Erie County, New York

Posted Queries for May 1998



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CROSBY, STEPHENS posted by Sally Stevens Jankowski on Friday, May 1, 1998

Looking for information on Calvin CROSBY, born 1776-1794 and died in Wales, Erie co., NY February 13, 1830. He left no widow and three minor children, one of whom may be Relief CROSBY, wife of Samuel STEPHENS. He came originally from Onondaga co., NY and had a brother, William CROSBY, also of Wales.

 

SCHMALTZ, SCHMALZ, STAHL posted by Marilyn Schmalz Fiedler on Friday, May 1, 1998

Trying to find Frederick SCHMALZ, possibly in Erie Co. during 1840s, need to know where he married Maria STAHL, who her parents were, and where their first child was born in 1847. They moved to Milwaukee WI after 1847. Frederick had a brother that came to America with him and eventually settled in Pennsylvania. We have no first name for him or where abouts in Penn he settled or when they came to America. There is a Frederick SCHMALZ in the 1850 Census but listed as single. He is not listed in Milwaukee in 1850. Can anyone shed some light on this or give me some suggestion for further searching? This is my brick wall! Thanks for any help.

 

MILLER, STEPHENS posted by Sally Stevens Jankowski on Sunday, May 3, 1998

Looking for information about Laura M. MILLER (1810-1882) who was born in Onondaga co., but moved to Wales, Erie co., NY and lived with her husband, Anson STEPHENS.

 

BAGAN, BARRON, BEGGIN, DOYLE, JONES, SULLIVAN posted by Rose Derocher on Monday, May 4, 1998

Looking for James BARRON and wife Anne BEGGIN/BAGAN, they were to have married Sept 29, 1857 in Jo Daviess County, Illinois and moved with their family to Tonawanda, Erie Co., NY. They had the following children: Elizabeth BARRON married a JONES. Kate married a SULLIVAN, children: Marie and Howard Sullivan Thomas BARRON, no further information. All of these children lived in Buffalo-Tonawanda area, Erie County, NY. My husbands great grandmother was Mary Ann BARRON DOYLE, she was born in Menomonie, Jo Daviess Co., IL and lived in Shullsburg, Wisconsin. If this sounds at all familiar please email me! Thank you.

 

DUDEK, DUTKEIWICZ, DUTKIEWICZ, KOZUBORSKA posted by Margot Dutt Mills on Monday, May 4, 1998

Jozef/Joseph DUDEK/DUTKIEWICZ b.10 October 1881 Malo Miechowice, Stalinogrod, Upper Silesia, Poland d.4 July 1951 Chicago, Cook County, IL. Joseph DUTKEIWICZ married 1st) ??? about 1905 and she died in childbirth About 1906. I am looking for who she is, when they were married, when she died and where she is buried. He married 19 July 1908 or 19 Nov 1908, Central Falls, Providence Co., RI 2nd) Teophila Katherine "Queenie" KOZUBORSKA b.27 April 1890 Tarnow, Galicia, Poland d.27 August 1971 Chicago, Cook County, IL.

 

INGRAM, KOLBE posted by Robert Russell Schadt on Monday, May 4, 1998

Seeking death data on John KOLBE wife Mabel INGRAM KOLBE and child Harold E. KOLBE, b. 1911.

 

MOFFAT, OSBORNE posted by Cathy Sloppy on Tuesday, May 5, 1998

I am looking for information on my g-g-grandfather, Levi OSBORNE, b. 182X? He was a minister in Tonawanda, NY in 1883. He married Mary Emma MOFFAT and had four children, Julia Margaret, George Shepard, Agusta K. and Emma Lena. I would be grateful if anyone could help me find any information on him at all. Thanks.

 

PARK, PARKE, PARKES posted by Donna Carpenter on Tuesday, May 5, 1998

Looking for marriage record of Eleanor PARK/PARKE/PARKES, daughter of Larmon Z. PARKE to unknown between 1850-1855 in either Buffalo or Evans.

 

BEUTTER, DOWNES, FLANAGAN, KNOPF, SCHRANKEL posted by Chris Andrle on Tuesday, May 5, 1998

Would like to contact other descendants of Frederick Karl BEUTTER (1839-1880) and his wife Wilhelmina KNOPF (1846-1922). Their children were Frederick BEUTTER (1863-1865); Anna Wilhelmina BEUTTER (1866-1960); Frederick Jacob BEUTTER, born 1867, married Mildred B. DOWNES; Clara BEUTTER, born 1870, married Joseph G. SCHRANKEL; Albert Andrew BEUTTER, married Elizabeth M. FLANAGAN; Carl Joseph BEUTTER (1874-1876).

 

BOSWORTH, CHILD, SMITH posted by Cynthia on Wednesday, May 6, 1998

From Kane co. Ill. Biog. Record, 1898 - Franklin S. BOSWORTH, born 1832 in Boston, Erie Co. NY. was the son of Benjamin and Almira (SMITH) BOSWORTH. Benjamin, born in Greenfield NY was the son of Alfred, who was born in Bristol, RI. Alfred married Olive CHILD. Almira Smith was the dau. of Amos SMITH. Further information available on request.

 

MALTBIE, PARKS posted by Cori and Jim Welch on Wednesday, May 6, 1998

Seeking information on Alvin MALTBIE, born 1867 in Buffalo New York. Married Harriet PARKS (born 1857 in North Collins, New York). Their son, Curtis Ray MALTBIE was born in 1892 in Buffalo. The family moved to Southern California.

 

MARSHALL, SHEARS posted by Maura McComick on Wednesday, May 6, 1998

Edgar H. MARSHALL b. 1833 in NY married Elida Antoinette SHEARS, b.1837 NY. Found on 1860 Census for Medina County, Ohio with 3 children: William E (born 1856 OH), Allen E (born 1857 OH), Twoy (born 1859 OH). EJ (possibly Edwin) was born 1864, Ida A, 1864, Lanus Berdie, 1869, all OH. Found on 1870 Census in Cuyahoga County (Cleveland and Rockport). Seeking information and descendants.

 

MARSHALL, SHEARS posted by Maura McComick on Wednesday, May 6, 1998

My g-g-g-Grandmother was named Elida Antoinette SHEARS, born circa 1837 in New York. Her father was born in Connecticut; her mother was born in New York. Married Edgar H. MARSHALL either in OH or NY. Found on 1860 Census, Medina County, OH> Cleveland/Rockport/Lakewood (all in OH). Family thinks she might have been part Native American. Edgar and Elida (Lida) Marshall had 6-7 children: William E (born 1856 OH), Allen E (born 1857 OH), Twoy (born 1859 OH). EJ (possibly Edwin) was born 1864, Ida A, 1864, Lanus Berdie, 1869, all OH. Found on 1870 Census in Cuyahoga County (Cleveland and Rockport). Seeking information and descendants.

 

DEMING, LEACH, MATTHEWS, SEEHAVER posted by Judy A. Wolf on Thursday, May 7, 1998

William H. LEACH m. Anna, issue: Ethel m. DEMING; Ruth m. Harry T. SEEHAVER; Ralph Sherman LEACH d. 29 Dec 1929 in Buffalo, m. Florence MATTHEWS, issue: Dorothy, Edward b.1916, Robert, Ruth b.1919, Ralph b.1923, Gertrude b. 1924, Irene b.1924. Seeking any information especially birth and death dates & places for William and Anna and her maiden name. Will share family information if there are any relatives anywhere. Have death notice for Ralph, d. 1929 but that is all. I have information on his children, etc.

 

TEATS posted by Ralph Seefeld on Saturday, May 9, 1998

Searching for parents of Sarah TEATS, b. about 1807 in Canada and John C. TEATS, b. 8 Sep 1822 in Aurora, Erie Co., NY. Census information shows that their father was born in NJ and their mother in PA. A possible candidate for father is Jesse TEATS, from Aurora, NY who died 25 May 1832 at age 45. Does anyone have access to obituary or probate information that could possibly verify this?

 

ZELLER posted by Dori Maw-Settlemyer on Monday, May 11, 1998

Information needed on my great grandfather Joseph Zeller and family. Came from Alsace Lorraine about 1904 and resided in the Black Rock area of Buffalo.

 

GRAVES, JEFFERSON posted by Adrienne Inglis on Monday, May 11, 1998

Amos E. JEFFERSON (b. 1833) married Elizabeth Jane GRAVES (b. 1839) in Buffalo, Erie, NY on 20 Apr 1857. I am seeking more information on these folks (my great-great-grandparents).

 

EVANS, THOMAS, WALKER posted by Frank Thomas on Tuesday, May 12, 1998

Emanuel THOMAS married Charity WALKER 27 May 1860 in the City of Buffalo, Erie county, NY - George Thomas and Anthony EVANS were witnesses at the wedding. On the NY state census of 1865 Emanuel and Charity THOMAS showed up in Buffalo , Erie County with three children Cora age 4; Frank age 2; Amanda age 1.

 

BUCK posted by Cynthia on Wednesday, May 13, 1998

FYI - Found in Kane Co. Illinois Biographical Record, 1898 -complete entry available on request - Capt. Graves, of Kane Co., married Miss Mary A. BUCK, of Erie Co. Ny, in 1847. She was the dau of Stephen BUCK, an early pioneer of Dupage Co., Illinois.

 

DUNHAM, FOSTER, JEFFORDS, PEASE, SHERWOOD, WRIGHT posted by Cynthia on Wednesday, May 13, 1998

FYI - Found in Kane Co. Biographical Record, 1898 - have complete entry on request - Abraham P. SHERWOOD, born 1827 in Sweden, Erie Co., NY, was the son of John SHERWOOD, born 1790 also of NY. Johns father was Hezekiah SHERWOOD. In 1836 John left NY and removed to Canada, but came to Kane Co. Illinois in 1846 by boat from Chatham, Canada. He died in Kane Co. 1879. He was a soldier in the 1812 War. He married first Sybil JEFFORDS, 3 children. His second wife was Sarah PEASE, day of Abraham and Sarah (DUNHAM) PEASE, 6 children. Abraham P. SHERWOOD married Miss Phebe Ann WRIGHT, a native of NY, day of E.Baldwin and Elizabeth (FOSTER) WRIGHT. E. Baldwin was a soldier of the 1812 War, and a son of Solomon and Zelpha WRIGHT. Elizabeth was the dau of James and Phebe FOSTER.

 

BOWERS, STILLWELL posted by Leslie Lienert on Thursday, May 14, 1998

I am looking for the family/ancestors of William Arthur BOWERS (b. Huntington, IN d. Jun 1963 Buffalo, NY) and his wife Irene Margaret STILLWELL (b. Mar 1898 Buffalo, NY d. Jun 1986 Buffalo, NY). Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

 

FLAEGEL, GRIMMER posted by Charles Grimmer on Friday, May 15, 1998

GRIMMER George. born Sept 1836. died 1902 in Buffalo. Married to Catherine (Kate) FLAEGEL also born in France 1846? George GRIMMER is listed in the New York Civil War Veteran Pension Index. Last known address 696 Exchange Street Buffalo, New York.

 

BECKER, FIX, HEYD, HIRSCH, HOFFMAN, KRAMER, MAYER, PAUL, REITSCHLE, SAUP, SCHMITT, SMITH posted by Jerry Smith on Saturday, May 16, 1998

Wish to exchange information about the families of Johann Balthasar SCHMITT(born in Alsace about 1784) and Bernhard SCHMITT (born in Alsace about 1978). They came to Buffalo in the 1830's. Both died in the buffalo area. "SMITH" was sometimes used by them in place of SCHMITT. Associated surnames: HIRSCH, HEYD, KRAMER, HOFFMAN, SAUP, MAYER, BECKER, REITSCHLE, PAUL, FIX.

 

TRIPP posted by Jerry Smith on Saturday, May 16, 1998

Seeking information about Magaretta ("Rita") Elizabeth TRIPP, born in England about 1885. She moved first to Canada, then to Buffalo area. Known to have lived here in the mid 1930's. Unfortunately, *if* she was married, her married name is not known. Any suggestions or assistance gratefully received! Jerry Smith in Sacramento, CA.

 

KLEIN, LAWRENCE, LUMPP, MANGOLD posted by Karen Borton on Monday, May 18, 1998

Looking for family of Caroline KLEIN of Tonwanda, New York. She is the daughter of Phillip KLEIN and Catherine LAWRENCE. She was born 06 July 1852 in Tonwanda, NY. She was confirmed 25 March 1866 at the Lutheran Church in Eggertsville, NY by Rev. Adolph Bottger. Her mother died when she was young and her father then married Katherine MANGOLD. Shortly after he remarried he and his family moved west to Edgerton, OH and Caroline remained in NY with relatives. About 6 years later Caroline went to Ohio, but returned again to NY for a year. Then she came to Ohio the second time and soon after, on August 12, 1870, was married to John LUMPP. They settled on a farm east of Edgerton in Williams County, Ohio. Caroline died April 8, 1915 and is buried in Edon Cemetery, Edon, Ohio.

 

GROSTEIN posted by David W. Albert on Tuesday, May 19, 1998

I am researching the GROSTEIN family, which currently begins with Moses Jacob GROSTEIN. Moses moved from Poland to the United States in 1838. He lived in Macon, Georgia, Albany, New York, Buffalo, New York, and finally Lewiston, Idaho. In particular, Moses and his wife Bena lived in Buffalo, New York from approximately 1844 to 1870.Ý Any information about Moses or his descendants (which include children Robert, Louis, Isaac and Rachel GROSTEIN, among others), or in fact, information about any individual with the last name GROSTEIN would be much appreciated. The name is quite uncommon in the United States.

 

KNAPP, TAPPAN, TAPPIN, TAPPING posted by L. Swart on Wednesday, May 20, 1998

Ethan TAPPIN married Julia KNAPP daughter of Comfort KNAPP in 1825.Ý Placenames are Boston Corners and Hamburg.Ý Any information concerning this marriage and descendants will be appreciated.Ý Thank You.

 

MILLER, MULLER, SCHULTZ, SHULTZ, TALLMAN, WEATHERBY posted by Kathy Moore on Thursday, May 21, 1998

Looking for any info on gg grandmother who came to Buffalo about 1858. Story goes Henrietta MULLER, husband (name unknown), daughter Marie Wilhelmina MULLER (age 3, born April 23, 1855) and son came from the Black Forest to the U.S. about 1858 and husband died and was buried at sea. The ship captain felt sorry for the young widow and was going to give her free passage back to Germany but relatives from Buffalo came aboard the ship in New York and persuaded her to embark and join the family in operating a delicatessen in Buffalo. It is also said that the son was buried at sea. I don't know if that was on the passage over or later on in his life. Henrietta remarried to a SHULTZ/ SCHULTZ. She had 5 more daughters but names are unknown. Her first daughter Marie Wilhelmina MULLER married my ggrandfather Edward L WEATHERBY January 28, 1873 in Cheyenne, WY. After the death of Edward and a widow of 5 living children she remarried Alfred TALLMAN. She lived and died in California. I want very much to find past and living relatives of Henrietta.

 

BOY, COLVIN posted by Jim Colvin on Thursday, May 21, 1998

Seeking parents of Benoni COLVIN, Born Black Rock (Buffalo) Erie County. Illinois census for 1880 indicates Benoni was born in 1834 and married Mary BOY.

 

CULLINANE, REGAN, SAMMONS posted by Michael S. Cullinan on Thursday, May 21, 1998

Dr. Charles R. CULLINANE (1869-27Nov1927) practiced medicine in Buffalo NY and was known as 'the poor man's friend'. He was the son of Michael CULLINANE and Mary REGAN, both of Ireland, who settled in Watkin's Glen NY. Charles married Ethel G. SAMMONS, who outlived him by at least 20 years--but no children known to me. Charles CULLINANE had a brother, John J. CULLINANE, M.D. (c1867-03Apr1898) who also went to the University of Buffalo Medical School and also had a practice in Buffalo. Where are they buried? Was that the end of this line (sad?). Obits from Watkin's Glen needed. Please tell me that's not the end of the line.

 

DIRR, HELFRICH posted by Joseph L. Helfrich on Friday, May 22, 1998

My fathers birth name was DIRR. He was adopted by his mothers sister & husband, Joseph & Alice HELFRICH. His mother had died and his father could not take care of him. From what I can gather, they lived in the Buffalo, NY area, Gardenville, Ebenezer, Erie County. My fathers name was: Kenneth Michael - born 5/11/1911, died - 4/23/1958. Sister was not adopted, her name was Jean DIRR - maiden

 

GROSTEIN posted by David W. Albert on Friday, May 22, 1998

I am researching the GROSTEIN family, which currently begins with Moses Jacob GROSTEIN. Moses moved from Poland to the United States in 1838. He lived in Macon, Georgia (est.1838-1844), Albany, New York (est.1844-1848), Buffalo, New York (est.1848-1870), and finally Lewiston, Idaho (1870-1886). Any information about Moses or his descendants (which include children Robert, Louis, Isaac and Rachel GROSTEIN, among others), or in fact, information about any individual with the last name GROSTEIN would be much appreciated. The name is quite uncommon in the United States.

 

BONNEY, CHRISTENSON, KRYDER, MOSHER posted by Penny Bucks on Friday, May 22, 1998

I am searching for information about Horace BONNEY bornÝÝ in New York state, and his wife Rebecca CHRISTENSON also born in New York state. Horace and RebeccaÝ had four children that I know of , they are Martha BONNEY (KRYDER),Elizabeth BONNEY (MOSHER), William BONNEY, and Alfred BONNEY. The family ended up in St. Joseph county, South Bend, Indiana. I believe there was another Horace BONNEY and Elizabeth BONNEY living in Erie county in 1860.Horace BONNEY ( I am assuming Jr.) died 1885 and Rebecca 1895 in South Bend, Ind. Martha BONNEY (KRYDER) would be my ggrandmother,born 5 Jun 1854 in New York state and died 9 Nov.1920 in In. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

 

GALVIN posted by James E. Moriarty on Friday, May 22, 1998

I have several GALVIN family members who came through Buffalo as their port of entree into the United States. Where do I find federal records for those who came through Buffalo?

 

GRIMM, HAAS posted by Linda Doty on Friday, May 22, 1998

Looking for descendants of John George HAAS b. 1798 Germany - wife Elizabeth found in 1860 and 1880 census in East Hamburg, Erie Co. NY. Son William HAAS died in 1898 in East Hamburg - he was sickly since serving in the Civil War. Wife Caroline GRIMM b. 1841 Germany, died 20 Dec 1912 in Buffalo. William and Caroline m. 26 Dec 1858 in West Seneca. Looking for children: Mary b. 1860, Henrietta b 1862, Lewis Wm. b. 1865, Emma b. 1869, Rose b. 1872, George b. 1877. Daughters Nellie and Lillian moved to WA state. Alternate

 

DIRR, HELFRICH posted by Joseph L. Helfrich on Saturday, May 23, 1998

My fathers birth name was: DIRR. He was adopted by his mothers sister & husband, Joseph & Alice HELFRICH. His mother had died and his father could not take care of him. From what I can gather, they lived in the Buffalo, NY area, Gardenville, Ebenezer, Erie County. My fathers name was: Kenneth Michael - born 5/11/1911, died - 4/23/1958. Sister was not adopted, her name was Jean DIRR - maiden

 

HERRINGTON, PIERCE posted by Ardis J. Pierce on Saturday, May 23, 1998

HERRINGTON, Spencer b ca 1800 possibly Washington Co. NY m Mary PIERCE b ca 1804 daughter of Eliakim & Marian PIERCE Washington Co. NY resided in Newstead, Erie, NY in the 1850 census. Son's

 

DIENER, ROST, SCHUMAKER posted by Tom Rhodes on Saturday, May 23, 1998

Looking for family line of William DIENER who was born in Germany 12-26-1861 and later emigrated to Buffalo, NY with his parents(?), brother Frank, and sisters Mrs. Ernestine ROST and Mrs. Minnie SCHUMAKER.Ý Upon William's death in 1939 - the obit says that his brother and sisters were still living in Buffalo, NY.Ý I'm searching for any records and hope to discover his parents.Ý William joined the 8th Infantry - fought in the Apache Campaigns and later became an early pioneer of northern Wyoming. His brother Frank was supposedly a postal carrier.

 

BENORT, DEVEAU, LABATTE posted by Valerie Cranmer on Saturday, May 23, 1998

I was sent this information by an elderly person. I was wondering if someone would direct me to verify it. The information is from Erie Co. NY Marriages, p.56 stating the following: David LABATTE, resident of Buffalo NY, age 27, laborer, born Canada, parents are Louis LABATTE, Agnes Janderon Anna DEVEAU, resident of Buffalo NY, age 25, born Canada, parents are James DEVEAU, Delia BENORT married: November 24, 1870 first marriage for both.

 

MINER posted by Dave Watkins on Saturday, May 23, 1998

Looking for information on Jacob R. MINER. He was born about 1796 in NY and was in Erie County by 1830. He lived in the NW part of Lancaster Twp. near Bowmansville until his death in 1856. Any information on his birth place, parents, name of first wife, or whereabouts before 1830 would be greatly appreciated.

 

ANGER, BILYEA, HOFFMAN, HUFFMAN posted by Cathy Benedict on Sunday, May 24, 1998

I am looking for information about Franklin Edgar HOFFMAN.Ý He was born in Stevensville, Ontario, Canada on Mar. 29, 1856.ÝÝ He and his wifeÝ had a child (Cecil Roy HOFFMAN) who was bornÝ in Buffalo, New York on July 4, 1888.Ý This indicates that possibly they lived in Erie County for a period of time.ÝÝÝ Franklin's wife was Esther BILYEA.Ý His parents were Peter HUFFMAN and Jane (possibly Susan Jane) ANGER.ÝÝ I would like information on any of these people.ÝÝ

 

TAYLOR posted by Vicki D. on Sunday, May 24, 1998

Francis Eugene TAYLOR served on the U.S.S. Essex in the Civil War. He mustered out in Buffalo, N.Y. in April 1866. I'm trying to find information on his parents and siblings. The 1880 census record shows his father b. in England and his mother in New York.

 

LADUC, LADUE, TRUDELL posted by Jackie on Sunday, May 24, 1998

Researching the surname TRUDELL. Samuel/Manuel/Emanuel TRUDELL was a shipbuilder in Buffalo as seen in the 1860 census. He was from Canada of French ancestry. I have not been able to take him back any further than 1860. His wife's maiden name was LADUE/LADUC as taken off his children's death certificates. I would like to communicate with other TRUDELL/LADUC/LADUE researchers or someone that might have access to early Buffalo records where these names might be found.

 

BABCOCK, DIX posted by Laurie Meade on Monday, May 25, 1998

Seeking info on Juddie BABCOCK (nee DIX) last known to be living in the Hamburg, Erie County, NY area in 1924. She would have been in her 40's and probably married to Steven/Stephen BABCOCK. Any Leads would be appreciated, thanks, Laurie Meade.

 

BAUER, BEUTTER, DIEBOLD, DURINGER, KIEFFER, KNOPF, LEDERLE posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Elizabeth DURINGER KNOPF, a widow with six children, arrived in Buffalo from Hilsbach, Baden in 1852. Would like to contact descendants of the following children: Elizabeth KNOPF, born 18 May 1831, married Robert LEDERLE; Francis KNOPF, born c. 1833, married Eva BAUER; Frances KNOPF, born c. 1836; Anna Margaret KNOPF, born c. 1843, married Mathias KIEFFER; Sophia KNOPF, born c. 1844, married Nicholas DIEBOLD; Wilhelmina KNOPF, born c. 1842, married Frederick Karl BEUTTER.

 

ALLGEWACHR posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Lewis ALLGEWACHR who was associated with the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1853.

 

BETTINGER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Stephen BETTINGER who was associated with the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1853.

 

BRUEHE posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Charles A. BRUEHE who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

DUGE posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Charles DUGE Jr., Charles DUGE Sr., and H.G. DUGE who were members of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

FEILE posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Andreas FEILE who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

FOIES posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Fred M. FOIES who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

JACKEY posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Frederick JACKEY who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

KOEHLER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about William KOEHLER who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

KRONEBERGER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about John KRONEBERGER who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

LASIENE posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about J. LASIENE who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

LORENZ posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about A. LORENZ who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

MEYER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Robert MEYER who was associated with the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1853 and was a band member in 1877.

 

PFENIG posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Frank PFENIG who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

PLOGSTED posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Louis H. PLOGSTED who became leader of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1874.

 

ROTHNER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Adam ROTHNER who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

SHUGANS posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about C. Otto SHUGANS Jr. and C. Otto SHUGANS Sr. who were members of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

SPARFIELD posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Julius SPARFIELD who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

YOUNG posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Peter YOUNG who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

ZRENNER posted by Chris Andrle on Monday, May 25, 1998

Looking for information about Joseph ZRENNER who was a member of the Union Cornet Band of Buffalo in 1877.

 

BALDWIN posted by Kae Smith on Wednesday, May 27, 1998

BALDWIN, Francis Henry Jr.Ý b. Waverly, NY March 7, 1856 d. Buffalo April 10, 1896Ý widow Nellie Day and 3 sons Charles Day, Hugh Jenkins,and Francis Henry Baldwin.Ý Trying to find descendents of the three sons.

 

AUDREY, CLIFFORD posted by Rose on Wednesday, May 27, 1998

Looking for kin of George AUDREY who died in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, in 1966.Ý He made contact with my family, c. 1928.Ý Came to offer condolences because of the death of my relative, John M. CLIFFORD in Cleveland, OH. George AUDREY said his mother's name was Hazel and that she lived in Bradford, PA.Ý Eager to find descendants of these long lost kin.Ý Thanks.

 

COOLEY posted by Bill Cooley on Thursday, May 28, 1998

Seeking info on Roswell Candee COOLEY who was a banker living in Buffalo in Erie Co. in 1873 during the Black Friday crash.Ý He was born in 1844 in Pompey, Onondaga Co., to James and Margret Candee COOLEY. Roswell went on to NYC and began a 32 year career with the US Customes Service.Ý He died in East Orange, NJ, in 1906.

 

DIENER, ROST, SCHUMAKER posted by Tom Rhodes on Sunday, May 31, 1998

I am searching for information on the family of William DIENER.Ý They emigrated to Buffalo, NY from possibly Hamburg, Germany after 1862.Ý William DIENER was born on December 26, 1861 in Germany. I really want to find his parents.Ý His obit in June 1939 listed a brother Frank DIENER (I think he was a postal carrier) and two sisters Mrs. Minnie SCHUMAKER and Mrs. Ernestine ROST - all of Buffalo, NY.Ý William DIENER joined the 8th Infantry, H Company which fought in the Apache Campaigns and later marched into northern Wyoming to relieve the 7th Calvary.Ý William became an early pioneer of northern Wyoming.Ý Any help would be most appreciated.Ý Thanks, Tom.

 

SCHUMACHER posted by Andy Medlin on Sunday, May 31, 1998

Looking for any connection or information on a William SCHUMACHER and Fred SCHUMACHER who lived in Buffalo prior to 1900. William SCHUMACHER died on March 12, 1906 and Fred SCHUMACHER died on June 3, 1910. They are both buried in the Buffalo Cemetery. I believe the family originated from Mecklenburg (Germany). Any connection however remote please email. Thanks.

 

BOOTH, HULBERT, HURLBUT posted by John Dillon on Sunday, May 31, 1998

HURLBUT or HULBERT - James Wadsworth BOOTH (1830-after 1860) was in Buffalo in 1860 U.S. Census - wife Josephine HURLBUT or HULBERT (1833-1917), and one child Almira, later Charles Ensign BOOTH (1862-1934). He was married in Hulberton, Orleans County, NY. Josephine is buried in Albion Cemetery in Orleans Co., NY.Ý Looking for parents of James W. BOOTH


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