Peter Henrich Lorentz1

#6001

Family

Anna Margaretha Rauch born after 1713

Life Events

Marriage*19 August 1750; (Germantown Ref. Chbk.); Principal=Anna Margaretha Rauch1 
Last Edited16 June 2006

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p750.

Unknown Kipp

#6002

Family

Katherine Maria Mann born 29 July 1902

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Katherine Maria Mann 
ChartsSome Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited16 June 2006

Maude Traver1

#6003, born 19 January 1871, died 6 June 1948
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*William Henry Traver1 born 11 November 1825, died 5 October 1902
Mother*Philena Worden1 born 17 November 1829, died 11 December 1912

Family

Benjamin F. Tator born 5 October 1865, died 10 September 1930
Child

Life Events

Birth*19 January 1871; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York1 
Marriage*4 September 1889; Hill Methodist Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York; Principal=Benjamin F. Tator1 
Death*6 June 1948; Hastings-on-Hudson, New York1 
ChartsSome Descendants of Albertse Roosa
Some Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Anthony Jansen Van Salee
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited16 June 2006

Citations

  1. [S490] "Meeker chart," (MS; DJW files). Hereinafter cited as "Meeker chart."

Benjamin F. Tator1

#6004, born 5 October 1865, died 10 September 1930
Father*James Henry Tator1 born 23 February 1835, died 3 May 1883
Mother*Margaret Ann Fraleigh1 born 22 February 1842, died 4 January 1916

Family

Maude Traver born 19 January 1871, died 6 June 1948
Child

Life Events

Birth*5 October 1865; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York1 
Marriage*4 September 1889; Hill Methodist Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York; Principal=Maude Traver1 
Death*10 September 1930; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York1 
ChartsSome Descendants of Albertse Roosa
Some Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Anthony Jansen Van Salee
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited16 June 2006

Citations

  1. [S490] "Meeker chart," (MS; DJW files). Hereinafter cited as "Meeker chart."

Harold Lee Tator1

#6005, born 12 January 1895, died 15 February 1969
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Benjamin F. Tator1 born 5 October 1865, died 10 September 1930
Mother*Maude Traver1 born 19 January 1871, died 6 June 1948

Family

Ermina Simpson Hedges born 16 July 1890, died 29 June 1964

Life Events

Residence*Bridgeport, CT, Fairfield, CT, Pompton Lakes, NJ, Lodis, NJ, New Britain, CT, Colebrook, CT1 
Birth*12 January 1895; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York1 
Marriage*19 February 1915; Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York; Principal=Ermina Simpson Hedges1 
Death*15 February 1969; Colebrook, Connecticut1 
ChartsSome Descendants of Albertse Roosa
Some Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Anthony Jansen Van Salee
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited17 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S490] "Meeker chart," (MS; DJW files). Hereinafter cited as "Meeker chart."

Ermina Simpson Hedges1

#6006, born 16 July 1890, died 29 June 1964
Father*Daniel Gifford Hedges1 born 10 August 1860, died 10 December 1902
Mother*Luella Christina Simpson1 born 22 July 1861, died 4 April 1938

Family

Harold Lee Tator born 12 January 1895, died 15 February 1969

Life Events

Birth*16 July 1890; Mt. Ross, Dutchess, New York1 
Marriage*19 February 1915; Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York; Principal=Harold Lee Tator1 
Death*29 June 1964; Colebrook, Connecticut1 
ChartsSome Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited17 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S490] "Meeker chart," (MS; DJW files). Hereinafter cited as "Meeker chart."

Jost Quintin1,2

#6009, born about 1608, died before 1661
More research is needed to prove Jost's connection to father Willem J. Quint and on to Charles V, founder of the Habsburg Empire.2
Relationship10th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Willem Jansz Quint van Triest3 born about 1555
Mother*Maria Van Leeuwen4 died 1622
Father-OtherJost Quintin; Alternative relationship?5

Family

Anna Maria Fauth born 1612, died 1644
Children

Life Events

NoteA fascinating article titled "The Rose, the Swan, and Gertrude Steinkopf" by by James Nohl Churchyard, Ph.D. contains research describing the background of Gertrude Steinkopf's family. Jost was a host at The Swan at Oppenheim in the Palatinate. Apparently, both the Quint and Steinkopf families were in the tavern or inn keeping trade for several generations.6 
Note*"formerly citizen and landlord Zum Schwan"1 
Birth*about 1608; zum Schwan, Germany2,7 
Marriage*Principal=Anna Maria Fauth8 
Death*before 16611 
(Witness) HistoryCoincidence-Hugenots,1600,Oppenheim,Ger.;Quinns,DeLette,& Roth
By MELVIN LETT January 22, 2005 at 07:49:21

https://www.intergate.com/~churchyardjn/RoseSwan.html#hugthttps://www.intergate.com/~churchyardjn/RoseSwan.html#hugtIntroduction

Jost Quintin, host at The Swan in Oppenheim, was a grandfather of a 1709 Palatine emigrant to New York who was an ancestor of mine.

Being a member of Flagon and Trencher by virtue of descent from Maria Truax, an interesting tavern keeper in New Amsterdam, I was motivated to find out more about him. In the process I found another family of tavern keepers.

I also found a human interest story of the lives and times of these ancestors.In 1600 Oppenheim was a thriving city comparable to its neighbors Mainz and Worms. By the end of the century it was a devastated ruin. My ancestors experienced it all:war, fire, plague, famine.Finally, when the situtation became intolerable, they fled down the Rhine to New York in 1709.

This web page is an expanded version of my article, "The Rose, The Swan, and Gertraud Steinkopf," NYG&B Record, Vol. 131, No. 2 (April 2000),pages 96-104.This has the detailed foot notes for all the genealogical data presented here.Please see the article if you want the exact citations for the vital statistics. [top]

The Sources
The story of this family in America is given in Henry Z Jones, Jr., The Palatine Families of New York, Universal City, 1985, pages 747-749. There we read how family appears in the lists of those fleeing germany and their subsequent settlements in New York.

The Oppenheim Protestant church records have been microfilmed. These start in 1567 to 1580 depending on the type of record. Although these are all identified as the St. Katharinen Reformed Church records, volume 4 actually is the first book of the St. Sebastian Lutheran Church. And volume 2 has some Catholic Church records from the period of the Spanish occupation.

The various pastors performed their record keeping function with varying degrees of success and I have been able to read the records with varying degrees of success. (Corrections are most welcome.) There are some gaps in the records but none relevant to this study.

St. Katharinen Reform. Gemeinde Kirchenbuch, vol. I, LDS microfilm 1270193 item 4
St. Katharinen Reform. Gemeinde Kirchenbuch, vol. II, LDS microfilms 1270193 item 5 and 1270194 item 1 (also contains some Catholic Church records)
St. Katharinen Reform. Gemeinde Kirchenbuch, vol. IV, LDS microfilm 1270194 item 3 (actually contains records from St. Sebastian Lutheran Church)
These records often give the occupations of men. This is the key information for tracing the history of the taverns. Probate records are not available.

Women are usually mentioned only in connection with a man: they are the daughter, wife, or widow of a man. Maiden names can only be inferred if she is noted as a daughter of a man.

The St. Katharinen Church was originally built as a three-nave Romanesque basilica in the early 1200s. But the archbishop of Mainz elevated it to a collegiate church and it was expanded in the Gothic style in the 1300s. In 1333 the stained glass window called the "Oppenheimer Rose" was funded by city council members. The late-Gothic western choir was built in 1415-1425. The French destroyed the city and damaged the church in the 1689 plundering and burning of the Palatinate. Subsequently the city was re-built in the old style and the church repaired. St. Katharinen today is counted as one of the most significant examples of Gothic architecture along the Rhine.

Two more important sources on the history of the church and the town in general are

Peter Zschunke,Konfession und Alltag in Oppenheim, Franz Steiner Verlag, Wiesbaden, 1984
Peter Zschunke, "Die Katharinenkirche im Oppenheim der drei Konfessionen (1685-1822)," St. Katharinen zu Oppenheim: Lebendige Steine - Spiegel der Geschichte, Verlag der Rheinhessischen Druckwerkstätte, Alzey, 1989
Dr. Zschunke studied the city tax book of 1684 to provide locations of taverns and other businesses at that time. He touches on all aspects of this small city: the natural setting, the sanitary and fire protection issues, the religious and political life of the city and the demographics of the population over time. [top]

Chronology of Hosts at The Rose and The Swan
The Rose
The Rose, the tavern with the longer history, first appears in connection with a woman named Anna and her three husbands. Her maiden name and parentage have not been found nor the date of her first marriage. Mattheys Friedrich, the first husband and host at The Rose, was buried at St. Katharinen 28 July 1592. She is noted on 12 November 1595 as his widow on the occasion of her marriage to Sebastian Diel, a cooper. He was buried on 8 May 1599 and was noted as the former host on the occasion of her marriage to Balthasar Fangdt, a journeyman potter from Koblenz, on 14 April 1600. This marriage lasted only a few months as Anna was buried later that same year on 11 September 1600. Balthasar Fangdt, her third husband, continued to manage The Rose until his death before 1626. The surname Fangdt is clearly spelled that way in the early records, but later it changes to Fauth and Fandt. Did the pronunciation change or did the spelling conventions?

Balthasar Fangdt married four times. His last wife was another Anna. She married, 16 February 1626, "Jacobus Roth" from Frankfurt. His occupation is not given in the record though space was left to enter it. Johannes Rhot [sic!], citizen and host at The Rose, and his wife Anna executed a land lease for an empty house lot outside the western city gate on 4 October 1627. This indicates that The Rose was probably in the near vicinity. The only nearby tavern on the 1684 map was about 65 meters east of this gate. Most of the other taverns were along the north-south road near the eastern edge of the city. (See the map.) At some point their marriage record was angrily cross-hatched out. When she subsequently married she was again referred to as the widow of Balthasar Fauth with no mention of this intermediate marriage. These sparse records do invite speculation!

Hans Burkhart Fauth was the next host at The Rose. He was a son of Balthasar Fangdt and his second wife. He was baptized 3 April 1608. He married firstly, on 17 June 1630, Catharina Meyer in the Franciscan Catholic Church. She was buried 5 January 1644 and the record states that she was the wife of the mayor of Oppenheim. He married secondly another Catharina, marriage record not found. He died before 18 April 1658 when the first banns of Christian Borkfeldt and his widow were published at St. Katharinen.

Christian Borkfeldt was named the host at The Rose in the record of their marriage in the St. Sebastian Lutheran Church on 17 May 1658. So again the subsequent husband took over the previous husband's business.

Ægidius Quintin was the next host at The Rose on record. He was a grandson of Balthasar Fangdt and a nephew to Hans Burkhart Fauth. He was baptized 2 September 1638. He was called a host, establishment not named, in the record of his first marriage (first banns 14 January 1666). He married again on 15 October 1678, but died soon after, being buried on 31 January 1679. In both of these records he is named host at The Rose. So he had succeeded to the family business.

The Swan
The Quintins were hosts at The Swan, sometimes called The White Swan.

The location of The Swan was pointed out by a knowledgeable local historian as the present 36 Mainzer Strasse. In his youth it was still called The Swan and he had seen records going much further back naming it thus. It is now a restaurant. Opposite this location is 31 Mainzer Strasse - this he said was the probable site of the associated brewery.

There were two Jost Quintins, father and son. The elder married a widow Maria — on 24 October 1609. No occupation is noted in this record. He married secondly Catharina de Lett, a daughter of Johannes de Lett in November or December 1622. This record is undated but is bracketed by one dated 11 November and another dated 11 December. Both men are noted as hosts at The White Swan, Quintin at Oppenheim and de Lett at Frankfurt. The Quintin and de Lett surnames are presumably both of French origin and may indicate Huguenot refugee backgrounds. No children of this marriage or this couple's death records have been found.

Jost Quintin, the younger, was baptized 9 September 1610. He married Anna Maria Fauth, the daughter of Balthasar Fauth, late host at The Rose, on 3 June 1633. His occupation is not given on this record. Jost appears many times in the church records from 1639 onward as host at The Swan, beer brewer, and lodging provider. He was buried on 28 June 1657. After his death no one else is mentioned as tavern keeper there. His youngest son followed the allied trade of beer brewer, but apparently The Swan was no more.

The Huguenot Connection
The Quintins may have been part of the settlement of Dutch and French Calvinist merchants who were forced out of Frankfurt by religious oppression and encouraged to settle in Oppenheim by Prince Friedrich IV in 1609. The area of the city where they settled is still called "Welschdorf," (Stranger's Village). They were provided the former Franciscan Church to build their parish in. Unfortunately, no records from this church are known.

Quintin is Latin and means "the fifth born." According to tradition Quintinus (or Quentin) was a Christian missionary martyr who was beheaded on the road from Amiens to Reims about AD 300. His body was thrown in the Somme River. The site is the current city St. Quentin, France. He was especially venerated in northern France and Belgium. This area is probably where the saint's name developed into a surname. Later French Protestants flourished for a while in this region. But then they were suppressed and forced to flee.

Jost Quintin the elder married secondly Catharina de Lett, daughter of Johannes de Lett, in Oppenheim about December 1622. In this record both Jost Quintin and Johannes de Lett are termed "host at the White Swan," the former at Oppenheim, the latter Frankfurt. Quintin and de Lett are presumably both French names pointing to Huguenot orgins.

Please send any comments or suggestions to the author using the link at the bottom of the Al & Jim's Home Page.

Updated 7 November 2002.9 
ChartsOur Ancestors - Paged Pedigree
Isabel Coons - Paged Pedigree
Last Edited4 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Z. Jones Jr., More Palatine Families (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1991), p. 747.
  2. [S284] Church of the Latter Day Saints/FamilySearch.org, https://new.familysearch.org/en/action/openpopup?dest=splitpopup&depth=1&bookid=p.LZ9M-9ZT&focus=p.LZ9M-9ZT
  3. [S424] Web page, https://www.myheritage.com/site-146302221/petersons. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  4. [S542] MyHeritage SuperSearch, https://www.myheritage.com/research?s=52633151&formId=master&formMode=&action=query&catId=1&qname=Name+fn.Willem%2F3J%2F2+ln.Quint&qbirth=Event+et.birth+ey.1400. Hereinafter cited as MyHeritage.
  5. [S284] Church of the Latter Day Saints/FamilySearch.org, https://new.familysearch.org/en/action/hourglassiconicview?bookid=p.LZ6R-81J&datapath=hq.p.LZ6R-81J_,,p.LZDH-B3J|,,,,.
  6. [S321] "New York Genealogical & Biographical Record", 86:197, April 2000, pp. 96-104.
  7. [S534] Genforum, https://genforum.genealogy.com/lett/messages/1781.html. Hereinafter cited as Genforum.
  8. [S424] Web page, www.archives.com. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  9. [S534] Genforum, https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/lett/1781/. Hereinafter cited as Genforum.

Magdalena Tragner1,2

#6010, born 1616
Relationship10th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Johann Steinkopf
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Johann Steinkopf3 
Birth*1616; Oppenheim 
ChartsOur Ancestors - Paged Pedigree
Isabel Coons - Paged Pedigree
Last Edited4 July 2018

Citations

  1. "Hans Steinkopf, s/o the late Hans Steinkopf - formerly citizen and butcher here, md. Magdalena, wid/o Ersten Hans Tragner - formerly butcher in Worms (Oppenheim Ref. Chbk.)"
  2. [S337] Henry Z. Jones Jr., More Palatine Families (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1991), p. 747-748.
  3. [S337] Henry Z. Jones Jr., More Palatine Families (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1991), p. 747.

Daniel Badgerley

#6011, born about 1804

Family

Hannah B. Wing born 1817, died 27 November 1892

Life Events

Birth*about 1804; Red Hook, Dutchess, New York; IGI1 
Marriage*between 1850 and 1860; Principal=Hannah B. Wing2 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited17 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S284] Church of the Latter Day Saints/FamilySearch.org, Film No. 455155.
  2. [S312] Census, 1860.

Mary Tipple1

#6012, born 27 December 1882, died 27 December 1918
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Doris Joan Muller
Father*John Henry Tipple1 born 27 March 1826, died 13 May 1883
Mother*Amelia H. Wing1 born about 20 July 1841, died 4 February 1900

Life Events

Birth*27 December 18821 
(Witness) Burialafter 4 February 1900; Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York; . Daughter Harriet Tipple Hoffman purchased cemetery lot: Section 18, Lot 35, Area 161, deed No. 2673. Buried here are Stella A. Chambers, Amelia, John H. Tipple, Mary Tipple, Ollie Tipple and Harriet T. Hoffman. Some were removed from other cemeteries. Amelia is in 35-18-2; Principal=Amelia H. Wing1
Death*27 December 1918; Poughkeepsie (Town of), Dutchess, New York; Tuberculosis1 
Burial*after 27 December 1918; 35-18-41 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Some Descendants of Johann Peter Diewel/Dipple/Tipple
Last Edited16 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S309] Cemetery record, Letter from Cemetery in DJW files.

Ida Pitcairn1

#6013, born about 1858
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Robert B. Pitcairn1 born 28 September 1830, died 11 December 1893
Mother*Mary C. Wing1 born 11 December 1833, died 3 August 1903

Life Events

Birth*about 18581 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited30 June 2006

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1880 New York City Page 30, Supervisor's Dist. No. 1, Enumeration Dist. No. 234.

Robert Pitcairn Jr.

#6014, born about 1862
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Robert B. Pitcairn1 born 28 September 1830, died 11 December 1893
Mother*Mary C. Wing1 born 11 December 1833, died 3 August 1903

Life Events

Birth*about 18621 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited16 August 2006

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1880 New York City Page 30, Supervisor's Dist. No. 1, Enumeration Dist. No. 234.

Christina Unknown1

#6015

Family

Floyd August Tipple born 14 August 1896, died 22 November 1978
Children

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Floyd August Tipple1 
Divorce10 October 1929; Christinia A. Tipple filed for divorce from Floyd A. Tipple and asked for custody of two children.; Principal=Floyd August Tipple2 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Some Descendants of Johann Peter Diewel/Dipple/Tipple
Some Descendants of Albertse Roosa
Some Descendants of Albertus Schreiber
Some Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Anthony Jansen Van Salee
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited30 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1920.
  2. [S310] Newspaper clipping, Oakland Tribune Oct. 10, 1929.

Margaret Tipple1

#6016, born 1928?
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father-Other*Floyd August Tipple1 born 14 August 1896, died 22 November 1978
Mother*Christina Unknown1

Life Events

Name-OthMarjorie2 
Birth*1928?1 
Anecdote*1938; "Three girls employed at the Crockett Refinery... Marjorie Tipple, laboratory,... are entered in the beauty contest which is a part of the Fourth of July celebration being planned for Rodeo, Crockett's neighboring community....3 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Some Descendants of Johann Peter Diewel/Dipple/Tipple
Some Descendants of Albertse Roosa
Some Descendants of Albertus Schreiber
Some Descendants of Thomas Southard
Some Descendants of Jacob Jansen Van Etten
Some Descendants of Anthony Jansen Van Salee
Some Descendants of Peter Worden
Last Edited30 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S312] Census, 1920.
  2. [S511] Floyd Tipple - Personal Account, "Retiree's Personal Account when Lid Blew off Mt. Lassen", The Cubelet Press Vol. XXXI, No. 11 (Nov 1966): Cubelet Press is the house organ of C&H (The California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining Corporation) in Crockett, CA. April 12, 1945. Hereinafter cited as "Mt. Lassen Volcano."
  3. [S511] Floyd Tipple - Personal Account, "Retiree's Personal Account when Lid Blew off Mt. Lassen", The Cubelet Press Vol. XXXI, No. 11 (Nov 1966): Cubelet Press is the house organ of C&H (The California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining Corporation) in Crockett, CA. May 12, 1938. Hereinafter cited as "Mt. Lassen Volcano."

Samantha Lobdell

#6019, born 12 October 1819

Family

James Heath Wing born 21 October 1817, died June 1902
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=James Heath Wing 
Birth*12 October 1819 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Caroline Wing

#6020, born 14 January 1842, died 20 October 1899
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*James Heath Wing born 21 October 1817, died June 1902
Mother*Samantha Lobdell born 12 October 1819

Family

Marius Murch born 26 May 1839, died 3 February 1922
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Marius Murch 
Birth*14 January 1842; Stanfordville, Dutchess, New York 
Death*20 October 1899; Dutchess, New York 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Marius Murch

#6021, born 26 May 1839, died 3 February 1922

Family

Caroline Wing born 14 January 1842, died 20 October 1899
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Caroline Wing 
Birth*26 May 1839; Dutchess, New York 
Death*3 February 1922; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Grace Amelia Murch

#6022, born 17 January 1860, died 22 December 1943
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Marius Murch born 26 May 1839, died 3 February 1922
Mother*Caroline Wing born 14 January 1842, died 20 October 1899

Family

George Lewis White born 11 February 1854, died 6 June 1938
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=George Lewis White 
Birth*17 January 1860; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York 
Death*22 December 1943; Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

George Lewis White

#6023, born 11 February 1854, died 6 June 1938

Family

Grace Amelia Murch born 17 January 1860, died 22 December 1943
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Grace Amelia Murch 
Birth*11 February 1854; Massachusetts 
Death*6 June 1938; St. Albans, Queens, New York 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Caroline White

#6024, born 1880
Relationship3rd cousin 2 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*George Lewis White born 11 February 1854, died 6 June 1938
Mother*Grace Amelia Murch born 17 January 1860, died 22 December 1943

Family

Peter Maxa
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Peter Maxa 
Birth*1880 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Peter Maxa

#6025

Family

Caroline White born 1880
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Caroline White 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Frances Maxa

#6026, born 30 August 1910, died 1963
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Peter Maxa
Mother*Caroline White born 1880

Family

Carlton Ernest Hadden born 18 December 1907, died February 1987
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Carlton Ernest Hadden 
Birth*30 August 1910; Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York 
Death*1963; Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Carlton Ernest Hadden

#6027, born 18 December 1907, died February 1987

Family

Frances Maxa born 30 August 1910, died 1963
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Frances Maxa 
Birth*18 December 1907 
Death*February 1987 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Carlton Edward Hadden

#6028, born October 1928
Relationship5th cousin of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Carlton Ernest Hadden born 18 December 1907, died February 1987
Mother*Frances Maxa born 30 August 1910, died 1963

Family

Josephine Pinello
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Josephine Pinello 
Birth*October 1928 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Josephine Pinello

#6029

Family

Carlton Edward Hadden born October 1928
Child

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Carlton Edward Hadden 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006

Nancy Jo Hadden

#6030
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Carlton Edward Hadden born October 1928
Mother*Josephine Pinello

Family

Vincent McCombs

Life Events

Marriage*Principal=Vincent McCombs 
ChartsSome Descendants of Elder William Brewster of the Mayflower
Last Edited2 July 2006