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== Biography ==
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[https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:German_Emigrants] Special inventory of German emigrants
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{{German Roots Sticker}}
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{{Image | file = Zachary_s_Background_Images-3.png | align = r | Size = m | caption = 1850 passenger ships}}
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Name, first name, origin: Becker, August Friedrich, Zellerfeld
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Birthday / Age: 2/14/1823
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Profession / status: forest worker
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Parents:
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Co-emigrants: Becker, Christiane Wilhelmine, born Römer (born November 27, 1816); 4 children: Römer, Auguste Friederike Henriette (born January 14, 1844); Römer, Louise Johanne Henriette (born November 13, 1846); Becker, Johanne Auguste Wilhelmine (born May 9, 1849); Becker, Louis Friedrich (born 02/12/1851)
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Faith:
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Destination (country / place): Dona Francisca / southern Brazil via Hamburg
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Date of emigration / registration: July 24, 1854 with the ship Emily under Captain A. Schmidt
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Financial situation:
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Other: also: Oberbergamt Clausthal-Zellerfeld compartment 161 no. 30
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== Sources ==
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<references />
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* https://www.arcinsys.niedersachsen.de/arcinsys/detailAction.action?detailid=v4434288
First Name
+ Johanne
Middle Name
+ Auguste Wilhelmine
Last Name at Birth
+ Becker
Current Last Name
+ Becker
Other Last Name(s)
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Preferred Name
+ Johanne
Gender
+ Female
Birth Date
+ 1849-05-09
Birth Location
+ Zellerfeld, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Goslar, Niedersachsen, Germany
Death Date
+ 0000-00-00
Death Location
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Email
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Primary Photo
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Father
() + August Becker (Becker-7807)
Mother
() + Christiane Becker (Römer-452)




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