Noah W. AUTREY
A DIRECTORY OF MARENGO COUNTY, ALABAMA FOR 1860-1861:
Autrey, Noah, planter, Hampden; 12, 4 e
1850 Marengo County, Alabama Census:
8 213 213 Autry Elijah 27 M Far 300 AL
9 213 213 Autry Winifred 20 F AL
10 213 213 Autry Timothy 4 M AL
11 213 213 Autry Cornelius 2 M AL
12 214 214 Autry Marcus L. 24 M Far 270 AL
13 214 214 Autry Winifred 31 F SC
14 214 214 Autry Lydia 1 F AL
15 214 214 Autry Reuben 11 M AL
16 215 215 Autry Noah 28 M Far 500 AL
17 215 215 Autry Susan C. 21 F AL
18 215 215 Autry James 6 M AL
19 215 215 Autry John A. 4 M AL
20 215 215 Autry Lucinda C. D. 1 F AL
21 215 215 Autry Windsor 19 M Labourer AL
Susan Caroline MORGAN
1880 United States Census:
Susan AUTRY Self W Female W 50 AL Farmer AL AL
Mary AUTRY Dau S Female W 22 AL AL AL
Henry AUTRY Son S Male W 19 AL Works On Farm AL AL
Census Place Pineville, Marengo, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254023
NA Film Number T9-0023
Page Number 689C
William A. PROCTOR
William is assumed to be the father of Mary Alice since:
1. Noah Autrey and Solomon Proctor were neighbors in 1860 Marengo AL
2. Nathan was the son of Noah
3. Mary Alice Proctor is either the daughter of Solomon, or his son, William
4. 1870 records for Solomon Proctor in FL indicate he was not the father of Mary Alice.
Need to check Civil War records for William Proctor.
Residence: 1860 Clayhill, Marengo County, Alabama
1880 census: AL, Marengo, Pinehill, 21-Jun-1880
Proctor, William Self M Male W 32 SC SC SC Farmer
, Sarah Wife M Female W 34 AL SC SC Keeping House
, Carrie Dau S Female W 12 AL SC AL At Home
, Alice Dau S Female W 10 AL SC AL At Home
, Mettie Dau S Female W 6 AL SC AL
, Leona Dau S Female W 4 AL SC AL
, Willie Dau S Female W 2 AL SC AL
Possibly a full bloodied Cherokee Indian. However, this data is suspect.
Charles Curtus WOODALL
Oakland, CA cop.
Ernest William MAHL
Name: Ernest W. Mahl
Last Residence: 95634 Georgetown, El Dorado, California, United States of America
Born: 10 May 1911
Died: 19 May 1991
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )
Alice Mae WOODALL
married to Ernie Mahl, 2 children Linda and Billy
James Theopholis WOODALL
Died at age 52 from Leukemia at UCLA hospital. Worked at Lockheed as a sheet metal worker. Very smart guy. Tall and skinny. A very nice guy.
Address: 10 Ilahee Lane, #19, Chico, CA, 95973
Family recollection has death in Jan 2000
Name: Margaret M. Woodall
Last Residence: 95963 Orland, Glenn, California, United States of America
Born: 20 Jan 1902
Died: 19 Dec 1999
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 )
John emigrated from Sweden to the U.S. in 1890 and was naturalized in PA. He made his way to Washington State by 1894, where he worked as a coal miner and eventually became Superintendent of Mines at Cumberland, WA. He married Emma Thoren, probably in early 1894. Emma had emigrated from Sweden to the U.S. in 1893 at the age of 17. At the time of the 1900 U.S. Census (7 Jun 1900), John and Emma Ereckson and their first three daughters were living in a rented house in Black Diamond, WA. John was working as a mine laborer, and he and Emma could both read, write, and speak English.
Emma left John in 1906 and moved to Gig Harbor with their five daughters.
1) Emma G. (Erikson) Otis;
2) 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Washington State, King County, District 61, Black Diamond Village, p. 10, lines 56-60.
3) Washington Death Index has a John Erickson, age 55, d. April 22, 1920 in King County, WA
BIRTH: perhaps born in Torp N. Qville, Sweden (is next to Fjallbacka, Sweden)
moved to America in Sept 26, 1893 on steamship called Cameo with destination of New Holland
BIOGRAPHY: Immigrated to US 1893
1 NOTE Emma emigrated from Sweden to America 26 Sep 1893 at the age of 17, on the steam ship "Cameo" bound for New Holland. She landed in Canada, went down the St. Lawrence River, and entered the U.S. at Detroit. She came to America to keep house for her brother, Ole (Olaf), who was a coal miner. Then she met John Erikson, who was also from Sweden and working as a coal miner, and they were married in May 1894.
At the time of the 1900 U.S. Census (7 Jun 1900), John and Emma Ereckson and their first three daughters were living in a rented house in Black Diamond, WA. John was working as a mine laborer, and he and Emma could both read, write, and speak English.
Emma left John in 1906 and moved to Gig Harbor with their five daughters. She later married Bill White; they had four sons and one daughter.
Sources: Emma G. (Erikson) Otis; 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Washington State, King County, District 61, Black Diamond Village, p. 10, lines 56-60.
1. GEDCOM File : ~ATD0.ged, 17 Jan 2003.
Obituary Mrs. Emma A. White, Tacoma News Tribune 14 September 1964 p.18
Mrs. Emma White, 88, of 3501 S. Monroe St., died Monday in a local hospital. She was born in Sweden and came to Tacoma in 1929 from Gig Harbor. She was a member of the First Christian Church. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Paul (Annie) Schulz, Mrs. J. M. (Alice) Hynes, Mrs. Robin (Emma) Otis, Mrs. Archie (Ethel) Rasmussen, and Mrs. Robert (Florence) Triplett, all of Tacoma; three sons, Clarence, of San Diego, Robert, of Tacoma, and William of Spokane; 21 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Services will be announced by Mountain View Funeral Home.
A photo of this family exists containing George Jakob and Henrietta Schulz. Unfortunately, names are not provided on photograph.
Son, Earnest, states he is from Baden, while George states he is from Bavaria.
Baden is a historical state in the southwest of Germany, on the right bank of the Rhine. It came into existence in the 12th century as the Margraviate of Baden and subsequently split into different lines, which were unified in 1771. It became the much-enlarged Grand Duchy of Baden through the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1803–06 and remained a sovereign country until it joined the German Empire in 1871, remaining a Grand Duchy until 1918 when it became part of the Weimar Republic as the Republic of Baden. Baden was bounded to the north by the Kingdom of Bavaria and the Grand Duchy of Hessen-Darmstadt; to the west and practically throughout its whole length by the River Rhine, which separated it from the Bavarian Rhenish Palatinate and Alsace in modern France ; to the south by Switzerland, and to the east by the Kingdom of Württemberg, the Principality of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and partly by Bavaria.
From the map shown, it is seen that Baden exists between the two parts of Bavaria.
When Napoleon abolished the Holy Roman Empire, Bavaria became a kingdom in 1806, and its area reduplicated. Tyrol and Salzburg were temporarily reunited with Bavaria but finally ceded to Austria. In return the Rhenish Palatinate and Franconia were annexed to Bavaria in 1815. Between 1799 and 1817 the leading minister count Montgelas followed a strict policy of modernisation and laid the foundations of administrative structures that survived even the monarchy and are (in their core) valid until today. In 1818 a modern constitution (by the standards of the time) was passed, that established a bicameral Parliament with a House of Lords ("Kammer der Reichsräte") and a House of Commons ("Kammer der Abgeordneten"). The constitution was valid until the collapse of the monarchy at the end of World War I.
After the rise of Prussia to prominence Bavaria managed to preserve its independence by playing off the rivalries of Prussia and Austria, but defeat in the 1866 Austro-Prussian War compelled Bavaria to accept incorporation into the Prussian-dominated German Empire in 1871. In the early 20th century Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Henrik Ibsen, and other notable artists were drawn to Bavaria, notably to the Schwabing district of Munich, later devastated by World War II.
1864 was a period of unrest in Bavaria. Could explain why George left when he did.
During the reign of the King Louis I (1825-48) the Church prospered greatly; old cathedrals were restored; new churches and monasteries founded; and painters and sculptors came in large number to Munich where they found profitable employment. The colossal figure of Bavaria, the Hall of Fame, the Walhalla, the Hall of Freedom, and the basilica of St. Boniface keep alive the memory of Louis I, the greatest ruler in the history of Bavaria. The revolutionary movement of 1848 compelled Louis to abdicate. His son, Maximilian II (1848-64), a well-meaning but weak ruler, did much to further learning, especially in the domain of history; he was not fortunate, however, in the men he selected to fill professorships and on this account lost popularity with his Catholic subjects. His successor, the visionary Louis II (1864-86), ascended the throne at the age of eighteen. The civil war of 1866 obliged Bavaria to make great sacrifices. Four years later the Bavarian army took an honourable part in the Franco-German war, and in 1871 Bavaria became a member of the new German Empire. During the reign of Louis II special encouragement was given to architecture and industrial art. The growing insanity of the king necessitated the appointment of Prince Leopold as "regent of the kingdom", and not long after Louis met his death, in a manner never clearly explained, in the Starnbergersee. As his brotherOtto was mentally incapable of ruling, Leopold (b. 12 March, 1821) continued in his office of regent. Bavaria has prospered greatly under his wise rule; his grandson Leopold, assures the succession in his line.
living with brother in 1880 Muscoda, WI
A Wilhelmina Henrietta Schulz was born in Rosenfield, Germany.
Johann Jacob MICHEL
CHRISTENING: baptized in Methodist church in Muscoda, Wi
DEATH: Bronchial asthma
BIOGRAPHY: Deserted German army abt 1850 and immigrated to America
Jacob and Margaret (22 and 23 years old) immigrated to US arriving New York on 1 June 1850 on ship Wellington. Accompanied by Frederick Michel, 23, and Catherine Michel, 24, probably his brother and his brother's wife. (Found on reel #45680.) The location of Frederick and Catherine has not been located.
Per 1900 Census Grant Co. Muscoda TWP, 7 children Born, 4 Living. Names and graves or dates of Deceased of 3 children unknown.
Occupation: farmer, no military service
Johann Jacob Michel 22, and Anna Margaretha Muller 23, immigrated to the U. S., arriving NYC on 12 Jun 1850 on the ship "Wellington". They were accompanied by a Frederick Michel, 23, and Catherine, 24, his wife. Passenger list Film Reel # 45680. This was possibly George Fredidrich, Brother to Jacob, and wife. Married by Bishop W.A. Fetter of St. Mark's church. Jacob deserted from the german army about 1850, prior to immigration, per "letter from genealogist from Germany". He died of Bronchial Asthma, age 80Y-7M-22d.
CONFIRMED: 13 MAR 1842, ADELSHOFEN.
Adelshofen is near Heidelberg.
Marriage date from: Butler Newspaper, but it states the date as 31 Jul 1850.
They were of the Methodist Church in Muscoda. But, he and his wife were married by Bishop W. A. Fetter of St. Mark's Church in Butler, PA.
Alternate place of birth: Adelshofen, Baden, Germany
census: 1880, WI, Grant, Muscoda, district 119, 1-Jun-1880
Michel, Jacob 52 Baden, Baden, Baden farmer, house #213
, Margaret 54 Baden, Baden, Baden
, Anna M. 18 WN, Baden, Baden
Mueller, Michael 57
, Elizabeth 57
, Emma 14
, Eliza 12
Ann Margaretha MULLER
Jacob Michel 22, and Margaret Muller, 23 immigrated to USA, arriving in New York on 1 Jun 1850 on ship "Wellington" found on Reel #55680
DEATH: Parallipis/ Bronchitis
BIRTH: Death certificate states DOB 21 Feb 1826
PER 1900 Census Grant Co, Muscoda TWP, 7 children Born, 4 living. Names and graves or dates of deceased 3 children unknown.
DEATH CERT VOL 5-174 GRANT CO. CAUSE OF DEATH PARALIPIS
/BRONCITIS 16 HRS. PER1900 CENSUS GRANT CO. 7 CHILDREN BORN, 4
LIVING. AGE 80-7-28, DEATH CERT STATED DOB 21 FEB 1826 AGE 80-9-18.
died at 6 years, 6 months
George Friedrich MICHEL
Cofirmed: Mar 1812 (Film #1189094 church records)
Married: Catherine Elisabetha Venninger 22 May 1822 Adelshofen
OCC: Carpenter (zimmerman)
Catherine Elizabeth VENNINGER
Also spelled Fenninger
Confirmed: 1814 (Film #1189094, Church records: Morman Libr.)
GEORGE FREIDRICH MICHEL
There was a Freidrich & Catherina who immigrated to the U.S with
Johann Jacob Michel and his finacnce to NYC on 1 Jun 1850 on the ship
"Wellington". It is believed they are brothers and that they settled in the
U.S. Unable to locate them.
Confirmed: 28 Mar 1841, Adelshofen, Baden.
JOHANN ADAM MICHEL
JOHANN ADAM CONF 9 MAR 1845, MARRIED 24 APR 1864 TO CATHERINE
LUBAR, B.16 DEC 1837 ALL IN ADELSHOFEN
GEORGE FRIEDERICH MICHEL
Buried 14th Mar 1837 at 10 AM
Occ: Oil Miller (Oil From Grain)
ANNA MARIA FENCHL
HAD TWIN SISTER, CATHERINA ELISABETHA FENCHL.
Age at time of death 68Y-1M-20D.
BUIRIED 22 MAR AT 3PM
Death age: 2Y-2M-9D
ANNA MARIA MICHEL
ANNA WAS CONFIRMED 1802, GAVE BIRTH TO ILLEG SON JOH JACOB 5 FEB
1813, DIED 3 MAR 1814, AND DAU BORN 2 DEC 1816. NO RECORD OF
JOHANN ADAM MICHEL
ELISABETHA HAS 2 ILLEG DAU WILHEMINA & CHRISTINA, NEVER MARRIED.
JOHANN DIETRICH MICHEL
JOHANN WAS CONFIRMED 7 MAR 1814, MARRIED 8 JAN 1826 IN
ADELSHOFEN TO ANNA MARIA BURGER.
JOHANN GEORGE MICHEL
JOHANN WAS CONFIRMED 24 MAR 1816, MARRIED 1 DEC 1833 TO REGINA
JOHANN JACOB MICHEL
JOHANN WILHELM MICHEL
MICHAEL DIETRICH MICHEL
JOHANN WILHELM MICHEL
JOHANN MARRIED 24 NOV 1833 IN ADELSHOFEN TO ELISABETHA
FREDRICKA GOLDSCHMIDT, BORN 26 MAR 1810.