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Re: Johann Christoph Naumann 1771 sachsen
Posted by: Danielle Nauman Date: July 16, 1999 at 05:36:28
In Reply to: Re: Johann Christoph Naumann 1771 sachsen by helene of 249

It is possible the name could be Christian. I'm not even for sure if this line is related to me or not. I've hit a road block at a man named John Nauman (my gggg-grandfather).

All I know is:

In the 1870 and 1880 Monroe County Census, John Naumann was listed as 59 and 69, respectively, so I know he was born about 1811. He was listed as married to a woman named Mary. However, I have also found information saying his wife's name was Rosina or Eva. It was also listed that he was born in Saxony. According to a 5th or 6th cousin who had done some work, he was buried in Elmore, MN, where he had lived for a while with a son named Morris.

I also know from my great aunt who had done some work that the family immigraged to the US when my ggg-grandfather (Karl Wilhelm Naumann) was 7, so that was about 1841, and I know that he was born in Prussia. I also know there were two older brothers, who were old enough to serve in the Civil War. I think the third son is named Friedrich.

I know this is a lot of boggled info, but maybe it will help someone put two and two together.



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