Marie Wilhelmine Louise Berneking

Brief Life History of Marie Wilhelmine Louise

When Marie Wilhelmine Louise Berneking was born on 2 May 1850, in Holzhausen, Oythe, Vechta, Oldenburg, her father, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Berneking, was 44 and her mother, Christine Luise Charlotte Brandt, was 38. She had at least 7 sons and 6 daughters with Hans Heinrich Theodor Henry Backeberg. She lived in Johnson Township, Plymouth, Iowa, United States in 1900. She died on 2 February 1940, in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, United States, at the age of 89.

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Family Time Line

Hans Heinrich Theodor Henry Backeberg
1841–1926
Marie Wilhelmine Louise Berneking
1850–1940
John Jacob Backeberg
1867–1962
Merrill Backeberg
before 1895–
Charles George Bacheberg
1868–1951
Amelia Backeberg
1872–1930
Lena Fredricka Backeberg
1874–1962
Mary Ellen Backeberg
1875–1977
Lydia H Backeberg
1878–1966
Rosina Carolina Backeberg
1882–1969
Heinrich Albert Backeberg
1885–1939
William Edward Backeberg
1887–1976
Otilla Sophia Backeberg
1890–1992
Herbert Herman Backeberg
1893–1978
Herbert Backeberg
1894–

Sources (24)

  • Minnie Backberg in household of Henry Backberg, "United States Census, 1910"
  • Mina Berneking, "Iowa, Delayed Birth Records, 1850-1939"
  • Whilemena Burne, "New York, New York City Marriage Records, 1829-1938"

World Events (8)

1851

Historical Boundaries: 1851: Plymouth, Iowa, United States

1852 · The Book of Mormon Published in German

On May 25, 1852, the Book of Mormon is published in German.

1882

Historical Boundaries 1882: Oneida, Idaho Territory, United States 1885: Bingham, Idaho Territory, United States 1890: Bingham, Idaho, United States 1893: Bannock, Idaho, United States

Name Meaning

form of Maria . When first introduced to England in the Middle Ages, it was Anglicized in pronunciation and respelled Mary . This French form was reintroduced into the English-speaking world as a separate name in the 19th century, and is still pronounced more or less in the French manner, although sometimes with the stress on the first syllable. It is now often used in combination with other names such as Ellie, Chloe, and Lisa.

Dictionary of First Names © Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges 1990, 2003, 2006.

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