This page lists the sources used for the article, 130 Years of the Beine Family in America, beginning with a summary of the immigrant family.
Children of August Beine and Christine WalterGerman-Born Children
Emigration and Immigration Records
Auswanderungsakten, 1822-1920; 1880; Düsseldorf (Rheinland) Auswanderungsamt (Main Author), 10, 15 & 17 June 1880; "11977 Bd. 13 1892-1895 KREIS ESSEN-OBERHAUSEN: Specialia 21/5 12000-12005 Bd. 1-6 1859-1880;" Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT (veiwed at Littleton, CO Family History Center 31 July 2001 by Joe Beine); FHL Microfilm #1347229.
Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at the Port of Philadelphia; National Archives Microfilm Roll #M425-100 (FHL Roll #419674); arrived: July 12, 1880 in Philadelphia from Liverpool; ship: SS Pennsylvania; Captain: Harris; 335 total passengers; August Beine and family on pages 1 & 2. Record found by Joe Beine on 20 June 2002 at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. This record is online at: Beine Passenger List at FamilySearch (on 2 images)
Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, editors, Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U. S. Ports 1850-1897 (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1994), Vol. 36, p. 26.
German Church Records
From the Church Books of the St. Nikolaus Catholic Church in Stoppenberg, Essen, Germany:
1900 U.S. Census, City of St. Louis, MO; 1900; Vol 85, E.D. 3, Sheet 9, Line 17; National Archives Branch, Denver, CO; NARA Microfilm Roll #T623-889; NOTE: August Beine (b Sept 1839 in Germany, age 60, coal miner, immigrated 1880, Naturalized); wife: Christine (b May 1840 in Germany, age 60, mother of 10 children/7 still living, immigrated 1880); children: Auguste M (July 1874 in Germany, 25, immigrated 1880, saleslady confectionary), Anton (July 1878 in Germany, 21, immigrated 1880, laborer paint factory), William F (Jan 1884 in MO, 16, laborer paint factory), Frederick (Aug 1890 in MO, 9, at school [Frederick is actually August and Christine's grandson]); Couple married 34 years; 4503 Blair Ave.
1900 U.S. Census, Glen Carbon village, Madison County, Illinois; E.D. 47, Sheet 8A, Line 20; National Archives Microfilm Roll #T623-326 (FHL #1240326); NOTE: August Beine, Sept 1839, Germany, age 60, married 34 years, miner (coal), immigrated 1880, Naturalized; address not given.
Note: August Beine is listed in the 1900 census twice - in St. Louis, Missouri and Glen Carbon, Illinois.
1910 U.S. Census, Looking Glass twp/New Baden Village/Clinton County, IL; Vol 15, ED 11, Sheet 12B, Family #263 (line 87); National Archives Microfilm Roll #T624-236; NOTE: August Beine (age 70, born Germany, Coal Miner, Immigrated 1880, Naturalized); wife: Christina (69, born Germany, mother of 12 children/7 still living); children: William (26, born MO, Coal Miner), Fred (19, born MO, Coal Miner); Couple married 45 years.
Clinton County, Illinois Wills 1907-1928; FHL Roll #1007841; Page 227; Record of the Last Will and Testament of August Beine, New Baden, IL. Date of will: April 13, 1911; date of death: Oct 8, 1913; date of probate: Jan 5, 1914; Spouse: Christina Beine; Children: August Beine, Anna Amberg, Augusta Sauer, John Beine, Anton Beine, William Beine, Fred Beine*, Christina Jakob (deceased); Viewed and photocopied by Joe Beine at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City on 19 June 2002. (*Fred Beine is actually the grandson of August Beine.)
World War II Draft Registration Card
Selective Service System, Illinois State Headquarters (1942-1947). Registration Cards of the Fourth Registration, compiled 04/27/1942-04/27/1942; Series from Record Group 147: Records of the Selective Service System, 1926-1975. Digital copy retrieved from Ancestry.com, 23 May 2009. William Fred Beine Sr., New Baden, Clinton (county), Ill.; Age: 57; Place of birth: Silica, Missouri, Jan. 1, 1884; date of registration: April 27, 1942, Clinton, Ill. This record is online at: William Fred Beine WWII Draft Registration Card
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