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Nagel's from Illinois & Michigan
Posted by: Shawnna Greening (ID *****1719) Date: May 05, 2003 at 16:18:51
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Barnhardt Nagel born 11-9-1832 and died in 1912 in Fairbury Illinois. He was married to a Ann Marie Catherine Sietz born in Blanhelock, Boden, Germany. She gave money as it came in from and inheritance from her family to send her six children to America as soon as they were old enough to come as she didn't want them to live in Germany and her boys to become German Soldiers. But didn't get to America herself, Died in 1904. Barnhartd and Ann were married in 1857 in Germany. They had six children.

Fritz Nagel, died in Missoula Montana, Married, but no children. Had a meat market, by trade was a meat cutter.

Bernhard Nagel. came to America then to Valparsa, CHili, South America, had hardware, paint and paper store. Never married, was soldier in America before going to South America

Earnest Nagel. Loraine, Ohio, married, no children, was skilled laborer in Ship Yards in Cleveland Ohio

Louise Nagel, married a man by the name of Nagel, no relation. Cincinnato Ohio had one son and two daughters.
Son Charles lived in Cleveland, went to California, 3 children, Sam, Glen, Edith.
Daughter, Lena married, lived in Cleveland, 2 children
Daughter, Emma, married lived in Cleveland, 3 children

Anna, died in Cincinnati Ohio, had 2 daughters
Katherine died at 21
Anna, married Harry Best, i daughter, 2 sons
Daughter, Audra, married Pitet, have 3 sons, 1 daughter, Keith, Dennis, Brad, Suzana, Lived in SOuth Bend Indiana. Now Sidell, La.
Son, Dick, as home in Sidell La.

Charles or Karl Nagel. Born 1864 and died 1938 in Breckenridge Michigan. Married Clara Louise Stier, had four children.
Emil Bernard William Nagel, born 7-6-1892 and died 1944 in Breckenridge MI.
Married Orra Youry. 3 children

Francis Norma, born 7-6-1921, married Norman Greening had five children. Gayle (2-10-1942), Richard (6-17-1944) Janet (7-3-1945) James (5-17-1951) and Philip (7-8-1952)

Bernard Orren Nagel, born 3-20-1925, married a Mary Jane McCarthy. Had 2 children. Kerry Stanley (7-13-1946)
William Robert (10-16-1947)

Robert Dean Nagel born 1-11-1931, married Barbara Muscott. Had 3 children, Rodney (1-8-1956), Roberts (6-18-1958) Randy (7-24-1961)

Carl Frederick Nagel (brother to Emil) b. 8-27-1893 in Norwood Ohio, died 1958 in Breckenridge MI. Married a Hazel Whitemore. Had 2 sons:

Carl Lewis Nagel b, 11-30-1921, married Mabel?, had 4 children:
Kathy b, 9-27-1951, married Danny Sharp
Annette, b, 2-22-1953
David b, 3-20-1956
Jonathan,b, 2-15-1961

Don Rex Nagel,b, 11-30-1926, married Dorothy Burch. 2 sons, 2 daughters:
Connie,b, 5-20-1950, married Dennis Priest, 2 children, Tonie, Dennie Jr.
Sherry b, 11-17-1951, married Hiram Thompasom, 1 daughter Kristina
James (Jimmie),b, 9-13-1954. Killed on railroad tracks at the age of 3.
Rickey,b, 5-17-1958.

Alma (sister to Emil) b, 9-25-1897. died 1900 at the age of 3 with pneumonia, Chenoa Illinois.

Norma Bertha (sister to Emil) b, 11-27-1899. Married James Collins of Wick West Virginia, died 1959 in Breckenridge

If anyone could can add anything to this I would be very greatful. My Grt Grt Aunt Norma Collins had typed this up in 1971 so many of this is outdated and much has been added, so if you can add, please let me know!!

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