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Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Shari (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jul 2001 1:54AM GMT
Surnames: Pohl, Pickens, Stowell, McGuirk, Pung, Tanner, Vliet (sp), Rountree, Ayling, Sheltraw (sp)
Henrich b. approx 1803; Maria b. approx 1811. Their daughter Anna Apollonia Rademacher was born in 1841 Prussia. She was the 2nd wife of John Peter Pohl, married 9 Jan 1866 & residing in Westphalia, Clinton County, Michigan. If anyone knows this line, I am desperately trying to find if they had a child named Nicholas Pohl (b. Oct 1866 in Clinton Co, MI) &/or any other children. Thanks in advance for any help!

Re: Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Pat (View posts)
Posted: 22 Dec 2001 3:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher
Hi Shari, I have information relating to Heinrich, that is listed in the St. Mary's Westphalia Book. It lists Heinrich b 7/15/1806 in Eifel Germany, arriived in the 1840's, settled in Section 15. Wife: Maria Gertrude Esch, b 1/12/1812 in Wimbach/Eifel, Germany, d/o Christian Esch.
They had five children. 1) Anna Gertrude, b 8/12/1838, m 1857 to Felix Saier, s/o Joseph Saier & Anna M. Brenn ________,
2) Anna Apollonia, b 8/8/1841, m 1866 to John P. Pohl, widr/o Margaret Trierweiler, s/o Nikolas Pohl & Anna K. Mauer,
3) Gerhard (George) b 8/5/1844, m 1870 to Appolonia Buechel, d/o Anton Buechel & Maria A. Heimermann, 4) Christina b 3/3/1847, 5) John Peter b 8/2/1849, m Anna Becker ?
Hope this helps. If you need for me to look up any other information regarding Westphalia, Michigan, please let me know! Pat

Re: Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Shari (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 2001 1:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks Pat! I have taken a little break for the holidays, but appreciate your response. If I have further questions, I will write back after I've entered this information. Thanks so much again & Merry Christmas!

Rademacher, St. Mary's Westphalia Book

Posted: 12 Oct 2005 7:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher, Reinhardt
I just got some new Info on my Rademacher's who went to Wisconsin, but on the same ship (see below) is Heinrich, Maria Gertrude and their three children of the time that you noted on the message board in the above book. My ancestor is Michael who went to Wisconsin, and you can see that two elder Rademacher's came also, Barbara and Johann and I wish you could check and see if they are listed in the book. Barbara was in Wisconsin for the 1850 census but I can find nothing else. Thanks if you can look, Cherie Lynn

Re: Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Posted: 12 Oct 2005 8:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher, Reinhardt
Heinrich and Maria Gertrude and the three eldest children arrived on August 25, 1846 on the ship, John N Gosler, origins, Deutschland, from London to New York. Also on the same ship, same day was Michael Rademacher (who went to Brown County, Wisconsin and married Augusta Maria Reinhardt in 1849) with also on the ship Johann and Barbara Rademacher and two young adult daughters Sophia and another Gertrude. See Ancestry.com, New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists, Original data Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789-1919 Archives, Washington.

Re: Henrich Rademacher married to Maria Gertrude Esch

Posted: 3 May 2012 4:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher
Have you heard from anyone on this yet? These people are a distant connection to one of my great-grandmothers, Gertrude Zimmer (her mother was Apollonia Esch), out of Rheinland-Pfalz. On another direct line we have good Rademacher info, but I have not been able to make a reliable connection between this Heinrich Rademacher who came to Westphalia in the 1840s and the two earlier immigrant Rademachers: Bernard & Franz (my great-great-grandfather) who were from Heggen in Nordrhein-Westfalen.
We also have other Pohl connections. A researcher in Germany says that these Rademachers in Rheinland-Pfalz had come down from the Lichtringhausen - Heggen area at an earlier time. I have no great faith in this, as he is relying on Johann Rademacher being a "unique" name. I have been in touch with a sixth cousin in Heggen-Finnentrop, and she says Rademacher is a common name in Germany.
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