This page lists the sources used for the articles, 130 Years of the Beine Family in America, and Christina Beine, the Girl They Left Behind, beginning with a summary of the immigrant family.
Children of August Beine and Christina WalterGerman-Born Children
Emigration and Immigration Records
Auswanderungsakten (Emigration), 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 Parish in Stoppenberg, Essen, Germany:
From the Church Books of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Grosseneder, Westfalen, Germany:
Essen Civil Registration Records
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); 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); Probate record names Christina Jakob's children: Christina, Pauline, Clemens and Johannes Jakob; Viewed and photocopied by Joe Beine at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City on 19 June 2002.
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
Verlustlisten 1. Weltkrieg (WWI Casualty Lists). Jacob, Klemens; Ort: Grosseneder, Warburg; Liste: Preußen 206, Reg. o.ä.: Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment 255, Ausgabe (List Number): 462, Datum: 1915-04-23, Page: 6048. Online at: Verlustlisten 1. Weltkrieg, Klemens Jacob (Grosseneder)
* Fred Beine is actually August and Christine's grandson. He was raised by them after his mother Lizzie died.
Compiled by Joe Beine. May not be copied or reproduced without permission.
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