North Dakota Genealogy

North Dakota genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for North Dakota ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in North Dakota history.

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North Dakota Biographies

North Dakota Genealogy

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Christoph Bauer Family of Ashley

Christoph Bauer, born in 1885 in South Russia, moved to the U.S. in 1894, eventually settling in North Dakota. In 1906, he married Margaret Goebel and started farming near Lehr. After various endeavors, including running a grain elevator and working as a grain buyer, Christ entered public service as a…
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Fred Hoffman Family of Ashley

Fred Hoffman, born in 1891 in Eureka, South Dakota, took on early family responsibilities after his father’s death. Moving to McIntosh County, he worked tirelessly to support his family. In 1933, he married Bertha Heyd and farmed near Ashley until 1960. A dedicated member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Fred…
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John J. and Louisa Weber of Ashley

In 1901, John J. Weber, at twenty-two, homesteaded in McIntosh County, enduring hardships like droughts and blizzards. Marrying Louisa Kraemer in 1907, they farmed until 1923 when John transitioned to running a meat market and cream station in Danzig. A dedicated member of the Danzig Reformed Church, he served as…
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Jacob J. Landsiedel Family of Ashley

Jacob J. Landsiedel, born in Russia in 1900, journeyed to America as an infant, eventually settling in North Dakota. Growing up on a homestead, he witnessed the transformation from oxen to modern machinery. In 1938, he married Emelia Schilling, continuing to farm the land passed down through generations. The Landsiedels,…
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C. G. Nitschke Family of Ashley

Born in South Russia in 1886, G. C. Nitschke’s life journey led him to America in 1894. Marrying Katherina Heyd in 1908, they established a robust family legacy near Ashley. The Nitschkes, blessed with nine children, cultivated a life of faith and hard work on their expanding homestead. G. C.’s…
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John J Sackmann Family of Ashley

Andreas Sackmann, born in 1862 in South Russia, and his wife Karolina, born in 1863, emigrated to America, homesteading near Ashley. Their legacy includes nine children, with descendants spread from Minneapolis to California. The family, deeply rooted in farming, also ventured into business in Ashley. Their lives, marked by a…
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