Clara Recker

b. 19 January 1835, d. 26 August 1877
     Clara Recker was born on 19 January 1835, in Hitzhausen, Ostercappeln, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Gerhard Heinrich Recker and Anna Maria Engel Heuer. Clara Recker was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Pennslyvania with Johan Heinrich Recker and Anna Maria Linkemeyer on 12 September 1838. On Tuesday, 20 April 1852 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 17, Clara Recker married Joseph Hermiller, age 29, son of Johann Bernard Hermiller and Anna Catherina Middelhoff.1 As of 20 April 1852, her married name was Clara Hermiller (Recker). Clara Recker died on 26 August 1877 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 42.

Child of Clara Recker and Joseph Hermiller

Citations

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

Bernard Anton Lucke

b. 7 February 1835, d. 6 August 1906
1880 Bernard Anthony Lucke
     Bernard Anton Lucke was also known as Barney Lucke. He was born on 7 February 1835, in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany; His mother is listed as Clara Rusch.1 He was the son of Johan Herman Lücke and Clara Kräll (Rusch). He was baptized on 9 February 1835 in Sankt Jacobus in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Godparents are Johan Bernard Lucke and Catharina Pohlman.2 He was the best man at Clara Louise Lücke and August Henrich Blutguth's wedding in Ennigerloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany on 11 August 1852.2 Bernard Anton Lucke emigrated on 19 May 1866 from Ennigerloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Paid 400 talers in Warendorf on Jan 15 1866 for a dismissal certificate which was issued May 19 1866. His occupation was listed as glazier and master painter. His parents were listed as Herman Lucke and Clara Rusch. His destination is given as Amerika. He was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Mobile on 18 June 1866 arriving in New York from Bremen. Name listed is Bernhard Luecke. Occupation listed as "painter". Destination given as "New York".3 On Wednesday, 15 May 1867 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 32, Bernard Anton Lucke married Anna Siefker, age 16, daughter of Joseph Rudolph Siefker and Franciska Feldhake. They were married by Rev. Sabastian Gunther.4,5 In the Declaration before the Putnam County Probate Court dated April 3, 1869 Bernard A Lucke (umlatt over the U) stated that he first arrived in the U.S. in June 1866. He foreswears all allegiance to Frederick William, King of Prussia. He states that he is at the time of the declaration 34 years of age. He has a lovely signature (B. A. Lucke) with an upper loop on the B and an extra swirl on the A in his initials. On 24 May 1869 BA and Anna Lucke inherit 40 acres in section 16 of Ottawa Township from the Siefkers. This is Anna's dowery .6 Bernard Anton Lucke bought the north half of lot 40 in Ottawa Village on 19 October 1869. Bernard is the head of a family on the 26 August 1870 Census in Ottawa, in Putnam County, Ohio. Name listed as "Samuel Lucky" 33 and his wife Anna 22 are living with their children: Mary 2, Barney 1. Occupation listed as "painter". Value of real estate listed as $1000.7 He was naturalized in 1874; Country of Origin = Prussia. In the 1880 Plat map of Putnam County, the land that B A and Anna Lucke inherited from the Siefkers is clearly marked. Bernard is the head of a family on the 28 June 1880 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio. Listed as Bernard Lucke 45 with his wife Anna, 30, and their children: Mary 12, Bernard 11, Herman 9, Henry 7, Lizzie 4, Lana 2, John P two months.8 He and Anna Siefker had 11 children. Bernard Anton Lucke and Anna Siefker were parents of the people in the family group photo of their family in 1893 in Putnam, Ohio, USA; Children of Bernard Anthony Lucke and Anna Catherine Siefker.
Biography: Bernard Anthony Lucke and his two oldest children and their families moved from Ohio to Arkansas around 1898. Research indicates that the Catholic community in Arkansas in conjunction with the railroad was actively recruiting Catholic immigrants to Arkansas at this time. In any event, his wife and other children remained in Ohio. Bernard Anton Lucke was employed as a specialist in making paint (grind the pigment and mix the oils). According to Donald Lucke, his father (Ben Lucke, B.A.'s oldest son) told him the reason B. A. came to Pine Bluff was because the St. Louis Southwestern Railway located there in 1885 and Bernard was employed by them as a specialist at making paint. I have heard a similar story from cousin Frances Kolhoff. She said that B. A. worked in his family's ship-building business and he mixed the paint.9 He was listed as John Heising's father-in-law on the 1 June 1900 Census in Vaugine Township, in Jefferson County, Arkansas.10 On 6 August 1906 Bernard died in Pine Bluff, Vaugine Township, in Jefferson Arkansas, USA at age 71. He was buried "Lucke, A. B., died 6 August 1906" on 8 August 1906 in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, USA.11 He and Anna Siefker were parents of the people in the family group photo of their family in 1935; at the Lucke family reunion at Roof's farm.

Children of Bernard Anton Lucke and Anna Siefker

Citations

  1. [S539] FamilySearch.org, Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558 - 1898.
  2. [S540] Kirchenbuch, St. Jakobus Katholische Kirche Ennigerloh (Bistumsarchiv Münster),.
  3. [S153] Ship Mobile; left Bremen, Germany in 1866 arrived in New York on June 18, 1866.
  4. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S20] Putnam County, Probate, Marriages 1834-1927, Anna Catherine Sufker to Bernard Luke
    15 MAY 1867, Putnam, Ohio.
  6. [S101] Putnam County, Ohio Deeds 1840-1882 and general index 1830-1951 Putnam County Deeds, Franciska Siefker and her children to Bernard Lucke and Anna Siefker Lucke.
  7. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  8. [S39] 1880 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  9. [S129] Email, Karen Lucke Heitmeyer to Joyce Sziebert Feb. 2, 2005.
  10. [S47] 1900 US Census Vaugine Twnsp Jefferson County Arkansas.
  11. [S256] St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, In the Palm of His Hand; St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery; Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Maria Gertrud Ratermann

b. 30 April 1835, d. 28 June 1914
     Maria Gertrud Ratermann was born on 30 April 1835, in Ankum, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Herman H Ratermann and Maria G Kamper. On Tuesday, 7 September 1852 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 17, Maria Gertrud Ratermann married Ferdinand Unterbrink, age 27, son of Johann Heinrich Unterbrink and Maria Catharina Mellenbrink.1,2 As of 7 September 1852, her married name was Maria Gertrud Unterbrink (Ratermann). Maria Gertrud Ratermann is listed as Ferdinand Unterbrink's wife on the 25 July 1860 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 Maria Gertrud Ratermann is listed as Ferdinand Unterbrink's wife on the 22 July 1870 Census in Greensburg Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Maria Gertrud Ratermann died on 28 June 1914 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 79.

Children of Maria Gertrud Ratermann and Ferdinand Unterbrink

  • 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. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S53] 1860 US Census Greensburg Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S49] 1870 US Census, Greensburg Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.

Henrietta Anselm

b. 25 August 1835, d. 10 May 1838
     Henrietta Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 25 August 1835.1 She was the daughter of Fidel Anselm and Barbara Schraner. On 10 May 1838 Henrietta died in Altdorf, in Freiburg Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 2.1

Citations

  1. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.

August Uhl1

b. 25 August 1835, d. 16 November 1917
     August Uhl was baptized on 25 August 1835 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger.1 August Uhl was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Albany arriving at New York from Le Havre on 4 August 1843.2 On Thursday, 26 November 1868 at St. Sebastian's in Bismarck, in Huron, Ohio, USA at age 33, August Uhl married Barbara Meyer.3 August is the head of a family on the 9 June 1880 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.4 In 1887, August Uhl married Genovessa Ammann. August Uhl died on 16 November 1917 in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 82.5 He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.

Children of August Uhl and Barbara Meyer

Citations

  1. [S151] Kirchenbuch, 1583-1907 Ettenheim, baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, family book.
  2. [S12] Ship Albany; left Le Havre, France in May 1843 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1843.
  3. [S455] St. Sebastian's Catholic Church - Marriages.
  4. [S67] 1880 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S147] Sandusky Register.

Maria Elizabeth Knueven

b. 15 September 1835
     Maria Elizabeth Knueven was born on 15 September 1835, in Haverbeck, Meppen, Emsland, in Niedersachsen, Germany; Godparents - Maria Elizabeth Webering and Bernard Kiesting.1 She was the daughter of Ludwig Hubert Knueven and Elizabeth Webering. She is listed as Ludwig Hubert Knueven's daughter on the 1836 Census in Haverbeck, Meppen, in Emsland County, Niedersachsen.2

Citations

  1. [S300] Email, Margret Berndzen to Sr. Dolores Brinkel, May 2007.
  2. [S301] Www.emslanders.com, Emslanders to the American Mid-West website.

Frederick William Schierloh

b. 1836, d. 6 October 1865
     Frederick William Schierloh was born in 1836, in Ostbevern, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was the son of William Schierloh and Clara Inkrott. He is listed in the census as William Schierloh's son on the 13 June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.1 On Wednesday, 16 October 1861 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA Frederick William Schierloh married Theresa Karhoff, age 21, daughter of Henry Karhoff and Mary Grote.2,3 Frederick William Schierloh died on 6 October 1865 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA.4

Children of Frederick William Schierloh and Theresa Karhoff

Citations

  1. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S20] Putnam County, Probate, Marriages 1834-1927, Theodore W. Schuloh to Anna M. T. Karhof
    16 OCT 1861, Putnam, Ohio.
  3. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Cecilia Uhl1

b. 1836
     Cecilia Uhl was born in 1836, in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany; Cecilia, 6, is listed with her parents on the passenger manifest.1 She was the daughter of Melchior Uhl and Theresa Geiger.1 Cecilia Uhl was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Albany arriving at New York from Le Havre on 4 August 1843.1

Citations

  1. [S12] Ship Albany; left Le Havre, France in May 1843 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1843.

Bernard Henry Huelsman

b. 11 January 1836, d. 24 January 1924
     Bernard Henry Huelsman was born on 11 January 1836, Germany. On Tuesday, 29 October 1867 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 31, Bernard Henry Huelsman married Carolina Kippe.1 On Wednesday, 15 February 1871 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 35, Bernard Henry Huelsman married Louisa Elizabeth Heitmeyer, age 25, daughter of John Henry Heitmeyer and Anna Elizabeth von der landwer.1 Bernard is the head of a family on the 25 June 1880 Census in Pleasant Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2 Bernard is the head of a family on the 9 June 1900 Census in Pleasant Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 He was listed as Frank Karhoff's father-in-law on the 14 January 1920 Census in Pleasant Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Bernard Henry Huelsman died on 24 January 1924 in Pleasant Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 88.5

Children of Bernard Henry Huelsman and Carolina Kippe

  • Theresa Huelsman
  • Catherine Huelsman
  • Anthony Huelsman

Children of Bernard Henry Huelsman and Louisa Elizabeth Heitmeyer

  • Elisabeth Huelsman+ b. 11 Mar 1872, d. 27 Jan 1910
  • Mary Huelsman
  • Anna Huelsman
  • Louisa Huelsman
  • Ernestine Huelsman
  • Helena Huelsman b. Dec 1885, d. 27 Jul 1919
  • Veronika Huelsman

Citations

  1. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S93] 1880 US Census Pleasant Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  3. [S119] 1900 US Census Pleasant Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  4. [S45] 1920 US Census Pleasant Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  5. [S30] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Glandorf, Ohio Burials.

Mathias Anselm

b. 3 February 1836, d. 12 April 1838
     Mathias Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 3 February 1836. He was the son of Sebastian Anselm and Maria Katharina Seeger. On 12 April 1838 Mathias died in Altdorf, in Freiburg Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 2.

Jacob F. Kanzler

b. 11 February 1836, d. 17 October 1892
     Jacob F. Kanzler was born in Baden, Germany on 11 February 1836. He was the son of (?) Kanzler. In 1862Jacob's occupation was proprietor of the City Bakery on Water Street in Sandusky.1 On Thursday, 24 September 1863 at St. Sebastian's in Bismarck, in Huron County, Ohio, USA at age 27, Jacob F. Kanzler married Amalia Herb, age 20, daughter of Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm.2 Jacob F. Kanzler became Celia Herb's godparent at her baptism in St. Anthony's in Milan, Ohio, USA on 28 May 1871.3 Jacob is the head of a family on the 1880 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio. Jacob, 44, is a baker. Hise future son-in-law, Albert Singler, boarding with them, is also a baker.4 He became John Herman Herb's godparent at his baptism in St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 24 January 1886.5 Jacob died on 17 October 1892 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, USA, age 56 years, 8 months, 6 days.6 He was buried on 19 October 1892 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.7

Children of Jacob F. Kanzler and Amalia Herb

Citations

  1. [S133] Geo. W. Hawes, Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory.
  2. [S455] St. Sebastian's Catholic Church - Marriages.
  3. [S450] St. Anthony's Catholic Church, St. Anthony's Catholic Church Milan, Ohio.
  4. [S70] 1880 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S445] St. Mary's Catholic Church - Baptisms.
  6. [S33] Rutherford B Hayes Library, Rutherford B Hayes Library Death Index for Northwestern Ohio.
  7. [S132] St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio Burials, Sandusky, Ohio.

Christina Smith

b. 14 February 1836, d. 16 January 1922
     Christina Smith was born in Perkins Township, Erie, in Ohio, USA on 14 February 1836.1 She was the daughter of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. She is listed as Mary Eingieser's daughter on the 18 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.2 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. On Monday, 21 May 1855 at St. Sebastian's in Bismarck, in Huron County, Ohio, USA, at age 19, Christina Smith married John Peter Mainzer, son of Carl Mainzer and Anna Barbara (?).3 As of 21 May 1855, her married name was Christina Mainzer (Smith). Christina Smith was listed as Carl Mainzer's daughter-in-law on the 9 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.4 Christina Smith is listed as John Peter Mainzer's wife on the 1 August 1870 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.5 Christina Smith is listed as John Peter Mainzer's wife on the 9 June 1880 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.6 Christina Smith was listed as Franz Edmund Mainzer's mother on the 7 June 1900 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.7 Christina Smith was listed as William Carl Mainzer's mother on the 7 May 1910 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.8 On 16 January 1922 Christina died in Perkins Township, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 85.9 She was buried on 18 January 1922 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.

Children of Christina Smith and John Peter Mainzer

Citations

  1. [S448] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.
  2. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  3. [S455] St. Sebastian's Catholic Church - Marriages.
  4. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S66] 1870 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S67] 1880 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  7. [S73] 1900 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  8. [S80] 1910 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  9. [S211] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

Anna Moening

b. 1 May 1836, d. 6 March 1912
     Anna Moening was born in Ottawa Township, Putnam, in Ohio, USA on 1 May 1836. She was baptized on 1 May 1836 in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA. Seventh child to be baptised at St. John's in Glandorf.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Moening and Anna Maria Recker. Her baptism name was Anna Maria Moening. On Tuesday, 1 May 1855 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, at age 19, Anna Moening married Gerhard Meyer, age 21, son of Theodor Meyer and Anna Mersman. Gerhard Bernard Mayer to Ana Mar. Monick 1855; Alois Schelbert, Priest.2 As of 1 May 1855, her married name was Anna Meyer (Moening). Anna Moening and Gerhard Meyer had 11 children. Anna Moening is listed as Gerhard Meyer's wife on the June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 Anna Moening is listed as Gerhard Meyer's wife on the 5 August 1870 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.4 Anna Moening is listed as Gerhard Meyer's wife on the 20 June 1880 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.5 Anna Moening is listed as Gerhard Meyer's wife on the 15 June 1900 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.6 On 6 March 1912 Anna died in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 75. She was buried on 9 March 1912 in St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA. Age at death was 75 years, 10 months, 5 days. We have a Mass card for her.

Children of Anna Moening and Gerhard Meyer

Citations

  1. [S18] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Baptisms, Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  2. [S17] St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Marriages Glandorf, Putnam County, Ohio.
  3. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  5. [S39] 1880 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  6. [S40] 1900 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.

Bernard Henrich Lücke

b. 20 June 1836
     Bernard Henrich Lücke was born on 20 June 1836, in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was baptized on 21 June 1836 in Ennigerloh, Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Johan Herman Lücke and Maria Aloysia Buckebrede.

Citations

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

Helena Herb

b. 30 October 1836, d. 30 October 1836
     She was baptized on 30 October 1836 in die katholische Kirche in Ettenheim, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Father's occupation is listed as "burger und Taglihaer Infior."1 Helena died on 30 October 1836 in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2,3 She was the daughter of Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm.

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, 30 Oct 1836 Baptism and death of Helena Herb, daughter of Heribert Herb and Zezilia Anselm.
  3. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.

Anton Mainzer

b. December 1836, d. 12 June 1917
     Anton Mainzer was also known as Anthony Mainzer. He was born in December 1836, in Prussia, Germany. He was the son of Carl Mainzer and Anna Barbara (?) Anton Mainzer was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Ann Welsh with Carl Mainzer and Anna Barbara (?) on 26 September 1844. He is listed in the census as Carl Mainzer's son on the 17 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.1 He is listed in the census as Carl Mainzer's son on the 9 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.2 Anton served in the military between 1862 and 1865. Enlisted as a Corporal on 15 August 1862 at the age of 24. Enlisted in Company F, 107th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 9 Sep 1862. Promoted to Full Sergeant on 24 Nov 1862. Mustered Out Company F, 107th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 10 Jul 1865 at Charleston, OH.. On Tuesday, 24 October 1876 at St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA at age 39, Anton Mainzer married Marie Magdalene Smith, age 28, daughter of Anthony Smith and Anna Mary Courtad.3 Anton is the head of a family on the 7 June 1900 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.4 He died on 12 June 1917 in Perkins Township, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 80. He was buried on 16 June 1917 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.5

Citations

  1. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  3. [S446] St. Mary's Catholic Church - Marriages.
  4. [S73] 1900 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  5. [S449] St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church - Burials Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.

Charles J. Smith

b. 1837, d. 22 March 1872
     Charles J. Smith was born in Sandusky, Erie, in Ohio, USA in 1837. He was the son of Nicholas Smith Jr. and Margaretha Eingieser. He is listed in the census as Nicholas Smith Jr.'s son on the 1 November 1850 Census in Portland Township, in Erie County, Ohio.1 He is listed in the census as Margaretha Eingieser's son on the 17 June 1860 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio.2 On 22 March 1872 Charles died in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S4] 1850 US Census Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S75] 1860 US Census Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  3. [S33] Rutherford B Hayes Library, Rutherford B Hayes Library Death Index for Northwestern Ohio.

Anthony Mehring

b. 1837
     Anthony Mehring was born in 1837, Mercer, in Ohio, USA. He was the son of Joseph Mehring and Catherina Schoene. He is listed in the census as an unknown person 's son on the 1840 Census in Marion Township, in Mercer County, Ohio.1 He is listed in the census as Joseph Mehring's son on the 28 June 1860 Census in Marion Township, in Mercer County, Ohio.2

Citations

  1. [S340] 1840 US Census Mercer County Ohio.
  2. [S264] 1860 US Census Mercer County, Ohio.

Gertrude Maria Kottenbrock

b. 1837, d. 1890
     Gertrude Maria Kottenbrock was born in 1837, Germany. On Wednesday, 1 October 1856 at St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA, Gertrude Maria Kottenbrock married Henry Kleman, age 14, son of Andrew Kleman and Maria Anna Gerdeman. Gertrude Maria Kottenbrock died in 1890 in Glandorf, in Putnam Ohio, USA.

Child of Gertrude Maria Kottenbrock and Henry Kleman

Johan Theodor Buelter

b. 13 March 1837
     Johan Theodor Buelter was born on 13 March 1837, in Borghorst, Steinfurt, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. He was baptized on 13 March 1837 in Borghorst, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 He was the son of Bernard Buelter and Maria Clara Hueve.

Citations

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

Maria Catharina Mersman

b. 30 April 1837
     Maria Catharina Mersman was baptized on 30 April 1837 in Rheine, Steinfurt, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Gerhard Mersman and Anna Catharina Schnippe.

Citations

  1. [S539] FamilySearch.org, Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558 - 1898.

Johan Baptist Anselm

b. 21 May 1837, d. 31 May 1838
     Johan Baptist Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 21 May 1837.1 He was baptized on 21 May 1837 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He was the son of Fidel Anselm and Barbara Schraner. On 31 May 1838 Johan died in Altdorf, in Freiburg Baden-Württemberg, Germany at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S15] Altdorf Lineage Book, Ortssippenbuch Altdorf, Stadt Ettenheim, Ortenaukreis, Baden, Germany.

Maria Angela Barth

b. 16 June 1837
     Maria Angela Barth was born on 16 June 1837, in Verthe, Osnabrück, in Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Heinrich Barth and Maria Elizabeth Meyer. Maria Angela Barth was baptized on 18 June 1837 in St. Dionysius in Belm, Osnabrück, Niedersachsen, Germany. Godparents - Anna Maria Rutemeyr born Dittmar. Witnesses - Maria Angela Langewand, Colon in Icker, and Gerhard Henrich Bücker.1

Citations

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

Henry F Schmenk

b. 27 June 1837, d. 12 January 1910
     Henry F Schmenk was born on 27 June 1837, in Bocholt, Borken, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.1 His baptism name was Heinrich Friderick Schmeink. He was the son of Johann Herman Schmenk and Adelheid Francisca Telake. He is listed in the census as Johann Herman Schmenk's son on the 16 September 1850 Census in Medina, in Medina County, Ohio.2 He is listed in the census as Johann Herman Schmenk's son on the 16 June 1860 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.3 Henry F Schmenk served in the military Grand Army of the Republic; Henry Schmank; Company:D Unit: 21 Ohio Infantry. (3 Months, 1861.) Rank - Induction: Private. Rank - Discharge: Private in 1861.4 On Wednesday, 29 April 1863 at Holy Family Church in New Cleveland, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 25, Henry F Schmenk married Maria Theresa Gannings.5,6 On Wednesday, 17 July 1867 at Holy Family Church in New Cleveland, in Putnam County, Ohio, USA at age 30, Henry F Schmenk married Maria Anna Fembert, age 24, daughter of Bernard Herman Fembert and Maria Adelheid Stegmann. Married 32 years in census of 1900.7,6 Henry is the head of a family on the 4 August 1870 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.8 He was baptized on 11 August 1878 in Holy Family Church in New Cleveland, Putnam, Ohio, USA.6 Henry is the head of a family on the 20 June 1900 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.9 He died on 12 January 1910 in Ottawa Township, in Putnam Ohio, USA at age 72.10 He was buried on 14 January 1910 in Holy Family Cemetery in New Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Age at death 72 years, 6 months, 15 days.11

Children of Henry F Schmenk and Maria Theresa Gannings

  • Herman Henry Schmenk
  • Anna Adelheid Schmenk

Children of Henry F Schmenk and Maria Anna Fembert

  • Henry Bernard Schmenk
  • Maria Theresa Schmenk
  • Lewis Schmenk
  • John Frank Schmenk
  • Matthias Schmenk
  • Frederick William Schmenk
  • Johanna Maria Schmenk
  • Joseph Rudolph Schmenk+ b. 18 Mar 1883, d. 22 Dec 1980
  • Catherine Schmenk
  • Frank Schmenk+ b. 20 Aug 1888

Citations

  1. [S209] Sankt Georg Bocholt Germany Katholische Kirchenbuch, Kirchenbuch, Sankt Georg Bocholt Germany 1815 - 1874.
  2. [S499] 1850 US Census Medina County, Ohio.
  3. [S6] 1860 US Census Ottawa Twnsp, Putnam County, Ohio.
  4. [S210] Henry Schmenk, Civil War Compiled Military Service Records.
  5. [S208] Ruth H. Pierce, Putnam County, Ohio Marriages 1834-1877.
  6. [S474] Holy Family Catholic Church, Holy Family Catholic Church New Cleveland Ohio.
  7. [S20] Putnam County, Probate, Marriages 1834-1927.
  8. [S1] 1870 US Census, Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County, Ohio.
  9. [S40] 1900 US Census Ottawa Twnsp Putnam County Ohio.
  10. [S163] Putnam County, Probate, Deaths 1867 - 1920.
  11. [S138] Holy Family Catholic Cemetery New Cleveland Ohio,.

Cecilia Herb

b. 5 October 1837, d. 29 May 1876
     Cecilia Herb was also known as Cecelia Herb. She was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 5 October 1837.1 She was baptized on 6 October 1837 in die katholische Kirche in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Note that at this time many church records were entered in Latin. Her name is given as "Caecilia Herb."1 She was the daughter of Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm. On 4 August 1843 Cecilia Herb immigrated with Heribert Herb and Cecelia Anselm from Freiburg, Baden to Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, USA.2 Cecilia Herb was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Albany on 4 August 1843. 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.2
On Monday, 24 July 1854 at St. Sebastian's in Bismarck, in Huron County, Ohio, USA, at age 16, Cecilia Herb married Joseph Kromer, age 22, son of Andrew Kromer and Margaretha Werner.3,4 As of 24 July 1854, her married name was Cecilia Kromer (Herb). Cecilia Herb is listed as Joseph Kromer's wife on the 10 August 1860 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.5 Cecilia Herb is listed as Joseph Kromer's wife on the 1 August 1870 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.6 On 29 May 1876 Cecilia died in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA at age 38. She was buried on 31 May 1876 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.7

Children of Cecilia Herb and Joseph Kromer

Citations

  1. [S151] Kirchenbuch, 1583-1907 Ettenheim, baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, family book.
  2. [S12] Ship Albany; left Le Havre, France in May 1843 arrived in New York on Aug 4, 1843.
  3. [S24] Lewis Cass Aldrich, History of Erie County Ohio, 594-595, Cecelia Harp identified as wife of Joseph Kromer.
  4. [S455] St. Sebastian's Catholic Church - Marriages.
  5. [S13] 1860 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S66] 1870 US Census, Perkins Twnsp Erie County, Ohio.
  7. [S132] St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio Burials, Sandusky, Ohio.

Mary Elizabeth Recker

b. 22 October 1837
     Mary Elizabeth Recker was born on 22 October 1837, in Ottawa Township, Putnam, in Ohio, USA. She was baptized on 23 October 1837 in St. John the Baptist in Glandorf, Putnam, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of Johan Christopher Henrich Recker and Maria Angela Mehring. Her mother died in 1843 and her father died in 1845. Mary Elizabeth Recker was listed as William Herman Recker's niece on the 20 August 1850 Census in Ottawa Township, in Putnam County, Ohio.2

Citations

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

Catherine Smith

b. 1838, d. 16 April 1854
     Catherine Smith was also known as Mary Catherine Smith. She was born in Perkins Township, Erie, in Ohio, USA in 1838. She was the daughter of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. She is listed as Mary Eingieser's daughter on the 18 December 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.1 Catherine Smith was named an heir in the will of Mary Eingieser dated December 1853. Catherine died at age 16 years on 16 April 1854 in Perkins Township, Erie, Ohio, USA. Probably died in the cholera epidemic as the biography of one of her brothers states that he lost his mother and a sister in the epidemic. She was buried on 18 April 1854 in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S68] 1850 US Census Perkins Twnsp, Erie County, Ohio.
  2. [S135] St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio Burials,.

Mary Anna Mainzer

b. 1838, d. 2 February 1916
     Mary Anna Mainzer was born in 1838, Kusel, in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Anton Mainzer and Anna Maria Eingieser. Mary Anna Mainzer was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Ann Welsh with Anton Mainzer and Anna Maria Eingieser on 26 September 1844. She is listed as Anton Mainzer's daughter on the 1 October 1850 Census in Bronson, in Huron County, Ohio.2 Mary Anna Mainzer became Franz Edmund Mainzer's godparent at his baptism in St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 13 April 1866.3 On Tuesday, 22 October 1867 in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio, USA, Mary Anna Mainzer married Frank Smith, age 33, son of Nicolaus Smith and Mary Eingieser. May Manzer to Frank Smith.4 As of 22 October 1867, her married name was Mary Smith (Mainzer). Mary Anna Mainzer became Carl Mainzer's godparent at his baptism in St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 15 August 1869.3 Mary Anna Mainzer became Carrie Bing's godparent at her baptism in St. Mary's Church in Sandusky, Ohio, USA on 19 September 1869.3 Mary Anna Mainzer is listed as Frank Smith's wife on the 1 June 1880 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio.5 Mary Anna Mainzer is listed as Frank Smith's wife on the 16 June 1900 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio.6 Mary Anna Mainzer is listed as Frank Smith's wife on the 16 April 1910 Census in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio.7 Mary Anna Mainzer died on 2 February 1916 in Sandusky, in Erie Ohio, USA.1 She was buried on 5 February 1916 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio, USA.8

Children of Mary Anna Mainzer and Frank Smith

Citations

  1. [S448] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.
  2. [S595] 1850 US Census Huron County, Ohio.
  3. [S445] St. Mary's Catholic Church - Baptisms.
  4. [S217] Erie County Probate Court, Erie County Probate, Marriage Records 1838 -1919.
  5. [S70] 1880 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  6. [S185] 1900 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  7. [S188] 1910 US Census, Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.
  8. [S449] St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church - Burials Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.

Peter Epp

b. 1838
     Peter Epp was born in 1838, in Bavaria, Germany. He was the son of Frederick Epp and Anna Elizabeth (?) Peter Epp was listed on the passenger list of the Ship Howard to New York with Frederick Epp and Anna Elizabeth (?) on 9 December 1839 Frederick's occupation is listed as glazor. Peter Epp was listed as Catherine (?)'s grandson on the 1850 Census in Perkins Township, in Erie County, Ohio.1 Peter is the head of a family on the 1860 Census in Oxford, in Erie County, Ohio. Peter served in the military between 1861 and 1863. Circa 1865 in Sandusky, in Erie County, Ohio, USA Peter Epp married Sarah Skeaden. Peter is the head of a family on the June 1880 Census in Ridgefield Township, in Huron County, Ohio. Peter has 172 acres in corn, oats and wheat.

Children of Peter Epp and Sarah Skeaden

Citations

  1. [S4] 1850 US Census Erie County, Ohio.

Anton Anselm

b. 10 January 1838, d. 5 January 1839
     Anton Anselm was born in Altdorf, Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany on 10 January 1838. He was the son of Sebastian Anselm and Maria Katharina Seeger. Anton died on 5 January 1839 in Altdorf, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.