Otto August Kuchenbecker, 18741963 (aged 88 years)

Otto August Kuchenbecker
Name
Otto August /Kuchenbecker/
Given names
Otto August
Surname
Kuchenbecker
Note: auch Kuchenbäcker, Kuchenbacker
Birth
Adlig Przyn
Latitude: 53.659 Longitude: 18.682
Address: Adlig Przyn, Westpreußen (Przyny, Polen)
Occupation
Shoemaker, Farmer
Birth of a sister
about 1875 (aged 0)
Adlig Przyn
Latitude: 53.659 Longitude: 18.682
Address: Adlig Przyn, Westpreußen (Przyny, Polen)= Wohnort der Eltern
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a sister
May 22, 1878 (aged 3 years)
Adlig Przyn
Latitude: 53.659 Longitude: 18.682
Address: Adlig Przyn, Westpreußen (Przyny, Polen) = Wohnort der Eltern
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a sister
October 12, 1880 (aged 5 years)
Adlig Przyn
Latitude: 53.659 Longitude: 18.682
Address: Adlig Przyn, Westpreußen (Przyny, Polen)= Wohnort der Eltern
Emigration
March 12, 1881 (aged 6 years)
Hamburg
Latitude: 53.55 Longitude: 9.99
Text: Johann Kuchenbäcker
Immigration
April 1, 1881 (aged 6 years)
New York
Latitude: 40.76 Longitude: -73.99
Source: Find A Grave
Birth of a brother
about 1886 (aged 11 years)
USA
Latitude: 37 Longitude: -96
Birth of a sister
1888 (aged 13 years)
Wisconsin
Latitude: 43.784 Longitude: -88.788
Death of a father
December 26, 1888 (aged 14 years)
Lakeview
Latitude: 43.975 Longitude: -97.031
Address: Lakeview, Lake, South Dakota
Cause: he died by being overcome with fumes in a well
Source: Ancestry
Burial of a father
about 1888 (aged 13 years)
Madison (SD)
Latitude: 44.006 Longitude: -97.114
Address: Graceland Cemetery Madison, Lake County, South Dakota, USA

Birth of a brother
April 8, 1889 (aged 14 years)
Madison (SD)
Latitude: 44.006 Longitude: -97.114
Address: Madison, Lake County (Lake), South Dakota, USA
Marriage
November 4, 1899 (aged 25 years)
Olivet
Latitude: 43.241 Longitude: -97.674
Address: Olivet, Hutchinson, South Dakota, USA
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1900
Residence
1900 (aged 25 years)
Jefferson (SD)
Latitude: 43.637 Longitude: -97.546
Address: Jefferson, McCook, South Dakota
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1900
Residence
1900 (aged 25 years)
Canistota City
Latitude: 43.598 Longitude: -97.293
Address: Canistota City, McCook, South Dakota
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1900
Birth of a daughter
July 2, 1900 (aged 25 years)
McCook
Latitude: 43.631 Longitude: -97.352
Address: McCook, South Dakota
Note: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kolbeck&id=I12155;
Geburten i…
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kolbeck&id=I12155;
Geburten in South Dakota, 1856-1903; http://trees.ancestry.de/tree/8424696/person/-952222300; MyHeritage (S472, Brandt Johnson) Geburt: 2. Juli 1902 in Davidson County, SD
Birth of a daughter
November 22, 1901 (aged 27 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mount Vernon, Davison, South Dakota, USA
Note: Geburten in South Dakota, 1856-1903; http://trees.ancestry.de/tree/8424696/person/-952222299
Birth of a daughter
May 6, 1903 (aged 28 years)
Davison
Latitude: 43.724 Longitude: -98.221
Address: Davison, South Dakota, USA
Note: auch: Mt Vernon, So Dakota: 43.712, -98.261
Birth of a daughter
January 11, 1905 (aged 30 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mount Vernon, Davison, South Dakota, USA
Birth of a son
April 3, 1906 (aged 31 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt. Vernon, Davison, SD
Birth of a daughter
December 11, 1907 (aged 33 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt. Vernon, Davison, Souoth Dakota, USA
Birth of a daughter
November 28, 1908 (aged 34 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt Vernon, Davison, Sd USA
Note: bei Ancestry, Kuchenbecker Family Tree: am 28. November 1910 in Davison, South Dakota, USA, geboren
Residence
1910 (aged 35 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: MT Vernon Ward 1, Davison, South Dakota
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1910
Birth of a son
April 18, 1910 (aged 35 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt. Vernon, Davison County, South Dakota
Birth of a daughter
November 25, 1911 (aged 37 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt Vernon, , South Dakota, USA
Source: FamilySearch
Note: unsichere Daten, rootsweb (S559): Geburt am 25 Juni 1911 in Mount Vernon, Davidson, SD
Military
September 12, 1918 (aged 43 years)
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Local Board Grant County Elbow Lake, Minnesota
Text: OttoKuchenbecker
Family residence
1918 (aged 43 years)
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Elbow Lake, Grant, Minnesota, USA
Death of a paternal grandfather
Residence
1920 (aged 45 years)
Erdahl
Latitude: 45.992 Longitude: -95.817
Address: Erdahl, Grant, Minnesota
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1920
Marriage of a daughter
March 12, 1920 (aged 45 years)
Davison
Latitude: 43.724 Longitude: -98.221
Address: Davison South Dakota
Source: Ancestry
Marriage of a daughter
September 6, 1921 (aged 46 years)
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Elbow Lake, Grant, Minnesota, United States
Marriage of a daughter
September 1925 (aged 50 years)
South Dakota
Latitude: 44 Longitude: -99.9
Source: Ancestry
Note: International Genealogical index
Marriage of a daughter
June 26, 1928 (aged 53 years)
Minneapolis
Latitude: 44.98 Longitude: -93.264
Source: Ancestry
Residence
1930 (aged 55 years)
Fergus Falls
Latitude: 46.283 Longitude: -96.078
Address: Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota, USA
Source: Ancestry
Note: US-Volkszählung 1930
Marriage of a daughter
June 27, 1930 (aged 55 years)
Minnesota
Latitude: 46.7 Longitude: -94.7
Source: Ancestry
Marriage of a daughter
June 22, 1931 (aged 56 years)
Fergus Falls
Latitude: 46.283 Longitude: -96.078
Address: Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota
Source: Ancestry
Birth of a granddaughter
July 16, 1932 (aged 57 years)
Erdahl
Latitude: 45.992 Longitude: -95.817
Address: Erdahl Township, Grant, Minnesota, USA
Marriage of a daughter
about 1932 (aged 57 years)
Mount Vernon
Latitude: 43.711 Longitude: -98.26
Address: Mt. Vernon, Davison County, South Dakota
Source: FamilySearch
Note: unsichere Daten, rootsweb (S559): Heirat am 19 März 1938 in Roberts, South Dakota
Death of a mother
December 9, 1938 (aged 64 years)
Madison (SD)
Latitude: 44.006 Longitude: -97.114
Address: Madison, Lake County, South Dakota, USA
Source: Ancestry
Marriage of a brother
December 10, 1938 (aged 64 years)
McCook
Latitude: 43.631 Longitude: -97.352
Address: McCook, South Dakota, USA
Source: Ancestry
Burial of a mother
1938 (aged 63 years)
Madison (SD)
Latitude: 44.006 Longitude: -97.114
Address: Graceland Cemetery Madison, Lake County, South Dakota, USA
Source: Find A Grave
Note: Daughter of Heinrick Karus born 1822 in Germany and Friedricke Eschweilter born 1825 in Germany.
Daughter of Heinrick Karus born 1822 in Germany and Friedricke Eschweilter born 1825 in Germany.

Her and John had 7 children together

Otto August
Alvin
Minnie Ida
Eernest
Amelia
John
Hammond
Death of a brother
January 30, 1946 (aged 71 years)
Haakon County
Latitude: 44.3 Longitude: -101.53
Address: Haakon County (Haakon), South Dakota, USA
Source: Find A Grave
Marriage of a son
July 2, 1946 (aged 71 years)
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Elbow Lake, Grant County, MN
Burial of a brother
1946 (aged 71 years)
Philip
Latitude: 44.039 Longitude: -101.665
Address: Masonic Cemetery, Philip, Haakon County (Haakon), South Dakota, USA
Marriage of a granddaughter
October 21, 1950 (aged 76 years)
Huntington Beach
Latitude: 33.665 Longitude: -118.013
Address: Huntington Beach, Orange, California, USA
Source: FamilySearch
Death of a sister
May 1, 1954 (aged 79 years)
Hennepin County
Latitude: 45 Longitude: -93.47
Address: Hennepin County, Minnesota
Source: Ancestry
Note: nach Kevin Kuchenbecker (S 716): 28 Apr 1954 in Hennepin, Minnesota
Death of a daughter
July 20, 1954 (aged 79 years)
Fergus Falls
Latitude: 46.283 Longitude: -96.078
Address: Fergus Falls,Otter Tail,Mn 56537 USA
Source: Ancestry
Burial of a daughter
July 23, 1954 (aged 79 years)
Fergus Falls
Latitude: 46.283 Longitude: -96.078
Address: Oak Grove Cemetery, Fergus Falls, Minnesota
Source: MyHeritage
Text: KolbeckM
Description
Biografische Angaben
Note: Einwanderung, Wohnorte
Otto August Kuchenbecker ... came over to America with his parents, brot…
Einwanderung, Wohnorte
Otto August Kuchenbecker ... came over to America with his parents, brothers and sisters in March of 1881 they traveled from Przynn, West Preussia to the port of Hamburg to board a ship for America. They boarded the ship called the "Dresden" that left Hamburg Germany for the United States via Glasgow. They changed ship in Glasgow to the S.S. Florida and sailed into New York Harbor on 01.04.1881. The Statue of Liberty was assembled in 1886 so the ship passengers went through immigration at Castle Garden.

Residence: 01 May 1885 New Richland, Waseca, Minnesota
Residence: 1895 New Richland, Waseca, Minnesota
Residence: 1900 Jefferson, McCook, South Dakota
Residence: 1920 Erdahl, Grant, Minnesota

Siehe: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gloriaherbert2&id=P17717
Death
June 14, 1963 (aged 88 years)
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Elbow Lake, Grant, Minnesota, USA
Source: Ancestry
Text: Sterbeindex Minnesota, 1908–2002
Note: Nachruf
OTTO KUCHENBECKER.
Otto Kuchenbecker, a well-known farmer and stock man of Erdahl…
Nachruf
OTTO KUCHENBECKER.
Otto Kuchenbecker, a well-known farmer and stock man of Erdahl township, Grant county, Minnesota, was born in Germany on October 18, 1874, being the son of John and Matilda Kuchenbecker. John and Matilda Kuchenbecker were born in Germany, where they received their education in the public schools and there grew to manhood and womanhood and were married. As a young man, Mr. Kuchenbecker learned the shoemaker's trade, at which he worked for many years. During the war with France in 1870 and 1871, he served in the German army and saw much active service. He and his family continued to reside in the fatherland until 1881, when they came to America. On their arrival in the United States, they located in Plymouth county, Iowa, and there the father worked as a farm hand for some time. He later homesteaded one hundred and sixtv acres of land. all of which was wild prairie. Here he built a small frame shanty, in which thev lived for some vears. In time, he became a successful farmer and stock raiser and built a splendid frame house and other buildings. Here he lived until 1888, when he sold the farm and moved to South Dakota, purchasing one hundred and sixty acres of land near Madison. He at once started to develop and improve the place. but died the next year. The widow is still living on the farm in South Dakota. They were the parents of eleven children, of whom Otto is the eldest.
Otto Kuchenbecker received his education in the public schools of Iowa and South Dakota and grew to manhood on the home farm. He was but fifteen years of age at the time of the death of his father, yet, being the eldest of the family, he took charge of the place for his mother and operated it for four years. At that time he gave over the operation of the place to the other members of the family and began farming for himself. He rented a farm near Madison, South Dakota, where he remained until he was twentyfive years of age, when he removed to Davidson county, South Dakota, and purchased one hundred and sixty acres of land. The tract at that time was all wild land and without improvements of any kind. He later bought the adjoining farm of one hundred and sixty acres, which had been improved with buildings. Here he engaged in farming for twelve years and then, in 1912, sold the farm and came to Minnesota. Here he purchased three hundred and sixty acres in Erdahl township, Grant county, and has developed and improved the farm with splendid buildings. He built a new barn, fiftytwo by eighty feet, which is especially arranged for the handling and the feeding of much stock. His granary is one of the best in the conununity, and he has a fine garage, in which to store his seven-passenger Studebaker automobile. He has planted over eighteen thousand trees and has a splendid young grove.
Otto Kuchenbecker devotes the greater part of his time to the breeding and raising of fine stock, owning a herd of high grade stock and always keeping a pure-blooded sire. He now has in his herd over eighty fine cattle and many hogs, the latter being pure-blood Duroc-Jerseys and a registered sire. His stock is recognized as among the best in the county, his special effort being to breed to the highest standard of perfection.
In November, 1899, Otto Kuchenbecker was united in marriage to Minnie Franklin, a native of South Dakota, and to this union the following children have been born: Altha, Emma, Alav, Tillie, Earle, Lora, Hildred, Clarence and Ethel. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenbecker are prominent in the social life of the community and are held in the highest regard and esteem by all who know them. They are most hospitable and enjoy entertaining their neighbors and friends. Their home is often the scene of happy gatherings and the young people of the family receive every care and attention. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenbecker are most kind and indulgent parents and wish to give their children every possible advantage.
Politicallv, Otto Kuchenbecker is identified with the Republican party and has taken much interest in the civic life of the township and the county. He has served as a noember of the township board of supervisors and as a member of the school board in district No. 22. He is a stockholder in the Farmers Elevator Conwany at Erdahl and has for some years served as a Inember of the board of directors. He takes much interest in the success of company and has had much to do with its success.
Burial
Elbow Lake
Latitude: 45.991 Longitude: -95.976
Address: Union Cemetery, Elbow Lake ,Grant County, Minnesota, USA
Family with parents
father
18481888
Birth: August 16, 1848 26 37 Sprindt
Death: December 26, 1888Lakeview
mother
18471938
Birth: February 25, 1847Sprindt
Death: December 9, 1938Madison (SD)
Marriage MarriageJanuary 19, 1873Neuenburg
9 months
elder brother
18731964
Birth: October 16, 1873 25 26 Adlig Przyn
Death: August 9, 1964Madison (SD)
1 year
himself
Otto August Kuchenbecker
18741963
Birth: October 18, 1874 26 27 Adlig Przyn
Death: June 14, 1963Elbow Lake
15 months
younger sister
1875
Birth: about 1875 26 27 Adlig Przyn
3 years
younger sister
18781965
Birth: May 22, 1878 29 31 Adlig Przyn
Death: November 29, 1965Madison (SD)
2 years
younger sister
18801954
Birth: October 12, 1880 32 33 Adlig Przyn
Death: May 1, 1954Hennepin County
6 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
15 months
younger brother
18891946
Birth: April 8, 1889 40 42 Madison (SD)
Death: January 30, 1946Haakon County
Family with Wilhemina Franklin
himself
Otto August Kuchenbecker
18741963
Birth: October 18, 1874 26 27 Adlig Przyn
Death: June 14, 1963Elbow Lake
wife
Wilhemina Kuchenbecker_ 1963
18831967
Birth: November 30, 1883 22 19 Bridgewater
Death: March 24, 1967Elbow Lake
Marriage MarriageNovember 4, 1899Olivet
8 months
daughter
19001970
Birth: July 2, 1900 25 16 McCook
Death: October 9, 1970Elbow Lake
17 months
daughter
Emma Mattson (geb. Kuchenbecker)
19011999
Birth: November 22, 1901 27 17 Mount Vernon
Death: January 14, 1999Wahpeton
18 months
daughter
Mae Kuchenbecker
19031965
Birth: May 6, 1903 28 19 Davison
Death: December 4, 1965Crystal
21 months
daughter
19051990
Birth: January 11, 1905 30 21 Mount Vernon
Death: January 6, 1990Minneapolis
15 months
son
19061994
Birth: April 3, 1906 31 22 Mount Vernon
Death: August 28, 1994Huntington Beach
21 months
daughter
19071954
Birth: December 11, 1907 33 24 Mount Vernon
Death: July 20, 1954Fergus Falls
1 year
daughter
Hildred Sundquist (geb. Kuchenbecker)
19082001
Birth: November 28, 1908 34 24 Mount Vernon
Death: April 15, 2001Orem
17 months
son
19101993
Birth: April 18, 1910 35 26 Mount Vernon
Death: November 30, 1993Evansville
20 months
daughter
19111976
Birth: November 25, 1911 37 27 Mount Vernon
Death: November 19, 1976Minneapolis
Birth
Source: FamilySearch
Source: Ancestry
Emigration
Text: Johann Kuchenbäcker
Immigration
Source: Find A Grave
Marriage
Source: Ancestry
Residence
Source: Ancestry
Residence
Source: Ancestry
Residence
Source: Ancestry
Military
Text: OttoKuchenbecker
Family residence
Residence
Source: Ancestry
Residence
Source: Ancestry
Death
Source: Ancestry
Text: Sterbeindex Minnesota, 1908–2002
Marriage
US-Volkszählung 1900
Residence
US-Volkszählung 1900
Residence
US-Volkszählung 1900
Residence
US-Volkszählung 1910
Residence
US-Volkszählung 1920
Residence
US-Volkszählung 1930
Name
auch Kuchenbäcker, Kuchenbacker
Description
Einwanderung, Wohnorte
Otto August Kuchenbecker ... came over to America with his parents, brothers and sisters in March of 1881 they traveled from Przynn, West Preussia to the port of Hamburg to board a ship for America. They boarded the ship called the "Dresden" that left Hamburg Germany for the United States via Glasgow. They changed ship in Glasgow to the S.S. Florida and sailed into New York Harbor on 01.04.1881. The Statue of Liberty was assembled in 1886 so the ship passengers went through immigration at Castle Garden.

Residence: 01 May 1885 New Richland, Waseca, Minnesota
Residence: 1895 New Richland, Waseca, Minnesota
Residence: 1900 Jefferson, McCook, South Dakota
Residence: 1920 Erdahl, Grant, Minnesota

Siehe: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gloriaherbert2&id=P17717
Death
Nachruf
OTTO KUCHENBECKER.
Otto Kuchenbecker, a well-known farmer and stock man of Erdahl township, Grant county, Minnesota, was born in Germany on October 18, 1874, being the son of John and Matilda Kuchenbecker. John and Matilda Kuchenbecker were born in Germany, where they received their education in the public schools and there grew to manhood and womanhood and were married. As a young man, Mr. Kuchenbecker learned the shoemaker's trade, at which he worked for many years. During the war with France in 1870 and 1871, he served in the German army and saw much active service. He and his family continued to reside in the fatherland until 1881, when they came to America. On their arrival in the United States, they located in Plymouth county, Iowa, and there the father worked as a farm hand for some time. He later homesteaded one hundred and sixtv acres of land. all of which was wild prairie. Here he built a small frame shanty, in which thev lived for some vears. In time, he became a successful farmer and stock raiser and built a splendid frame house and other buildings. Here he lived until 1888, when he sold the farm and moved to South Dakota, purchasing one hundred and sixty acres of land near Madison. He at once started to develop and improve the place. but died the next year. The widow is still living on the farm in South Dakota. They were the parents of eleven children, of whom Otto is the eldest.
Otto Kuchenbecker received his education in the public schools of Iowa and South Dakota and grew to manhood on the home farm. He was but fifteen years of age at the time of the death of his father, yet, being the eldest of the family, he took charge of the place for his mother and operated it for four years. At that time he gave over the operation of the place to the other members of the family and began farming for himself. He rented a farm near Madison, South Dakota, where he remained until he was twentyfive years of age, when he removed to Davidson county, South Dakota, and purchased one hundred and sixty acres of land. The tract at that time was all wild land and without improvements of any kind. He later bought the adjoining farm of one hundred and sixty acres, which had been improved with buildings. Here he engaged in farming for twelve years and then, in 1912, sold the farm and came to Minnesota. Here he purchased three hundred and sixty acres in Erdahl township, Grant county, and has developed and improved the farm with splendid buildings. He built a new barn, fiftytwo by eighty feet, which is especially arranged for the handling and the feeding of much stock. His granary is one of the best in the conununity, and he has a fine garage, in which to store his seven-passenger Studebaker automobile. He has planted over eighteen thousand trees and has a splendid young grove.
Otto Kuchenbecker devotes the greater part of his time to the breeding and raising of fine stock, owning a herd of high grade stock and always keeping a pure-blooded sire. He now has in his herd over eighty fine cattle and many hogs, the latter being pure-blood Duroc-Jerseys and a registered sire. His stock is recognized as among the best in the county, his special effort being to breed to the highest standard of perfection.
In November, 1899, Otto Kuchenbecker was united in marriage to Minnie Franklin, a native of South Dakota, and to this union the following children have been born: Altha, Emma, Alav, Tillie, Earle, Lora, Hildred, Clarence and Ethel. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenbecker are prominent in the social life of the community and are held in the highest regard and esteem by all who know them. They are most hospitable and enjoy entertaining their neighbors and friends. Their home is often the scene of happy gatherings and the young people of the family receive every care and attention. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenbecker are most kind and indulgent parents and wish to give their children every possible advantage.
Politicallv, Otto Kuchenbecker is identified with the Republican party and has taken much interest in the civic life of the township and the county. He has served as a noember of the township board of supervisors and as a member of the school board in district No. 22. He is a stockholder in the Farmers Elevator Conwany at Erdahl and has for some years served as a Inember of the board of directors. He takes much interest in the success of company and has had much to do with its success.
Burial
Emigration
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Otto August Kuchenbecker
Otto August Kuchenbecker
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Goldene Hochzeit
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Ehepaar Kuchenbecker-Franklin
Ehepaar Kuchenbecker-Franklin