Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Ancestor Anniversaries, April 17 - 29

17 April 1805           Andreas Keck, 1753 – 1828 [son of Henry & Hannah Keck] & Susanna Scheetz, 1768 - 1853. Married in Pennsylvania. This was his second marriage. 1 child.

19 April 1838           Frederick Ritter, 1812 – 1898 [son of Johannes & Anna Mariah Ritter]  & Elizabeth Kope. 3 children.

19 April 1883           William Matthias Ritter, 1852 – 1883 [son of Daniel & Annette (Romich) Ritter] & Emma Rebecca Wagner. Married in Pennsylvania. 4 children.

20 April 1878           William Mark, 1844 – 1904 [son of Abraham & Mary Isabella (Heffelfinger) Mark] & Elidia Rebecca Ritter. William had served in the Civil War. Elidia was his second wife. They were my second great grandparents. 

21 April 1892           Philip Ritter [son of Isaac Ritter & Isabell Fisher]  & Mary. E. Cornelius. They were married in Cleveland, Ohio. They had four children, all born in Ohio. Philip was a belt maker. He died in 1950.

21 April 1938           Morton Oscar Cooper & Helen Lucille Jolliff [daughter of Samuel Martin Jolliff & Margaret Maude Mark] 

24 April 1940           Shelby McDaniel & Miria May Blades [daughter of Wiley Blades & Elizabeth Breland]. They had two children.

27 April 1925           Bernard William Kelly & Bridget Coyle [daughter of Patrick Coyle &                                                                       Margaret Brady]. 

28 April 1858           Allen Moses Brown [son of Edward S. Brown & Mary Polly Spurlock] & Emmaline Smith [daughter of Wyatt Smith & Euseba Fortenberry]. They had three children. They were my second great grandparents. Allen died c. 1870. 

28 April 1914           Amos Martin Mark [son of William Mark & Elidia Rebecca Ritter] & Lillian Myrtle Hoverstock. They were married in Wayne, Ohio. They had one child. They were married for 55 years.

29 April 1768           Johannes Ritter, Sr. [son of Henrich Ritter & Maria Elizabeth Tutt] & Maria Elisabeth Keck. They had eleven children, all born in Ohio. They were married for 45 years. They were my fifth great grandparents.

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