Lutje Johannsen, 18571928 (aged 71 years)

Name
Lutje /Johannsen/
Given names
Lutje
Surname
Johannsen
Name
Louis /Johannsen/
Type of name
also known as
Birth
Note: 1400s to 1866, the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein were both ruled by Denmark.

1400s to 1866, the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein were both ruled by Denmark.
1866, the Austrian Empire ceded the area of Holstein to Prussia. As
1867, the combined province of Schleswig-Holstein was under Prussian rule.
1871, the Schleswig-Holstein became part of Germany
1920, A vote is taken by the population of Sønderjylland. The majority of the people vote to be part of Denmark. The border between Denmark and Germany changes to present specifications. So the country devided is just North of Flensburg / Flensborg became Danish.

Immigration
1882 (aged 24 years)
Note: Arrived in the US aboard the Bohemia on June 22 1882 from port of Hamburg.

Arrived in the US aboard the Bohemia on June 22 1882 from port of Hamburg.
Source: Germans to America Passenger Data file, 1850-1897

Marriage
Note: Marriage performed by A. Wagner at the Ev. Luth. Zions Church
Naturalization
Residence
Address: 194 Belmont Ave
Marriage
May 1916 (aged 58 years)
Death
Burial
Address: 5300 North Pulaski Rd
Family with parents
father
18261912
Birth: November 29, 1826 41 40 Deezbull, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark
Death: July 31, 1912
mother
Marriage Marriage
elder sister
1850
Birth: November 29, 1850 24 29 Deezbüll, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark
2 years
elder sister
9 months
elder brother
18531912
Birth: November 26, 1853 26 32 Langstolf, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark
Death: July 31, 1912Cook Co, Illinois, USA
elder sister
18531930
Birth: November 26, 1853 26 32 Langstolf, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark
Death: 1930Cook Co, Illinois, USA
4 years
himself
Home of Louis and Johanna Johannsen in Chicago, IL
18571928
Birth: December 18, 1857 31 36 Deezbull, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Death: December 30, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
19 months
younger sister
Family with Johanna Mathias Henrietta Dohrn
himself
Home of Louis and Johanna Johannsen in Chicago, IL
18571928
Birth: December 18, 1857 31 36 Deezbull, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Death: December 30, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
wife
Johanna Dohrn
18601915
Birth: April 3, 1860 33 23 Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Death: February 7, 1915Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Marriage MarriageSeptember 6, 1885Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
9 months
son
Frank Johannsen Draft Registration 1917
18861928
Birth: June 9, 1886 28 26 Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: September 6, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
22 months
daughter
Ida Johannsen
18881972
Birth: April 9, 1888 30 28 Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: 1972
2 years
son
Henry Johannsen
18901938
Birth: May 6, 1890 32 30 Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: October 17, 1938
2 years
son
Family with Sarah Jensen
himself
Home of Louis and Johanna Johannsen in Chicago, IL
18571928
Birth: December 18, 1857 31 36 Deezbull, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Death: December 30, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
wife
Marriage MarriageMay 1916
Claus Rathje + Johanna Mathias Henrietta Dohrn
wife’s husband
wife
Johanna Dohrn
18601915
Birth: April 3, 1860 33 23 Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Death: February 7, 1915Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Civil marriage Civil marriageFebruary 6, 1884Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
6 months
stepson
Claus Rathje
18841944
Birth: July 27, 1884 30 24 Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: September 3, 1944Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Hurbert Winkler + Sarah Jensen
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage Marriage1895
Birth
Birth

1400s to 1866, the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein were both ruled by Denmark.
1866, the Austrian Empire ceded the area of Holstein to Prussia. As
1867, the combined province of Schleswig-Holstein was under Prussian rule.
1871, the Schleswig-Holstein became part of Germany
1920, A vote is taken by the population of Sønderjylland. The majority of the people vote to be part of Denmark. The border between Denmark and Germany changes to present specifications. So the country devided is just North of Flensburg / Flensborg became Danish.

Immigration

Arrived in the US aboard the Bohemia on June 22 1882 from port of Hamburg.
Source: Germans to America Passenger Data file, 1850-1897

Marriage

Marriage performed by A. Wagner at the Ev. Luth. Zions Church

Note

At the time of Louis' birth, Friedrichstadt was in Southwestern Schleswig and under the rule of Denmark. Schleswig became part of Germany in 1871. Johannsen's were Danish by culture.

Arrived in the US aboard the Bohemia on June 22 1882 from port of Hamburg.
Departure documents listed Freidrikstadt, Schleswig (Danish spelling Slesvig) as town at the age of 26, accompanied by female (sister??) named Christe, from Altona, with last name spelled same, age 29. Records suggest that Christe died in transit. Hamburg ship records list him as a farmer, age 26 from Prussia (Germany).

Naturalized on Oct 24, 1894, living at 194 Belmont Ave
Per 1900 census, ward 27, ED 826, Jefferson Township, lived at 590 Melrose Street, occupation of coat dealer.
Also, lived at 3030 and 3032 Sawyer Ave, first floor of a duplex up unti ltime of death.
Appears that Louis' religion was Lutheran
Buried St. Lukes cemetery, Chicago, Lot 400, Section 1A