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Henry and Hanna Daub lived Pittsburgh, PA in 1880's...

Henry and Hanna Daub lived Pittsburgh, PA in 1880's...

Posted: 9 May 2005 10:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wolz, Howard, Hoff, Hammer, Daub
I am trying to find anyone related to the descendants of Henry and Hanna Daub who immigrated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania around 1847 from Hesse, Germany. The family is listed on the 1880 Pittsburgh census with Henry born abt. 1831 in Germany, Hanna born abt.1837 in Germany and with children Edward H. born abt. 1858, Mary H. born abt. 1865, Emma I. born abt. 1871, Matilda H. 'Tillie' born abt. 1873, and Harry J. born abt. 1876, all children born in PA.

I am particularly interested in finding any information about Mary H. Daub as I have information that she married my great great grandfather (his 2nd marriage) George Howard, born in Ireland. They married April 23, 1896 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I have a picture of George Howard and Mary with my great-grandmother Grace Hoff (originally from Pittsburgh) and one of her daughters Dorothy possibly taken in New York City.

I would like to know what happend to George Howard and 2nd wife Mary...when they passed away, where and where buried? The last record I have of them is the 1930 Pittsburgh, PA census living on Hampton Street with Mary being 64 years of age. The 1910 Pittsburgh census states that Mary had given birth to 2 children and none were living at the time, so I don't believe they raised any of their own children but George did have four children by a previous marriage...Grace, Charles, Harry J. and William.

Any information on any of these people or Mary's family can be e-mailed to jbsmokey@aol.com

Re: Henry and Hanna Daub lived Pittsburgh, PA in 1880's...

Posted: 3 Dec 2010 2:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: DAUB, ARMBRUSTER, FELDBUSCH
I wonder if this is the same Henry Daub who was a brother of:

Daniel Daub, Henry Daub, Ludwig Daub, Johannes "John" Sr. Daub (1826 – 1902) and Catherine Daub Armbruster (1838-1909)? The aforementioned Daubs were the children of John & Sophia Feldbusch Daub.
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