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Carl Theodor KRIEG - Havelock, Marlborough

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Carl 'Charles' Theodor Krieg (1842-1928)
was born 1842 in Prussia, the first of 9 children (all died in Australia). His father was Johann Gottlieb KRIEG (1810-1901) born Punitz, Prussia, died Manoora, South Australia. His mother was Friedericke Adelheid Caroline SCHRADER (1822-1874). They emigrated to Australia on the Australia, leaving Hamburg 2 May 1849, via Rio de Janeiro, arriving Port Adelaide, South Australia 10 Sep 1849

Johanna Dorothea HENTSCHKE (1847-1921)
was born 31 Dec 1847 in Krondorf, South Australia, the first of 11 children (all died in Australia). Her father was John Christian HENTSCHKE (1824-1891) born Prittag, Silesia, died New Mecklenburg, South Australia. Her mother was Maria Rosina HEIDER (1823-1844) born Liegnitz, Silesia, died Schoenborn, South Australia

NOTES
* Johanna had a sister Hulda Auguste Hentschke (1867-1867)
* Krondorf (4km south of Tanunda) was first settled in 1847 by Germans from nearby Bethany (see link at photo below)

CARL & JOHANNA married 27 July 1866 in Bethlehem Lutheran Church Schoenborn, Barossa Valley, South Australia and moved to New Zealand the following year.
Their first child was born in Wellington, others in Havelock, Marlborough.

their children were:
* 1867 - 1968 Annie Caroline Krieg
Annie married George Frederick JORDAN in 1890
their known children:
* 1891 - 1971 Dorothy Emma Jordan
* 1893 - 1937 Arthur James Jordan
* 1894 - 1951 Albert Norman Jordan
* 1896 - 1958 Herbert Charles Jordan
ANNIE died aged 101

* 1870 - 1943 Bertha Maria Elizabeth Krieg
Bertha married Frederick George BUCK 1891 in New Zealand
- they had a son:
* 1892 - Frederick Charles Buck
Bertha married Corentin Augustin Le TACON 1913 in Sydney
BERTHA died in North Sydney in 1943 aged 73

* 1872 - 1940 Augusta Hulda Pauline 'Mary' Krieg
Augusts married Thomas William COOPER (1866-1940) in 1888
their known children:
* 1890 - 1955 Edward Charles William Cooper
* 1892 - 1919 Edith Marion Cooper
* 1894 - 1895 Thomas Havelock Cooper (aged 5 months)
* 1896 - 1936 Archie Sinclair Cooper
* 1897 - 1991 Dorothy Recorda Cooper
* 1899 - 1978 Albert Francis Cooper
* 1901 - 1980 David Jack Cooper
* 1902 - 1991 Arthur Stanley Cooper
* 1907 - 1990 May Victoria Cooper
* 1909 - 1945 Keith Allan Cooper
AUGUSTA died in Upper Hutt 29 Nov 1919 aged 46
THOMAS died in Akatarawa, Upper Hutt 2 April 1940 aged 74
- they are buried Plot 4 & 6, Block C at Wallaceville Cemetery

* 1874 - 1958 Charles Edward Krieg
Charles married Emily FLOYD (1873-1964) in 1899
their known children:
* 1899 - Charles Theodor Krieg
* 1901 - Arthur James Krieg
* 1902 - Albert Edward Krieg
* 1903 - Donald Ross Krieg
* 1906 - Dorothy Ila Krieg
* 1908 - Robina Joyce Krieg
* 1910 - Richard Kenneth Havelock Krieg
* 1913 - Phyllis Olga Krieg

* 1878 - Louisa Charlotta 'Lottie' Krieg
Louisa married David SHARP 1913 in Glebe, NSW & died Sydney

* 1881 - 1883 Arthur James Krieg
Arthur died aged 20 months

* 1882 - ? Adolph Henry Krieg
Adolf possibly died as an infant

* 1885 - 1915 Auguste Christina Krieg
Auguste married Frank Robertson in 1910
their known children:
* 1911 - Elsie Sophia Robertson
* 1913 - George Athol Robertson
AUGUSTA died in 1915 aged 30

CARL & JOHANNA & their GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Evening Post, 23 August 1916 - Mr and Mrs Krieg who are very old residents of Havelock, Marlborough, recently celebrated their golden wedding at their residence, when a large number of family members and friends were present. Mr and Mrs Krieg were married in 1866 and arrived at Wellington in 1867, and finally settled in Havelock, early in the 'seventies, where they have resided ever since. Mr and Mrs Krieg's family consisted of five daughters and one son, all married, there being twenty-four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
The old couple are in excellent health.
The weather was beautiful for the occasion of the celebration and there were about thirty guests present, all old friends of the family.
The rooms were decorated with red, white, and blue, and the tables with golden-coloured flowers, the flags of the Allies holding a prominent position in the centre of the table. There were two wedding cakes; one was given by their grandson, Archie Cooper, and the other was brought from Australia.
The Rev Mr Heron kindly officiated, giving a short address, and making reference to the high esteem in which Mr and Mrs Krieg were held by the community. Then he made the presentations, which were in the form of two beautifully bound combined church prayer-books and a silver cake dish, suitably inscribed, form the parishioners, and a purse of sovereigns from the family, also many other gifts.
Mr Gorrie proposed the health of the happy couple and family, the Rev Mr Heron proposed the health of the King, and Mrs Sharp (youngest daughter) responded on behalf of the parents and family.
The occasion ended with the singing of the doxology and the National Anthem.
The surviving children are:
Mrs Jordan, Wellington
Mrs Le Tacon, Sydney
Mrs Cooper, Upper Hutt
Mr Krieg, Wellington
Mrs Sharp, Sydney

JOHANNA DOROTHEA Krieg died 9 May 1921 in Havelock, Marlborough
CARL THEODOR Krieg died in 1928 in Lakemba, New South Wales


PHOTO
BETHANY, South Australia

Bethanien and later Bethany, 2km from Tanunda in the Barossa Valley, was established by a group of Lutheran migrants who arrived with Pastor Gotthard Daniel Frietzsche in 1841. Most of these 270 immigrants had come from Posen and Silesia. In 1842 nearly a hundred of this group of migrants were joined by other Lutherans, already living at Hahndorf, to establish the first village in the Barossa Valley on land the local Aborigines referred to as Taninda. About 2080 acres were leased, and later bought, from George Fife Angas to start their new venture, Bethany

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