Purfürst Genealogy of the World
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|Name||Ida Francisca Purf |
|Born||24 Jul 1841||Neustadt an der Orla, Germany |
|Immigration||28 Sep 1863||Arrived New York City, New York aboard vessel America from Bremen, Germany|
|Died||17 Jul 1887||Newark, Essex County, New Jersey |
|Buried||19 Jul 1887||Woodland Cemetery, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey |
|Last Modified||6 Jun 2010|
|Father||Johann David Ernst Purf, b. 27 Jul 1802, Neustadt an der Orla, Germany , d. 1 Jun 1866, Kleineutersdorf, Germany (Age 63 years)|
|Mother||Christliebe Wilhelmine Seltmann, b. 21 Jan 1799, Wildenthal, Germany , d. 2 Feb 1888, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey (Age 89 years)|
|Married||1 Oct 1827||Eibenstock, Germany |
|Family ID||F00636||Group Sheet|
|Family 1||Friedrich Liebeck, b. New Jersey , d. Abt 1870, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey|
|Married||Abt 1865||Newark, Essex County, New Jersey|
|Family ID||F01015||Group Sheet|
|Family 2||Johann W. L, b. Abt 1829, Germany , d. Abt 1878, New Jersey (Age ~ 49 years)|
|Married||Abt 1873||Newark, Essex County, New Jersey|
|Family ID||F01010||Group Sheet|
|Family 3||Ludwig Strauch, b. Feb 1846, Hessen, Germany , d. Aft 1910, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey (Age ~ 65 years)|
|Married||22 May 1879||Newark, Essex County, New Jersey |
|Family ID||F01009||Group Sheet|
|Photos||A3. St. John the Baptist Evangelical Church,|
Neustadt an der Orla, Germany.
This picture of St. John the Baptist Evangelical church was taken by the Author during a year 2000 research trip to Neustadt, Germany. Many Purfürst family members who emigrated to America once lived in and around the village in which this church is located. The parish baptism, marriage and burial registers, dating back to 1600, revealed considerable information on our ancestors.
In 1294 the Landgraf Albrecht von Thuringer (The Count Albrecht Thuringa) and his wife Elisabeth, the widowed Countess of Arnshaugh, built a chapel in Neustadt and dedicated it to John The Baptist. Although having since undergone a number of alterations, the structure seen here was completed in 1534 and is said not to have changed since.
The Lutheran church of St. John the Baptist was the family parish for the Purfürst family groups listed below.
* ILLINOIS, Cook County - Arno Walter Purfürst and Wilhelmine Purfürst
* INDIANA, Fountain County - Carl Friedrich August Purfürst and Johann Friedrich Purfürst.
* MINNESOTA, Rice County - Karl Friedrich Ernst Purfürst.
* MINNESOTA, Steele County - Carl Friedrich Herman Purfürst.
* MISSOURI, St. Louis County - Johann Friedrich Jacob Purfürst.
* NEW JERSEY, Essex County - Johann David Ernst Purfürst, Christiana Paulina Purfürst, Robert Richard Purfürst and Ida Francisca Purfürst.
* TEXAS, Harris County - Ernst August Purfürst.
* FINLAND, Helsinki - Carl Wilhelm Alfred Purfürst
See the individual Histories for the geographical locations associated with the families for more information on the family groups.
See the History of St John's the Baptist church for more information on the parish.
See the History of Neustadt, Germany for more information on the village where the church was located.
|Charles Ernest Purfeerst, Sr with sisters Ida & Paulina - 1885|
This picture was taken in 1885 in Newark, New Jersey and shows Charles Ernest Purfeerst, Sr., a.k.a., Karl Friedrich Ernst Purfürst, with his sisters Ida (Purfurst) Strauch, a.k.a., Ida Francisca Purfürst (left) and Paulina (Purfurst) Muller, a.k.a., Christiana Paulina Purfürst (right), of Newark, New Jersey.
Charles, Ida and Paulina were the children of Ernest Purfurst, a.k.a, Johann David Ernst Purfürst and Christliebe Wilhelmine Seltmann.
See history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on Charles Ernest Purfeerst, Sr..
See history of Essex County, New Jersey for information on Ida Purfurst, Paulina Purfurst and their parents.