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Boehm's from Germany to New York Early 1900's

Boehm's from Germany to New York Early 1900's

Posted: 26 Feb 2000 9:39PM GMT
Edited: 28 Jun 2001 1:30AM GMT
any info would be very helpful
my husband's father was from Germany came here to western new york around 1912 ,his name was carl boehm .would like family info .

Carl Boehm

Posted: 11 Apr 2000 4:24PM GMT
Edited: 20 Jul 2001 2:38AM GMT
During the 1930's a Carl Boehm owned a noodle factory in the Bloomfield section of Pittsburgh, Pa. As a child I lived next door and on the other side of the factory the family had a house. Hope this will help.

Re: Boehm's from Germany to New York Early 1900's

Sharon Ames (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jul 2003 8:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Boehm
know of one Boehm family that lived in Corning NY in 1912, my father's great aunt was Mrs. Henry Boehm.

Re: Carl Boehm & the noodle factory

Bonnie Funk (View posts)
Posted: 28 Sep 2005 9:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Funk, Boehm, Dithrich/Dietrich
You are speaking of the W. Boehm Noodle factory at on Friendship Ave (I have a photo of the side of the building that still has the sign painted on it) -- Do you know anything else about the family or the factory? My grandfather is related to them, but they lost contact and I'm trying to learn as much as I can about them and the factory.

Re: Carl Boehm & the noodle factory

Posted: 1 Oct 2005 10:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Feb 2006 12:52AM GMT
When I was a teenager in the 1940's my family lived in a house on one side of the noddle factory and 2 female Boehm's lived in a house on the other side. I don't remember their names. It is my understanding that the factory has been converted into apartments. I live about a 20 minute drive from there now but haven't been back for about 20 years. I do want to go there one day. If you live out of state,I will try to find
info. at the Carnegie Library for you. Reply thru my email. How much info. do you have on the family. Maybe I can help you.
Alice Estatico

Re: Boehm's from Germany to New York Early 1900's

Posted: 7 Feb 2013 12:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mary, Carl, John, Wendelin
Hi, I'm not sure if you are still on here, but my family goes back to the Boehm's. The first generation of Boehm's to come over from Germany came in 1880. There were two brothers-John and Wendelin and both had families after arriving. They founded the noodle factory-which started at J Boehm & Bro Homemade Egg Noodles. My great great grandmother, Mary Boehm, came to live with John(her uncle) in 1896. Carl lived a few blocks away from the noodle factory where both John and Wendelin lived. Most of their children worked in different areas of the factory, including Mary. Hope this helps!

Re: Boehm's from Germany to New York Early 1900's

Posted: 8 Feb 2013 3:29AM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone know if there is a connection here? My great-grandmother's name was Caroline Fredegunde Emmy Adelheid BÖHM (Boehm). She was born in 1857 in Zellerfeld, Germany. Her parents were Heinrich August Wilhelm BÖHM and Christiane Erneste Henrike KOCH.

Re: Carl Boehm & the noodle factory

Posted: 2 Mar 2013 10:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
I live in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh. I go to the Carnegie to do research as well as the History Center, but thanks for the offer. I took the pictures of the building that was the noddle company by following mym mom's directions. She had memories of going over to that area when she was little.
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