? asked in Arts & HumanitiesGenealogy · 7 years ago

This is an addition to my last question.?

I have all the lineage info for my fathers maternal side of the family. Its the paternal side. I know his name that's it. My father passed away in 87 so I can't ask. I know my grandfather would have been much older than my grandmother. I think he was her 3rd husband. Atleast 20 yrs. I know his name is Lawrence D. Baumgart. Don't know if he had other children. My father was born in 43 the only child ( im the end of the Baumgarts??) so my grandfather had to have died in 46. I know they resided in Oxford, and Omaha Nebraska.

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  • 7 years ago
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    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9MQ-3B6

    we can start with the 1940 census...you can get the summary and view the original image. There are 2 sons living with him at the time.

    1930,with same 2 kids..and wife at the time...notice, his parents are listed as born in Germany but he shows Missouri. That could be an error.

    name: Laurence M Baumgart

    event: Census

    event date: 1930

    event place: Oxford, Harlan, Nebraska

    gender: Male

    age: 49

    marital status: Married

    race: White

    birthplace: Missouri

    estimated birth year: 1881

    immigration year:

    relationship to head of household: Head

    father's birthplace: Germany

    mother's birthplace: Germany

    enumeration district number: 0007

    family number: 35

    sheet number and letter: 2A

    line number: 22

    nara publication: T626, roll 1282

    film number: 2341017

    digital folder number: 4610714

    image number: 00918

    Household Gender Age Birthplace

    head Laurence M Baumgart M 49 Missouri

    wife Cora I Baumgart F 43 Nebraska

    daughter Dorothy M Baumgart F 12 Nebraska

    son William F Baumgart M 10 Nebraska

    son Donald R Baumgart M 7 Nebraska

    Citing this Record

    "United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XQKG-QQS : accessed 27 Feb 2013), Laurence M Baumgart, 1930.

    father seems to be Felix although am not seeing them in 1900 (Joyce and I are running the same pages...)

    name: Felix Baumgart

    birthplace: Germany

    relationship to head of household: Self

    residence: Pleasant Hill, Saline, Nebraska

    marital status: Married

    race : White

    gender: Male

    immigration year: 1868

    father's birthplace: Germany

    mother's birthplace: Germany

    family number: 121

    page number: 6

    Household Gender Age Birthplace

    self Felix Baumgart M 57y Germany

    wife Mary Baumgart F 57y Hungary

    son A K Baumgart M 24y Nebraska

    son Frank H Baumgart M 22y Nebraska

    dau Annie K Baumgart F 18y Nebraska

    son John H Baumgart M 13y Nebraska

    son Carl F Baumgart M 12y Nebraska

    dau Cora Baumgart F 12y Nebraska

    dau Martha Baumgart F 10y Arkansas

    Citing this Record

    "United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MLHS-Y83 : accessed 27 Feb 2013), Felix Baumgart, Pleasant Hill, Saline, Nebraska; citing sheet 6A, family 121, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374867.

    am assuming that Larry is your dad...so I picked up a list of all Baumgarts in the same cemetery...

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&...

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    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3X9-LCM

    go figure...in 1900, the family lived in Arkansas (you can pull the original page of the 1900 census from this link).

    1900 is good since it gives month and year of birth, est year of marriage, and year of immigration

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    and I love me a good marriage record which has both parents of the groom and bride...

    groom's name: Felix Baumgart

    groom's birth date:

    groom's birthplace: Germany

    groom's age:

    bride's name: Mary Limbeck

    bride's birth date:

    bride's birthplace: Hungarian

    bride's age:

    marriage date: 28 May 1876

    marriage place: Gage County, Nebraska

    groom's father's name: Jacob Baumgart

    groom's mother's name: Clara Whefen

    bride's father's name: Martin Limbarck

    bride's mother's name: Rosena Hertzel

    groom's race: White

    groom's marital status:

    groom's previous wife's name:

    bride's race: White

    bride's marital status:

    bride's previous husband's name:

    indexing project (batch) number: M00316-8

    system origin: Nebraska-EASy

    source film number: 1940546

    reference number: Vol A3 p306

    Citing this Record

    "Nebraska, Marriages, 1855-1995," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5ZP-2P5 : accessed 27 Feb 2013), Felix Baumgart and Mary Limbeck, 28 May 1876.

    Felix had several sons..so I doubt that you are the last of the name.

  • 7 years ago

    This looks like your grandfather Lawrence. According to this, Lawrence was born in the US and his parents were born in Germany.

    Name: Laurence M Baumgart

    [Lawrence M Baumgart]

    Gender: Male

    Birth Year: abt 1881

    Birthplace: Missouri

    Race: White

    Home in 1930: Oxford, Harlan, Nebraska

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    Marital Status: Married

    Relation to Head of House: Head

    Spouse's Name: Cora I Baumgart

    Father's Birthplace: Germany

    Mother's Birthplace: Germany

    Name Age

    Laurence M Baumgart 49

    Cora I Baumgart 43

    Dorothy M Baumgart 12

    William F Baumgart 10

    Donald R Baumgart 7

    This could be his parents.

    Name: Laurence Baumgart

    Age: 1m

    Birth Year: abt 1880

    Birthplace: Nebraska

    Home in 1880: Olive Branch, Lancaster, Nebraska

    Race: White

    Gender: Male

    Relation to Head of House: Son

    Marital Status: Single

    Father's Name: Felix Baumgart

    Father's Birthplace: Germany

    Mother's name: Mary Baumgart

    Mother's Birthplace: Hun

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    Household Members:

    Name Age

    Felix Baumgart 26

    Mary Baumgart 22

    Henry Baumgart 1

    Laurence Baumgart 1m

    Source(s): ancestry.com
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