Kruse, George Andrew (Andreas) Kruse, Anna (This may be her middle name) Kolb, Peter
George and Anna came to the U.S. through Ellis Island, and according to the manifest there, went to Sebewaing, MI, to see George's brother-in-law, Peter Kolb.They arrived in the U.S. in April of 1913.
Anna was hospitalized in the ship's hospital before arriving here.According to Anna's and George's youngest son (my father-in-law), Anna passed away and was buried in or around the Sebewaing area.According to my father-in-law, to get to the cemetery, one "goes in town, turns right and it's right there."The cemetery that is "right there" does not have record of Anna being buried there.He also claims the marker for Anna's grave was not at the gravesite the last time he visited the cemetery.He said the grave was "next to a creek" and HE thinks the marker got washed out into the creek.According to another source, there is a cemetery around the Sebewaing area that has moved some of its markers.I would like to know what cemetery she is buried in, and where the marker really is.
George remarried in March of 1914 to a Katherine Damsen and eventually moved to Lincoln, Nebraska around 1917.
Any information about any of this would be most appreciated!