Member Group E.L.Smit Posted October 3, 2020 Member Group Share Posted October 3, 2020 De onderstaande vraag ontving ik uit Arizona, zijn er data en correcte namen te vinden van emigratie en geboorte van dit gezin? Karl/Charles F. Caveman b: 1820-1822 Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany Hendrick/Henry Caveman b: 12 Sep 1825 Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany John Frederick Caveman b: 03 Jan 1928 Oldenberg, Lower Saxony Germany Karl died at a young age so I don’t have any idea when he emigrated but the younger brothers emigrated between 1842 and 1843. I never found any emigration record. Their mother was here in 1860 and I have no idea when she emigrated because the early Census did not ask that question. In the early years they spelled the name: Kavermann, Kaverman, Kaveman, Kaferman and Later the names were Caveman, Cavemann, Caverman and even Caseman. The parents as the sons remembered their names on the Death Certificate when they died – So hopefully the informant was correct. Johannes Hendrik Kaufman b: between 1792-1800 – that was my guess. I think he died and that is when the boys headed for America. The Kaufman also has several spellings. Mary Elizabeth Pohlmann b: 1800 Oldenberg, Germany She was Elizabeth Kaveman, age 60 (1800) born Oldenberg, Germany – living with son John Frederick and his family in the 1860 Census. No death record found for her but I have written to the cemetery where her son John Fred. is buried and I am waiting for an answer. Karl/Charles F. Caveman – I guessed he could be Karl in Germany – other spellings. He was buried as Carl. Hendrick/Henry Caveman – I guessed on the Hendrick too but there are other spellings. John Frederick Caveman – he never changed his name on any record other than the surname. Bij voorbaat dank Evert Smit Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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