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Henry E. Mollenauer1

M, #3201

Family: Sophia Kaufman

SonErnest H. Mollenauer (b. 9 January 1828, d. 1893)
DaughterWilhelmina Mollenauer+ (b. 3 October 1837, d. 1913)
DaughterHenrietta Mollenauer (b. 1841, d. 1915)

Biography

Henry E. Mollenauer was born,,,Germany.1 He witnessed the birth of Ernest H. Mollenauer on 9 January 1828,,,Germany.1 Henry E. Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Wilhelmina Mollenauer on 3 October 1837.1 He witnessed the birth of Henrietta Mollenauer in 1841.1 He and Sophia Kaufman were married.1

Information from a chart given Ruth (Gigax) Hurlbert and prepared byW.

E. Michel, 5135 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15224, 682-3313, 25 Aug

1963.

There seems to be no order of the birth of the children in a family.

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This information was gathered from a two-sided paper (8.5 X 14 inches)

written by W.G. Mollenauer called 'Pennsylvania Mollenauers since1847.'

Ruth Hurlbert gave it to me. It reads as follows:

It is generally believed that Henry E, Mollenauer and his wife Sophia

(Kaufman) Mollenauer were born in Wittenberg in the Stuttgard area of

Germany abput the year 1800....I the spring of 1847 , Henry E.Mollenauer

with his wife Sopia (Kaufman) Mollenauer and their three children,

migrated from Hanover, Germany, and arrived in the united states

seaport at Baltimore, Maryland. from this seaport they came west in a

Conestoga Wagan as far as Six Mile Ferry near Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania,

where they lived with other german families that had migrated earlier

from Germany and had settled there. While living there he wasemployed

by a coal mining company.

After a short stay there, he with his wife and family made a trip tothe

west as far as the state of Iowa. The purpose of that trip is not

definitely known...it could be possible that Herny E. Mollenauer withhis

family, made that trip to the west to visit and possibily settle there

with other Mollenauers, a brother or a cousin who migrated earlierfrom

Germany and had settled In Iowa.

The tradedy of that visit was the fact that Henry E. Mollenauer became

suddenly ill and died and was buried somewher in the state of Iowa.His

wife Sophia and the three children...return to six MileFerry....Sophia lies

buried in the Saint Paul's Cemetery in Mt. Oliver, a suburb ofPitsburgh.

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Citations

  1. [S9] Russell Arndts, online via email attachment, Russell Arndts (St. Cloud, Minnesota), downloaded 7 Sep 2006.

Wilhelmina Mollenauer

F, #3203, b. 1886, d. 1913

Parents

Family: Rech

DaughterEmma Elizabeth Rech+

Biography

Wilhelmina Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Emma Elizabeth Rech. Wilhelmina Mollenauer was born in 1886. She died in 1913, at age ~27.
Wilhelmina Mollenauer was also known as Wilhelmina Rech.
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Wilhelmina Mollenauer1

F, #3204, b. 3 October 1837, d. 1913

Parents

Family 1: Daniel Rech

DaughterEmma Elizabeth Rech+ (b. 11 March 1869, d. 19 May 1943)
DaughterLouisa Rech+ (b. 30 August 1872, d. 26 December 1960)
DaughterHenrietta Rech (b. 1875, d. 1879)

Family 2: Samuel Reick

DaughterMinnie Reick (b. 1859, d. 1913)
DaughterSarah Rieck (b. 1862, d. 1919)
SonEdward E. Rieck (b. 27 October 1865, d. 10 January 1944)

Biography

Wilhelmina Mollenauer was born on 3 October 1837.1 She witnessed the birth of Minnie Reick in 1859.1 Wilhelmina Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Sarah Rieck in 1862.1 Wilhelmina Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Edward E. Rieck on 27 October 1865.1 She witnessed the birth of Emma Elizabeth Rech on 11 March 1869.1 Wilhelmina Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Louisa Rech on 30 August 1872.1 Wilhelmina Mollenauer witnessed the birth of Henrietta Rech in 1875.1 Wilhelmina Mollenauer and Daniel Rech were married.1 She and Samuel Reick were married.1 She died in 1913, at age ~76.1
Wilhelmina Mollenauer was also known as Wilhelmina Rech.1 She was also known as Wilhelmina Reick.1

Information from a chart given by Ruth (Gigax) Hurlbert and preparedby

W. E. Michel, 5135 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15224, 682-3313, 25 Aug

1963.

There seems to be no order in the birth of the children in a family.

Married twice both husbands killed by horses.

Husbands names are Rieck and Rech.

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This information was gathered from a two-sided paper (8.5 X 14 inches)

written by W.G. Mollenauer called 'Pennsylvania Mollenauers since1847.'

Ruth Hurlbert gave it to me.

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Citations

  1. [S9] Russell Arndts, online via email attachment, Russell Arndts (St. Cloud, Minnesota), downloaded 7 Sep 2006.

Leo Monahan

M, #3205, b. 1897, d. 14 May 1981

Biography

Leo Monahan was born in 1897.1 He and Viola Blum were married in 1920 in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA.2 He died on 14 May 1981, at age ~84, in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA.1
Leo Monahan resided with Viola Blum in 816 Thurman Ave., Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA, in 1970.1
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Citations

  1. [S243] Research by Teresa Herrmann on ancestery.com, online https://www.ancestry.com/connect/Profile/011ca872-0006-0000-0000-000000000000. Hereinafter cited as Teresa Herrmann Research.
  2. [S26] Interview with Miriam Jane Taylor Halley Beverley (177 N. Remington Rd., Bexely, Ohio 43209), by Carl J. Denbow, About 1995. Carl J. Denbow Personal Files (, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718)..

Norah Montgomery1

F, #3207, b. 1880

Biography

Norah Montgomery was born in 1880 in Monroe, Ohio, USA.1 She and Walter Denbow were married in 1900 in Monroe, Ohio, USA.
Norah Montgomery was also known as Norah Denbow.
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Citations

  1. [S10] Thomas W. Thompson, The Thompson Geneology [sic], 2nd Edition (812 Boulevard, Dover, Ohio 44622: Express Press Inc., 20 Jul 1979). Hereinafter cited as Thompson Genealogy.

James Newton Moore1

M, #3213, b. 29 May 1919

Family: Grace Naomi Gigax (b. 31 March 1918, d. 15 November 2009)

SonJames Newton Moore+ (b. 26 January 1943)
SonWilliam Frederick Moore+ (b. 4 July 1944)
DaughterKaren Lee Moore+ (b. 16 January 1950)
SonRichard Edward Moore (b. 22 October 1960)

Biography

James Newton Moore was born on 29 May 1919 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He witnessed the birth of James Newton Moore on 26 January 1943 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA.1 James Newton Moore witnessed the birth of William Frederick Moore on 4 July 1944 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA, Not sure if this bithdate is correct.1 James Newton Moore witnessed the birth of Karen Lee Moore on 16 January 1950 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.1 He witnessed the birth of Richard Edward Moore on 22 October 1960 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.1 James Newton Moore and Grace Naomi Gigax were married on 5 April 1942 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA.1
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Citations

  1. [S9] Russell Arndts, online via email attachment, Russell Arndts (St. Cloud, Minnesota), downloaded 7 Sep 2006.