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Joseph SchmuckerAge: 67 years18421910

Name
Joseph Schmucker
Given names
Joseph
Surname
Schmucker
Birth November 15, 1842 25 25
Publication: Self
Birth of a sisterKatherina Schmucker
October 25, 1844 (Age 23 months)
Publication: Self
Birth of a sisterElizabeth Schmucker
January 8, 1847 (Age 4 years)

Publication: Self
Birth of a sisterMaria Magdelana Schmucker
December 30, 1848 (Age 6 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a brotherGottlieb Friederich Schmucker
November 25, 1850 (Age 8 years)
Birth of a brotherJohann Georg Schmucker
June 24, 1853 (Age 10 years)
Birth of a brotherJohannus Schmucker
September 14, 1855 (Age 12 years)
Birth of a sisterJohanna Friedericka Schmucker
January 2, 1858 (Age 15 years)
Publication: Self
Note: She could also have been born on 14 Jan.
Birth of a sisterLouise Christine Schmucker
January 15, 1860 (Age 17 years)
Publication: Self
Religious marriageTheresa Rose RoemheldView this family
August 3, 1875 (Age 32 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a daughter
#1
Johanna Martha Schmucker
May 5, 1876 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Elizabeth Theresa Schmucker
April 10, 1878 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Pauline Wilhelmina Schmucker
October 4, 1880 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#4
Johann Georg Friederich Schmucker
November 26, 1882 (Age 40 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Lydia Schmucker
February 23, 1885 (Age 42 years)
Birth of a son
#6
William Joseph Alexander Schmucker
February 2, 1887 (Age 44 years)

Birth of a son
#7
Charles “Karl” Schmucker
January 23, 1889 (Age 46 years)
Birth of a brotherJohannes Friederich Schmucker
December 23, 1889 (Age 47 years)
Birth of a brotherFriederich Wilhelm Schmucker
December 23, 1889 (Age 47 years)
Naturalization January 8, 1891 (Age 48 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a son
#8
Walter Theodore Schmucker
April 19, 1892 (Age 49 years)
Birth of a son
#9
Thomas Schmucker
May 3, 1895 (Age 52 years)
Occupation
Farmer

Death June 9, 1910 (Age 67 years)
Cause of death: Heart Attack
Publication: Self
Text:

Death at sea; Onboard the S.S. Main

Note: He died on the S.S. Main out of Bremen, Germany to New York. He was returning from a visit to Russia. His sister Rosina had died in May. Emma Sch
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: August 25, 1838
17 years
younger brother
-7 years
younger sister
9 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
-19 years
elder sister
4 years
younger sister
-23 months
himself
4 years
younger sister
43 years
younger brother
Johannes Friederich Schmucker
Birth: December 23, 1889 72 72Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: December 31, 1839Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
younger brother
Friederich Wilhelm Schmucker
Birth: December 23, 1889 72 72Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: January 2, 1840Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
-39 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
Johann Georg Schmucker
Birth: June 24, 1853 36 35Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: September 21, 1854Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Family with Theresa Rose Roemheld - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: August 3, 1875Lost Prairie, Illinois, United States of America
3 years
daughter
-23 months
daughter
4 years
daughter
Pauline Wilhelmina Schmucker
Birth: October 4, 1880 37 22Harbor Beach, Michigan, United States of America
Death: 1898St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America
2 years
son
2 years
daughter
23 months
son
William Joseph Alexander Schmucker
Birth: February 2, 1887 44 29
Death: June 6, 1925Harbor Beach, Michigan, United States of America
2 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
son

BirthSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
MarriageSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
NaturalizationSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
DeathSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
Text:

Death at sea; Onboard the S.S. Main

NoteSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
Death

He died on the S.S. Main out of Bremen, Germany to New York. He was returning from a visit to Russia. His sister Rosina had died in May. Emma Sch

Note

October, 1902,... "I traveled by train to Harbor Beach, Michigan, United States of America. I had several relatives in rural Harbor Beach. They were: Uncle John and Joe Schmucker and their family members. When I arrived in Harbor Beach I inquired about John Schmucker and the place where he was living. "In the country, a few miles out of town," I was told, :but his brother Joe is in town." He was John's neighbor and he would take me to John Schmucker. Somebody went and told Joe. I think he was in the tavern. He came and I introduced myself to him as his nephew from Bessarabia. Yes, I could ride along with him in his wagon. On the way he said to me, "Ja, Traugott, was willst due denn in Amerika? Mit dem Land ist nichts los. Dass kannst du schon on dem Weg sehen." (What do you want in America? America doesn't amount to anything. You can see that as you look at this road.) His question was not out of place. It has been considered before. I was not quite ready to share his opinion of America. As to the road we were traveling, I fully agree with him. It wasn't in the best of shape but we had such roads, even worse roads, in Bessarabia.

We reached the farm--Uncle John's place, Here I got acquanted with uncle #3. his wife, and my cousins: John Jr., Philip, Albert and Marie. Above all, I learned to know my maternal grandmother, Johanna Schmucker nee Traub, born in 1817, and who had immigrated to America in 1873. She had now attained the ripe age of 86 years and was very frail. Here I also got to see grandfather Schmucker's workshop and his hand-made turning lather on which he used to turn out his smoking pipes, parts of spinning wheels, etc. I stayed at Uncle John's only a short while, but was to return again the following spring."

--from the autobiography of Pastor Traugott Feiss