Dembeck Family History & Genealogy

Photos, 269 biographies, and last name history of the Dembeck family, shared by AncientFaces Members.
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Biographies & Family Trees

Most Common First Names

  • Joseph 5.6%
  • John 3.7%
  • Mary 3.3%
  • Anna 3.3%
  • Frank 3.0%
  • William 2.6%
  • Walter 2.6%
  • Thomas 2.2%
  • August 1.9%
  • Edward 1.5%
  • Anthony 1.5%
  • Marie 1.5%
  • Catherine 1.5%
  • Michael 1.5%
  • Julia 1.5%
  • Chester 1.1%
  • Francis 1.1%
  • Daniel 1.1%
  • Charles 1.1%
  • Rose 1.1%

Dembeck Last Name History & Origin

History

Name Origin

Nationality & Ethnicity

Early Dembecks

These are the earliest records we have of the Dembeck family.

Dembeck Death Records & Life Expectancy

According to our database of 188 people with the last name Dembeck that have a birth and death date listed:

Life Expectancy

71.5 years

Oldest Dembecks

These are the longest-lived members of the Dembeck family on AncientFaces.

Other Dembeck Records

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Memories

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Laurelei Primeau Joseph Dembeck came to Canada as a small boy in the company of his aunt, Wilhelmina (Minnie) Kopp (married name Selzer) and his grandmother, Krystina Feller Kopp. Joe was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1889 with no known siblings. We don't know why he came to Canada without his parents and assume that he was orphaned as a youngster. Minnie's husband Michael died, and she remarried to Ernst Klebe. The family lived outside of Winnipeg.

Joe sold shoelaces on the streets of Winnipeg to earn money, and eventually signed on as a farmhand, travelling from Manitoba to Saskatchewan to help with the harvest. Joe married the widow Mantei in Aberdeen, Saskatchewan, and raised a family consisting of her children and the children they had together. After her early death her married young Martha Riege of Winnipeg, and Martha became mother to the Dembeck/Mantei clan, adding two children of her own. Martha also died young, in 1933. Joe survived until 1967.
Dec 18, 2005 · Reply