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  1. Ella M. Hanke: Birth: 13 MAY 1888 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA. Death: 14 JAN 1948 in Queens, New York, USA

  2. Anna (Annie) Hanke: Birth: 28 SEP 1889 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA. Death: 14 FEB 1959 in Queens, New York, USA

  3. Max J. Hanke: Birth: 24 JUN 1891 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA. Death: 10 JUL 1938 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA

  4. Albert John (Robert) Hanke: Birth: 4 MAY 1895 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, USA. Death: 31 AUG 1941 in Babylon, Suffolk, New York, USA


Sources
1. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1900 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004).
Text:   United States of America, Bureau of the Census. <i>Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
2. Title:   Mikki Davis Shinedling - 6865 Kingston Dr., Lantana, FL 33462-3932 (561) 586-6819 - 3/1997
3. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>New York, State Census, 1905</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014).
Page:   New York State Archives; Albany, New York; State Population Census Schedules, 1905; Election District: A.D. 20 E.D. 03; City: Brooklyn; County: Kings; Page: 86
Text:   New York, State Census, 1905. Population Schedules . New York State Archives, Albany, New York.
4. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1900 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004).
Page:   Year: 1900; Census Place: Brooklyn Ward 28, Kings, New York; Roll: 1066; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0505; FHL microfilm: 1241066
Text:   United States of America, Bureau of the Census. <i>Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
5. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1910 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006).
Page:   Year: 1910; Census Place: Queens Ward 2, Queens, New York; Roll: T624_1067; Page: 23B; Enumeration District: 1215; FHL microfilm: 1375080
Text:   Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/research/census/publications-microfilm-catalogs-census/1910/index.html" target="_blank">NARA</a>.
6. Title:   Marriage Certificate
7. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1910 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006).
Page:   Year: 1910; Census Place: Queens Ward 2, Queens, New York; Roll: T624_1067; Page: 23B; Enumeration District: 1215; FHL microfilm: 1375080
Text:   Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/research/census/publications-microfilm-catalogs-census/1910/index.html" target="_blank">NARA</a>.
8. Title:   Death Certificate
9. Title:   Ancestry.com
10. Title:   , <I>New York, State Census, 1905</i> (N.p.: n.p., n.d.).
11. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1910 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006).
Text:   Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/research/census/publications-microfilm-catalogs-census/1910/index.html" target="_blank">NARA</a>.
12. Title:   Ancestry.com, <i>1910 United States Federal Census</i> (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006).
Page:   Year: 1910; Census Place: Queens Ward 2, Queens, New York; Roll: T624_1067; Page: 23B; Enumeration District: 1215; FHL microfilm: 1375080
Text:   Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/research/census/publications-microfilm-catalogs-census/1910/index.html" target="_blank">NARA</a>.
13. Title:   New York, State Census, 1915
14. Title:   1920 United States Federal Census

Notes
a. Note:   ccupation was shown as Brick Layer in the 1900 Census which also indicated he emigrated to the U.S. in 1884 and that he was a naturalized citizen. DPH ......................................................
  Hanke Family Between Detlef Hanke and You Doug Hanke [Facebook]
  July 11 at 1:27pm My great grandfather was named Detlef Hanke. He was born in 1859 in Holstein, Germany and died in 1920 in New York City, NY USA. I haven&apos;t seen this name much before and I just wondered if there was any chance we were related? Doug Hanke
  Detlef Hanke July 12 at 9:37am Report Message As far as i know my father ( 1920-1989) was born in a small town called Schivelbein, which is about 50 miles south-east of Szczecin. This former part of Germany belongs to Poland since WW2. His father ( born in the 1880 ies) was born there too. I can&apos;t say too much about my ancestors.
  I tried sometime ago to find out something about my ancestors but most of the archives in that former parts of Germany have been burned or destroyed during and after WW2.
  There are not too many people named Hanke around here at all. Only app. 10 other Hankes in the telephone register of my hometown Lü beck (population 200000) . So i think the name Hanke is not a name from Schleswig- Holstein ( the &quot;county&quot; around Lü beck) . You don&apos;t hear this name too often in the rest of Germany as well. Detlef Hanke
  P-S.: I hope my writing in english is not too bad and you do understand everything i wrote. I didn&apos;t have to write very much in english since my scooldays ( 30 years ago)
  Doug Hanke July 12 at 11:11am Detlef - Thank you for your reply. Your English is excellent which is good because my German is very bad.
  Apparently, my great grandfather was in Krempe at some point as I have a picture of what looks like a church (this may be the town hall) that says Gruss aus Krempe on the bottom. I have looked this up online and I think it means Greetings from Krempe.
  My great grandfather emigrated to the US in 1884. My great grandmother was Amanda Peters. She emigrated in 1884 as well and was from the Prussia region in northern Germany. They met and got married in New York City.
  My Detlef was born in Holstein, Germany. Do you know where that is located? His father was Max Hanke (which was also my father&apos;s name) and his mother was Anna Pelin. I don&apos;t have much info on them other than their names.
  I have most of my genealogy information online at Rootsweb.com. I have shown a link below to my info on my Detlef if you want to take a look at this.
  There are not too many Hankes here either. I remember once on a trip to Austria where we found a restaurant that was apparently owned and managed by a Hanke family. It was near a waterfall and my son has a glass from there with the Hanke name on it.
  I would enjoy corresponding with you. Doug
  http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dhanke&id=I290
  Detlef Hanke July 12 at 2:49pm Report Message
  Doug - I know a small town called Krempe. It&apos;s about 30 miles north of Hamburg between the river Elbe and the Autobahn ( freeway?) 23. Try Google Maps and you&apos;ll find it . It&apos;s town hall is made of red bricks and has got a small tower with a round roof in the middle. Holstein is not a town but the name of a part of the country. The state&apos;s name where Krempe is, is Schleswig-Holstein. It is the northern part of Germany. If you see a map of Schleswig-Holstein ( try Google maps again) you see a channel dividing Schleswig-Holstein in two parts from the Elbe river to the city Kiel. The part north of the cannel is Schleswig, south is Holstein.The two parts belonged to different dukes up to the 19th century i think. Some towns still have the word &quot;Holstein&quot; used as a part of their name. For example &quot;Reinfeld in Holstein&quot;. It&apos;s just like in your country you use the city&apos;s name and the state&apos;s name too as you say &quot; Denver, Colorado&quot; for example.
  Maybe your grand grandfather was born in a very little village or his parents were travelling farm workers. So they couldn&apos;t name a specific town as his birth place. A lot of this people left Germany and tried to find a better life in the United States at that time.
  Or maybe the man at the registration office ( don&apos;t know the right word in English, sorry) in New York just didn&apos;t want to write down the whole name of the birth place. Remember he had to write with a feather and ink :-) .
  I was in Austria too many years ago. I visited the &quot;Krimmler Waterfalls&quot; with my parents and of cause my dad took a photo of the restaurant and the owner&apos;s name.
  One of my teachers in school told me that the root of the name Hanke should be the profession of the first Hankes. And that means they were Henker. It&apos;s the german word for executioner or hangman. Nice profession...
  Detlef .............................................................
Note:   He is also shown as Detlaf HANKE, Detlef HANKEN, and Detlef HENKE. His o
b. Note:   etlef (handwriting style has l crossed instead of t) Hanke d. 28 June 1920 - male, white, married, age 61y, bricklayer, b. Germany, in US 35y, in NYC 35y, father: Max Hanke b. Germany, mother: Anna Peter b. Germany, residence: 832 Chaffee St., cause: carcinoma of Rectum (operation), contributory cause: myocarditis, place of burial: Cremation at Fresh Pond 1 Jul 1920. Undertaker: Frederick Weigand, Jr., 1602 Metropolitan Ave. (Information forwarded by Mikki Shinedling 10/1999)..................................................
Note:   Brooklyn death cert. #14750 (misindexed under "Delty" Hanke) - Deltef/D
c. Note:   5, witnesses: Alfred Roffregen, Mina Knoop, by J.P. Beyer, Lutheran Minister, 197 Maujer St. Groom: Detlef Hanke, 131 Montrose Ave., age 26, white, first marriage, mason, b. Holstein; Germany, father: Max Hanke, mother: Anna Peters. Bride: Amanda Peters, 131 Montrose Ave., age 18, white, first marriage, b. Holstein; Germany, father: Max Peters, mother: Anna Hoop. (Information forwarded by Mikki Shinedling 10/1999)............................................................New York, New York, Marriage Index 1866-1937Name: <b>Amanda Peters</b>Gender: FemaleMarriage Date: <b>30 Nov 1885</b>Marriage Place: <b>Kings, New York, USA</b>Spouse: <b>Detley Hanke</b>Certificate Number: 3887Source InformationAncestry.com. New York, New York, Marriage Index 1866-1937 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.Original data: Index to New York City Marriages, 1866-1937. Indices prepared by the Italian Genealogical Group and the German Genealogy Group, and used with permission of the New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives.New York City Department of RecordsDescriptionThis index is your first step to marriage records from New York City, Kings County (Brooklyn), Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, and Richmond County (Staten Island). Learn more................................................................
Note:   Brooklyn marriage cert.#3887, Detlef Hank and Amanda Peters, 30 Nov 188


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