Frederick David Kohrt and his wife Juliana Marie Catherine Post were married in Germany abt 1851. Friends from the US sent Frederick and Juliana money for their passage and railway tickets to Chicago. When they reached the port on embarkation, they found that too many tickets has been sold for the steamship and they had to settle for a sailing vessel. The ship became lost at sea, and it was three months before they landed in New York (spring of 1854). First part of trip, they were and seasick and later, the food supplies ran low. It is hard to imagine their joy in reaching dry land. Unscrupulous German speaking piople met the ship and offered to help with their luggage. They stole a lot of their belongings. They had only ten dollars in cash and the train tickets to Chicago. This was in the spring of 1854. Lived in Chicago and Oak Park, Ill before moving to La Salle Co., ILL. The lived for a while in Serena and later in Brookfield Township.
Frederick David Kohrt was born 11 Apr 1822 in Hanover, Germany. He married Juliana Marie Catherine Post abt 1851 in Germany.
Juliana Marie Catherine Post was born 9 Feb 1826 in Hanover, Germany.
Children of Frederick and Juliana are:
Frederick Wilhelm Johan b. 6 Sep 1852 in Brandenburg,Prussia
William Henry Kohrt b. 3 Aug 1855 Chicago, IL
Augustus Charles Kohrt b 9 Nov 1857 in Chicago, IL
Hammond Kohrt b abt 1859/1860 in La Salle Co., IL
Henry Louis(or Ludwig) Kohrt b 6 Sep 1862 in Seneca, La Salle Co., IL
Mary Elizabeth Catherine Kohrt b 28 Feb 1864 in Marseilles, La Salle Co., IL
David Christopher Frederick Kohrt b 25 Mar 1866 in Seneca, La Salle Co., IL
Looking for relationship of Frederick David Kohrt b. 11 Apr 1822 and Frederick Kohrt b. abt 1818 posted in prior message. Frederick David is supposed to be the son of the David Frederick Kohrt by his third wife according to family history passed down through the years.
Any and all replys welcomed. Thanks for your help.
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