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101 Accidental Illumating Gas Poisiong while at work at New Way Dry Cleaners David Franklin Fink
 
102 He was a farmer and a house painter. [Helen Mayer] Jacob Buch Fink
 
103 Born as Jacob Welcomer, changed his name to Fink in 1870's to fight inSpanish American War? Indian War? Tombstone has a Veteran of Sp/Am. Warplaque on it, but he would have been almost 40, and the story goes thathe changed his name because he was too young to enlist. Did he fight inboth wars? Fink was his mother's maiden name. His widow asked Ray Fink tochange his name back to Welcomer, which he did in 1969?

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Joseph Whitcome of the right age in Ogle county Illinois in the 1880census very close to a Jacob Fink who is working on a farm. Says thatJacob is 24 but he would only be 18 at the time.

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April 8, 1927 Manheim Sentinel

Jacob Welcomer Fink

Jacob W. Fink died at his home in Penn Township on Monday morning ofcomplications. He was in his sixty-fifth year. He is survived by hiswidow, Mary Buch Fink and the following children: Irvin, Phares, Raymond,Christ, Mrs. Rolandis Witman, Mrs. Clarence Graham, Mrs. Elmer Leese, andtwo children, Norman, Claude, at home. Also by one sister, Mary OliverMay, of York; two brothers, Henry and George Welcomer, both of York and21 grandchildren. He was a member of the United Brethren Church. Thefuneral services were held this (Thurs.) afternoon at 2 o'clock at thehome. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. 
JACOB WELCOMER FINK
 
104 Chronic Myocarditis Johannes (John) FINK
 
105 died at the age of (68-9-0 ) John Peter Fink
 
106 Was listed as single without dependents on his WW2 enlistment record. Kensel H. Fink
 
107 Married name Mrs. Graham Mary Buch Fink
 
108 known as Mary Anna Rupert at death
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listed in 1870 as 28 years old, but she was widowed and about to marryAdam, so she may have knocked off a few years...
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unnamed newspaper, 9-9-1925 handwritten on obit
Mrs . Adam Rupert
Mrs . Mary Anna Rupert , wife of Adam RUPERT , died yesterday at 9 a .m .at her residence 1428 West Stanton street , West York , after a longillness due to a complication of diseases . She was aged 83 years .Survivors are her husband and the following sons
Jacob WELCOMER , Manheim , Lancaster county
George and Henry WELCOMER , West York
and one daughter , Mrs . Oliver MAY , York .
Also two sisters , Mrs . Anna FISHEL , Mechanicsburg , and Mrs . LeahSHEFFER , Red Lion .
She is also survived by 20 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be conducted at her late residence by Rev . E . T .RHODES , pastor of St . Stephens Reformed church , on Friday , September11 , at 2 p .m . Interment will be made in Greenmount cemetery .
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birth listed as Oct. 1841 in the 1900 census - ? 
MARY LENAH FINK
 
109 Got Ray Welcomer into Hershey School. After visiting him at Hackman's(Ray's faster family), he had him tested and got him in. [Helen Mayer] Norman Buch Fink
 
110 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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Mrs. Schiding Dies; War Mother's Chaplain
Mrs. Pearl M. (Fink) Schiding, 61, wife of George L. Schiding, 38 S.Hartley St., died yesterday at 8:54 A.M. at the York Hospital
She was a saleslady at Crider's greeting card store for 20 years.
She was serving her second term as chaplain of the Penna. State chapter,American War Mother's. She was past president and chaplain of GeneralJacob L. Devers chapter, American War Mothers, She was a member of theLadies auxiliary, White Rose Post 556, Veterans of Foreign Wars, theLadies auxiliary, Laurel Fire Co., Navy Mothers Chapter 606, the YorkDemocratic club, and the York Democratic council.

She attended Third United Methodist church and Sunday school. Born inYork County, she was the daughter of the late Franklin and Hattie ToomeyFink.
Also surviving are two sons, George F. Schiding, 2605 Hartford road, andFrederick P. Schiding, 954 Wood St.; two grandchildren, and threebrothers, Charles F. Fink, 3021 Robin Rd., Stewart E. Fink, Thomasville,PA, and Harvey P. Fink 416 W. King St.

Rev. Thomas R. Jones pastor of Third United Methodist church, assisted byRev. Earl E. Redding, associate pastor of Fourth United Methodist church,will officiate at funeral services Thursday at 2 PM at the EverhartFuneral home, East and E. Market St. Burial will be at GreenmountCemetery.
White Rose Post 556, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold funeral servicestomorrow at 7:30 P.M. at the Everhart Funeral home.
General Jacob L Devers chapter, American War Mothers will hold funeralservices that same evening at 8 P.M.
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Mrs. Schiding Dies; War Mother's Chaplain
Mrs. Pearl M. (Fink) Schiding, 61, wife of George L. Schiding, 38 S.Hartley St., died yesterday at 8:54 A.M. at the York Hospital
She was a saleslady at Crider's greeting card store for 20 years.
She was serving her second term as chaplain of the Penna. State chapter,American War Mother's. She was past president and chaplain of GeneralJacob L. Devers chapter, American War Mothers, She was a member of theLadies auxiliary, White Rose Post 556, Veterans of Foreign Wars, theLadies auxiliary, Laurel Fire Co., Navy Mothers Chapter 606, the YorkDemocratic club, and the York Democratic council.

She attended Third United Methodist church and Sunday school. Born inYork County, she was the daughter of the late Franklin and Hattie ToomeyFink.
Also surviving are two sons, George F. Schiding, 2605 Hartford road, andFrederick P. Schiding, 954 Wood St.; two grandchildren, and threebrothers, Charles F. Fink, 3021 Robin Rd., Stewart E. Fink, Thomasville,PA, and Harvey P. Fink 416 W. King St.

Rev. Thomas R. Jones pastor of Third United Methodist church, assisted byRev. Earl E. Redding, associate pastor of Fourth United Methodist church,will officiate at funeral services Thursday at 2 PM at the EverhartFuneral home, East and E. Market St. Burial will be at GreenmountCemetery.
White Rose Post 556, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold funeral servicestomorrow at 7:30 P.M. at the Everhart Funeral home.
General Jacob L Devers chapter, American War Mothers will hold funeralservices that same evening at 8 P.M. 
Pearl Marie Fink
 
111 Died in car accident [Helen Mayer] Phares Buch Fink
 
112 6 month illness [obit] - Member of Manheim VFW Post 5956 and GermaniaBand Club [obit] Robert E. Fink
 
113 181-07-7743 Samuel E. Fink
 
114 possibly Ann's father since he died sometime between 1858-1861 and theexecutor was Daniel Massey - also of Uwchlan twp.
p. 16 of the marriage and death book by Hotton 
ADAM FISHER
 
115 found her in the 1870 census

1870 census - W. Vincent twp.
Jesse Sturges 33
Hannah 26 (Massey?)
3 year old daughter Eozrene??
ALSO
Ann F. Massey 56
Daniel 15
Rachel 14

all fits

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also found her in 1880 with her daughter Ida M., with her 3 kids in UpperUwchlan - Ida is married to Jonathon Moore

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In the register of wills of Daniel H. Massey, Ann F. Massey states thatshe is the widow and that her eldest son is John F. Massey. He alsosigned the document. Don't know why George isn't the eldest.

In the will of Robert Fisher, Daniel Massey states that he is married toRobert Fisher's sister 
ANN FISHER
 
116 his estate records state that he went to California in the winter of1846, had contact with his brothers for several years, but that theyhadn't heard from him in more than 7 years (in 1858) so they had himdeclared dead Joseph R. Fisher
 
117 Breast Cancer ANNA MARGARET FOERSTER
 
118 Played Mary at the famous Passion Play in Oberammergau. Friends ofCardinal Gibbons - enrolled Mary and Austin at St. Charles CathedralConvent School in Baltimore,Md.

Possibly spelled Foerster - Mom

spelled Foster on her daughter's birth cert.

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed VirginMary is at corner of Cathedral and Mulberry - probably T's church

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Buried in NEW CATHEDRAL CEMETERY
4300 OLD FREDERICK RD. - gate on this road
c 21229
phone: 410-566-7770
fax: 410-566-0709

with husband William and son John

lot #514 section MM

gave age as 49, would have meant she was born in 1867 instead of 1868 asshe stated on the 1900 census
buried in single grave section in 1916 then moved on same day as husbandWilliam in 1918

funeral director was John Cowan

just the 3 of them, mother, father and son
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John Forster in Detroit Ward 10, 1870, 51 Photographer Bavaria
also Anna, 19 Keeping house "
Catherine, 19 At Home "
Carl 12 At School Michigan
William 10 " "
Henry 8 " "

Joseph Forster Detroit, City Of Detroit Ward 4 712-713 202 Age 47Bricklayer etc. born in Bavaria
Jacobina 47 Keeping house Bavaria
Bertha 7 MI
Lillie 11 MI
Lizzie 13 MI

Michael Forster Saginaw Kochville 701-702 285R (Same county as onlyThistlethwaite in census) 69 Farmer Bavaria
Barbara 60 Keeping house, Bavaria
Johann 25 Laborer, Bavaria

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ADAM FOERSTER, proprietor of Foerster's Brewery, which is situated atthe foot of Madison Street, Lansing, Ingham County on the banks of theGrand River, was born in Canada, at Heidleberg, Waterloo County, February22, 1848. His father, Louis Foerster, was a native of Baden, Germany, hisnatal year being 1803. He had two brothers in the Napoleonic wars whowere killed and left on the field at Moscow. He was a lock and gunsmithin Germany, and came to the New World in 1835, after his marriage, andlocated at Heidleberg, Canada. He took a farm in the woods and settledupon it five miles from any neighbor, and beginning life here in a barkshanty, worked his way up to a comfortable competency. He still residesupon this old homestead. He is conservative in his views and is a memberof the Lutheran Church. The mother of our subject bore the maiden name ofMary Ziegler, and she was born in Baden, Germany, and died in 1855,leaving ten children.

Until he reached the age of eighteen years our subject lived uponthe farm with his parents and attended the common district school. He wasthen apprenticed for two years to the brewer's business at Preston, andin 1866, went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and was for four years in the employof a brewer there as a salesman. In 1870, he came to Ypsilanti, Mich.,and in partnership with his brother, Louis G., he purchased a brewery andoperated it until 1876, when he went to Ligonier, Ind., and there renteda brewery which he carried on until 1877, when he came to Lansing.

Our subject was married in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1868, being then unitedwith Miss Catherine Spaeth, a native of Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio,and a daughter of Mr. John Spaeth, who was born in Bavaria, Germany, andbecame all early settler in Ohio, where he carries on his trade as atailor in Hamilton.



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History of the brewery on Grove St. in Ypsilanti



(1866-????) MI-287a H. Lee
(????-1870) MI-287b H. Lee & Co.
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(1870-1875) MI-287c Adam Foerster & Bros.
(1875-1884) MI-287d L. Z. Foerster & Co.
Grove Brewery
Grove St.
(1884-1893) MI-287e Louis Z. Foerster
414 South Grove St
(1893-1914) MI-287f L. Z. Foerster Brewing Co.
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(1914-1916) MI-287g Hoch Brewing Co.
Prohibition n/a Closed
(1933-1934) MI-287h Liberty Brewing Co.
(1934-1935) MI-287i Ypsilanti Brewing Co.
(1935-1941) MI-287j Christ Vogt,
dba Ypsilanti Brewing Co.
(1941-1943) MI-287k Dawes Brewing Co.

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Name: Anna Foerster
City: Ypsilanti
State: MI
Year: 1888, 1889
Location 2: boards 112 Grove

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1910 census says she immigrated in 1887 but doesn't say whether she isnaturalized or alien

1900 says that Wm is alien but nothing by her name 
ANNA MARGARET FOERSTER
 
119 Was a private in Captain Andrews Co., Col. Joseph Prime's Regiment andserved under Brig. General Wadsworth in the Eastward.

So says Grammie in her application to the Children of the Revolution

Aaron Fogg's record may be found in Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in theRevolutionary War Vol. 55, page 882, roll sworn to in York County, Me. 
AARON FOGG
 
120 Gravestone sys b. 1/12/1823
d. 8/3/1880 
CHARLES HENRY FOGG
 
121 FOGG, Hattie L
married
LEIGHTON, Henry P
August 11, 1906
in Windham, me
very interesting! 
HATTIE LEE FOGG
 
122 never married, no children Margaret Ann Fry
 
123 described as tall, medium build, gray eyes, brown hair, lost right hand -1918 WW1 reg. card BEECHER HUNTER GEER
 
124 only listed on the 42 pages of notecards - not in the photocopy of theGeer family Bible. Also, another child, Catheine was born in 1832, somaybe he's not right. Thomas Geer
 
125 also listed as Eliza Matilda Tillie Gentzler in the Gene Pool Individualrecords Eliza M. Geutzeiler
 
126 also spelled GILLISPY MARTHA GILLESPIE
 
127 possibly married to Edith's brother. Edith's obituary said she wasmarried to John Quay of Howell, Livingston County, Michigan Edith Glover
 
128 moved to White Co. Tenn in about 1836-37 -Heritage of White Co. SARAH A. "SALLY" GOODBREAD
 
129 Living in St. David's Parrish when he enlisted in the Rev. War. Served asPvt in SC troops in the spring of 1779. Three months under WilliamStandard and Col. Abel Culp. Engaged against the Tories and was in anengagement when "The Scotch Lake Fort" on Santee River was taken; shortlyafterwards one month under Lt. John Peeples stationed on Santee Riverwhich service was rendered as a substitute for his step-father, JohnFlowers; subsequently three months under Capt. Morris Murphy, Jr. and hisfather Col. Morris Murphy, Sr.

After the war, David went to Marlbro District, SC and from there toGeorgetown, SC. In 1827 he moved from SC to White Co. Tenn where heresided until his death .

Heritage of White County 
DAVID GOODWIN
 
130 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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1850 Census

Gottwald Jacob 43 Carpenter PA S. Ward York84/717/766
Cassandra 42 PA
Henrietta 18 PA
Jacob 13 PA
Anna 11 PA
Jane 8 PA
Augustus 7 PA
Charles 4 PA
Samuel 23 Carpenter PA
Daniel 21 Carpenter PA
Henry 18 Carpenter PA


Also living in this household: Jacob Fry
Charles Wales
Oliver Wales
Franklin Ilgenfritz
Hiram Morrison
Catharine Hosler
Adam Henry 
Jacob Gottwalt
 
131 found them in the Dover Twp york Co. 1850 census as:

2 359 359 Gotwalt John 62 M NonePenn
3 359 359 Gotwalt Catharine 59 F Penn
4 359 359 Gotwalt Lena 25 F Penn
5 359 359 Gotwalt Elizabeth 20 F Penn
6 359 359 Gotwalt Henry 18 M MillwrightPenn
7 359 359 Gotwalt Catharine 13 F PennSchool 
Johanes Gottwalt
 
132 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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Johanna Jacob Gottwalt - Immigrant, arrived on Sept 24, 1751 on the shipNeptune " in Philadelphia, PA. He served in the Rev. War as and Ensignin the Second Battalion, York County Militia, Manchester Twp, York,County PA - under Capt. Koppenhaffer,

He served for one year (1779) ( PA Archives, 6th Series, Vol. 11 pp 464 &610 His name also appears in the returns of Capt. Henry Mathias Company,November 20, 1782 as " Serjt " ( Ibit pp. 665 )

Year 1783 ( MS R-1-F-14 - Gottwaldt, Jacob Sr. - Manchester Twp.Inhabit. 6 Land 37

Source 1772 Tax Records Jacob Gotwald - Manchester Twp. Valuation9 Tax 0.1.6


Immigrated to America 9/24/1751 on Ship 'Neptune' from Rott erdam, lastfrom Cowes, with 284 passengers. Served in Revo lutionary War, Ensign,3rd. CO, 2nd Batt., York County Mili tia. [DAR has his rank listed asLt.] Served under Captai n Simon Kopenhaffer's Company in the FirstBattalion of th e York County Assoiators of 1776. His son, Andrew, serveda s a private in the same company. The First Batt. was organi zed by Col.James Smith [a signer of the Declaration of Ind ependence] in 1775. Hisdaughter, Maria Catherine, marrie d a son of Captian Kopenhaffer. SignedOath of Allegiance a nd Oath of Abjuration to King George II of England. 
JOHANN JACOB GOTTWALT
 
133 from Charles D. (Chaz) Andrews:
Before she died, I talked with my mother about Mame Keenan & about my grandmother's (Sarah Elizabeth Quay) middle name. My grandmother's middle name was given to her in honor of the woman who raised Mame. So it's definately Alexander & Elizabeth who raised Mame. I also have further proof of this since Alexander & Elizabeth are buried right next to Mame's grandmother in Phoenixville. Mame was left with her uncle because her father (George A. Keenan) moved to California to be a horse trainer after her mother (Annie Graham--I can't find her at all, this is from my mother's memory) died in childbirth. George later remarried and had children who later visited Mame when my mother was a child. I found George in Phoenixville, listed with his mother Margaret, who came over as a widow from Ireland through New York with some grown children. I found him in later censuses in California with his ever growing family out there. Margaret Keenan (Mame's grandmother) is buried in Morris Cemetery right next to Alexander and Elizabeth Keenan. 
Annie Graham
 
134 served as Justice of the Peace in Warren County, Tenn. for 40 years JOHN CARMACK GRIBBLE
 
135 Was a blacksmith in Chesterfield county, Virginia. George Grissel, , Sr.
 
136 Bought 138 acres in Chesterfield County, Va. in 1732.

also spelled Grissel 
JOHN GRISSEL, , Sr.
 
137 Had 5 parcels of 400 acres each in Pitts(?) County in SW Virginia.around1760-1765. Possibly Revolutionary War veteran, probably plantationoverseer in Mechanicsburg County Virginia in April, 1783. John Grissel, , Jr.
 
138 Lived in Chesterfield County, Va., moved to Nash Count, N.C. in late1700's. Had 400 acres of land in Pitts(field) County, Virginia in 1754.Owned several tracts of land in Chesterfield County, Virginia also. WILLIAM GRISSEL, , Sr.
 
139 Probably born in Virginia, moved with Father to Nash county, NorthCarolina. After administration of his father's estate, moved to Warren,Cannon County, Tn.


Search Terms: GRIZZLE (45), DANIEL (8458)
Database: 1790-1870 Tennessee Census Index
Combined Matches: 2


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other InfoRecord Type Database ID#
1830 GRIZZLE DANIEL Warren County TN 331 No Township Listed FederalPopulation Schedule TN 1830 Federal Census Index TN560294974
1820 GRIZZLE DANIEL Warren County TN 17 010001-02101 Federal PopulationSchedule TN 1820 Federal Census Index TNS2a517632 
DANIEL GRIZZEL
 
140 Was first Sheriff of Cannon County, Tn. in 1836. Lived on Short Mtn, nearWoodbury, Tn.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/4620/index.html
has a little info on Daniel (son) and Margaret (daughter-in-law)
It is part of the Spurlock family tree. 
GEORGE GRIZZEL
 
141 nicknamed "Squire Buck" William "Squire Buck" Grizzell
 
142 Pedigree for:
Daniel Grizzle

Spouse
Margaret Wood

& Children
- Cicero Grizzle
- William Grizzle
- Sarah Grizzle
- Susan Grizzle


Siblings
James Grizzle
Wiliam Grizzle





(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)

George Grizzle

(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)

Daniel Grizzle




(Unknown)
William Campbell
(Unknown)

Sarah Campbell

(Unknown)
Suzana Unknown
(Unknown 
Daniel Grizzle
 
143 "Pappy George"

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described as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light hair -WW1reg. card 
GEORGE SWANN GRIZZLE
 
144 George (possibly Washington) was in Civil War. Company D 8th (Smith's)Tennessee Cavalry. Also Company H 19th Tennessee Infantry. wounded inhip, probably at Murfreesboro, Tenn. Limped for rest of life.


1880 census lists Lewisy E. as wife but 1900 census lists George W. andMariah again! 
George W. Grizzle
 
145 Headstone in Grizzle/Gunter Cemetery (Cannon County, Tenn.) says Rev.Robert Grizzle Robert Grizzle
 
146 listed as Francis in 1880 census Francena H.
 
147 alt. birthday 10/9/1803 MARY HARGIS
 
148 After Benjamin's death, Elzina moved to Searsmont and lived with Lorina until his son died in 1899. Then she moved to Belfast and lived with her daughter Sarah Coombs.[Obits. from Searsmont and Belfast Papers]

spelled Hemenway in the mormon site marriage record

spelled Alzina in the 1850 Belmont Maine census

spelled Hemmingway in IGI record of her birth
also in this record, Union, Knox county given as birth place

under Alvina in the 1880 census w/ Loimer in Searsmont 
ALZINA WALCOTT HEMENWAY
 
149 Pneumonia ALZINA WALCOTT HEMENWAY
 
150 with Sarah and Emma ALZINA WALCOTT HEMENWAY
 

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