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International Family Group Sheet for the Carsten-Karsten 'Henry Casper' Hinrich BLOCKER Family #1


Husband: Henry Casper BLOCKER
Name: Carsten-Karsten 'Henry Casper' Hinrich BLOCKER
Birthdate: 03 May 1810
Birthplace: Gross-Barkau, Holstein, Prussia
Death date: 12 February 1877
Place of death: Marysville, Marshall Co., Kansas
Burial: Marysville City Cemetery
Father: Christian BLOCKER
Mother: Magdalena RAMBO

Marriage date: not married
Marriage place: not married

Wife: ?
Birthdate: unknown
Birthplace: probably Holstein, Prussia
Death date: unknown
Place of death: probably Holstein Prussia
Burial: unknown
Father: unknown
Mother: unknown

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Christian Friedrich BLOCKER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: about 1832
Birthplace: Holstein, Prussia
Death date: unknown
Place of death: unknown
Burial: unknown
Marriage date: unknown
Marriage place: unknown
Spouse's name: unknown
 
 
Documentation:
* 1847 Immigration: C. H. Blöcker (Shoemaker, age 37) immigrated to America with his brother the US on the bark Desiree and Tully from the port of Hamberg, Germany, arriving at the port of New Orleans, LA on 27 June 1847, with the stated destination of Iowa. It is curious that on the passenger list, of the Desiree and Tully, he is not in line with the Blocker family but is instead in line with Anna M. Schraman 24 (who appears to be travelling alone) in between several large families. I could find nothing on Anna in Iowa.
* 1849 Naturalization: Carsten Blooker, a native of Holstein, appeared in front of James Thorrington, Clerk of Court 25 Sep. 25 1849 and became a Naturalised Citizen of the US on 01 Nov. 1852 (in Davenport, Scott Co., IA). These are the same dates for his brother.
* 1850 Federal Census: Head Carsten Blaker (sic) 40 b.1809 in Germany Shoemaker District 4, Scott Co., IA Wife Eliza [unknown] Blaker 28 b.1821 Germany Son Frederick Blaker 02 b.1848 MO Daughter Dorothy Blaker 01 b.1849 IA
Note 1: This is the same district that our Hinrich "Henry" Christian Frederich Blöcker was living in 1850. It appears that he went to Missouri shortly after his arrival in Iowa in 1847, then returned to Iowa by 1849, and then went to Kansas.
Note 2: Dorothy is not with the family in 1870.
* 1856 Iowa Census: I did not find the Carsten Blocker family in 1856 IA.
* 1856 Homesteaded: Carsten Hinrich-Henry Casper Blocker and family, moved to The Kansas Territory and homesteaded the city of Home City, KS in about 1856.
* 1860 Federal Census: I could not find the family in any IA or KS census
* 1870 Federal Census:
Head Henry C. Blocker age 66 b. 1803 in Prussia Farmer-Marysville, Marshall Co., KS 1870
Wife Eliza [unknown] Blocker 45 b: 1824 Baden [Germany]
Son Frederick Blocker 22 b: 1848 MO
Daughter Mary Blocker 16 b: 1853 IA
Daughter Charlotta Blocker 14 b: 1855 IA
AND
Report #4: Available
Blöcker Baptismal records at Segeberg [Sleswig-Holstein, Germany] per Hans Peter Voss (Professional Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Genealogical Researcher).
 

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