John Frederick ANGERMUELLER, Sr 2
- Born: 5 Jan 1842, Colberg, Saxony, Germany 3 4
- Married: 18 Jun 1871, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 1
- Died: 17 Aug 1880, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 5
- Buried: 19 Aug 1880, Cemetery, Bellefontaine, Z96 199, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 6
Cause of his death was Tuberculosis.
Other names for John were Fred and Friedrich. 7
User ID: 20.
ANGERMUELLER German Translation: "Miller in the Meadow".
Bremen to NY 1855-1862 First (2) numbers: Yr of Arrival-Second set: Name of Ship (See Guide)
St Louis City Directory
1873 Frederick ANGERMUELLER Baker 2407 Broadway
1874 Frederick ANGERMUELLER Confectioner 2407 Broadway
1878-1879 Frederick ANGERMUELLER Baker 1105 Morgan.
1882 No Listing.
City of St Louis Index to Marriage Records- Male, Microfilm Roll No 46 Vol III A-M 1871-1881 Friedrich ANGERMUELLER married Anna CML (Charl) DROEGE Vol 15 Page 89.
1880 US Census
A524 Vol 33 Ed 71 Sheet 6 Line 31Fred ANGELMILLER (sic) 36 WM 1105 Morgan St Baker born Saxon, Wife Annie 27 WF Keeping House born Prussia, 5M George At Home, 3F Annie At Home.
Belfontaine Cemetery, 4146 W Pine, Ph (314) 381-0750, Z95-190, Site Visit: John Fred ANGERMUELLER Born 5 Jan 1842 Germany, Tuberculosis, Died 17 Aug 1880, Age 38 years 7 months 12 days, Bur 19 Aug 1880.
INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL INDEX
IGI-Marriage M515702-0884 Anna ANGERMUELLER or DROEGE, Wife, Married Ernst ALVES, 9 Jun 1881, St Louis, St Louis.
ANCESTRY.COM 11 Feb 2001
Database: St. Louis Marriages 1804-1876
Name: Angermueller, Friedrich; Spouse: Droege, Anna Charl; Marriage Date: 18 June 1871; Vol/Pg 15-089.
During the 1800s, many people traveled through St. Louis on their journey west. Some lingered for only a day or two, others stayed long enough to record a document, and still others terminated their journey in St. Louis. This database was compiled by members of the St. Louis Genealogical Society and was based on records in the St. Louis City Hall. The data includes more than 150,00 entries, covering almost 77,000 marriages. Each entry includes the surname and the given name(s) of each spouse, the date of the marriage, and a volume and page reference. The records begin in 1804, when St. Louis was part of the Louisiana Purchase, progress through Missouri statehood in 1821, and conclude in 1876, when the city of St. Louis became an independent city and separated itself from the county of St. Louis.
1. Immigration; 1850, New York, New York, USA. 8 From Bremen, USA
2. Occupation: Baker, Confectioner, 1873-1879, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA. 9
John married Anna Charl DROEGE, daughter of John DROEGE and Elisabeth MOHR, on 18 Jun 1871 in St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 1. (Anna Charl DROEGE was born on 20 Jan 1854 in Muenster, Prussia, Germany, christened in Lurup, Prussia, Germany, died on 26 May 1913 in St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 10 and was buried on 29 May 1913 in Cemetery, Bellefontaine, Z96 199, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 11.) The cause of her death was cerebral Hemorrhage, Mitral Regurgitation.