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Boese and Broschat Photographs.

Julius Boese, born 1825. Photo taken 1899.

Gustav and August Boese, brothers. Restored from photo below.


Gustav Boese and third wife, Maria, and their first child, Erich Boese, about 1915, after restoration from photo below.


Friedrich (Carl Friedrich Wilhelm) Broschat and second wife Maria Schwermer. Children in back: Ernest and Adolph. Children in front: Martha, Paul, and Annie. Photo taken 1898.

Photo taken 1917.
Back: Margret, Frank, Louise, William, Arthur, Richard, Minnie, Herbert, Anna.
Front: Ludwig Krebs (father), Marie (top), Gertrud (bottom), Martha Boese Krebs (mother).


Broschat family headstones, Germantown Baptist Church Cemetery, Wells County, North Dakota.
"The dead are blessed in the Master's death."
(my best translation)

Headstones for Johann Carl  Wilhelm Broschat and his wife, Amalia Frederike Demke.

Headstone for Minnie Krebs Broschat, daughter of Ludwig Krebs and Martha Boese,
and daughter-in-law of Carl and Amalia, above.

Photographs taken by Karen S. McNeal, 9 August 2000. [Sister of Maureen S. Bryson]
Passenger List of the Polaria, landed in New York 21 Jun 1886. [FHL Film #1,027,364]
Gustav Bose 27, worker; Auguste Böse 24, wife; Athar 3, son; Louis 6 months, son.
Carl Pöhlke 26, "worm"; Ida 22, wife; Anna 2, d[au].
Julius Boese 60, farmer; Pauline 65, wife; Auguste 15, d[au]; Bertha 19, d; Minna 13, d;
        Emil 7, son; Anna 4, d; Maria 7 months, d.
Map of Germantown, Wells County, North Dakota; from Standard Atlas of Wells County North Dakota,
Published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co., 1911.