He married Christine Louise Charlotte Kensing on Sept. 1, 1850 in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Together they became the parents of Johann August Braeutigam, Heinrich Braeutigam,
Emma Sophie Braeutigam, Anna Elise (Braeutigam) Schuchard, Richard Valentin Andreas Braeutigam, Emma Sophie Marie (Braeutigam) Runnels, Otto Heinrich Paul Braeutigam Sr., Max Felix Braeutigam, Emil Braeutigam, Christine Elise (Braeutigam) Corby,
Henry Wolfgang Braeutigam.
On 14 Apr 1864, he enlisted in the CSA in Gillespie Co. and served to June 1, 1864.
Johann passed away on Sept. 3, 1884 in Fredericksburg, Gillespie Co., and was buried at Der Stadt Friedhof Cemetery in Fredericksburg.
↑U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s for Wolfgang Braeutigam. (Ancestry.com [on-line database]).
↑ Texas, Marriage Index, 1824-2014 (Ancestry.com [on-line database]).
↑Texas Muster Roll Index Cards, 1838-1900 for J Wolfg Braeutigam
1870 US Federal Census forSouth Grape Creek Settlement, Gillespie, Texas. With wife 7 children, and 2 laborers.
1880 US Federal Census for Precinct 1, Gillespie, Texas. With wife and 7 children.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Johann by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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