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Carl Christian Martin Beug (1841)

Carl Christian Martin Beug
Born in Latzow, Greifswald, Pommern, Preußenmap
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Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Carl Beug has German Roots .
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Carl Beug was born in the Province of Pomerania, Prussia

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Biography

Carl was born in 1841. He is the son of Michel Erdmann Beug and Anna Maria Christina Beug.

Latzow, Deutschland

Early Life

Carl and his family spoke Low German. His parent were farmers. They were possibly Büdnerei with a small estate or several estates for their property. Due to the prevalence of the class system that was still in use in the German states in the 19th century it was highly frowned upon for people of one class to marry outside (up or down) a class. Carl's brother Ferdinand had met Johanna Buckow, who's family was in a lower caste since they were weavers. Due to this Carl and Ferdinand determined the only way Ferdinand and Johnanna could marry was if they left Germany and came to America.

Carl und seine Familie sprachen Niederdeutsch. Seine Eltern waren Bauern. Es kann sich um eine Büdnerei mit einem kleinen Nachlass oder um mehrere Grundstücke für ihr Eigentum handeln. Aufgrund der Verbreitung des Klassensystems, das im 19. Jahrhundert in den deutschen Bundesländern noch in Gebrauch war, war es für Menschen einer Klasse äußerst verpönt, außerhalb einer Klasse (nach oben oder unten) zu heiraten. Carls Bruder Ferdinand hatte Johanna Buckow kennengelernt, deren Familie sich seit ihrer Weberei in einer niedrigeren Kaste befand. Aus diesem Grund stellten Carl und Ferdinand fest, dass Ferdinand und Johnanna nur dann heiraten konnten, wenn sie Deutschland verließen und nach Amerika kamen.


Church Records

Name Carl Christian Martin Beug
Event Type Baptism
Birth Date 10 Juni 1841
Baptism Date 20 Juni 1841
Baptism Parish Wüsterhusen (Brünso, Gahlkow, Gustebin, Lubmin, Nonnendorf, Stilow, Vierow)
Parish as it Appears Wusterhusen
Father's Name Michel Erdmann Beug
Mother's Name Anna Maria Beug
Household Members
Name Age
Carl Christian Martin Beug[1]
Baptism Record for Carl Beug

Immigration

In 1885 Carl, his brother Ferdinand and Ferdinand's intended spouse Johanna booked passage on the passenger vessel Gellert [2] and emigrated from Germany to America. The trip took 21 days to reach New York. [3]

Sources

  1. Pomerania, Germany, Parish Register Transcripts, 1544-1883. Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2015. Provo, UT, USA
  2. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1891," database with images, FamilySearch [1] [2]: 21 May 2014, 485 - 14 Apr 1885-9 May 1885, images 38 and 40 of 1065; citing NARA microfilm publication M237 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
  3. Alkali Community Club. Mato Paha: Land of the Pioneers: Northwest Meade County, South Dakota (Marceline, Missouri: Wallsworth, 1969)


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