Sunday, May 15, 2016

1920 US Census - Ernst Yunghans

Here is the 1920 US Census for Ernst Yunghans, the son of Julia (Kolb) and Emil Heinrich Yunghans and grandson of Christliebe (Kuehn) and Carl Heinrich Junghans.

1920 US Census - Ernst Yunghans
Ernst was living in Indianapolis, Marion county, Indiana with wife Ruth (Gerstenberger) and their first two children, Ernst and Ruth.   Ernst was employed as a teacher.

Friday, April 8, 2016

1920 US Census - Alvin Yunghans

Here is the 1920 US Census for Alvin Yunghans, the son of Julia (Kolb) and Emil Heinrich Yunghans and grandson of Christliebe (Kuehn) and Carl Heinrich Junghans.


1920 US Census - Alvin Yunghans

Alvin was living in Vincennes, Knox county, Indiana with wife Clara (Kirsch).    Alvin was employed at his father's cigar factory, E.H. Yunghans.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

1920 US Census - Albert Yunghans

Here is the 1920 US Census for Albert Yunghans.

1920 US Census - Albert Yunghans

Albert was living with wife Esther (Brackman) at 1012 Broadway, Vincennes, Knox county, state of Indiana.    Albert was employed as an inspector for bridge works.

Albert was the 8th child born to Julia (Kolb) and Emil Heinrich Yunghans and the grandson of Christliebe (Kuehn) and Carl Heinrich Junghans.

Monday, April 4, 2016

The sons of Carl Heinrich Junghans

I stumbled upon a comment left by Peggy Bailey (thank you Peggy) that confirmed a photo of Emil Yunghans.

Now that I have a photo of all the Junghans brothers that left Germany in the 1800's and came to America as either a Junghans or Yunghans, here they are:

Emil Yunghans
Emil Yunghans, the eldest son of Christliebe Kuehn and Carl Heinrich Junghans.


Otto Heinrich Junghans, Paul Richard Junghans & Carl F Yunghans
Otto Heinrich was the third child, Paul Richard was the fourth (and last) child and Carl Frederick was the second child born to Christliebe Kuehn and Carl Heinrich Junghans.

The two eldest brothers, Emil Heinrich and Carl Frederick changed their last name to Yunghans from Junghans sometime after they left Germany for America.    The two younger brothers, Otto Heinrich and Paul Richard opted to keep the "J".

Unfortunately I have yet to find a photo of the Yunghans/Junghans brothers together or of their parents.

Carl Junghans - World War II draft registration

Here is the World War II draft registration for Carl Junghans, the second son of Paul Richard and Wilhelminia (Schmidt) Junghans and husband of Selma (Frentzel).






Carl and Selma were living in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin at the time he registered for the draft in 1942.    


Update

I haven't been very active in pursuing my research the past few years and have noticed that my entries on the Opera blog website are no longer available to view.    I have deleted the previous link to the Opera blog.   I don't recall which entries I had posted so there are a few that will most likely be forever lost.

With a little motivation I may post the backlog I'd accumulated since my Opera blog posts.


Sunday, October 7, 2012

1920 US Census - Julius Yunghans

While searching for the 1940 US Census, I was able to track down a few previous census records I had been missing.     Below is the 1920 US Census for Julius Yunghans.















Julius (line 92, second family from the the bottom) was living with wife Minnie (Kirsch) and their two children, Marie and Arthur in the city of Vincennes, Knox county, Indiana.

Julius was employed as a cigar maker, most likely working for his father, Emil Yunghans at the Yunghans Cigar factory.    The occupation of daughter Marie is listed as "sales woman" at a five and dime store.

Julius was the eldest son of Julia (Kolb) and Emil Heinrich Junghans/Yunghans and the grandson of Christliebe (Kuehn) and Carl Heinrich Junghans.