Helene Martha KosakAge: 5418811936

Name
Helene Martha Kosak
Given names
Helene Martha
Surname
Kosak
Birth April 30, 18819 Uhr abends 54 41
Christening May 3, 1881 (Age 3 days)
Note: 114/1881 Pastor: Pipirs, Test: Justine Zieher, Wilhelmine Kosak, Friedrich Kosak
Birth of a sisterWilhelmine Henriette Kosak
May 25, 1886 (Age 5)
Christening of a sisterWilhelmine Henriette Kosak
June 1, 1886 (Age 5)
Godfather: Johann Klemannuncle
Note: 150/1886 Paten: Ferd. Kosak, Joh. Klemann, Friedr. Heidmann, Mathilde Heidmann, Henriette Schlieter
Confirmation August 20, 1895 (Age 14)
Note: 21/1895 Martha Helena Kosak

Emigration November 10, 1900 (Age 19)
Note: First Name: Eleanora
Note: Ankunft: 29.11.1900 (30.11.1900); paid, join a relative: brother in law (Johann Gross)
Note: Mainz



Residence 1900 (Age 18)
Residence 1901 (Age 19)
Address: Butler St.
Note: Ihre Schwester Minna Kasak gibt bei der Auswanderung Martha als Reiseziel an.
ResidenceWilhelmine Henriette Kosak
August 1901 (Age 20)
Death of a fatherAugust Kosak
March 3, 19036 U. Abends (Age 21) Age: -
Cause: Altersschwäche
Note: verh.

Religious marriageJulius Albert KehlerView family
April 20, 1904 (Age 22)
Address: St. Paulskirche
Note: 5/1904; 17236 Marriage License Docket 14. April 1904
Birth of a daughter
#1
Amilda Henretta “Mildred” Koehler
October 3, 1905 (Age 24)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Martha Natalie Koehler
September 7, 1907 (Age 26)
Birth of a son
#3
Julius Albert Arnold Koehler
January 17, 1910 (Age 28)
Death of a sonJulius Albert Arnold Koehler
March 14, 1911 (Age 29)
Birth of a son
#4
Bruno Koehler
July 17, 1911 (Age 30)
Death of a sonBruno Koehler
April 12, 1912 (Age 30)
Birth of a son
#5
Wilbert Friedrick Koehler
February 20, 1913 (Age 31)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Ruth Helen Koehler
March 18, 1915 (Age 33)
Birth of a daughter
#7
Selma Bertha “Bobbie” Koehler
June 2, 1917 (Age 36)
Death of a brotherGustav Albert Kosak
November 9, 1918 (Age 37) Age: 38 J.
Address: Jones & Laughlin
Cause: Betriebsunfall
Note: Industrial Accidents
Note: 176569/13402/1918 Gustave Kassak
Burial of a brotherGustav Albert Kosak
November 12, 1918 (Age 37)
Cemetery: St. Pauls Cem.

Birth of a daughter
#8
Dorothy Irene “Dolly” Koehler
July 18, 1919 (Age 38)
Occupation
Farmer
1920 (Age 38)
Note: US Census 1920
Death of a motherHenriette Wilhelmine Dalchau
February 14, 19225 ab. (Age 40) Age: 82 J.
Cause: Altersschwäche
Note: Witwe Henriette-Wilhelmine Kosak/Kasak, geb. Dalchau


Death of a brotherAugust Robert Kosak
October 18, 19271 v. (Age 46) Age: 56 J.
Cause: Krebs
Note: verh. Robert August Kosak

Burial of a brotherAugust Robert Kosak
October 20, 1927 (Age 46)

Note: 60/1927 Tauroggen
Marriage of a childArthur KnappkeAmilda Henretta “Mildred” KoehlerView family
about 1930 (Age 48)

Residence 1930 (Age 48)
Address: Highway Route Number 18
Note: US Census 1930
Death January 28, 1936 (Age 54)
Burial
Cemetery: Monongahela Cemetery
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: before 1871
1 month
elder brother
AugustRobertKosak.jpgAugust Robert Kosak
Birth: February 11, 1871 44 31Angurklen, Kreis Tauroggen
Death: October 18, 1927Dargaiszen, Amtsbezirk Gauren, Kreis Tauroggen, Litauen
2 years
elder brother
4 years
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
Gustav Albert Kosak
Birth: March 22, 1879 52 39Angurklen, Kreis Tauroggen
Death: November 9, 1918Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
2 years
5 years
younger sister
Family with Julius Albert Kehler - View family
husband
 
Marriage: April 20, 1904Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
17 months
daughter
Amilda Henretta “Mildred” Koehler
Birth: October 3, 1905 26 24North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: March 4, 1989Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
23 months
daughter
Martha Natalie Koehler
Birth: September 7, 1907 28 26North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: November 26, 1990Ripley, Chautauqua County, New York
2 years
son
Julius Albert Arnold Koehler
Birth: January 17, 1910 30 28North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: March 14, 1911North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
18 months
son
Bruno Koehler
Birth: July 17, 1911 32 30North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: April 12, 1912North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
19 months
son
Wilbert Friedrick Koehler
Birth: February 20, 1913 33 31North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: August 14, 1996Monterey, California
2 years
daughter
Ruth Helen Koehler
Birth: March 18, 1915 35 33North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: September 5, 2008Erie, Pennsylvania
2 years
daughter
Selma Bertha “Bobbie” Koehler
Birth: June 2, 1917 38 36North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: February 19, 2009Anchorage, Alaska
2 years
daughter
Dorothy Irene “Dolly” Koehler
Birth: July 18, 1919 40 38North Braddock, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Death: November 6, 1999Honolulu, Hawaii

Christening

114/1881 Pastor: Pipirs, Test: Justine Zieher, Wilhelmine Kosak, Friedrich Kosak

Confirmation

21/1895 Martha Helena Kosak

Emigration

First Name: Eleanora Last Name: Kosack Ethnicity: Russian Last Place of Residence: Angurklen Date of Arrival: Nov 29, 1900 Age at Arrival: 20y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Mainz Port of Departure: Bremen Manifest Line Number: 0030

Emigration

Ankunft: 29.11.1900 (30.11.1900); paid, join a relative: brother in law (Johann Gross)

Emigration

Mainz Die Mainz (3.204 BRT) lief am 15. Mai 1897 bei der Werft Tecklenborg als Bau-Nr. 151 vom Stapel und wurde am 8. Juli 1897 an den NDL abgeliefert. Im August lief sie zu ihrer Jungfernfahrt nach Brasilien aus. Im August 1900 fuhr sie erstmals von Bremen nach Baltimore und am 10. November 1900 erstmals von Bremen nach New York. 1903 fuhr die Mainz wie die Coblenz nach Kuba. Grundsätzlich fuhr die Mainz aber nach Südamerika. Mit der Mainz unter Kapitän Max Dietrich (1870−1916) wurde im Sommer 1910 eine Expeditionsreise nach Spitzbergen zur Erkundung eines möglichen Polflugs eines Zeppelins unternommen. Teilnehmer der Reise waren Prinz Heinrich von Preußen, Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin und der Polarforscher Erich von Drygalski, sowie die Professoren Hugo Hergesell und Adolf Miethe. Man inspizierte unter anderem den Wellmann-Hangar in Danskøya. Vor Ort kamen die Teilnehmer der Reise zu der Meinung, dass der Pol mit einem Zeppelin wohl nicht erreicht werden könne. 1912 wurde sie dann nach Antwerpen verkauft und in Dieppe umgetauft. 1928 wurde die ehemalige Mainz abgebrochen.

Residence

Ihre Schwester Minna Kasak gibt bei der Auswanderung Martha als Reiseziel an.

Marriage

5/1904; 17236 Marriage License Docket 14. April 1904

Occupation

US Census 1920

Residence

US Census 1930

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