(Abt 1829-Abt 1869)
- Born: Abt 1829, Baden, , Germany
- Married: 25 Apr 1851, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 1 2
- Died: Abt 1869, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA
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INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL INDEX
IGI 1903802: Charles Strudel Married Martha Ochs 25 Apr 1851 St Louis St Louis MO.
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Database: Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911
In 1814 the Congress of Vienna recognized Baden as a sovereign member of the German Confederation. For more than 100 years following this event, Baden would be involved in both political and economic turmoil, which led many people to leave the area. While it may take months or years to find an American document stating where an immigrant ancestor was born or resided in Germany, searching emigration records may produce that information in far less time. This index, compiled by the Badischen Generallandesarchive Karlsruhe and microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, contains the names of over 28,000 persons who left Baden between 1866 and 1911. Each entry includes the emigrant's name, residence or place of birth, and the year of departure. Wives were not indexed separately unless they traveled alone or with their children. Children who left with one or both parents were not indexed. Some cards state that the person whose name is listed was traveling with "five persons" without naming each individual. The emigration lists were sent from district offices scattered throughout the state of Baden, to one central office. From these lists a card index was developed. This electronic index was translated and keyed from the microfilmed copy of the records. Anyone with ancestry based in this German state should find these records interesting.
Not everyone who left Baden applied for permission to emigrate, but others of the same surname may have emigrated at another time. When tracking an ancestor with an uncommon surname who can't be identified in the database, it may be worthwhile to search the church records of the towns where others with the same surname originated.
Since Germans often were known by a middle name (some were given three middle names), it's a good idea to review the record of each person listed under an ancestor's surname. Someone known as George Bower in the United States may be appear in German records as Georg Bauer or Baur. Michael Palmer could be listed as Georg Michael Balmer.
Copies of the original emigration records may be obtained from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Badishen Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe. Auswanderer, 1866-1911. Salt Lake City, UT: Microfilm of card index by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976-1978.
Martha married Charles STRUDEL, son of Jean David STRUDEL and Madeleine MEYER, on 25 Apr 1851 in St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 1 2. (Charles STRUDEL was born on 24 May 1815 in Illhausern, Alsace, France 3 and died on 30 Jul 1894 in St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 4.)
St Louis Marriage Records Index, Vol 07 Pg 245. Database: St. Louis Marriages 1804-1876
Name: Ochs, Martha; Spouse: Strudel, Charles; 25 April 1851;
This database was compiled by members of the St. Louis Genealogical Society and was based on records in the St. Louis City Hall...
International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, IGI, (Copyright (c) 1980, 1997, data as of February 1997), IGI 1903802. Charles Strudel Married Martha Ochs 25 Apr 1851 St Louis St Louis MO.
Illhausern Alsace Birth Certificate, Illhausern Alsace Birth Certificate, 24 May 1815. In the year one thousand eight hundred fifteen, the 24th of May was born at Illhausern, Charles Strudel [extra `l' added at later date], son of Jean David Strudel [extra `l' added at later date], inn-keeper, and of Madeleine Meyer, his wife. The present has been delivered for note from your Mayor of the parish of Illhausern, at Illhausern the 6th September, 1832. The Mayor.
Obituary Index, http://www.slpl.lib.mo.us/libsrc/ob1894c.htm. St Louis Post Dispatch Obituaries 1894
Carl Strudel 7/3 p3.
This index of names was obtained from both the Death Notice and the Burial Permits listing in the St. Louis Post Dispatch...