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Aron SUKAU[1]

Male 1829 - 1888  (58 years)


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  • Name Aron SUKAU 
    Born 20 Apr 1829  Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Gender Male 
    Baptism Abt 1850  Margenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    History Mountain Lake 1878 p. 22: baptized by Heinrich Toews. Married by Heinrich Neufeld. Lived on sec. 27, Mountain Lake Township, Cottonwood Co. His surname is given as Pukkau on the ship passenger list in 1878, which is incorrect. He immigrated from Alexanderkrone, Molotschna, per the Bremen departure lists. 
    Immigration 2 Jul 1878  Strassburg; New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Reference Number 233aa 
    Died 22 Feb 1888  [2
    Person ID I33546  Reid Family | Lynn's side of the family
    Last Modified 1 Mar 2014 

    Father Aron Aron SUCKAU,   b. Abt 1805 
    Mother Anna REIMER,   b. Abt 1807 
    Married Abt 1828 
    Family ID F23210  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Margaretha DELESKY,   b. 27 Feb 1825, Blumenort, Molotschna Colony, South Russia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Apr 1887  (Age 62 years) 
    Married 14 Sep 1850  [2
    Children 
    +1. Aron SUKAU,   b. 21 Jul 1853, Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Mar 1927, Mountain Lake, Cottonwood, Minnesota Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
    Ships
    S.S. Strassburg-1872
    S.S. Strassburg-1872
    The steamship STRASSBURG was built for Norddeutscher Lloyd by Caird & Co, Greenock (yard #166), and was launched on 24 May 1872. 3,025 tons; 107,06 x 11,89 meters (length x breadth); straight stem (first Norddeutscher Lloyd high-seas vessel so built), 1 funnel, 2 masts; iron construction, screw propulsion, twin single-expansion engine, service speed 11 knots; accommodation for 60 passengers in 1st class, 120 in 2nd class, and 889 to 900 in steerage; crew of 70 to 100. The STRASSBURG was the "name ship" of the 13 vessels of Norddeutscher Lloyd's Strassburg Class of passenger vessels, and was built for the Line's New Orleans service. 3 September 1872, maiden voyage, Bremen - Southampton - New York. 16 October 1872, first voyage, Bremen - Havre - New Orleans. 1874, given new boilers and compound engine, service speed 12 knots. Made one voyage to Hankau for a cargo of tea, being the first German steamship through the Suez Canal. 16 February 1881, first voyage, Bremen-Baltimore. 11 November 1881, first voyage, Bremen-South America. 1883-1896, primarily to South America. 1885, refitted in Bremerhaven. 2 August 1893, last voyage, Bremen-New York (12 roundtrip voyages). 25 January 1896, last voyage, Bremen-South America. August 1896, sold to Tardi & Co, Genoa, for scrapping. 1897, scrapped at Genoa.
    Family ID F23252  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBaptism - Abt 1850 - Margenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S98] Genealogical Registry and Database of Mennonite Ancestry (GRANDMA 3.0), (Published by the Genealogy Project Committee of the California Mennonite Historical Society; 4824 East Butler Avenue, Fresno, California 93727-5097; Phone (559) 453-2225).

    2. [S137] Kirchenbuch der Mennoniten Gemeinde zu Mountain Lake, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, translated by Adeline Friesen in 1996, Pg. 22.

    3. [S137] Kirchenbuch der Mennoniten Gemeinde zu Mountain Lake, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, translated by Adeline Friesen in 1996, Pg. 94.

    4. [S112] Migration From the Russian Empire, Lists of Passengers Arriving at the Port of New York, (published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1995), Pg. 134.