Mary Mehring

b. 6 April 1823
     Mary Mehring was born on 6 April 1823, in Herringhausen, Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Bernhardt Heinrich Friederich Mehring and Maria Margaretha Bartel. Anna Maria Mehring was baptized on 10 April 1823 in St. Lambertus in Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents = Maria Margaretha Borghet(?), Maria Koke, Johann Heinrich Schräder.1 Her baptism name was Anna Maria Mehring. She was listed on the passenger list of the Brig Neptune to New York with Bernhardt Heinrich Friederich Mehring and Maria Margaretha Bartel on 23 August 1836.2

Citations

  1. [S441] Bistumsarchiv Osnabrück 12-08/102-2, Taufbuch Ostercappeln St Lambertus, Taufbuch Ostercappeln St. Laurentius 1823/57 BAOS 12.08/103-1.
  2. [S325] Brig Neptune; left Bremen, Germany in June 1836 arrived in New York on Aug 3, 1836.

Joseph Hueve

b. 26 August 1823, d. 16 May 1898
     Joseph Hueve was born on 26 August 1823, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was baptized on 26 August 1823 in Borghorst, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 His baptism name was Johan Bernard Joseph Hueve. He was the son of Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers. In 1840 Joseph Hueve immigrated with Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers from Borghorst.2 Joseph Hueve was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Elizabeth with Bernard Herman Hüwe and Anna Maria Elisabeth Löbbers arriving at New York from Bremen on 1 August 1840.3,4 He is listed in the census as Bernard Herman Hüwe's son on the 23 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.5 On Saturday, 25 October 1851 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 28, Joseph Hueve married Lisetta Kloevforn, age 17, daughter of Gerhard Kloevforn and Maria Elizabeth Spaunhorst.6 Joseph Hueve became Wilhelmina Hueve's godparent at her baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 11 February 1861.7 Joseph is the head of a family on the 17 June 1880 Census in Pleasant Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.8 He died on 16 May 1898 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 74.

Children of Joseph Hueve and Lisetta Kloevforn

Citations

  1. [S157] Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany, Kirchenbuch, Katholische Borghorst Westfalen Germany 1622-1885.
  2. [S556] Frederick Ernst Hunsche, Auswanderungen aus dem Kreis Steinfurt.
  3. [S155] Sr. Dolores Brinkel SCL, A Tree Grew from Lohne.
  4. [S415] Beitraege zur westfaelischen Familienforschung, Auswanderung aus dem Regierungsbezirk Muenster, Part 1. 1803-1850.
  5. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  6. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  7. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  8. [S93] 1880 US Census Pleasant Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.

Maria Catherine Fangmann

b. 8 September 1823, d. 1915
     Maria Catherine Fangmann was born on 8 September 1823, in Steinfeld, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johann Fangmann. In 1839 in Minster, in Auglaize County, Ohio, USA, Maria Catherine Fangmann married Johann Friedrich Rohenkohl, son of Johan Frederick Rohenkohl and Anna Maria Gertrude Rieman. As of 1839, her married name was Maria Catherine Rohenkohl (Fangmann). Maria Catherine Fangmann is listed as Johann Friedrich Rohenkohl's wife on the 18 November 1850 Census in New Vienna, in Dubuque County, Iowa.1 Maria Catherine Fangmann is listed as Johann Friedrich Rohenkohl's wife on the 12 June 1860 Census in New Wein, in Dubuque County, Iowa. Maria Catherine Fangmann died in 1915 in New Vienna, in Dubuque Iowa, USA.

Citations

  1. [S345] 1850 US Census Dubuque County, Iowa.

Fidelis Uhl

b. 26 September 1823, d. 29 September 1907
     Fidelis Uhl was born on 26 September 1823, in Ettenheim, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger.2 Fidelis Uhl was baptized on 27 September 1823 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2 He was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Albany arriving at New York from Le Havre on 4 August 1843.3 On Monday, 23 February 1846 at Holy Angels in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA at age 22, Fidelis Uhl married Mary Margarette Daenninger, age 27. Witnesses were Michael and Rosa Uhl and William Omlar.4 On Wednesday, 29 April 1846 in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, Fidelis Uhl witnessed the marriage of William Omlar and Rosa Uhl.4 Fidelis is the head of a family on the 17 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.5 Fidelis is the head of a family on the 10 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.6 Fidelis is the head of a family on the 1 August 1870 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.7 Fidelis is the head of a family on the 8 June 1880 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.8 Fidelis is the head of a family on the 5 June 1900 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.9 He died on 29 September 1907 in Perkins Township, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 84. Buried at St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky.10,11 He was buried on 2 October 1907 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.11

Children of Fidelis Uhl and Mary Margarette Daenninger

Citations

  1. [S150] Katholische Kirche Altdorf (A. Ettenheim), Kirchenbuch, 1740-1900 Altdorf Freiburg Baden Germany.
  2. [S151] Kirchenbuch, 1583-1907 Ettenheim, baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, family book.
  3. [S12] Ship Albany; left Le Havre, France in May 1843 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1843.
  4. [S444] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Marriages, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  7. [S66] 1870 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  8. [S67] 1880 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  9. [S73] 1900 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  10. [S35] Katharyn Huss Wonderly and Patty Dahm Pascoe, Erie County Ohio Cemetery Census before 1909.
  11. [S449] St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church - Burials Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  12. [S33] Rutherford B Hayes Library, Rutherford B Hayes Library Death Index for Northwestern Ohio.

Maria Elizabeth Rieman

b. 14 December 1823
     Maria Elizabeth Rieman was born on 14 December 1823, in Hausstette, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johan Heinrich Rieman and Maria Elisabeth Holstermann. Maria Elizabeth Rieman was baptized on 16 December 1823 in St. Vitus in Vestrup, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents = Johan Frederich Rohenkohl and Catherine Maria Thobe.1

Citations

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

Maria Katherine Hohenbring

b. circa 1824
     Maria Katherine Hohenbring was born circa 1824, Germany. She was the daughter of John William Hohenbrinck and Mary Christina Pues. On Wednesday, 2 September 1846 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, Maria Katherine Hohenbring married Johan Henry Schroeder, son of Nicholas Heinrich Schroeder and Anna Maria Thrame.1 As of 2 September 1846, her married name was Maria Katherine Schroeder (Hohenbring). Maria Katherine Hohenbring and Johan Henry Schroeder had 13 children. Maria Katherine Hohenbring is listed as Johan Henry Schroeder's wife on the 23 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2 Maria Katherine Hohenbring is listed as Johan Henry Schroeder's wife on the 27 July 1870 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3

Children of Maria Katherine Hohenbring and Johan Henry Schroeder

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S49] 1870 US Census, Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.

Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schulte

b. 1824, d. 7 October 1893
     Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schulte was born in 1824, in Oldenburg, Oldenburg, in Niedersachsen, Germany. On Thursday, 2 March 1843 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schulte married Henry John Schmiedebusch.1 As of 2 March 1843, her married name was Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schmiedebusch (Schulte). Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schulte died on 7 October 1893 in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA.2 She was buried on 10 October 1893 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA.2

Children of Elizabeth Catherine Maria Schulte and Henry John Schmiedebusch

  • John Henry Schmiedebusch
  • Maria Elizabeth Schmiedebusch
  • Anna Mary Catherine Bernadina Schmiedebusch
  • Anna Mary Catherine Schmiedebusch+ b. 13 Sep 1851, d. 2 Feb 1940
  • Frank Henry Schmiedebusch
  • William Anthony Schmiedebusch

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Maria Gertrud Rieman

b. 1 March 1824, d. before 1855
     Maria Gertrud Rieman was born on 1 March 1824, in Krimpenfort, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She was baptized on 2 March 1824 in Sankt Gertrud in Lohne, Vechta, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Maria Rebecca Hoying and Johan Otto Riemann.1 She was the daughter of John Rieman and Mary Elizabeth Schoene. Maria Gertrud Rieman Mary Elizabeth Schoene, Clementine Rieman, Mary Rieman and John Rieman were included in the indenture agreement signed by John Rieman in Bremen, Freie Hansestadt Bremen, Germany, on 14 April 1832. John Herman Rieman signed an indenture agreement to his brother-in-law, Johan Frederick Rohenkohl, on 14 April 1832. "John Herman Reiman, his wife and four children are indentured to Mr. John Fred. Rohenkohl, for 80 Bremen dollars (64 Spanish dollars) at 5% interest." This was the cost of their passage from Bremen to Baltimore/Cincinnati.2 On Monday, 8 January 1844 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 19, Maria Gertrud Rieman married Herman Henry Lampke.3 Maria Gertrud Rieman died before 1855 in Fort Jennings, in Putnam Ohio, USA.

Citations

  1. [S343] Sankt Gertrud Lohne Germany Kirchenbuch, Sankt Gertrud Lohne 1683 - 1875.
  2. [S112] John Herman Rieman Indenture agreement, 14 Apr 1832.
  3. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.

Clara Maria Rhinemere

b. 11 April 1824, d. 2 July 1896
     Clara Maria Rhinemere was born on 11 April 1824, Germany. Circa 1842, Clara Maria Rhinemere married Joseph Bernard Frede Sr. Clara Maria Rhinemere died on 2 July 1896 in Rock Port, in Atchison Missouri, USA at age 72.

Children of Clara Maria Rhinemere and Joseph Bernard Frede Sr

William Bing

b. 18 May 1824, d. 11 November 1883
     William Bing was born in Eschbach, in Baden, Germany on 18 May 1824. In 1850 in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA William Bing married Mary Ann Smith, daughter of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. William is the head of a family on the 19 September 1850 Census in Portland Township, in Erie County, Ohio. William 24 and his wife Mary 19 are living in Sandusky. His occupation is given as "Engineer".1 In December 1853 In Mary Eingieser's will, William was named by Mary to handle her estate in Erie, Ohio, USA. 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. William is the head of a family on the 11 July 1860 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio. William 30, a saddler, and his wife Mary 29 are listed with their children: Christina 6 and Henry 1. Also living with them is Mary's brother, Frank Smith, 25, a laborer.2 He registered for the military draft in June 1863. William Bing,39, a saddler, born in Germany. William is the head of a family on the 12 July 1870 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio. William 45, a saloon keeper, and Mary 39 are living with their children: Christina 16, Henry 12, Emma 8, Frances 4 and Caroline 8 months.3 William is the head of a family on the 1 June 1880 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio. William Bing, 56 and his wife, Mary 50 are hotel keepers on Water Street in Sandusky. Living with their children: Henry 21, a barber, Emma 15, Frances 13, Carrie 10. They have 8 boarders.4 He died on 11 November 1883 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, USA, obituary reported in the Sandusky Register November 12, 1883..5

Children of William Bing and Mary Ann Smith

Citations

  1. [S4] 1850 US Census Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S75] 1860 US Census Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  3. [S69] 1870 US Census, Sandusky Erie County, Ohio.
  4. [S70] 1880 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S33] Rutherford B Hayes Library, Rutherford B Hayes Library Death Index for Northwestern Ohio, William Bing, 59, died at Sandusky November 11, 1883.

Lydia Ann Binckley

b. 8 July 1824, d. 6 April 1911
     Lydia Ann Binckley was born on 8 July 1824, Perry, in Ohio, USA. On Thursday, 7 December 1843 in Perry County, Ohio, USA, at age 19, Lydia Ann Binckley married Daniel Albert Albert, age 24. Lydia Ann Binckley died on 6 April 1911 in Galetown, in Sandusky Ohio, USA at age 86.

Child of Lydia Ann Binckley and Daniel Albert Albert

Clara Louise Lücke

b. 14 July 1824
     Clara Louise Lücke was born on 14 July 1824, in Soest, Arnsberg, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany; Her mother is listed as Clara Crälll.1 She was the daughter of Johan Herman Lücke and Clara Kräll (Rusch). She was baptized on 25 July 1824 in Sankt Patroklus Roemisch-Katholische in Soest, Arnsberg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Mother is listed as Clara Krall.1 On Wednesday, 11 August 1852 in Ennigerloh, in Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, at age 28, Clara Louise Lücke married August Henrich Blutguth, age 26, son of Friedrich Blutguth.2

Child of Clara Louise Lücke and August Henrich Blutguth

Citations

  1. [S539] FamilySearch.org, Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558 - 1898.
  2. [S540] Kirchenbuch, St. Jakobus Katholische Kirche Ennigerloh (Bistumsarchiv Münster),.

Catherina Agnes Neimann

b. 27 July 1824
     Catherina Agnes Neimann was born on 27 July 1824, in Bakum, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Casper Neimann and Anna Catherina Schoene.

Citations

  1. [S29] Katholische Kirche Bakum, Kirchenbuch, Bakum Germany 1694-1875.

Christian Heinrich Riepenhoff

b. 8 October 1824
     Christian Heinrich Riepenhoff was born in Wallenhorst, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany on 8 October 1824. He was the son of Bernard Heinrich Riepenhoff and Anna Catherina Adelheid Wellmann.

Henry Vogeding

b. 22 October 1824, d. 20 September 1895
     Henry Vogeding was born on 22 October 1824, in Wiedenbrück, Gütersloh, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was the son of Francis A Vogeding and Anna Maria Rutenfranz. Henry Vogeding was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Charlotte Louise to New York with Francis A Vogeding and Anna Maria Rutenfranz on 19 July 1836. Henry Vogeding became Henry Kolhoff's godparent at his baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 30 September 1841.1 On Saturday, 20 November 1847 in Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio, USA at age 23, Henry Vogeding married Elizabeth Siefker, age 24, daughter of Joseph Rudolf Siefker and Maria Elizabeth Sanders. Henry is the head of a family on the 28 October 1850 Census in Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio. Henry and Elizabeth Fegeding. Henry is a cooper.2 Henry is the head of a family on the 26 July 1860 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.3 Henry is the head of a family on the 27 July 1870 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.4 Henry is the head of a family on the 2 June 1880 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana.5 He died on 20 September 1895 in Avilla, in Noble Indiana, USA at age 70. He was buried on 21 September 1895 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Avilla, Indiana, USA. He made a will which was filed for probate 10-26-1895. Children who were named as heirs: August, Agnes, John Vogeding, Rosina Pieper..
Biography: Henry Vogeding, one of the leading merchants, is a native of Prussia born October 22, 1824, son of Francis A. and Mary A. (Rutenfratz) Vogeding who came to the United States in 1836 and located in Putnam County, Ohio. His father was a cooper but during his residence in Ohio was engaged in farming; he died ten years after settling in Putnam County. Subject was the eldest of a family of seven children; at the time of his father's death the greater portion of the care of the family rested upon him. At the age of 19 he went to Dayton, Ohio, where he remained for nearly sixteen years following coopering most of the time and sending home the greater portion of his earnings. He then went to Putnam County, where for about three years he was engaged at his trade. In 1859 he came to Allen Township where he has since resided. He engaged at coopering and farming until 1872; has since been actively engaged in mercantile pursuits. He carries a complete stock of dry goods, groceries, hats and caps, boots and shoes, tin and hardware, valued at $10,000; his trade is large and is steadily increasing. Mr. Vogeding owns 87 acres of land in the township and is a progressive and enterprising citizen. He was married to Miss Elizabeth Siefker November 1, 1847 at Dayton, Ohio. She is a native of Hanover, Germany, born in 1822. From this union there are five children, four now living - August, Rosena, Agnes and John; Joseph, deceased. They are members of the Catholic Church in Allen Twp. Noble County, Indiana.6

Children of Henry Vogeding and Elizabeth Siefker

Citations

  1. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S238] 1850 US Census Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.
  3. [S240] 1860 US Census, Allen Township, Noble County, Indiana.
  4. [S239] 1870 US Census, Allen Township, Noble County, Indiana.
  5. [S123] 1880 US Census, Allen County, Indiana.
  6. [S221] History of Noble County Indiana, Biographies transcribed by Annette DeHoff and CJWhan from History of Noble County published by Goodspeed and Blanchard in 1882,
    History of Noble County by Samuel Alvord, and History of NE Indiana, The Lewis Publishing Co, 1920.

Ferdinand Unterbrink

b. 29 November 1824, d. 4 July 1895
     Ferdinand Unterbrink was also known as Johann Heinrich Unterbrink. He was born on 29 November 1824, in Glandorf, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 He was the son of Johann Heinrich Unterbrink and Maria Catharina Mellenbrink. Ferdinand is the head of a family on the 3 September 1850 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2 On Tuesday, 7 September 1852 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 27, Ferdinand Unterbrink married Maria Gertrud Ratermann, age 17, daughter of Herman H Ratermann and Maria G Kamper.1,3 Ferdinand is the head of a family on the 25 July 1860 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Ferdinand is the head of a family on the 22 July 1870 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.5 He died on 4 July 1895 in Greensburg Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 70. He was buried on 6 July 1895 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Ohio, USA. Ferdinand Unterbrink age 71.6

Children of Ferdinand Unterbrink and Maria Gertrud Ratermann

  • Mary A Unterbrink
  • Bernard H. Unterbrink
  • Joseph Unterbrink
  • Francis F. Unterbrink
  • Ignatius Unterbrink
  • Mary C. Unterbrink
  • William G. Unterbrink
  • John R. Unterbrink
  • Herman Henry Unterbrink+ b. 26 Dec 1871, d. 6 Sep 1952

Citations

  1. [S212] Dirk Unterbrink, Unterbrink Family History.
  2. [S5] 1850 US Census Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S53] 1860 US Census Greensburg Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S49] 1870 US Census, Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  6. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Katharina Gotz

b. circa 1825
     Katharina Gotz was born circa 1825. On Sunday, 26 January 1845 in Wyhl, in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Katharina Gotz married Justus Herb, age 27, son of Heribert Herb and Rosa Blum.1 As of 26 January 1845, her married name was Katharina Herb (Gotz).

Citations

  1. [S149] Katholische Kirche Wyhl (A. Emmendingen), Kirchenbuch, 1679-1900 Wyhl Germany.

Nora Murphy

b. circa 1825
     Nora Murphy was born circa 1825, Ireland. Circa 1840 at Kanturk in Banteer, in Clonmeen, Cork, Munster, Ireland, Nora Murphy married John O'Donoghue. As of circa 1840, her married name was Nora O'Donoghue (Murphy).

Child of Nora Murphy and John O'Donoghue

(?) Grover

b. circa 1825
     (?) Grover was born circa 1825. In 1855 in Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio, USA (?) Grover married Clara Mehring, daughter of Henry Mehring and Anna Maria (?).

Children of (?) Grover and Clara Mehring

Herman Gerhard Lindeman

b. circa 1825
     Herman Gerhard Lindeman was born circa 1825. On Tuesday, 12 February 1850 at St. Joseph in St. Louis, in St. Louis County, Missouri, USA Herman Gerhard Lindeman married Maria Angela Knueven, age 20, daughter of John Bernard Eilard Knueven and Catherina Angela Arling.1

Children of Herman Gerhard Lindeman and Maria Angela Knueven

Citations

  1. [S301] Www.emslanders.com, Emslanders to the American Mid-West website.

Heinrich Tillman

b. circa 1825
     Heinrich Tillman was born circa 1825. On Saturday, 10 March 1855 in St. Louis, in St. Louis County, Missouri, USA Heinrich Tillman married Anna Maria Theresa Knueven, age 22, daughter of Ludwig Hubert Knueven and Elizabeth Webering.1

Citations

  1. [S301] Www.emslanders.com, Emslanders to the American Mid-West website.

William Omlar

b. circa 1825
     William Omlar was born circa 1825, Germany. On Monday, 23 February 1846 in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, William Omlar witnessed the marriage of Fidelis Uhl and Mary Margarette Daenninger. Witnesses were Michael and Rosa Uhl and William Omlar.1 On Wednesday, 29 April 1846 at Holy Angels in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA William Omlar married Rosa Uhl, age 19, daughter of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger.1

Child of William Omlar and Rosa Uhl

Citations

  1. [S444] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Marriages, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.

Elisabeth Kruse

b. 1825
     Elisabeth Kruse was born in 1825, Saxe-Altenburg, in Thuringia, Germany. She was the daughter of (?) Kruse. Circa 1855 Ohio, USA, Elisabeth Kruse married Henry Teders, son of (?) Teders. As of circa 1855, her married name was Elisabeth Teders (Kruse). Elisabeth is the head of a family on the 3 June 1880 Census in Allen Township, in Noble County, Indiana. Barney Teders is an apprentice carpenter, John works on the farm. Barney Kruse is a sailor.1

Children of Elisabeth Kruse and Henry Teders

  • Bernard Teders
  • Frances Teders
  • John Henry Teders
  • Mary Teders
  • Elizabeth Caroline Teders+ b. 1864, d. 4 May 1934
  • Frank H Teders

Citations

  1. [S372] 1880 US Census, Noble County, Indiana.

Henry F Rohenkohl

b. 1825
     Henry F Rohenkohl was born in 1825, in Hausstette, Vechta, in Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Johan Frederick Rohenkohl and Anna Maria Gertrude Rieman. Henry was listed as Johann Friedrich Rohenkohl's brother-in-law on the 18 November 1850 Census in New Vienna, in Dubuque County, Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S345] 1850 US Census Dubuque County, Iowa.

Jane Robertson

b. 1825, d. 4 July 1900
     Jane Robertson was born in 1825, in England, United Kingdom. On Monday, 31 August 1846 in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA, Jane Robertson married Jasper Homegardner, son of John Homegardner and Catherine (?). Names and place of birth from son's death certificate. As of 31 August 1846, her married name was Jane Homegardner (Robertson). Jane is the head of a family on the 1 June 1880 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio.1 She died on 4 July 1900 in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA.

Children of Jane Robertson and Jasper Homegardner

Citations

  1. [S70] 1880 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.

Joseph Camp

b. 1825, d. 28 April 1903
     Joseph Camp was born in 1825, in Baden, Germany. In 1855, Joseph Camp married Sabina Operle. Joseph is the head of a family on the 9 June 1880 Census in Huron Township, in Erie County, Ohio.1 He died on 28 April 1903 in Huron Township, in Erie Ohio, USA. He was buried on 1 May 1903 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.2

Children of Joseph Camp and Sabina Operle

Citations

  1. [S464] 1880 US Census Huron Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S449] St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church - Burials Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.

John B Finke

b. 1825, d. 24 October 1894
     John B Finke was born in 1825, in Prussia, Germany. On Thursday, 3 March 1853 in Auglaize County, Ohio, USA John B Finke married Maria Catherina Siefker, age 20, daughter of Joseph Rudolf Siefker and Maria Elizabeth Sanders. John is the head of a family on the 3 June 1880 Census in Dayton, in Montgomery County, Ohio. John is listed as a merchant tailor.1 He died on 24 October 1894 in Kettering, in Montgomery Ohio, USA.

Children of John B Finke and Maria Catherina Siefker

Citations

  1. [S588] 1880 US Census, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.

Johan Heinrich Christian Knueven

b. 31 January 1825
     Johan Heinrich Christian Knueven was born on 31 January 1825, in Haverbeck, Meppen, Emsland, in Niedersachsen, Germany; Godparents - Christian Arling of Espel and Maria Elizabeth Knueven.1 He was the son of John Bernard Eilard Knueven and Catherina Angela Arling. He is listed in the census as Catherina Angela Arling's son on the 1836 Census in Haverbeck, Meppen, in Emsland County, Niedersachsen.

Citations

  1. [S300] Email, Margret Berndzen to Sr. Dolores Brinkel, May 2007.

Joseph Smith

b. 26 March 1825, d. 26 February 1914
     Joseph Smith was born in Herschweiler-Petersheim, Kusel, in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany on 26 March 1825.1 He was baptized on 27 March 1825 in Brücken (Pfalz), Kusel, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Joseph Schmitt born March 26, 1825 to Joannis Nicolai Schmitt and Annae Mariae Eingieser, christened March 27, 1825, Roman Catholic.1 He was the son of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. Joseph 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 1835.2 Joseph Smith became Joseph Smith's godparent at his baptism in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 18 May 1846. Godparents Joseph Smith and Maria Smith.3 On Monday, 15 May 1848 in Holy Angels in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, Joseph Smith witnessed the marriage of Jacob Smith and Wilhelmina Herb.4,5 Joseph came in 1849 and settled in Sandusky, where he became engaged in teaming, after which he went to Cleveland, where he learned the cooper's trade. He then returned to Erie county, where he secured a position in the Mad River Railroad machine shop. He soon became foreman at the round house, where he remained eighteen years, resigning in 1871. He then became engaged in farming, and in 1878 purchased his present homestead of 250 acres in Perkins township, for which he paid $68 per acre for 50 acres, and $100 per acre for the rest.6 In 1852 in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio, USA Joseph Smith married Wilhelmina Schied. Joseph Smith became Mary Theresia Smith's godparent at her baptism in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Ohio, USA on 7 September 1864.7 Joseph is the head of a family on the 8 June 1880 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.8 Joseph is the head of a family on the 2 June 1900 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio. Joseph Smith, 72, is living with his daughter, Catherine Smith, 28. His occupation is farmer. He is living next door to the William Smith family, his son.9 He died on 26 February 1914 in Ridgefield Township, in Huron Ohio, USA at age 88.10

Children of Joseph Smith and Wilhelmina Schied

Citations

  1. [S26] Gefilmt durch The Genealogical Society of Utah, Kirchenbuch Brucken Germany 1741 -1959.
  2. [S327] Ship Silvie de Grasse; left Bremen in May 1835 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1835.
  3. [S164] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Baptisms, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  4. [S16] FamilySearch.org, Ohio County Marriages 1789 - 1994, Jacob Smith married May 15, 1848 in Erie Co., OH; Spouse Herb, W. Gender: M.
  5. [S444] Holy Angels Catholic Church - Marriages, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S24] Lewis Cass Aldrich, History of Erie County Ohio.
  7. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  8. [S67] 1880 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  9. [S73] 1900 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  10. [S448] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.

Johan Frederick Barth

b. 5 April 1825
     Johan Frederick Barth was born on 5 April 1825, in Verthe, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. He was the son of Johan Heinrich Barth and Maria Elizabeth Meyer. Johan Frederick Barth was baptized on 9 April 1825 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Colon Kruse from Osnabruck and Colon Barth, his brother.1 Circa 1848, Johan Frederick Barth married Margaret (?). Johan is the head of a family on the 19 September 1850 Census in Porter Township, in Scioto County, Ohio.2

Child of Johan Frederick Barth and Margaret (?)

Citations

  1. [S341] Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany, Kirchenbuch Sankt Dionysius Belm Germany.
  2. [S117] 1850 US Census Porter Twnsp, Scioto County, Ohio.