Norman Charles Waldron

M, #6, b. 7 April 1920, d. 13 September 2003
Last Edited=16 March 2016
Norman Waldron
     Norman Charles Waldron was born on 7 Apr 1920 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2 He was the son of Joseph Waldron and Anna Matilda Dammeyer. He married Virginia Anna Both, daughter of William August Both and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg, on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.3,4 Norman Charles Waldron died on 13 Sep 2003 at Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, at age 83.5,6 He was interred on 18 Sep 2003 at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York, Section H/1 Site A/30.7
     Norman Charles Waldron lived at 38 Midlawn Drive, Massapequa, Nassau County, New York. He was described as 200 pounds, 6 feet, 1 inches. His nick name was Norm. Norman, Anna Matilda Dammeyer's child, resided with Anna, at 221 Heyward Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, bt 1925 - 1930.8,9 At about age 10 he and his mother moved from 221 Heyward Street in Brooklyn to Richmond Hill in Queens County. They lived in an apartment above a butcher shop at 113-15 Liberty Avenue between 113th Street and 114th Street. His grandparents, Charles and Lina Dammeyer lived only a short distance away on114th Street.

His mother and Aunt Carrie purchased a small lot in Carmel, New York in the 1930's (?) for $59 and had an unheated bungalow built in it for $1,000. The family would visit during the summer and on holidays like Thanksgiving. It was finally sold when the war started, as there was nobody to go there any more.

Norman was inducted into the U.S. Army on 27 November 1942, and during World War II he served as a gunner on a B-24 bomber (named El Flako), in the 453rd Bomber Group of the 8th Air Force. He arrived in England the day before D-Day, June 6, 1944. He reached the rank of Staff Sergeant, and after returning from overseas served as an instructor in Laredo, Texas from January to October 1945. Virginia joined him in Laredo in April. They drove from New York to Laredo in a 1934 Ford that needed to have its brakes adjusted every couple of hundred miles, since they were operated by cables (not hydraulically as in newer cars).

Norman received an Honorable discharge on 17 October 1945. After the war he returned to work for the National Process Company (NAPCO) in New York City as an Apprentice Stripper (that's in the printing business). He ultimately worked for Floral Park Printing for many years as their Stripper, before retiring in 1985. The family moved from Richmond Hill to Massapequa, Long Island in March 1952.10 Norman was confirmed at age 13 on 19 Jun 1933 at Ozone Park, Queens County, New York, at St. James Lutheran Church. 11.12,13 He was graduated on 19 Jan 1938 at John Adams High School, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.14 He began military service on 27 Nov 1942 at Camp Upton, Yaphank, Suffolk County, New York.15
From April through October 1945, Jinny & Norman lived in Laredo, Texas, where he was stationed. When she and Norman returned from Texas, they moved into the third floor at 113-17 103rd Avenue, with her grandmother Sophie Bieg. In 1946 Sophie moved in with her daughter Elizabeth Wubbenhorst, and Jinny & Norm later moved down to the first floor when it became vacant.16 He ended military service on 17 Oct 1945 at Laredo Army Air Force, Laredo, Texas, after serving in the 2126th Army Air Force on a B-24 bomber over Europe, and as a gunnery instructor. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross "For extraordinary achievement, while serving as Top Turret Gunner of B-24 airplane on many bombardment missions over enemy occupied Continental Europe. Displaying great courage and skill, this Enlisted Man, fighting from his gun position has warded off many enemy attacks and has materially aided in the successful completion of each of these missions. The courage, coolness and exceptional skill displayed by this Enlisted Man, on all these occasions reflect the highest credit upon himselve and the Armed Forces of the United States. 453rd Bombardment Group (H.)15" Norman was employed as a printer at Floral Park Printing at Floral Park, Nassau County, New York, from about 1950 to 1985.2

Citations

  1. [S684] German Genealogy Group, NYC Birth Index, 1901-1907, FHL Film # 1322466, 1920 Kings County Birth Certificate #14950.
  2. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates.
  3. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  4. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.
  5. [S1684] Social Security Death Index, NORMAN C WALDRON; b. Apr 7, 1920; d. Sep 13, 2003; SSN 077-12-2131, Issued NY; Residence Massapequa,Nassau, New York.
  6. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  7. [S770] Nationwide Gravesite Locator, online http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1, Waldron, Norman, Calverton National Cemetery.
  8. [S1910] Anna Waldron, 1925 NY State Census.
  9. [S643] Anna Waldron entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S573] Norman Waldron interview, various dates.
  11. The St. James Lutheran Church was still there in 1996, located at 104-35 105th Street, Ozone Park, New YorkY, but has since been combined with another church and is now the St. James-St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, located at 119-15 135th Avenue, South Ozone Park.
  12. [S1705] Recorded on front leaf of Norman Waldron's hymnal.
  13. [S800] Rev. Micah Stumme, to Mark Waldron, Letter references the official record book of St. James Lutheran Church in Ozone Park, NY, page 24.
  14. [S2016] Clipper Yearbook.
  15. [S1778] "Honorable Discharge."
  16. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates, Interviewed 17 June 2012.

Virginia Anna Both

F, #7, b. 19 November 1919, d. 1 October 2016
Last Edited=27 October 2016
Virginia Anna (Both) Waldron
     Virginia Anna Both was born on 19 Nov 1919 in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.1,2 She was the daughter of William August Both and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg. She married Norman Charles Waldron on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.3,4 Virginia Anna Both died on 1 Oct 2016 at Bethpage, Nassau County, New York, at age 96.5 She was buried at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York, Section H/1 Site A/30.6
     She was born in the front bedroom of her grandmother Bieg's home at 113-17 103rd Avenue, and moved across the street when two week old to the house at 113-04 103rd Avenue that her parents had purchased.7 Her nick name was Jinny.8 She resided with William August Both at 113-04 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930.9 As of 10 Dec 1944,her married name was Waldron.
Epiphany Episcopal Church: On the south side of 103rd Avenue between 103rd and 104th Streets. The church began in 1888 as a mission organized from the diocese in Garden City and the first service was held in a club house on 101st St. Ex-Gov. McCormick donated four lots on the corner of 103rd St. & 103rd Ave. in the same year and a church building was erected at a cost of $3500. The bishop consecrated the new structure in May 1889. A parish house was built in 1897. In December 1904 the status of Epiphany Episcopal was elevated by being legally incorporated as a parish. In 1905 a large 10-room house on a lot 50 x 100 was purchased for use as a parsonage. The parish sold this house in 1923 and built a new parish house and rectory in the same year and in 1929 a whole
new church was built. On New Year's Eve in 1934 a disastrous fire gutted the new church and it had to be wholly
rebuilt the following year.
The rectors have been:
1891-1892     Charles H. Jessup
1892-1894     William P. Bird
1894-               Rev. Hegeman
1894-1895     Rev. Fitch
1895-1896     Rev. Lawrence
1896-1899     Cathedral supply
1899-1901     Robert P. Kreitler
1901-1904     John Tilley
1904-1906     Stuart Crocker
1907-1909     John W. Burras
1910-1914     George E. Baker
1914-1917     Herbert E. Covell
1917-1922     Cathedral supply
1922-1938     James W. Tripp

[from: Seyfried, Vincent F., The Story of Woodhaven and Ozone Park, n.pub, page 101]
http://digitalarchives.queenslibrary.org/vital/access/services/Download/aql:61/SOURCE1?view=true.

From April through October 1945, Jinny & Norman lived in Laredo, Texas, where he was stationed. When she and Norman returned from Texas, they moved into the third floor at 113-17 103rd Avenue, with her grandmother Sophie Bieg. In 1946 Sophie moved in with her daughter Elizabeth Wubbenhorst, and Jinny & Norm later moved down to the first floor when it became vacant.7 In March of 1952 Jinny & Norm moved their family to Massapequa in Nassau County. Her parents then purchased the house at 113-17 103rd Avenue and moved into it.8 Virginia Anna Both was described as 120 pounds, 5 feet, 2 inches. Virginia was employed as a library clerk in at the Plainedge Public Library at Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, June 1964 to October 1988.2

Citations

  1. [S684] German Genealogy Group, NYC Birth Index, 1901-1907, FHL Film # 1322466, 1920 Queens County Birth Certificate #[unreadable].
  2. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates.
  3. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  4. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.
  5. [S10] William Waldron, Death Certificate No. 83, Queens Co., NY,.
  6. [S2155] Virginia Waldron, Death Certificate Town of Oyster Bay, Record District No. 2952, Register No. 1420,.
  7. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates, Interviewed 17 June 2012.
  8. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  9. [S642] William Both entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.

Joseph Waldron

M, #10, b. 13 May 1886, d. 29 October 1924
Last Edited=27 January 2015
Joseph Waldron
     Joseph Waldron was born on 13 May 1886 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell. Joseph Waldron married Elizabeth George on 26 Sep 1905 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.6,7 Joseph Waldron and Elizabeth George were divorced on 18 Jul 1917 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.8 He married Anna Matilda Dammeyer, daughter of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein, on 11 Aug 1917 at St. Matthews German Lutheran Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Joseph and Anna were married in the St. Matthews German Evangelical Church (Lutheran) at 197 North 5th Street in Brooklyn, by Pastor G. Sommer.9,5 Joseph Waldron died on 29 Oct 1924 at the Brooklyn Home for Consumptives, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 38. From pulmonary tuberculosis.10 He was interred on 2 Nov 1924 at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Lot No. 10361, Section 45.11,10
     He resided with William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell at 114 Spencer Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1892.12 Joseph Waldron resided with William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell at 510 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900. Joseph was working as a carpenter at age 14.13 Joseph Waldron resided with Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron at 96 Stockton Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.14 He was the best man at Florence Annie Tricker and Benjamin Franklin Waldron's wedding on 2 Jan 1909 at 135 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.15 Joseph Waldron and Elizabeth George lived at 684 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.7 Joseph was employed as a laborer in 1915.16 He and Elizabeth George lived at 25 Park Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1915. Joseph was a truck driver.17 Joseph Waldron lived with Elizabeth F. Daniell in 1915 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.16 Joseph Waldron was described as having brown hair and brown eyes at age 32. in 1917.5 Joseph was employed as a ship builder (or fitter) at the Brooklyn Navy Yard at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1917 - 1918.18,5 He lived at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1918 - 1920.19,18 Joseph was employed as a teamster at New York until 1924.10

Child of Joseph Waldron and Anna Matilda Dammeyer

Citations

  1. [S295] Joseph Waldron, New York City Draft Board No. 30, b. 13 May 1886.
  2. [S1889] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Waldron - Lizzie George, Sept 26, 1905, Age 21 [b. c. 1884].
  3. [S39] William Waldron entry, 1900 U.S. Census, Age 14, b. Oct 1885, NY.
  4. [S1890] 1915 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, unknown record info, Age 28 [b. c. 1887].
  5. [S9] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Waldron - Anna Matilda Dammeyer, 11 Aug 1917.
  6. [S1889] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Waldron - Lizzie George, Sept 26, 1905.
  7. [S627] Joseph Waldron entry, 1910 U.S. Census.
  8. [S628] Marriage License, Joseph Waldron - Anna M. Dammeyer, 6 Aug 1917, Attached divorce decree.
  9. [S8] Joseph Waldron to Anna Matilda Dammeyer, Marriage Certificate.
  10. [S6] Joseph Waldron, Death Certificate No. 19579, Kings Co., NY,.
  11. [S7] Lot 10361, Burial list dated 30 June 1994.
  12. [S1389] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 21, page no. 17.
  13. [S39] William Waldron entry, 1900 U.S. Census.
  14. [S1970] 1905 New York State Census, Kings County, New York, Election Dist. 13, A. D. 6, page no. 17.
  15. [S176] Benjamin Waldron & Florence Tricker, Marriage Certificate.
  16. [S136] Elizabeth Waldron entry, 1915 NY State Census.
  17. [S1890] 1915 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, unknown record info.
  18. [S295] Joseph Waldron, New York City Draft Board No. 30.
  19. [S137] Joseph Waldron entry, 1920 U.S. Census.

Anna Matilda Dammeyer

F, #11, b. 1 October 1893, d. 24 June 1976
Last Edited=29 March 2015
Anna (Dammeyer) Waldron, 1918
     Anna Matilda Dammeyer was born on 1 Oct 1893 at 29 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 She was the daughter of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein. She married Joseph Waldron on 11 Aug 1917 at St. Matthews German Lutheran Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Joseph and Anna were married in the St. Matthews German Evangelical Church (Lutheran) at 197 North 5th Street in Brooklyn, by Pastor G. Sommer.2,3 Anna Matilda Dammeyer died on 24 Jun 1976 at Daleview Nursing Home, Farmingdale, Nassau County, New York, at age 82.4 She was cremated at Washington Memorial Park, Coram, Suffolk County, New York.4 In 2007 a memorial stone was placed in the Memorial Garden at the Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, Kings Park, Suffolk County, New York.5
     She resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.6 Anna Matilda Dammeyer resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.7 Anna was employed as an operator in "Collars & Cuffs" at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.8 Anna, Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.8 As of 11 Aug 1917,her married name was Waldron. Anna, as Joseph Waldron's wife, resided with him, at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1918 - 1920.9,10 Anna was employed as a seamstress at the Trio Foundation Company at Long Island, New York. She and Norman Charles Waldron lived at 221 Heyward Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, bt 1925 - 1930.11,12 Anna was employed as a seamstress at Nemo, makers of ladies girdles at Van Wyck Blvd, Queens County, New York.13 She lived at 104-57 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, from about 1944 to 1960.5 Anna, as the mother of the groom, attended Virginia Anna Both and Norman Charles Waldron's wedding on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.14,15

Child of Anna Matilda Dammeyer and Joseph Waldron

Citations

  1. [S347] Anna Matilda Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S8] Joseph Waldron to Anna Matilda Dammeyer, Marriage Certificate.
  3. [S9] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Waldron - Anna Matilda Dammeyer, 11 Aug 1917.
  4. [S889] Anna D. Waldron, Verified Transcript from Register of Deaths, Village of Farmingdale, New York, No. 18,.
  5. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  6. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  7. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  8. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  9. [S137] Joseph Waldron entry, 1920 U.S. Census.
  10. [S295] Joseph Waldron, New York City Draft Board No. 30.
  11. [S1910] Anna Waldron, 1925 NY State Census.
  12. [S643] Anna Waldron entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  13. [S573] Norman Waldron interview, various dates, 16 Feb 2002.
  14. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  15. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.

William August Both1

M, #12, b. 18 September 1893, d. 19 February 1987
Last Edited=4 January 2016
William August Both
     William August Both was born on 18 Sep 1893 at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.2,3,4 He was the son of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer. William August Both was baptized on 25 Dec 1893 at Evangelistic Lutheran Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, by Pastor Martin C. Seeger.5 He married Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg, daughter of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor, on 30 Jul 1917 at St. Mary's Rectory, Dunton, Queens County, New York.6 William August Both died on 19 Feb 1987 at Parkview Nursing Home, Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, at age 93.7 He was cremated on 20 Feb 1987 at the L.I. Crematory, West Babylon, Suffolk County, New York.7 In 2007 a memorial stone was placed in the Memorial Garden at the Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, Kings Park, Suffolk County, New York.1
     He resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.8 William August Both resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.9 William was employed in various positions at the Long Island Railroad at Jamaica, Queens County, New York, fr 1907 - 1958.10,11 William started working for the Long Island Railroad at the age of 13½ -- he fibbed about how old he was. He started in 1907 as a messenger boy, and worked his way through various positions -- clerk, supervisor, civil defense director, and special representative. William retired from the Long Island Railroad on 01 Oct 1958 after 47 years of service. William served in the New York Guard, 13th Coast Artillery Corps., and was made a Sergeant on 30 Dec 1918. He started working for the Long Island Railroad from August to October 1907 as a messenger; then again from October 1911 through October 1916. From November 1917 through September 1918 he was employed as a clerk, and from then through January 1924 as a "material man."12 He resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.13 William August Both resided with Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.14 William was employed as a foreman at the Long Island Railroad Morris Park Yard fr Jan 1924 - Dec 1936.12 He and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg lived at 113-04 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930. The house was valued at $7,000 in the 1930 census.15 William August Both appears in a group photo a 1940 with [w1]. He lived at 113-04 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1942.11 William, as the father of the bride, attended Virginia Anna Both and Norman Charles Waldron's wedding on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.16,17 William August Both and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg lived in Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, from about 1976 on.1

Children of William August Both and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg

Citations

  1. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  2. [S66] William Both, Birth Certificate.
  3. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 12 [b. c. 1893] US.
  4. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 22 [b. c. 1893] US.
  5. [S2017] Both, William A., Railroad Retirement Board record, , Description of birth evidence submitted.
  6. [S67] Marriage Certificate, William Both - Wilhelmina Bieg, 30 Jul 1917.
  7. [S4] William Both, Death Certificate No. 285, district 2952,.
  8. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  9. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  10. [S175] , Both, William A., LIRR Article.
  11. [S625] Draft Record, Box 14, William Both card.
  12. [S2017] Both, William A., Railroad Retirement Board record,.
  13. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  14. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  15. [S642] William Both entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  16. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  17. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.

Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg1,2

F, #13, b. 19 March 1897, d. 31 December 1986
Last Edited=1 January 2015
Minnie Both in 1923
     Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg was born on 19 Mar 1897 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3 She was the daughter of Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor. She was baptized on 7 Nov 1897 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at St. George's Episcopal Church.4 She married William August Both on 30 Jul 1917 at St. Mary's Rectory, Dunton, Queens County, New York.1 Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg died on 31 Dec 1986 at Parkview Nursing Home, Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, at age 89.5 She was cremated on 1 Jan 1987 at the L.I. Crematory, West Babylon, Suffolk County, New York.5 In 2007 a memorial stone was placed in the Memorial Garden at the Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, Kings Park, Suffolk County, New York.2
     Wilhelmina, Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor's child, resided with Frederick and Sophia at 191 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1897.4 Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg was also known as Minnie Sophie Bieg. She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at 134 Putnam Avenue, Queens County, New York, in 1900.6 Until the age of eight, she attended a German language school.7 Wilhelmina, Elizabeth, Christina and Anna, Frederick Bieg's child, resided with Frederick, at 56 Bandman Avenue, Queens County, New York, on 29 Apr 1910. Wilhelmina Klotz was a boarder in their home in 1910..8 Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg lived at Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1912.9 She appears in a group photo a 1915 at Hook Creek, Queens County, New York. She resided with Frederick Bieg and Sophia Wilhelmina Tutor at Bandman Ave corner Baltic Street, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, in 1915.10 She was living at Kimball Avenue in Richmond Hill at the time of her marriage to William Both.1 Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg was employed by the Fred Bieg Box Company as Treasurer in 1917.11 As of 30 Jul 1917,her married name was Both.1 Wilhelmina, as William August Both's wife, resided with him, at 113-04 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930. The house was valued at $7,000 in the 1930 census..12 Wilhelmina was employed as a registrar at Local Draft Board 279 at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1942. She signed the draft record of her husband, William.13 She appears in a group photo in 1944. Wilhelmina, as the mother of the bride, attended Virginia Anna Both and Norman Charles Waldron's wedding on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.14,15 Wilhelmina was employed as a clerk at the Selective Service System at Jamaica, Queens County, New York, fr 1949 - May 1954.16 She and William August Both lived in Massapequa, Nassau County, New York, from about 1976 on.2

Children of Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg and William August Both

Citations

  1. [S67] Marriage Certificate, William Both - Wilhelmina Bieg, 30 Jul 1917.
  2. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  3. [S2] Minnie Bieg, Birth Certificate.
  4. [S1] Minnie Bieg Extract from Register of Baptisms issued 22 Oct 1942.
  5. [S3] Wilhelmina Both, Death Certificate No. 1979, district 2952,.
  6. [S350] Frederick Bieg entry, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  7. [S142] Virginia Waldron interview, various dates, 08 July 2007.
  8. [S355] Frederick Bieg, 1910 U.S. Census.
  9. [S230] Wilhelmina Bieg, school grade report.
  10. [S125] 1915 New York State Census, Jamaica, Queens County, New York; Election District 25; Assembly District 4; Page 49.
  11. [S1882] New York City Directory (Bieg).
  12. [S642] William Both entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  13. [S625] Draft Record, William Both draft card, Box 14.
  14. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  15. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.
  16. [S150] Wilhelmina S. Both, Selective Service System Certificate of Appreciation for five years of service.

William Frederick Both1

M, #14, b. 5 February 1918, d. 10 October 2006
Last Edited=6 June 2015
William F. Both ca. 1942
     William Frederick Both was born on 5 Feb 1918 at Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, Queens County, New York.2,1 He was the son of William August Both and Wilhelmina Sophia Bieg. He was baptized at Forest Hills, Queens County, New York, at an Episcopal Church.1 He married Caroline Lilian Hrcsko, daughter of Samuel Hrcsko and Karoline Durgla, on 25 Jun 1947 at Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland.1 He married Rose Benigno, daughter of George Benigno, on 21 Oct 1991 at Our Lady of Lordes Roman Catholic Church, West Islip, Suffolk County, New York.3,1 William Frederick Both died on 10 Oct 2006 at Southside Hospital, Bay Shore, Suffolk County, New York, at age 88.4 He was buried on 13 Oct 2006 at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York, Section 32, Site 363.4
     William Frederick Both lived at 955 Gardner Lane, Bay Shore, Suffolk County, New York. William was employed as a electrician at Long Island Railroad at Queens County, New York.1 He resided with William August Both at 113-04 103rd Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1930.5 William was confirmed in Feb 1932 at Ozone Park, Queens County, New York, at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue.1 He was an usher at Virginia Anna Both and Norman Charles Waldron's wedding on 10 Dec 1944 at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 103rd Street & 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens County, New York.6,7 Bill was a Mason for 66 years.4

Citations

  1. [S92] William F. Both, William Both-Caroline Hrcsko Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S532] William F. Both interview, 23 Jun 1996.
  3. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron, (I attended the wedding).
  4. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  5. [S642] William Both entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  6. [S528] Wedding photograph album of Norman & Virginia Waldron, examined by Mark Waldron on 17 Sep 1994.
  7. [S727] Marriage License, Virginia Anna Both - Norman Charles Waldron, 10 Dec 1944.

William Henry Waldron

M, #16, b. 27 August 1852, d. 4 January 1916
Last Edited=3 September 2017
William Henry Waldron ca. 1903
     William Henry Waldron was born on 27 Aug 1852 in New York City, New York County, New York.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 He was the son of Charles A. Waldron and Sarah Jane Miller. He was baptized on 18 Nov 1915 at New York City, New York, at Metropolitan Hospital shortly before his death. The baptism register gives his parents as Charles Waldron and Jane Waldron. The sponsor was Elizabeth Steinmetz.10 He married Elizabeth F. Daniell, daughter of George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper, on 13 Aug 1876 at the Willett St. Episcopal Church, New York City, New York County, New York.11,12 William Henry Waldron died on 4 Jan 1916 at St. Anthony's Hospital, Woodhaven, Queens County, New York, at age 63. The hospital was located between 91st and 89th Avenues on Woodhaven Boulevard, and was demolished in 2001.9 He was interred on 7 Jan 1916 at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Lot No. 10362, Section 45.13,9
     He resided with an unknown person in the 11th Ward, 4th District, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1855.14 He resided with Charles A. Waldron and Sarah Jane Miller in the 19th Ward, District 1, New York City, New York, in 1860.15 William was employed as a printer at New York City, New York County, New York, from 1870 until 1916.16,8,9 He resided with Charles A. Waldron and Sarah Jane Miller in Ward 13 District 5, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1870.16 William Henry Waldron resided with Charles A. Waldron Jr. and Sarah Jane Miller at 198 Sands Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in May 1875. William and his brother Charles worked in The City as painters in 1875.17,18 William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell lived at 170 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1880.6 It is interesting to note that in 1880 William and his father Charles lived on the same street in Brooklyn (Hudson Avenue). His occupation on his marriage record and in the 1870 and 1880 census is shown as printer. His granddaughter, Marilyn Gambardella, remembers hearing that he worked for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.19 William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell lived at 114 Spencer Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the 21st Ward in 1892.20 William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell lived at 510 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.8 William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell lived at 96 Stockton Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.21 William Waldron is buried in the cemetery plot adjacent to Elizabeth Waldron and Joseph Waldron, which lot was originally purchased by Eliza Cooper. She was Elizabeth Daniell's mother's, so it appears that Elizabeth is buried in the plot purchased by her father's family, while her husband is buried in the adjacent plot purchased by her mother's family (both lots were purchased at the same time in 1856).

Children of William Henry Waldron and Elizabeth F. Daniell

Citations

  1. [S258] Charles Waldron entry, 1855 New York State Census, Age 2 [b. bef. June 1853], NY Co.
  2. [S1722] Charles Waldron entry, 1875 New York State Census, at 200 Sands Street; Age 23 [b. c. 1852] New York City.
  3. [S1703] Charles Walden entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 7 [b. bef. June 1853], NY.
  4. [S1704] Charles Waldron entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Age 19 [b. bef. Jul 1851], NY.
  5. [S158] New York City Marriage Register, William H. Waldron - Elizabeth Daniell, 13 Aug 1876, Age next b.d. 24 [b. bef. 13 Aug 1853] NY.
  6. [S41] William Waldron entry, 1880 U. S. Federal Census.
  7. [S1389] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 21, page no. 17, Age 39 [b. c. 1853] US; name: William Waldron.
  8. [S39] William Waldron entry, 1900 U.S. Census.
  9. [S10] William Waldron, Death Certificate No. 83, Queens Co., NY,.
  10. [S2206] William Waldron Baptism Register issued 18 November 1915, [born 27 Aug 1852; parents: Charles Waldron & Jane Waldron].
  11. [S158] New York City Marriage Register, William H. Waldron - Elizabeth Daniell, 13 Aug 1876.
  12. [S550] Trows New York City Directory-1876, p. 19. The civil marriage record gave J. E. Searles as the minister. The Trows directory identified the church where Sears was the minister.
  13. [S241] Lot 10362, Burial list dated 16 Sep 1996.
  14. [S258] Charles Waldron entry, 1855 New York State Census.
  15. [S1703] Charles Walden entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Ward 19, Div. 1, pg. 486.
  16. [S1704] Charles Waldron entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  17. [S414] Marriage Return, Charles A. Waldron - Julia Smith, 16 May 1875.
  18. [S1722] Charles Waldron entry, 1875 New York State Census, at 200 Sands Street; Age 58 [b. c. 1817] Orange County, NY; Block Maker, in "City."
  19. [S70] Marilyn Gambardella, Benjamin Waldron - Florence Tricker Family Group Sheet.
  20. [S1389] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 21, page no. 17.
  21. [S1970] 1905 New York State Census, Kings County, New York, Election Dist. 13, A. D. 6, page no. 17.
  22. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Margaret Isdell; [Margaret Waldron]; b. 10 Mar 1888, Brooklyn Kin, New York; Father: William H Waldron; Mother: Elizabeth Dannels; Type of Claim: Original SSN.

Elizabeth F. Daniell1,2

F, #17, b. 6 January 1853, d. 27 March 1942
Last Edited=18 December 2016
Elizabeth (Daniell) Waldron, 1935
     Elizabeth F. Daniell was born on 6 Jan 1853 at New York City, New York County, New York.3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,2 She was the daughter of George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper. She married William Henry Waldron on 13 Aug 1876 at the Willett St. Episcopal Church, New York City, New York County, New York.12,13 Elizabeth F. Daniell died on 27 Mar 1942 at Queens County, New York, at age 89.2 She was interred on 30 Mar 1942 at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Lot No. 10361, Section 45.14,2
     George and Elizabeth, George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper's children, resided with George and Margaret Ward 15, at New York City, New York County, New York, in 1855.15 Elizabeth F. Daniell resided with George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper in the 14th Ward (2nd District), New York City, New York County, New York, in 1860.16 Elizabeth F. Daniell resided with George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1865.17 Elizabeth F. Daniell resided with George F. Daniell and Margaret A. Cooper in New York City, New York County, New York, in 1870.6 As of 13 Aug 1876,her married name was Waldron.12 Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron lived at 170 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1880.8 Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron lived at 114 Spencer Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the 21st Ward in 1892.18 Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron lived at 510 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.10 Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron lived at 96 Stockton Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.19 Elizabeth F. Daniell lived at 102 Floyd Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.20 She lived at at 243 Harman Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1915.21 Edward Raymond Moran and Isabella Waldron lived at 359 Evergreen Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1920. They lived in the apartment adjacent to William and Margaret Isdell.22 William Augustus Isdell and Margaret Waldron lived at 109-54 Lefferts Blvd (119th Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, on 9 Apr 1930.23 Elizabeth lived with her daughter Margaret Isdell in her last years, at 109-54 Lefferts Blvd., Ozone Park, Queens, New York.2,24

Children of Elizabeth F. Daniell and William Henry Waldron

Citations

  1. [S158] New York City Marriage Register, William H. Waldron - Elizabeth Daniell, 13 Aug 1876, [gives middle initial of F].
  2. [S11] Elizabeth Waldron, death certificate Queens, Co., NY Cert. No.2524,.
  3. [S1867] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 15, 2nd Dist., Age 1 [b. c. 1854] NY; name: Elizabeth Daniels.
  4. [S257] George Daniel entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 7 [b. c. 1853] NY; name: Elizabeth Daniel.
  5. [S1893] 1865 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 5, page no. 18, Age 12 [b. c. 1853] New York Co.; name: Isabella Daniels.
  6. [S222] George Daniel entry, 1870 U.S. Federal Census.
  7. [S158] New York City Marriage Register, William H. Waldron - Elizabeth Daniell, 13 Aug 1876, Age next b.d. 27 [b. bef. 13 Aug 1849] NY.
  8. [S41] William Waldron entry, 1880 U. S. Federal Census.
  9. [S1389] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 21, page no. 17, Age 38 [b. c. 1854] US; name: Elizabeth Waldron.
  10. [S39] William Waldron entry, 1900 U.S. Census.
  11. [S1321] Elizabeth Waldron, 1910 U.S. Federal Census, Age 58 [b. c. 1852], NY.
  12. [S158] New York City Marriage Register, William H. Waldron - Elizabeth Daniell, 13 Aug 1876.
  13. [S550] Trows New York City Directory-1876, p. 19. The civil marriage record gave J. E. Searles as the minister. The Trows directory identified the church where Sears was the minister.
  14. [S7] Lot 10361, Burial list dated 30 June 1994.
  15. [S1867] 1855 New York State Census, New York County, New York, Ward 15, 2nd Dist.
  16. [S257] George Daniel entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Age 35 [b. ca. 1825], England; name: George Daniel; Ice Cartman.
  17. [S1893] 1865 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 5, page no. 18, Both married one time; Margaret the mother of 5 children.
  18. [S1389] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 2, Ward 21, page no. 17.
  19. [S1970] 1905 New York State Census, Kings County, New York, Election Dist. 13, A. D. 6, page no. 17.
  20. [S1321] Elizabeth Waldron, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  21. [S136] Elizabeth Waldron entry, 1915 NY State Census.
  22. [S696] Edward Moran entry, 1920 U.S. Census.
  23. [S652] William Esdell entry, 1930 U.S. Census.
  24. [S2170] Elizabeth Waldron, 1940 U.S. Federal Census.
  25. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Margaret Isdell; [Margaret Waldron]; b. 10 Mar 1888, Brooklyn Kin, New York; Father: William H Waldron; Mother: Elizabeth Dannels; Type of Claim: Original SSN.

Ernest August Karl Dammeyer1

M, #18, b. 11 January 1866, d. 4 August 1943
Last Edited=27 August 2015
Charles Dammeyer
     Ernest August Karl Dammeyer was born on 11 Jan 1866 in Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany.1,2,3 He was the son of Johann Hinrich Karl Dammeyer and Anna Karoline Louise Mindermann. He was baptized on 18 Feb 1866 at Geestendorf, Prussia, Germany, at Church of Geestendorf.1 He married Caroline Marie Stein, daughter of Peter Stein and Anna Kappelmann, on 8 Feb 1891 at Kings County, New York.4,5 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer died on 4 Aug 1943 at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, at age 77. Generalized arteriosclerosis.6,3 He was interred on 7 Aug 1943 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Queens County, New York, Lot No. 3936, Section H.7
     Ernest August Karl Dammeyer also went by the name of Charles Dammeyer. He immigrated in 1885 to New York [1930 census gives 1885 as his immigration year.].8,9,10,11 He lived at 92 Meserole Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1889, as a employed as a clerk.12 Charles was a stable foreman for the Continental Baking Company prior to his retirement.13 He lived at Calyer and Lorimer Streets, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1890, as a employed as a clerk.14 He and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1891.4 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1891.15 He petitioned the Kings County court to become a citizen on 28 Oct 1892 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.16,17,18 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 305 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1899. He was listed as a driver.19 He and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.20 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York,occupation driver, in 1905.21 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910. Charles was a listed in the 1910 census as married 19 years, age 44. He was born in Germany, immigrated in 1883, was naturalized, worked as a stableman in a bakery, and rented his home.22 Ernest was employed as a Stable foreman at Continental Baking Company at New York in 1915.23,24 He resided with Henry John Maas and Magdalene Domis in 15 Delta Place (now 66th St), Glendale, Queens County, New York, in 1915.25 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street.22,26,18 He and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.27 Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein lived at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, on 11 Apr 1930. He rented the house for $40 a month in 1930.5 Charles Dammeyer resided with Anna Caroline Koch at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, bt 1935 - 1940. Anna Caroline Koch <|and an unknown person > lived 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York> < (an unknown value)> .28 < (an unknown value)>

Children of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein

Citations

  1. [S5] Ernest August Karl Dammeyer Extract of Birth and Christening record issued 18 Feb 1866.
  2. [S1092] Erika Friedrichs and Klaus Friedrichs, Geestendorf Family Book, Vol. 1, pg. 118.
  3. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records.
  4. [S1273] Marriage Certificate, Ernst August K. Dammeyer - Caroline Marie Stein, 08 February 1891.
  5. [S640] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  6. [S47] Ernest A. C. Dammeyer, Death Certificate No. 6177, Queens, NYC Dept. of Health,.
  7. [S186] Ernest A. Dammeyer, burial transcript.
  8. [S45] Charles Dammeyer, Naturalization Court Order,, arrived under age 18; before Jan 1884.
  9. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census, arrived 1883.
  10. [S640] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census, arrived 1885.
  11. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census, arrived 1885.
  12. [S54] Lain's Brooklyn Directory, 1869 through 1903, 1889-90.
  13. [S573] Norman Waldron interview, various dates.
  14. [S54] Lain's Brooklyn Directory, 1869 through 1903, 1890-91.
  15. [S1497] Anna Caroline Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  16. [S44] Charles ammeyer, Naturalization Certificate,.
  17. [S45] Charles Dammeyer, Naturalization Court Order,.
  18. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  19. [S54] Lain's Brooklyn Directory, 1869 through 1903, 1889-1900.
  20. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  21. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  22. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  23. [S48] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1915 N.Y. State Census.
  24. [S46] Funeral invoice, Dammeyer, Chas.
  25. [S1819] Henry Maas entry, 1915 New York State Census.
  26. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  27. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Queens, New York; Election District: 48; Assembly District: 05; Page: 20-21.
  28. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York; ED 1704; Pg 8B.
  29. [S1114] Frieda D. Duane, Death Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 3141,.
  30. [S1709] Lillie Dammeyer, Death Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 20987,.
  31. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.

Caroline Marie Stein1

F, #19, b. 3 April 1870, d. 25 January 1936
Last Edited=5 April 2015
Lena Stein
     Caroline Marie Stein was born on 3 Apr 1870 in Altenbruch, Hannover, Germany.2,3,4 She was the daughter of Peter Stein and Anna Kappelmann. She married Ernest August Karl Dammeyer on 8 Feb 1891 at Kings County, New York.1,5 Caroline Marie Stein died on 25 Jan 1936 at 140-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, at age 65 coronary thrombosis.6,7 She was interred on 29 Jan 1936 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Queens County, New York, Lot No. 3936, Section H.8
     Caroline Marie Stein was also known as Lena Stein. She immigrated in 1885 [The 1910 census gives 1885, while the 1930 census gives 1887 as her immigration year.].9,5 She and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1891.1 As of 8 Feb 1891,her married name was Dammeyer. Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1891.10 Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.11 Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York,occupation driver, in 1905.12 My father, Norman Waldron, told me a story about his grandmother Lena when they lived on the third story of a tenement on Rutledge Street. It seems that in Germany she had never seen a tomato. When the vegetable seller brought his horse-drawn cart by the street she saw them from the third floor and thought they were apples. He sent the tomatoes up to her in a dumbwaiter device. When they arrived she thought they were soft, rotten apples. She was so angry that she heated the change to pay for them on the stove and threw it down to him so he would burn his hands when he caught it. Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910. Charles was a listed in the 1910 census as married 19 years, age 44. He was born in Germany, immigrated in 1883, was naturalized, worked as a stableman in a bakery, and rented his home.9 According to the 1910 census Lena was married 19 years, age 40. She was born in Germany, immigrated in 1885, and had six children, five of them living at the time.9 Caroline, as Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's wife, resided with him 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street..9,13,14 Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.15 Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer lived at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, on 11 Apr 1930. He rented the house for $40 a month in 1930.5

Children of Caroline Marie Stein and Ernest August Karl Dammeyer

Citations

  1. [S1273] Marriage Certificate, Ernst August K. Dammeyer - Caroline Marie Stein, 08 February 1891.
  2. [S1273] Marriage Certificate, Ernst August K. Dammeyer - Caroline Marie Stein, 08 February 1891, Age 21 in 1891 [b. c. 1870] in Altenbruct [sp?], Hannover.
  3. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records, Geestemünde [?].
  4. [S184] Lena Dammeyer, Death Certificate Queens Co. No. 757,, born April 3, 1870, Germany.
  5. [S640] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  6. [S184] Lena Dammeyer, Death Certificate Queens Co. No. 757,.
  7. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records.
  8. [S185] Lena Dammeyer, burial transcript.
  9. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S1497] Anna Caroline Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  11. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  12. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  13. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  14. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  15. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Queens, New York; Election District: 48; Assembly District: 05; Page: 20-21.
  16. [S1114] Frieda D. Duane, Death Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 3141,.
  17. [S1709] Lillie Dammeyer, Death Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 20987,.
  18. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.

Anna Caroline Dammeyer

F, #20, b. 10 July 1891, d. 6 November 1958
Last Edited=12 August 2017
     Anna Caroline Dammeyer was born on 10 Jul 1891 at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein. She married Charles Koch on 15 Apr 1922 at 34 Prospect Avenue, Queens County, New York. They were married by Rev. John Stetz. According to the family, this marriage did not last very long.4 Anna Caroline Dammeyer and Charles Koch were divorced b 1925.5 Anna Caroline Dammeyer died on 6 Nov 1958 at Kew Gardens General Hospital, Kew Gardens, Queens County, New York, at age 67.6,2 She was interred on 10 Nov 1958 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Queens County, New York, Lot No. 3936, Section H.7
     Anna, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 405 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1891.1 Her common name was Carrie.8 Anna Caroline Dammeyer resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.9 Anna Caroline Dammeyer resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.10 Anna, Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.11 Anna was employed as an operator in "Collars & Cuffs". at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.11 Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's child, resided with Ernest at 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street..11,12,13 As of 15 Apr 1922,her married name was Koch. Anna Caroline Dammeyer was employed by Lily of France, makers of brassieres.14 She resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.5 Anna was employed as a seamstress at New York. She worked for a maker of beach wear..15 She lived with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein on 11 Apr 1930 at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.16 Anna Caroline Koch lived at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, bt 1935 - 1940.17

Citations

  1. [S1497] Anna Caroline Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records.
  3. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Caroline Dammeyer, b. 10 Jul 1891; Claim Date: 7 Dec 1956; Type of Claim: Life Claim.
  4. [S384] Marriage Certificate, Charles Koch - Caroline Dammeyer, 15 April 1922.
  5. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Queens, New York; Election District: 48; Assembly District: 05; Page: 20-21.
  6. [S187] Caroline Dammeyer, Death Certificate No. 156-58-412263,.
  7. [S188] Caroline Dammeyer, burial transcript.
  8. [S141] Personal knowledge of the complier, Mark Waldron.
  9. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  10. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  11. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  12. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  13. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  14. [S573] Norman Waldron interview, various dates, 16 Feb 2002.
  15. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.
  16. [S640] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  17. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York; ED 1704; Pg 8B.

Anna Frieda Dammeyer

F, #21, b. 17 November 1894, d. 10 February 1923
Last Edited=8 October 2016
     Anna Frieda Dammeyer was born on 17 Nov 1894 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 She was the daughter of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein.2 She married Joseph Duane on 12 Dec 1922 at Borough Hall, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,4 Anna Frieda Dammeyer died on 10 Feb 1923 at 24 Airon Place, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 28. According to Norman Waldron, she died shortly after her marriage, -of a "sore throat".2,5 She was interred on 13 Feb 1923 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, Queens County, New York, Lot No. 3936, Section H, Grave 2.5 Her estate was probated on 17 Apr 1923 at Kings County, New York.6
     Her common name was Frieda Dammeyer. She resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.7 Anna Frieda Dammeyer resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.8 Anna, Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.9 Anna was employed as an operator in "Collars & Cuffs" at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910. Frieda was age 15..9 She was a bridesmaid at Anna Matilda Dammeyer and Joseph Waldron's wedding on 11 Aug 1917 at St. Matthews German Lutheran Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.10,11 Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's child, resided with Ernest at 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street..9,12,13 She was the maid of honor at Anna Caroline Dammeyer and Charles Koch's wedding on 15 Apr 1922 at 34 Prospect Avenue, Queens County, New York. They were married by Rev. John Stetz. According to the family, this marriage did not last very long.14 As of 12 Dec 1922,her married name was Duane.

Citations

  1. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S1114] Frieda D. Duane, Death Certificate Kings Co., New York, Certificate No. 3141,.
  3. [S847] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Duane - Frieda Dammeyer, 12 Dec 1922.
  4. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records.
  5. [S36] Frieda D. Duane, Cemetery record, Grave 2, Lot 3936, Section H.
  6. [S2094] Frieda Duane, 17 Apr 1923 Probate.
  7. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  8. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  9. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S8] Joseph Waldron to Anna Matilda Dammeyer, Marriage Certificate.
  11. [S9] Marriage Certificate, Joseph Waldron - Anna Matilda Dammeyer, 11 Aug 1917.
  12. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  13. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  14. [S384] Marriage Certificate, Charles Koch - Caroline Dammeyer, 15 April 1922.

Karl Adolph Dammeyer

M, #22, b. 23 February 1898, d. 10 August 1959
Last Edited=27 August 2015
Karl Adolph (Al) Dammeyer
     Karl Adolph Dammeyer was born on 23 Feb 1898 at 305 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 He was the son of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein. He married Leonora Allen, daughter of William Allen and Katherine Ratidan, on 18 Oct 1924.2 Karl Adolph Dammeyer died on 10 Aug 1959 at Binghamton, Broome County, New York, at age 61.3,4,5 He was interred at Calvary Cemetery, Johnson City, Broome County, New York, Section 20, Lot 117.6,4
     His common name was Al. He resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 111 Skillman Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900.7 Karl Adolph Dammeyer resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.8 Anna, Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.9 In 1910 hed was atending school.9 Karl was employed by Armour & Co. as a driver at 58 Harrison Ave., Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1918.10 Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's child, resided with Ernest at 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street..9,10,11 Karl Adolph Dammeyer and Leonora Allen lived at 86-07 57th Road, Queens County, New York, in 1930. Also living with them as a boarder was Katherine Allen, age 25. The 1930 census listed Karl's employment as a chauffer for the city.12 Karl was employed as a fireman at New York City Fire Department at New York City, New York County, New York.2

Child of Karl Adolph Dammeyer and Leonora Allen

Citations

  1. [S189] Adolph Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  2. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.
  3. [S139] George Dammeyer interview, 26 Oct 1995.
  4. [S475] Helen Dammeyer, to Mark Waldron.
  5. [S476] Karl A. Dammeyer, memorial card, "Died August 10, 1959", "In loving memory from The Franciscan Fathers, Hollidaysburg, PA.
  6. [S683] Find-A-Grave web site, Calvary Cemetery, Johnson City, Broome County, New York; Karl Adolph Dammeyer; b. Feb. 23, 1898
    Brooklyn, Kings, New York; d. Aug. 10, 1959; Binghamton, Broome, New York; There is NO STONE found in the section buried.
  7. [S757] Chas. Dammeyer entry, 5 Jun 1900 US Federal Census.
  8. [S1916] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1905 New York State Census.
  9. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  10. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  11. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  12. [S697] Karl Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.

George Herman Dammeyer1

M, #23, b. 15 April 1907, d. 7 March 1985
Last Edited=25 July 2017
George Dammeyer, August 1969
     George Herman Dammeyer was born on 15 Apr 1907 at 256 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.2,1 He was the son of Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein.1 He married Helen Ida Weiland, daughter of Ernest Wieland and Margaret Kelly, on 15 Nov 1930.1 George Herman Dammeyer died on 7 Mar 1985 at Palm Beach County, Florida, at age 77.3,4,1 He was interred on 10 Mar 1985 at Palm Beach Memorial Park, Lantana, Palm Beach County, Florida.1
     Anna, Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein's child, resided with Ernest and Caroline at 264 Rutledge Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1910.5 Anna, Anna, Karl and George, Ernest August Karl Dammeyer's child, resided with Ernest at 264 Rutledge Street, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, fr 1910 - 1920. Some time around 1920 he and his family moved to Richmond Hill in Queens County, to a house at 104-51 114th Street..5,6,7 George was confirmed at age 13 on 20 Mar 1921.8 He resided with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1925.9 George was employed by New York City as a police officer in 1930.10 He lived with Ernest August Karl Dammeyer and Caroline Marie Stein on 11 Apr 1930 at 104-51 114th Street, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.10 George Herman Dammeyer and Helen Ida Weiland lived in 118-03 220th Street, St. Albans, Queens County, New York, in 1940. George was a police patrolman.11 George was a New York City mounted Police officer. His horse was names Flash. While off duty on 20 May 1947, he and another officer were in a bar on 3rd Avenue and 96th Street when two men held up the bar. In an exchange of gunfire George shot and killed both robbers. His partner was also shot and later died. George was later given the 304th "News Hero Award" by the Daily News for his actions. He was offered a promotion to detective, but refused in order to remain a mounted cop.12 George Herman Dammeyer lived at 118-03 220th Street, at Cambria Heights, Queens County, New York, in 1958.13

Citations

  1. [S183] Helen Dammeyer, Charles Dammeyer-Lena Stein Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S1477] George Herman Dammeyer, Birth Certificate.
  3. [S236] Social Security Death Index, George Dammeyer entry, SSN 110-26-7605.
  4. [S1927] Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001, George Herman Dammeyer entry, Certificate No. 31241.
  5. [S572] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  6. [S608] Carl Adolph Dammeyer, 1917-18 New York City, No. 30 P-Z, 31 A-M.
  7. [S217] Charles (written as Charles Duymeyer) Dammeyer, 1920 U.S. Census.
  8. [S243] George Dammeyer Family Bible Records.
  9. [S127] 1925 New York State Census, Queens, New York; Election District: 48; Assembly District: 05; Page: 20-21.
  10. [S640] Charles Dammeyer entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  11. [S130] 1940 U.S. Federal Census, Queens, New York; T627-2742; Page 1B; ED: 41-1138B.
  12. [S140] Cop Shoots Robbers article, New York Journal American, 140:3; page 1. (also in an undated News photo caption with story on page 55).
  13. [S187] Caroline Dammeyer, Death Certificate No. 156-58-412263,.

Albert Wilhelm Both1,2

M, #24, b. 22 March 1860, d. 30 November 1921
Last Edited=14 January 2017
Albert W. Both in 1921 at age 61
     Albert Wilhelm Both was born on 22 Mar 1860 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,4,5,6,7,8 He was the son of Henry Both and Maria Dorothea Buls. He was baptized at Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.9 He married Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer, daughter of Frederick Pfeiffer and Margaretha Moser, b May 1890.10,11 Albert Wilhelm Both died on 30 Nov 1921 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 61.1 He was interred on 3 Dec 1921 at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kew Gardens, Queens County, New York, Lot 122A-Maple.12
     He lived with Henry Both and Maria Dorothea Buls bt 1859 - 1865 at 114 Norfolk Street, New York City, New York County, New York.13,14 Albert Wilhelm Both lived with Henry Both and Maria Dorothea Buls from at least 1868 to 1879 at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York.15,16,17 Albert Wilhelm Both was employed in 1880 at New York.18 He lived with Maria Dorothea Both in 1880 at 450 Grand Street, New York City, New York.18 Albert Wilhelm Both lived at His occupation was listed as "cigars"., at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, bt 1888 - 1890.19,20 He and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, along with Frederick Pfeiffer and his family in 1892. His occupation, and Fred's were listed as "boots" in 1892.21 Albert applied for membership in the Thirteenth Ward Democratic Association in 1892.22 He and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900. Also living with them in 1900 was Elizabeth Reid, a 22 year old servant.23 Albert was the owner of a tobacco and stationery store a 1900.9 On 19 Nov 1900 Albert gave to his wife Elizabeth property at Division Avenue and 6th Street.24 Albert Wilhelm Both lived in Sprout Brook, Montgomery County, New York, in 1902.25 On 26 Jun 1902 Albert sold his property at Division Avenue and Roebling Street to Helena Richter for $7,000.25 He resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905. His occupation was listed as "laundryman."26 Albert Both is shown in the 1900 U.S. Census with an occupation in a stationery store. According to his grandson, William F. Both, Albert did quite well owning a tobacco and stationery store in Brooklyn. He sold the store in 190227, and moved upstate to Sprout Brook (close to Buel), near Palatine Bridge and Canajoharie, in Montgomery County, to open a laundry. When that business failed a few years later, he moved his family back to Brooklyn (living with the White family in 1905). He later settled in Richmond Hill, living at 1254 132nd Street, off Liberty Avenue, according to Doris (Schultz) Bergen. The 1910 U.S. Census shows him living on Frost Avenue, in Queens, and working as a trolley line inspector. Doris Bergen believes they attended Grace Episcopal Church in Jamaica (All Saints chapel in Ozone Park was part of this church, and Elizabeth played the organ there). Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.2 Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived in Ward 4, in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.28 Albert owned a summer home located on Hook Creek, near what is now JFK Airport in Queens, New York.29 Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived at 1254 Atfield Avenue (132nd Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, next door to the family of Anna Beach in 1920.30

Children of Albert Wilhelm Both and Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer

Citations

  1. [S62] Albert W. Both, Death Certificate No. 19294, Kings, Co., NY,.
  2. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  3. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14, Age 31 [b. c. 1861], US.
  4. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, age 40, b. Mar 1860, NY.
  5. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 44 [b. c. 1861] US.
  6. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 55 [b. c. 1860] US.
  7. [S66] William Both, Birth Certificate, Age 26, 18 Sep 1893.
  8. [S62] Albert W. Both, Death Certificate No. 19294, Kings, Co., NY,, (Age 61, 30 Nov 1921).
  9. [S65] William F. Both interview, 4 Jun 1994.
  10. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, [married 11 years].
  11. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census, [married 20 years].
  12. [S63] Deed No. 1683 Both Cemetery Lot 122A - Maple, Burial record.
  13. [S144] Henry Bath entry, 1860 U.S. Census.
  14. [S143] 1861 New York City Directory, (also the 1859 & 1862 directory). 34
  15. [S146] "Henery Roth" he entry, 1870 U.S. Census.
  16. [S937] Henry Both, 1870 U.S. Federal Census, New York Ward 13 District 5 (2nd Enumeration), New York, New York; M593-1031; Page: 142B. "450 Pitt St."
  17. [S145] New York City Directory.
  18. [S686] Dora Both entry, 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  19. [S1754] U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989, Brooklyn, NY City Directory, 1888, 1889; Albert W. Both, 161 Division avenue; Occupation: stationery.
  20. [S54] Lain's Brooklyn Directory, 1869 through 1903, 1890 Brooklyn Directory, FHL Film No. 1000711.
  21. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14.
  22. [S1453] , Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 03 Dec 1892, pg. 5.
  23. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  24. [S1453] , Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Nov 20, 1900, Pg 15: under "Conveyances", "DIVISION AV. n s. 297.2 w Sixth st. 21.5x97.3xx21.5x98.8. Albert W Both to Elizabeth C Both, his wife. q c ........ gift."
  25. [S1453] , Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Jun 27, 1902, Pg 20: under "Conveyances", "DIVISION AV. n s. 297.2 w Roebling st. 21.5x97.3xx21.5x98.8. Albert W Both. Sproulbrook. N Y. to Helena Richter. mort $4.500. ........ 7.000."
  26. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  27. [S1453] , Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
  28. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  29. [S646] Dottie Jones interview, 7 Oct 1995.
  30. [S87] Albert Both entry, 1920 U. S. Census.
  31. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Frederick Henry Both; b. 14 May 1890, Brooklyn Kings, New York; Father: Albert Both; Mother: Elizabeth Pfieffer; Type of Claim: Original SSN.
  32. [S987] Albert Both, Birth Certificate.
  33. [S711] Edwin Booth, Birth Certificate.

Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer1,2

F, #25, b. 6 February 1871, d. 23 January 1943
Last Edited=14 January 2017
Elizabeth C. Pfeiffer age 18 in 1889
     Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer was born on 6 Feb 1871 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,4,5,6,7,8,1,9 She was the daughter of Frederick Pfeiffer and Margaretha Moser. She married Albert Wilhelm Both b May 1890.10,11 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer died on 23 Jan 1943 at Jamaica Hospital, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, at age 71. Cancer.1 She was interred on 26 Jan 1943 at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kew Gardens, Queens County, New York, Lot 122A-Maple.12
     Elizabeth and Margaret, Frederick Pfeiffer and Margaretha Moser's child, resided with Frederick and Margaretha, at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1875.13 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived with Frederick Pfeiffer and Margaretha Moser bt 1878 - 1890 at 69 Taylor Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.14,15,16,17,18,19,20 As of b May 1890,her married name was Both. Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer and Albert Wilhelm Both lived at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, along with Frederick Pfeiffer and his family in 1892. His occupation, and Fred's were listed as "boots" in 1892.21 A share of Margaretha Moser's estate went to Elizabeth on 25 Jan 1894 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.22 Her common name was Lizzie.23 She and Albert Wilhelm Both lived at 161 Division Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1900. Also living with them in 1900 was Elizabeth Reid, a 22 year old servant.24 On 19 Nov 1900 Albert gave to his wife Elizabeth property at Division Avenue and 6th Street.25 She resided with Edwin Joseph White and Margaret M. Pfeiffer at 456 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in 1905.26 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer lived at Chichester Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1906.27 She and Albert Wilhelm Both lived at 713 Frost Avenue (now 131st Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1910.28 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer and Albert Wilhelm Both lived in Ward 4, in Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, in 1915.29 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer and Albert Wilhelm Both lived at 1254 Atfield Avenue (132nd Street), Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York, next door to the family of Anna Beach in 1920.30 Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer resided with Elizabeth Doris Both and William Adam Maas at 190-71 111th Avenue, Hollis, Queens County, New York, bt 1930 - 1940. Living with William and Elizabeth Maas.31,32

Children of Elizabeth Caroline Pfeiffer and Albert Wilhelm Both

Citations

  1. [S78] Elizabeth C. Both, Death Certificate No. 796, Queens Co., New York,.
  2. [S31] Frederick Pfeiffer, 1880 U. S. Federal Census.
  3. [S1728] Frederick Pfeiffer, 1875 New York State Census, Age 4 [b. c. 1871] Kings County.
  4. [S987] Albert Both, Birth Certificate, 1892 age 21 [b. ca. 1871] Brooklyn.
  5. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14, Age 22 [b. c. 1870], US.
  6. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census, Age 34 [b. c. 1871] US.
  7. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Age 41 [b. c. 1874] US.
  8. [S1726] Elizabeth (Pfeiffer) Both, 1940 U. S. Federal Census, Age 68 [b. c. 1872] NY.
  9. [S66] William Both, Birth Certificate.
  10. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census, [married 11 years].
  11. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census, [married 20 years].
  12. [S63] Deed No. 1683 Both Cemetery Lot 122A - Maple, Burial record.
  13. [S1728] Frederick Pfeiffer, 1875 New York State Census.
  14. [S31] Frederick Pfeiffer, 1880 U. S. Federal Census, occupation: "Newspaper ?Agent?"
  15. [S1973] Brooklyn City Directory, 1878, Page 729 "Pfeiffer Frederick, h 69 Taylor."
  16. [S1973] Brooklyn City Directory, 1879, Page 802 "Pfeiffer Frederick, h 69 Taylor."
  17. [S1973] Brooklyn City Directory, 1880, Page 802 "Pfeiffer Frederick, carrier, h 69 Taylor."
  18. [S1973] Brooklyn City Directory, 1889, Page 945 "Pfeifer Frederick, lettercarrier, h 69 Taylor."
  19. [S1973] Brooklyn City Directory, 1890, Page 995 "Pfeiffer Frederick, news, h 69 Taylor."
  20. [S1974] Official Register of the United States, Containing a List of the Officers and Employees in the Civil, Military, and Naval Service Together with a List of Vessels Belonging to the United States, Frederick Pfeiffer, Brooklyn; $600.00 compenstion.
  21. [S1391] 1892 New York State Census, Kings Co., NY, Election Dist. 23, Ward 19, page no. 14.
  22. [S334] Margaretha Pfeiffer, Probate File.
  23. [S711] Edwin Booth, Birth Certificate.
  24. [S61] Albert Both, 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
  25. [S1453] , Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Nov 20, 1900, Pg 15: under "Conveyances", "DIVISION AV. n s. 297.2 w Sixth st. 21.5x97.3xx21.5x98.8. Albert W Both to Elizabeth C Both, his wife. q c ........ gift."
  26. [S1813] Edwin J. White, 1905 New York State Census.
  27. [S193] Merwin Both, Death Certificate Queens Co., NY No. 2985,.
  28. [S64] Albert W. Both, 1910 U.S. Census.
  29. [S1727] Albert Both, 1915 New York State Census, Albert was the enumerator for this 1915 census.
  30. [S87] Albert Both entry, 1920 U. S. Census.
  31. [S1815] William Maas entry, 1930 U.S. Federal Census.
  32. [S1726] Elizabeth (Pfeiffer) Both, 1940 U. S. Federal Census.
  33. [S1985] U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Frederick Henry Both; b. 14 May 1890, Brooklyn Kings, New York; Father: Albert Both; Mother: Elizabeth Pfieffer; Type of Claim: Original SSN.
  34. [S987] Albert Both, Birth Certificate.