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Dolweck Family- Fremont, Ohio

Dolweck Family- Fremont, Ohio

Posted: 9 Sep 2000 9:30PM GMT
Edited: 22 Apr 2002 3:43AM GMT
I am looking for descendants of Joseph Dolweck and Catherine Gabel. They had six children named Clara, John, Alphonse, Jacob, Caroline and Frank. I lnow that Clara married a Frederick Bauer and move to Ridgeville, Ohio. I believe I have a picture Of Catherine Gabel Dolweck who died in 1879 but am looking for someone who might have an identified picture of her.
Posted: 14 Oct 2000 5:48PM GMT
Edited: 16 May 2002 4:38AM GMT
I am a desendent of J.Peter Dolweck who married Gable. J. Peter Dolweck had Clara, Jacob, Caroline, John, Alphonse, and Frank with one wife. Then he had marie, agusta, Fransis , Thresa, and leo. Iam a desendent of his son john who married martha. They had loretta, Helen,and Paul. Paul is my grandfather. I have a little more, but I would like dob and dod dates if anyone has them. I would also like any history on when they immigrated. I am sorry, but I just know Gable as a last name, and could not pick her out of a photo.

Dolweck-Gabel

Posted: 19 Oct 2000 4:51AM GMT
Edited: 22 Apr 2002 3:43AM GMT
Hi Becky,
I have the information you are looking for including the dates the Gabel and Dolweck Families immigrated to the U.S. I have a picture of Joseph Dolweck with his 2nd wife Clara Busold and their children. I believe I have a picture of Catherine Gabel but I am looking for someone who might have a old picture of Joseph and Catherine together. Joseph was born on April 19, 1842 and was born in Banning, France. He came to America in 1852 with his father Peter Dolweck and mother Mary Miller. Joseph Dolweck married Catherine Gabel on May 28, 1867. She died Jan. 18, 1879 from lung fever. Joseph died Feb. 1, 1935. I have that John died in April, 1968. What would be his exact death date? Would you have any old pictures of Joseph Dolweck and his family. Would you have a picture of John and his wife and their children. Would you by chance know of any living descendants of John's sister Clara Dolweck who married Fred Bauer? I have other pictures of the Dolweck and Gabel families. I have pictures of both of Catherine Gabel's parents and Grand-parent's. Catherine Gabel's parents were Jacob and Magdalena Darr Gabel. Jacob was born May 4, 1821 in Drusenheim, France and died Feb.9, 1899 in Fremont, Ohio. Magdalena Darr was born Jan. 20, 1826 in Baveria, Germany and died Feb. 13, 1876 also of lung fever. Magdalena parents were Nicholas and Margaret Hopfinger Darr. Let me know what other info you might like to know.

Re: Dolweck Family- Fremont, Ohio

Posted: 25 Jan 2005 9:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes! I am a descendant of Alphonso Dolweck.
Somehow the name was changed to Dolwick and he lived and died in Lakewood Ohio (suburb of Cleveland).
Married Mae Rekord(not 100% sure that is correct spelling) born 1884.
They had three children..Raymond(1908), William (1909)and Lillian(1910).
Lillian was my grandmother who married John Mulligan and
had three children; John, Michael,Kathleen(1942) and Joanne(1943). I am the daughter of Kathleen.

Re: Dolweck came to America

Posted: 17 Feb 2005 9:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Bonsoir Mr. Tim Mielke.
Je suis Dominique Dolveck et je suis français. Ma famille est originaire de Bening-Moselle-France. Je sais que Suzanne DOLWECK et son mari Michel GRIMMER ont émigré aux USA sur le navire NIMROD (Nemrod?). Ils sont arrivés à New-York le 28 Juin 1852.
Savez-vous si votre Peter DOLWECK et sa femme Mary MILLER étaient aussi sur ce bateau? Sinon sur lequel?
5 ans après votre message du 18 Oct 2000, j'éspère que le mien vous parviendra quand même.
Amitiés.
dominique.dolveck@wanadoo.fr
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Translation by Systran:

Good evening Mr. Tim Mielke. I am Dominique Dolveck and I am French. My family is originating in Bening-Moselle-France. I know that Suzanne DOLWECK and her husband Michel GRIMMER emigrated in the USA on ship NIMROD (Nemrod?). They arrived to New York on June 28, 1852. Do you know if your Peter DOLWECK and his wife Mary MILLER were also on this boat? If not on which? 5 years after your message of Oct. 18, 2000, I éspère that mine will reach you nevertheless.
Friendships. dominique.dolveck@wanadoo.fr

Re: Dolweck Family- Fremont, Ohio

Tim Mielke (View posts)
Posted: 6 Mar 2005 5:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Susan,
I was wondering if you would be might be willing to help me fill in the records I have on your branch of the Dolweck/Dolwick family. I am doing a family tree on the Gabel family and your Great-Great Grandmother would have been Catherine Gabel Dolweck. I am looking for pictures and dates of birth, marriage and death of any of the people you have mentioned in your e-mail. I have additional info, if you are interested, on the Dolweck family that settled near Fremont, Ohio around 1852. Both my parents were born there and I have just started to write a book on the Gabel family and their descending lines that I plan to donate to The Hayes Presidential Library in Fremont. I do volunteer work for them. Let me know if you are interested.
Tim Mielke

Re: Dolweck came to America

Tim Mielke (View posts)
Posted: 6 Mar 2005 6:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Dominique,
Peter Dolweck and Mary Miller did emigre aux USA sur le navire Nimrod with Susanne and Michael Grimmer. They sailed from Harve, France in 1852 and reach America after 35 days of smooth sailing. Was your Suzanne Peter's sister or niece? Peter also had a daughter named Susanne who was born in 1831, never married and died I believe of T.B. in 1871. I have a copy of a family letter that states the name of the ship and children of Peter and Mary Miller. The children's names were Mary, Susan, Anna,Sister Rose, Margaret, Rose, Father John, Peter, Joseph and Alexander. Sister Rose's real first name may have been Catherine. Where did Suzanne and Michael settle in America?

Re: Dolweck came to America

Posted: 7 Mar 2005 8:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Nov 2006 8:40PM GMT
Bonjour Tim Mielke. Merci pour votre réponse.Soyez indulgent pour ce qui suit: j'ai 73 ans, je ne parle pas l'anglais, je tape au clavier avec un seul doigt, et je ne suis pas habile sur le web.
Dans les papiers de ma famille j'ai trouvé la liste des enfants de Pierre Dolveck: Jean-Pierre né le 26 Août 1828 (votre John?); Marianne née le 25 Juin 1830 (votre Mary?); Suzanne née le 19 Décembre 1831 ( votre Suzanne sûrement); Anne née le 27 Septembre1833 (votre Anna sûrement); Catherine née le 8 Août 1835 (votre Sister Rose?); Marguerite née le 14 Avril 1837 (votre Margaret sûrement); Rose née le 15 Novembre 1838 (votre Rose sûrement); Antoine-Pierre né le 2 Octobre 1840 (votre Peter?); Joseph-Jean-Nicolas né le 19 Avril 1842 (votre Joseph sûrement); Alexandre né le 5 Avril 1844 (votre Alexander sûrement).
Mais j'ai sous les yeux une photocopie de l'acte de mariage de Pierre Dolveck, et la surprise est que sa femme est Marie-Anne BOUR au lieu de Mary MILLER; j'ai aussi une photocopie de l'acte de naissance de Joseph, et je vois que sa mère est bien Marie-Anne Bour!
Voici en résumé ce que je sais de Pierre Dolveck: il est né à Bening-les-Saint-Avold le 28 Octobre 1798; son père: Jean Dolveck, sa mère: Anne-Marie Gondolf. Pierre est instituteur; il a épousé le 18 Septembre 1827, à Freyming, Marie-Anne Bour agée de 19 ans et 9 mois, fille de Valentin Bour et de Suzanne Lux.
Suzanne Dolveck l'épouse de Michel Grimmer est une nièce de Pierre Dolveck. Je ne sais pas où ils se sont établis en Amérique, cependant ma cousine éloignée Colette Walls-Rector est de sa descendance et le sait sans doute. Colette communique sur Boards.ancestry.com où vous pourrez voir que son e-mail est cw16@cornell.edu
Colette est d'un abord très agréable, vous pouvez lui demander de ma part. Savez-vous si il y avait d'autres personnes Dolveck ou Dolweck sur le bateau Nimrod?
Amitiés - dominique.dolveck@wanadoo.fr
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traduction par Systran
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Hello Tim Mielke. Thank you for your réponse.Soyez lenient for what follows: I am 73 years old, I do not speak English, I type with the keyboard with only one finger, and I am not skilful on the Web. In papers of my family I found the list of the children of Pierre Dolveck: Jean-Pierre born on August 26, 1828 (your John?); Marianne born on June 25, 1830 (your Mary?); Suzanne born on December 19, 1831 (your Suzanne surely); Anne born 27 Septembre1833 (your Anna surely); Catherine born on August 8, 1835 (your Sister Pink?); Marguerite born on April 14, 1837 (your Margaret surely); Rose born on November 15, 1838 (your Rose surely); Antoine-Pierre born on October 2, 1840 (your Peter?); Joseph-Jean-Nicolas born on April 19, 1842 (your Joseph surely); Alexandre born on April 5, 1844 (your Alexander surely). But I have under the eyes a photocopy of the marriage certificate of Pierre Dolveck, and the surprise is that his wife is Marie-Anne BOUR instead of Mary MILLER; I have also a photocopy of the birth certificate of Joseph, and I see that his/her mother is well Marie-Anne Bour! Here in short what I know of Pierre Dolveck: it was born with Bening-the-Saint-Avold on October 28, 1798; his/her father: Jean Dolveck, his mother: Anne-Marie Gondolf. Pierre is a teacher; he married on September 18, 1827, in Freyming, Marie-Anne Bour 19 years old and 9 months, girl of Valentine Bour and Suzanne Lux. Suzanne Dolveck the wife of Michel Grimmer is a niece of Pierre Dolveck. I do not know where they were established in America, however my distant cousin Colette Walls-Rector is of his descent and undoubtedly knows it. Colette communicates on Boards.ancestry.com where you will be able to see that his e-mail is cw16@cornell.edu
Colette is of a very pleasant access, you can ask him of my share. Do you know if there were other people Dolveck or Dolweck on the Nimrod boat? Friendships - dominique.dolveck@wanadoo.fr

Re: Dolweck came to America

Tim Mielke (View posts)
Posted: 8 Mar 2005 2:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Dominique,
I will see what I can find out about the other passengers who would have been on the Nimrod with the Dolweck family. Did you know a Mrs. Blandine Zavard? She would have been a daughter of Nicholas and Rosa Dolweck Schmidt. I believe her father Simon Schmidt and his brother Nicholas Schmidt along with their sister Anna Marie Schmidt could have all been on the Nimrod with Peter Dolweck. They also came to America in 1852. I am related into both the Dolweck and Schmidt families thur marriage. P.S. I have a picture of Father John Dolweck. I also have a picture of Joseph and Alexander Dolweck. Simon Schmidt too.
Tim

Re: Dolweck Family- Fremont, Ohio

Posted: 8 Mar 2005 3:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Nov 2006 9:39PM GMT
Hi Tim,
Yes, I would certainly like to exchange information.
I have just recently begun my research, so although I know names and lineage...I would like to confirm dates with actual documentation.
I am in the process and will forward all ...

Don't have alot of photos, had the wedding portrait of Alphonso Dolwick and his bride Mae Reckord Dolwick....need to locate that
.
Have the obit info on many Dolwicks...have you checked out the necrology file at the cleveland public library?...it is available online...the dates given are those of the publication...sometimes they give the date of death...many, many Dolwicks!

Alphonso Dolwick DOD 14 Mar 1953..
Frank Dolwick DOD 14 May 1960....
Caroline Dolwick (single) DOD Aug 1957....
Jacob Dolwick DOD 15 Feb 1947...
Eleanor Dolwick(wife of Frank) DOD 4 Feb 1943
Mae Dolwick (wife of Alphonso) DOD 1 Jan 1976

Thanks...
Susan Nemeth
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