(Johann °John° Peter Bösch/Bosch (Mulsum->USA))


  • Born 2 November 1860 - Mulsum, Stade, Niedersachsen, Deutschland
  • Deceased 21 September 1921 - Payette, Payette County, Idaho, USA,aged 60 years old
  • Buried 25 September 1921 - Riverside Cemetary, Payette, Payette, Idaho, USA

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Individual Note

1900 USA Census says he emmigrated in 1880.

Note ADB 4 Feb 2006: Idaho Death Index lists death as 09/20/1921 and birth as 22 Nov 1860

1900 Census show family in Croke Township, Minnesota, USA

1910 Census state that he immigrated in 1879.

Note: 9-21-2010, ADB

http://www.lemmermann-genealogie.de/emigrantstoamerica.pdf

696 Johann BÖSCH [696], farm laborer, born on 02.11.1860 in Klein Fredenbeck. Amt Himmelpforten: 4 Aug 1880: Johann Bösch wants to emigrate with the approval of his father J.P.Bösch. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Details: His parents were Johann Peter Bösch, Häusling (living) in Klein Fredenbeck, and Elisabeth Anne

Website: http://www.freewebs.com/stjohnsucc/ourhistory.htm

St. John's United Church of Christ: 1909-1918

In August of 1909, Pastor P.H. Tester of Ogden, UT, succeeded Pastor Hehl and served until July, 1910. In May of this year a committee consisting of Carstens, Stohbehn, Casberg, and Ficke selected and bought Lot 7 and 8 in Block 5 of Platt Addition to Payette, for $700.00. This lost was 100 feet by 145.

A committee of H.Hansen and John Bosch collected $600.00 for the lot and $800.00 for a church building. On August 7, 1910, plans were submitted for a building 30 by 50 feet, 12 feet high, with a 3-foot foundation, modeled after the Payette Christian Science Church.

The list of contributors for our first church fund drive (which took place in 1910) is as follows:

Mrs. Heinrich Asmussen

Carl Asmussen

Ferdinand Baer

Anton Diederichsen

H. Ficke

W.H. Klingebiehl

W. Oster

T. Paulson

C. H. Holtz

August Senkbeil

A. Treiber

Turuelson Bros.

Rev. Batzel

Herman Cornelson

Henry Peutz

Louis Nodle

John Bosch

C.F. Broderson

A. Blind

Henry Carstens

Max Gerlach

Henry Hansen

H.F. Henningsen

J. Hoffman

M.G. Riebling

H. Sick

H. Holterbeck

Ben Strohbehn

W.H. Platt

Ladies Aid

First National Bank

Payette National Bank

The Ladies Aid was organized the first day ofOctober, 1910, in the Swedish Lutheran Church with 11 members. The first officers were:

President Mrs. H.D. Ficke

Vice President Mrs. H. Carstens

Secretary Mrs. H. Hanson

Treasurer Mrs. H. Sick

On October 16, thecongregation voted to delete "St. Johannes" from the official name.

Rev. Ernst Bratzel was our first resident pastor and lived in rooms on the third floor of the bank, now theFirst Security Bank of Idaho N.A. His rooms were “gratis” through the courtesy of bank officials.

April 16, 1911, the committee was commissioned to build with $1500.00 allowedand extras, up to$500.00 permitted. One thousand dollars was borrowed from the Extension Fund Board of German Evangelical Synod of North America and an indenture of $1000 was made to Rev. F.H. Freund.

Incorporation papers were filed July 8, 1911. At this time Rev. Freund, of the Washington Mission District was supplying as pastor.

The corner stone of the new church was made by Mr. Griffin and was laid July 9, 1911. To celebrate this event, a congregational dinner and picnic were held at the Ben Strohbehn home. by September 16, the church was readyfor paint and inside finishing.

On November 16, the church was completed and O. Heggemeier installed as pastor. A noon dinner was held at the Deutsche Verein Halle. All of the Payette ministers were guests at the afternoon services, which service was held in English. The amount of the first collection in the newly completed church was $160.17. This amount was applied on thechurch debt. During the services, Edna Henrietta Creswell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Creswell, was baptized. This was the first baptism in the new church.

The December meeting authorized $51.75 to be paid for sidewalks.

In order to repay the Extension Loan Board of the Synod, the congregation voted to issue $10.00 notes, interest free, to be bought by the church members. This $1000.000 Extension loan was paid off in 1918.

Ferdinand Riebling and Anna Horcher took the spotlight by being the first couple to be married in the new building. This event occurred in 1912.

1912 saw the first confirmation class. The class consisted of William Bosch, Anna Bosch, Katherine Bosch, Heinrich Carstens, John Oster, Jacob Oster, Charles Fickes, Lydia Peterson, and Marie Henningsen.

Hamburg Passenger Lists

Hamburger Passagierlisten, 1850-1934 Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934

about Joh Bösch

Name: Joh Bösch

Departure Date: 15 Sep 1880

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859

Age Year: 21

Gender: männlich (Male)

Family: Household members

Residence: Himmelpforten, Hannover

Occupation: Landmann

Ship Name: Westphalia

Captain: Schwensen

Shipping Line: Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft

Ship Type: Dampfschiff

Accommodation: Zwischendeck

Ship Flag: Deutschland

Port of Departure: Hamburg

Port of Arrival: New York

Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 038 B

Page: 981

Microfilm Roll Number: K_1724

 Sources

  • Individual:
    - Kendall Poland - Poland Web Site
    MyHeritage.com Familienstammbaum  Familienseite: Poland Web Site Familienstammbaum: Poland Family Tree - Johann Peter Bosch - 5 JAN 2014 (Smart Matching)
    - Allan Bosch - Bosch Web Site
    MyHeritage.de Familienstammbaum  Familienseite: Bosch Web Site Familienstammbaum: Bosch Tree 312015 - Johann Peter Bosch - 28 OCT 2015 (Smart Matching)

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