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Andrew BAUDER-2166
Andreas (Andrew) Sr. BAUDER-2166 
B. 1 Sep 1863
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 23 Mar 1947
Burlington, Colorado


 1. Christina BAUDER-2153
 2. Andrew BAUDER-2154
 3. Christopher BAUDER-2155
 4. Katherine BAUDER-2156
 5. Mary BAUDER-2157
 6. William BAUDER-2158
 7. Louise BAUDER-2159
 8. Gottleib BAUDER-2160  (child) ++
 9. Ludwig BAUDER-2161
10. Carl BAUDER-2161
11. Bertha BAUDER-2163 (child)  ++
12. Bertha Rosina BAUDER-2164
13. Clara BAUDER-2165
Burial Place: 
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

Archive File:
Family History
1910 Census
1900 Census
Land Patent Grant


Time Line:

Immigrated in
Two Children Born in Russia: Christina, B. 1886 & Andrew B. 1888
Source:  Are You Really a Bauder, p.77
Tina was 7 1/2 years old when she came with the rest of the family to this country.
Source: Are You Really a Bauder, p. 145
Andrew, had settled here a few years before his parent's family.
Source: Story of Gottlieb and Katherine Bauder,  from Kit Carson County History, page 374
In May of 1889, parents, with 2 small children, came to the U.S.
Source: Story of Andrew Bauder, from Kit Carson County History, page 373
They landed in Baltimore, and traveled by train to St. Francis, Kansas.  Someone (perhaps the Wahls) brought them to the homestead site.
Source:  Are You Really a Bauder, p. 77
Third child was born in Colorado -- Christoph b. 1889
Source:  Are You Really a Bauder, p. 72


Pedigree Chart
Johann Martin BAUDER-2432
b. Sep 1812
Pfullingen Reutlingen
d. 16 May 1894
Hoffnungstal, Odessa
Andreas BAUDER, Sr.-682
B. 4 Jan 1838
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 14 Jul 1921
Bethune, Colorado
Andrew BAUDER, Sr.-2166
B. 1 Sep 1863
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 23 Mar 1947
Burlington, Colorado
Christina OTTENBACHER-683
B. 17 Apr 1841
South Russia, near Odessa
D. 25 Apr 1919
Bethune, Colorado
M. 21 Mar 1885
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
Christine WALL-786
B. 28 Nov 1865
Balde, Odessa, Russia
D. 3 Jan 1944
Burlington, Colorado


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Andrew Bauder  --  1947

         Friends were grieved to learn this week of the death of Andrew Bauder, 83, who passed away Sunday morning, March 23.  Mr. Bauder, a resident of the Burlington community for the past 58 years, had been in failing health for some time.
        Andrew Bauder was born Sept. 1, 1863, in Hoffnungstahl, Russia.  The early past of his life was spent there.  On Nov. 21, 1885, while still in Russia, he was joined together in the bonds of holy matrimony with Christina Wall.
        In 1889, the young couple moved to the United States where they took up a homestead 16 miles north of Burlington.  They lived there, working hard and remaining faithful for many years.
        Their golden anniversary was celebrated in 1935, with special services at the Immanuel church in the Settlement.  He was one of the earliest members of this church.
        Several years ago, due to ailing health, they moved to Burlington and made their home with their youngest daughter, Clara.  Mrs. Bauder was called to rest on January 3, 1944.
        Beside his wife, two children preceded him in death, Gottlieb, age 6, and Bertha, age 2.
        He leaves to sorrow over his demise:  five sons Andrew, Christ, William, Ludwig and Carl; six daughters, Christina, Catherine, Mary, Louise, Bertha and Clara; three sisters, four brothers, 17 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, many other relatives and a host of good friends.
        Andrew Bauder was a real pioneer in this vicinity.  He and his wife and family saw good and bad times.  He, in his earlier years here, often had to leave his homestead to work on the railroad in order to supplement their meager income, so they could go on living.  He was a church member in good standing, an honest man and an upright citizen, and was liked by all who came in contact with him.  He remained faithful to the end.  Although in the last years he was unable to attend church services due to ill health, he always gladly received the minister into his home to attend to the needs of his soul.
        Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Immanuels Lutheran Church in the Settlement, with the Rev. L.C. Johnson in charge.  Burial was in Fairview cemetery.

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