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  John Fred William Riepe & Anna Wilhelmina [Luetger] Riepe Joseph Creighton Riepe, Sr. Bertha Fredericka [Riepe] Lord Ruby Fern Riepe & Otis Wendell Riepe Sophia [Peine] Riepe Josephine Catherine [Riepe] Ernst  
 

Immigrant Heads of Lines



Immigrant Heads of Lines
Unidentified Immigrant Individuals
Unidentified Immigrant Groups

 


Immigrants are listed in no particular order.  Known relatives are grouped together, but did not necessarily immigrate together.

not every immigrant is listed - these are immigrant HEADS of lines only - many arrived with wives and children - click on the name/hyperlink for details in the main database.


 Immigrant

Arrived

Port

Ship

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RIEPE, GERHARD HEINRICH (#61)

September 19, 1836 Baltimore, MD Ship Elise

 

Henry married and settled in Baltimore, MD.  He is my gr-gr-gr-grandfather.

RIEPE, JOHANN HEINRICH (#62)

EST 1839-1841  ? ?  

Henry settled his family in Baltimore, MD.

RIEPE, WILHELM (#2998)

abt. 1847 ? ?  

It is not known exactly what year William immigrated to America.  His wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Ellen, immigrated with him.  Per the 1910 census, Ellen states she immigrated in 1847.  William and his family settled in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH.

RIEPE, GERHARD HEINRICH (#3120)

bef. 1848 ? ?  

It is not known exactly what year Henry immigrated to America. He settled in Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#2884)

May 17, 1848 New Orleans, LA Ship Elizabeth

William immigrated with his wife, CATHERINE LOUISE WILHELMINE MUEGGE, and their 6 children.  The family settled in Boeuff, Franklin Co., MO.

RIEPE, JOHANN HEINRICH (#2682)

1849/1850  ? ?  

It is not known exactly what year Henry immigrated to America.  In the 1900 Census, he states he immigrated in 1850; in the 1910 Census, his year of immigration is listed as 1849.  He first settled in Philadelphia, PA, where he married Mary Elizabeth [Unknown] and worked as a confectioner.  By 1870, the family had moved to Buffalo, Erie Co., NY.  It appears Henry fathered a child by his 2nd wife while still in PA, and a 2nd child of his was born to her in Buffalo in 1869, though Henry appears in the 1870 census with his 1st wife and their children.  Apparently, Henry and Mary parted ways, as he appears in the 1880 census living with his 2nd wife and 2nd family of children, while Mary appears living with her children.  In addition, Henry seems to have changed the spelling of his last name to REIPE during this time.  His naturalization record in Philadelphia (May 1, 1856) has his name spelled RIEPE, while all census from 1880 on and SS information for his children and grandchildren from his 2nd marriage, have it spelled REIPE.  His son, Frank, by his 1st marriage, also worked as confectioner in Buffalo.  Perhaps, Henry changed the spelling to REIPE to differentiate his business from his son's.  Or was there a major "falling out" in the family and the name was changed to disassociate himself from his 1st family??  Mysteries abound. Any one with info, please let me know.

RIEPE, PETER FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#43)

1850 ? ?  



William married LOUISA POSSNER in Baltimore, MD in 1854, and their first child was born there in 1855.  He also is known to have lived awhile in the Cleveland, OH area, before ultimately settling in Davenport, Scott Co., IA.

RIEPE, LOTHAR (#328)

1850 ? ?  

William's brother. Lothar immigrated to America in 1850.  He married twice in Baltimore, MD where he settled and worked as a dealer of horse feed and as a grocer.

RIEPE, MARIA (#2821)

1850 ? ?  



Marie immigrated with her husband, H. FRIEDRICH SCHMIDT, and their eldest child, Ernest Hugo Schmidt.  She and her family lived for several years in Baltimore, MD, near her brother, Lothar. Circa late 1860's, Marie and her family moved to Davenport, IA where her other brothers, William and Leonhard, had settled.

RIEPE, CARL EWALD (#1568)

April 25, 1880

Baltimore, MD S.S. Strassburg

Ewald married ELIESE J. HASCH in Davenport, Scott Co., IA, where he settled with other members of his family who had previously immigrated.

RIEPE, LEONHARD (#1211)

October 27, 1881

Baltimore, MD

S.S. Weser

Leonhard immigrated to America at age 62 years with his wife, CAROLINE LOUISE AUFERMANN,  their son, Carl, and their widowed daughter, Ida [Riepe] Arns, and her 2 children, Johanne Arns, age 5 years, and Emilie Arns, age 7 years. The family settled in Davenport, Scott Co., IA.

RIEPE, ALBERT HEINRICH (#523)

November 16, 1851 New York, NY Ship Westphalia

Half brothers, Albert and Henry (next entry) both emigrated with their families on the same voyage of the Ship Westphalia.  Albert brought his 3rd wife, ANNA CATHERINE ILSABEIN WOEHRHEIDE, two children, and a niece - his deceased sister's only child - Louise Kneipp (listed on the ship's passenger list as Louise Riepe) to America with him.  After a few years in New York, the family settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, JOHANN HEINRICH (#1134)

November 16, 1851 New York, NY Ship Westphalia

Along with his half brother, Albert (above entry), Henry immigrated to America with his 2nd wife, ANNA MARIE ("Mary") ILSABEIN WOLLBRINK, and his 4 children.  After a few years in Niagara Co., NY, he and his family settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, HERMAN (#529)

1851 ? ?  

Albert's half-brother and Henry's full brother, Herman, immigrated with his wife, ANNA ENGELBRECHT, and lived for a few years in New York, where two of their children were born.  Soon after, the family settled in Des Moines Co. IA.

RIEPE, ANNA MARGERITE KATHERINE (#1954)

1853 ? ?  

Katherine married HERMAN HEINRICH GOESSLING in 1831 in Prussia.  They settled in Des Moines Co., IA with other family members.

RIEPE, PETER HEINRICH (#1955)

May 1, 1854 New York, NY Ship Meta

Albert's half-brother and Henry's full brother, Peter, immigrated to America with his wife, HANNA ("ANNA") FRIEDERIKE MARIE BRINKHOFF, and their first two children, Albert and Henry.  Peter settled his family in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, HARMON CHRISTOPH (#2257)

abt. 1850/51 ? ?  

Herman immigrated to America sometime before December 1851.  He married MARIA ANNA CATHERINE MITTENDORF in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH on December 3, 1851, and their first child was born there in 1852.  Circa late 1850's he moved his family to Massac Co., IL where his brother, Fritz, and his family also settled.

RIEPE, HEINRICH FRIEDRICH HARMAN (#1985)

May 23, 1860 New Orleans, LA Bark New Orleans

Fritz immigrated to America with his wife, LUISE SOPHIA ("Sophie") SCHROEDER, and 5 children.  Fritz settled his family in Massac Co., IL.  Interestingly, this is the only Riepe family I have found, thus far, that traveled as cabin passengers; all others traveled in steerage.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#336)

bef. 1852

? ?  

It is not known exactly what year Fred immigrated to America.  His sister, Hanna (next entry), apparently immigrated in 1852 upon Fred's advice, so it is assumed Fred immigrated prior to 1852.  He settled in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where he married FRIEDERIKE HENRIETTA SCHROEDER on August 5, 1857.

RIEPE, JOHANNA FREDERICKA (#405)

November 18, 1852 New Orleans, LA Ship Carnatic

Hannah celebrated her 18th birthday while en route to America.  Her brother, known as "Hemy", had previously emigrated and was living in Quincy, Adams, Co. IL.  Due to Hannah's poor health, her brother convinced the family that Hannah would do well to come to America.  She first settled in Quincy with her brother, and was married in Quincy in 1857 to PETER HENRY WEHMEYER.  Hannah and her husband remained in Quincy until the end of the Civil War, when they purchased a farm in Marion Co., MO, where they then moved.  Ironically, Hannah's brother proved right by saying she would do better here in America . . . Hannah ended up living a VERY long life!  She is one of our "Notable Riepes".

RIEPE, HEINRICH DANIEL (#2602) 

May 12, 1852 New York, NY Ship Falcon

Per his obituary, Henry immigrated at age 13 years (approx. 1840) with his parents and brother, however this has proved to be incorrect information.  On his passport application in 1894, Henry stated he immigrated in 1852 on the ship "Falcon".  The passenger list for his voyage has been located, with Henry listed as "Henrix Dl. Reep"(!). Henry married ELEONORA MARCKER, and settled in Bergen Co., NJ.  Henry's brother, Frederick (next entry) also settled in Bergen Co.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#778)

abt. 1840 ? ?  

It is not known exactly what year Frederick immigrated to America.  He married MARGARET KOHLERBACKER and settled in Bergen Co., NJ., near his brother, Henry (above entry).

RIEPE, MARY (#2334)

abt. 1853 ? ?  

Eldest child of Johann Christian Friedrich Riepe and Margaret Take, Mary married HENRY BENNE in Prussia.  Per family information, the two apparently immigrated to America in 1853, though census information indicates Mary immigrated in 1851 or 1852.  They also apparently brought with them Mary's younger brother, Peter, and settled in Des Moines Co., IA.  Mary and Peter's parents and siblings apparently followed in 1855.  Peter eventually moved to Kansas in 1883.

RIEPE, PETER HEINRICH (#1839)

abt. 1853 ? ?  

Peter apparently immigrated with his sister, Mary and her husband - see above entry.  Peter settled first in Des Moines Co., IA, and later moved to Kansas in 1883.?

RIEPE, JOHANN CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH (#607)

1855 ? ?  

Christian immigrated with his wife, ANNE MARGARETHE ILSABEIN TAKE.  Two of Christian's children immigrated a year earlier - Mary and Peter (above). The family settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

possible additional family member ---

RIEPE, MARIE (#2824)

1855 ? ?  

Per the 1900 Census, Marie immigrated in 1855.  She and her husband, JACOB YOUNG (JUNG), settled in Des Moines Co., IA.  Marie is buried in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Burlington, Des Moines Co., IA. with JOHANN CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH RIEPE (#607) and his family (see above entry) and it is suspected she may have been related to Christian. Note she also apparently immigrated the same year as Christian - did they immigrated together??

RIEPE, CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH (#3067)

June 1, 1854 New Orleans, LA Ship Johann Smidt

Christian immigrated with his wife, LOUISE WEISENBURG, and their 4 children in 1854. By 1860, their 2 sons, FRIEDRICH WILHELM RIEPE (#1412) and HEINRICH CHRISTIAN RIEPE (#332), were each living with separate families in Mason Co., IL.  No trace has been found in this census, or any later ones, of Christian, Louise, or their two daughters.  I suspect they most likely died before 1860 and the boys were then raised by other families, perhaps relatives or friends, in Mason Co., IL. Both boys married and settled there.

NIEDERSCHACHTSIEK or RIEPE, JOHANN PETER HEINRICH (#3459)

November 8, 1855 New Orleans, LA Bark Eberhard

Peter immigrated in 1855 with his 3rd wife, HANNE FRIEDERIKE LOUISE HECKEMANN (#3713), their first child, and 2 of Peter's children from his 1st marriage.  His 2 children from his 2nd marriage died young in Prussia.  They stated they were from Stedefreund, and their destination was St. Louis, MO.  One of Peter's daughters who immigrated with the family, Wilhelmine, married JACOB SCHNELLER and settled in New Orleans, LA.  Peter and the rest of his family settled in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.  ** I am currently updating new information regarding this family in the database - the various surnames involved and census information, etc.  It is a bit confusing, so will take a little time to complete.

RIEPE, BENHARD HEINRICH (#48)

1854 ? ?  

Barney immigrated to America in 1854 and married LOUISE WILHELMINA CHARLOTTE KLEEMEYER in 1865 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.  He and his family later settled in Arapahoe, Furnas Co., NE.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILLIAM (#4070)

bef. 1869 ? ?  

Fritz married FRIEDERICA HENRIETTA VOGELSANG on January 30, 1869, in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where they settled.

RIEPE, ANNE CAROLINE LISETTE (#397)

1862-1868

? ?  

It is unclear what year Carrie immigrated to America.  In the 1900 census, she is listed as immigrating in 1868; in the 1910 census, 1866, and in the 1920 census, 1862.  Carrie married HEINRICH F. HERMESMEIER in August 1867, in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where they settled.

RIEPE, HANNE FRIEDERIKE (#2706)

bef. 1875

? ?  

Hannah married Edward H. Benne in Adams Co., IL, April 2, 1875.  They settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, ANNE CATHERINE ELISABETH (#304)

1872 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Annie immigrated to America in 1872.  She married JOHANN HEINRICH FLEER in November 1873, in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where they settled.

RIEPE, HEINRICH (#3270)

? ? ?   ?

No additional information is currently available.

RIEPE, FREDERICK (#3271)

? ? ?   ?

No additional information is currently available.

RIEPE, EDWARD (#3272)

? ? ?   ?

No additional information is currently available.

RIEPE, CHARLOTTE SOPHIA [KRAEMER] (#3265)

1854 ? ?  

Sophie married FRIEDRICH WILHELM RIEPE ("which" Friedrich Wilhelm Riepe is unknown) December 26, 1851 in Rheda, Prussia. They had 2 children - Sophie Elise Riepe, born November 23, 1852, and a second child, name and gender unknown.  The family apparently immigrated to America in 1854.  On the voyage, Sophie lost one of her children, and immediately upon their arrival in America, her husband and second child also died.  She moved to Havana, Mason Co., IL, where she married BARNHARD WIEMER in 1855 and started a 2nd family.

RIEPE, ANNE MARIE ILSABEIN (#2978)

1855 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Mary immigrated to America in 1855.  She married WILHELM SCHROEDER and settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, ANNE CATHARINE ILSABEIN (#2702)

1862 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Anna immigrated to America in 1862 and lived with her sister, Mary, and her family for awhile before marrying HENRY KAMPMEIER in 1870.  She and her husband settled in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, ANNE CAROLINE AUGUSTE (#2990)

1871 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Augusta immigrated to America in 1871.  She married CHARLES H. TIEMEIER in October 1874 in Des Moines Co., IA where they settled.

RIEPE, HEINRICH WILHELM (#2705)

November 19, 1873 New York, NY S.S. Bavaria

Henry settled and lived with his sister, Anna, and her family in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, HANNE LISETTE (#2953)

? ?    

It is not clear what year Hannah immigrate to America, though it was most likely in the 1880's.  She married Fredeick Luth, circa 1889, in Des Moines Co., IA where they settled.

December 7, 1858 New Orleans, LA Bark Bessel

William immigrated to America at age 28 years with his wife, ANNE MARIE ELISABETH MEIER ("Mina" or "Minnie"), and her 4 children from her first marriage to Friedrich Wilhelm Massmann.  On the ship's passenger list, the family is listed as being from Gehrden, Hanover, Prussia, destination: St. Louis, and all the Massmann children are listed with the RIEPE surname.  The family settled in Callaway Township, St. Charles Co., MO.

RIEPE, BERNHARDT HEINRICH (#791)

bef. 1860 ? ?  

Henry married MARIA SCHNAKE and settled in Pigeon Township, Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN.

RIEPE, HEINRICH (#2877)

bef. 1860 ? ?  

Henry first appears in the 1860 Maryland census living with John and Caroline Smith.  Living next door was Henry Riepe (#918 - next entry) and Anna Marie Riepe Pluemer (#200) - perhaps were they Henry's father and sister????

RIEPE, HEINRICH (#918) and RIEPE, ANNE MARIE (#200)

? ?  

Henry apparently immigrated with his daughter, ANNA MARIE RIEPE.  The family first appears in the 1860 census in Baltimore City.  Anne Marie married  HEINRICH C. PLUEMER in Baltimore in 1854.  Living next door was HENRY RIEPE (#2877) - above entry - related??

RIEPE, JOHANN HEINRICH (#1457)

abt. 1860 ? ?  

Henry first appears in the 1870 Missouri census, living in Castor Township, Stoddard Co. with his wife, Elizabeth Belle Alexander.  The family may have lived awhile in IL, as their 1st, and only surviving child, Edward Levi Riepe, was born there in 1881.

 RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#1461)

October 29, 1860 New Orleans, LA Ship Goschen

Frederick immigrated to America at age 25 years.  He married ANNA MARIE WIBBING in St. Louis, MO on May 13, 1865.

RIEPE, HERMAN A. (#2982)

1860 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Herman immigrated to America in 1860.  He married MARY TACKENBERG, possibly in Prussia.  He settled his family in Des Moines Co., IA.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#1461)

1861 ? ?  

Frederick married ANNA MARIE WIBBING on May 13, 1865  in St. Louis, MO where they settled.

RIEPE, CASPER HEINRICH (#504)

January 16, 1854 New Orleans, LA Bark Fides

Per the 1910 census, Casper immigrated to America in 1854.  He married HANNAH FRIEDERIKE VOSSMERBAUMER in Augusta, St. Charles Co., MO on August 10, 1865.  They settled in Massac Co., IL, near Casper's brother, Herman.

RIEPE, HARMON CHRISTOPH HEINRICH (#415)

bef. 1869 ? ?  

It is not known what year Herman immigrated to America.  He married Johanna Friederika Holtkamp, October 28, 1869, in Massac Co., IL, where they settled near Herman's brother, Casper.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH A. D. (#424)

? ? ?  

It is not known what year Friedrich immigrated to America.  He married Marie Pflaum in New York in 1883, so it is suspected that NY is where he settled.

RIEPE, RICHARD A. (#460)

EST 1867 ? ?  

Richard A. and Henry A. Riepe (below) were apparently immigrant cousins and both settled in Ely, White Pine Co., NV.  Richard is credited with founding the infamous Riepetown in Ely.  He eventually moved to California, where he married MARIA ANNA BENTNER.

RIEPE, ANNA (#812)

1872 ? ?  

Richard's sister, Anna, married JOHANN FREDERICH KAYSER in Prussia. They immigrated to America in 1872 and settled in Sierra Co., California.

RIEPE, HEINRICH A. (#752)

bef. 1880 ? ?  

Apparently a cousin of RICHARD A. RIEPE (above), Henry married THERESIA FRANCES ELLER in Eureka, NV on June 20, 1888.  He and his wife operated the Riepe Hotel in Ely, White Pine Co., NV where they settled.

 

 

RIEPE, AUGUST RICHARD (#47)

September 19, 1908 New York, NY S.S. President Lincoln

August immigrated to America at age 16 years.  August was traveling with his uncle, Richard A. Riepe, who had previously immigrated in 1871.  August stated he was going to join his uncle Richard in Ely, Nevada. August first settled in Ely, White Pine Co., NV, where he married Gertrude C. Leitz.  They later lived in California.

RIEPE, PETER HEINRICH (#1626)

October 3, 1867 Baltimore, MD  Bark Humboldt  



Peter immigrated to America at age 18 years.  Peter stated he was from Hegen (?) (probably Heepen; per LDS search, there were several Venghaus families in Heepen), and his occupation as laborer. Peter traveled with Bernhard Heinrich Venghaus (#3161), his wife, Anne Margreta Ilsabein [Englebrecht] Venghaus (#3153), their infant son, Peter Heinrich Venghaus, and Anne's mother, Anna Maria Ilsabein [Stuecken/Stuckemann] Engelbrecht (#3148). Another daughter of Anna Engelbrecht, and sister of Anne Margreta Venghaus, Anna Maria Engelbrecht (#530), was married to Herman Riepe (#529) and had immigrated in 1855. It is suspected that Peter Riepe was somehow related to Herman Riepe, as Herman and Anna were living next door to the Venghaus's in the 1880 Federal Census, in Benton Township, Des Moines Co., IA.  Peter married Anna Marie Elizabeth Louise Greve on February 27, 1874 in Des Moines Co., IA.  The family lived in Des Moines Co., IA for several years before later moving to Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.

RIEPE, ANNE CHRISTINE (#760)

1869 ? ?  

Anna immigrated to America in 1869.  On February 26, 1873, she married GOTTLIEB DIEDRICH BAECKER (BECKER) in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where they settled.

RIEPE, HANNE FREDERICKE (#308)

poss. 1869 ? ?  

It is not known exactly when Annie immigrated to America, though she may have immigrated with her sister, Anna (above entry).  On May 22, 1870, she married FRIEDERICH WILLIAM MEYER-AREND in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, where they settled.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH (#2800)

June 11, 1869 New York, NY S.S. Donau

Frederick settled in California where he married Agnes S. Garner.

RIEPE, AUGUST (#2801)

April 11, 1871 New York, NY S.S. Weser

Brother of Frederick (above entry), August immigrated to America in 1871.  He also settled in California.

RIEPE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM (#771)

1871 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Fred immigrated to America in 1871.  He married JOHANNE FRIDERIKE MEISE on September 5, 1874 in St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO, where they settled.

RIEPE, FRIEDERICH (#38)

November 11, 1872 Baltimore, MD S.S. Leipzig

Fritz married Sophia Peine in Missouri, and settled in the Village of St. Peters, St. Charles Co., MO.

RIEPE, IGNATZ ANDREW (#1750)

1880 ? ?  

Ignatz arrived in America on April 5, 1880.  He married in 1885 in New York City where he settled and owned a wagon business.

RIEPE, WILHELM (#1320)

August 15, 1923 New York, NY RMS Laconia

William married MARGARET ("Greta") LUCAS and settled in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN.

RIEPE, WILHELMINE CHARLOTTE (#192)

April 18, 1873 New York, NY S.S. Deutschland

Charlotte married 3 times: HEINRICH GOTTLIEB SEHME in St. Louis, MO in 1874; JOSEPH MEYERHOFER in St. Louis, MO in 1881; and JOHN WILKING in St. Louis, MO in 1899.

RIEPE, HERMAN WILHELM (#770)

March 13, 1882 New York, NY S.S. Oder

Herman immigrated at age 23 years.  He settled in Denver, CO where he worked as a tailor.

RIEPE, ERNEST (#1315)

September 23, 1884 New York, NY S.S. Edam

Ernest settled in New York City, NY, where he married Kate Hoffman in 1890.

RIEPE, CARL (#3180)

1884 ? ?  

Per the 1920 census, Carl immigrated to America in 1884.  He settled in Milwaukee, WI.

RIEPE, HEINRICH (#1)

September 12, 1884 Baltimore, MD S.S. Habsburg

Henry settled in Fall Creek Township, Adams Co., IL.

RIEPE, THERESA MARY (#2939)

May 4, 1885 New York, NY S.S. Elbe  

Theresa married AUGUST F. SANNEBECK, probably in California, where they settled.

RIEPE, JOHANNA (#1305)

? ? ?  

It is not known exactly what year Johanna immigrated to America.  She died in 1982 in Bronx, NY.

RIEPE, CLARA (#2693)

1895 ? ?  

Per the 1900 census, Clara immigrated to America in 1895.  She apparently settled in New York City, NY.

RIEPE, JOHAN ANTON (#1479)

August 7, 1902 New York, NY S.S. Rotterdam

John married WILHELMINA TILLMANN and settled in Kings Co., NY.

RIEPE, AUGUSTE V. (#2080))

April 25, 1910 New York, NY S.S. George Washington

Auguste immigrated to America with her fiancé, ALBERT RIEMANN.  On May 7, 1910, they were married in Multnomah Co., OR.

RIEPE, ELISABETH B. (#2902)

October 3, 1911 New York, NY S.S. Kronprinz Wilhelm

Elisabeth immigrated to America with her sister, Johanna ("Jenny"), (next entry).   She married HENRY SCHROEDER, and settled in CA.

RIEPE, JOHANNA (#2903)

October 3, 1911 New York, NY S.S. Kronprinz Wilhelm

Jenny immigrated to America with her sister, Elisabeth, (above entry).  She married Fred Niederwerfer, and settled in CA.

RIEPE, MARGARETE (#2904)

August 25, 1922 New York, NY S.S. Susquehanna

Margaret settled in CA.

 
 

RIEPE, KARL (#1643)

April 9, 1923 New York, NY S.S. Tyrrhenia  

It is not clear where Karl settled.  On the ship's passenger list, he stated he was going to be with his uncle in Wapato, Yakima Co., WA.  His SS# was issued in Illinois, and per the SSDI, his last residence was Florida City, FL.  I have not been able to find him in the 1930 census.

RIEPE, EWALD J. (#3466)

November 6, 1925 New York, NY S.S. George Washington

Father of Karl Riepe (above entry), Ewald immigrated to America at age 51 with his wife, Lina, and their daughters, Pauline and Hildegard.  The family apparently settled in Yakima Co., WA.

RIEPE, WILHELM AUGUST HEINRICH (#1302)

December 19, 1923 New York, NY S.S. Yorck

William married and settled in Ozone Park, Queens, NY, where he owned a butcher shop.  He is one of our "Notable Riepes".

 

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