Christian Guntert Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Alternative surname spellings: Gunther

Christian Guntert was born 9 August 1792. He was from Waldenau__, County Schonenburg, Baierisch, Rheinkrieis. He married Katharina Rohner. Katharina was born circa 1796.[1]

Children:

  1. Elisabeth Guntert born circa 1819.[2]
  2. Christian Guntert born 21 October 1831. He died in an explosion in Danville.[3]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 44.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 44.

[3] ICC Family Book, no. 44.

Johann Traugoit Graf Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Johann Traugoit Graf was the son of N Graf and Christina Topfer of Dukedom Sachsen-Atlenburg. He married Florantine Reichard on 18 October 1842.[1] Florantine was born 19 January 1835 in Berks County, Pennsylvania and was the daughter of Laurentus Jacob Reichard and Sara Solomn Renninger.[2]

Johann came to the United States in 1850. Florantine came to Lycoming County, Pennsylvania in 1837 with her parents.[3] The family lived in Jersey Shore, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania in 1870.[4]

Children of Johann Traugoit Graf and Florantine Reichard, all born in Pennsylvania, were:

  1. Charles Graf born about 1853.
  2. Helena Martha Graf born 29 February 1856.[5]
  3. George Washington Graf born 24 October 1858.[6]
  4. Jacobus Johannes Graf born 25 October 1861.[7] He died on 18 July 1863.[8]
  5. Henric Wilhelm Graf born 4 May 1865.[9]
  6. Flora Elisabeth Graf born 17 July 1869.[10]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 133.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 133.

[3] ICC Family Book, no. 133.

[4] 1870 U.S. Census, Jersey Shore, Lycoming County, PA, p. 5, dwelling 38, family 39, John Groff household.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 23.

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 36.

[7] ICC Baptisms, p. 49.

[8] ICC Deaths, p. 6.

[9] ICC Baptisms, p. 58.

[10] ICC Baptisms, p. 69.

Joseph Friederich Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Alternative surname spellings: Frederick, Fredericks.

Joseph Friederich was born 5 March 1825 to Johann Friederich and Regina Schneider and died 8 December 1890 He was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[1] Joseph married Margareta Loefler on 8 August 1853.[2] Margareta was born about 1835 in Germany.[3]

The family lived in Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.[4]

Children of Joseph Friederich and Margareta Loefler, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Maria Friederich born 15 April 1855.[5]
  2. Johann Adam Friedrich born 30 April 1862.[6]
  3. Samuel Friederich born about 1865.[7]
  4. Catharine Friederich born 28 May 1867.[8] She died 25 November 1882 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[9]
  5. Joseph Friederich born 5 June 1869.[10]
  6. Margaretha Friederich born 15 May 1871.[11]

[1] For birth, see ICC Family Book, no. 42. For death and burial, see ICC Cemetery, p. 39.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 136.

[3] 1870 U.S. Census, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 2-3, dwelling 13, family 13, Joseph Frederick household.

[4] 1870 U.S. Census, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 2-3, dwelling 13, family 13, Joseph Frederick household.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 19.

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 47.

[7] 1870 U.S. Census, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 2-3, dwelling 13, family 13, Joseph Frederick household.

[8] ICC Baptisms, p. 63.

[9] ICC Cemetery, p. 25.

[10] ICC Baptisms, p. 68.

[11] ICC Baptisms, p. 73.

Simon Friederich Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Alternative surname spellings: Frederick, Fredericks.

Simon “Samuel” Friederich was born 31 October 1823 to Johann Friederich and Regina Schneider.[1] Simon married Maria Raible in Williamsport.[2] Maria was born 12 August 1831 to Georg Raible and Euphrosina Feinder.[3]

The family lived in Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.[4]

Children of Simon Friederich and Maria Raible, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Johann Friederich born 28 March 1857.[5]
  2. Georg Friedrich born 12 January 1859.[6]
  3. Joseph Friedrich born 26 August 1860.[7]
  4. Thomas Friederich born 28 December 1862.[8]
  5. William Smith (adopted son) born about 1869.[9]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 169.

[3] ICC Family Book, no. 74.

[4] 1860 U.S. Census, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 54, dwelling 349, family 349, Saml Frederick household.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 27.

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 35.

[7] ICC Baptisms, p. 42.

[8] ICC Baptisms, p. 50.

[9] 1880 U.S. Census, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, PA, ED 61, p. 16, dwelling 133, family 140, Samuel Frederick household.

Johann Friederich Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Alternative surname spellings: Frederick, Fredericks.

Johann Friederich was born 30 September 1794. He was the son of Johannes Friederich and Jedda Binderin. Johann married Regina or Rachel Schneider on 18 February 1822. Regina was born 7 September 1792 to Joseph Schneider and Anna Latus and died 23 April 1855 of a fever.[1]

In 1850, they lived in Susquehanna Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.[3]

Children of Johann Friederich and Regina Scheider:

  1. Simon Friederich born 31 October 1823.[4]
  2. Joseph Friederich born 5 March 1825.[5]
  3. Rosina Friederich born 1 September 1826.[6] She married Hugh Blank on 11 October 1852.

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

[3] 1850 U.S. Census, Susquehanna Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 654 (penned), dwelling 31, John Frederick household.

[4] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

[5] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

[6] ICC Family Book, no. 42.

Philipp Finkler Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Philipp Finkler married Johanna Lorson.[1]

Children of Philipp Finkler and Johanna Lorson:

  1. Joseph Finkler born 2 March 1855.[2]
  2. Petros Finkler born 26 November 1856.[3]
  3. Anna Finkler born 25 February 1858.[4]
  4. Joannetta Finkler born 22 October 1860..[5]
  5. Johannes Finkler born 28 March 1864.[6]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 142.

[2] ICC Baptisms, p. 18.

[3] ICC Baptisms, p. 27.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 36.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 42.

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 54.

Jonas Felix Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Jonathan “Jonas” Felix was born 17 April 1844 in Pennsylvania to Peter Felix and Maria Eck.[1] He married Solome Bardo on 27 October 1868.[2] Solome was born April 1846 in Pennsylvania.[3]

Children of Jonathan Felix and Solome Bardo, all born in Pennsylvania, were:

  1. Ida Venetta Felix born 16 May 1870.[4]
  2. Henry Richard Felix born 13 October 1871.[5] He died 3 March 1872 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[6]
  3. Wilhelm Herman Felix born 31 July 1873.[7] He died 5 April 1875 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[8]
  4. Ruben Phares Felix born 17 July 1876.[9]
  5. Catharina Salome Felix born 7 July 1880.[10]
  6. Jonas August Felix born 28 February 1883.[11]
  7. Lithe Felix born February 1890.[12]

 

[1] ICC Baptisms, p. 5.

[2] ICC Marriages, p. 14.

[3] 1900 U.S. Census, Williamsport, Lycoming County, PA, ED 92, sheet 9A, dwelling 202, family 215, Jonas Felix household.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 72.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 74.

[6] ICC Cemetery, p. 27.

[7] ICC Baptisms, p. 79.

[8] ICC Cemetery, p. 27.

[9] ICC Baptisms, p. 92.

[10] ICC Baptisms, p. 101.

[11] ICC Baptisms, p. 106.

[12] 1900 U.S. Census, Williamsport, Lycoming County, PA, ED 92, sheet 9A, dwelling 202, family 215, Jonas Felix household.

Peter Felix Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Peter Felix was born 13 June 1816 in Wins, Doller. He was the son of Jakob Felix and Barbara Kins. Peter married Maria Eck on 1 February 1840. Maria was born 20 May 1816.[1] She was the daughter of Joseph Eck and Maria Bauer.[2]

The family lived in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. Peter was a cabinetmaker.[3]

Children of Peter Felix and Maria Eck, all born in Pennsylvania, were:

  1. Joseph Felix born 17 July 1840.[4]
  2. Wilhelm Felix born 19 September 1841.[5] He died 17 January 1843 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[6]
  3. Sarah Felix born 30 October 1842.[7] She married Jakob Bauer on 10 September 1861.[8]
  4. Jonathan “Jonas” Felix born 18 April 1844.[9]
  5. Maria Felix born 25 December 1846.[10]
  6. Jacob Felix born 4 September 1847.[11] He died in 1848 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[12]
  7. Simon Peter Felix born 16 March 1850.[13]
  8. Reuben Felix born about 1852.
  9. Henricus Felix born 15 February 1855.[14]
  10. Emanuel Ferres Felix born 1 November 1858.[15]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 43.

[2] ICC Family Book, no. 36.

[3] 1850 U.S. Census, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 561 (penned), dwelling 67, family 67, Peter Felex household.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 1.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 3.

[6] ICC Cemetery, p. 27.

[7] ICC Baptisms, p. 4.

[8] ICC Marriages, p. 11.

[9] ICC Baptisms, p. 5.

[10] ICC Family Book, no. 43.

[11] ICC Baptisms, p. 9.

[12] ICC Deaths, p. 1.

[13] ICC Family Book, no. 43. [Godmother identified as “Susanna Anst”.]

[14] ICC Baptisms, p. 19.

[15] ICC Baptisms, p. 35.

Johann Engler Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Johann Engler was born 26 February 1841 in Pennsylvania to Johann Engler and Margaretha Hamm and died 2 February 1901.[1] He married Magdalena Eiswirth on 13 May 1870. Witnesses were Lorenz Eiswirth and Peter Hamm.[2] Magdalena was born 3 September 1848 to Lorenz Eiswirth and Anna Maria Dietrich and died 23 November 1906.[3] They were buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[4]

Children of Johann Engler and Magdalena Eiswirth, all born in Pennsylvania, were:

  1. Margaret Anna Engler born 30 May 1879.[5]
  2. Joseph Johann Engler born 17 March 1884.[6]
  3. Edward J. Engler born October 1887.[7]
  4. Harry W. Engler born October 1887.[8]

[1] ICC Cemetery, p. 34.

[2] ICC Marriages, p. 15.

[3] For birth see, ICC Baptisms, p. 12. For death, see ICC Cemetery, p. 34.

[4] ICC Cemetery, p. 34.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 94.

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 110.

[7] 1900 U.S. Census, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, PA, ED 52, sheet 11B, dwelling 212, family 216, John Engler household.

[8] 1900 U.S. Census, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, PA, ED 52, sheet 11B, dwelling 212, family 216, John Engler household.

Johann Engler Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Johann Engler was born about 1820 to Jakob Engler and Elisabeth Dietner. He married  Margaretha Hamm on 31 December 1839 in Kraizwald, Department Mosel, France. Margaretha was born about 1821 to Georg Hamm and Margaretha Braun.[1]

The family lived in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania in 1850.[2]

Children of Johann Engler and Margaretha Hamm, were:

  1. Johann Engler born 26 February 1841.[3]
  2. Magdalena Engler born about 1846.[4]
  3. Eva Engler[5]
  4. Peter Engler[6]
  5. Joseph Engler born 26 October 1850.[7]
  6. Maria Engler born 21 April 1852.[8]
  7. Elisabeth Engler born 31 October 1856.[9]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 39.

[2] 1850 U.S. Census, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 569 (penned), dwelling 129, family 129, John Ingler household.

[3] ICC Cemetery, p. 34.

[4] 1850 U.S. Census, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, PA, p. 569 (penned), dwelling 129, family 129, John Ingler household.

[5] ICC Family Book, no. 39.

[6] ICC Family Book, no. 39.

[7] ICC Family Book, no. 39.

[8] ICC Family Book, no. 39.

[9] ICC Baptisms, p. 26.