I finally got a look at all the posts on Ancestry.com at the local Family History Center. I couldn't find a way while I was there to respond to your entries.
I've found something new that blows some of what we think about these two out of the water. I found a passenger list, finally, where they were on the same ship. They must have already been married as they had their six year old son, Carl, with them. He was 24 years old when they came to America in October 1868 from Boltenhagan, Nordvorpommern, Mecklenberg-Vorpommern, Germany. I believe they left out of Hamberg.
Theodore Kammberg, as it was spelled on the ship manifest, was buried with the last name of Kamberg. His death record shows the following.
Date: 9 May 1897
Caption: Theodore Kamberg Death Record
Description: Theodore Kamberg is my Great Grandfather. This certificate states that he lived in Chicago for 6 years and that he died on May 9, 1897 and that he was a Teamster. He was buried in Concordia, 14th Ward.
You can still contact me at FrekyDeky@gmail but I would prefer Stoney.Friends@gmail.com
It was real nice to real all of your posts once again. Thanks, Janice Martinet