Anthony Edward Baur1

#161, b. 1 October 1884, d. 22 June 1976
     Anthony Edward Baur was born on 1 October 1884 in Indiana, USA.2,3,4 He married Hazel Dell Moon on 17 October 1903 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.5 He married Lydie Pearl Hamill, daughter of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman, on 2 February 1925 in St. Joseph, Berrien County, Michigan, USA.6,7,2 He died on 22 June 1976 in Richmond, Indiana, USA, at age 91.2,3
     Edward Baur was enumerated in the census on 29 April 1910 in Cicero Township, Tipton County, Indiana, USA, as a farmer, age 25 with Hazel Baur, Joseph Baur, William Baur and Martha Baur in his household.8

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards 1917-18.
  2. Ancestry.com, Indiana Death Certificates, 1899-2011.
  3. SSDI.
  4. 1900 US Census, Indiana.
  5. Ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1800-1941.
  6. FamilySearch, Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925.
  7. Hamilton Journal and Daily News, Hamilton, Ohio.
  8. 1910 US Census, Indiana.

Celia Lottie Hamill

#162, b. 8 March 1886, d. 19 July 1931
     Celia Lottie Hamill was born on 8 March 1886 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman.2,3,1,4 She married Charles Howard Hopps on 10 October 1908 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.3,5,1 She died on 19 July 1931 in 926 Webster Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 45.1
     Celia Hamill (daughter, age 14) was enumerated in the census on 12 June 1900 in 549 High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of William Hamill.4 Celia Hopps was enumerated in the census on 20 April 1910 in 720 Sycamore Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Charles Hopps.6 Celia Hopps (wife, age 30) was enumerated in the census on 1 January 1920 in 120B High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Charles H. Hopps.7 Celia L. Hopps was enumerated in the census on 12 April 1930 in 926 Webster Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Charles H. Hopps.8
     Celia Hamill received a bequest in the will of Mary A. Hamill on 23 July 1904.9
     Obituary: Mrs. Charles Hopps Taken by Death - Mrs. Celia Hamel Hopps, beloved wife of Charles Hopps, passed away at her home, 926 Webster Avenue, Sunday evening at 6:10, after an illness of about one month. Mrs. Hopps was born in Hamilton, and was the daughter of William and Catherine Hamel. She became a member of the First Baptist Church when a child. She leaves the widower, Charles Hopps; four sisters, Mrs. Edward A. Bauer, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Lucille Root, of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. George Runnels, of Richmond, Ind., and Opal Hamel of Hamilton; one brother, Morey Hamel of Reno, Nevada. Services will take place from the home Wednesday at 2:00 p.m., Rev. John S. Brinkman officiating. Friends may call at the home Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Funeral Services for Mrs. Hopps - Mrs. Celia Hamill Hopps, beloved wife of Charles Hopps, died at her home, 926 Webster Avenue, at 6:10 Sunday evening following a heart attack. Mrs. Hopps had been confined to her bed for the past month. She brightened up during the day on Sunday, but the rally was short lived. Mrs. Hopps was of a very kind and lovable disposition having a host of friends to mourn her loss and her sudden death comes as a great shock to her immediate family and friends in this city, where she had spent her entire life. Mrs. Hopps was the daughter of William and Kathryn Hamill. Surviving Mrs, Hopps are the widower, Charles Hopps, to whom she was united in marriage on October 10, 1908. Mrs. Hopps was a member of the First Baptist Church since gielhood. Funeral services for Mrs. Hopps will be held at the home on Wednesday at two o'clock, Rev. John S. Brinkman, officiating.10

     Obituary: Mrs. Hopps is Laid to Rest. Funeral services for Mrs. Chas. H. Hopps at the family home, 926 Webster Avenue, Wednesday afternoon, were largely attended showing the esteem in which Mrs. Hopps was held by a large circle of friends. Her death has been the cause of much deep regret, The services were conducted by the Rev. S. Brinkman of the First Baptist Church, who spoke words of comfort to those into whose life this sorrow has come and paid a beautiful tribute to the Christian life of Mrs. Hopps. The interment took place in Greenwood with George Runnels, Clarence Reynolds, Lawrence Reynolds, L. R. Hensley, Charles Bernhardt and William Oliver as bearers of the pall.11

Citations

  1. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.
  2. Hamill Family Bible.
  3. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  4. 1900 US Census, Ohio.
  5. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  6. 1910 US Census, Ohio.
  7. 1920 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1930 US Census, Ohio.
  9. Will Book, Butler County, Ohio.
  10. Hamilton Evening Journal, Hamilton, Ohio.
  11. Hamilton Journal and Daily News, Hamilton, Ohio.

Morey Harrison Hamill1

#163, b. 30 December 1888, d. 23 January 1948
     Morey Harrison Hamill was born on 30 December 1888 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.2,3,1 He was the son of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman.2,3,4,1,5 He married Grace Elizabeth Dorsey on 30 January 1919 in Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, USA.4 He died on 23 January 1948 in Reno, Nevada, USA, at age 59.6 He was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Reno, Nevada, USA.6
     Morey Hamill (son, age 11) was enumerated in the census on 12 June 1900 in 549 High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of William Hamill.5 Morey H. Hamill was enumerated in the census on 22 April 1910 in RR1 High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Henry C. Root.7
     Morey H. Hamel was enumerated in the census on 1 January 1920 in 1202 Campbell Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a plumber, age 31 with Grace Hamel in his household.8
     Morey H. Hamill was enumerated in the census on 7 April 1930 in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, USA, as a plumber, age 41 with Grace E. Hamill in his household.9
     Morey Hamill was enumerated in the census on 8 April 1940 in Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, USA, as a plumber, age 52 with Grace Hamill in his household.10
     Morey Hamill received a bequest in the will of Mary A. Hamill on 23 July 1904.11
     Obituary: Morey H. Hamill Service is Held - Funeral services for Morey H. Hamill, well-known Reno plumber who died Friday as a result of injuries received when he fell 10 feet into an empty swimming pool, were held yesterday at the Ross-Burke chapel. The Rev. Earl Barnett of the First Baptist Church was the clergyman. Vocal selections were by Mrs. Dorothy McLeod accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Lula Grimmer. Pallbearers were all members of the Plumbers' Union. Burial was in Mountain View cemetery. An inquest in Mr. Hamill's death will be conducted at 10 a.m. today before acting coroner C. G. Powning.6

Citations

  1. Social Security Application.
  2. Hamill Family Bible.
  3. Helen F. Moore, Births in Butler County.
  4. FamilySearch, Kentucky County Marriages, 1797-1954.
  5. 1900 US Census, Ohio.
  6. Nevada State Journal, Reno, Nevada, USA.
  7. 1910 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1920 US Census, Ohio.
  9. 1930 US Census, Nevada.
  10. 1940 US Census, Nevada.
  11. Will Book, Butler County, Ohio.

Ruth Emily Hamill

#164, b. 26 May 1891, d. 3 July 1893
     Ruth Emily Hamill was born on 26 May 1891 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman.1 She died on 3 July 1893 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 2.2

Citations

  1. Hamill Family Bible.
  2. Greenwood Cemetery Records.

Opalina Hamill

#165, b. 23 June 1899, d. 23 August 1958
     Opalina Hamill was born on 23 June 1899 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.1 She was the daughter of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman.1,2 She died on 23 August 1958 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA, at age 59.3
     Opal Hamill (daughter, age 10 months) was enumerated in the census on 12 June 1900 in 549 High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of William Hamill.2 Opal Hamill (niece, age 10) was enumerated in the census on 16 April 1910 in 903 Campbell Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Eliza A. Hensley.4
     Opal Hamill was enumerated in the census on 16 April 1930 in 548 Prytania Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a nurse, age 30.5
     Opal Hamill was enumerated in the census on 22 April 1940 in 624 Liberty Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a registered nurse, age 40 with Lucille Root in her household.6
     Opal Hamill received a bequest in the will of Mary A. Hamill on 23 July 1904.7 She made a will on 22 January 1958 leaving bequests to Pearl Lucille Runnels.
     Obituary: Miss Hamill, Nurse, Stricken. Miss Opal Hamill, 5045 Paddock Rd., Cincinnati, a native Hamiltonian, died suddenly of a heart attack at 7:45 p.m. Saturday at her home. Her death was unexpected and comes as a shock to her family and many friends. She was born in Hamilton, a daughter of William and Catherine Huffmann Hamill. She was reared in the community and attended the public schools, graduating from Hamilton High School. Miss Hamill entered the Christ Hospital School of Nursing where she was graduated as a registered nurse some years ago. The deceased was baptized in the First Baptist Church where she had been a member before moving to Cincinnati in 1943. A former employee at the Niles Tool Works Co., where she was a nurse, Miss Hamill had been employed at the Ivorydale plant of the Procter and Gamble Co. the last 28 years. She was held in high esteem by her employer and enjoyed a wide circle of friends throughout the plant. Her nursing affiliations include the American Nursing Association and District Eight, Inducstrial Section, Ohio State Nurses Association. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Root, with whom she lived, and Mrs. Pearl Bauer, Richmond, Ind; other relatives and many friends. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Merle Reynolds and Mrs. Cecilia Hopps, and a brother, Morey Hamill. Private funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the David Webb and Sons Funeral Home, Ross Ave. and S. D St., the Rev. William Bowser, pastor of the St. Clair Ave. Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Tuesday.3

Citations

  1. Hamill Family Bible.
  2. 1900 US Census, Ohio.
  3. Hamilton Journal and Daily News, Hamilton, Ohio.
  4. 1910 US Census, Ohio.
  5. 1930 US Census, Ohio.
  6. 1940 US Census, Ohio.
  7. Will Book, Butler County, Ohio.

Charles Howard Hopps1

#166, b. 19 March 1883, d. 31 December 1950
     Charles Howard Hopps was born on 19 March 1883 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.2,3 He married Celia Lottie Hamill, daughter of William Hamill and Katharine A. Hoffman, on 10 October 1908 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA.4,5,2 He died on 31 December 1950 in Oxford, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 67.6,2
     Charles Hopps was enumerated in the census on 20 April 1910 in 720 Sycamore Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a railroad fireman age 27 with Celia Hopps and Bell Hopps (mother, age 49) in his household.7
     Charles H. Hopps was enumerated in the census on 1 January 1920 in 120B High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a railroad engineer, age 33 with Celia Hopps in his household.8
     Charles H. Hopps was enumerated in the census on 12 April 1930 in 926 Webster Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as an automobile electrician age 47 with Celia L. Hopps in his household.9

Citations

  1. Greenwood Cemetery Records.
  2. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.
  3. Ancestry.com, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards 1917-18.
  4. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  5. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  6. FamilySearch, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.
  7. 1910 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1920 US Census, Ohio.
  9. 1930 US Census, Ohio.

William S. Hamill1,2

#167, b. 3 October 1819, d. 18 March 1887
     William S. Hamill was born on 3 October 1819 in Antrim, Ireland.3,2,4,5 He married Mary Ann Mundriff, daughter of William Young and Sara Wiley, on 24 August 1853 in Butler County, Ohio, USA.6,1 He died on 18 March 1887 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 67.2
     W. S. Hammil was enumerated in the census on 2 July 1850 in Hamilton Hotel, Fairfield Township, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a chair maker, age 28.7
     W. S. Hamill was enumerated in the census on 1 August 1860 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a huckster, age 41, owning personal estate valued at $300 with Mary A. Hamill, Eliza A. Hamill, Wesly Hamill and William Hamill in his household.8
     William Hamill was enumerated in the census on 27 July 1870 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as a cabinet maker, age 50, owning personal property valued at $300 with Mary Hamill and William Hamill in his household.9
     William Hamill was enumerated in the census on 5 June 1880 in Fourth Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as boarding house keeper, age 56 with Mary A. Hamill, William Hamill and Katie Hamill in his household.10
     He emigrated in 1832 from Ireland.4

Child of William S. Hamill and Mary Ann Young

Citations

  1. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  2. Record of Deaths, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  3. Washington, D.C., USA, National Archives and Records Administration. 15. William Hamill and Mary A. Hamill. Federal Military Pension Application - Pre-Civil War Complete File.
  4. Petition of William Hamill, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  5. Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War with Mexico 1846-1848.
  6. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  7. 1850 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1860 US Census, Ohio.
  9. 1870 US Census, Ohio.
  10. 1880 US Census, Ohio.
  11. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.

Mary Ann Young

#168, b. 14 February 1824, d. 2 August 1907
     Mary Ann Young was born on 14 February 1824 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of William Young and Sara Wiley.3 She married Adam Mundorf.2 She married William S. Hamill on 24 August 1853 in Butler County, Ohio, USA.4,5 She died on 2 August 1907 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 83.3
     Mary Ann Mundorf (age 21) was enumerated in the census on 11 September 1850 in East Donegal Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA, in the household of John Hostetter.6 Mary A. Hamill (age 37) was enumerated in the census on 1 August 1860 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of W. S. Hamill.7 Mary Hamill (age 45) was enumerated in the census on 27 July 1870 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of William Hamill.8 Mary A. Hamill (wife, age 57) was enumerated in the census on 5 June 1880 in Fourth Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of William Hamill.9 Mary A. Hamil (mother, age 74) was enumerated in the census on 6 June 1900 in 903 Campbell Avenue, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Eliza A. Hensley.10
     She made a will on 23 July 1904 in Butler County, Ohio, USA, leaving bequests to son Wesley and William daughter Eliza grandson Morey, Leroy, Kenneth and Earl granddaughter Mary, Lucy, Pearl, Celia, Opal, Mary, Mabel and Flora.11
     Obituary: Mrs. Hammil Dead - Mrs. Mary A. Hammil Passed Away On Friday Evening As Result of Attack of Blood Poison - When death entered the home of Mrs. Eliza A. Hensley at 28 North Tenth Street, at 11:30 o'clock Friday night and claimed Mrs. Mary A. Hammil, it took from earth a noble woman, one who was held in high esteem and greatly respected by everyone. It was last Sunday when Mrs. Hammil attempted to put a chicken into a coop. In doing this the chicken scratched Mrs. Hammil on the hand. The wound at first seemed insignificant, but blood poison resulted. Almost immediately her condition was considered serious but then an improvement came and on Thursday there was every indication of her ultimate recovery. With that night, however, there was a change for the worse. On Friday, Mrs, Hammil was confined to the bed and the end came quickly. With Christian resignation Mrs. Hammil awaited the ending of her long and useful life. Mrs. Hammil at the time of her death was in the eighty-third year of her age, she having been a resident of Hamilton since 1853. She came here from Reading Pennsylvania, where she was born in 1814. Mrs. Hammil was twice married, her first husband being Adam Mundorf, who died in early life. Later she was united in marriage with William A. Hammil, who died twenty-four years ago. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Eliza A. Hensley and William Hammil, of Hamilton, and Wesley J. Mundorf, of Dayton, Ohio. Shortly after coming to Hamilton, Mrs. Hammil became a member of the First Baptist Church. In this organization she was a tireless worker. She was a member of this church when it needed the energy and devotion of the few in Hamilton who were of this faith. In her efforts in behalf of her chosen church, Mrs. Hammil never tired. She worked in the church and for the church and much of the success of the early days was due to her untiring and never ceasing efforts. Mrs. Hammil never relinquished her interest in the church and until the last was active in her church work. Mrs. Hammil was possessed of a beautiful Christian faith and character. Her daily life was an exemplification of the teachings of her Divine Master. She was given to charity, also considerate of the wishes and feelings of others, always had a kind word for everyone. Those whose priviledge it was to come in contact with her felt the uplifting influence of her life and love and respected her for what they knew her to be. In the taking away of Mrs. Hammil, her family has lost a devoted Christian mother, her church has lost a faithfull member and the community at alrge a woman whose life and influence had been for its betterment. The sympathy of many go out to the stricken family to lighten and brighten so far as possible the sorrow which has come into their lives. The funeral will be held at the family residence at 28 North Tenth street on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be conducted by Rev. S. B. Hiley, pastor of the First Baptist church. The interment will be in Greenwood cemetery.12

Children of Mary Ann Young and Adam Mundorf

Child of Mary Ann Young and William S. Hamill

Citations

  1. Washington, D.C., USA, National Archives and Records Administration. 15. William Hamill and Mary A. Hamill. Federal Military Pension Application - Pre-Civil War Complete File.
  2. Hamill Family Papers.
  3. Record of Deaths, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  4. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  5. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  6. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  7. 1860 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1870 US Census, Ohio.
  9. 1880 US Census, Ohio.
  10. 1900 US Census, Ohio.
  11. Will Book, Butler County, Ohio.
  12. Butler County Democrat, Hamilton, Ohio.
  13. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.

John Leonard Hoffman1

#169, b. 24 March 1834, d. 15 July 1898
     John Leonard Hoffman was born on 24 March 1834 in Zweifelsheim, Bavaria.2,3 He married Eliza Kern, daughter of Caspar Kern and Sophie Heusinger, on 7 June 1860 in Butler County, Ohio, USA.4,5 He died on 15 July 1898 in 549 East High Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 64.6,7
     John Hoffman (age 26) was enumerated in the census on 19 July 1860 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Gotlieb Shunk. He was a tailor.8
     John L. Huffman was enumerated in the census on 1 June 1870 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, as working in a woolen factory, age 34, owning real estate valued at $400, unable to read or write with Eliza Huffman, Kattie Huffman, Joseph Huffman, Charlie Huffman and Gustine Huffman in his household.9
     J. L. Hoffmann was enumerated in the census on 1 June 1880 in Water Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, age 47, working in a woolen mill with E. Hoffmann, J. Hoffmann, C. Hoffmann, C. Hoffmann, C. Hoffmann and J. Hoffmann in his household.10
     He emigrated on 5 June 1853 from Bremen, Germany.11,3,12 He immigrated on 12 August 1853 to Baltimore, Maryland, USA, He was listed as a 19 year old countryman from Zweifelsheim.11,3,12
     Obituary: John L. Hoffman died at his home on East High Street this morning at 1 o'clock, of consumption, aged 64 years. For some time past he had been living with his son-in-law, Wiliam Hamill, superintendent of the gas and electric light works on East Hogh Street. His wife died some time ago. Five children survive. Mr. Hoffman was for years an employee of the Shuler & Benninghofen woolen mill, and afterwards ran a stone quarry in the First ward. He was a member of Wilhelm Lodge, A.O.U.W., under whose auspices the funeral will be held. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of William Hamill, Rev. C. A. Hermann officiating.13

Children of John Leonard Hoffman and Elise Ernestine Antoinette Kern

Citations

  1. Petition of John Leonard Hoffman, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  2. First St John United Church of Christ Death Records.
  3. Germans to America - Lists of Passengers Arriving at US Ports 1850-1855.
  4. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  5. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  6. Record of Deaths, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  7. FamilySearch, Ohio County Deaths, 1840-2001.
  8. 1860 US Census, Ohio.
  9. 1870 US Census, Ohio.
  10. 1880 US Census, Ohio.
  11. Declaration of John Leonard Hoffman, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  12. National Archives, Baltimore Passenger Lists 1820-1909.
  13. Daily Republican News, Hamilton, Ohio.
  14. FamilySearch, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.
  15. Helen F. Moore, Births in Butler County.
  16. FamilySearch, Ohio County Births, 1841-2003.
  17. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.
  18. Ancestry.com, US Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.

Elise Ernestine Antoinette Kern1

#170, b. 31 January 1835, d. 30 November 1889
     Elise Ernestine Antoinette Kern was born on 31 January 1835 in Coburg, Saxe-Coburg, Germany.1,2 She was the daughter of Caspar Kern and Sophie Heusinger.1,2 She was baptized on 15 February 1835 in Coburg-St Moriz Evangelical Lutheran Church, Coburg, Saxe-Coburg, Germany.1 She married John L. Hoffman on 7 June 1860 in Butler County, Ohio, USA.3,4 She died on 30 November 1889 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, at age 54.5
     Eliza Hoffman (age 23) was enumerated in the census on 19 July 1860 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of Gotlieb Shunk.6 Eliza Huffman (age 33) was enumerated in the census on 1 June 1870 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of John L. Huffman.7 E. Hoffmann (wife, age 45) was enumerated in the census on 1 June 1880 in Water Street, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA, in the household of J. L. Hoffmann.8
     She emigrated on 10 March 1858 from Coburg, Saxe-Coburg, Germany.2

Children of Elise Ernestine Antoinette Kern and John Leonard Hoffman

Citations

  1. Letter, St Moriz Coburg Evangelical Lutheran Church to Sandra Pozar-Keeter, 22 August 2008.
  2. Coburg Municipal Archives, e-mail to Sandra Pozar-Keeter, 19 August 2008.
  3. FamilySearch, Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994.
  4. Marriage License Application, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  5. Record of Deaths, Butler County Records Center and Archives.
  6. 1860 US Census, Ohio.
  7. 1870 US Census, Ohio.
  8. 1880 US Census, Ohio.
  9. Helen F. Moore, Births in Butler County.
  10. FamilySearch, Ohio County Births, 1841-2003.
  11. Death Certificate, Ohio Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics.
  12. Ancestry.com, US Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.