Konrad Machtolf1

M
Konrad Machtolf was district judge in 1350 at Kirchheim unter Tec, Württemberg.1 He was village mayor or magistrate (Schultheiß) in 1361 at Stuttgart, Württemberg.1

Child of Konrad Machtolf

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg1

M, d. 16 May 1417
Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg|d. 16 May 1417|p66.htm#i1627|Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg|d. 1388|p66.htm#i1629|Elisabeth von Bayern|d. 1402|p66.htm#i1630|Eberhard I. d. G. o. R. G. von Württemberg|d. 1392|p66.htm#i1634|Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen|d. 1389|p66.htm#i1635|Ludwig I. H. von Bayern|d. 1347|p66.htm#i1636|Margarete von Holland|d. 1356|p66.htm#i1637|
Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg was the son of Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Bayern.1 Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg married Antonia Visconti, daughter of Barnabo Visconti and Beatrice Regina della Scala, in October 1380 at Urach.1,2 Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg married Elisabeth von Nürnberg on 22 November 1412.3 Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg died on 16 May 1417 at Göppingen am Sauerbrunnen.1,4

Child of Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Nürnberg

Children of Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg and Antonia Visconti

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.
  2. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels Fürstliche Häuser, Reference: 1961 and Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256.
  3. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Cahiers de Saint Louis Magazine., Jacques Dupont, Jacques Saillot, Reference: 227; Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256; and Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels Fürstliche Häuser , Reference: 1961.
  4. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Cahiers de Saint Louis Magazine. , Jacques Dupont, Jacques Saillot, Reference: 227, Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256, and Les Ancetres d'Albert Schweitzer, Strasbourg. , Reference: 62.
  5. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Cahiers de Saint Louis Magazine., Jacques Dupont, Jacques Saillot, Reference: 2347; Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256; and The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales Edinburgh, 1977., Gerald Paget, Reference: Q 19434.
  6. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256.

Antonia Visconti1

F, b. 1360, d. 26 March 1405
Antonia Visconti|b. 1360\nd. 26 Mar 1405|p66.htm#i1628|Barnabo Visconti|b. 1309\nd. Dec 1385|p66.htm#i1631|Beatrice Regina della Scala|d. 1384|p66.htm#i1632|Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland|d. 1337|p66.htm#i1638|Violanta Doria|d. 1359|p66.htm#i1639|Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona|d. 1351|p66.htm#i1640|Taddea von Carrara|d. 1375|p66.htm#i1641|
Antonia Visconti was born in 1360 at Milano.2 She was the daughter of Barnabo Visconti and Beatrice Regina della Scala.1 Antonia Visconti married Eberhard III der Milde Graf von Württemberg, son of Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Bayern, in October 1380 at Urach.1,2 Antonia Visconti died on 26 March 1405 at Stuttgart.1,2 She was buried at Stiftskirche, Stuttgart.2

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.
  2. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels Fürstliche Häuser, Reference: 1961 and Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256.
  3. [S538] Genealogics Website, online http://www.genealogics.org/index.php, Referencing Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag Marburg., Detlev Schwennicke, Editor, Reference: I.2 256.

Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg1

M, d. 1388
Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg|d. 1388|p66.htm#i1629|Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg|d. 1392|p66.htm#i1634|Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen|d. 1389|p66.htm#i1635|||||||||||||
Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg was the son of Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen.1 Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg married Elisabeth von Bayern, daughter of Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern and Margarete von Holland, in 1362.1 Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg died in 1388.1

Child of Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Bayern

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Elisabeth von Bayern1

F, d. 1402
Elisabeth von Bayern|d. 1402|p66.htm#i1630|Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern|d. 1347|p66.htm#i1636|Margarete von Holland|d. 1356|p66.htm#i1637|||||||||||||
Elisabeth von Bayern was the daughter of Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern and Margarete von Holland.1 Elisabeth von Bayern married Ulrich IV der Junker Graf von Württemberg, son of Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen, in 1362.1 Elisabeth von Bayern died in 1402.1

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Barnabo Visconti1

M, b. 1309, d. December 1385
Barnabo Visconti|b. 1309\nd. Dec 1385|p66.htm#i1631|Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland|d. 1337|p66.htm#i1638|Violanta Doria|d. 1359|p66.htm#i1639|||||||||||||
Barnabo Visconti was born in 1309.2 He was the son of Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland and Violanta Doria.1 Barnabo Visconti married Beatrice Regina della Scala, daughter of Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona and Taddea von Carrara, in 1350.3,1

Barnabo Visconti died in December 1385 at the fortress of Trezzo. Rumors of a planned marriage, on reaching Milan, provoked the most sensational coup of the age--the ousting of Bernabo by his supposedly quiet and retiring nephew Gian Galeazzo. Bernabo's marriage policy had for some time been cutting into Gian Galeazzo's sovereignty, owing to Bernabo's habit of giving away, as dowries, Visconti territories or their revenues to which the nephew had equal title-and without consulting him. The prospect of Bernabo's grand daughter on the throne of France, and a renewed prospect of Bernabo's daughter Lucia on the throne of Naples, threatened to cut into Gian Galeazzo's French support. Lucia reappeared when the Duchesse d'Anjou, who had never ceased nagging her French relatives to try once more for Naples, succeeded in obtaining a tentative promise "in favor" of the attempt, and accordingly sent for Lucia to complete the proxy marriage to her son. This combination of circumstances propelled Gian Galeazzo to action.

In May 1385 he sent a message to his uncle saying that he was about to make a pilgrimage to the Madonna del Monte near Lago Maggiore and would be glad to meet with him outside Milan. His proposal seemed natural enough because Gian Galeazzo, though "subtle in intellect and wise in the ways of the world," was very devout, carrying a rosary and accompanied by monks wherever he went, and greatly concerned with penance and pilgrimage. He also relied on astrologers to select propitious moments for his decisions, and once refused to discuss a diplomatic matter at a particular time because, as he wrote his correspondent, "I observe astrology in all my affairs." These tastes and his apparent fear of his uncle, shown by doubling his guard and having all his food tasted, caused Bernabo to regard him with contempt. When a courtier, suspicious of Gian Galeazzo's message, warned of a possible plot, Bernabo scoffed. "You have little sense. I tell you I know my nephew." At age 76, after a lifetime of bullying, he was both overconfident and careless. Gian Galeazzo's plan depended on just that.

With two of his sons, but otherwise unprotected, Bernabo rode to the rendezvous outside the gates. Gian Galeazzo, accompanied by a large bodyguard, dismounted, embraced his uncle and, while holding him tightly, called out an order in German, upon which one of his generals, the condottiero Jacopo del Verme, cut Bernabo's sword belt while another, crying "You are a prisoner!", seized his baton of office and took him in custody. Immediately Gian Galeazzo's forces galloped through Milan and occupied its strong points. Because of his reasonable government of Pavia, the populace was ready to welcome him as a deliverer, and greeted him with cries of "Viva il Conte!" followed by their first thought on removal of the tyrant, "Down with taxes! " To smooth the transition, Gian Galeazzo allowed the mob to sack Bernabo's palace and burn the tax registers. He reduced taxes as one of his first measures and made up the difference from Bernabo's hoard of gold. Legitimacy or its appearance was supplied by summoning a Grand Council to endow him with formal dominion and by sending a legal transcript of Bernabo's crimes to all states and rulers.

The Milanese state was now controlled by a single ruler who was to loom ever larger as time went on. Bernabo's sons were neutralized, in the case of one by life imprisonment, in the case of the second by his own worthlessness, and by a lifetime pension for the third and youngest. The towns of Lombardy submitted uneventfully, and the tyrant himself was locked up in the fortress of Trezzo, where in December of the same year he died, supposedly poisoned by order of the usurper. Bernabo was buried in Milan with honors although without the baton of office, and his equestrian statue, already made at his design, was erected as he had planned.1,2

Child of Barnabo Visconti and Beatrice Regina della Scala

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.
  2. [S279] Barbara W. Tuchman, A Distant Thunder, pp. 417-418.
  3. [S279] Barbara W. Tuchman, A Distant Thunder.

Beatrice Regina della Scala1

F, d. 1384
Beatrice Regina della Scala|d. 1384|p66.htm#i1632|Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona|d. 1351|p66.htm#i1640|Taddea von Carrara|d. 1375|p66.htm#i1641|||||||||||||
Beatrice Regina della Scala was the daughter of Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona and Taddea von Carrara.1 Beatrice Regina della Scala married Barnabo Visconti, son of Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland and Violanta Doria, in 1350.2,1 Beatrice Regina della Scala died in 1384.1

Child of Beatrice Regina della Scala and Barnabo Visconti

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.
  2. [S279] Barbara W. Tuchman, A Distant Thunder.

Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg1

M, d. 1392
Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg married Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen in 1342.1 Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg died in 1392.1

Child of Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg and Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen1

F, d. 1389
Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen married Eberhard II der Greiner oder Rauschebart Graf von Württemberg in 1342.1 Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen died in 1389.1

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern1

M, d. 1347
Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern was King of Germany (deutscher König) in 1314.1 He married Margarete von Holland in 1324.1 Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern was Roman Emperor (römischer Kaiser) in 1328.1 He died in 1347.1

Child of Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern and Margarete von Holland

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Margarete von Holland1

F, d. 1356
Margarete von Holland married Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern in 1324.1 Margarete von Holland died in 1356.1

Child of Margarete von Holland and Ludwig IV Herzog von Bayern

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland1

M, d. 1337
Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland married Violanta Doria in 1318.1 Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland died in 1337.1

Child of Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland and Violanta Doria

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Violanta Doria

F, d. 1359
Violanta Doria married Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland in 1318.1 Violanta Doria died in 1359.

Child of Violanta Doria and Stefano Visconti Herr v. Maitland

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona1

M, d. 1351
Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona married Taddea von Carrara in 1328.1 Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona died in 1351.1

Child of Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona and Taddea von Carrara

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

Taddea von Carrara1

F, d. 1375
Taddea von Carrara married Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona in 1328.1 Taddea von Carrara died in 1375.1

Child of Taddea von Carrara and Mastino della Scala Herr v. Verona

Citations

  1. [S278] Letter, Dr. Guenther Schweizer to Pamela White.

George Wistar Kirke1,2

M, b. 14 July 1844, d. 10 March 1917
George Wistar Kirke was born on 14 July 1844 at Pennsylvania.1,3 He married Annie Maria Rose, daughter of William George Rose and Maria Ann Williams.1

George Wistar Kirke was enumerated in the household of William George Rose and Maria Ann Rose on the census of 14 June 1880 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, as a son in law; Grace Lillington Kirke although listed as a daughter, was actually William's granddaughter.4 George Wistar Kirke and Annie Maria Rose appeared as boarders in the household of Sophia Pitts on the census of June 1900 at Sidney Place, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.5

George Wistar Kirke was listed as the head of household on the census on 19 April 1910 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Also living in the house were his wife, Annie Maria Kirke, his daughter, Grace Lillington Kirke.6 George Wistar Kirke died on 10 March 1917 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 72.1,3 He was buried on 13 March 1917 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.7 His obituary appeared in the 18 March 1917 issue of New York Times, New York, New York. The Obituary reads: "George Wistar Kirke, 72 years old, a civil war veteran and long connected with the American Agricultural Chemical Company, is dead at his home, 321 Argyle Road, Flatbush, from heart disease. Mr. Kirke was for many years Treasurer of the House of St. Giles the Cripple, which was founded by his cousin, Sister Sarah. He is survived by a widow."8

Child of George Wistar Kirke and Annie Maria Rose

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1850 Chester County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S292] George Wistar Kirke, Death Certificate of George W. Kirke.
  4. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1880 Kings County, New York Census, Enumeration District 38.
  5. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Kings County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 11, Ward 1, Sheet 4.
  6. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1910 Kings County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 1020, Sheet 5 B.
  7. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America.
  8. [S426] New York Times, 18 Mar 1917.

Alfred Ellsworth Kline1,2,3

M, b. circa 1856, d. 16 June 1892
Alfred Ellsworth Kline|b. c 1856\nd. 16 Jun 1892|p66.htm#i1643|Leonard W. Kline||p68.htm#i1693|Sarah Ann Hopkins||p68.htm#i1694|||||||||||||
Alfred Ellsworth Kline was born circa 1856 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4,5 He was the son of Leonard W. Kline and Sarah Ann Hopkins.2

Alfred Ellsworth Kline was enumerated in the household of Leonard W. Kline and Sarah Ann Hopkins on the census of 3 June 1880 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, as a son.6 Alfred Ellsworth Kline married Kate Emily Rose, daughter of William George Rose and Maria Ann Williams, on 26 October 1881 at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; A notice of their wedding appeared in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle on Friday, 28 October 1881 under the heading of "Married". It reads: "KLINE-ROSE-On Wednesday, October 26, 1881, at the Church of the Holy Trinity, by the Rev. Charles H. Hall, ALFRED E. KLINE to KATE EMILY, daughter of William G. Rose, all of Brooklyn."1,2,7 Alfred Ellsworth Kline died on 16 June 1892 at 259 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4 He was buried on 18 June 1898 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4,5

Child of Alfred Ellsworth Kline and Kate Emily Rose

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S314] Kline-Rose Marriage.
  3. [S386] Lenora R. Kline, Birth Certificate No. 6343 (18 Aug 1882).
  4. [S313] Alfred Kline, Death Certificate of Alfred Kline.
  5. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America.
  6. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1880 Kings County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 69, page 7.
  7. [S429] Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 28 Oct 1881.

Grace Lillington Kirke1,2

F, b. 1872, d. 5 November 1914
Grace Lillington Kirke|b. 1872\nd. 5 Nov 1914|p66.htm#i1644|George Wistar Kirke|b. 14 Jul 1844\nd. 10 Mar 1917|p66.htm#i1642|Annie Maria Rose|b. 26 Mar 1850\nd. 23 Jan 1923|p3.htm#i60|||||||William G. Rose|b. 23 Oct 1827\nd. 9 Feb 1886|p3.htm#i55|Maria A. Williams|b. c 1828\nd. 31 Jan 1901|p3.htm#i56|
Grace Lillington Kirke was born in 1872.1 She was the daughter of George Wistar Kirke and Annie Maria Rose.1

Grace Lillington Kirke was enumerated in the household of William George Rose and Maria Ann Rose on the census of 14 June 1880 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, as a daughter; Grace Lillington Kirke although listed as a daughter, was actually William's granddaughter.3 Grace Lillington Kirke appeared as a boarder along with her parents in the household of Sophia Pitts on the census of June 1900 at Sidney Place, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4

Grace Lillington Kirke was enumerated in the household of George Wistar Kirke and Annie Maria Kirke on the census of 19 April 1910 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, as a daughter.5 Grace Lillington Kirke died at 11:20 a.m. On 5 November 1914 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2 She was buried on 9 November 1914 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.6,2

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S288] Grace Lillington Kirke, Death Certificate for Grace L. Kirke.
  3. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1880 Kings County, New York Census, Enumeration District 38.
  4. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Kings County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 11, Ward 1, Sheet 4.
  5. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1910 Kings County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 1020, Sheet 5 B.
  6. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America.

Lenora Rebecca Kline1,2

F, b. 4 August 1872, d. 4 March 1923
Lenora Rebecca Kline|b. 4 Aug 1872\nd. 4 Mar 1923|p66.htm#i1645|Alfred Ellsworth Kline|b. c 1856\nd. 16 Jun 1892|p66.htm#i1643|Kate Emily Rose|b. 19 Mar 1859\nd. 17 May 1914|p3.htm#i59|Leonard W. Kline||p68.htm#i1693|Sarah A. Hopkins||p68.htm#i1694|William G. Rose|b. 23 Oct 1827\nd. 9 Feb 1886|p3.htm#i55|Maria A. Williams|b. c 1828\nd. 31 Jan 1901|p3.htm#i56|
Lenora Rebecca Kline was born on 4 August 1872 at 304 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,2 She was the daughter of Alfred Ellsworth Kline and Kate Emily Rose.1

Lenora Rebecca Kline was enumerated in the household of Kate Emily Kline on the census of 4 June 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, as a daughter.4 Lenora Rebecca Kline married Edmond Marcel Fougera.1 Lenora Rebecca Kline died on 4 March 1923 at King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 50; cause of death was myocarditis with a contributing cause of broncho pneumonia.5 She was buried on 7 March 1923 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Apparently she was either moved or never buried on this date because she has a second burial date.5 She was buried on 18 April 1925 at St. James Cemetery & Crematorium, 635 Parliament Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; There is a note saying the relatives never claimed the body.6

Children of Lenora Rebecca Kline and Edmond Marcel Fougera

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S386] Lenora R. Kline, Birth Certificate No. 6343 (18 Aug 1882).
  3. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Brooklyn, New York.
  4. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Federal Census, New York, New York, Enumeration District 62, 6th Ward, Sheet 5.
  5. [S443] Lenore Kline Fougera, Death Record for Lenore Kline Fougera.
  6. [S444] St. James Cemetery Records.

Edmond Marcel Fougera1,2,3

M, b. 1883, d. 29 December 1953
Edmond Marcel Fougera was born in 1883 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4 He married Lenora Rebecca Kline, daughter of Alfred Ellsworth Kline and Kate Emily Rose.1 Edmond Marcel Fougera died on 29 December 1953 at Sherman Square Hotel, New York, New York.4 He was buried on 8 January 1954 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4

Children of Edmond Marcel Fougera and Lenora Rebecca Kline

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S315] Lenore Kate Fougera, Birth Certificate No. 11266 (10 Apr 1909).
  3. [S388] Lenore Kate Fougera Vester, 134-36-4847, Social Security Application.
  4. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America.

Lenore Kate Fougera1,2

F, b. 9 April 1909
Lenore Kate Fougera|b. 9 Apr 1909|p66.htm#i1647|Edmond Marcel Fougera|b. 1883\nd. 29 Dec 1953|p66.htm#i1646|Lenora Rebecca Kline|b. 4 Aug 1872\nd. 4 Mar 1923|p66.htm#i1645|||||||Alfred E. Kline|b. c 1856\nd. 16 Jun 1892|p66.htm#i1643|Kate E. Rose|b. 19 Mar 1859\nd. 17 May 1914|p3.htm#i59|
Lenore Kate Fougera was born on 9 April 1909 at New York, New York.3 She was the daughter of Edmond Marcel Fougera and Lenora Rebecca Kline.1

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S315] Lenore Kate Fougera, Birth Certificate No. 11266 (10 Apr 1909).
  3. [S315] Lenore Kate Fougera, Birth Certificate No. 11266, B0028 (10 Apr 1909).

Marian Fougera1

F, b. circa 20 July 1910, d. 11 August 1933
Marian Fougera|b. c 20 Jul 1910\nd. 11 Aug 1933|p66.htm#i1648|Edmond Marcel Fougera|b. 1883\nd. 29 Dec 1953|p66.htm#i1646|Lenora Rebecca Kline|b. 4 Aug 1872\nd. 4 Mar 1923|p66.htm#i1645|||||||Alfred E. Kline|b. c 1856\nd. 16 Jun 1892|p66.htm#i1643|Kate E. Rose|b. 19 Mar 1859\nd. 17 May 1914|p3.htm#i59|
Marian Fougera was born circa 20 July 1910 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.2 She was the daughter of Edmond Marcel Fougera and Lenora Rebecca Kline.1 Marian Fougera married Michael J. O'Neill on 2 May 1930 at New York, New York.2,3 Marian Fougera died on 11 August 1933 at Buffalo, New York; She died in an automobile collision with a motorcycle.2 She was buried on 16 August 1933 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4

Citations

  1. [S281] Annie Maude Rose Hosek Family, Genealogical Notes Personal Library of Family Member.
  2. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America.
  3. [S385] Certificate, Michael J. O'Neill and Marian Fougera marriage of 2 May 1930.
  4. [S282] Family Plot Cemetery Records and Tombstones, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States of America, D0031.

Charles Henne1

M, b. 22 November 1892
Charles Henne|b. 22 Nov 1892|p66.htm#i1649|George Henne|b. c 1866|p51.htm#i1253|Jenny Chochola|b. c Feb 1873|p2.htm#i36|||||||Antonin Chochola|b. 8 Apr 1840\nd. 23 Jan 1916|p2.htm#i34|Katerina Horky|b. 25 Sep 1841\nd. 10 Apr 1922|p2.htm#i35|
Charles Henne
Charles Henne was born on 22 November 1892 at 575 E. 83rd St., New York, New York; the 1900 and 1910 census records give his name as Arthur W. No birth certificate for an Arthur Henne was found and this date fits with the ages on the census records.1 He was the son of George Henne and Jenny Chochola.1

Arthur Henne was enumerated in the household of George Henne and Jenny Chochola on the census of 6 June 1900 at Bronx, New York, as a son.2

Arthur Henne was enumerated in the household of George Henne and Jenny Chochola on the census of 15 April 1910 at New York, Bronx County, New York, as a son.3

Citations

  1. [S285] Charles Henne, Birth Certificate No. 44736 (26 Nov 1892).
  2. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Federal Census, Bronx, New York, Enumeration District 1007.
  3. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1910 Bronx County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 1536, Ward 23, Sheet 1.

William Henne1

M, b. 22 April 1895
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William Henne was born on 22 April 1895 at New York, New York.1 He was the son of George Henne and Jenny Chochola.1

William Henne was enumerated in the household of George Henne and Jenny Chochola on the census of 6 June 1900 at Bronx, New York, as a son.2

William Henne was enumerated in the household of George Henne and Jenny Chochola on the census of 15 April 1910 at New York, Bronx County, New York, as a son.3

William Henne was enumerated in the household of George Henne and Jenny Chochola on the census of 7 January 1920 at Trinity Avenue, Bronx, New York, as a son.4

Citations

  1. [S286] William G. Henne entry, Birth Certificate No. 18739 (6 May 1895).
  2. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1900 Federal Census, Bronx, New York, Enumeration District 1007.
  3. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1910 Bronx County, New York, Census, Enumeration District 1536, Ward 23, Sheet 1.
  4. [S96] US Census, Washington D.C., 1920 Federal Census, Bronx, New York, Enumeration District 218, Sheet 6B.