15081Re: Albrecht/Borchers brothers
- Feb 7, 2012now you know why i have been confused!!! My mother had said Roland and Otto were brothers NOT Nellie and Otto
Mom had said Otto and Roland were my grandmother's cousins but in FACT they were my grandmother's uncles
Otto was a busy man "visiting" the girl cousins..
Also had thought Otto died in WWII as a pilot but it seemms it was Adrian Borchers that died in an Air Craft
Alos had thought Nellie, her husband Johannes,their 3 children,a servent and a housekeeper were the ONLY ones that were here in states til after 1910... that seems to be incorrect.... LOL
Soo now I am more confused than before...LOL How could Nellie,Johannes and family come here to the states for the first time in 1910 if Nellie was here in states in 1900 census?? Wonder if there were 2 Nellie Albrecht like it seems like there were 2 Adian?
Thank you for ALLLL your help!!
I have looked for Otto as well but have found VERY little about him, welll guess I will keep digging. Kinda funny/sad side note my grandmother gave someone the family history book that was wrote in german......but she never got it back......:-( sure would make this huning Much easier if I had the book. Person who had it was never known......
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bloodhound; Kermit" <tomknox2001@...> wrote:
> Okay - now I think I get it -
> something that you did not make clear previously -
> the ALBRECHT brothers *ARE* the BORCHERS brothers;
> or rather, step-brothers - -
> in short-form :
> August Albrecht married Rose Louise Ashenfelter ca.1868;
> August died 1874;
> Rose Louise Ashenfelter Albrecht married Richard C Borchers ca.1876;
> Rose Louise Ashenfelter Albrecht Borchers died 1888;
> Richard C Borchers married Anna Albrecht (his step-daughter) 1890.
> a regular soap opera! Complete with half-kin, step-kin,
> name-changes, and a marriage to a step-daughter.
> (Were there any adoptions as well?)
> And I had previously asked if you were confusing OTTO ALBRECHT
> with the name that you were requesting of OTTO BORCHERS -
> BUT THEY ARE ACTUALLY THE SAME PERSON !!! LOL !!!
> In this transcript of 1880 census,
> OTTO (born ALBRECHT) is shown with step-surname BORCHERS -
> 1880 Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania
> Borchers, Richard/33:Brunswick:Brun:Brun, Rose/30:PA:PA:PA,
> (), Hannah/10, Idalaid/9, Nellie/8, Otto/7, Carl/6, [are ALBRECHT]
> (), Herbert/3, Frederick/3m/b:March [both BORCHERS]
> Kate Stitzer / 17 / servant
> NOTE: all children are labelled as born PA:PA:PA !!
> So - please correct me if I am wrong -
> Roland Borchers is the son of Richard C Borchers and Anna Albrecht;
> Otto Albrecht/Borchers is the son of August Albrecht & Rose Louise;
> Anna Albrecht is the daughter of August Albrecht & Rose Louise;
> since Otto and Anna are direct siblings,
> then Otto is Roland's uncle;
> and since Otto is Richard Borchers' stepson,
> then Otto is also Roland's step-brother!
> But more than just step-brothers, because they actually *do* share
> some blood (some DNA) through Anna Albrecht Borchers.
> 1870 Philadelphia Ward 20 District 66, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> Albrecht, August/31:Prussia, Rose/24:PA, Annie E/10m:PA/b:Aug(1869)
> This could be the young August Albrecht (age 21) -
> 1860 Philadelphia Ward 17, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> Albrecht, Herman/25:Germany, Georgiana/25:PA, [presumably married?]
> (), Otto/21:Ger, August/21:Ger,
> (), Antonio/3:PA, William/1:PA [presumably children of Herman?]
> Elisa Broadwater / 37:VA
> Jane Ovenhone / 12:PA
> And this could be his immigration -
> New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
> Name: August Albrecht
> Arrival Date: 8 Nov 1858
> Birth Year: abt 1839
> Age: 19
> Gender: Male
> Place of Origin: Apenrade
> Port of departure: Bremen, Germany
> Destination: Philadelphia
> Port of arrival: New York
> Port Arrival State: New York
> Port Arrival Country: United States
> Ship Name: New York
> line 73: Heinr(?) Albrecht 36(?) (place of origin) Philadelphia
> line 74: Maria " 18 (place of origin) ditto
> line 75: Otto " 19 (place of origin) Apenrade
> line 76: August " 19 (place of origin) ditto
> So - does August Albrecht have a twin brother Otto,
> or is Otto his cousin, or is there some other relationship?
> And is Herman another sibling (in the 1860 census)?
> And what about Heinrich/Henry?
> And this appears to be "Heinr & Maria" in 1860 -
> 1860 Philadelphia Ward 10, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> Albrecht, Henry/38:Mecklenburg, Mary/20:Meck, Charles/5m:PA
> - Tom Knox
> --- In email@example.com, "dawn" <hereslooking4@> wrote:
> > This is info i have so far~~~
> > August Albrecht (born abt 1839 died Dec 9, 1874) married Rose Louise Ashenfelter (born abt 1846 died March 20, 1888) abt 1868.
> > They had the following children:
> > Anna Elizabeth born Aug 1869
> > Adelaide born abt 1871
> > Nellie born abt 1872
> > Otto born abt 1873
> > Carl born abt 1874
> > Rose Louise married Richard Carl Borchers (born Apr 1851) abt 1876.
> > Rose and Richard had the following children:
> > Herbert born abt 1877
> > Oliver Winfield born May 24, 1880 died May 27, 1880
> > Frederick W. born 1881 died August 15, 1905
> > Richard Carl Borchers married Anna Elizabeth Albrecht (his step daughter) August 9, 1890.
> > Richard and Anna had the following children:
> > Roland Winfield born Dec 1891 died 1956
> > Adrian born abt Sept 1894 died March 17, 1895
> > Harold Richard born January 8, 1899 died November 18, 1899
> > Victor Harry born abt Sept 1896 died January 12, 1897
> > Adrian born abt 1905
> > Info at Familysearch.org:
> > Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915
> > New York Marriages 1686-1980
> > Census from Ancestry.com
> > 1870, 1900, 1910, and 1920 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> > 1880 Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania
> > Roland and Ethel Borchers buried Lake Memorial Park Monroe (Union Co.) North Carolina
> > The two women that came from Germany with johannes March and Nellie Albrecht were a maid and a governess
> > Martha March was Martha Elizabeth March (it IS spellled this way) her birth certificate and naturalizion papers are in photo section
> > THANK YOU for everyone's help!! I will look into joining PA geneology group...... thx!!!!
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