, 1879, he married Miss Dorothea Suedekum, and they lived in the Snider Mill community until about 10 years ago, when they moved to Gordonville. She died Jan. 9, 1941. During his active days Mr. Daume was a farmer, and was proficient in music.
Surviving him are five sons, Fred and Harry Daume of St. Louis, John Daume of Oak Ridge, Charles H. Daume of Route 2, Jackson, and Leo Daume at home; three daughters, Miss Jose Daume at home, Mrs. Albert Sievers of near Jackson and Mrs. Adolph Paar of Jackson and (...) grandchildren.
The Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau MO, Jan. 10, 1941 page 1
JACKSON--Mrs. Dorothea Daume died Thursday afternoon at her home a few miles south of Gordonville at the age of 80 years, a complication of diseases, augmented by advance age, causing her death. The body was removed to the McCombs Funeral Home, but will be taken to the St. James Evangelical Church at Tilsit, where it will remain from noon Saturday until 2 p.m. when funeral services will be held by Rev. Paul Piepenbrok of Jackson. Burial will be in the cemetery near the church.
Mrs. Daume, whose maiden name was Suedekum, was born in Hubble Township and spent her entire life therein. On Aug. 28, 1879, she was married to Wm. Daume, who survives her, together with five sons, Fred and Harry Daume of St. Louis, John Daume of Oak Ridge, Charles H. Daume of Tilsit, and Leo Daume at home; three daughters, Mrs. Albert Sievers of near Jackson, Mrs. Adolph Paar at Jackson, and Miss Josephine Daume at home, 22 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and a brother, Fred Suedekum, of the Gordonville community.
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