Family:Kaspar Thiemann and Clara Koch (1)

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ABT Jul 1846 New Melle, Missouri
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21 Dec 1854
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The Thiemanns first came from Saxony, Germany, and settled in St. Charles County, Missouri. They settled in New Melle, named for the town of Melle in Germany where the town founders originated. St. Paul, the Lutheran church in New Melle, contains church records for the first Thiemanns to come to America, and many Thiemanns can be found in its cemetery.

The 1860 census lists:

TIEMAN, Casper 40 M Hannover Laborer
Louisa 28 F Hannover
Lizzie 8 F Missouri
Lena 6 F Missouri
Henry 3 M Missouri

(Note that for some reason William, age 11, is not included.)

The 1880 census lists:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation
Casper THIEMAN Self M Male W 57 HANOVER Farmer
C. E. THIEMAN Wife M Female W 52 HANOVER
Linna THIEMAN Dau S Female W 22 MO
Mathilda THIEMAN Dau S Female W 17 MO
Herman THIEMAN Son S Male W 14 MO
References
  1.   Church Records: New Melle, Missouri (St. Paul Lutheran).
  2.   Deshler Centennial Committee. Book: Deshler, Nebraska, the First 100 Years (1887-1987). (Curtis Media Corp., 1987).
  3.   St. Charles County census.