United States.Turnerism in the United States is an offspring of the German
Revolution of 1848. When this revolution was crushed many desirable
immigrants came to this country. Among them were Frederick Hecker, the leader
on June 26, 2006 at 5:00 p.m. He is survived by wife Terry, children Casey
Hecker Franklin, Mason Frederick Hecker, grandchildren, Jack, Drew and
Madeline Hecker, Brice Franklin, sister Donna Hecker Shearer and brother Frank
Scandinavian and Swiss regiment from Wisconsin and anallIrish regiment from
Ohio and a company of Jews from …go. Some of its officers had fledfailed
European revolutions ofthe 1840s:Frederick Hecker, veteran oftherevolution in
Baden in 1848 ...
that of Col. Frederick Hecker, attempted to pass Krzyzanowski's, it also was
halted by a staff officer. Hecker, who talked with … at the time, said …
was fearful of an attack. It was about 2:30 A.M., and several prisoners from two
To Friedrich K. F. Hecker1 Frederick Hecker, Esq. Springfield, My. 1 ALS, owned
by H. T. Morgan, Peoria, Illinois. 1 St. Louis, Missouri Republican, September 24,
1836. This brief  SEPTEMBER 1 4, 1856 Speech at Bloomington, Illinois1 .
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Federal service on July 8,1861, the regiment was mustered out on August 6,1864
. Colonel Frederick Hecker - resigned on December 23,1861, colonel Goza
Mihalotzy - … on March 11,1864. Colonel Emil Frey 82nd Illinois Volunteer
August 16, 2001, at his home. Born to Ernst and Emma Hecker on July 30, 1911,
in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Hecker graduated from the Des Moines Still
College of Osteopathy in 1936. He founded Lakeview Hospital, the first ...
Colonel Frederick Hecker) ; the 1st and 2nd of Kentucky; the 47th of
Pennsylvania; the 20th of New York (Colonel Max Weber, later Colonel Engelbert
Schnepf); the 2nd Cavalry Regiment of Minnesota (Lieutenant-Colonel Pfander);
the Artillery ...
Colonel Frederick Hecker, its first colonel, and formerly of the Twenty-fourth
Illinois Infantry Volunteers, was, like the latter, almost exclusively composed of
German members and a …go organization. One company, (Company C, the
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Salomon and Boerner is Lieutenant Joseph Riegert. The officer to Weigel's right
with his hand on his hip is Captain Rudolph Mueller, who married the daughter of
the 82nd's first Colonel, Frederick Hecker, and committed suicide in Minnesota ...
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portrait of Frederick Hecker. He wears a coat and tie and has a beard and
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Frederick Hecker belonged to the republican left and was one of the de…es
sent to Frankfurt to create the new German nation-state. Disillusioned and
angered by the pro-monarchy leanings of many Frankfurt delegates, he and his
followers attempted ...
mustered out with the regiment in the summer of 1865, married Colonel Frederick Hecker's daughter, sc…d out a living as a merchant, and shot himself in the
head in Minneapolis just before the turn of the century. Legion Para ...
the Concordia Club to organize a Jewish company for a new Illinois regiment to
be comprised of German and Scandinavian immigrants under the command of
Colonel Frederick Hecker. Col. Hecker was himself a leading ...
emigrants from Germany, among them Frederick Hecker, a leader of the revolt. At
Hecker's suggestion his friends in Cincinnati formed the Cincinnati
Turngemeinde. Cincinnati's example was soon followed by Cleveland Germans.
Jacob Mueller, Karl ...
Marburg to Professors Bunsen and Kirchhoff; how in the eventful revolutionary
time of 1848 he had joined such patriots as Karl Schurz, Frederick Hecker, G.
Kinkle, and many others, who subsequently had to flee the countrv and come to