EHRMANN / EHRENMAN / EHERENMAN
I am researching my great great grandfather. He immigrated in 1834 from Germany to Ohio. On the ship he was listed as "Jean Ehrmann". He came with his wife, Charlotte, son/daughter Christian/Christtine, son Jean (my great grandfather: Adam John Areman/Ehrmann). I have them on the 1850 census, Adam, Charlotte, Emily, Christian, Adam J., Florina, Margaret, Catharine. Then I have Margaretha's marriage to a Schumm. I have Christian's marriage and family. I have Adam John's moving to Minnesota with his future wife, Orrillia Harding and her family Hiram Harding. They then move to Iowa where they lived and died.
I have the death of Charlotte in 1851 from Lutheran church records.
I have the marriage of Jean Adam Ehrenman to Barbara Dietrich in August, 1853 from Lutheran church records.
Barabara died in September 1853 and Adam Ehrenman died in November 1853.
That is all I have. I do not know what happened to the youngest child, Catharine.
Maragret was living with the Adam Dietrich family in 1860.
This is realistic since the Adam Dietrich family immigrated in 1834 on the same ship as Jean Adam Ehrmann and family.
I am hoping if you create a surname of "Ehrmann/Ehrenman/Eherenman" on your registry, someone may be answer the above questions.
Thank you, Theresa Ellenwood
February 3, 2013
I have a Anna or Annie Green who married a Joseph Williamson about 1856. They had children, Mahlon, Edward, Andrew,Joseph, John, Mary and Perry. Anna was born about 1836 and Joseph was born about 1832 both in Licking County, Ohio. I would love to find the parents of both Joseph and Anna and a death records for both.
1860 Census, Jersey Township, Licking County, Ohio
Aaron Williamson, 30-Day Laboror-b. Ohio-Dwelling #1038-Family-#980
1870 Census, Liberty Township, Licking County, Ohio
Carney Williamson, 38-Ditcher-b. Ohio -Page 2-taken on 21 July-1870
Annie-29, Keeping house-b. Ohio
Mahlon-13-Attending school-b. Ohio
Edward-11-At home-b. Ohio
Andrew-9-At home-b. Ohio
Joseph-6-At home-b. Ohio
John-3-At home-b. Ohio
1880 Census, Van Wert County, Ohio-Roll T9-1073-Page 272A
1900 Census,Paulding County, Ohio
Perry Williamson, b. September 1874-single-parents and him born in Ohio
Annie, mother-b. Dec 1836-widow-parents and her born in Ohio
Thanks for any help. Ruth Williamson Hall,
April 19, 2013
FRITZEN, FRETZEN, HOGSTON, SMITH
Seeking info for father of William FRITZEN b. 26 Nov 1888, possilby in either VanWert, VanWert Cty, OH or Piqua, Miami Cty, OH. Father is said to have died in a furniture factory accident. William's mother was Estella May HOGSTON. Estella remarried in 1893 to Oklin SMITH. Any help appreciated. Family moved to Michigan. Kathy Ainsworth,
February 23, 2014
I am looking for the following obituaries:
Floyd Arnold SCHWEIKLE b:24 dec 1907, d:3 Mar 1983 Van Wert County Hospital
Geraldine Maryalice Leach SCHWEIKLE b:25 May 1915, d:12 Jan 1985 Van Wert County
Albert John SCHWEIKLE b:17 Oct 1871, d:2 Mar 1942 Van Wert
Freida Josephina Geis SCHWEIKLE b:13 Apr 1882, d:24 Jun 1939 Van Wert
Virginia Schweikle MILLER b:22 May 1903, d:Dec 1981 unknown
Raymond Oscar MILLER b:29 Apr 1898, d:11 Feb 1972 Convoy
Thanks in advance for any tidbit sent my way ;-DCheryl Gebert
February 28, 2014
Looking for naturalization record of David Landwer (or Landwehr) Born: 1826 in Glandorf, Osnabruch, Germany (Kingdom of Hannover) Died: Feb. 27, 1878, Came to Washington Township in 1846, No published obituary in The Delphos Herald.Joe Landwehr,
April 14, 2014
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