Carl Braun

M, #615, b. January 1876, d. after 3 November 1914
1st cousin 3 times removed of Sheila Sue Altenbernd
Father*Karl Philip Braun b. 2 May 1840, d. 1 November 1914
Mother*Sophie Knauss b. circa 1849
     Carl was born in Kentucky, USA, in January 1876.1,2 He was the son of Karl Philip Braun and Sophie Knauss.
     Carl Braun was a church organist and piano teacher.3
     Carl Braun was employed as an organist by St. James Evangelical Church in St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA. He was here for a number of years.3
     Carl Braun married Lydia Unknown, in 1900.3,1
     Carl Braun was listed as the head of household on the 1900 US Federal Census at 4648 Farlin Avenue, St Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, enumerated 11 June 1900. Also living in the house were his wife, Lydia, his father, Karl Philip Braun. His birth date was listed as January 1876, age 24. He was born in Kentucky. He was married and had been married for 0 years. His father was born in Germany. His mother was born in Illinois.1 His occupation was School Teacher. He was able to read, able to write, and able to speak English.1 He rented the property . He lived in a house.1
     Carl died after 3 November 1914.4
Last Edited=29 March 2020

Family: Carl Braun and Lydia Unknown


  1. [S1480] Carl Braun household, June 11, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, St Louis Independent City, Missouri, population schedule, town of St Louis City, enumeration district (ED) 19, supervisor's district (SD) 11, sheet 10, dwelling 166, family 194, National Archives micropublication . Viewed at . (Document Source Number: 00615-1900-06-11-01). Hereinafter cited as 1900 Missouri Census.
  2. [S211] Unknown household, 1880 unknown record type, unknown repository address, unknown repository.
  3. [S369] Letter from Ted Braun (#745) (PO Box 330, Pleasant Hill, TN 38578) to Sheila Altenbernd (#172) (unknown recipient address), May 5,1992; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  4. [S1319] Karl Philip Braun Obituary, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, November 3, 1914, page 10, column 5, on August 19, 2017 (Document Source Number: 00011-1914-11-03-01) . Hereinafter cited as Courier-Journal.