Ellen Louisa Hartwig

M, b. 1915

Emilie Hartwig

F, b. 1898, d. 8 May 1963

Child of Emilie Hartwig and Walter Edward Ehrlich

Emma Emilie Hartwig

F, b. 13 April 1893, d. 28 May 1955
  • Emma Emilie Hartwig was born on 13 April 1893 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Herman Michael Hartwig and Bertha Louise Briese.
  • At the age of 22 years, Emma Emilie Hartwig married William John Bretz, son of John Bretz and Sarah Ann Boyce, in 1916 in Queensland.
  • Emma Emilie Hartwig and William John Bretz appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Glenaven. William was a farmer. Emilie gave her address as Jones Gully.
  • Emma Emilie Hartwig and William John Bretz appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Jones Gullly, Crow's Nest. William was a farmer. Their daughter Vera and sons Ronald (a farm labourer), Victor and Herbert, both farmers also lived at Glenaven.
  • Emma Emilie Hartwig died on 28 May 1955 at age 62.
  • She was buried on 30 May 1955 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Children of Emma Emilie Hartwig and William John Bretz

Ernest Hartwig

M, b. 1915
  • Ernest Hartwig was born in 1915 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Sarah Hartwig.

Ernest August Hartwig

M, b. 1892, d. 1985

Ernest William Hartwig

M, b. 1902

Esther Louise Hartwig

F, b. 1905, d. 29 July 1938
  • Esther Louise Hartwig was born in 1905 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig and Sophia Christine Geitz.
  • At the age of 20 years, Esther Louise Hartwig married Alexis Wilhelm Ferdinand Hoppe, son of Hugo Paul Hoppe and Johanna Emelie Minge, in March 1925 in Groomsville, Queensland. On March 17, The Brisbane Courier reported:- "The marriage of Miss Esther Hartwig, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Hartwig, of Groomsville, to Mr. Alex. Hoppe, second son of the late Mr. Hoppe and Mrs. Erb, was solemnised recently at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. A. R. Reuther officiating. The house was decorated for the occasion with masses of greenery and flowers, and festoons of coloured ribbon streamers, while palms were arranged in the drawing room, where the ceremony took place. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a wedding gown of ivory satin Marocain, with sleeves of white georgette, the wide girdle being composed of richly beaded georgette, caught at one side with a cabochon of orange blossom. A bouquet of white asters and fern tied with satin ribbons was carried, and she wore a simple tulle veil banded to the head with a coronet of white flowers. Misses May Hartwig (sister of the bride) and Richa Erb were the bridesmaids. Miss Hartwig wore a frock of shell-pink crepe de Chine, trimmed with softly draped side panels of cream lace, finished at one side of the waist with a sky-blue ribbon rosette, and Miss Erb was gowned in white fugi silk. Both wore hats to match their frocks, and carried posies of white roses and fern tied with pink steamers. Mr. Henry Helsham carried out the duties of best man, and Mr. Andrew Hartwig was groomsman. After the ceremony a reception and wedding breakfast took place, the tables being decorated with asters and maidenhair fern. The bride's mother was gowned in black satin Marocain, relieved with cabochons of jet, and she wore a black hat to match. In the evening a dance was held, and later Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Hoppe left for Mackay, where they will in future reside, the bride travelling in a lemon Marocain costume trimmed with touches of Oriental silk, and a black hat finished with tiny sprays of hand- made flowers and streamers."
  • Esther Louise Hartwig died on 29 July 1938 in Queensland.
  • She was buried in Douglas Cemetery.

Ferdinand Hartwig

M, b. 5 February 1825, d. 3 January 1906
  • Some sources show that Ferdinand Hartwig and Michael Friedrich Hartwig are brothers. Having settled in the same area does indicate they may be related in some way. However, to date no proof of this has been found.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig was born on 5 February 1825 in Zollen, Pommern.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig married Wilhelmine Wedland circa 1848 in Furtensu, Pommern.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland immigrated to Queensland on 10 August 1865. Ferdinand 40, and Wilhelmine 39, travelled on the Peter Godeffry with their children August 14, Caroline 12, Ferdinand 8, Carl 4 and Wilhelm 1. Wilhelm died on the voyage.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig may have been naturalised as early as in 1866 in QueenslandThere are several Ferdinand Hartwigs on the Naturalisation Index.
  • He and Wilhelmine Wedland appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Goombungee. Ferdinand was of independant means and Minna carried out home duties. Their son Ferdinand also farmed at Goombungee as did Samuel Hartwig. Son Pastor August Daniel also lived at Goombungee.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig was buried on 3 January 1906 in Douglas Cemetery.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig died on 3 January 1906 in Queensland at age 80.

Children of Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland

Ferdinand Hartwig

M, b. 1849, d. 1932
  • Ferdinand Hartwig was born in 1849.
  • He was the son of Michael Friedrich Hartwig and Justina Christine Randt.
  • At the age of 22 years, Ferdinand Hartwig married Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker in 1871.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig and Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker immigrated to Queensland on 20 August 1873. Ferdinand 24 ?, and Mathlide 33 travelled on the Friedeburg with Mathilda's son Ernst Schmocker aged 6, Ferdinand's sisters Caroline 25, and Auguste aged 21. Ferdinand's father Michael immigrated with his younger brother Hermann in 1876.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig and Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Koorjarewon (Highfields). Ferdinand was a farmer.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig and Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Highfields. He was a farmer.
  • On 13 August 1913,his wife, Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker died in Queensland at age 73.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig died in 1932 in Queensland.

Children of Ferdinand Hartwig and Mathilde Rosalie Schmocker

Ferdinand Hartwig

M, b. 1898, d. 1 January 1979
  • Ferdinand Hartwig was born in 1898 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Carl Frederick Hartwig and Elizabeth Rose.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at an unknown place . Ferdinand was a farmer.
  • At the age of 36 years, Ferdinand Hartwig married Mary Freda Mengel, daughter of Conrad Mengel and Anna Catherina Riehl, in 1934 in Queensland.
  • Ferdinand Hartwig died on 1 January 1979.
  • He was buried on 3 January 1979 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Ferdinand Julius Hartwig

M, b. 3 October 1857, d. 27 November 1912
  • Ferdinand Julius Hartwig was born on 3 October 1857.
  • He was the son of Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland.
  • Ferdinand Julius Hartwig immigrated on 10 August 1865 to Queensland with Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland. Ferdinand 40, and Wilhelmine 39, travelled on the Peter Godeffry with their children August 14, Caroline 12, Ferdinand 8, Carl 4 and Wilhelm 1. Wilhelm died on the voyage.
  • At the age of 21 years, Ferdinand Julius Hartwig married Agnes Anna Polzin, daughter of Stephen Polzin and Faromka (Veronica) Riebschlager, in 1879 in Queensland.
  • Ferdinand Julius Hartwig and a Pastor August Daniel Hartwig were naturalised in 1896 in Queensland There are several Ferdinand Hartwigs on the Naturalisation Index.
  • Ferdinand Julius Hartwig appeared on the Electoral Roll with Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland in 1903 in Goombungee. Ferdinand was of independant means and Minna carried out home duties. Their son Ferdinand also farmed at Goombungee as did Samuel Hartwig. Son Pastor August Daniel also lived at Goombungee.
  • Ferdinand Julius Hartwig died on 27 November 1912 in Queensland at age 55.
  • He was buried on 28 November 1912 in Douglas Cemetery.

Flora Maria Hartwig

F, b. 1899

George William Hartwig

M, b. 1886, d. 1 July 1960
  • George William Hartwig was born in 1886 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Carl Frederick Hartwig and Elizabeth Rose.
  • At the age of 30 years, George William Hartwig married Janet Marjorie Miller in 1916 in Queensland.
  • George William Hartwig died on 1 July 1960 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 2 July 1960 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Gustav Albert Hartwig

M, b. 1887, d. 13 August 1971

Helena Myrtle Hartwig

F, b. 1913
  • Helena Myrtle Hartwig was born in 1913 in Queensland.

Henry Hartwig

M, b. 1916, d. 18 May 1997

Herbert Percy Hartwig

M, b. 22 May 1921, d. 9 July 2005
  • Herbert Percy Hartwig was born on 22 May 1921.
  • Herbert Percy Hartwig died on 9 July 2005 at age 84.
  • He was buried on 14 July 2005 in Goombungee Cemetery.

Herbert Samuel Hartwig

M, b. 1913

Herman Frederick Hartwig

M, b. 1888, d. 1888

Herman Henri Hartwig

M, b. circa 1867, d. 1867

Herman Michael Hartwig

M, b. 15 September 1863, d. 4 August 1934
  • Herman Michael Hartwig was born on 15 September 1863.
  • He was the son of Michael Friedrich Hartwig and Justina Christine Randt.
  • Herman Michael Hartwig and Michael Friedrich Hartwig immigrated to Queensland on 6 August 1878. Michael aged 50, travelled with his son Herman aged 14 on the Lammersham. His children Auguste, Caroline, Ferdinand and a Mathilde and Ernst Hartwig immigrated three years previously.
  • At the age of 21 years, 6 months and 5 days, Herman Michael Hartwig married Bertha Louise Briese, daughter of Ernst Briese and Wilhelmina Pacholke, on 20 March 1885 in Crow's Nest, Queensland.
  • Herman Michael Hartwig and Bertha Louise Briese appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Douglas.
  • Herman Michael Hartwig appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Douglas. He was a farmer.
  • Herman Michael Hartwig died on 4 August 1934 in Queensland at age 70.
  • He was buried on 6 August 1934 in Douglas Cemetery.

Children of Herman Michael Hartwig and Bertha Louise Briese

Herman Michael Hartwig

M, b. 1900, d. 11 October 1981

Jacob Joshua Hartwig

M, b. 1886, d. 24 February 1955

Children of Jacob Joshua Hartwig and Anna Henriette Pukallus

Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig

M, b. 25 December 1876, d. 3 January 1942
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig was born on 25 December 1876 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Pastor August Daniel Hartwig and Wilhelmine Emielie Amalie Stabe.
  • At the age of 21 years, Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig married Sophia Christine Geitz, daughter of Henrich Geitz and Louise Klinge, in 1898 in Queensland.
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig and Sophia Christine Geitz appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Douglas. Johann was a farmer and Sophia carried out domestic duties.
  • On 11 February 1919 Constable Ernest George Hills was brought before Mr T H Boddington, P M, in the Crow's Nest Police Court yesterday, Constable Ernest George Hills was charged with having on December 15, at Groomsville, attempted to obtain £75 from Johannes Carl Frederick Hartwig, upon the understanding that he would withhold evidence of a serions crime, contrary to law. Detective Senior Sergeant Head prosecuted and Mr F T Brennan appealed for the defendant. The case lasted all day. No evidence was called for the defence. The accused was committed for trial at the sittings of the District Court at Toowoomba on February 28 Bail was allowed, defendant in £40 and one surety of £40 or two of £20.
  • On 12 July 1919 saw his testament to the DIAL engine printed it an advertisement placed by Lewis & Co LTD, West End in the Queensland Times. Johann had said:- "Our DIAL has cut chaff since 1911, and we haven't spent a penny on repairs yet."
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig, as the father of the bride, attended the wedding of Agnes Emilie Hartwig and Walter Stark in March 1925 in Groomsville, Queensland; A description of their wedding appeared in The Brisbane Courier :- "A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of the brides parents, Groomsville recently, when Miss Agnes Hartwig (second daughter of Mr and Mrs JC Hartwig was married to Mr Walter Stark (eldest son of Mrs Gossow, Pinelands) The Rev A R Reutlier, of Highfields officiated.The room was beautifully decorated with greenery and flowers and streamers of white ribbon for the occasion. The bride who was given away by her father wore a gown of ivory satin shiminon richly beaded and finished with a folded girdle and sleeves of white georgette Her simple tulle veil was worn cap fashion caught at each side of the head with dainty sprays of orange buds and she carried a bouquet of white asters and fern, tied with satin stream ers Miss Amy Ward (cousin of the bridegroom) and Miss Vera Hartwig (sister of the bride) acted as brides maids Miss Ward wore a charming frock of white voile inlet willi bands of rich guipure lace and insertion, arid she wore a lady Betty hat to match trimmed wrth sprays of French flowers and fruit. Miss Hartwig's pretty gown of lemon crepe de Chine was made with rows of pin tucks, and she wore a bronze-toned straw hat to harmonise. Both bridesmaids carried posies of coloured asters and maidenhair fern tied with streamers to match their frocks Mr Andrew Hartwig (brother of the bride) carried out the duties of best man and Mr Robert Ward was groomsman After the ceremony a reception took place m the dining room the guests being received by the bride s mother Mrs J C Hartwig who wore a costume of black crepe de Chine and a hat to match. After the wedding breakfast Mr and Mr Walter Stark left for their honeymoon wluch is being spent in Brisbane. The bride travelled in a frock of deep blue taffeta caught at one side with a rosette of ribbon in a contrasting
    shade and she wore a hat to harmonise."
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig, as the father of the bride, attended the wedding of Esther Louise Hartwig and Alexis Wilhelm Ferdinand Hoppe in March 1925 in Groomsville, Queensland; On March 17, The Brisbane Courier reported:- "The marriage of Miss Esther Hartwig, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Hartwig, of Groomsville, to Mr. Alex. Hoppe, second son of the late Mr. Hoppe and Mrs. Erb, was solemnised recently at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. A. R. Reuther officiating. The house was decorated for the occasion with masses of greenery and flowers, and festoons of coloured ribbon streamers, while palms were arranged in the drawing room, where the ceremony took place. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a wedding gown of ivory satin Marocain, with sleeves of white georgette, the wide girdle being composed of richly beaded georgette, caught at one side with a cabochon of orange blossom. A bouquet of white asters and fern tied with satin ribbons was carried, and she wore a simple tulle veil banded to the head with a coronet of white flowers. Misses May Hartwig (sister of the bride) and Richa Erb were the bridesmaids. Miss Hartwig wore a frock of shell-pink crepe de Chine, trimmed with softly draped side panels of cream lace, finished at one side of the waist with a sky-blue ribbon rosette, and Miss Erb was gowned in white fugi silk. Both wore hats to match their frocks, and carried posies of white roses and fern tied with pink steamers. Mr. Henry Helsham carried out the duties of best man, and Mr. Andrew Hartwig was groomsman. After the ceremony a reception and wedding breakfast took place, the tables being decorated with asters and maidenhair fern. The bride's mother was gowned in black satin Marocain, relieved with cabochons of jet, and she wore a black hat to match. In the evening a dance was held, and later Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Hoppe left for Mackay, where they will in future reside, the bride travelling in a lemon Marocain costume trimmed with touches of Oriental silk, and a black hat finished with tiny sprays of hand- made flowers and streamers."
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig and Sophia Christine Geitz appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1926 and 1930 living at Groomsville. Johann was a farmer and Sophia carried out home duties. Their son Andrew Daniel also farmed at Groomsville.
  • On 28 March 1931 The Brisbane Courier reported:- " CROW'S NEST, Mar 27
    After shopping at Crow's Nest this morning, Mr. and Mrs. Hartwig were returning home to Groomsville, when their car, while crossing the line at Pechey, was struck by a train. Mrs. Hartwig was taken to hospital for treatment. Mr. Hartwig and another occupant, received slight bruises and were shaken. The car was badly damaged" [NOTE:- This article may refer to a number of Mr and Mrs Hartwig's from Groomsville].
  • Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig died on 3 January 1942 in Queensland at age 65.
  • He was buried on 4 January 1942 in Douglas Cemetery.
  • He's will was offered for probate on 1 July 1942. He left realty £1887, personalty £506.

Children of Johann Carl Ferdinand Hartwig and Sophia Christine Geitz

Johann Heinrich Hartwig

M, b. 1889, d. 11 July 1982

Johanna Wilhelmine Hartwig

F, b. 29 May 1869, d. 25 August 1900

Children of Johanna Wilhelmine Hartwig and Reinhardt Johann Ferdinand Vonhoff

John Jacob Hartwig

M, b. 1911

Karoline Hartwig

F, b. 1853, d. 1925
  • Karoline Hartwig was born in 1853.
  • She was the daughter of Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland.
  • Karoline Hartwig immigrated on 10 August 1865 to Queensland with Ferdinand Hartwig and Wilhelmine Wedland. Ferdinand 40, and Wilhelmine 39, travelled on the Peter Godeffry with their children August 14, Caroline 12, Ferdinand 8, Carl 4 and Wilhelm 1. Wilhelm died on the voyage.
  • At the age of 17 years, Karoline Hartwig married Jacob Noll in 1870 in Queensland.
  • In 1900,her husband, Jacob Noll died in Queensland.
  • Karoline Hartwig died in 1925 in Queensland.

Katherina Hartwig

F, b. 1903, d. 1903
  • Katherina Hartwig died in 1903 in Queensland.
  • She was born in 1903 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Carl Frederick Hartwig and Elizabeth Rose.
  • Katherina Hartwig was buried on 12 June 1903 in Douglas Cemetery.

Lawrence Percy Hartwig

M, b. 1909