Johannes Heinrich + Marguerite Philippine Clara Olm

7 children
Ruth, John and Augustina
19071985
Birth: February 13, 1907 31 24Delmont, Charles Mix, South Dakota, USA
Death: September 16, 1985
Carl Heinrich
19081982
Birth: April 15, 1908 32 26Delmont, Charles Mix, South Dakota, USA
Death: August 22, 1982Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Dan
19121977
Birth: January 2, 1912 36 29Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: March 12, 1977
Mildred, Myrtle and Ruth c 1923
19132008
Birth: April 18, 1913 37 31Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: June 21, 2008Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia
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19151984
Birth: August 19, 1915 39 33Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: December 24, 1984Laidley, Queensland, Australia
Mildred, Myrtle and Ruth c 1923
19171986
Birth: August 14, 1917 41 35Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: April 9, 1986
Johannes and Augustina
18751936
Birth: September 6, 1875Berlin, Germany
Death: May 5, 1936Lowood, Queensland, Australia
Augustina
18821943
Birth: February 28, 1882 24 19Limpertsberg, Luxembourg
Death: February 16, 1943Lowood, Queensland, Australia
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18571922
Birth: April 27, 1857 32 26Remich, Luxembourg
Death: September 6, 1922Staten Island, New York, USA
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18621914
Birth: April 3, 1862 27 25Luxembourg
Death: February 27, 1914North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey, USA

Facts and events

Religious marriage May 15, 1906 Husband: 30 Wife: 24
Address: FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST CHURCH 336 E 14 Street New York
Note: First German Baptist Church

First German Baptist Church

336 East 14th Street near First Avenue New York, N.Y. 10003

Organ Specifications: 336 East 14th Street and First Avenue (1869-c.1920) ► II/13 Geo. Jardine & Son (c.1869) Sixth Street near Avenue C (1866-1869) • unknown Avenue A near Second Street (1850-1866) • unknown Stanton and Essex Streets (1846-1850) • unknown

The First German Baptist Church was organized in 1846 to serve the large number of German immigrant families living in "Klein Deutschland" ("Little Germany"). For their first four years, the congregation met at Stanton and Essex Streets, and in 1850 they removed to Avenue A near Second Street, where they remained for sixteen years. Following the Civil War, as many residents and churches relocated farther uptown, First German Baptist made plans for a new church, temporarily moving to Sixth Street near Avenue C until a site was purchased on East 14th Street, the northern boundary of Klein Deutschland. In 1866, Julius Boekell designed a fanciful Romanesque-style edifice that had a gabled facade with two narrow towers and many windows. Some sources state that the new church was opened in 1869. The German congregation merged or ceased to exist sometime after 1920.

John and Augustina
John and Augustina

Note: Believed to be from their wedding.
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Note: The vessel that brought them to Australia from Canada.
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Note: The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933) Saturday 14 February 1931
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