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Descendants of Johann Michael SCHLĂ‹YER

Fifth Generation

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280. Emily C. OSTERSTOCK (Elizabeth VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 16 Jan 1832 in Easton, Pennsylvania. She died 2 on 28 Sep 1911. She was buried 3 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania.

BIRTH 1900 census reports her birth as Jan. 1834
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1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 4th ward, ED# 128, sheet 4A, June 4, 1900(www.ancestry.com, image 7 of 40)

lines 27 - 30
MACK

Richard head; white; male; b. June 1857, 42; married, 6 years; b. NJ; father b. NH; mother b. NJ; conductor on R.R.; yes to read, write & speaks English; rent, house

Elizabeth O. wife; white; female; b. Dec 1858, 41; married 6 years; had 0 children; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

OSTENSTOCK, Eliza aunt; white; female; b. Jan 1834, 66; married, 27 years; had 0 children; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

KITCHEN, Emily C. mother-in-law; white; female; b. Jan 1834, 66; widowed; had 9 children, 7 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 4th ward, ED# 75, sheet 8B, April 21, 1910 (www.ancestry.com, image 16 of 35)

lines 51-53
MACK

Richard head; male; white; 51; married2, 17 years; b. NJ; father b. NH; mother b. NJ; conductor, steam r.r.; yes to read & write; rent, house

Elizabeth O. wife; female; white; 50; married1, 17 years; had 2 children, 0 living; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

KITCHEN, Emily mother-in-law; female; white; 76; widowed; had 9 children, 7 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write
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Emily married 1 William P. KITCHEN on 25 Jan 1853 in St. John's Lutheran Church ;Easton, Pennsylvania. William was born 2 on 6 Apr 1831 in New Jersey. He died 3 on 11 Sep 1897. He was buried 4 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania.

1870 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Bushkill (www.ancestry.com, image 57 of 93)

lines 8-16
KITCHEN

William 38; male; white; miller; personal property value $100; b. NJ

Emily C. 37; female; white; keeping house; b. PA

Elizabeth 16; female; white; b. PA; attends school

Adelia 14; female; white; b. PA; attends school

Edwin 12; male; white; b. PA; attends school

Walter 8; male; white; b. NJ; attends school

Annie 6; female; white; b. NJ; attends school

Evie 2; female; white; b. PA

OVERSTOCK, Lizzie 16; female; white; b. PA
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1880 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton, Easton, June 2, 1880 (www.ancestry.com, image 7 & 8 of 23)

lines 48-50 & 1-7
KITCHEN

Wm P. white; male; 47; married; miller; unemployed 12 months; insane; b. NJ; father b. NJ; mother b. NJ

Emily C. white; female; 45; wife; married; keeping house; b. PA; fatherb. PA; mother b. PA

Edwin F. white; male; 20; son; single; paper hanger; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Walter C. white; male; 18; son; single; clerk in labratory; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Lizzie O. white; female; 23; daughter; single; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Della M. white; female; 21; daughter; single; dress maker; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Annie white; female; 15; daughter; single; at school; attended school; b. NJ; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Evie white; female; 10; daughter; single; at school; attended school; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Charlie O. white; male; 9; son; single; insane; attended school in the last year; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

Claudia white; female; 6; daughter; single; at school; attended school; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA
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They had the following children:

  927 F i Elizabeth O. KITCHEN was born 1 in Dec 1858 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.
        Elizabeth married 1 Richard MACK about 1894. Richard was born 2 in Jun 1857 in New Jersey. He died unknown.

1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 4th ward, ED# 128, sheet 4A, June 4, 1900(www.ancestry.com, image 7 of 40)

lines 27 - 30
MACK

Richard head; white; male; b. June 1857, 42; married, 6 years; b. NJ; father b. NH; mother b. NJ; conductor on R.R.; yes to read, write & speaks English; rent, house

Elizabeth O. wife; white; female; b. Dec 1858, 41; married 6 years; had 0 children; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

OSTENSTOCK, Eliza aunt; white; female; b. Jan 1834, 66; married, 27 years; had 0 children; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

KITCHEN, Emily C. mother-in-law; white; female; b. Jan 1834, 66; widowed; had 9 children, 7 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 4th ward, ED# 75, sheet 8B, April 21, 1910 (www.ancestry.com, image 16 of 35)

lines 51-53
MACK

Richard head; male; white; 51; married2, 17 years; b. NJ; father b. NH; mother b. NJ; conductor, steam r.r.; yes to read & write; rent, house

Elizabeth O. wife; female; white; 50; married1, 17 years; had 2 children, 0 living; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

KITCHEN, Emily mother-in-law; female; white; 76; widowed; had 9 children, 7 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 4th ward, ED# 112, sheet 2A, Jan. 2, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 3 of 38)

lines 5-6
MACK

Richard head; rent; male; white; 62; married; yes to read & write; b. NJ; father b. NH; mother b. NJ; conductor, R.R.

Elizabeth O. wife; female; white; 60; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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  928 F ii Adelia KITCHEN was born 1 about 1856 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.
  929 M iii Edwin F. KITCHEN was born 1 about 1858 in Pennsylvania. He died unknown.
  930 M iv Walter C. KITCHEN was born 1 about 1862 in New Jersey. He died unknown.
  931 F v Annie KITCHEN was born 1 about 1864 in New Jersey. She died unknown.
  932 F vi Evie KITCHEN was born 1 about 1868 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.
  933 M vii Charlie O. KITCHEN was born 1 about 1871 in Pennsylvania. He died unknown.
  934 F viii Claudia KITCHEN was born 1 about 1874 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.

281. William Gould OSTERSTOCK (Elizabeth VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 7 May 1834. He died 2 on 8 Dec 1866. The cause of death was consumption. He was buried 3 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania. William served in the military 4 on 7 Apr 1861 in Co. B., 1st Pennsylvania Infantry. He served in the military 5 1st Sargeant in Jul 1861/1865 in Co. B., 51st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

250 Years of The Sloyer-Schloyer-Schleyer-Scheier Family by Linda M. Klosek states william enlisted April 7, 1861 and served three months in Co. B 1st PA Infantry, then served thru the remainder of the war as First Sgt. Co. B 51st PA volunteers. He participated in the famous charge at Antietam bridge and he was wounded in the breat at eh mine explosion in front of Petersberg, VA and died soon after as a result of the War.
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William C Osterstock
Death: 1866

Note: GAR MARKER ON GRAVE

Burial: Easton Cemetery Easton Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Frederich Otto Record added: Apr 17, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 18980799

NOTE: the picture shown on findagrave.com clearly shows this should read Robert G.
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William married Sophia CONNELLY. Sophia was born 1, 2 on 9 Apr 1840 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.

1870 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton (www.ancestry.com, image 48 of 78)

lines 6-8
OSTERSTOCK

Sophia 29; female; white; keeping house; personal property value $400; b. PA

Minnie G. 5; female; white; b. PA

KITCHEN, Lizzie 16; female; white; domestic servant; b. PA
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1880 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton (www.ancestry.com, image 14 of 29)

lines 11-12
OSTERSTOCK

S. white; female; 40; mother; widowed; baking; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Minnie C. white; female; 14; daughter; single; at school; attended school; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadephia Ward 22, ED# 505, sheet 15B, June 15, 1900 (www.ancestry.com, image 31 of 38)

lines 53-59
DATESMAN

G.E. head; white; male; b. Jan 1863, 37; married, 15 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; civil engineer; yes to read, write & speaks English; own, mortgaged, house

Minnie G. wife; white; female; b. July 1865, 34; married, 15 years; had 3 children, 3 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Helen S. daughter; white; female; b. Oct 1886, 13; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; at school, 10 months; yes to read, write & speaks English

Florence L. daughter; white; female; b. Dec 1890, 9; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; attended school 10 months; yes to read, write & speaks English

Marion G. daughter; white; female; b. June 1896, 3; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

OVERSTOCK, Sophia mother-in-law; white; female; b. April 1840, 60; widowed; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

BRADY, Maggie servant; white; female; b. July 1867, 32; single; b. PA; father b. Ireland; mother b. Scotland; housekeeper; yes to read, write & speaks English
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadephia Ward 22, ED# 436, sheet 11B, April 26, 1910 (www.ancestry.com, image 22 of 24)

lines 70-75
DATESMAN

George E. head; male; white; 47; married1, 24 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; civil engineer; yes to read & write; own, mortgaged, house

Minnie G. wife; female; white; 44; married, 24 years; had 3 children, 3 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

Florence L. daughter; female; white; 19; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

Marion J. daughter; female; white; 13; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & attends school

OSTERSTOCK, Sophia mother-in-law; female; white; 70; widowed; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

OICKE, Blanch servant; female; white; 29; single; b. VA; father b. VA; mother b. VA; servant, private fam; yes to read & write
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadephia Ward 22, ED# 620, sheet 2B, Jan. 6, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 4 of 24)

lines 52-56
DATESMAN

George E. head; own, free; male; white; 56; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; engineer, consulting

Minnie G. wife; female; white; 53; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

HILL, Macie daughter; female; white; 23; widowed; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

OSTERSTOCK, Sophia mother-in-law; female; whte; 79; widowed; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

SHELTON, Elizabeth servant; female; white; 30; single; yes to read & write; b. VA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; housekeeper, private family
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1930 US Census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadephia Ward 22, ED# 626, sheet 10B, April 12, 1930 (www.ancestry.com, image 20 of 42)

lines 68-72
TOWNSEND

Charles head; own, $20,000; male; white; 47; married, 25 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. NJ; father b. NJ; manager, oil co.

Helen wife; female; white; 43; married, 21 age at first marriage; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Marjorie daughter; female; white; 18; single; yes to attends school, read & write; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA

DATESMAN, Minnie mother-in-law; female; white; 65; widowed, 20 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

OSTERSTOCK, Sophia grandmother; female; white; 90; widowed, 21 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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They had the following children:

+ 935 F i Minnie G. OSTERSTOCK

283. Joseph Swift OSTERSTOCK (Elizabeth VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 11 Feb 1842 in Easton, Pennsylvania. He died 2 on 3 Jul 1918 in Easton, Pennsylvania. He was buried 3 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania. Joseph was baptized 4 on 27 Sep 1843 in St. John's Lutheran Church; Easton, Pennsylvania. He served in the military 5 2nd lieutenant 1 Aug 1862 - 18 May 1863 in Co. D, 129th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. He served in the military 6 1st sargeant 22 Jun 1863 - 31 Jul 1863 in Co. D, 27th Regiment, Pennsylvania Emergency Corps. He served in the military 7 2nd lieutenant 31 Mar 1865 - 21 Mar 1866 in Co. H, 214th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

BIRTH: 1900 census reports his birth as Feb 1843
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1870 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Bushkill Twp. (www.ancestry.com, image 53 of 93)

lines 11-12
OSTERSTOCK

J.S. 27; male; white; clerk in P.O.; personal property value $400; b. PA
Sallie A. 26; female; white; personal property value $ 800; b. PA
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1890 Veterans Schedule 1st ward Easton (www.ancestry.com, image 6 of 84))

lines 16 & 17
OSTERSTOCK, Joseph S.

private; Co. D; 129 Pa. Vols.; enlisted 1 Aug 1862; mustered out 18 May 1863; served 9 months, 17 days

sargeant; Co. D; 27 Pa. Mil.; enlisted 19 June 1863; mustered out 31 July 1863; served 1 month, 12 days
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1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 1st ward, sheet 4B, June 4, 1900 (www.ancestry.com, image 8 of 32)

lines 72-75
OSTERSTOCK

Jos S head; white; male; b. Feb 1843, 57; married, 32 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; merchant ?; yes to read, write and speaks English; own. mortgaged, house

Sallie A. wife; white; female; b. Aug 1844, 55; married, 32 years; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

John Fred son; white; male; b. May 1884, 16,\; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; at school, 10 months; yes to read, write & speaks English
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 1st ward, ED# 70; sheet 6B, April 20, 1910 (www.ancestry.com, image 12 of 34)

lines 68-71
OSTERSTOCK

Joseph F. head; male; white; 67; married1, 43 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; retired merchant, hardware; yes to read & write; own, free house

Sarah A. wife; female; white; 65; married1, 43 years; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

J. Fred son; male; white; 25; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; manager, theater; yes to read & write

CUMMERPOOL, Annie servant; female; white; 26; single; b. MA; father b. Ireland; mother b. Ireland; servant, private family; yes to read & write
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250 Years of The Sloyer-Schloyer-Schleyer-Scheier Family by Linda M. Klosek quotes "The History of Northampton Country and Great Valley of the Lehigh" by William J. Heller:
The house in which he was born stood at the foot of the steps leading to Layfayette College, the Chemical Publishing Company's building later occupying the site. He had little opportunity for school attendance , went to public school until 11 years old, but that little was well improved, and by self-study he became
well-informed. He began his long Career in business as a boy clerk with T.B. Curtis, tinware and stoves, whose business was at the corner of Northampton and Sitgreaves Streets, where he was a clerk for a number of years. He was appointed assistant postmaster of Easton under Postmaster James K. Dawes, his next business change being in 1872, when he succeeded Chidsey Brothers in the Stove and house furnishing business at 212 Northampton St. There he continued in business for thirty-seven years, until 1909, when he retired. This location was one of the oldest business in Easton, having been occupied for the same business since 1825. It was a four story brick building with a frontage of 28 feet and extending 220 feet. He was an able business man, upright and progressive, keeping up with the times and conducting his store along the best modern lines. He had an excellent memory, kept a concise record of events and was an authority on local history. As a soldier of the Union, Mr. Osterstock compiled an honorable record and rose to the rank of lieutenant. He was first enlisted Aug. 1, 1862 in Company D, 129th Regiment, PA Vol. Infantry, Army of the Potomac and served nine months, his full term enlistment. During that period he was engaged at the Second Battle of Bull Run, Antietam, Kearneysville, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville. He was discharged May 18, 1863 but re-enlisted June 22, 1863. Immediately after the expiration of his first term, his next command being Company D, 27th Regiment, PA Emergency Corps, Colonel Frick commanding the regiment, Capt. Joseph Oliver, the company. He became first sergeant of Company D, and as such was in a severe skirmish at Wrightsville, PA, when the command, while resisting the invasion of the State of by General Early, saved themselves by burning the bridge across the Susquehanna at Colombia. Afterward, with his company, he held back a detachment of Steward's Cavalry, and then returned to Harrisburg, where he was dismissed, since his term of service had expired, July 31, 1863. On March 31, 1865 Sergeant Osterstock again enlisted., his third command being Company H, 214th Regiment, PA Vol. Infantry, attaining with that regiment a second lieutenant's commission. His captain was Edward Kelly, of Easton. Proceeding to Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley, he did private duty for a short time, and then, on account of competitive inspection, his regiment was detached from the 18th and placed on duty at Washington D.C., having charge of all Quartermasters' headquarters. He was for a part of the time adjutant, being the youngest officer in the regiment, and as an acknowledgement of his ability and soldierly qualities as an officer, he was detailed to guard all property at General Grant's headquarters, and all stores at Kendall Green, near Washington. At other times he assisted in guarding stores at various points, the Smithsonian Institute and the old Capital Prison in Washington, when it contained more then 200 rebel prisoners and spies. In the latter was confined the celebrated Werz, and during his trial our subject was the officer of the guards of the prison and also was on duty when the man was executed. Lieutenant Osterstock served with the 214th Regiment until the close of the war, when he was honorably discharged March 21, 1866 and returned to his home in Easton. In May 1868, he became Assistant Postmaster to J.L. Mingle. He served in that position until 1875, when he bought out the old place where he learned his trade and assumed charge of the business. He was very successful in this undertaking, and almost had a monopoly in this trade. He was a member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Lafayette Post No. 217, Grand Army of the Republic, and for several years was an active member of the old Phoenix Fire Company, being its vice-president at the time that organization was disbanded, October 30, 1879. He was the leader of many of the large parades as chief marshal, and for many years he assisted in the alumni dinner at Lafayette College. He was elected member of Easton's first Common Council, under the city charter of 1887, representing First Ward. He took seat in Council, April 4, 1887, and served until April 1, 1889.
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Joseph Swift Osterstock
Birth: 1842
Death: 1918

Family links: Children: John Frederic "Freddy" Osterstock (1884 - 1957)

Note: Civil War Veteran

Burial: Easton Cemetery Easton Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA Plot: E-144
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Joseph married 1 Sarah A. SHEATZ in Apr 1867 in Christ Ev. Lutheran Church records. Sarah was born 2, 3 on 18 Aug 1844 in Pennsylvania. She died 4 on 26 Oct 1914. She was buried 5 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

  936 M i John Frederic OSTERSTOCK was born 1, 2, 3, 4 on 21 May 1884 in Easton, Pennsylvania. He died 5 on 20 Oct 1957. He was buried 6 in Easton Cemetery; Easton, Pennsylvania. John was baptized 7 on 11 Feb 1885 in Christ Ev. Lutheran Church records.

World War I Draft Registration; Sept. 12, 1918 (www.ancestry.com)

John Frederick Osterstock
216 Ferry Easton Northampton Co. Pa.
age: 34
b. May 21, 1884
occupation: general manager
employer: Wilson & Vincent ? Able Opera House
nearest relative: Ida V. Scheetz 216 Ferry Easton Pa.
height: medium
build: ?
eyes: brown
hair: gray
medical: vericose viens, chronic rheumatic
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 1st ward, ED# 107, sheet 4A, Jan. 8, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 7 of 35)

lines 23-25
OSTERSTOCK

Fred head; own, free; male; white; 35; single; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; manager, opera house

SHEETZ, Miss Ida aunt; female; white; single; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; saleslady, Visia co.

CONNERPOOL, Anna none; female; white; 37; single; b. NJ; father b. Ireland; mother b. PA; housekeeper, private family
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1930 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Easton 1st ward, ED# 37, sheet 4B, April 11 & 12, 1930

lines 51-52
OSTERSTOCK

Fred J. head; own, $6000; male; white; 45; married, 39 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; manager, theater

Beatrice R. wife; female; white; 27; married, 21 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. Wales; mother b. Wales
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World War II Draft Registration (www.ancestry.com)

John Frederic Osterstock
216 Ferry St. Easton Northampton Co. Penna.
age: 58
b. May 21, 1884
pob: Easton Penna.
person who will always know your address: Mrs. Beatrice Osterstock 216 Ferry St. City
employer: Wilmer & Vincent Corp. 1776 Broadway New York City
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John Frederic "Freddy" Osterstock
Birth: May 21, 1884
Death: Oct. 28, 1957

J. Frederic Osterstock was the manager of the company that owned the State Theatre in Easton on Northampton St. He is believed to be the ghost that haunts the State Theatre to this day. The theatre offers an annual award each year called the "Freddy Award". Family links: Parents: Joseph Swift Osterstock (1842 - 1918)

Burial: Easton Cemetery Easton Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: Richard H. Record added: Aug 20, 2006 Find A Grave Memorial# 15440493
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250 Years of The Sloyer-Schloyer-Schleyer-Scheier Family by Linda M. Klosek quotes "The History of Northampton Country and Great Valley of the Lehigh" by William J. Heller:
As manager of Easton's three leading theatres, Mr. Osterstock was responsible to a large degree for the quality and quantity of theatrical entertainment furnished the people of the city. That the responsibility was well met was the consensus in Easton's opinion, and the degree of prosperity which has attended the operation of the theatres which was managed was the only other evidence needed to prove that as purveyor of entertainment to the public he was a success. J. Frederick was a veteran of the Civil War, successful merchant and worthy citizen, now gone to his reward. Mr. Osterstock was a member of the seventh generation of the family founded in Pennsylvania by Matthias Osterstock, Sr., who came to Philadelphia in 1749. According to competent authority, the Osterstocks of Easton descend from Grav. Friderick Zolr de Ostertag, who in 1315 lived in Tabigen in Wurtemberg as per Smidt's "History of the Palatine Counts of Zollern-hohenberg." Siegfriend Ostertag, a descendent of the above, lived in Stuttgart, in the same principality, in 1393. The two families noted in the vicinity in 1870 in a work of Heraldry by Rietstap, whose coat-of-arms denote a common origin, as are follows: Ostertag of Suabia (included now in Wurtemberg and Bavaria, capital, Augsburg), also Ostertag of Norlingen, on the border between two former states, whose coat-of-arms is as follows: D'azur a un agneau pascal d'argent, la tete entouree D'une aureole d'or, passant, sue une colline de sinople. Cimier l'agneau pascal. Lambrequins; d'or et d'azur. This being interpreted is:
Arms -- On a shield of blue with an Easter lamb of silver, the head surrounded with a halo of gold, walking on a hill of green.
Crest -- Easter lamb. Drapery: of gold and blue.

J. Frederick was educated in the public schools of the city, prepared in Easton Academy, passing thence to Lafayette College, a member of the class of 1905. In college he was a leader in the musical circles. He was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity, and one of the well liked and popular men of his class. After graduation he located in Philadelphia, where for eighteen months he was associated with James B. Carson and Company, real estate aperators, in their surveying and engineering department. The following two years he was an engineer in charge of shop construction for the Pennsylvania railroad, then for three seasons was manager and musical director of the road theratrical company. At the expiration of his third season he returned to Easton to assume the management of the newly completed Orpheum Theatre, and in 1910 the Able Opera House was also placed under his capable direction as manager. He became well known as a successful manager and in 1916 the Colonial was added to his list of theatres, he acting as the Easton manager of the Wilmer and Vincent incorporated interest. In addition to the foregoing responsibilities, he had during that period of theatrical management served as a temporary manager of the Wilmer and Vincent interests in their new theatres in Richmond, VA, and Allentown, PA. He was undeniably successful as an entertainment purveyor, and to his own musical talent and love of the theatre, coupled with an adhered-to policy of furnishing to the theatre-going public only high class, clean productions, his unusual success must be attributed. He was a member of Easton Board of Trade, the Kiwanis Club, and the Northampton County Country Club, his politics, Republican and his religious affiliation was Christ Lutheran Church.
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BACK TO HIS OLD HAUNTS
[FOURTH Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: TRACY JORDAN, The Morning Call
Date: Oct 25, 1999
Start Page: B.02
Section: REGIONAL REPORT
Text Word Count: 337
Document Text
It might have been a supernatural premonition or just pure coincidence, asEaston State Theatre Executive Director Shelley Brown says.
Either way, the Easton State Theatre scared up "The Mike Gallagher Show"for a live Halloween weekend broadcast on the State's stage from 9 a.m. tonoon Friday.
All because Brown happened to hear a short segment of the nationallysyndicated radio talk show in August, when Gallagher told listeners he thoughthis New York City studio was haunted.
"He was really talking about something I have some experience with so Ipicked up my car phone," Brown said. "I thought, `this is great, because we'retalking about the State Theatre on national radio.'"
Brown called to share her stories about J. Fred Osterstock -- the StateTheatre's manager from its opening in 1926 until his death in 1956 and itsresident ghost ever since.
"He's pretty well known in Easton and State Theatre circles," Brown said."There's only a few people here who haven't had an experience with him. I'vebeen here five years, and I finally had an experience with him last year."
Brown said "Fred" was sitting in a box seat as she was giving hertraditional welcome for all children's shows by inviting the audience to givea big hello to Fred.
As Brown told Gallagher more about Fred and his many appearances, Gallaghersuggested doing a special show on location with Fred.
Pardon the pun, but Brown didn't really think there was a ghost of a chanceit would happen.
"People say that kind of thing all the time. Sometimes it happens, butusually it doesn't," Brown said. "It's interesting the way it all worked out.What were the odds of being in the car, listening in the car and then gettingthrough? I think Fred is looking out for us."
Among the guests will be Fred's descendants, people who claim to have seenhis apparition and a panel of paranormal professionals hired by the "The MikeGallagher Show."
Admission to watch the live broadcast is free. It can be heard locally onradio station WAEB-AM 790.
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        John married Beatrice R. ?. Beatrice was born 1 about 1902 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.

285. Henry WAMBOLT 1 (Susan VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 2 on 28 Mar 1841. He died 3 on 1 Mar 1914.

Linda KLOSEK reports he was married and had two children
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1870 US Census, Emaus, Upper Saucon Twp., Lehigh Co., PA Taken 9/22/1870 [ancestry.com 29 of 85] p 29 Visit 321 family 232
Wambold, Henry, 30 , MW, Blacksmith, place of birth Pennsylvania
Eliza, 23, WF, place of birth Pennsylvania
John H., 10/12, WM, place of birth Pennsylvania, born in November
Family 233
Wambold, John, 55 , MW, Blacksmith, place of birth Pennsylvania
Susanna, 53, WF, place of birth Pennsylvania
Roeder,Sophia, 25, FW, place of birth Pennsylvania
Roeder, Milton, 25, WM, butcher,, place of birth Pennsylvania
Ella, 5, FW, place of birth Pennsylvania
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1880 US Census Upper Saucon, Lehigh, Pennsylvania ED# 190 taken 6/25/1880 [www.ancestry.com 54 of 56] visit 137 lines 21-25
Wambolt, Susan, self; widow; WF; 54; b. PA; keeping house; father b. PA; mother b. PA
Henry, son; widower; WM; 38; Blacksmith, b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
Sophia; daughter; widow?; female; white; 30; b. PA; boarding; father b. PA; mother b. PA
John, grandson; single; WM; 10; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA, deaf and dumb, cannot read or write
Stopp, Lewis; boarder, single; WM; 40; b. PA; laborer, father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1900 US Census Upper Saucon, Lehigh, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1430; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 84. [ ancestry.com 18 of 79] taken 6/8/1900 lines 36-37 Wambolt, Harry; WM; born March 1841; widowed; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; read, write; Laborer John, son WM born Novemeber 1869 ; 30; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania
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1910 US Census Upper Saucon Twp. Lehigh Co. PA ED# 204 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 14 of 22] taken May 6, 1910 line 85, Colesville Rd. Wambolt, Henry; Head; WM, age 69; widowed; father of 2 children, 0 living; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; English-yes; none
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Henry married Ella ?. Ella was born 1 about 1847 in Pennsylvania. She died 2 before 1880.

They had the following children:

  937 M i John H. WAMBOLT was born 1 in Nov 1869 in Pennsylvania. He died 2 in 1900/1910.

286. Sophia WAMBOLT 1 (Susan VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 2, 3 on 9 Jun 1844 in Pennsylvania. She died 4 on 17 Mar 1924.

Sophia married (1) Milton ROEDER. Milton was born 1 about 1844 in Pennsylvania. He died 2 before 1880. Milton was employed 3 as butcher in 1870.

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1870 US Census, Emaus, Upper Saucon Twp., Lehigh Co., PA Taken 9/22/1870 [ancestry.com 29 of 85] p 29 Visit 321 family 232
Wambold, Henry, 30 , MW, Blacksmith, place of birth Pennsylvania
Eliza, 23, WF, place of birth Pennsylvania
John H., 10/12, WM, place of birth Pennsylvania, born in November
Family 233
Wambold, John, 55 , MW, Blacksmith, place of birth Pennsylvania
Susanna, 53, WF, place of birth Pennsylvania
Roeder,Sophia, 25, FW, place of birth Pennsylvania
Roeder, Milton, 25, WM, butcher,, place of birth Pennsylvania
Ella, 5, FW, place of birth Pennsylvania
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They had the following children:

  938 F i Ella ROEDER was born 1 about 1865 in Pennsylvania. She died before 1880.

Sophia married (2) Lewis STOPP 1. Lewis was born 2, 3 on 10 May 1840 in Pennsylvania. He died 4 on 12 Mar 1929. Lewis was employed 5 as laborer in 1880. He was employed 6 as clerk/laborer in 1900 in Hotel.

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1880 US Census Upper Saucon, Lehigh, Pennsylvania ED# 190 taken 6/25/1880 [www.ancestry.com 54 of 56] visit 137 lines 21-25
Wambolt, Susan, self; widow; WF; 54; b. PA; keeping house; father b. PA; mother b. PA
Henry, son; widower; WM; 38; Blacksmith, b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
Sophia; daughter; widow?; female; white; 30; b. PA; boarding; father b. PA; mother b. PA
John, grandson; single; WM; 10; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA, deaf and dumb, cannot read or write
Stopp, Lewis; boarder, single; WM; 40; b. PA; laborer, father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1900 US Census Upper Saucon, Lehigh Co. PA ED# 84 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 1 of 20] taken June 2, 1900 lines 34-35
Stopp, Lewis; Head; WM born May 1840, age 60; married 18 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; Laborer, clerk in a hotel; can read, can write, speaks English
Sophia; wife WF born June 1844; age 55, married 18 years; mother of 0 children, 0 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; can read, can write, speaks English
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1910 US Census Upper Saucon Twp. Lehigh Co. PA ED# 201 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 15 of 22] taken April 1910 lines 36-37, Visit 170; 170
Stopp, Lewis; Head; WM, age 69; married 1; married 23 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; English-yes; "own home" (retired?); can read, can write
Sophia.; wife WF ; age 65, married 1; married 23 years; mother of 0 children, 0 living; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA English-yes; none; can read, can write
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Lehigh Co., Upper Saucon Twp., ED# 240; sheet 11A, Jan. 26, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 21 of 26)

lines 39-40
STOPP

Lewis head; rent; male; white; 79; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; retired

Sophia wife; female; white; 75; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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287. Frank F. WASSER 1 (Rebecca VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 2, 3 on 22 Feb 1844 in Pennsylvania. He died 4 on 15 Feb 1917. Frank was employed 5 as farm laboer in 1900.

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1900 US Census Hellertown, Lower Saucon Twp. Northampton Co. PA ED# 112 [ ancestry.com 16 of 35] taken 6/9/1900 lines 96-97 Wasser, Frank; Head; WM born April 1844, age 56; married 33 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA;farm laborer; can read, can write, speaks English; rents home Elizabeth; wife WF born Feb 1839, age 61, married 33 years; mother of 8 children,3 living; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA cannot read, cannot write, speaks English
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1910 Census
Frank F Wasser
Age: 65 State: PA
Color: W;W Enumeration District: 0098
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0031
County: Northampton
Relation: Father-in-law
Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place
Head of Household John A Weiuland

DEATH: Linda KLOSEK's book states date of Death as 7/22/1917?
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Frank Wasser

Birth: unknown
Death: Jul. 22, 1917

UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER. SERVED IN CO. C 54 REG.PA.VOL.INFANTRY. MILITARY RECORDS SHOW NAME AS FRANKLIN. HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH WASSER

Burial: Trinity Cemetery Wassergass Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Frederich Otto Record added: Apr 06, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 25782336
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Frank married 2 Elizabeth BROWN 1 daughter of Peter BROWN and Louisa ? on 8 Oct 1866. Elizabeth was born 3, 4, 5 on 10 Feb 1839 in Pennsylvania. She died 6, 7 on 31 Oct 1909 in Ironville, Pennsylvania. She was buried 8 in Trinity Cemetery; Ironville, Pennsylvania.

1900 Census reports had 8 children, 3 living
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Obituary Mrs Frank Wasser, 1909
Just received this obituary from the Bethlehem Area Public Library: Mrs. Frank Wasser, Beth. Globe Times, March 11, 1909 Elizabeth, wife of Frank Wasser, died of paralysis at the family residence, Ironville, Sunday. She was a daughter of Peter Brown and wife, was born Feb. 10, 1839, and was aged 70 years, 8 months and 21 days. She was united in marriage with Frank Wasser, Oct. 8, 1866, and besides her husband is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John Weiland, Lower Saucon, and Mrs. Harry Moyer, Hellertown. The funeral will be private at the house and will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with a service in Trinity Church, Ironville. Interment will be made in the cemetery adjoining. The fact that she is listed as the daughter of Peter Brown and with a birthdate of Feb. 10, 1839 sure convinces me that she is the daughter of Peter and Louisa Brown. You will note in Ruth Allen's book on the second to the last page that Elizabeth Barbara Brown's birthdate is given as 10 July ? but I think this is a mistake and that she and Anna Maria were twin sisters and were born on 10 Feb 1839, the date that is recorded for Anna Maria.
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Elizabeth Wasser

Birth: unknown
Death: Oct. 31, 1909

Note: W/O FRANK WASSER

Burial: Trinity Cemetery Wassergass Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Frederich Otto Record added: Apr 06, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 25782370
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They had the following children:

+ 939 F i Eliza Cora WASSER
+ 940 F ii Minnie WASSER

288. Emma S. WASSER 1 (Rebecca VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 2 on 25 Jan 1846 in Pennsylvania. She died 3 on 15 Feb 1925. She was buried 4 in Trinity Cemetery; Wassergrass, Pennsylvania.

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports her birth as Feb. 25, 1846
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Emma S Bader
Birth: Feb. 25, 1846
Death: Feb. 15, 1925

Inscription: WIFE OF EDWIN W. BADER

Burial: Trinity Cemetery Wassergass Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Frederich Otto Record added: Apr 06, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 25782100
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Emma married 2 Edwin W. BAUDER 1 about 1865. Edwin was born 3 on 4 Nov 1842 in Pennsylvania. He died 4 on 13 Jan 1924. He was buried 5 in Trinity Cemetery; Wassergrass, Pennsylvania. Edwin was employed 6 as farmer in 1900/1910. He served in the military 7, 8 Civil War in Co. F., 153rd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

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1870 Census, Lower Saucon Twp., Northampton Co., Pennsylvania. Taken July 11, 1870, [http://www.ancestry.com/ 13 of 26] p 13 lines 14-19 Bauder, Edwin; 26; White male; Mason; real estate $3000; personal property $200; place of birth Pennsylvania Emma; 23; White female; Keeping House; place of birth Pennsylvania Titus; 5; White male; place of birth Pennsylvania Thomas; 2; White male; place of birth Pennsylvania Amos; 5/12; White male; place of birth Pennsylvania Barlar, William; 18; White male; miner; place of birth Pennsylvania
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1880 US Census Lower Saucon, Northampton, Pennsylvania Roll T9_1162, ED# 88 taken 6/7/1880 [www.ancestry.com 12 of 36] visit 116 lines 33-42 Badder, Edwin; self; married; WM; 37; b. PA; stone mason; father b. PA; mother b. PA Emma, wife; married; WF; 34; b. PA; keeping house; father b. PA; mother b. PA Titus, son; single; WM; 15; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; in school Thomas, son; single; WM; 12; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; in school Amos, son; single; WM; 10; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; in school Mina; daughter; single; WF; 7; b. PA; at home; father b. PA; mother b. PA; in school Ida; daughter; single; WF; 6; b. PA; at home; father b. PA; mother b. PA Steward, son; single; WM; 4; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA Mary; daughter; single; WF; 3; b. PA; at home; father b. PA; mother b. PA John, son; single; WM; 1; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1890 Substitute Census Lower Saucon Twp. Northampton Co. PA Bauder Edwin W 48 Emma 44, Titus 25, Thomas 22, Mary 13, John 11 ******
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1900 US Census, Lower Saucon Twp, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania; Enumeration District: 114. June 12, 1900; lines 1-6 (www.ancestry.com image 15 of 25)
Visit 140

Bauder, Edwin, head; white; male; b Nov 1842; 57; married, 35 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer; yes to read, write & speak English; owns farm

Emma, wife; white; female; b. Feb 1846; 54; married, 35 years; had 13 children, 11 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speak English

Mary J.., Daughter; white; female; b March 1876; 21; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speak English

John D.; Son; white; male; b Dec 1875; 21; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speak English

Daisy S. Daughter; white; female; b July 1880; 19; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speak English

Purella M. Daughter; white; female; b Oct 1887; 12; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speak English, attends school
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1910 US Census, Lower Saucon Twp., Northampton Co. PA, ED# 99, April 21, 1910 (www.ancestry.com image 11 of 31) lines 18-20, visit 102

Bauder, Edwin.; head; male; white; 67; married, 44 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; English; Farmer, ; yes to read & write

Emma; wife; female; white; 64; married, 44 years; had 13 children, 11 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; English; yes to read & write

Mary; Daughter; female; white; 32; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer at stone works?
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Wassergass District, Lower Saucon Twp.; March 8, 1920 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 16 of 17] lines 58-60; RD# 2 Wassergass Road, visit 72 Bader, Edwin S.; head; own, free; male; white; 77; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA, farmer Emma S.; wife; female; white; 74; single; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA Mary Jane; daughter; female; white; 43; single; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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Linda Klosek's book quotes the obituary: he was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in as a private in Co. F., 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. Services were held in Trinity Evan. Church in Ironville.
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Pvt Edwin W Bader

Birth: Nov. 4, 1842
Death: Jan. 13, 1924

UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER. SERVCED IN CO.F 153 REG.PA.VOL.. HUSBAND OF EMMA S. BADER

Burial: Trinity Cemetery Wassergass Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Frederich Otto Record added: Apr 06, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 25782064
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They had the following children:

+ 941 M i Titus H. BAUDER
+ 942 M ii Thomas F. BAUDER
+ 943 M iii Amos E. BAUDER
+ 944 F iv Minnie BAUDER
+ 945 F v Ida BAUDER
+ 946 M vi Steward Ervin BAUDER
  947 F vii Mary J. BAUDER 1 was born 2 on 1 Mar 1876 in Pennsylvania. She died 3 on 26 Mar 1963. She was buried 4 in Trinity Cemetery; Wassergrass, Pennsylvania. She was employed 5 as laborer in 1910 in Stone works.

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports her birth year as 1877
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1930 Census living with her sister and brother-in-law, Pruella & Warren COYLE
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+ 948 M viii John D. BAUDER
+ 949 F ix Daisy Salinda BAUDER
+ 950 M x Charles L. BAUDER
  951 F xi Anna M. BAUDER 1 was born 2 on 30 Apr 1885. She died 3 on 13 Dec 1885. She was buried 4 in Trinity Cemetery; Wassergrass, Pennsylvania.
+ 952 F xii Pruella M. BAUDER

290. Susanna WASSER 1 (Rebecca VOGHT , Margaretha SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 2 on 11 Mar 1850. She died 3 on 3 Feb 1938. She was buried 4 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church Cemetery; Northampton Co., Pennsylvania.

Susanna married 2 William Henry CAWLEY 1 about 1870. William was born 3 on 28 Jan 1850. He died 4 on 25 Feb 1927. He was buried 5 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church Cemetery; Northampton Co., Pennsylvania. William was baptized 6 on 17 Dec 1850 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church; Pennsylvania. He was employed 7 as farmer in 1880/1900.

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1880 US Census Lower Saucon, Northampton, Pennsylvania ED# 88 taken 6/9/1880 [www.ancestry.com 15 of 36] visit 138 Cawly, William; self; married; WM; 30; b. PA; farmer; father b. PA; mother b. PA Susanna; wife; married; WF; 30; b. PA; keeping house; father b. PA; mother b. PA Isaac J.; son; single; WM; 8; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA John; son; single; WM; 6; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1890 Substitute Census Lower Saucon Twp. Northampton Co. PA Cawley William H 40 Susanna 40, John 16, Elizabeth 63 ******
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1900 US Census Lower Saucon, Northampton Co. PA ED# 114 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 16 of 24] taken June 13, 1900 lines 28-34 Cawley, William H.; Head; WM born January 1850, age 50; married 29 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; farmer; can read, can write, speaks English; owns home Susana; wife WF born March 1850; age 50, married 29 years; mother of 2 children, 2 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; can read, can write, speaks English John N.; son ; WM born Jan 1874; age 26; married 5 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; farmer Alvestra S.; daughter in law; WF born Jan 1873; age 27, married 5 years; mother of 2 children, 2 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; can read, can write, speaks English Beula F.; grand daughter ; WM born June 1895; age 4; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania Charles W.; grand son ; WM born April 1897; age 3; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania Elizabeth; mother; WF born Sept 1826; age 73, widow; mother of 1 children, 1 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; can read, can write, speaks English
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1910 US Census Lower Saucon Twp., Northampton Co. PA ED# 99 [<http://www.ancestry.com/> 1 of 31] taken April 15, 1910 lines 46-47
Cawley, William H., Head; WM, age 60; married 1; married 38 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; English-yes; Farmer, general farming; can read, can write
Susanna, wife WF; age 60, married 1; married 38 years; mother of 2 children, 2 living; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA English-yes; none; can read, can write
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1920 Census Lower Saucon, Northampton Co. Pennsylvania Enumeration District: 138 page 6A (<http://www.ancestry.com/> image # 11 of 17) taken February 26, 1920 lines 39-40 RFD#2 Wassergass Road Cauley, William H.; owns; WM. 71; read, write, born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, none Susanna; Wife W.F. 69 read, write, born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, none [Between son John Cawley and wife's 2nd cousin once removed Amandus Sloyer]
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They had the following children:

+ 953 M i Irwin I. CAWLEY
+ 954 M ii John N. CAWLEY

292. William H. SHIMER Sr. (Elizabeth SLOYER , John SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 30 Jul 1855 in Pennsylvania. He died unknown. William was employed 2 as laborer in 1880. He was employed 3 as cigar maker in 1900. He was employed 4 as Assesor, city in 1920.

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1880 US Census Lower Saucon Twp, Northampton, Pennsylvania p 139D (www.familysearch.org)

William Shimer Self Married Male W 25 Born PA Laborer Father's Birthplace PA Mother's Birthplace PA

Amanda Shimer Wife Married Female W 25 Born PA Keeping House Father's Birthplace PA Mother's Birthplace PA

Lorance Son S Male W 1 Born PA Father's Birthplace PA Mother's Birthplace PA
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1890 Substitute Census Seitzville, Northampton Co., PA Shiner William, cigarmaker Amanda, Irvin, Cora, William
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1900 US Census City of Easton, 9th Ward, Northampton Co. PENNSYLVANIA ED# 135 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 8 of 16] taken June 6, 1900 lines 60-66 (very difficult to read)

Shimer, William H.; Head; WM born July 1855, age 44; married 22 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; cigar maker; can read, can write, speaks English; rents

Amanda, wife WF born March 1855; age 45, married 22 years; mother of 7 children, 5 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; house keeper, can read, can write, speaks English

Lawrence; son; WM born Sept or Oct 1878; age 21; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, Day laborer

Irwin; son; WM born Sept 1881; age 18; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, Day laborer

Cora; daughter; WF born Feb 1883; age 17; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania,?

William; son; WM born Sept 1884; age 15; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, cigar maker

Elsie, daughter; WF born June 1893; age 6; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania
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1910 US Census 9-Wd Easton, Northampton, Pennsylvania ED# 82 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 10 of 26] taken April 16, 1910 lines 2-7

Shimer, William H., Head; WM, age 54; married 1; married 32 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; English-yes; none; can read, can write, rents

Amanda, wife WF; age 54, married 1; married 32 years; mother of 7 children, 5 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; English-yes; washer woman, home; can read, can write

Cora, daughter; WF; age 26; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; mill girl, hosiery; can read, can write, speaks English

William; son; WM; age 25; widowed; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; laborer, drill works; can read, can write, speaks English

Elsie S., daughter; WF; age 16; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; none; no to can read and write, no to school

James M., grandson; WM; age 2/12; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born New York
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1920 U.S. Census 9-Wd Easton, Northampton, Pennsylvania ED# 121 taken Jan 7, 1920 p9B [ancestry.com 18 of 33] lines 57-59

Shimer, William H., Head of Household, Owns home, WM 64, Married, read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born Pa Assesor, City

Amanda, Wife, WF 64, married, read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA, laundress, at home

James M., grandson, WM 9, born PA, father born PA, Mother born PA, in school
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1930 US Census, Easton, Northampton, Pennsylvania; ED # 48, April 8, 1930 (http://www.ancestry.com/, image 19 & 20 of 39) lines 50-55, East Wilkes Barre St.

Shimer William H.; head; rents, $18/mon, male; white; 74; married, 22 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; none

Amanda, Wife; female; white; 74; married, 22 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania

Welsh, Cora, daughter, female; white; 45; widowed; 28 age at first marriage; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania, sewer, underwear factory

Welsh, Helen; granddaughter; female; white; 15; single; b. New Jersey; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania, in school

Welsh, Francis, grandson; male; white; 11; single; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania, in school

Shimer, James, grandson; male; white; 20; single; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. New Jersey, printer, daily paper
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William married 1 Amanda PEARSON daughter of Alexander PEARSON Sr. and Susanna SCHLOYER about 1877. Amanda was born 2, 3 on 24 Mar 1855. She died unknown. She was baptized 5 on 8 Jun 1856 in Old Williams Lutheran Church;Northampton Co., Pennsylvania.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 2 sons 2 daughters

They had the following children:

  955 M i Lawrence SHIMER is printed as #445.
  956 M ii Ervin SHIMER is printed as #446.
+ 957 F iii Cora SHIMER is printed as #447.
+ 958 M iv William H. SHIMER Jr. is printed as #448.
  959 F v Anna May SHIMER is printed as #449.
  960 F vi Elsie S. SHIMER is printed as #450.

294. Martin S. SHIMER (Elizabeth SLOYER , John SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 2 Aug 1859 in Pennsylvania. He died 4 in 1940. He was buried 5 in Lower Saucon Reformed Cemetery; Pennsylvania. Martin was baptized 6 on 13 Jun 1859 in OWELCNC, Pennsylvania. He was employed 7 as farmer in 1900/1910. He was employed 8 as general hauling in 1920. He was employed 9 as laborer in 1930.

BIRTH: 1900 census reports his birth as Sept. 1856
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1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Bucks Co., Durham Twp., ED# 15, sheet 7B & 8A;Jjune June 6, 1900 (series T623, roll 1384, p. 239)

lines 98-100 & 1-5
SHIMER

Martin head; white; male; b. Sept. 1856, 44; married, 16 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer; yes to read, write & speaks English; rent

Mary wife; white; female; b. Jan. 1866, 34; married, 16 years; had 7 children, 7 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

Allen son; white; male; b. Sept. 1884; 15; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

Kate daughter; white; female; b. Dec. 1885, 14; single; b. PA; father b. Pa; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

John son; white; male; b. Dec. 1886; 13; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; attends school; yes to read, write & speaks English

Howard son; white; male; b. Dec. 1889?, 10; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; attends school; yes to read, write & speaks English

Annie daughter; white; female; b. Aug. 1893, 6; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Elmer son; white; male; b. Aug. 1897, 2; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania,Northampton Co., Lower Saucon Twp., ED# 99, sheet 5A;April 20, 1910 (series T624, roll 1381, p. 144

lines 45-50 & 51-55
SHIMER)

Martin S. head; male; white; 50; married1, 25 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer, general farm; yes to read & write; rent, farm

Mary C. wife; female; white; 45; married1, 25 years; had 9 children, 9 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write

Howard son; male; white; 20; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, home farm; yes to read, write & attended school

Annie daughter; female; white; 16; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & attended school

Elmer son; male; white; 13; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & attended school

Sallie daughter; female; white; 10; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & attened school

Walter son; male; white; 9; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to attended school

Munford son; male; white; 8; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to attended school
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1920 U.S. Census Pennsylvania Northampton Co. Hellertown ED# 131 taken Jan 2, 1920 Enumerator Harvey F. Sloyer p36 ancestry.com 44 of 61visit 461

Martin Shimer, Head of Household, Owns home, WM 62,Married, read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born Pa General hauling

Mary Wife, WF 48, Married, read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA

Rosenberger, Sallie M., Dau WF,20,Married, read/write English, born PA, father born PA, Mother born PA

Rosenberger, Steward,soninlaw, WM,21,Married, read/write English, born PA, father born PA, Mother born PA {?} Bethlehem Steel

Rosenberger, Catherine, granddaughter, WF 2, born PA, father born PA, Mother born PA

Rosenberger, James, grandson, WM 2/12, born PA, father born PA, Mother born PA

Shimer, Walter, son, WM19,Single,read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA Roller at Bethlehem Steel

Shimer, Montford,son,WM17,Single,read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA Tester Bethlehem Steel
Shimer,Wilmer,son,WM13,Single, Attends school, read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA

Barron, Stewart, nephew,WM 20,Single,read/write English, born Pa, father born PA, Mother born PA machine helper Bethlehem Steel
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1930 US Census, Hellertown Borough, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 63; April 4, 1930 (<http://www.ancestry.com/>, image 11 of 25) lines 14-17; 1012 Third St. Street

Shimer, Martin; head; owns $7000, male; white; 70; married, 25 age at first marriage yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; laborer, general labor

Mary C.; wife; female; white; 64; married, 18 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania

Wilmer; son; male; white; 21; single; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; laborer, general labor

Henry; grandson; male; white; 9; single; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; in school
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Martin married 1 Mary Catherine BARRON daughter of Allen S. BARRON and Catherine PAFF about 1885. Mary was born 2, 3 on 14 Jan 1866 in Pennsylvania. She died 4 in 1943. She was buried 5 in Lower Saucon Reformed Cemetery; Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

+ 961 M i William Allen SHIMER
+ 962 F ii Catherine "Katie" Irena SHIMER
+ 963 M iii John Henry SHIMER
+ 964 M iv Howard Maynard SHIMER
+ 965 F v Annie Elizabeth SHIMER
+ 966 M vi Elmer Louis SHIMER
+ 967 F vii Sallie Matilda SHIMER
  968 M viii Walter Franklin SHIMER was born 1, 2 on 15 Nov 1900 in Pennsylvania. He died unknown. Walter was employed 3 as roller in 1920 in Bethlehem Steel.
+ 969 M ix Montford Chester SHIMER
  970 M x Wilmer SHIMER

295. Charles F. SHIMER (Elizabeth SLOYER , John SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 24 Jul 1860. He died 4, 5 on 4 May 1944. He was buried 6, 7 in Springtown Cemetery; Bucks Co., Pennsylvania. Charles was confirmed 8 on 2 Dec 1877 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church, NC, Pennsylvania.

BIRTH: Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript reports Charles birth as Feb. 2. 1863
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Charles SHIMER & Sarah SEIFERT were third cousins
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1890 Substitute Census Cedarville,South Easton, Northampton Co.
Shimer Charles F, cigar maker-
Sarah,
Lizzie,
Rosa.
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Williams Twp., ED# 129, sheet 8A, April 30, 1910 (series T624, roll 1382, p. 225)

lines27-28
SHIMER

Charles F. head; male; white; 49; married1, 29 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; manufacturer, cigars; yes to read & write; rent house

Sarah wife; female; white; 59; married1, 29 years; had 3 children, 2 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write
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1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton Co., Williams Twp., ED# 167, sheet 7A, Jan. 21, 1920 (series T625, roll 1609, p. 58)

lines 5-6
SHIMER

Charles head; rent; male; white; 59; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; store keeper, general store

Sarah wife; female; white; 62; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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Charles F. Shimer

Birth: Jul. 24, 1860
Death: May 4, 1944

Family links:
Children: Elizabeth Geranium Shimer (1881 - 1950)
Spouse: Sarah Ann Seifert Shimer (1850 - 1939) <

Inscription: Husband

Burial: Springtown Cemetery Springtown (Bucks County) Bucks County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Tom Myers Record added: Apr 22, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 51487601
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Charles married 1 Sarah Ann SEIFERT daughter of John Reichart SEIFERT and Elizabeth SLOYER about 1880. Sarah was born 2, 3, 4 on 14 Nov 1850. She died 5, 6 on 1 Jan 1939. She was buried 7, 8 in Springtown Cemetery; Bucks Co., Pennsylvania. Sarah was baptized 9 on 15 May 1850 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church, NC, Pennsylvania.

Sarah Ann Seifert Shimer

Birth: Nov. 14, 1850
Death: Jan. 1, 1939
Family links:
Parents: John Reichert Seifert (1825 - 1910) Elizabeth Sloyer Seifert (1821 - 1896)
Children: Elizabeth Geranium Shimer (1881 - 1950)
Spouse: Charles F. Shimer (1860 - 1944)

Inscription: Wife

Burial: Springtown Cemetery Springtown (Bucks County) Bucks County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Tom Myers Record added: Apr 22, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 51487610
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They had the following children:

  971 F i Elizabeth G. "Lizzie" SHIMER is printed as #436.
+ 972 F ii Isabella "Rosa" SHIMER is printed as #437.

296. Milton SHIMER (Elizabeth SLOYER , John SCHLOYER , Johann "Heinrich" SCHLEYER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 12 Feb 1863. He died 2 in 1949. He was buried 3 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church Cemetery; Northampton Co., Pennsylvania. Milton was employed 4 as railroad inspector in 1880. He was employed 5 as farm laborer in 1900. He was employed 6 as laborer in 1910 in Drill works. He was employed 7 as head mechanic in 1920 in Machine Shop. He was employed 8 as laborer in 1930 in Steel Mill.

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1880 US Census Upper Saucon, Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania; ED# 190 taken 6/1/1880 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 1 of 56] line 27 farm of Elias Fulmer
Shimer, Milton; farm laborer; single; male; white; 17; railroad inspector; born Pennsylvania
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1900 US Census Williams Twp., Northampton Co. Pennsylvania ED# 151 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 6 of 21] taken June 4, 1900 lines 67-70
Shimer, Milton; Head; WM born February 1863, age 37; married 2 years; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; farm laborer; can read, can write, speaks English; rents home
Hattie; wife WF born April 1863; age 37, married 2 years; mother of 1 children, 1 living; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; can read, can write, speaks English
William S.; son?; WM born Dec 1888; age 11; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; at school
Fannie; niece?; WF born September 1891; age 8; single; born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania; at school

NOTE: This record has caused some confusion about Milton's children. It is the conclusion of researchers that the number of years of marriage is an ennumerator error. As to the relationship of William S. and Fannie, we are adding both as children at the present time.
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1910 US Census Easton, 9th Ward. Northampton Co. Pennsylvania ED# 82 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 9 of 26] taken April 16, 1910 lines 70-74, 161 East Nesquihoning St.
Shimer, Milton Head; WM, age 47; married 1; married 20 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; English-yes; Laborer, Drill works; can read, can write
Harriett M.; wife WF ; age 47, married 1; married 20 years; mother of 3 children, 1 living; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA English-yes; none; can read, can write
Lentz, George B.; son in law; WM, age 24; married 1; married 2 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; English-yes; Conductor, Trolley Line; can read, can write
Lentz, Fannie M., daughter; WF; age 20; married 1; married 2 years; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA; Housework, home farm; can read, can write, speaks English
Lentz, Eva A.; grandchild; WF ; age 3/12, single; born PA, father born PA, mother born PA
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1920 US Census, New Jersey, Warren Co., Phillipsburg (town); ED# 167, sheet 11B, January 16, 1920 [http://www.ancestry.com/ 22 & 23 of 29] lines 99, 100, 1, 2; 64 Brianaird St.
Lutz, George; head; rents, male; white; 34; married; yes to read & write; b. New Jersey; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; Fireman, Railroad
Fannie M.; wife; female; white; 28; married; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania
Theron K.; son; male; white; 1 11/12; single; b. New Jersey; father b. New Jersey; mother b. Pennsylvania
Shimer, Milton; father in law; male; white; 56; widowed; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; Head Mechanic, machine shop
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1930 US Census, New Jersey, Warren Co., Phillipsburg; ED # 21, April 17, 1930 (<http://www.ancestry.com/>, image 27 of 45) lines 16-19; 300 Bates St
Lutz, George; head; own, $6000; male; white; 46; married, 23 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. New Jersey; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania; Conductor, Railroad
Fannie M. wife; female; white; 38; married, 17 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania
Theron K.; son; male; white; 12; single; yes to read & write; b. New Jersey; father b. New Jersey; mother b. Pennsylvania; in school
Shimer, Milton; father in law; male; white; 66; widower; 26 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. Pennsylvania; father b. Pennsylvania; mother b. Pennsylvania, laborer, Steel Mill
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Milton married 1 Harriett MCELROY on 21 Mar 1891 in Hellertown, Pennsylvania. Harriett was born 2, 3 on 5 Apr 1863. She died 4, 5 on 20 Mar 1911. She was buried 6 in Old Williams Ev. Lutheran Church Cemetery; Northampton Co., Pennsylvania.

BIRTH: gravestone birth year is 1862

They had the following children:

  973 M i William S. SHIMER was born 1 in Dec 1888 in Pennsylvania. He died unknown.
+ 974 F ii Fannie M. SHIMER

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