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Charles Roeder

Charles Roeder

Posted: 21 Oct 1999 6:06PM GMT
Edited: 9 Aug 2003 5:19AM GMT
Looking for information regarding The Roeder family of Brooklyn in 1880's, Charles, Fred,and Dora.

Charles Roeder

Claudia Roeder Dovman (View posts)
Posted: 10 Feb 2000 5:15AM GMT
My paternal grandfather was Frederick Roeder, who had a brother named Charles. According to my mother they had a business in Brooklyn at the end of the 19th century. Frederick G.was married to Clara Rebecca Ames and they were married in Brooklyn in the 1890's. We do not have any information regarding a Dora. Could these possibly be the individuals that you are looking for? If you have further information about them and other family connections, I would be very interested in hearing about them. Members of this family are buried in New York Bay Cemetary in Jersey City, NJ. They include William, 3 yrs., George, 2 yrs., Frederick, 67 yrs., Lena, 62 yrs., Milton S., 6 yrs. and others.

Charles Roeder

Minarose (View posts)
Posted: 10 Feb 2000 2:23PM GMT
Well there is a possibility that this could be the Charles that i am looking for. I am doing research for a special project and the Roeders that i am trying to get info about arre buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Brooklyn. According to my findings they lived in williamsburg and had a business there. i think one had a barbershop, another was a postman. They seemed to be well off and have quite a stately little mausoleum in Evergreen. it looks lie a castle. The Roeders in question also served in the Spanish American War.
They also lived on Pacific Street in Brooklyn. Nesselhauf was one of the sisters names. Another lived in Long Island. I hope that will help you. Please let me know if we can help each other. Thanks!

Roeders, Brooklyn, NY

Claudia Dovman (View posts)
Posted: 11 Feb 2000 5:59AM GMT
It is a possibility. However the information does not match anything I have ever heard through the family. I am focusing on Frederick G. Roeder, whose sister was Lillian Smith of Elizabeth, NJ.

Brooklyn Roeders

Claudia Dovman (View posts)
Posted: 12 Feb 2000 6:18AM GMT
Minarose,
I have done some further digging into files that my brother put together some years ago. He records a Charles Roeder who married a Gussie Lelong (no date), and they have three children, Charles, Kenneth and Clarence all born in the early 20th c. His father was Frederick GEorge Roeder, and his grandfather was George Frederick Roeder b., ca. 1840, Darmstadt, Germany. He owned a saloon in Greenville, NJ on Ocean Street.

I think we have people with the same name, but not the same person. But maybe they are distantly related. I would like to keep the dialog going.

Roeder

Rosemarie (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jun 2000 10:17PM GMT
Claudia, remember me. I somehow must have overlooked your response. It may have been at the time when my monitor went out. Anyway I am still doing my research and I'd like to know if John Lind rings a bell, alone with
Evergreen Cemetery. I think the Roeders in question fought in the spanish American War, came from Williamsburh, Brooklyn and maybe had a barbershop. Keep me posted this is so much fun.
Posted: 12 Apr 2001 2:40PM GMT
Edited: 2 Jul 2001 1:50AM GMT
I am very interested in your query about Dora Roeder. My great aunt was Dora Roeder (nee Panzer). I believe Dora's real name was Dorothea but everyone knew her as Dora. They lived somewhere in the NY Metropolitan Ave. I dont know what her husband's first name was but Dora had a son Frederick or Fred and a daughter Dorothy. Fred was married to Louise Roeder (Nee?) and Dorothy was married to Ray Boylan and later Mark Vlock. Dorothy is still living. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone? C. Burn, M.D.

Re: Dora Roeder

Rosemarie Baker (View posts)
Posted: 14 Apr 2001 6:39AM GMT
I hope this helps us both. Dora died in 1954, she was married to Frederick. She had a son Charles and daughters Louise, Emily, Anna and Rose. I need information for a research project. I am not a family member. They are buried in Brooklyn.

Re: Charles Roeder

Posted: 7 Nov 2009 3:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
I live right by their mausoleum. I literally walked past it today. It's gorgeous. I took some photos of it actually. I don't know if you've seen it but if you haven't I'll send them to you.
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