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    Потомки Якоба Фридриха. Часть VII (англ)
    6 ii. Nina Lemberger279, born 04 Apr 1852 in Cambridge City, Wayne Co, Indiana279; died 18 Dec 1924 in San Diego, San Diego Co, CA279.

    Notes for Nina Lemberger:
    Hillside Cem Record Book C, p. 2 
    Lemberger, Nina b. Indiana; last res.: San Diego; ae 72-8-14 FW d. 18
    Dec 1924 Asthenia intermant 22 Dec 1924 inf: Chas. Lemberger
      <d/o Johannes & Caroline>

    Obituary:
    Redlands [CA] The Daily Facts, Fri., 19 Dec 1924
    LEMBERGER-Died in San Diego, California, December 18, 1924, Nina Lemberger.

    Native of Indiana, and resident of California for 18 years. Miss Lemberger purchased a ranch in the Crafton district in 1893, which was still in her possession 
    at the time of her death. Funeral services will be at the Dow & Fitzsimmons cahpel, the day to be announced later.

    Miss Lemberger is a sister of S.W. Lemberger of Shasta county, C.H.
    Lemberger, Mrs. William Rucher and Mrs. C.W. Wheeler of Redlands, and an
    aunt of Miss Lela Glassgow, Mrs. Lee Hawkes, John and Carl Lemberger of
    Redlands.  

    H.H. West: She never married.

     87 iii. William Franklin Lemberger, born 28 Apr 1855 in Cambridge City, Wayne Co, IN280; died 18 Apr 1927 in Susanville, Lassen Co, CA281. He 
    married Celia Sessions282 11 Nov 1885 in Ft. Bidwell, Modoc Co, CA; born Unknown; died Aft. 22 Apr 1927283.

    Notes for William Franklin Lemberger:
    A family group sheet prepared by Paul Hoosier gives his birth date as 28 April 1854.

    (Lassen Advocate, Fri., 22 Apr 1927)
    Reno Resident Dies Here Monday while on Visit
      Frank Lemberger, a resident of Reno, died early last Monday morning at
    the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Keller on Pine street in this city.
      The deceased had been in Susanville twenty-one days and although he had
    suffered from spasmodic heart attacks in the past was feeling quite well
    during his stay here. Monday morning he succumbed to an attack however.
      He was born April 28, 1855 and at the date of his death was 71 years, 9
    months and 20 days of age. He is survived by his wife, Celia, a son, John,
    of Reno, and two daughters, Mrs. Orva Stein of Plush, Oregon and Mrs.
    William Keller of this city.
      The remains were shipped to Reno Tuesday afternoon where the funeral
    services were held and the interment made.
    (provided by Judy Zervas 7 Jan 2001)

    [Provided by Judy Zervas, 10 January 2005]
    Reno, NV: Nevada State Journal, Tues., 19 Apr 1927
      LEMBERGER - At Susanville, April 18, 1927, William F., beloved husband of Celia S. and father of J.E. Lemberger of Mason, Nev., Mrs. H.J. Stein of Lakeview, 
    Ore., Mrs. William Keller of Susanville; brother of Charles H. Lemberger and Mrs. William Rucher of Redlands, Cal. A member of I.O.O.F. lodge of Fort Bidwell, 
    Cal. A native of Indiana.
      Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Remains at the parlors of the Ross-Burke Company.
    [Provided by Judy Zervas, 10 January 2005]
    Reno, NV: Nevada State Journal, Thurs., 21 Apr 1927
    LEMBERGER-Friends are invited to attend funeral services for the late William F. Lemberger, at the chapel of the Ross-Burke company this (Thursday) 
    afternoon at 2 o'clock under the direction of the I.O.O.F. lodges. Interment I.O.O.F. cemetery.

    Notes for Celia Sessions:
    H.H. West: She married secondly Edward Coffin at Reno, Nevada, January 14, 1930, and resides at 231 West Fifth Street, Reno, Nevada. 

     88 iv. Lillian Leah Lemberger, born 16 Aug 1856 in Cambridge City, Wayne Co, IN284; died 18 Jan 1901 in Coronado, San Diego Co, CA284,285,286.  
    She married Rude J. Philippi287 21 Nov 1878 in Beardstown, Cass Co, IL; born Unknown; died 25 Nov 1929 in Los Angeles, CA.

    Notes for Lillian Leah Lemberger:
    Provided by Judy Zervas, 1 Nov 97:
      Turns out there is another Lillian. She was in the Lemberger plot
    with just her first name, but the record in the office has:

      Philippi, Mrs. L.L. (moved Jun 2 1903 to lot 980) ae 44, heart failure 
    inter: 1901 Jan 24 moved Gravesite 1183 2 1/2 ft NE inf: R.J. Philippi
      <turns out John Lemberger had her moved from where Mr. Philippi had her 
      put. her stone says 1856 - 1901>
    [note: ref is to Hillside Cem, Redlands, CA]

    Obituary:
    The Citrograph (Redlands, CA), Sat., 26 Jan 1901
    PHILLIPPI - in Coronado Saturday, January 19, 1901, Mrs. R.J. Phillippi of
    Redlands.  
    [Note: the date of 19 January is incorrect, per the death notices below.]

    Obituaries {Provided to Judy Zervas by "Peter", a volunteer, email steelquist@aol.com)
    Judith, 
    I finally got to the San Diego City Public Library to lookup your obituary request. I checked the San Diego Union newspaper in both the obituary section and the 
    'Death & Burial' notices in the classified ad section.
    On Jan. 20, 1901, I found this;
    PHILLIPPI -- At Coronado, Cal., Jan 18. Lilliann L. wife of R. J. Phillippi, a native of Indiana, aged 44 years, 5 months, 2 days. Interment Redlands, Cal.
    On Jan 21, this appeared as a news item;
    Died at Coronado
    Mrs. Lillian Phillippi died on Friday at Coronado, where she had been since last November, with her daughters. She came here from Redlands on account of ill 
    health and was the wife of R. J. Phillippi. The remains will be embalmed by Johnson and Connell, and will be taken to Redlands tomorrow, accompained by her 
    husband and daughters. 
    Hope this helps. Good luck in your research.
    Best regards,
    Peter

    Notes for Rude J. Philippi:
    A family group sheet prepared by Paul Hoosier gives his first name as Rude.



     89 v. Kate Margaret Lemberger, born 10 Sep 1859 in Beardstown, Cass Co, IL; died Bef. 18 Dec 1907 in Redlands, San Bernardino Co, CA.

    Notes for Kate Margaret Lemberger:
    Entry in Hillside Cemetery Record Book A, p. 72, Hillside Memorial Park, 1540 Allesandro Rd., Redlands, CA 92373:
    Lemberger, Kate M. interment 18 Dec 1907 inf: John Lemberger
      <d/o Johannes & Caroline>
    Obituary:
    The Citrograph, Redlands, CA, Sat., 21 Dec 1907
    The death of Miss Kate Lemburger (sic) is the cause of deep grief to the very large circle of her friends. She will also be sadly missed in club circles where she 
    has been a very prominent member for several years. She has been for two years district president of the California Federation of Women's Clubs. She had 
    been prominent in the Contemporary Club, and the Crafton Women's Club, Miss Lemburger was talented, educated, bright, well read, and possessed a 
    geniality and broad mindedness that endeared her to all who were fortunate to be her friends. Her loss leaves a wide gap in the club life of South California.

    H.H. West: She never married.

     90 vi. Anna Elizabeth Lemberger, born 10 Nov 1861 in Beardstown, Cass Co, IL; died 31 Jul 1908 in Pana, Christian Co, IL. She married Charles A. 
    Glasgow 26 Oct 1887 in Pana, Christian Co, Illinois; born Unknown; died Unknown.

    Notes for Anna Elizabeth Lemberger:
    From email from Judy Zervas, 1 December 2004:
    Just found this for the above from IL D Index, pre 1916
    GLASGOW, ANNA L 07/31/1908 PANA 47 YR F B 3789 CHRISTIAN
    Judy

    Notes for Charles A. Glasgow:
    A family group sheet prepared by Paul Hoosier gives his first name as Charles.

     91 vii. Ella Rebecca Lemberger288, born 04 Apr 1864 in Beardstown, Cass Co, IL288; died 04 Apr 1950 in Anaheim, Orange Co, CA289,290. She 
    married Charles William Wheeler291 28 Nov 1889 in Pana, Illinois291; born 08 Oct 1860 in Whitewater, WI291; died 17 May 1930 in Clarkville, NY291.

    Notes for Ella Rebecca Lemberger:
    May have lived in Riverside, CA (H.H. West)

    Death, California death certificate, data provided 20 November 2002 by Judy Zervas:
    Reg Dist 3002 Reg # 35 D50 584 
    Ella Rebecca Wheeler 
    Date of death: 4 Apr 1950 1115 p.m.
    Sex, race: Fem W Wid 
    Date and place of birth: 4 Apr 1864 86 IL
    housewife at home 
    cit USA  
    John Lemberger + Caroline Shortel  
    sp Charles W. Wheeler  
    vet? N, SSN N,  
    inf Mrs. Susan Whippo  
    d. Anaheim 16y in Or Co d. 908 N. Helena St. res. same
    Arteriosclerotic heart dis many yr gen arteriosle many yr art scl heart  
    Bur 4/7/50 Loma Vista Cem.

     92 viii. Charles Hoyer Lemberger292, born 10 Feb 1867 in Beardstown, Cass Co, IL292,293; died 11 Dec 1939 in Mentone, San Bernardino Co, 
    CA294,295. He married Kate Welch296,297 03 Apr 1889 in Pana, Christian Co, Illinois; born 09 Nov 1868 in Herrick, Shelby Co, IL298,299; died 22 Aug 1943 
    in Mentone, San Bernardino Co, CA300,301.

    Notes for Charles Hoyer Lemberger:
    Orange rancher, Mentone, San Bernardino Co, CA (H.H. West)
    Death record, San Bernardino County Recorder:
    1938/#78115 Charles Hoyer Lemberger, Mentone d. pl. & res.: 1739 Mentone
    Blvd. Male White Mar. to Mrs. Kate Lemberger 30 Apr 1867 72y 8m 1d
    Orange Grower last worked 11-30-39 for 30 yrs. b. Beardstown, IL. s/o
    John Lemberger b. Unk, Ger & Caroline Shartel b. Claypool, PA in community
    12 yrs., in CA 31 yrs. informant: John Lemberger, Redlands, CA Rem & Bur
    Redlands Ca 12-13-39 E.E. Dow Dow & Fitzsimmons 12-11-39 5:15 a.m. Gen
    arteriosclerosis 7 yrs, Coronary Thrombosis 1 wk.

    Hillside Cem Record Book C, p. 154 
    Lemberger, Charles H. b. IL last res.: Mentone ae 72-10-1 MM d. 11
    Dec 1939 Arteriosclerosis interment 13 Dec 1939 inf: John
    Lemberger
      <s/o Johannes & Caroline>

    Note: date of birth calculated from DOD & age at death is 10 Feb 1867. H.H. West has 26 Apr 1867 as DOB. Death record shows 30 April 1867.

    Obituary:
    Redlands [CA] Daily Facts, Mon., 11 Dec 1939
    LEMBERGER-Died, in Mentone, Cal., December 11, 1939, Charles Hoyer
    Lemberger, aged 72 years, native of Illinois, and resident of this section for 31 years.
    Funeral services will be conducted from the Dow & Fitzsimmons chapel at 2 p.m. Wednesday. 

    Notes for Kate Welch:
    Death Record, San Bernardino Co, CA Recorder:
    98/228 Mrs. Kate Lemberger Mentone, CA 1723 Mentone Bl., S.B. Co., CA
    Community 34 yrs, CA 34 yrs. Female White Widow Chas Hoyer 9 Nov 1868
    74y9m13d Herrick, IL Housewife John Welch b. KY & Sarah McFadden b. KY
    inf: John Lemberger, Crafton, CA Bur Aug 27 1943 Redlands Ca E.E. Dow
    Redlands Aug 22 1943 3:30 p.m. Coronary Thrombosis 1 hr, Arteriosclerosis
    10 yrs, Chronic Bronchial asthma 20 yrs.
    [Note: her birth place, Herrick, is several miles southeast of Pana.]

    Hillside Cemetery Record Book C, p. 194 
    Lemberger, Kate b. IL last res.: Mentone ae 74-9-13 F Wid d. 22 Aug
      1943 Cor. Thrombosis inter.: 27 Aug 1943 inf: John
    Lemberger
      <w/o Chas. H.>
    Obituary:
    Redlands [CA] Daily Facts, Mon, 23 Aug 1943
    Mrs. Lemberger Passes Away
    Widow of Charles Lemberger Succumbs To Heart Attack

    Mrs. Kate Lemberger, widow of the late Charles Lemberger, who has been in failing health for some time, died at her home on Mentone boulevard in Mentone 
    Sunday afternoon following a heart attack. She was 77 years old.

    Mr. and Mrs. Lemberger came to California in 1909 from Pana, Ill., to make her home in Crafton on the Lemberger ranch. They lived there for 20 years when 
    John Lemberger took over the management of the ranches and Mr. and Mrs. Lemberger moved to Mentone. Mr. Lemberger died in December, 1939.

    Mrs. Lemberger is survived by two sons, John, chief petty officer U.S. Navy, stationed at San Pedro, and Karl, living in Milwaukee, Wis. Three grandchildren, 
    Mrs. Louis Maroda living in Crafton, John Lemberger, Jr., U.S. Navy, and Pauline Lemberger of Crafton; one great grandchild, Betty Maroda; one sister, Mrs. Ida 
    McClain, Hillsboro, Ill., and Mrs. L.L. Hawes and Lela Glassgow, nieces living in Mentone.

    The body is at the E.E. Dow Memorial Chapel and funeral arrangements will be completed when a son arrives from Milwaukee.



     38. Christian Heinrich6 Lemberger (Elisabetha Magdalena5 Hottmann, Johann Antonius4, Johann (Han?) Jacob3, Johannes (Hans)2, Jacob1)302 was born 
    03 May 1826 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany302, and died Abt. 01 Jul 1878 in Louisville, Jefferson Co, KY303,304,305. He married Anna Martha 
    Schmidt306,307 Abt. 1861. She was born Abt. 1830 in Hessen-Kassel, Germany308, and died 24 Jan 1899309.

    Notes for Christian Heinrich Lemberger:
    Birth & Baptismal record, 3 May 1826
    Christian Heinrich [under name is later notation "ausgewandert" (emigrated)]
    Parents: Johann Gottlieb Lemberger, B. u. Weingtr. also Feldmesser, & Elisabetha Magdalena nee Hottmann
    POB: Grunbach
    DOB: 3 May, 9:00 p.m.
    DPOBp: Grunbach, 4 May
    Witnesses: Johann Michael Lemberger, B. u. Weingtr.; Anna Catharina Tobler, single
    Fam Reg p. 445
    (Taufregister 1808 - 1846)  

    Letter from J.G. Lemberger to William Lemberger 3 Jan 1841 implies that Christian was living with his parents at this time.

    Letter from J.G. Lembeger to William Lemberger 25 Oct 1843: "Christian [then age 16] visited us earlier before we left Germantown [prior to 27 Sep 1843]. He 
    was willing to accompany us here, but his master had urgent business, so nothing came of it. By the way, his pay is better than it was earlier. He must be a 
    good worker. He told us recently that he can make in one day a completely ready whiskey barrel, which is good enough for such a short apprenticeship."

    Letter from John (Johannes) Lemberger to H.H. West, 13 May 1900: "Christian Henry carried on a rope factory in Louisville, Kentucky. He died near twenty 
    years ago leaving a wife and four or five children in good circumstances."

    H.H. West: He married there [Louisville, KY] and had four or five children, one of whom, Mrs. Gerstung is reported to be living at 5439 Dahlia Drive, Eagle 
    Rock, California."

    Christian Henry Lemberger from Louisville city directories

    Edwards' Fourth Annual Directory of the… City of Louisville, 1867-8, p. 283:
    Limberger, Henry, ropemaker, 611 Preston, r 613 Preston
    (ads) Cooper Adam Schardein in business at 29 6th bet. Main & Water
     Limberger Henry Rope Factory 613 Preston nr Mechanic
    (essentially same information in 1868 and 1870 editions. Henry Lemberger was one of three rope makers in business in Louisville at the time.)

    Caron's Directory of the City of Louisville for 1878 (Louisville, C.K. Caron):
    Floyd St runs from river south to limits, between Brook & Preston, N., M. & 8 see (sic).
    p. 378:
    Lemberger, Henry cooper Adam Schardein, r 605 Preston, cor Mechanic
    Lemberger, William H. barber, 332 Broadway nr 9th r 605 Preston cor Mechanic

    Caron's Directory of the City of Lousville for 1879, p. 409
    Lemberger Ann wid Henry C. r 654 Preston, cor Oak
    Lemberger William, barber Jacob Baldes, bds 650 Preston cor Oak
    p. 725: G. Baldes Barber shop 460 Preston cor Breckenridge
    p. 745: (ad) Mrs. Lizzie Schardein, Cooper, 29 Sixth, betw Main & River
    [NB: thus it appears that Henry died 1878-1879.]

    Caron's Directory of the City of Louisville for 1880 (Louisville: C.K. Caron), p. 412:
    LEMBERGER ANNIE M. MRS. sand and gravel, Floyd nr. R.R. Crossing, r Floyd nw cor Shipp
    Lemberger, William, driver, bds Floyd nw cor Shipp
    NB: there were at least three German language newspapers in Louisville at the time:
    Die Neue Zeit (Workingman's Party)
    Louisville Anzeiger
    Louisville Volksblatt

    This census record is that of the surviving family of Christian Heinrich Lemberger:
    Population Schedules, Census of the United States, 1880; Publications of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29, National Archives Building, Washington, 
    DC; National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 423. Kentucky, Jefferson Co., Louisville City, ED 121, page 10, dwelling 70 (Brook Street), lines 31-39, 
    enumerated 3 Jun 1880.
    Limberger (sic), Annie, white, female, age 50, widow, keeping house. Born in Hesse-Kassel, father born Hesse-K., mother born Hesse-K.
    Young, Herman, white male, age 23, son, single, butcher. Born Kentucky; father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    Limberger, William, white male, age 18, son, single, drives team. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    ________, Mollie, white, female, age 17, daughter, single, at school. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    ________, Albert, white, male, age 13, son, single, at school. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    ________, Lillie, white, female, age 10, daughter, single, at school. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    ________, George, white, male, age 8, son, single, at school. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Hesse-K.
    Clemons, Annie, white, female, age 8, grandchild, at school. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Kentucky.
    _______, Isabel, white, female, age 2, grandchild. Born Kentucky, father born Wurtemb., mother born Kentucky.
    [NB: it is not yet known to whom these two grandchildren should be attributed. "Albert" was clearly Alfred, based on later records.]




    Notes for Anna Martha Schmidt:
    From Shelly Prochaska, by email, 1 Feb 2000, citing old letters in her possession:
    Lillian and Lillie's grandmother Anna or Annie M's maiden name was Schmidt. Anna told a story of having been born to a titled family. Her father was a 
    Landgraf which was the equivalent to a Duke or Prince. Her ancestors were the ones who rented the Hessian soldiers to the English to help fight in the
    Revolutionary War. She married the son of a wealthy ROPE MANUFACTURER when she was about 18. Her husband was next on call to go into the army and 
    they decided to sneak away and come to America. Her husband left several months before she did in order not to create suspicion. When he left, she sewed 
    4000 dollars in gold into a belt for him to wear and she had the same amount for herself. She left, not telling anyone--just closed her door and walked out of 
    the house. She often wondered what became of her home with all her lovely things. She was on a sail ship 90 days and it finally landed in New Orleans. They 
    had two little sons. Her husband met her at the boat and they went to St. Louis to live. There, a neighbor mentioned that one of her little sons looked pale, so 
    she called a doctor. He said, "This medicine will soon put roses in his cheeks." The first teaspoonful killed him. [This would leave one son left, probably 
    Herman.] The druggist made a mistake. This so saddened her that they moved to Louisville. There Mr. Young or Jung set up a ROPE FACTORY. It was making 
    good money. He had an
    Irish foreman who was always drunk and he fired him. The drunk set fire to the factory and it burned to the ground. Mr. Young/Jung died. Then, when Anna 
    was 31, she married Mr. Lemberger. When Grandfather Lemberger died, they lived in a large two-story brick on the corner of Preston and Camp or
    Ormsby. I used to pass it when I walked home from Sunday School. The house was a yellow brick. [I can go find this house and take pictures for you.] 
    Grandfather left her with a $14,000 insurance policy. With this, she bought a sandpit. [This is not explained.] Do you remember the old saddles that
    used to be in the barn before it burned down? They had in large brass letters, "Anna M. Lemberger" on them. I never knew that Grandmother married for a 
    third time, but according to George, he told me the whole story. The marriage was a mistake and they decided not to tell the Grandchildren.
     
    Children of Christian Lemberger and Anna Schmidt are:
     93 i. William H.7 Lemberger310, born Abt. 1862 in Kentucky311; died 1905312,313. He married Emma Groeppe; born Unknown; died Unknown.
     94 ii. Mollie Lemberger314, born Abt. 1863 in Kentucky315; died Unknown.
     95 iii. Alfred C. Lemberger316, born Abt. 1867 in Kentucky317,318,319; died Bet. 03 - 04 Oct 1901 in Louisville, Jefferson Co, KY320,321.

    Notes for Alfred C. Lemberger:
    Alfred Lemberger died prematurely at age 34 from a heart attack. There is also a sensational story concerning his last days.

    In the H.H. West book, there is a copy of a letter from Johannes (John) Lemberger to H. H. West, dated 23 Oct 1901:
    "Dear Burt
    Enclosed I send you clipping taken frm the St. Louis Republic, I thought it would interest you as the Lemberger was your cousin a son of Henry Lemberger of 
    Louisville Ky. It is a strange tale I dont know what to make of it, I have never met any of my Brother Henry's Family, the last time I saw my Brother Henry he 
    was a Boy about 14 years old."
      
    Inasmuch as the article itself was not in the book, the letter left something of a mystery. Shelly Prochaska then provided a version of the manner of Albert 
    Lemberger's death in an email dated 21 March 2000:
    "Yesterday, my grandmother told me a very strange story about her Uncle Al (the doctor who is buried in Louisville at Cave Hill). He did a house call for a sick 
    person (don't know who or what the illness was). The person had a very contagious disease, and so he quarantined the house. The family became outraged 
    and said they put a hex on him. They told him that his dog would die first and then he would. He insisted the house be quarantined and went on his way.  
    That same day, his dog died. The next day Uncle Al died while at the barbershop getting a haircut."  

    This was a good indicator that the article Johannes referred to no doubt had to do with the death of Dr. Alfred Lemberger. Michael and LeAnn Lemberger then 
    found in a scrapbook a fragmentary article apparently clipped from a St. Louis newspaper. The full text of the article was then located in the microfilm 
    holdings of the Library of Congress.


    --------------------
    St. Louis (MO) Republic, October 11, 1903, page 1  
    PROPHECY CAME TRUE ON APPOINTED DAY
    Louisville Physician Was Told That He and His Horse and Dogs Would Die
    PREDICTIONS ALL FULFILLED.
    Police and Detectives Are Now Looking for the Mysterious Woman Soothsayer--Suspicious Points in the Case
    REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
      Louisville, Ky. Oct 11 "Within nine days that fine mare will die, the colt you value will die, your last hunting dog will disappear, and then you will die."
      This was the prophecy made by an unknown mysterious woman to Doctor Alfred Lemberger, and it came true to the letter, for Doctor Lemberger fell over 
    dead from heart failure on the evening of the ninth day.
      The other conditions of the prophecy had already been fulfilled.
      Now every detective on the Louisville force and every newspaper reporter is looking for the strange woman who made that prediction. Physicians say that 
    she probably caused the man's death by the psychic effect upon him. But the question remains, Who is the woman? for only Doctor Lemberger knew and he 
    never told her name. That section of the city was never so excited before.
      Miss Kate Schuster, who was to have married the doctor the latter part of this month does not know nor does her sister Mrs. Schweitzer, who kept house for 
    the bachelor. His brother and intimate friends can tell simply what Doctor Lemberger told them that a woman had predicted his death.
      It started several weeks ago when Doctor Lemberger was called to attend a child suffering from diphtheria. The physician and family differed as to the 
    diagnosis. He reported it diphtheria, placarded the house, and enforced the sanitary measures that the law provides. The family objected bitterly. The baby 
    died. One of the family visited the physician's office on Goss avenue to "wish him ill."
    Told Club Friends of Prophecy.
      According to the story of the dead man's intimate friends, Doctor Lemberger was a member of a little club that met each week at the home of some member 
    for a social card game. Almost all of the well-known men in that section of town belonged. It was at a club meeting that the doctor first told the story of the 
    strange prophecy. The man who heard him tell the story first repeated it.
      "Boys," he began, "you can play cards on my coffin in a couple of weeks if the prophecy of a woman made today comes true." 
      Then he went on to tell his friends about the table what he called a good joke on himself. He told them the story, but held back the name of the woman, 
    professing not to know it. In the intervals of the game, amid the jokes and laughter of his comrades the doctor told how the woman had entered his office and 
    said first that she wanted to let him know that he need not hunt for that dog; that he was gone; because he would never come back. It had gotten into the 
    street and a boy had carried it to the country. Then the woman said:
      "Be careful, for in nine days that fine mare will die, your colt, that you value, will die, and finally you will die on the ninth day--if you are not careful."
      "But that mare is not mine. She belongs to my brother," said the doctor.
      "That makes no difference," replied the woman. "Anything that is in your stable during the next nine days must die. You have enemies and they may kill 
    you. The greatest danger to your life will be in the nine days after the mare dies. Don't go out alone at night. You can believe this because I predicted the 
    death of President McKinley, but said nothing about it because I feared I might get into trouble."
    Predictions All Came True.
      The members of the club heard the doctor's story, and straightaway it became the standing jest. But one day the physician did not answer the questioner so 
    readily. The fine mare was dead. Colic seized the mare one morning, and before Doctor Miller, the veterinary surgeon who was quickly summoned, could 
    arrive she had died.
      In a couple of days, however, the physician had apparently forgotten all about the incident. He was only reminded of it by the disappearance of his good 
    hunting dog and the death of two of her pups the same day.
      But one of the strange woman's prophesies remained now to be fulfilled. Lemberger had ceased to scoff about the fortunetellers, soothsayers, and the like. 
    One day he went fishing, but told the people at the house exactly what must be done in case he did not come back.
      When the doctor went out at night he took a man with him. The time for the club meeting rolled around. The doctor went. He seemed in finer spirits than he 
    had been for a week. He was even joking and laughing about the prophecy of the strange woman. They were playing "auction pitch."
      "I bid one," said the man on Doctor Lemberger's left. The physician skinned his cards. The others were doing the same thing and paid little attention to him.
      "I bid two," said Doctor Lemberger at last--then he fell forward on the table dead. The last prophecy of the strange woman had been fulfilled. It was the 
    evening of the ninth day.
    (End)
     
    This article then led to a search of Louisville newspapers in the Library of Congress holdings. The results of that search yielded two straightforward accounts 
    of his death, plus a somewhat different version of the story reported in the St. Louis Republic.

    The Louisville Commercial, Louisville KY, Saturday, 5 Oct 1901, p. 5 (Library of Congress microfilm 1157)
    Sudden Death of a Young Physician
    Dr. Alfred C. Lemberger a Victim of a Sudden Attack of Heart Failure
    Dr. Alfred C. Lemberger, a prominent young physician, died suddenly Thursday night at his home, 1136 Goss avenue. At 10:05 o'clock he suffered a terrible 
    heart attack and ten minutes later the end came, despite the fact that medical assistance reached him quickly. His death will be a severe shock, as he was 
    universally popular and highly regarded.
    For several days Dr. Lemberger had not felt well. He suffered from pains in the region of his heart. Previous to these attacks he had enjoyed excellent health.  
    Late Thursday night he was in attendance on a friend. His heart began to pain and he hastened home, arriving there at 10:05 o'clock. He lay on a sofa and 
    soon lapsed into unconsciousness. At 10:15 o'clock he died. Dr. Schwartz reached him just before the end, but was unable to afford relief. Owing to the 
    suddenness of the death, Coroner McCullough was summoned. He pronounced death due to a heart attack.
    Dr. Lemberger was 34 years old and had practiced his profession for ten years. He is widely known in the southeastern portion of the city. He was unmarried.  
    Two brothers and two sisters survive. They are George and William Lemberger, Mrs. Mollie Kontz and Mrs. Lillian Gerstung. The remains were taken to the 
    home of Mr. Gerstung at Floyd and Bennett avenue. The funeral will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from St. Matthew's church, interment 
    being in Cave Hill cemetery.

    The Courier-Journal, Louisville KY, Saturday, 5 Oct 1901, p. 12 (Library of Congress microfilm 1158)
    Sudden Death Comes to Young Physician
    Dr. Alfred C. Lemberger Is Seized With Sudden Heart Attack and Passes Away.
    Dr. Alfred C. Lemberger, a well-known physician in the eastern portion of the city, died suddenly of heart failure at his office, 1126 Goss avenue at 12:15 
    o'clock yesterday morning. He had been calling at the residence of a friend a short distance away during most of the evening. About 11:30 o'clock he was 
    taken sick and hastened back to his office. He laid down on a lounge, and, becoming steadily worse, asked that Dr. Schwartz be called in. Dr. Schwartz had 
    scarcely had time to examine Dr. Lemberger before he breathed his last. Coroner McCullough was called and pronounced heart failure to have been the cause 
    of death.
    The deceased was thirty-four years of age, and he had a large practice, especially among the Germans in the eastern part of the city. He was highly thought of 
    by the medical profession generally in the city. Dr. Lemberger was unmarried. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Kontz and Mrs. Lilly Gerstung and two 
    brothers, George H. Lemberger, of the Prudential Life Insurance Company, and William H. Lemberger, of the Kentucky Wagon Works.
    The remains were removed to the family residence at Floyd and Burnett avenue. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from St. 
    Mathew's church. The interment will be in Cave Hill cemetery.

    The Courier-Journal, Louisville KY, 11 Oct 1901, p. 7 (Library of Congress microfilm 1158)
    [NB: This story parallels that appearing in the St. Louis Republic. There was no comparable story in the Louisville Commercial.]
    STRANGE CASE
    of Dr. Lemberger and Mysterious Woman
    SHE FORETOLD HIS DEATH
    Predicted Chain of Incidents That Came to Pass
    DOCTOR'S END THE CLIMAX
    Doomed Physician Related the Story and Gloomily Awaited His Fate.
    ALL GERMANTOWN IS AROUSED.
    "Within nine days that fine mare will die, the colt that you value will die, your last hunting dog will disappear, and then you will die."
    This was the prophecy made by an unknown, mysterious woman to Dr. Alfred C. Lemberger, and it came true to the letter, for Dr. Lemberger fell over dead 
    from heart failure on the evening of the ninth day. The other conditions of the prophecy had already been fulfilled. Now all Germantown is asking the 
    question: "Who is the woman that made the prophecy?" And none seems able to answer, for the prophecy was made to Dr. Lemberger in private, and only he 
    knew the woman's name.
    Miss Kate Schuster, who was to have married the doctor the latter part of this month, does not know, neither does her sister, Mrs. Schweitzer, who kept house 
    for the bachelor. His brother and intimate friends can tell simply what Dr. Lemberger told them-that a woman had predicted his death.
    It all started several weeks ago, when Dr. Lemberger was called to attend a child suffering from diphtheria. The physician and the family differed as to the 
    diagnosis. He reported it diphtheria, placarded the house and enforced the sanitary measure that the law provides. The family objected bitterly. The baby 
    died. One of the family visited the physician's office on Goss avenue to "wish him ill," as the saying goes in that part of town.
    Mrs. Schweitzer yesterday told the story of the visit. "She came and wished the doctor ill every way, and he was awful mad, and said he reckoned he'd get even 
    with her some time."
    "But is the mother whose child died the woman who predicted Dr. Lemberger's death?" asked the reporter.
    "No, that is another one," said Mrs. Schweitzer. "I think she came first to tell the doctor where his hunting dog had gone. He had a fine dog, and it 
    disappeared. One day a medium-sized woman came to his office. I didn't notice her. I wouldn't have thought of it but for the stories that the doctor told. He 
    said that the woman predicted that he would never get the dog back, because it had been carried far away in the country by a boy, who picked it up on the 
    street. He said, then, that she went on to tell him not to worry about that dog, because if he wasn't careful his mare would die and his colt and his other dog, 
    and, finally, himself. My! the doctor was mad. He said he would like to break that woman's neck for telling him such foolishness. I don't believe in such 
    things, but it all came true."
    The reporter hunted up another friend who had been very close to Dr. Lemberger. And then, the only story of the occurrence that the doctor told his friend 
    came to light.
    Dr. Lemberger was a member of a little club that met each week at the home of some members for a social card game. Almost all of the well-known men in 
    that section of town belong. It was at a club meeting that the doctor first told the story of the strange prophecy covering his end. One of the men who heard 
    him tell the story first repeated it:
    The Doctor's Story
    "Boys," he began, "you can play cards on my coffin in a couple of weeks if the prophecy of a woman made today comes true."
    Then he went on to tell his friends about the table what he called the good joke on himself. He told them the story, but he held back the name of the woman, 
    professing not to know it. In the intervals of the game, amid the jokes and laughter of his comrades, the doctor told how the woman had entered his office 
    and said first that he need not hunt for that dog that was gone, because it would never come back. It had gotten into the street and a boy had carried it to the 
    country. Then the woman said: "Be careful, for within nine days that fine mare will die, your colt that you value will die, and finally you will die on the ninth 
    day-if you are not careful."
    "But that mare is not mine. She belongs to my brother," said the doctor.
    "That makes no difference," replied the woman. "Anything that is in your stable during the next nine days must die. You have enemies, and they may kill you.  
    The greatest danger to your life will be nine days after the mare dies. Don't go out alone at night. You can believe this, because I predicted the death of 
    President McKinley, but said nothing about it because I feared I might get into trouble."
    The members of the club heard the doctor's story and straightaway it became the standing jest.
    For the next few days, whenever any member of the little club saw Dr. Lemberger, the greeting would be exchanged:
    "Well, Doc, ain't dead yet, are you?"
    And the doctor would reply with some joke at the expense of fortune tellers, witches, soothsayers, and the like.
    First Ill Omen
    But one day the physician's joke did not answer the questioner so readily. The reason was plain. The time for the counting of the nine days had arrived. The 
    fine mare was dead.
    Colic seized the mare one morning, and before Dr. Miller, the veterinary surgeon, who was quickly summoned, could arrive, she had died.
    In a couple of days, however, the physician had apparently forgotten all about the incident. Only he conducted a very careful examination of the stable, and 
    ordered the negro boy, John, who attended to the horses, and who slept in a room over the stable, to move into the main house.
    The club meeting night was the day after the mare died, and the members cast all sorts of jokes at their friend, asking him if he was not sorry that he had only 
    one week to live, and similar pleasantries, which he apparently enjoyed as much as the jokers.
    Death of the Colt
    About three days after the death of the mare the six-months-old colt drooped and would not eat. No one told the doctor because of the prophecy, but the 
    next morning the colt had developed an acute case of pleurisy. Dr. G.W. Knorr, from the office of Dr. Miller, was on hand quickly. He saw at once that the colt 
    was in a very serious condition. Four men worked with the little animal for six hours and then, like the mare, it died.
    Two of the strange woman's prophecies had come to pass.
    "I never saw a man so much broken up over the death of an animal," said Dr. Knorr last night, "and certainly it was rather a strange case. I don't see how the 
    colt got pleurisy in that stable."
    And the Dog!
    The morning after the death of the colt, the last good hunting dog disappeared. Two of the pups died that same day.
    But one of the strange woman's prophecies remained now to be fulfilled. Dr. Lemberger had ceased to scoff about fortunetellers, soothsayers and the like.
    One day he went fishing, but told the people at his house exactly what must be done in case he did not come back. When the doctor went out at night now he 
    took a man with him.
    The time for the club meeting rolled around. The doctor went. He seemed in finer spirits than he had been for a week. He was even joking and laughing 
    about the prophecy of the strange woman.
    They were playing "auction pitch."
    "I bid one," said the man on Dr. Lemberger's left.
    The physician skinned his cards. The others were doing the same thing and paid little attention to him.
    "I bid two," said Dr. Lemberger, at last. Then he fell forward on the table-dead.
    The last prophecy of the strange woman had been fulfilled. It was the evening of the ninth day.


     96 iv. Lillie J. Lemberger322, born Abt. 1870 in Kentucky323; died Jan 1952. She married George Adam Gerstung324 Unknown; born 25 Nov 1863 in 
    Hessen-Cassell, Germany324; died 26 Aug 1946 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co, CA324.

    Notes for George Adam Gerstung:
    California death certificate:
    Name: George Adam Gerstung 
    Place of death: L.A. Co., Glendale Laurel Sanitarium  
    In hosp. 7days, in community 7days, in CA 22 years, 
    Veteran: unknown
    SSN: unknown 
    Male Caucasian
    Married to Lillie J. Gerstung.  
    His age 76, born 25 Nov 1863 Cassel, Ger.  
    Occupation: Salesman, retail pianos,  
    Parents: father: unk. Gerstung, Ger. mother: unk., Ger.,  
    Informant.: Alma G. Fisher, 3812 S. Figuroa St., L.A.  
    Buried 28 Aug 1946 Forest Lawn Glendale
    His residence same as Alma. 
    Date of death 26 Aug 1946  
    Cause of death: pulmonary edema 1 wk, bronchial asthma 10 years, ephysema, senility 10 years, 
    No autopsy

     97 v. George Lemberger325, born Abt. 1872 in Kentucky326; died Unknown.

    Notes for George Lemberger:
    From email dated 1 Feb 2000 from Shelly Prochaska:
    "I also found out for sure some info about the Lembergers changing their name
    to Lynn. Nana has some obits for them. Here's whose obits she had: George
    Henry Lynn died 8-25-1947 at age 75. (This was probably Annie's son listed
    in the 1880 census--the dates match.) His wife was Bettie Addis Lynn.
    Their children were Mrs. Nelson (Mary) Bickel, Addis T. Lynn, George H. C.
    Lynn, Lewis C. Lynn, and Charles J. Lynn. George's sister was Mrs. Isabel
    Frank. (Could this be the Isabel from your census?) Bettie died Christmas
    Day in 1952 at age 74.  

    "Mr. Addis T. Lynn died 12-10-1961 at age 62. His wife was Bessie Lyens
    Lynn. Their children were Mrs. Astor (Martha) Akers and Mrs. James (Doris)
    Tribbey."  



     42. Johann Daniel6 Hottmann (Daniel5, Johann Antonius4, Johann (Han?) Jacob3, Johannes (Hans)2, Jacob1)327 was born 31 Aug 1825 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany327, and died 26 May 1877 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany328. He married Christina Friederika W?rner 05 Aug 1858 in 
    Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany329, daughter of Jakob Sch?nemann and Christina Messmer. She was born 05 Aug 1836 in Gro?heppach, W?rttemberg, 
    Germany, and died 08 Jul 1877 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany330.

    Notes for Johann Daniel Hottmann:
    (Taufregister 1808-1846 (Ev. Oberkirchenrat, Landeskirchliche Archiv Stuttgart, Kirchenbuch No. 988 [Grunbach], FHL microfilm 1184714) 
    Birth and baptism, 1825
    1. Zahl der Geborenen (number of the births) 42
    2. Taufnamen des Kindes, (baptismal names of the child) Johann Daniel
    3. Eltern (Parents) Daniel Hottmann, b. u. Weingtr. (citizen and vine dresser), Johanna Friederika geb. (nee) Hottmannin
    4. Ort der Geburt (place of birth) Grunbach
    5. Zeit der Geburt (time of birth) (non-standard symbol for Wednesday) 31 Aug. abends 8 Uhr
    6. Ort und Tag der Taufe (place and date of baptism) id. 2 Sept.
    7. Wer die Tauf-Handlung verrichtete (who performed the baptism) Pfarrer (Pastor) Johann Conrad Wagemann
    8. Tauf-Zeugen (baptismal witnesses) Johann Gottlieb Lemberger, b. u. Weingtr. auch Feldmesser (citizen and vine dresser, also surveyor), Elisabetha Catharina 
    Jacob Fried. Arnold b. u. Gemeinderath (citizen and village councilman) (the term for wife was omitted, but that is what she was)
    9. Seitenzahl des Familienregisters (page in the family register) 326, I. B (vol. I).

    Familien Register, Vol. II, p. 280:
    Hausvater: Johann Daniel Hottmann, B?rger u. Weing., geb. Grunbach 5 Aug 1826, +26 Mai 1877
     Vater: Daniel Hottmann, b. u. Weing. hier
     Mutter: Johanna Friederika g. Hottmann
    Hausmutter: Christiana Friederika g. W?rner (Spur.) [illegitimate] geb. Gro?heppach 5 Aug 1826 + d. 8 Jul 1877
     Vater: Nicht genannt (not named)
     Mutter: Christina Friederika g. M?ssner v. Gro?heppach, S. II-219 [Vol. II, p. 219 provides that her mother was also illegitimate but her "pater conf." 
    (admitted father) was Jakob Sch?nemann.
    Kinder: four children born, all designated "Anonymus," (indicative of stillbirth) in 1859, 1861, 1863 and 1866.
     
    Marriage Notes for Johann Hottmann and Christina W?rner:
    Marriage:
    The Eheregister for 1 Jan 1808 to 1879 (Ev. Oberkirchenrat, Landeskirchliche Archiv Stuttgart, Kirchenbuch Nr. 988 [Grunbach], FHL microfilm 1184714) was 
    examined for 1850 to 1870. During that period, there were any number of Hottmann marriages. Only one was of interest:
    1858, #3, Johann Daniel Hottmann, B?rger u. Weing. hier, (parents) + Daniel Hottmann B. u. Weing. hier, Johanna Friederika Hottmann, legitimate, unmarried, 
    (born) Grunbach 31 Aug 1825; and Christina Friederika geb. W?rner, B?rgerin hier, daughter of Christina Friederike g. Messmer?, illegitimate, unmarried, 
    (born) Grossheppach 5 Aug 1836. Married 5 August. There was a dispensation noted, but it is illegible. Family Register II-280.
     
    Children of Johann Hottmann and Christina W?rner are:
     98 i. Anonymus7, born 31 Mar 1859 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany331; died 31 Mar 1859 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany331.

    Notes for Anonymus:
    Death (Todten Register f?r die Pfarrey Grunbach 1808-1875, FHL 1184715)
    1859, #8
    Anonymus. Stand: Kind v. hier. Eltern: Johann Daniel Hottmann, Weing., Christina Friederika g. W?rner. Alter: Todtgeboren. Ort und Zeit des Todes: 
    Grunbach, 31 M?rz, morgens 7 Uhr. Ort und Zeit der Beerdigung: 2 April Abd. 4 Uhr. Seitenzahl des Familien Registers: II-280.  
    [No name. Status: child from here. Parents: Johann Daniel Hottmann, vine dresser, Christina Friederika, nee W?rner. Age: stillborn. Place and time of death: 
    Grunbach, 31 March at 7 a.m. Place and time of burial: 2 April at 4 p.m. Page in the Family Register: II-280.]
    Note: This couple had another stillbirth on 31 Dec 1861, register #33.


     99 ii. Anonymus, born 31 Dec 1861 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany332; died 31 Dec 1861 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany332.

    Notes for Anonymus:
    Death, 1861 (From Todten Register f?r die Pfarrey Grunbach 1808-1875):
    Zahl der Gestorbenen: 33
    Namen der Gestorbenen: Anonymus, g. 31 Dec 1861
    Stand, Charakter, bisheriger Aufenthalts-Ort, Religion: Kind v. hier
    Eltern: Johann Daniel Hottmann, b. u. Weing., Christiana Friederika g. W?rner
    Ehegatten:  
    Alter:  
    Krankheit oder zuf?llige Todesart: Todtgeboren
    Ort und Zeit des Todes: Grunbach, 31 Dec Morgens 10 Uhr
    Ort und Zeit der Beerdigung: Grunbach, 2 Janr. 1862 Abends 3 Uhr
    Seitezahl des Familienregisters: II-280
    [Translation:] Number of deaths: 33
    Name of the deceased: Anonymous, born 31 Dec 1861 
    Status, character, residence to now, religion: child from here
    Parents: Johann Daniel Hottmann, citizen and vine dresser, Christiana Friederika nee W?rner
    Spouses:  
    Age:  
    Illness or other cause of death: stillborn
    Place and date of death: Grunbach, 31 December 10 a.m.
    Place and date of burial: Grunbach, 2 January 1862 3 p.m.
    Page in the Family Register: II-280


     100 iii. Anonymus, born 31 Jan 1863 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany333; died 31 Jan 1863 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany333.

    Notes for Anonymus:
    Death, 1863 (From Todten Register f?r die Pfarrey Grunbach 1808-1875):
    Zahl der Gestorbenen: 4
    Namen der Gestorbenen: Anonymus g. 31 Janr. 1863 hier  
    Stand, Charakter, bisheriger Aufenthalts-Ort, Religion: Kind v. hier
    Eltern: Daniel Hottmann, b. u. Weing., Friederike geb. W?rner
    Ehegatten:  
    Alter:  
    Krankheit oder zuf?llige Todesart: Todtgeboren
    Ort und Zeit des Todes: 31 Janr Morgens 8 Uhr
    Ort und Zeit der Beerdigung: 2 Feb. Abends 3 Uhr
    Seitezahl des Familienregisters: II-260
    [Translation:] Number of deaths: 4
    Name of the deceased: Anonymous  
    Status, character, residence to now, religion: child from here
    Parents: Daniel Hottmann, citizen and vine dresser, Friederike nee W?rner
    Spouses:  
    Age:  
    Illness or other cause of death: stillborn
    Place and date of death: Grunbach 31 January 8 a.m.
    Place and date of burial: Grunbach 2 February 3 p.m.
    Page in the Family Register: II-260



     49. Helena6 Hottmann (Daniel5, Johann Antonius4, Johann (Han?) Jacob3, Johannes (Hans)2, Jacob1)334 was born 24 Apr 1838 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany334, and died 11 Jun 1900 in Schorndorf, W?rttemberg, Germany335. She married (2) Johann Daniel Zeyher335. He was born 29 Jul 
    1817 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany335, and died 15 Feb 1877 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany335.

    Notes for Helena Hottmann:
    Birth and baptism (Taufregister 1808-1846 (Ev. Oberkirchenrat, Landeskirchliche Archiv Stuttgart, Kirchenbuch No. 988 [Grunbach], FHL microfilm 1184714) 
    1838
    1. Zahl der Geborenen (number of the births) 17
    2. Taufnamen des Kindes, (baptismal names of the child) Helena
    3. Eltern (Parents) Daniel Hottmann, b. und Weing?rtner auch Amtsknecht (citizen and vine dresser, also clerk of court) in Grunbach, Johanna Friederika geb. 
    (nee) Hottmann
    4. Ort der Geburt (place of birth) Grunbach
    5. Zeit der Geburt (time of birth) 24 April abends nach 5 Uhr
    6. Ort und Tag der Taufe (place and date of baptism) Grunbach 25 April
    7. Wer die Tauf-Handlung verrichtete (who performed the baptism) Pfarrer (Pastor) Linsching
    8. Tauf-Zeugen (baptismal witnesses) Johannes Zeyher, b. und Schuster (sic) in Grunbach, Elisabetha Catharina, H. Jakob Friedrich Arnold, Gemeinderaths und 
    Lammwirths (village councilman and inkeeper at The Lamb) deselbe Ehefrau (wife of same)
    9. Seitenzahl des Familienregisters (page in the family register) 326-I

    According to the Familien Register, Vol. II, p. 225, the register for the family of Johann Daniel Zeyher, Helena was his third wife. She had three children by 
    Johann Daniel, names not noted. The register is annotated to reflect Helena's illegitimate son, Carl Friederich: "g. hier 7 Set. 1861, conf. 1875, verh. 17 Mai 94 
    mit ___ Rommel, III. 7, + 13 Jan 1934." [born here 7 September 1861, confirmed in 1875, married 17 May 1894 ____ Rommel (not sure what "III. 7" refers to), 
    died 13 January 1934.] Of Helena's death, it says: "+ 11 Juni 1900 in Schorndorf, beerdigt d. 12 Juni in Grunbach." [died 11 June 1900 in Schorndorf, buried 
    12 June in Grunbach.]
     
    Child of Helena Hottmann is:
     101 i. Carl Friederich7 Hottmann335, born 07 Sep 1861 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany335; died 13 Jan 1934 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, 
    Germany335. He married Rommel335.


     52. Antonius6 Hottmann (Antonius5, Johann Antonius4, Johann (Han?) Jacob3, Johannes (Hans)2, Jacob1)336 was born 26 Sep 1825 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany336, and died 12 Mar 1898 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany337. He married Johanna Friederika Ilg 13 Feb 1866 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany338, daughter of Joseph Ilg and Johanna Xander. She was born 04 Aug 1834 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany339, and died 
    Unknown.

    Notes for Antonius Hottmann:
    Birth and baptism, Grunbach Evangelical church, Taufregister 1808-1846:
    1825, No. 38
    Antonius; Antonius Hottmann, B. u. Weingtr., Catharina Barbara, geb. Schinkin von Winterbach; Grunbach (Monday symbol) 26 Sept. Morgens 5 Uhr; Grunbach, 
    27 September, Pfarrer M. Johann Conrad Wagenmann; Johann Georg Haller, B. u. Weing., Dorothea, Samuel Lukas Arnold, B. u. Schumacher Meister in 
    Gro?heppach; 316 - Isten B. [(child) Antonius; (parents) Antonius Hottmann, citizen and vine dresser, Catharina Barbara, nee Schink from Winterbach; (place 
    and date of birth) Grunbach, Monday, 26 September 5 a.m.; (place and date of baptism and by whom) Grunbach 27 September, by Pastor the Rev. Johann 
    Conrad Wagenmann; (witnesses) Johann Georg Haller, citizen and vine dresser, Dorothea, wife of Samuel Lukas Arnold, citizen and master shoemaker in 
    Gro?heppach; (Family Register) Vol. I, p. 316.]

    A note in the Family Register, Vol. I, p. 316, indicates that Antonius went to America in 1853, but he evidently returned to Grunbach by 1866.

    Notes for Johanna Friederika Ilg:
    Birth and baptism, Grunbach Evangelical church, Taufregister 1808-1846:
    1834, No. 32
    Johanna Friederika; Joseph Friedrich Ilg, B. und Weing?rtner in Grunbach, Johanna Dorothea, geb. Xander; Grunbach, 4 August Abends 7 Uhr; Grunbach, 6 
    August, Vikar Haakh? von Gro?heppach; Johannes Hasert, B. und Schuhmacher in Geradstetten, Helena Catharina, Joannes? Friedrich Ankerles? B. u. 
    Ochsenwirth in Gro?heppach Ehefrau; 370-I. [(child) Johanna Friederika; (parents) Joseph Friedrich Ilg, citizen and vine dresser in Grunbach, Johanna 
    Dorothea, nee Xander; (place and date of birth) Grunbach, 4 August, 7 p.m.; (place and date of baptism and by whom) Grunbach, 6 August, Vicar Haakh? from 
    Gro?heppach; (witnesses) Johannes Hasert, citizen and shoemaker in Geradstetten, Helena Catharina, wife of Joannes? Friedrich Ankerle?, citizen and innkeeper 
    of the Ox Inn in Gro?heppach; (Family Register) Vol. I, p. 370.]

    Marriage Notes for Antonius Hottmann and Johanna Ilg:
    Marriage, Grunbach Evangelical church, Eheregister 1808-1879:
    1866, No. 2
    (Groom) Anton Hottmann, B?rger u. Weing. hier, ev.; Anton Hottmann, B. u. Weing. hier I-316, Katharina Barbara g. Schink; ehel. led.; Grunbach 26 Sept. 1825.
    (Bride) Johanna Friederika, g. Ilg; B?rgerin hier, ev.; Joseph Friederich Ilg, B. u. Weing. hier S. I-370, Johanna Dorothea, g. Xander; ehel. led.; Grunbach 4 Aug. 
    1834.
    Proclamation: D. nach dem Christfest, D. I, II p. Epiph
    Kopulation: Grunbach, 13 Febr., Pfr. Vacherle?
    Familien Register: II-321
    [(Groom) Anton Hotmann, citizen and vine dresser here, Evangelical; (parents) Anton Hottmann, citizen and vine dresser here, (family register) Vol. I, p. 316, 
    Katharina Barbara, nee Schink; legitimate, unmarried; (born) Grunbach, 26 Sept. 1825.
    (Bride) Johanna Friederika, nee Ilg, citizen here, Evangelical; (parents) Joseph Friederich Ilg, citizen and vine dresser here, see Vol. I, p. 370, Johanna Dorothea 
    nee Xander; legitimate, unmarried; (birth) Grunbach 4 August 1834.
    Banns proclaimed: Sunday after Christmas, First and Second Sundays after Epiphany
    Marriage: Grunbach, 13 February, by Pastor Vacherle?
    Family Register: Vol. II, p 321.]
     
    Child of Antonius Hottmann and Johanna Ilg is:
     102 i. Christiana Friederika7 Hottmann340,341, born 19 May 1867 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany342,343; died 06 Feb 1927 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany344. She married Gottlob Immanuel Knauer344 26 May 1890 in Grunbach, W?rttemberg, Germany344; born 07 Sep 1862 in Grunbach, 
    W?rttemberg, Germany344; died 13 Oct 1924344.

    Notes for Christiana Friederika Hottmann:
    Birth and baptism, Grunbach Evangelical church, Taufregister 1846-1897:
    1867, No. 24
    Christiana Friederika; Anton Hottmann, B. u. Weing., Johanna Friederika g. Ilg; Grunbach 19 Mai Morgens 1 Uhr; 26 Mai, Pfr. Vacherle?; Christian Hottmann, 
    Schmid Meister in Waiblingen, Christiana Elisabetha Xander, ledig; II-321. [(child) Christiana Friederika; (parents) Anton Hottmann, citizen and vine dresser, 
    Johanna Friederika nee Ilg; (place and date of birth) Grunbach 19 May 1 a.m.; (place and date of baptism and by whom) (place not indicated, presumed 
    Grunbach) 26 May, Pastor Vacherle?; (witnesses) Christian Hottmann, Schmid Meister in Waiblingen, Christiana Elisabetha Xander, unmarried; (Family Register) 
    Vol. II, p. 321.]
    Note: Christian Hottmann was a brother of Anton.]

    Notes for Gottlob Immanuel Knauer:
    Gottlob and Christiana Friederika had four children together.

    Marriage Notes for Christiana Hottmann and Gottlob Knauer:
    The Family Register, Vol. II, p. 453, indicates they were married in both civil and religious ceremonies on the same day, 26 May 1890 in Grunbach.

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