Individual Details

Kuna Kuntje Enen Janssen

(November, 1833 - June 8, 1906)

Kuna was born in 1833, somewhere in Germany. In about 1860 she married Casjen Frerichs and in August 1883 they left Bremen, Germany for Baltimore, America with their 5 children ages 8 to 21. It appears the Frerichs family went directly to Iowa, Butler County near Parkersburg. Their first record after arrival is probably the 1885 Iowa census -not yet found in Butler townships searched, and the 1890 census was destroyed in a fire so not too many records for Casjen and Kuna. They probably lived in one area, near Parkersburg and both are buried in the Parkersburg Oak Hill Cemetery.

Events

BirthNovember, 1833Germany
Marriage1860Bremen, Bremen, Germany - Casjen Heyen Frerichs
DepartureAugust, 1883Bremen, Bremen, Germany
ArrivalOctober 10, 1883on the America - Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Widow1893
Residence1900Jefferson, Butler, Iowa, United States
DeathJune 8, 1906Butler, Iowa, United States
BurialOak Hill Cemetery, Parkersburg, Butler, Iowa, United States
OccupationFarmer

Families

SpouseCasjen Heyen Frerichs (1834 - 1893)
ChildYevkea Frerichs (1862 - 1891)
ChildEnno Henry Frerichs (1865 - 1944)
ChildEntje Annie Frerichs (1871 - 1936)
ChildGerd Mehnen Frerichs (1867 - 1887)
ChildHilka C. Frerichs (1875 - 1962)

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