James T Turner

b. 8 October 1840, d. 13 August 1907
     James T Turner was born on 8 October 1840. Circa 1865 in Clark, Missouri, USA, James T Turner married Sarah Catherine Childers, daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. In 1897 in Deloit, in Crawford, Iowa, USA, James T Turner married Nancy Ann Childers, daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. James T Turner died on 13 August 1907 in Deloit, Iowa, USA at age 66.

George W Childers

b. 1841
     George W Childers was born in 1841 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. He was the son of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. George W Childers was listed as Robert Childers Jr's son on the Census of 17 August 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.1 George W Childers was listed as James Perry Childers's brother on the Census of 1870 in Summerville, Union, Oregon.2

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S346] 1870 US Federal Census, Union County, Oregon.

Josephine Grimm

b. 3 October 1841, d. 21 April 1911
     Josephine Grimm was born on 3 October 1841 in Baden, Germany. In 1866 in Paris, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA, Josephine Grimm married John Mich, son of Nicholas John Mich and Maria Kass. Her married name was Josephine Mich (Grimm). Josephine Grimm was listed as John Mich's wife on the Census of 27 June 1870 in Paris in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.1
Josephine Grimm was listed as John Mich's wife on the Census of 1880 in Paris in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.2
Josephine Grimm was listed as John Mich's wife on the Census of 1 June 1900 in Paris in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.3
Josephine Grimm died on 21 April 1911 in Paris, Wisconsin, USA at age 69. She was buried on 23 April 1911 in Paris, Wisconsin, USA.

Children of Josephine Grimm and John Mich

Citations

  1. [S432] 1870 US Federal Census, Paris, Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  2. [S209] 1880 US Federal Census, Paris, Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  3. [S210] 1900 US Federal Census, Paris, Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Philippe Lentz

b. 7 November 1841, d. 8 April 1920
     Philippe Lentz was born on 7 November 1841 in Medernach, Diekirch, Diekirch, Luxemburg. Born at 1 AM.1,2 He was baptized on 7 November 1841 in Medernach, Diekirch, Luxemburg Godparents: Philip Lentz and Appolonia Binseler of Medernach.3 He was the son of Michael Lentz and Anne Marie Buttel. Philippe Lentz was found on the passenger list of the Bark Gertrude with Michael Lentz departing from Antwerp, Belgium on 13 May 1856.1,4 Philippe Lentz appears on the census of 30 June 1860 in Dubuque in Dubuque County, Iowa; Phillip Lentz, a shoe maker, working with and living with, P.H. Ferris.5 Philippe served as a private in the 5th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry between 1861 and 1865. On Tuesday, 13 July 1869 in St. Catherine's in Dubuque, in Dubuque, Iowa, USA, Philippe Lentz married Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff, age 20, daughter of Mathias Ernsdorff and Elizabeth Therese Huguet.6,1 On 19 August 1870 the Census listed Philippe Lentz as the head of a family in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a farmer. His father, Michael, is listed as a laborer.7 On 1 June 1880 the Census listed Philippe Lentz as the head of a family in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a shoemaker. Son Anthony is possible a mistaken identity for daughter Mary.8 On 2 June 1900 the Census listed Philippe Lentz as the head of a family in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a farmer.9 On 10 May 1910 the Census listed Philippe Lentz as the head of a family in Yakima in Yakima County, Washington.10 He was listed as Michael Lentz's father on the Census of 3 January 1920 in Yakima, Yakima, Washington.11 Philippe Lentz died on 8 April 1920 in Yakima, Washington, USA at age 78. Cause of death was asthma and bronchial pneumonia.1 He was buried on 12 April 1920 in Yakima, Washington, USA.1

Children of Philippe Lentz and Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S251] 1977 Filmés par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Medernach, Luxembourg Registres de l'état civil 1779-1902.
  3. [S252] 1962 Filmé par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Medernach,, Luxembourg Registres paroissiaux, 1779 - 1807.
  4. [S405] Phillip Lenz, Gertrude passenger list, May 13, 1856, New York Passenger Lists.
  5. [S206] 1860 US Federal Census, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa.
  6. [S235] Iowa. District Court (Dubuque County), Marriage records, 1865 - 1874 Dubuque County Iowa.
  7. [S194] 1870 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  8. [S161] 1880 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  9. [S162] 1900 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  10. [S103] 1910 US Federal Census, Yakima, Washington.
  11. [S82] 1920 US Federal Census, Yakima, Washington.

James Montville Wetherwax

b. 1842, d. 14 August 1907
     James Montville Wetherwax was born in 1842 in Michigan, USA. James served in the military between 1864 and 1865. He was a Civil War veteran. Enlisted in Company H, Michigan 8th Cavalry Regiment on 23 Aug 1864. Mustered out on 10 Jun 1865 at Pulaski, TN.. On Sunday, 5 September 1869 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, James Montville Wetherwax married Adelaide J. Stephenson, daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner.1 James Montville Wetherwax appears on the census of 5 August 1870 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan; Mottville Weatherwax 25 and his wife Adeline 18 are living in White Pigeon. He is a stone mason.2 He was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's brother-in-law on the Census of 11 June 1880 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.3 On 14 June 1880 the Census listed James Montville Wetherwax as the head of a family in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. It appears this family was in the census twice..3 He died on 14 August 1907 in Ionia, Michigan, USA.4

Children of James Montville Wetherwax and Adelaide J. Stephenson

Citations

  1. [S563] FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org), Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995.
  2. [S130] 1870 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  3. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  4. [S941] Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics Death Records. Michigan Department of Community Health Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950.

Franklin G. Stark

b. 1842
     Franklin G. Stark was born in 1842 in Medina, Medina, Ohio, USA. He was the son of Stukely Stark and Eliza Ann Stephenson. Franklin G. Stark was listed as Stukely Stark's son on the Census of 12 August 1850 in Brunswick Township in Medina county, Ohio.1 Franklin G. Stark was listed as Stukely Stark's son on the Census of 4 June 1860 in Brunswick Township in Medina county, Ohio.2

Citations

  1. [S176] 1850 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  2. [S213] 1860 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.

Kitty Childers

b. May 1842, d. 1906
     Kitty Childers was also known as Katherine Jane Childers. She was born in May 1842 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. Kitty Childers was listed as Robert Childers Jr's daughter on the Census of 17 August 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri.1 On Sunday, 22 November 1863 in Jefferson Township, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Kitty Childers married Joseph Leonard Barker, age 19. Her married name was Kitty Barker (Childers). Kitty Childers died in 1906 in Jefferson Township, Missouri, USA. She was buried in 1906.

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.

Lewis Reichel Sr

b. 2 May 1842, d. 12 April 1923
1878 Louis Reichel
     Lewis Reichel Sr was born on 2 May 1842 in Holtzhausen, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany.1 He was the son of (?) Reichel. Lewis Reichel Sr was found on the passenger list of the Ship China on 2 June 1859 departing from Bremen, Germany, to New Orleans.2 He and Louis Steinrauf was in military service between 1861 and 1865 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Company H, 15th Missouri Infantry; mustered in Sept, 1, 1861, honorably discharged Dec 25, 1865.1 On Monday, 9 April 1866 in Lee, Iowa, USA, Lewis Reichel Sr married Elisabeth Schmidt, age 19. Married by H. Kirchhoss, M.G..1 Lewis Reichel Sr and Elisabeth Schmidt witnessed Louis Steinrauf and Anna Reichel's wedding in St. Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, on 30 October 1866.3
He was a pioneer settler in Arapahoe, Furnas, Nebraska, USA. "Many hardships were endured by the pioneers. Thousands of Texas cattle driven to the Republican Valley to winter perished in the heavy snows in 1871 and 1872. A grasshopper horde descended in 1874 virtually destroying the territory. Prairie fires were a constant threat, and many families were bereaved in dyptheria epidemics."4 On 5 June 1880 the Census listed Lewis Reichel Sr as the head of a family in Olympia in Thurston County, Washington.5 He witnessed the anti-Chinese riots on 9 February 1886 in Olympia, Thurston, Washington, USA. On 12 June 1900 the Census listed Lewis Reichel Sr as the head of a family in Thurston County, Washington.6 On 5 May 1910 the Census listed Lewis Reichel Sr as the head of a family in Thurston County, Washington.7 A photo of the 50th wedding anniversary of Lewis Reichel Sr and Elisabeth Schmidt on 9 April 1916 in Mima, Thurston, Washington, USA. Lewis Reichel Sr was listed as John Reichel's father on the Census of 20 January 1920 in Rainier, Thurston, Washington.8 Lewis Reichel Sr died on 12 April 1923 in Mima, Washington, USA, age 80.1

Children of Lewis Reichel Sr and Elisabeth Schmidt

Citations

  1. [S117] "Louis Reichel and Elizabeth Schmidt,."
  2. [S428] Ludwig Reichel, China passenger list, June 2, 1859, M259_47.
  3. [S186] Ancestry.com, Missouri Marriages, 1766-1983, Louis Steinrauf to Anna Reicher in St. Louis, Missouri.
  4. [S363] Arapahoe City Website, History of Arapahoe, Furnas County, Nebraska.
  5. [S88] 1880 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.
  6. [S89] 1900 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.
  7. [S87] 1910 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.
  8. [S119] 1920 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.

Daniel Webster McClain

b. 5 November 1842, d. 27 September 1911
     Daniel Webster McClain was born on 5 November 1842 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. He was the son of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Daniel Webster McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's son on the Census of 4 September 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.1 Daniel Webster McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's son on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.2 On Thursday, 2 September 1869, Daniel Webster McClain married Rebecca Kisling. Daniel Webster McClain appears on the census of 6 August 1870 in Calyquato Precinct in Lewis County, Washington; Daniel is a brickmaker.3 On Sunday, 30 November 1873 in Linn, Oregon, USA, Daniel Webster McClain married Cora Lucretia Ann Couch, age 19, daughter of Pleasant Henry Couch and Ann Rebecca Morris. On 9 June 1880 the Census listed Daniel Webster McClain as the head of a family in Harrisburg in Linn County, Oregon. Daniel is a brickmaker..4 On 4 June 1900 the Census listed Daniel Webster McClain as the head of a family in Harrisburg in Linn County, Oregon. They have had 8 children of whom 5 are still living..5 On 1 May 1910 the Census listed Daniel Webster McClain as the head of a family in Harrisburg in Linn County, Oregon.6
He died on 27 September 1911 in Harrisburg, Oregon, USA at age 68. He was buried on 29 September 1911 in Harrisburg, Oregon, USA.

Children of Daniel Webster McClain and Cora Lucretia Ann Couch

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  3. [S202] 1870 US Federal Census, Lewis County, Washington.
  4. [S72] 1880 US Federal Census, Linn County, Oregon.
  5. [S100] 1900 US Federal Census, Linn County, Oregon.
  6. [S700] 1910 US Federal Census, Linn County, Oregon.

Robert W. McClain

b. 19 March 1843, d. 17 April 1925
     Robert W. McClain was born on 19 March 1843 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. He was the son of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Robert W. McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's son on the Census of 4 September 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.1 Robert W. McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's son on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.2 On Monday, 2 March 1868 Missouri, USA, Robert W. McClain married Margaret Virginia Hale, age 16, daughter of Meihac Hale and Elizabeth Baxter. Robert W. McClain and Margaret Virginia Hale appear on the census of 11 June 1870 in Liberty Township in Schuyler County, Missouri; Robert McClain 26 and his wife Virginia 18 are living with their son Walter Lee, 1.3 On 3 June 1880 the Census listed Robert W. McClain as the head of a family in Fabius Township in Schuyler County, Missouri.4 He and Margaret Virginia Hale were divorced before 1910 in Schuyler, Missouri, USA; per census of 1910. Robert W. McClain died on 17 April 1925 in Lancaster, Missouri, USA at age 82.

Children of Robert W. McClain and Margaret Virginia Hale

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  3. [S91] 1870 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  4. [S70] 1880 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.

Dr Henry Root

b. 24 November 1843, d. 6 January 1906
     Dr Henry Root was born on 24 November 1843 in Ohio, USA. He was the son of Edwin Root and Lucy Palmer. Dr Henry Root died on 6 January 1906 in Wood River, Nebraska, USA at age 62.

Elizabeth Lentz

b. 19 December 1843
     Elizabeth Lentz was born on 19 December 1843 in Medernach, Diekirch, Diekirch, Luxemburg.1,2 She was the daughter of Michael Lentz and Anne Marie Buttel. Elizabeth Lentz was found on the passenger list of the Bark Gertrude with Michael Lentz departing from Antwerp, Belgium on 13 May 1856.1,3 Elizabeth Lentz was listed as Michael Lentz's daughter on the Census of 27 August 1860 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa.4

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S251] 1977 Filmés par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Medernach, Luxembourg Registres de l'état civil 1779-1902.
  3. [S405] Phillip Lenz, Gertrude passenger list, May 13, 1856, New York Passenger Lists.
  4. [S207] 1860 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.

William Perry Goldsberry

b. circa 1844
     William Perry Goldsberry was born circa 1844 in Scotland, Missouri, USA. He was the son of Fountain Fox Goldsberry and Elizabeth Childers.

Daniel Lewis Arney

b. 1844, d. 4 December 1934
     Daniel Lewis Arney was born in 1844 in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. Circa 1872 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Daniel Lewis Arney married Emily Hibbard, daughter of Jonas V. Hibbard and Margaret Stephenson. Daniel Lewis Arney died on 4 December 1934 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA.

Joseph Leonard Barker

b. 18 January 1844, d. 12 June 1917
     Joseph Leonard Barker was born on 18 January 1844 in Grant, Kentucky, USA. On Sunday, 22 November 1863 in Jefferson Township, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Joseph Leonard Barker married Kitty Childers, age 21, daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. Joseph Leonard Barker died on 12 June 1917 in Jefferson Township, Missouri, USA at age 73. He was buried in 1917.

Sarah Catherine Childers

b. 8 February 1844, d. 4 February 1897
     Sarah Catherine Childers was born on 8 February 1844 in Clark, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. Sarah Catherine Childers was listed as John Milton Childers's daughter on the Census of 1860 in Washington in Clark County, Missouri.1 Circa 1865 in Clark, Missouri, USA, Sarah Catherine Childers married James T Turner. Her married name was Sarah Catherine Turner (Childers). Sarah Catherine Childers died on 4 February 1897 in Deloit, Iowa, USA at age 52.

Citations

  1. [S681] 1860 US Federal Census, Clark County, Missouri.

Sarah Elisabeth McClain

b. 15 January 1845, d. 20 July 1929
     Sarah Elisabeth McClain was born on 15 January 1845 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Sarah Elisabeth McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's daughter on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri.1 On Wednesday, 14 June 1865 Illinois, USA, Sarah Elisabeth McClain married Benjamin Franklin Todd, age 42, son of Thomas Todd and Mary Vanhook. Her married name was Elisabeth Todd (McClain). Sarah Elisabeth McClain was listed as Benjamin Franklin Todd's wife on the Census of 7 July 1870 in Green Castle Township in Marshall County, Iowa.2
Sarah Elisabeth McClain was listed as Benjamin Franklin Todd's wife on the Census of 7 June 1880 in Jackson Township in Putnam County, Missouri.3
Sarah Elisabeth McClain died on 20 July 1929 at age 84.

Children of Sarah Elisabeth McClain and Benjamin Franklin Todd

Citations

  1. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S695] 1870 US Federal Census, Marshall, Iowa.
  3. [S93] 1880 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.

Mary Ann Stephenson

b. February 1845, d. 31 May 1926
     Mary Ann Stephenson was born in February 1845 in Medina, Ohio, USA. Date per census of 1900. She was the daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner. Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Lothrup Anson Stephenson's daughter on the Census of 10 August 1850 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.1 Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Chloe Warner's daughter on the Census of 9 June 1860 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.2 In 1863 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Mary Ann Stephenson married Stephan Ray Sweet. Date per census of 1900. Her married name was Mary Ann Sweet (Stephenson). Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as niece on the Census of 6 July 1870 in Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio.3 She was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's wife on the Census of 3 August 1870 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Stephan 31 and Mary 25 are living with their daughter Agatha, 1. Stephen is a carpenter..4
Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's wife on the Census of 11 June 1880 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Stephan is a Justice of the Peace. Lothrup and Erastus's Mom died sometime between 1870 and 1880, prompting them to leave their step-father and go live with their married sister..5
Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's wife on the Census of 17 June 1900 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Stephan, a Justice of the Peace, and Mary have been married 37 years, have had 5 children of whom 4 are still living..6
Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's wife on the Census of 22 April 1910 in Porter Township in Cass County, Michigan. Steve Sweet is a farmer. Agatha, his daughter, is a teacher and Lothrup is a barber..7
Mary Ann Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's wife on the Census of 21 January 1920 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.8
Mary Ann Stephenson died on 31 May 1926 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA at age 81.9

Children of Mary Ann Stephenson and Stephan Ray Sweet

Citations

  1. [S90] 1850 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  2. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  3. [S212] 1870 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  4. [S130] 1870 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  5. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  6. [S135] 1900 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  7. [S127] 1910 US Federal Census, Porter Twnsp, Cass, Michigan.
  8. [S217] 1920 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  9. [S712] FamilySearch.org Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995.

Dorleska Malvina Stephenson

b. 8 February 1845, d. 25 October 1905
     Dorleska Malvina Stephenson was born on 8 February 1845 in Medina, Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner. Dorleska Malvina Stephenson was listed as Lothrup Anson Stephenson's daughter on the Census of 10 August 1850 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.1 Dorleska Malvina Stephenson and Daniel Saunter had 6 children, four daughters and two sons. Dorleska Malvina Stephenson was listed as Chloe Warner's daughter on the Census of 9 June 1860 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.2 On Tuesday, 1 January 1867 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Dorleska Malvina Stephenson married Daniel Saunter, age 20. Dorleska Malvina Stephenson died on 25 October 1905 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA at age 60. Cause of death was tubercular meningitis.3

Citations

  1. [S90] 1850 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  2. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  3. [S941] Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics Death Records. Michigan Department of Community Health Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950.

Nicolas Theno

b. 19 October 1845
     Nicolas Theno was born on 19 October 1845 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. He was the son of Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff. Nicolas Theno was found on the passenger list with Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff on 18 September 1854 in Ship Wm B Travis, Le Havre, France; New York. Her brother, John, and his family, are listed on the same voyage.1 Nicolas Theno was listed as Mathias Theno's son on the Census of 6 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee county, Wisconsin. Nicolas Theno was listed as Mathias Theno's son on the Census of 24 August 1870 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque county, Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S404] Jean Ernsdorf, Wm B Travis passenger list, Seot 18, 1854, New York Passenger Lists.
  2. [S194] 1870 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.

Anna Reichel

b. circa 1846
     Anna Reichel was born circa 1846 in Holtzhausen, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. She was the daughter of (?) Reichel. Anna Reichel and Elisabeth Schmidt were found on the passenger list of the Ship America departing from Bremen on 30 January 1865 to New York.1 On Tuesday, 30 October 1866 in St. Louis, in Independent City, Missouri, USA, Anna Reichel married Louis Steinrauf, son of (?) Steinrauf.2 Her married name was Anna Steinrauf (Reichel). Anna Reichel was listed as Louis Steinrauf's wife on the Census of 12 August 1870 in St. Louis in Independent City County, Missouri.
Anna Reichel was listed as Louis Steinrauf's wife on the Census of 12 November 1880 in St. Louis in Independent City County, Missouri.
Anna Reichel was listed as Louis Steinrauf's wife on the Census of 1 June 1900 in St. Louis in Independent City County, Missouri.3
On 16 April 1910 the Census listed Anna Reichel as the head of a family in St. Louis in Independent City County, Missouri.4
On 5 January 1920 the Census listed Anna Reichel as the head of a family in St. Louis in Independent City County, Missouri.5

Children of Anna Reichel and Louis Steinrauf

Citations

  1. [S429] Anna Reichel and Anna Schmidt, America passenger list, Jan 30, 1865, M237_248.
  2. [S186] Ancestry.com, Missouri Marriages, 1766-1983, Louis Steinrauf to Anna Reicher in St. Louis, Missouri.
  3. [S714] 1900 US Federal Census, St Louis, Missouri.
  4. [S715] 1910 US Federal Census, St Louis, Missouri.
  5. [S716] 1920 US Federal Census, St Louis, Missouri.

Henry Divers

b. 1846
     Henry Divers was born in 1846 in Michigan, USA. He was listed as Joel Beebe's nephew on the Census of 10 September 1850 in Batavia, Branch, Michigan. Henry Divers was listed as Joel Beebe's nephew on the Census of 25 June 1860 in Arcada, Gratiot, Michigan.

Daniel Saunter

b. 11 April 1846, d. 3 March 1928
     Daniel Saunter was born on 11 April 1846 in New York, USA. He and Dorleska Malvina Stephenson had 6 children, four daughters and two sons. On Tuesday, 1 January 1867 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Daniel Saunter married Dorleska Malvina Stephenson, age 21, daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner. Daniel Saunter died on 3 March 1928 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA at age 81.

Elisabeth Schmidt

b. 11 August 1846, d. 22 September 1917
1878 Eliz Reichel
     Elisabeth Schmidt was born on 11 August 1846 in Dennhausen, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany.1 She and Anna Reichel were found on the passenger list of the Ship America departing from Bremen on 30 January 1865 to New York.2 On Monday, 9 April 1866 in Lee, Iowa, USA, Elisabeth Schmidt married Lewis Reichel Sr, age 23, son of (?) Reichel. Married by H. Kirchhoss, M.G..1 Her married name was Elisabeth Reichel (Schmidt). Elisabeth Schmidt and Lewis Reichel Sr witnessed Louis Steinrauf and Anna Reichel's wedding in St. Louis, Independent City, Missouri, USA, on 30 October 1866.3 Elisabeth Schmidt and her four children were on an Oregon trail wagon train from Nebraska in Olympia, Thurston, Washington, USA, in 1876.1 She was listed as Lewis Reichel Sr's wife on the Census of 5 June 1880 in Olympia in Thurston County, Washington.4
Elisabeth Schmidt was listed as Lewis Reichel Sr's wife on the Census of 12 June 1900 in Thurston County, Washington.5
Elisabeth Schmidt was listed as Lewis Reichel Sr's wife on the Census of 5 May 1910 in Thurston County, Washington.6
A photo of the 50th wedding anniversary of Elisabeth Schmidt and Lewis Reichel Sr on 9 April 1916 in Mima, Thurston, Washington, USA. Elisabeth Schmidt died on 22 September 1917 in Mima, Washington, USA, age 71. Cause of death was diabetes.1

Children of Elisabeth Schmidt and Lewis Reichel Sr

Citations

  1. [S117] "Louis Reichel and Elizabeth Schmidt,."
  2. [S429] Anna Reichel and Anna Schmidt, America passenger list, Jan 30, 1865, M237_248.
  3. [S186] Ancestry.com, Missouri Marriages, 1766-1983, Louis Steinrauf to Anna Reicher in St. Louis, Missouri.
  4. [S88] 1880 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.
  5. [S89] 1900 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.
  6. [S87] 1910 US Federal Census, Thurston County, Washington.

James Noisley Hodson

b. 26 December 1846, d. 28 October 1924
     James Noisley Hodson was born on 26 December 1846 in Iowa, USA. On Thursday, 25 October 1877 in Putnam, Missouri, USA, James Noisley Hodson married Melissa A. McClain, age 18, daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. On 21 June 1880 the Census listed James Noisley Hodson as the head of a family in Medicine Township in Putnam County, Missouri. James N. Headson, 31 and Melissa A, his wife, 21.1 On 5 June 1900 the Census listed James Noisley Hodson as the head of a family in Medicine Township in Putnam County, Missouri. Last name spelled "Hodsen". They have been married 22 years. No children. They are farmers. On 20 April 1910 the Census listed James Noisley Hodson as the head of a family in Medicine Township in Putnam County, Missouri. Last name spelled "Hodsen". They have been married 32 years. No children. They are farmers. He died on 28 October 1924 in Medicine Township, Missouri, USA at age 77.

Citations

  1. [S93] 1880 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.

James H. Harkness

b. 1847
     James H. Harkness was born in 1847 in Norwalk, Huron, Ohio, USA. He was the son of James Harkness and Elvira A. Stephenson. James H. Harkness was listed as Elvira A. Stephenson's son on the Census of 12 August 1870 in Iowa in Iowa county, Iowa. In 1895 the Census listed James H. Harkness as the head of a family in Norway in Benton County, Iowa. James H Harkness      47
Maggie Harkness      39
Twins Hugh Harkness 16
Twins Herbert Harkness 16
Mabel Harkness 14
Della Harkness 12
Jessie Harkness 10
Cora Harkness 5.

Elizabeth Reichel

b. 1847
     Elizabeth Reichel was born in 1847 in Holtzhausen, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. She was the daughter of (?) Reichel. Elizabeth Reichel was found on the passenger list of the Ship America with Elisabeth Schmidt and Anna Reichel on 30 January 1865; New York.1

Citations

  1. [S429] Anna Reichel and Anna Schmidt, America passenger list, Jan 30, 1865, M237_248.

Oliver N Ross

b. 1847
     Oliver N Ross was born in 1847 in Canada. On Monday, 13 March 1911 in Grand Rapids, in Kent, Michigan, USA, Oliver N Ross married Adelaide J. Stephenson, daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner.1

Citations

  1. [S563] FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org), Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995.

Allen Melvin Luther

b. 28 June 1847, d. 25 October 1933
     Allen Melvin Luther was born on 28 June 1847. Circa 1868 in Sturgis, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Allen Melvin Luther married Mary Janette Hibbard, daughter of Jonas V. Hibbard and Margaret Stephenson. Allen Melvin Luther died on 25 October 1933 Illinois, USA at age 86.

Hiram S Stephenson

b. 15 October 1847, d. 24 October 1920
     Hiram S Stephenson was born on 15 October 1847 in Medina, Medina, Ohio, USA. He was the son of Solomen Beebe Stephenson and Harriet M. Mix. Hiram S Stephenson was listed as Heman Stephenson's grandson on the Census of 12 August 1850 in Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio.1 Hiram S Stephenson was listed as Solomen Beebe Stephenson's son on the Census of 18 June 1860 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph county, Michigan.2 On Tuesday, 31 December 1872 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Hiram S Stephenson married Carrie Sweet, age 22. On 12 June 1880 the Census listed Hiram S Stephenson as the head of a family in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.3 On 2 June 1900 the Census listed Hiram S Stephenson as the head of a family in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Hiram is a Sexton. Edson is a soldier in the Army.4 He died on 24 October 1920 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA at age 73.5

Citations

  1. [S176] 1850 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  2. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  3. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  4. [S135] 1900 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  5. [S712] FamilySearch.org Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995.