Friedrich Blutguth

b. circa 1800
     Friedrich Blutguth was born circa 1800, in Osnabrück, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.

Child of Friedrich Blutguth

Horatio Noble Owens

b. circa 1800
     Horatio Noble Owens was born circa 1800, Rockingham, in Virginia, USA. On Thursday, 11 August 1831 in Singers Glen, in Rockingham County, Virginia, USA Horatio Noble Owens married Margaret Abigail Kephart, age 19. Horatio is the head of a family on the 29 August 1850 Census in Rockingham County, Virginia. Census lists daughters: Mary 18, Sarah C. 16, Louisa 15, Elizabeth 13, Harriet 9, and Lydia M 5. Sons: Thomas 11 and Augustus 7.

Child of Horatio Noble Owens and Margaret Abigail Kephart

Peter Smith

b. 1800, d. before 1870
     Peter Smith was born in Brücken (Pfalz), Kusel, in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany in 1800. He was the son of Nicolaus Smith and Margaret Schaeffer. Peter Smith was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Silvie de Grasse to New York with Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser on 24 August 1835.1 On Tuesday, 29 October 1839 in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio, USA Peter Smith married Rosina Glassner.2 Peter is the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Peter Smith (Farmer aged 50 born in Germany) and Rosa Smith (age 43 born in Germany) are living near Mary Smith (his stepmother) along with Fred Ebbs age 7. On the previous page in the census, Catherine Ebbs age 72 from Germany is living with Peter Ebbs, 12 and John Ebbs, 2 at the home of Lewis and Christine Raber.3 Peter, Jacob, Anthony, Jacob, Wilhelmina, Mary, Christina and William sold property via a quit claim deed from Peter Smith and others to Francis Smith in Erie, Ohio, USA, on 8 March 1855. For the sum of $1200 the Smith brothers and sisters sold 24 acres to their youngest brother, Frank. Peter Smith became Anthony F. Smith's godparent at his baptism in St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 16 May 1858.4 Peter is the head of a family on the 10 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. 1860 Census: Peter, 60, and Rosa, 53 are living with Fred Epp, 14 -- possibly Rosa's nephew and/or an orphan from the cholera epidemics. Place of birth is "Byrne" = Bayern i.e. Bavaria. Occupation = farmer. Value of real estate = $1000. Value of personal estate = $250. On the same census page with Charles and Appolonia Kromer and one page after Anthony Smith.5 On this 1865 map of Perkins Township, the properties of the Smith brothers are marked in red outline. Before 1870 Peter died in Perkins Township, in Erie Ohio, USA.

Citations

  1. [S327] Ship Silvie de Grasse; left Bremen in May 1835 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1835.
  2. [S22] Erie County Probate Court, Erie County Probate Court Vital Records, Peter Smith to Rosina Glassner 29 Oct 1839 Erie, Ohio
    LDS Batch M513961 source call 0954128.
  3. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  4. [S445] St. Mary's Catholic Church - Baptisms.
  5. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.

Anna Maria (?)

b. 1800, d. before 1870
     Anna Maria (?) was born in 1800, in Hitzhausen, Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. Circa 1820 in Hitzhausen, Ostercappeln, in Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany, Anna Maria (?) married Henry Mehring, son of Gerhard Henry Mehring and Anna Maria Juliana Hubntemann. As of circa 1820, her married name was Anna Maria Mehring (-). Anna Maria (?) was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Charles Ferdinand to C.H. Mehring from Ostercappel with wife and three children: one 8-12, one 4-8 and one 1- 4 with Henry Mehring and Anna Maria (?) on 17 September 1833.1 She is listed as Henry Mehring's wife on the 1840 Census in Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio. On Thursday, 4 June 1840 in Holy Trinity in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, Anna Maria (?) witnessed the marriage of John Rieman and Clara Mehring. The listing reads John Henry Riemann to Mary Clara Mehrig. The marriage was performed by Fr. Martin Henni. Witnesses Anna M. Mehring and M. Lefvie.2,3 Anna Maria (?) was listed as Clara Mehring's mother on the 4 June 1860 Census in Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio.4 Anna Maria (?) died before 1870 in Cincinnati, in Hamilton Ohio, USA.

Children of Anna Maria (?) and Henry Mehring

Citations

  1. [S332] Ship Ship Charles Ferdinand; left Bremen, Germany in 1833 arrived in Baltimore on 17 Sep 1833.
  2. [S218] Hamilton County Probate Court, Hamilton County Probate Marriage Records 1808-1873.
  3. [S247] Joannem Henrium Riemann and Mariam Claram Meling, Marriages.
  4. [S249] 1860 US Census Hamilton County, Ohio.

Maria Elizabeth Meyer

b. 18 February 1800, d. 20 April 1839
     Maria Elizabeth Meyer was born on 18 February 1800, in Lüstringen, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Gerhard Heinrich Meyer and Maria Gertrud Meyer. She was baptized on 23 February 1800 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Maria Elizabeth Bohle born Oberrielage and Johan Henrich Hollmann.1 On Tuesday, 25 June 1822 at St. Dionysius in Belm, in Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany, at age 22, Maria Elizabeth Meyer married Johan Heinrich Barth, age 63. Witnesses - Colon Kruse born Ahrling from Osnabrück, Johan and Gertrud Meyer.1 As of 25 June 1822, her married name was Maria Elizabeth Barth (Meyer). Maria Elizabeth Meyer and Johan Heinrich Barth had 6 children. Maria Elizabeth Meyer died on 20 April 1839 in Verthe, in Osnabrück Niedersachsen, Germany at age 39. Her husband died the prior year leaving her with several young children who now are orphaned.1 She was buried on 22 April 1839 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Niedersachsen, Germany.1

Children of Maria Elizabeth Meyer and Johan Heinrich Barth

Citations

  1. [S341] Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany, Kirchenbuch Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany.

Maria Gertrud Lücke

b. 21 March 1800
     Maria Gertrud Lücke was born on 21 March 1800, in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Lücke and Catherina Elizabeth Mersmann. Maria Gertrud Lücke was baptized on 23 March 1800 in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Godparents: Gertrudis Mersmann and Gerhardus Henricus Westhageman.1 She became the godmother at Anna Gertrud Lücke's christening on 15 March 1827 in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany; Godparents are Anna Gertrud Lucke and Johan Herman Mersman.1

Citations

  1. [S540] Kirchenbuch, St. Jakobus Katholische Kirche Ennigerloh (Bistumsarchiv Münster),.

Johan Caspar Rieman

b. 27 April 1800, d. 12 February 1801
     Johan Caspar Rieman was baptized on 27 April 1800 in St. Vitus in Vestrup, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Caspar Anthony Ruwe and Catherina Maria Theeman.1 He was born on 27 April 1800, in Hausstette, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Johan Herman Rieman and Anna Margaretha Dünhövet. Johan Caspar Rieman died on 12 February 1801 in Hausstette, in Vechta Niedersachsen, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S319] Sankt Vitus Vestrup Germany Kirchenbuch, Sankt Vitus Vestrup 1692 -1875.

William Darke Engle

b. 8 August 1800, d. 6 September 1866
     William Darke Engle was born on 8 August 1800, Jefferson, in Virginia, USA; Now West Virginia. He was the son of William Engle and Mary Lemon. In 1824 in Morgan County, Virginia, USA William Darke Engle married Jane Hutchinson, daughter of Rev John Hutchinson and Amy Haden. Now West Virginia. William Darke Engle and Jane Hutchinson had 7 children. William Darke Engle died on 6 September 1866 in Lima, in Allen Ohio, USA at age 66.

Child of William Darke Engle and Jane Hutchinson

Anton Anselm

b. 1 September 1800, d. 1877
     He was baptized on 1 September 1800 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Note that entries at this time period were made in Latin, thus this person's name is listed as "Antonius Anselm."1 Anton Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 1 September 1800.1 He was the son of Anton Anselm and Cecilia Schwander. On Thursday, 26 February 1835 at die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 34, Anton Anselm married Barbara Hugo, age 30. Per the Ortsippenbuch Altdorf (Altdorf Lineage Book) Anton was a listed as a taloehner (day laborer) and Nach America ausgewandert (immigrant to North America). Dort - Vor 1877 (died there before 1877).

Citations

  1. [S150] Katholische Kirche Altdorf (A. Ettenheim), Kirchenbuch, 1740-1900 Altdorf Freiburg Baden Germany.

Jane Hutchinson

b. 6 November 1800, d. 18 October 1876
     Jane Hutchinson was born on 6 November 1800, Jefferson, in Virginia, USA. She was the daughter of Rev John Hutchinson and Amy Haden. In 1824 in Morgan County, Virginia, USA, Jane Hutchinson married William Darke Engle, son of William Engle and Mary Lemon. Now West Virginia. Jane Hutchinson and William Darke Engle had 7 children. Jane Hutchinson died on 18 October 1876 in Lima, in Allen Ohio, USA at age 75.

Child of Jane Hutchinson and William Darke Engle

Heribert Herb

b. 3 December 1800, d. 27 September 1880
     Heribert Herb was born in Wyhl, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 3 December 1800.1,2 He was the son of Heribert Herb and Rosa Blum. Heribert Herb was employed as a a taglöhner or day laborer in 1826 in Altdorf. U.S texts give his occupation as laborer, baker, and farmer.1 He was employed as a baker between 1826 and 1843. On Monday, 26 June 1826 at die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 25, Heribert Herb married Cecelia Anselm, age 22, daughter of Anton Anselm and Cecilia Schwander. Zezilia ANSELM is spelling of bride's name in this record.1 On 4 August 1843Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm immigrated from Freiburg, Baden to Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, USA.3 Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm and their family were on the Ship Albany sailing to New York. They left Le Harve when Amalia Herb was three months old (May 1843) and arrived in New York August 4, 1843. Captain of the Albany was James Watson.3
Biography: Per Wilhelmina Naber Kelley to her daughter Kathleen Kelley Kilcoin in 1971: Grandfather Herb was a great reader. He read that America was "a land flowing with milk and honey" so he said "That is the place for me". They left on a ship with a barrel of gold pieces. Their oldest daughter Wilhelmina was twelve years old. They sailed up the St. Lawrence River, landed at Sandusky, Ohio and found that someone had substituted a barrel of nails for their money. They stayed in a Sandusky hotel and since Wilhelmina had attended cooking school in Baden, she bothered the chef to let her help with the cooking. The woman who owned the hotel got the club's permission to allow another to cook and so Wilhelmina did the suckling pig. She put raisins for eyes, stuffed it and put a whole carrot in its mouth and surrounded the platter with mashed potatoes. It was a success.4
Heribert is the head of a family on the 18 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Hubbard Harb (Farmer aged 50 born in Germany) and Cecelia (age 45 born in Germany) with Lewis (age 23 born in Germany), Anthony (age 19 born in Germany), Helena (age 16 born in Germany), Cecelia (age 12 born in Germany), Emily (age 7 born in Germany), Hubbard Jr. (age 3 born in OH). Living right next door is their daughter Wilhelmina (age 20 born in Germany) and her husband Jacob Smith, and their son Jacob Smith (age 1 born in Ohio). Occupation = farmer. Value of real estate = $720.5 He became Johannes Schmidt's godparent at his baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 24 July 1857.6 Heribert is the head of a family on the 10 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Hubbard Harp (Farmer aged 59 born in Baden), Cecelia (age 50 born in Baden), Emily (age 17 born in Ohio), and Hubbard Jr. (age 13 born in Ohio). Occupation = farmer. Value of real estate = $1500. Value of personal estate = $400.7 On this 1865 map of Perkins Township, the Herb properties, totalling 50 acres, are marked in red outline. The photographs show this property as it appears in 2004. Heribert is the head of a family on the 1 August 1870 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Hubbard Harp (Farmer aged 70 born in Hesse Cassel) and Angel ( female aged 66 born in Hesse Cassel), and Hubbard (age 23 born in Ohio), and Catherine (age 20 born in Ohio) probably Herbert Jr.'s wife Catherine Krupp. Value of real estate is given as $2000 and value of personal estate is $500.8 He was listed as Heribert Herb's father on the 9 June 1880 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.9 On 27 September 1880 Heribert died in Perkins Township, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 79. He was buried next to his son, Lewis's, large monument on 1 October 1880 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, USA.10

Children of Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm

Citations

  1. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.
  2. [S149] Katholische Kirche Wyhl (A. Emmendingen), Kirchenbuch, 1679-1900 Wyhl Germany.
  3. [S12] Ship Albany; left Le Havre, France in May 1843 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1843.
  4. [S146] Email, Miles Kilcoin to Joyce Sziebert March 2003.
  5. [S4] 1850 US Census Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  7. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  8. [S66] 1870 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  9. [S67] 1880 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  10. [S132] St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio Burials, Sandusky, Ohio.

Maria Anna Verhoff

b. 6 December 1800
     Maria Anna Verhoff was baptized in Wiedenbrück, Gütersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was born on 6 December 1800, in Wiedenbrück, Gütersloh, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Christoph Heinrich Verhoff and Maria Margaretha Grafflage.

Citations

  1. [S284] Katholische Wiedenbruck Kirchenbuch, Katholische Wiedenbruck Westfalen Germany 1625-1894.

Maria Angela Hüssing

b. 1801, d. 17 September 1881
     Maria Angela Hüssing was also known as Enga Meyer. Maria Angela Hüssing was also known as Ingle Meyer. She was born in Hannover, Hannover, in Niedersachsen, Germany in 1801. In 1825 in Hannover, in Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany, Maria Angela Hüssing married Bernard Meyer. Maria Angela Hüssing is listed as Bernard Meyer's wife on the 12 June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.1 Maria Angela Hüssing was listed as Theodore Joseph Meyer's mother on the 1870 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2 Maria Angela Hüssing was listed as Theodore Joseph Meyer's mother on the 30 June 1880 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 On 17 September 1881 Maria died in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA. Listed in the Glandorf St. John the Baptist Church, Register of Deaths for 1881, age 81. List as Angela C. Meier.4

Children of Maria Angela Hüssing and Bernard Meyer

Citations

  1. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S39] 1880 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  4. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht

b. 1801
     Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht was born in 1801, in Glandorf, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. On Tuesday, 17 May 1825 at St. Johannes Baptista in Glandorf, in Osnabrück County, Niedersachsen, Germany, Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht married Theodor Ellerbrock, age 25, son of Johann Bernard Ellerbrock and Maria Elizabeth Moening. As of 17 May 1825, her married name was Mary Katherine Kleine Ellerbrock (Kracht). Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht and Theodor Ellerbrock were on the passenger list of the Barque Charlotte to New York on 17 October 1836. Other passengers on this ship were HH Karhoff and Marie Grote.. Also on this ship were John Bernard Ellerbrock, Theodore Ellerbrock, William John Ellerbrock, Mary Elizabeth Ellerbrock and Ferdinand John Ellerbrock. Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht was listed as William John Ellerbrock's mother on the 11 August 1870 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.1

Children of Mary Katherine Kleine Kracht and Theodor Ellerbrock

  • John Bernard Ellerbrock
  • Theodore Ellerbrock
  • William John Ellerbrock
  • Ferdinand John Ellerbrock
  • Mary Elizabeth Ellerbrock
  • Maria Catherine Ellerbrock

Citations

  1. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.

Nicholas Smith Jr.

b. 1801, d. before 1855
     Nicholas Smith Jr. was also known as Johann Nicolaus Smith Jr. He was born in Herschweiler-Petersheim, Kusel, in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany in 1801. He was the son of Nicolaus Smith and Margaret Schaeffer. On Tuesday, 10 February 1829 in Brücken (Pfalz), in Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Nicholas Smith Jr. married Margaretha Eingieser, age 24, daughter of Peter Eingieser and Margaret Barbara Kaufmann. Johannes Nicholas Schmitt & Maria Sophia Eingieser.1 Nicholas Smith Jr. and Margaretha Eingieser emigrated in 1833 from Herschweiler-Petersheim, Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Nicholas Smith Jr. became Mary Anna Eckert's godparent at her baptism in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 9 May 1847.2 Nicholas is the head of a family on the 1 November 1850 Census in Portland Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Nicholas Smith 49 and his wife Margaret 46 are living with their children: Nicholas Jr. 20, Caroline 18, Jacob 16, Charles 13, Joseph 10, Frank 8, Mary 6, Magdalene 4. The parents and two oldest children were born in Germany. The older Nicholas is a grocer and the younger is a stone mason.3 Before 1855 Nicholas died in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA. He is mentioned in the Smith family property transfer of 1855 as being recently deceased and represented by his son, Nicholas Jr. Possibly died in the cholera epidemic.

Children of Nicholas Smith Jr. and Margaretha Eingieser

Citations

  1. [S26] Gefilmt durch The Genealogical Society of Utah, Kirchenbuch Brucken Germany 1741 -1959.
  2. [S164] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Baptisms, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  3. [S4] 1850 US Census Erie County, Ohio.

Clara Kräll (Rusch)

b. 1801, d. 27 August 1870
     Clara Kräll (Rusch) was born in 1801, in Soest, Arnsberg, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rusch and Elizabeth Kräll. On Tuesday, 7 January 1823 at Sankt Patroklus Roemisch-Katholische in Soest, in Arnsberg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Clara Kräll (Rusch) married Johan Herman Lücke, age 25, son of Joseph Lücke and Catherina Elizabeth Mersmann. Bride's name is listed as Clara Cräll.2 As of 7 January 1823, her married name was Clara Lücke (Kräll (Rusch)). On 7 January 1837 Clara Kräll (Rusch) and Johan Herman Lücke moved into the house next to the Catholic church in Ennigerloh. Clara Kräll (Rusch) and Johan Herman Lücke had 8 children. Clara Kräll (Rusch) died on 27 August 1870 in Ennigerloh, in Warendorf Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was buried on 30 August 1870 in Ennigerloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1

Children of Clara Kräll (Rusch) and Johan Herman Lücke

Citations

  1. [S555] FamilySearch.org, Germany Deaths and Burials, 1582-1958.
  2. [S554] FamilySearch.org, Germany Marriages, 1558-1929.

Samuel William Ice

b. 1801, d. 6 March 1880
     Samuel William Ice was born in 1801, in Pennsylvania, USA. In 1827 Ohio, USA Samuel William Ice married Elizabeth Shellenbarger. Samuel William Ice and Elizabeth Shellenbarger had 11 children. Samuel William Ice died on 6 March 1880 in Auglaize Township, in Allen Ohio, USA.

Child of Samuel William Ice and Elizabeth Shellenbarger

Elizabeth Shellenbarger

b. 1801, d. 30 June 1846
     Elizabeth Shellenbarger was born in 1801, in Pennsylvania, USA. In 1827 Ohio, USA, Elizabeth Shellenbarger married Samuel William Ice. Elizabeth Shellenbarger and Samuel William Ice had 11 children. Elizabeth Shellenbarger died on 30 June 1846 in Auglaize Township, in Allen Ohio, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Shellenbarger and Samuel William Ice

Anna Mersman

b. 4 September 1801, d. 8 August 1864
     Anna Mersman was born on 4 September 1801, in Hauenhorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johan Gerhard Mersmann and Anna Catharina Rahmeier. She was baptized on 4 September 1801 in Sankt Dionysius in Rheine, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Godparents: John Mersman and Anna Catharina Möllers.1 Her baptism name was Anna Maria Elisabeth Mersman. On Tuesday, 23 April 1833 at Sankt Dionysius in Rheine, in Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, at age 31, Anna Mersman married Theodor Meyer, son of Gerhard Anton Meyer and Anna Maria Elizabeth Huelman. The listing reads: "Groom: Theodore Meyer. Father: Gerd Meyer cottager in Hasselünne. Age: 30 Permission: Father is deceased. Status: Unmarried. Bride: Anna Maria Merschmann. Father: Gerd Merschmann, cottager in Heuenhorst Age: 32. Permission: Father is deceased. Mother giving permission to marry. Status: Unmarried. Marriage Date: 23 April. Name of Cleric and witnesses: Gerhard Merschmann and Henrich Brameyer".1 As of 23 April 1833, her married name was Anna Meyer (Mersman). Anna Mersman and Theodor Meyer had 4 children. Anna was the spouse of Theodor Meyer and accompanied him when he immigrated on 26 May 1834 from Westerkappeln, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, to Putnam County, Ohio.2,3 Anna Mersman is listed as Theodor Meyer's wife on the 1840 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Anna Mersman is listed as Theodor Meyer's wife on the 20 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.5 Anna Mersman was listed as Gerhard Meyer's mother on the June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.6 On 8 August 1864 Anna died in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 62. She was buried on 10 August 1864 in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA. The listing reads "Anna Maria Meyer, born Mersman, age 63."7

Children of Anna Mersman and Theodor Meyer

Citations

  1. [S36] Rheine Germany Katholische Kirchenbuch, Kirchenbuch, Rheine Germany 1613-1854.
  2. [S418] Wilfried von Brümmer, Auswandererliste Rheinenser.
  3. [S556] Frederick Ernst Hunsche, Auswanderungen aus dem Kreis Steinfurt.
  4. [S38] 1840 US Census Putnam County Ohio.
  5. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  6. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  7. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Fidel Anselm

b. 24 November 1801
     Fidel Anselm was born on 24 November 1801, in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He was baptized on 24 November 1801 in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1,2 He was the son of Christian Anselm and Magdalena Straubinger. On Monday, 11 January 1830 in Altdorf, in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 28, Fidel Anselm married Barbara Schraner, age 30.2 On Thursday, 1 October 1840 at die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 38, Fidel Anselm married Maria Anna Singler, age 36.2 Christian's son Fidel came to US in 1851 with his son Karl, age 21 (known as Charles) and two females, Catherine, 18 and Marie 19, his daughters. We do not know what became of the girls but Charles married another German immigrant named Christiana Mayer and they lived in Philadelphia and then Norristown, PA.3

Children of Fidel Anselm and Barbara Schraner

Child of Fidel Anselm and Maria Anna Singler

Citations

  1. [S150] Katholische Kirche Altdorf (A. Ettenheim), Kirchenbuch, 1740-1900 Altdorf Freiburg Baden Germany.
  2. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.
  3. [S201] Email, Ruth Anselm to Joyce Sziebert April 29 2005.

Anna Maria Engel Heuer

b. 17 December 1801, d. 1863
     Anna Maria Engel Heuer was baptized on 17 December 1801 in St. Lambertus in Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents were Anna Maria Engel Möller, Maria Engel Meerhoff, Johan Herman Wilken. She was the daughter of Johann Matthias Heuer and Maria Elisabeth Möller. On Wednesday, 9 May 1821 at St. Lambertus in Ostercappeln, in Osnabrück County, Niedersachsen, Germany, at age 19, Anna Maria Engel Heuer married Gerhard Heinrich Recker, son of Johan Heinrich Recker and Anna Maria Senger. As of 9 May 1821, her married name was Anna Maria Recker (Heuer). Anna Maria Engel Heuer was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Pennslyvania with Johan Heinrich Recker and Anna Maria Linkemeyer on 12 September 1838. Anna Maria Engel Heuer became Theresa Recker's godparent at her baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 21 October 1842.1 Anna Maria Engel Heuer is listed as Gerhard Heinrich Recker's wife on the 20 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2 Anna is the head of a family on the 4 June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Also listed is a son John age 11.3 She died in 1863 in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA.

Children of Anna Maria Engel Heuer and Gerhard Heinrich Recker

  • Maria Elizabeth Recker
  • Maria Angela Recker
  • Anna Maria Recker
  • Clara Recker+ b. 19 Jan 1835, d. 26 Aug 1877
  • Maria Anna Recker
  • Henry Recker
  • Maria Theresa Recker
  • Maria Catherine Elizabeth Recker

Citations

  1. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.

Christian Schwander

b. circa 1802
     Christian Schwander was born circa 1802, in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He was the son of Landolin Schwander and Elizabeth Aechtle.

Anna Elizabeth von der landwer

b. 1802, d. 1879
     Anna Elizabeth von der landwer was born in 1802, Germany. She was the daughter of Herman Theodore von der Landwer. Circa 1840, Anna Elizabeth von der landwer married John Henry Heitmeyer. As of circa 1840, her married name was Anna Elizabeth Heitmeyer (Von der Landwer). Anna Elizabeth von der landwer died in 1879 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA.

Children of Anna Elizabeth von der landwer and John Henry Heitmeyer

  • Maria Elizabeth Heitmeyer
  • Joseph Rudolph Heitmeyer
  • Louisa Elizabeth Heitmeyer+ b. 23 Sep 1845, d. 30 Jan 1920
  • Bernard Henry Heitmeyer
  • Maria Bernadina Heitmeyer

Gerhard Henrich Recker

b. 1802
     Gerhard Henrich Recker was born in 1802, in Recke, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Wilhelm Recker and Catherine Elizabeth Bensmann. On Tuesday, 20 January 1829 in Recke, in Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Gerhard Henrich Recker married Maria Aleid Schweers.1

Citations

  1. [S554] FamilySearch.org, Germany Marriages, 1558-1929.

Herman Anton Hüwe

b. 17 January 1802
     Herman Anton Hüwe was born on 17 January 1802, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Johan Bernard Hüwe and Maria Anna Jervers. On Tuesday, 26 November 1822 in Borghorst, in Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany at age 20, Herman Anton Hüwe married Anna Maria Elisabeth Evels. Herm Anton Huewe to Mar Elizabeth Evels.1

Children of Herman Anton Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Evels

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.

Anna Maria Elizabeth Bernadina Rieman

b. 25 January 1802, d. 13 April 1802
     Anna Maria Elizabeth Bernadina Rieman was baptized on 25 January 1802 in St. Vitus in Vestrup, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Anna Maria Elizabeth Dunhovet and Herman Bernard Kubeling.1 She was born on 25 January 1802, in Hausstette, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johan Herman Rieman and Anna Margaretha Dünhövet. Anna Maria Elizabeth Bernadina Rieman died on 13 April 1802 in Hausstette, in Vechta Niedersachsen, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S319] Sankt Vitus Vestrup Germany Kirchenbuch, Sankt Vitus Vestrup 1692 -1875.

Norbert Anselm

b. 3 July 1802
     Norbert Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 3 July 1802.1 He was the son of Anton Anselm and Cecilia Schwander.

Citations

  1. [S150] Katholische Kirche Altdorf (A. Ettenheim), Kirchenbuch, 1740-1900 Altdorf Freiburg Baden Germany.

Catherine Elizabeth Meyer

b. 30 September 1802
     Catherine Elizabeth Meyer was born on 30 September 1802, in Lüstringen, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Gerhard Heinrich Meyer and Maria Gertrud Meyer. Catherine Elizabeth Meyer was baptized on 3 October 1802 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Catherina Lüersmann born Rotert and Gerd Jürgen Fideldey.

Citations

  1. [S341] Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany, Kirchenbuch Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany.

Henry Brinkman

b. 8 November 1802, d. 11 June 1890
     Henry Brinkman was born Oldenburg, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 8 November 1802. He was baptized on 9 November 1802 Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Rudolph Brinkmann and Anna Elisabeth Johanns Bergmann. His baptism name was Johann Heinrich Brinkmann. Henry Brinkman was on the passenger list of the Ship Constitution to New York on 4 September 1837. From Liverpool, a native of Germany, a butcher by trade.1 He emigrated on 4 September 1837 from Oldenburg, Niedersachsen, Germany to Glandorf, Ohio. Henry is the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Henry Brinkman, one man 30 - 40 years old.2 Circa 1841, Henry Brinkman married Maria Anna Wibbelmann. On Monday, 14 April 1845 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 42, Henry Brinkman married Mary Rieman, age 16, daughter of John Rieman and Mary Elizabeth Schoene. Heinrich Brinkman to Maria Rieman 1845 by Fr. George Boehmer. Recorded May 27, 1845..3,4 In 1845 in Ottawa Township, Putnam, Ohio, USA, Henry Brinkman was deeded land in section 15 of Ottawa Township, Putnam County. Henry is the head of a family on the August 1850 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. John H Brinkman, 47, and his wife, Mary, 22 with children, Clara, 3, John H., 2. Occupation = farmer; Value of real estate = $600. Living next door to Herman and Mary E. Rieman. Family oral tradition says they purchased their land in Section 15 of Putnam County when the country was new and no roads had been blazed. They started with a dirt floor cabin with no fireplace. The fire was built in a firepit in the floor in the middle of the cabin. It was not unusual to awake to find their wooden shoes floating and the fire put out by flooding.5 Henry is the head of a family on the 26 July 1860 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. JH Brinkman 58 and his wife Mary 31 are living with their children Dina 13 and John 12. Value of their real estate is $1750 and of their personal property is $500.6 Henry is the head of a family on the 26 July 1870 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Henry 67 and Mary 42 are living with their son John H. 22. Value of their real estate is $2900, value of their personal property is $1000.7 Henry is the head of a family on the 5 June 1880 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. John H. 77 and his wife Mary 51 are living with their son, John Brinkman 32, his wife Wilhelmina 27 and their son Frank 2. John. H. suffers from rheumatism.8 On 11 June 1890 Henry died in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 87.9,10 He was buried on 13 June 1890 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.10

Child of Henry Brinkman and Maria Anna Wibbelmann

  • Maria Anna Brinkman

Children of Henry Brinkman and Mary Rieman

Citations

  1. [S111] Joseph Rudolph Siefker, New York, 1820 - 1850 Passenger Lists,Name of Ship; New York.
  2. [S38] 1840 US Census Putnam County Ohio.
  3. [S20] Putnam County, Probate, Marriages 1834-1927, John Henry Brinkman to Mary Rieman; April 18, 1845; LDS M512971.
  4. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  6. [S53] 1860 US Census Greensburg Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  7. [S49] 1870 US Census, Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  8. [S50] 1880 US Census Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  9. [S163] Putnam County, Probate, Deaths 1867 - 1920.
  10. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

John William Ellerbrock

b. 9 December 1802, d. after 1861
     John William Ellerbrock was also known as Johann William Ellerbrock. He was born in Glandorf, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 9 December 1802. He was the son of Johann Bernard Ellerbrock and Maria Elizabeth Moening. On Tuesday, 8 November 1825 at St. Johannes Baptista in Glandorf, in Osnabrück County, Niedersachsen, Germany at age 22, John William Ellerbrock married Anna Catherine Greive. On Tuesday, 6 May 1828 at St. Johannes Baptista in Glandorf, in Osnabrück County, Niedersachsen, Germany at age 25, John William Ellerbrock married Mary Elizabeth Dieckmann, daughter of (?) Dieckmann. In 1834John William Ellerbrock emigrated from Glandorf, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. The 1984 book titled "750 Jahre Schwege" which marked the 750 anniversary of Schwege-Glandorf Germany lists the following on page 80. (Original in German) "1834 Johan Wilhelm Ellerbrock, 32 years old, hired man by Tebtmann, emmigrated with wife and 2 children to the settlement founded in 1833 by Glandorfers in Ohio.".1 He was listed on the passenger list of the Brig Neptune from Bremen to New York on 12 October 1834. Passengers listed are J.W Elbrock 30 farmer, Elisab Ellerbrock 28, Maria 3, M Elisab 1.2 John is the head of a family on the 21 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. William 47 and Mary E. 45 are living with their children: Mary E. 16, Mary C. 11, Mary L. 8 and Mary J. 1. Daughter Mary E. was born in Germany. Value of their real estate is $600. They are living next door to Herman Ellerbrock, 44.3 John is the head of a family on the 12 June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 After 1861 John died in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA.

Child of John William Ellerbrock and Anna Catherine Greive

  • Johann Diederich Ellerbrock

Children of John William Ellerbrock and Mary Elizabeth Dieckmann

  • Johann Wilhelm Ellerbrock
  • Mary Theresia Ellerbrock+ b. 12 Feb 1831, d. 17 Mar 1875
  • Mary Elizabeth Ellerbrock
  • Mary Carolina Ellerbrock
  • Maria Catherine Ellerbrock
  • Mary Louisa Ellerbrock
  • Maria Elizabeth Ellerbrock
  • Wilhelmina Ellerbrock
  • Mary Josephine Ellerbrock

Citations

  1. [S145] Schwege-Glandorf Germany, "750 Jahre Schwege" Glandorf Germany.
  2. [S152] Brig Neptune; left Bremen, Germany in Aug 1834 arrived in New York on Oct 12, 1834.
  3. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.