Ernest C Altenbernd1,2

M, #1274, b. 22 December 1862, d. 7 May 1922
Father*George Altenbernd2 b. circa 1826, d. 10 October 1888
Mother*Dora Kassaze2 b. circa 1835
     Ernest C Altenbernd was born on 22 December 1862 in Germany.2 He was the son of George Altenbernd and Dora Kassaze.2
     Ernest C Altenbernd emigrated in 1882 from in Germany.3
     Ernest C Altenbernd emigrated from in Hannover, Buer, Melle, Germany, with their parents George Altenbernd and Dora Altenbernd.4
     Ernest C Altenbernd immigrated on 9 June 1883 to in Baltimore, Independent City, Maryland, USA, with his parents George Altenbernd and Dora Altenbernd.4
     Ernest C Altenbernd was naturalized on 26 September 1888 in St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA.5
     Ernest worked Altenbernd Bros. in St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, in 1890.6
     He resided at 2327 Blair Avenue, St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, in 1890.6
     Ernest C Altenbernd married Beatrice M Firminger, in Sangamon County, Illinois, USA, on 18 June 1898.7,2
     Ernest C Altenbernd was listed as the head of household on the 1900 US Federal Census in St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, enumerated 13 June 1900. Also living in the house were his wife, Beatrice M, and his son, Eric Carl Altenbernd. His birth date was listed as December 1862, age 37. He was born in Germany. He was married and had been married for 2 years. His father was born in Germany.3 His occupation was manager at Walkert Township Company. He spent no months unemployed. He immigrated to the US in 1882 and had been in the US for 18 years. He was a naturalized citizen. He was able to read, able to write, and able to speak English.3 He rented the property . He lived in a house. Carrie Klenk was listed as a servant..3
     Ernest C Altenbernd was listed as the nearest relative of Eric Carl Altenbernd on his WWI draft registration card; student.1
He did not attend school since September 1, 1919. He was able to read. He was able to write. He was able to speak English.8 He immigrated to the US in 1881. He was a naturalized citizen. He was naturalized in 1890. He rented his home. His occupation was a farmer.8
     Ernest C Altenbernd was listed as the head of household on the 1920 US Federal Census of St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, enumerated 15 January 1920. Also living in the house were his wife, Beatrice M Firminger, his sons, Eric Carl Altenbernd and Gramont Altenbernd , and his daughter, Helen Ernestine Altenbernd. His age at his last birth date was listed as 51. He was born in Germany. His mother tongue was German. He was married. His father was born in Germany. His mother tongue was German. His mother was born in Germany. Her mother tongue was German.8
     Ernest C Altenbernd was a sales manager in May 1922.2
     Ernest died on 7 May 1922 at 3203 Russell Avenue, St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, at age 59. The cause of death was carcinoma of the right lung.. Beatrice M Firminger provided the information on the death certificate.2 Ernest C Altenbernd was buried on 9 May 1922 in the Valhalla Cemetery located in St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA.2
Last Edited=13 August 2014

Children of Ernest C Altenbernd and Beatrice M Firminger

Citations

  1. [S342] "Altenbernd (#1273), Eric -- WWI Draft Registration"; www.Ancestry.com; unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "WWI Draft Registration."
  2. [S658] Ernest Altenbernd (#1274), Death Registration file no. 16868 registration no. 4489 (May 7, 1922), http://www.sos.mo.gov/, Missouri State Archives, 600 W. Main, PO Box 1747, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, USA, at . Hereinafter cited as Death Registration.
  3. [S661] Ernest Altenbernd (#1274) household, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Independent City, Missouri, population schedule, town of St Louis, enumeration district (ED) 358, supervisor's district (SD) 11, sheet 26A, dwelling 411, family 573, National Archives micropublication T623 899. Viewed at www.ancestry.com . Hereinafter cited as Altenbernd, Ernest (#1274) - 1900 Census.
  4. [S841] George Altenbernd (#2022) entry; Ohio Passenger List, June 9 1883; in unknown series;M255_37 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  5. [S663] Ernest Altenbernd (#1274), Naturalization Index index, Volume 06, Page 306 (September 26, 1888); unknown repository, unknown repository address. Viewed at www.sos.mo.gov.
  6. [S665] Altenbernd, Ernest (#1274) City Directory Index, online www.ancestry.com, viewed on unknown date, viewed by unknown author . Hereinafter cited as City Directory Index.
  7. [S355] Dodd, Jordan and Liahona Research. Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 (database online). Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Index compiled from county marriage records on microfilm located at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah by Jordan Dodd of Liahona Research (P.O. Box 740, Orem, Utah 84059). Specific source information is listed with each entry. The following counties are included in this database. Information contained in this list includes when a county was settled, when the first marriage was recorded, and either where to locate county court records or the FHL microfilm number where you may find information about that county's marriages.
  8. [S662] Ernest Altenbernd (#1274) household, 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Independent City, Missouri, population schedule, town of St Louis, enumeration district (ED) 272, supervisor's district (SD) 183, sheet 11A, dwelling 152, family 220, National Archives micropublication T625_951. Viewed at www.ancestry.com . Hereinafter cited as Altenbernd, Ernest (#1274) - 1920 Census.
  9. [S659] Eric Altenbernd (#1273), Death Registration file no. 24430 registration no. 7308 (Aug 5 1924), unknown repository, unknown repository address . Hereinafter cited as Death Registration.
  10. [S660] Tom Crowder (#1280), "Crowder, Tom (#1280)," e-mail message to Sheila Altenbernd (#172), October 24, 2007. Hereinafter cited as "e-mail".
 

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