Krueger Family Naturalization Records – Lincoln County, WI

Lincoln County Naturalization Index – Declarations of Intent

Index to Citizenship: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L936-DQQW?i=57&wc=M565-924%3A350574001%2C350629501&cc=2046887

Ferdinand Krueger, Vol 1. p 21, Nr. 42. 25 Mar 1879
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“Ferdinand Krueger, born in Germany in 1826, landed in NY in July 1857.”
No other info available from index.
Note: Married Wilhelmine Louise Kleinschmidt (1835-1882). Settled in town of Berlin, first, then in Corning, Lincoln, Wisconsin. Arrived on board the Wieland 7 Jul 1857.

Hermann Krueger, Vol 1. Nr. 79, 2 Nov 1880
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“Hermann Krueger, born in Prussia in 1854, landed in NY in November 1876.”
Note: Possibly son of Heinrich Krüger and Johanna Zimmermann, married 21 Sept 1901 in Corning to Annie Kudick, daughter of August Kudick and Minna Zastrow.

Henry Krueger, Vol 1. p68. Nr. 134, 4 Nov 1882. (p38 on FamilySearch)
Declaration of Intention
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“Henry Krueger, born in Germany in 1858, landed in NY in June 1881.”
Note: Son of Wilhelm Krüger and Caroline Hoge.

August Krueger, Vol 1. p 114, Nr. 225. 24 Mar 1884
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“August Krueger, born in Germany in 1847, landed in NY in April 1882.”
Petition date of filing: Jan 11, 1892, Vol 1, Nr.253
Petition date of hearing: Jan 11, 1892, Vol 1, Nr. 253
Certificate of citizenship date of order: Jan 11, 1892, Vol 1, Nr. 253
Certificate of citizenship date of issue:Jan 11, 1892, Vol 1, Nr. 253

Charles Krueger, Vol 1. p 244, Nr. 482, 3 Nov 1884
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“Charles Krueger, born in Germany in 1855, landed in NY in May 1883.”
Petition date of filing: 19 Sept 1894, Vol 1, Nr. 353
Petition date of hearing: 19 Sept 1894, Vol 1, Nr. 353
Certificate of citizenship date of order: 19 Sept 1894, Vol 1, Nr. 353
Certificate of citizenship date of issue: 19 Sept 1894, Vol 1, Nr. 352

Hermann Krueger, Vol 1. p 280, Nr. 554, 1 Nov 1886
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“Hermann Krueger, born in Germany 1865, landed in NY in May 1882.”
Petition date of filing: 13 Jul 1898, Vol 1, p 450, Nr. 449
Petition date of hearing: 13 Jul 1898, Vol 1, Nr. 450
Certificate of citizenship date of order: 13 Jul 1898
Certificate of citizenship date of issue: 13 Jul 1898, Vol 1, Nr. 449
Note: Son of August Krueger and Caroline Albertine Wilhelmine Milläger.

William Krueger, Vol 1. p 334, Nr. 657, 12 Oct 1888
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“William Krueger, born in Germany 1846, landed in NY in Sept 1872.”
No other information given.

Frank Krueger, Vol 1. Nr. 665, 17 Oct 1888
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“Frank Krueger born in Germany in 1853, landed in Baltimore in Sept 1887.”
No other information given.
Note: Franz Krueger, son of Ferdinand and Johanna Krueger.

Hermann Krueger, Vol 1. p 351, Nr. 690, 19 Oct 1888
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“Hermann Krueger, born in Germany in 1859, arrived in NY in June 1886”.
Petition date of filing: 22 Sept 1906, Vol 3, p 180, Nr. 899
Petition date of hearing: 22 Sept 1906, Vol 3, p 180
Certificate of citizenship date of order: 22 Sept 1906
Certificate of citizenship date of issue: 22 Sept 1906, Nr. 899

Heinrich Krueger, Vol 1. Nr. 692, 19 Oct 1888
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“Heinrich Krueger, born in Germany in 1856, arrived in NY in Jun 1887.”

Carl Krueger, Vol 1. Nr. 794, 1 Nov 1888
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“Carl Krueger, born in Germany 1854, arrived in NY in April 1885”.

Gustav Krueger, Vol 2. Nr. 1320, 31 Mar 1893
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“Gustav Krueger, born in Germany in 1864, arrived in Baltimore in May 1885.”

John E. Krueger, Vol 2. Nr. 1444, 2 Apr 1894
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“John E. Krueger, born in Germany 1870, arrived in NY on May 1887.”

William A. Krueger, Vol 2. Nr. 1847, 22 Aug 1898
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“William A Krueger, born in Germany in 1867, arrived in NY in May 1882.”

Charles Krueger, Vol 2. Nr. 1956, 6 Nov 1900
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“Charles Krueger, born in Germany in 1877, arrived in NY in July 1894.”

John Krueger, Vol 3. Nr. 1998, 28 Oct 1902
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“John Krueger, born in Germany in 1880, arrived in NY in May of 1899.”

Hermann Krueger, Vol 3. Nr. 2413, 23 Sept 1906
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“Hermann Krueger, born in Germany in 1881, arrived in NY in Jun of 1886.”

Charles F Krueger, Vol 3. Nr. 2425, 25 Sept 1906
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“Charles F. Krueger, born in Germany in 1885, arrived in Boston in August 1887.”

 

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Seeking to bring my ancestors out of the shadows of history and into the light. I have always been interested in history, and at a few different times I tried to do a family tree, but wasn't able to do it with the technology that was available then. On a business trip I visited the World War I Museum in Kansas City, MO and it was a very impressive establishment. While I was there I remember thinking, "Didn't my great-grandfather father fight in World War I? And wasn't his brother killed alongside him in some famous battle? I wonder if I can find out where he died." That's what started it all. View all posts by cthomas1967

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