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Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 20 Dec 2005 9:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Goebel Niersbach
Would appreciate any information about Henry Rademacher who died and is buried in the area of Milwaukee, WI.

Robert J. Niersbach

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 4 Jan 2008 8:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,

My name is Stephen Rademacher. Just found your post while googling my grandfather - Henry Stephen Rademacher. Etta Goebel was Henry's sister so I think we're talking about the same person. Henry died in '64 and is buried in Wheaton, Il. I would be very interested in any information you might have on Henry's parents, Henry J and Ottilie Rademacher. I'm not familiar with the surname Niersbach.

Steve

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 5 Jan 2008 12:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Niersbach Goebel
The U S Census records contain many references to Henry Rademacher; there are 16 in the year 1900 alone, none of which appeared to be your person. However, I did locate Henry J. Rademacher in the 1920 Census in Milwaukee - T-625, Roll 2003, Page 3 & E D 211, Sheet 3B. Ward 18.
The condition of the record via the Internet is very poor. However, Henry J.(63), Ottilie (57) and son, Romuald (27) reside at 695, the street name is illegible. All were born in Wisconsin, the H & W's parents were born in Germany.

Additionally, I found the death notice of Henry S. Rademacher in the March 15, 1964 Chicago Tribune in which it's stated that he died the previous day. He was age 74 years and lived at 1700 Manchester Rd. in Wheaton, IL. He was a retired attorney and left a widow, Laura, sons Perrin G. and Richard C. and a daughter, Mrs. Joan Klem. Services were held in the chapel of the Trinity Episcopal Church, Wheaton. He was the grandfather of nine.

Can I be of additional help? Robert J. Niersbach

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 6 Jan 2008 8:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Goebel Niersbach
Steve, are you referring to Henrietta 'Etta' GOEBEL, who in the 1920 Census was age 75, a widow, residing in Chicago's 22nd Ward with her daughter Carrie, age 44, single? This Etta immigrated from Germany in 1846 and became a citizen in 1852/1862(?). Her address was 1868 N. Halsted St., Chicago. The Census ref. is T626, R333, P3; E D 1249, Sheet 33.
The 1910 Census for Chicago listed a Henry J. GOEBEL (57) residing at 646 St. Louis Ave., in the 35th Ward, a widower, immigrated from Germany in 1868, occupation was sawyer. Census ref: T624, R283, P171; E D 1526, Sheet 9B.
Residing with him were: Henry F/H(?), age 30, single; Cora (22), Gertrude M. (17) and Florence (11), all of whom were born in Illinois.
Also, in the 1910 Census in Chicago was Henry GOEBEL (53), born in Wisconsin and his wife Caroline (51) who was born in Illinois. Her father was German born in Brazil. There were no children. They had been married for 19 years and lived at 1138 Diversey Blvd. in the 25th Ward. The Census ref: T624, R268, P99; E D 1080, Sheet 14A.
I have been in personal contact with a Thomas GOEBEL of Morton Grove, IL and we both have female ancestor(s)with the surname NIERSBACH.
What additional information can you give me as to your parents, to fill in the gap between you and your grandfather?
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best regards, Bob Niersbach

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 7 Jan 2008 8:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
I guess I was a little confused about your original post. My great grandfather Henry John Rademacher was born in Milwaukee in 1857 and died there in 1920. His wife's name was Ottilie and she's buried with him in Milwaukee's Calvary Cemetery. They had three children - Etta Marie, Henry Stephen (my grandfather) and Romuald Theodore. I have info about the three children. I have nothing on Henry John's history other than he was a life-long resident of Milwaukee (I believe born there) and was co-owner of Horsch-Rademacher Wood and Coal Company in Milwaukee. I'm looking for information on Henry John beyond what I can find in federal census records.

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 7 Jan 2008 10:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Goebel Niersbach
Steve, thanks for the add'l input. I have checked the immigrants from Germany from 1830-1860 coming to USA through Castle Garden. There were 73 Rademachers. That info is available on the Internet. The ages and first names are given along with the ship's name and date of arrival. you should be able to access it.
The Wisconsin Historical Society (on the Internet) lists that there is an article regarding Henry G.(sic) Rademacher in the Milwaukee Sentinel of 26 April 1920 with reference "Year": 1857-1920. You may wish to check this further, the dates seem to coincide.
The WHS lists a death record in Milwaukee County for a Henry Rademacher on 31 May 1906: Ref - Reel 097, Vlume 33, Page 0466, Image 0012, Index Vol. 10, Sequence #311175.
Also, available on the Internet is the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. These are some of the 34 Rademacher names -
Johann (16) to Wisconsin from Bremen departure to NYC aboard Ship Magdalene, arrived 29 June 1868.
C. L. Rademacher, (39) 'gentleman' U. S. resident, aboard Steamer Washington from Bremerhaven to NYC arrived 30 August 1854. He probably was returning from a visit to Germany.
Henry (44) watchmaker, sailed from Liverpool aboard City of Washington to NYC, arrived 19 August 1858, passenger #230.
This information was copied from the passenger list of the Ship Elise, from Bremen to NYC, arriving 19 May 1836 - - -
135 John Georg Rademacher (28) male mason
136 Carol. Redemacher, his wife (28) female
137 Charles Rademacher, his child (4mo) male
138 John Henry Rademacher (34) male mason
139 Fried^k Rademacher, his wife (32) female
140 John Henry Rademacher, his child (7) male
141 F??? Chr? Rademaker, his child (4) male
142 John Charles Rademacher child (2) male

I spent considerable time on this today, so I hope you find a clue or two to assist your further research. Good luck.
Bob Niersbach


Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 15 Jan 2008 10:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Goebel Niersbach
January 15, 2008

Steve, please acknowledge receipt of prior messages, so I can be sure you have received them.

There is currently a PERRIN and Martha RADEMACHER listed as residing in Wheaton, IL. There was a PERRIN listed in the 1964 death notice of Henry S. Rademacher.

Bob Niersbach

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 11 Mar 2010 1:22AM GMT
Classification: Query
Am very new to Ancestry.com, found this on my first day! My husband's family are the descendants of Richard Childs Rademacher, mother Laura and father Henry, and by the way a cousin to Stephen, to whom you are replying. Picked up some new names for my study, so thank you for replying.
Constance Rademacher, wife of Richard Corwin Rademacher.

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 11 Mar 2010 1:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Have you heard from Steve?
Perrin Rademacher, the elder is Steve's dad, now deceased. The younger Perrin is a nephew to Steve. Pardon me for butting in to your message uninvited.
Constance Rademacher

Re: Henry Rademacher Wisconsin

Posted: 17 Mar 2010 12:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Rademacher Niersbach
Constance, not a problem. I have heard nothing further.

Bob Niersbach
16 March 2010
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