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KRAUSE GENEALOGY


FRIEDRICH WILHELM KRAUSE PERSONAL CHRONOLOGY


1897

JANUARY 18

BISCHOFSWERDA, SAXONY

BIRTH CERTIFICATE

Registry Office: Bischofswerda, Certificate Number 18/1897

Friedrich Wilhelm Krause, born January 18, 1897 in Bishchofswerda
Parents: Karl Wilhelm Krause and Louise Anna, born Krönert


1918

AUGUST 27, and OCTOBER 30

Iron Cross, Second Class (Eisernen Kreuzes 2, Klasse)
and Wounded Badge In Black (Verwundete Abzeichen in Schwarze)

Ist Inhaber folgender Orden und Ehr zeichen:  Holds the following medals and honor sign:

E. K II. 27. 8. 18.

Verw. Abz. in Schwarze

Awarded German Iron Cross, in the field August 27, 1918

Vorläufige Bescheinigung über den Besitz des Eisernen Kreuzes 2, Klasse -
Provisional certificate of ownership of the Iron Cross 2nd class

Im Ramen Sr. Majestät des Kaisers -
In Ramen His Majesty the Emperor

Soldat Friedrich Wilhelm Krause, 9. Kompagnie Jnfanterie Regiment Nr. 182. -
Soldier Friedrich Wilhelm Krause, 9 Company Infanterie Regiment No. 182

geboren am 18. 1. 97. in Bishchofswerda Amtish. Bautzen -
born on 18. 1. 97. in Bishchofswerda Amtish. Bautzen

das Eisernen Kreuzes 2, Klasse verliehen worden -
been awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class

Im Felde, den 27. 8. 1918 Kommando der Rgl. Sächs. 212. Infanterie-Division -
In the field, 27. 8. 1918 Command Rgl. Saxon. 212th Infantry Division.

Awarded Black Badge for Being Wounded, in the field August 30, 1918
 

Bescheinigung über den Besitz des Abzeichen für Verwundete Dem Soldat -
Certificate of ownership of the badge for The wounded soldier

Friedrich Wilhelm Krause, 9. Komp. 16. K. S. Jnfanterie Regiment Nr. 182. -
Friedrich Wilhelm Krause, 9. Comp. 16. K. S. Infanterie Regiment Nr. 182.

ist das Schwarze Abzeichen für Verwundete verliehen worden -
Black is the badge has been awarded for wounded

im field den 30. 8. 1918 -
in field 30. 8. 1918

16. Kgl. Sächs Jnf. Rgt. Nr. 182 -
16 Kgl. Saxon Inf. Rgt. No. 182

Part of his Finger on his Left Hand was Lost
(First Left Finger Off at Second Joint)


1919

REPORT OF SEPTEMBER 30

WW 1 CASUALTY LIST - Verlustlisten 1. Weltkrieg
[They appeared as an appendix to the Army Gazette
and were also published in the German Empire Gazette as well as the Prussian State Gazette]

GEFREITER WILHELM KRAUSE II

LANCE CORPORAL WILHELM KRAUSE II

MISSING IN ACTION

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16. Infanterie-Regiment, Nr. 182. 9. Compagnie.

16 Infantry Regiment, Nr. 182. 9 Company

Last name First name Ort [Location]  Ausgabe [Edition] Datum [Date] Page

http://des.genealogy.net/search/index?Search=Search&sort=lastname&max=
50&value01=Bischofswerda&order=asc&listId=eingabe-verlustlisten&offset=200

NOTE: GEFREITER: This rank occurred only in the Artillery service during WWI.

http://www.worldwar1.com/sfgrank.htm


1933

FEBRUARY 24

FAMILY PASSPORT

PASSPORT OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE

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DEUTSCHES REICH REISEPASS

GELTUNGSBEREICH DES PASSES in-und Ausland, Insbesondere Kanada und die Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika

   

   

    

    

Friedrich Wilhelm Krause

STAATSANGEHORIGKEIT: Sachse

  Unterschrift des Paßinhabers

Wilhelm Krause

und seiner Ehefrau

Maria Krause

es wird hiermit bescheinigt das der Inhaber die durch das obenstehende Lichtbild dargestellte Person is und die darunter befindliche Unterschrift-eigenhändig vollzogen hat.

Montreal, den 24 Februar 1933
(der Pa
ß wird ungültig am 24. Febrüar 1938)

Beruf: Revolverbankdreher

Wohnort: Mirlin, Ontario

Fehlen der oberen 2 Glieder am linken zeigefinger

Kinder:

Krause Wilhelm, geb. 15.3.21, in Tiegenhagen
[Sohn: Wilhelm Krause ist am 15.3. 1921 geboren Montreal, den 18 Marz 1936]

Krause, Karl Rudy, geb. 3.9.31 in Tilbury East, Ont.


1936

MAY 4

Awarded The Cross of Honour For Veterans

Im Namen des Führers und Reichskanzlers

Dem Revolverbankdreher

Friedrich Wilhelm Krause

in Merlin, Ont.

ist auf Grund der Verordnung vom 13. Juli 1934 zur Erinnerung an
den Weltkrieg 1914/1918 das von dem Reichspräsidenten Generalfeldmarschall von hindenburg gestiftete

Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer

verliehen worden.

DER DEUTSCHE GENERALKONSUL FUER KANADA UND NEUFUNDLAND

Nr. 158 ......./36.


1938

MAY 25

Certificate of Naturalization

Frederick William Krause - 44524, May 25, 1938

Frederick William Krause
Point Pelee, Leamington, Ontario, Canada
Fisherman
Born Bischofswerdr, [Sic] Saxony, Germany, 18th January, 1897
Citizen of Germany
Married, Wife not-hereby naturalized
Parents citizens of Germany
Age 41, 5 Feet 7 Inches
White, Dark Complexion, Dark Eyes, Dark Brown Hair with Grey
First Left Finger Off at Second Joint
Minor Children: Henrich William, March 15, 1921, born Tiegenhagen, Russia


1981

JUNE 19 - JULY 4

   

   

PASSPORT CK396593
Issued April 12, 1979 - Expiry April 12, 1984

Fredrick William Krause - F. William Krause


1981

SEPTEMBER 28

WILL

"THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me, FREDERICK WILLIAM KRAUSE , of the Township of Mersea, in the County of Essex, Fisherman ..."

Signatures On The Will

Fredrick William Krause

        

 


1983

WINDSOR STAR OBITUARIES

Last Name First Name Maiden Name Spouse Death Notice
Krause F. William   Maria Dec 10, 1983

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F. WILLIAM KRAUSE

DECEMBER 9, 1983

W. KRAUSE dies at 86

Born in Germany, Mr. Krause came to Canada in 1928.

Working on a farm for one year, he turned to commercial fishing and was employed at Crewe Brothers Fisheries, Port Alma, until 1938.

With help from his wife, Maria, and his oldest son, H. William Krause, he began what is now Krause Fisheries, joined by his younger son, Rudy Krause, in 1946.

Mr. Krause remained active on Lake Erie until 1953 when he retired from the water but remained active with all shore duties.

The firm was joined in 1972 by his grandson, Paul Krause.

Mr. Krause retired in 1980 but remained as an advisor until his death.

Surviving are his wife, Marie; a son, Rudy, of Mersea Township; a sister, Frieda, in Germany; six grandchildren and five great grand children.

A son, H. William Krause, died in 1980.

Rev. Peter Janzen officiated for the last rites at the Reid funeral home, Leamington, with interment in Evergreen Memorial cemetery.

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