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FC: Struewe | Luetkenholter | Sickman | Seikmann | Behrnman

1: Benjamin &Fredericka Struewe | Not sure who he is but I like the picture | Fred & Ben Struewe | Your grandparents | Your grandfather and his brother | Anne Luetkenhoelter & husband | Your mothers sister | Bertha Struewe & husband | Your dad's sister | Sie sollten Leute nicht beurtellen, durch die ihre Verwandten sind

2: William Emery Struewe August 8,1934 | Alma M. Luetkenhoelte Feb. 19, 1894- April 15, 1980 | William H. Struewe Dec. 11, 1859- Jun 1980 | Charolette Feb. 1856-1908 | William Luetkenhoelter 1852 | Fredericka Sickmann 1857- Jan 12, 1909 | Benjemin Struewe Mar.1859- July 14, 1943 | Luetkenhoelter, Luttkehalter, Lutkemeyer They were tailors in Germany Orginally settled in Gasconade Co. Mo. Charolette gave birth to 14 children and only 8 survived. Louise Charolette William Edward August Alma Fredrick Anna Charolette must be of an immaculate conception because there are no records on her maiden name, although she was born in Missouri and both parents were from Prussia William F.was killed by a robber Jan.12, 1948 in Leavenworth, Kansas William Sr. was born in Prussia around 1892 and immigrated to US in 1860. His mother's maiden last name was Seickmann | Streu Streuve | Farmers in Germany before immigrating to US in Aug. 1863 on the ship Saxonia Settled in Napoleon, Mo. Married Fredericka Sickmann in 1882 and together had 6 children Bertha William Herman Ida Wilhemina Ester Adolph Herman Sickman was born in Prussia in 1819 and immigrated from Bremen, Germany about 1848 on the ship Von Humbolt. He died in Napoleon, Mo. in 1892 Wilhemina Berman was born in 1831 in Meinberg, Germany and immigrated to the Us in Aug. 1843 and died in Robinson, Ks Jan. 12, 1906 The Struewe's and Leutkenhoelters were neighbors in Napoleon during the early 1900's | Spa B Familie Fakten

3: Gemeinsame Merkmale der Struewe's | Are only sarcastic when they speak... | Known to have multiple marriages... | Known to use "Grunting" as a form of communication in elderly years... | Plagued with Axiety... | Famous for having family fueds... | Love practical jokes... | Constantly grind their teeth... | Stuborn... | Masters at creating their own catastrophies | Funny... | Workaholics...

4: Struewe | est. 1914

5: Gott ist gut

6: Dad, Thank you for choosing such an Awesome bonus family

7: She is so | Beautiful

8: Me & Gene WIlder

9: Brat | Brat | Child

11: Say | Cheese

15: Jason | Scott | Pride & Joy

16: The girls got the family skills | Erica Nichole | Child | The girl inherited the family attitude toward her parents

18: Kaitlyn | Renea | Mills

22: LOVE | to be | Together

27: Absolutely | Fabulous

28: Memories | Childhood | My | Your scary hand You telling me stories about how you always turn into a were wolf when there is a full moon., and I always believed you Mom standing behind you and popping blackheads from your nose You giving me money for the ice cream man The night someone stole gas from the sewer truck in front of the house The birch tree Stacks of Coke in the garage Walking up to the little market on Blue Ridge Falling asleep on the back of your motorcycle Walking around the block on Crescent\ The time you and Gene come to get me in Platteville, then you peed in a cup in the back of the van, then tossed it out the back door so that the car behind us could enjoy it Riding and falling off Alan's bike and everyone laughing at me You never spanked me You teaching me to drive the little truck in the back yard, then yelling at me when I tried to park it in the driveway and it ended up in it sideways The swimming pool & lots of sunburns

29: You sneaking out the back door after you had said you were going to bed, then scaring the crap out of us when you made monster noises outside the livingroom window. You being furious with me, storming into my room and ripping the phone out of the wall without saying one word Sitting on your lap at the end of the day while you watched the news The white ashtray beside your recliner. You made me great egg sandwiches Being scared to death to go to sleep in the summer and pulling the covers up to my eyeballs waiting for the severed hand that you told me was roaming around Independence and creeping in little girls bedroom windows Going to visit grandma Struewe and the only thing I could understand her say was "Kimmily, my sugar lump" She always had lemon drop candy and a big tin full of bags of sugar in her kitchen and pots and pans on the stove She would always give me dollar bills I don't remember ever hearing grandpa speak, but I remember going into his little garden house and he would always give me cherry tomatoes Mostly, I remember how sad I was when it was time to leave you. And even though we have not always seen eye to eye,, I hope you know how very much I love you May we live happily ever after.... | TheEnd

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