The family home is bare, the farm no longer cultivated and the men are wacky sub-human individuals. The father Dodge M. Emmet Walsh sits on the sofa clandestinely drinking whisky and suffering from fits of uncontrolled coughing; Tilden Brendan Coylethe eldest son is obtuse and uncommunicative and mysteriously keeps bringing piles of vegetables into the house and finally Bradley Sean Murraythe malicious younger son who cut off his own leg with a chainsaw. The mother of this motley group of men is the dry and brittle Helie Elizabeth Franza church going alcoholic who is over familiar with the protestant minister.
The left from Hamburg on the Copernicus and arrived in Galveston on November 18, Coming with them was Sophie's sixty-four year old mother, Dorothea Markwarth Martens, born February 23, His older daughters were approaching adulthood when the family immigrated and, within seventeen months of their arrival, the three older girls married neighbors.
Henriette, married Christian Henniger on February 14, ; Marie, married William Weidermann on March 4, and Fredericka married August Henniger, who was Christian's brother, on April 12, all in the short span of two months. Unfortunately, Carl Johann Albrecht did not live long enough to see his family prosper in their new surroundings.
We don't have an exact date, but we know he died within a year and a half year of his arrival in Texas, because his wife, Sophie, bought acres in the James Miles League in her own name in March and remarried to Joachim Soellick on February 29, However, more family tragedies soon followed, as Henriette, Carl, Fredericka and her young son all died by Today these graves are unmarked, but it is believed they were all buried in the Henniger family cemetery at Willow Springs.
Henriette left three young sons, and Carl also left a young son, Ernst. We lose track of Heinrich after and do not know his fate.
The Scharnberg brothers were from Bernitt, the same village in Prussia where Joachim Soellick had lived. In fact, Soellick's sister, Henriette, had married their oldest brother.
The three surviving daughters all raised their families in the vicinity of Willow Springs. Marie did not have children, but her sister Henriette's son, Ernst Henniger, lived with the Weidemanns during much of his youth as did his brother, Henry, even though their father had remarried.
Their brother, Richard, spent much of his youth with Ida Scharnberg's family. Sophie Martens Albrecht Soellick, was widowed a second time in Her mother, Dorothea Martens, who had arrived in Texas already in her sixties, lived to the ripe old age of ninety-one, passing away on July 3, She is also buried at Shelby.
Sophie lived to age 82, and passed away on October 11, Her daughter, Anna Scharnberg, and members of her family are buried near her grave at Shelby, as is Marie's husband, William Weidermann.
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Carl was twenty-one years old at the time and his mother was worried that her only child would have to go to war. His mother thought that if Carl Siegismund were married, he would not have to go fight in the war. She invited a special girl over to the house, fixed a big meal and introduced Christiana Malzer to her son with hopes that he would propose to her.
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