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1 Married at St. John's Lutheran Church, Emerald, Lancaster, NE Family: F66
 
2 Married at the minister's home. Family: F104
 
3 Married at Zion Lutheran Church, Emerald, Lancaster, NE. Family: F210
 
4 Married by the Justice of the Peace. Family: F54
 
5 Married in St. John's Lutheran Church, Emerald, NE. Family: F55
 
6 Married in St. John's Lutheran Church, Emerald, NE. Family: F62
 
7 Married in St. Paul's German Evengelical Lutheran Church, Seward Co., NE Family: F102
 
8 Married in the Woonsocket Catholic Church Rectory, Woonsocket, Sanborn, SD Family: F77
 
9 Died when very young. Clas Johann BORCHERS
 
10 Died in infancy. Dorene Marie BORCHERS
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Irene Marie Leda BORCHERS
 
12 Klaas arrived in the USA aboard the ship "Hermann" which left Bremen, Germany, and arrived in the port of New York on April 27, 1868. He arrived with his wife, Wopke, and children Taatje, Antje, Abbo, and Gertjedine. Klaas Jr., Johann, Gerden a and Olida were born in the USA. They settled at Bennington, Marshall County, IL.
"In the spring of 1870 Klass and Wopke left Illinois and homesteaded a farm in the Southwest quarter of section 21-10-5, Lancaster Co., NE. The deed was dated October 40, 1883, and was filed in December 21, 1883. They were engaged in farming an d attended Zion Lutheran Church in its infancyy, Klaas and Wopke are buried at Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Emerald, Lancaster Co., NE " (Written in 1985 by Landis Borchers for the Zion Lutheran Church Centennial, 1885-1985) 
Klaas Abben BORCHERS
 
13 Have copy of marriage license. Married by Justice of the Peace, Allen Field, on 6 May 1878. Taatje (Dora) BORCHERS
 
14 Immigrated to USA from Bremen, Germany on 4 Feb 1870, and arrived in the port of Baltimore, MD on 23 Feb 1870 on the ship "Ohio" He came to Nebraska in 1874 and settled near Lincoln. Aultman (Oltman) Bernhard BUSBOOM
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Christine Ann CEBELAK
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elizabeth Ellen CEBELAK
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. George CEBELAK
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jonathan Michael CEBELAK
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mark William CEBELAK
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Robert Neal CEBELAK
 
21 Harvey and Marie (Borchers) Denning will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary with an open house from 2 to 4:30 PM next Sunday, December 2, 1990 at St. Pauls United Church of Christ, 13th & F streets. Their hosts will be their neices, nephew s and their families. The Dennings were married Dec., 5, 1940 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church near Emerald, and lived in Emerald before moving to Lincoln. Harvey is retired from the Burlington Northern Railroad and Marie retired from the Nebr aska Boiler Co. Harvey A. DENNING
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Willis (Billy) John DEY
 
23 Was raised on a farm near Malcolm, attended St. Paul's Lutheran grade school and Malcolm Hign school. Kathleen (Kitty) HASS
 
24 Name could have been Anna Maria Mary Anna HOILE
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Leon Dean LOSTROH
 
26 From the Zion Lutheran Evengelical Church Centennial Book 1885-1985
They farmed in the Pawnee Lake area, and in 1936 moved to a farm northwest of Zion. Upon their retirement in 1964, They built a new home on the southeast corner of their farm and lived there until recently. 
Louis Gerhard Heinrich LOSTROH
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vernon Frederich Christian LOSTROH
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brady Alan PAXTON MICHEL
 
29 Adopted by Fleming in Oregon William MINCHOW
 
30 Take from the book about "Pleasant Dale Nebraske, Centennial 1882-1982"
Was born in Alameda, CA. He came to live in Seward county at the age of 2 years, with his parents.
Bill and Katie moved to an 80 acre farm located 5 miles northeast of Pleasant Dale. Here they farmed unit the year 1943, In September, their son known as "Collie", took over the farming. Carl (Collie) lived on this farm until the year of 1980 . To this union six children were born, two preceded them in death. 
William (Bill) NIETENSTEIN
 
31 Notes taken from cemetery headstone William Karl Arthur NINNEMAN
 
32 Obituaries for John Ninnemann
Lincoln Star - April, 1950
NINNEMANN, JOHN
John Ninnemann, 92, Emerald, died at a local hospital Wednesday. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Lostroh, Emerald, and Mrs. Chris Borchers, Pleasant Dale; three sons, William, Carl and John, all of Emerald, 28 grandchildren and 13 great-g randchildren. Wadlows
Lincoln Evening Journal
April 6, 1950
NINNEMANN, John Ninnemann, 92, of Emerald, died in Lincoln Wednesday. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Arthur Lostroh of Emerald, and Mrs. Chris Borchers of Pleasant Dale; three sons, William, Carl and John, all of Emerald, 28 grandchildren and 13 gr eat-grandchildren.
Funeral 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Wadlows and 2:30 p.m. at St.John's Lutheran Church west of Emerald. Rev. F.W. Falkenroth officiating. Ed Boehemer will sing. St. John's Cemetery. Pallbearers: Henry, Paul and Melvin Lostroh, Harold Borchers, Marvin Ar nesmeier and Glen, Otis, Alvin and Dawyne Ninnemann. 
John NINNEMANN
 
33 May have been married to Wilhelmina Ihde. Charles (Carl) Frederich NOBBMAN
 
34 Lived in Grand Island, Hall, NE. Elizabeth (Lizzie) M. NOBBMAN
 
35 Became a US citizen on 3 Nov 1874. Marriage is different from the church record
11 Dec 1873, Book 2 page 358, Lancaster Co. Vital Records film #1320833.
Marrioed by the Rev. Gustav E. Regier, Pastor. Witnesses: Frederick Rodenbeck
and Dorothea Lostroh, both from Lancaster Co, NE
They lived in a dugout and had 9 children. 
Frederich Heinrich PIENING
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Patricia Henrietta SIEVERS
 
37 (Pneumonia) Joseph WITZEL
 
38 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Angela Elaine WOODIN