Person:Frederick Aunger (1)

Frederick Laskey AUNGER
m. 1829
  1. George Laskey AUNGER1829 - 1852
  2. John Laskey AUNGER1832 - 1924
  3. Edwin Laskey AUNGER1834 -
  4. Frederick Laskey AUNGER1836 - 1861
  5. Renfury Laskey AUNGER1838 -
  6. Emlin Laskey AUNGER1840 - Abt 1920
  7. Esau L. AUNGER1840 - 1879
  8. Elizabeth Jane Laskey AUNGER1842 - 1899
  • HFrederick Laskey AUNGER1836 - 1861
  • W.  Martha Jones (add)
m. 18 Jan 1858
  1. John AungerAbt 1856 -
  2. Elizabeth Jane Aunger1859 - Aft 1937
  3. George Aunger1861 - 1917
Facts and Events
Name Frederick Laskey AUNGER
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Feb 1836 St. Breward, Cornwall, England
Christening[2] 2 Jul 1836 St. Clether, Cornwall, England
Marriage 18 Jan 1858 Linkinhorne, Cornwall, Englandto Martha Jones (add)
Death[3] 11 Jul 1861 Ontonagon, Michigan, United StatesMinnesota Mines, killed by falling timbers in the mine.
Reference Number? 1916

Lake Superior Copper Mine falling timbers

References
  1. Census Record, in 1861 England Census,.

    Cornwall, England, St. Ives Parish,
    Enumeration District 6, page 7, Household 49 (entry for Frederick Aunger, Image 12 of 24. Piece 1527, Folio 7, page 12):
    Frederick Aunger, head, Mar, 25, Engineer at copper mine, born St. Breward.
    Martha Aunger, wife, Mar, 32, born Redruth.
    John Aunger, son, 5, born Liskeard
    Elizabeth Aunger, daut., 2, born St. Ives
    George Aunger, son, 3 mo., born St. Ives
    from Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) :accessed 4 Jun 2011).

  2. Baptism Record, in Cornwall, Online Parish Clerks, baptisms database Record No. 1593795 (http://cornwall-opc-database.org/search-database/more-info/?t=baptisms&id=1593795 : accessed 4 Jun 2011) entry for Frederick Laskey Aunger.
  3. Death Record, in Holy Bible originally belonging to Edwin Henry Aunger, containing genealogical information written on the concordance and notes pages. This Bible is now in possession of Dorcas Aunger, Arcadia, CA.

    Frederick Laskey Aunger, 11 July 1861, Minnessota Mines, killed by falling timbers in the mine.

  4.   In the 1851 UK census, His birthplace was given as St. Brewer. There is no such parish. It is St. Breward.

    Frederick, Martha and their children were living in St. Ives Parish, Cornwall in 1861. Frederick was 25 and an engine driver at the copper mine. His wife, Martha, was 32; son, John, was 5, born at Liskeard; daughter, Elizabeth, was 2, born at St. Ives; and son, George, was three months old, also born at St. Ives. Frederick must have left England immediately after the census was taken, because on July 11, he was dead in Michigan, USA. His brothers, John and Edwin were already there. I have not been able to locate a burial place for Frederick.