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THE WINGROVE FAMILIES OF MARYLAND  

L O U D O N   P A R K    C E M E T E R Y 
                                            Baltimore Maryland, USA 

                                                              [ More ... Loudon Cemetery
                                                                                             
Baltimore MD]


  
WINGROVE PLOT
  
Original Wingrove Plot Deed June 18, 1897
  
David S Wingrove & his heirs

                                       
WINGROVE PLOT - Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore MD Click  here for larger view


  
                               [Also See
Permits for this plot]

Death Certificates for this plot

Headstone #1

Headstone # 2

Headstone # 3


      
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       Photographs Michael J Higgins  


Headstone #1

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Thomas Wingrove   1811-1870 

Eliz. [Matthews] W. 1823-1882 
                           

Clara B.
[Stuck]     
1860-1894  
                            

Annie E
.                1847 1895  
                            

L. Fulton Bathon
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No dates given [16 January 1874 -06 June 1899]
                                   

Regina M List
        10-1-1906  
8-21-1958  
                 
         Regina Margaret List (nee Davis)
                         


Headstone # 2

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David S. Wingrove 1857-1926 [Obituary] 
                           

                                  

2nd Marriage to
        Alice A. Devine 
1870-1921 [Obituary] 
                         
     
                                       
                              
Headstone # 2

MARRIAGE RECORD FOR DAVID S. WINGROVE AND ALICE DEVINE
David S Wingrove, age 58, married Alice Devine, age 26,
on 12/26/1895 by Minister Jonathan T. Whelen
Source: Maryland State Archives Book # 7 J. T. G. -1895
It is also noted that he was a widower and 
she was single before marriage
Added: 22 February 2002

1st marriage to Clara Belle Stuck [Obituary] Headstone #1
                                             
 
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Headstone # 3
                       
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WINGROVE 
Thos. R. [Wingrove]           1848 - 1918  [ Obituary] 
                                                                   [                                                                  

Mary E [Canby]             
1856 - 1927  [ Obituary]
                                                     
                                                                  

Florence                             1873-1907     
Mamie [Mary Elizabeth]    1875-1916   
Clarence                            1879-1881
Blanche                              1877-1881
Peter J . May                 1868-1931    [ Obituary]   
                                                    

                                                                  

  [h/o Mamie Wingrove]
                       
          [
May Family]

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A listing of  information from the files of Loudon Park Cemetery 
   see Permits for Interment 
  
     Includes more than those listed on the Headstones
      as requested by Michael Higgins

      Including those not mentioned on this page
            -   Anna E  Brown 
            -  
Daniel Wingrove
            -   Edith B Wingrove
            -  
James C Wingrove 
               -    C
or G Florence Wright,

Other surnames linked to above mentioned Wingroves 
   
Canby Devine Higgins Kilby Gerlach List May Mullikin Stuck 
   
Connected Wingroves other than those listed above 

   
CITY DIRECTORY LISTINGS -- CENSUS LISTINGS -- OBITUARIES



Wingrove Families in 
        
Baltimore City Directory Listings
        
       
Wingrove Family Locations in Baltimore, MD 

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---- OBITUARIES ----


ALICE G. WINGROVE (nee Devine) On December 3,1921  beloved wife of David S. Wingrove. Funeral from her late residence,706 William Street, on Wednesday at 8:30 A.M., Requiem mass at St. Josephs Church at 9 A.M.
Added 17 February 2002 
 

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THOMAS R. WINGROVE On December 29,1918, husband of Mary E. Wingrove (nee Canby)-(Washington & Philadelphia papers please copy) Funeral from his late residence, Benson Avenue, Arbutus Baltimore County Maryland, Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Limousines will leave Joseph Joerden's & Sons, 217 South Paca Street, opposite Columbia Avenue at 10:15 sharp. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. Added 17 February 2002 
 [
Source: Ice and refrigeration, Volume 26  - 1904 
Article written by T. R. Wingrove concerning refrigeration



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MARY E. MAY (no date given)
Beloved wife of Peter J. May and daughter of
Thomas R. and Mary E. Wingrove. Funeral will take place from Loudon Park Station, Pennsylvania Station, February 17th (1916) ,2:29 P.M. Interment at Loudon Park Cemetery. Added 17 February 2002
 
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ANNIE E WINGROVE
On December 27th,1895, Miss Annie E. Wingrove in the 45th year of her age.
(Richmond And New Orleans papers please copy) Funeral service on Sunday at 9:30 at the residence of her brother David S. Wingrove, Number 706 William Street. To which friends are invited. Interment private. Added 17 February 2002 
 


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CLARA BELLE WINGROVE [nee Stuck]
On 12th of February (1894) in the 34th [ ~ 1860] year of her age. Wife of
David S Wingrove. Funeral will take place from her late residence, northwest corner of William and Montgomery Streets on this Wednesday at three o'clock. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Added 17 February 2002
 
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Margaret Mullikin
(nee Wingrove) On July 20th 1949,in her 69th year ,beloved wife of the late William Mullikin and the late William Davis. Funeral from her late residence 611 Eastern Avenue, Essex, on Friday at 9 A.M. Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 9:30 A.M. Interment  at New Cathedral Cemetery.
 
Added 17 February 2002
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BESSIE BROWN (NEE
WINGROVE) On January 3,1946 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank A. Tuminello, 3558 Robb Street. Beloved wife of the late *James A. Brown. Funeral from William J. Tickner and Sons. North and Pennsylvania Avenues, on Saturday at 8:30 A.M.. Requiem mass at St. Bernard's Church at 9 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park. Added 17 February 2002
* James A Brown was a son of William R Brown & Bessie (Wingrove) Brown

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LAURENCE FULTON BATHON Suddenly on June 6th (1899)of the Editorial Staff of The New York Times. Will be buried from the home of his uncle, David S. Wingrove, Montgomery and William Streets, today at 10 o'clock. 
Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.
Added 17 February 2002 

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DAVID F. WINGROVE  [s/o David S Wingrove & Alice Devine]
On May 31st 1946, aged 47 years, beloved husband of  E. Louise Wingrove (nee Fuller). Funeral services from the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston Street, on Tuesday at 1:30 P.M. Interment at the United States National Cemetery Baltimore. Plot: D, 0, 2297
Also noted below obituary............
Baltimore Police Post 1529,Veterans of Foreign Wars U. S. Inc. regrets to announce the death of Comrade David Wingrove. published by Joseph McLaughlin, Post Commander.
Added 17 February 2002 

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Also noted in an article in the same edition...

FUNERAL OF FORMER POLICE OFFICER SET. 
Funeral services for
David F. Wingrove, former lieutenant of detectives who received 10 commendations during his 25 years of service with the Baltimore City Police, will be held Tuesday at 1:30 P.M. from the William Cook Funeral Mansion St. Paul and Preston Streets. Burial will be in the United States National Cemetery, Irvington. Mr. Wingrove died yesterday (May 31st 1946) morning at a Veterans Hospital. He was 47. A native Baltimorean and veteran of World War 1. Mr. Wingrove entered the Police Department in October 1920.
He was transferred to the detective force in 1925, made a Detective Sergeant in 1929 and a Lieutenant in April 1943. He retired from the department last month because of ill health. Besides his wife, Mrs. E. Louise Wingrove, he is survived by six children, Mrs. Phyllis Elliott, the Misses
Alice and Winifred Wingrove, Nicholas R. and Albert C. Wingrove, all of Baltimore, and PFC. David L. Wingrove, with the armed forces in Germany. One grandchild also survives. 
Added 17 February 2002

   
  Military Service of David F Wingrove 

    
  Read a Report from a Detective Wingrove  Case  

       
The Frederick Post (Frederick, Maryland) July 30 1937
    
(Added 12 Mar 2006)

Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Brown and the following relatives and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Brown and daughter, Mrs. Margerat Ruth, Westminster; Miss Dorothy Blizzard of Reisterstown; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sipes and children, Delores and William C., Mr and Mrs Sheldon Brown. Misses Phyllis, Alice and Winifred Windgrove and brother Bert Windgrove, all of Baltimore and Wallace Brown spent Sunday at Island View Beach Baltimore


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MAY
, On Jan.25,1931, Peter J. (May) aged 63 years, beloved husband of the late Mary E. May [Mary Elizabeth Maimie Wingrove] (
editors note; Washington (D.C.) papers please copy) Funeral from the residence of August Gillespie 603 North Monroe Street on Wednesday at 9am. Solemn High Mass at St. Martins Church at 9:30 a.m. and interment at Loudoun Park Cemetery.  
  

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WINGROVE-On November 21,1927,
Mary Elizabeth
(nee Canby
    wife of the late
Thomas R. Wingrove
Funeral services will be held at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Helen Franklin, 2009 Cecil Avenue, on Wednesday at 11a.m.  
 
 [ [ 1920 MD Census
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LIST-on August 21,1958, Regina Margaret (nee Davis) of 2216 Hamilton Avenue, Beloved wife of George List and devoted mother of William J. List, Mrs. Elizabeth Hagerty, Mrs. Doris Anderson and Margaret Saltysiak
Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home.5305 Harford Road at Echodale Avenue. Requiem Mass at St. Dominic's Church at 9 a.m.. 
Interment at Loudon Park Cemetery. 
   

Added: April 19, 2001


B
irth Certificate of my maternal grandmother 
Regina M. Davis


# of child of this mother ---- 1
Name ----Regina
              female ,White
d o b ---  October 01,1906
Mother's name --           MARGARET RUTH DAVIS
Mother's maiden name---Wingrove
Mother's birthplace --     Baltimore Maryland
Father's name----          William Wallace Davis
Father's occupation---    Straw hatter
Father's birthplace--       Baltimore Maryland

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Margaret Wingrove [d/o David S & Clara B Stuck Wingrove]
married William Wallace Davis
           He died on October 15, 1918, 
  
April 2004
   View
1900 MD Census Scan Robert E Davis, Wife Hanorie
           & Next page
Children William W & Annie N Davis

She and William Davis had 3 children:

    Wallace Davis 
        Wallace was a police officer on the Baltimore City Police
        Department in the 1930s and 40s),
    Regina Margaret Davis
        My grandmother and 
    Marie Davis.

Margaret had a sister who my aunt called great aunt
Emma ,who lived in Philadelphia in the 1940s and 50s

Most likely Emma Wingrove referred to by my aunt
Found an Emma Wingrove living in Philadelphia in 1930 census.
Only Emma Wingrove in this state's census.

Wingrove, Emma Age: 43 Year: 1930 Birthplace: Maryland
Roll: T626_2141 Race: Page:1B State: Pennsylvania
ED: 803 County: Philadelphia Township: Philadelphia 
43 years old, single, White 
Living at St. Mary's house for working girls. 
Born in Maryland
-Father born in Virginia
-Mother born Maryland.
  She was employed as a sales clerk in a department store.

Margaret remarried after William Davis' death to William Mullikin 
Margaret Davis (nee Wingrove) married William Mullikin after 1920 and 
she lost this 2nd husband prior to April 1,1930 census taking. 

Added 11 June 2003
Polk's Baltimore City directory 
1928
Mullikin, Wm. (William)  - Motorman, r. 1733 Hope
1929
Mullikin, Margaret,         Widow of William, h. 1733 Hope


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09 November 2001
TEXT OF DEATH CERTIFICATE OF MARGARET MULLIKIN
AKA MARGARET DAVIS 
and maiden name
MARGARET WINGROVE

Remember that information on these forms use information given by someone close to the deceased and is not always correct. 
This is not the case for this certificate.

CERTIFICATE #:G76457
Name of Deceased:  Margaret Mullikin
Date of Death:        JULY 20 1949
Place of Death:       Baltimore City Maryland
Name of Hospital:    John Hopkins Hospital 
Sex:                      Female
Color or Race :        White
Marital Status:        Widowed
Usual Occupation:    Housewife
Usual Address:        611 Eastern Avenue, Essex 
                            Baltimore County Maryland
Father's Name:        
David [S] Wingrove
Mother's Maiden Name: Clarabelle [
Clara Belle Stuck

Cause of Death: Myocardial Infarction due to 
                       Hypertensive Heart Disease 
Burial Date: July 22, 1949
Burial location: New Cathedral Cemetery
                    Frederick Road Baltimore, Maryland 
                    New Cathedral Cemetery 4300 Old Frederick Rd Baltimore, MD 21229


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January 2002
1928 City Directory-Baltimore

Wallace G. Davis (Lida H.) 2316 Edmondson Avenue
     Custodian of Police Property 
1929 has same info but has wife's name as Lottie
 (may be a nickname for Lida)

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2006
Charles Stuck in Pennsylvania
1850 York County Pa ,
    Living with an older female named Rebecca Stuck

Source: Index to Marriages and Deaths in the Baltimore Sun 1851-1860
Marriage - Stuck, Charles, 17 January 1854, Margaret Ann Mitchell - Pub 02/01/1854

 Source: People's Advocate newspaper published in York Pa. on 7 Feb 1854 had a short note : "Charles Stuck formerly of York was married Miss Margaret Ann Mitchell 17 January 1854 in Baltimore MD by Rev Reed."
 

STOUGH CHARLES 38 M W PA MD BALTIMORE 8-WD BALTIMORE 1860
Name Age
Charles Stough* 38 Stonecutter
Margeret Stough 24
Joseph Stough 5
Charles Stough 2
*enumerated as Stough not Stuck

29 July 2003
1870 Maryland BALTIMORE 8-WD BALTIMORE 
                     Series: M593 Roll: 575 Page: 310 
STUCK, CHARLES 40 M W PA MD BALTIMORE 8-WD
    BALTIMORE 1870 OCCUPATION STONECUTTER BORN PENNSYLVANIA
STUCK, MARGARET 35 F W MD
STUCK, JOSEPH     14 M W MD
STUCK, CHARLES   12 M W MD
STUCK, CLARA       10 F W MD
STUCK, LAURA
(MOST LIKELY, HARD TO READ) 5 F W MD
STUCK, FLORENCE   1 F W MD 

View 1870 Maryland Scan

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30 July 2003
1880 USA Census Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age
Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 
 
Charles STUCK   Self M Male     W 48 PA Stone Cutter  PA PA 
Margeret STUCK Wife M Female W 44 MD Kps House     MD MD 
Joseph STUCK    Son M Male     W 24 MD Stone Cutter PA MD 
Charles STUCK    Son S Male     W 21 MD Stone Cutter PA MD 
Laura STUCK      Dau S Female  W 15 MD At School      PA MD 
Florence STUCK  Dau S Female  W 11 MD At School      PA MD 

Source Information:
Census Place 8th Ward, Precinct 2, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland 
Family History Library Film 1254500 
NA Film Number T9-0500 Page Number 42B 

View
1880 MD Scan for Charles Stuck Family
       Living next door to
David S & Clara (Stuck) Wingrove

Connection to Stuck Family noted below is assumed but not yet proven, looking for proof of connection.

Church: Records of Trinity Reformed Church, City of York, York County, Pennsylvania, 1801-1853
Name: Stuck Description: Born Event: Birth Place: York, PA
Name: Charles Stuck Description: Father Rebecca Stuck Mother

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church and Trinity in York City, Pa                 Charles Stuck and Rebecca had Charles Stuck b. 17 March 1830.A Charles Stuck b. 6 Feb 1793 died August 1839 age 46-6-2.
On 4 Jan 1816 Charles Stuck married Margaret Schneider
Margaret is also called Rebecca.

Source: Prospect Hill Cemetery records in York City Pa.
Margaret Born 19 July 1791- died 15 Oct 1877 age 80-2-26.
Orphan Court record c-379-380 for Jacob Stuck of York Boro deceased dated 2/10/1829 mentions Children Charles, William and Elizabeth married to Christian Rupp. Jacob had property on Water St.

Johan Jacob Stuck son of Conrad and Ursula baptized 3 Nov 1751 as noted on the private records of Rev Jacob Lischy.

The York Gazette of 6 Jan 1829 states that Jacob Stuck died 31 Dec 1828.

In 1783 taxes Jacob Stuck a distiller had 2 males 3 females, 1 house 1 still and 1 cow

Source: Denizations and Naturalizations in the British Colonies in America, 1607-1775
Stuck, Jacob - naturalized 21 May 1770 in Pennsylvania. He was from Codorus Twp, York County.

Source: York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819
Name: Conrad Stuck Description: Decedent
Residence: Cordorus Township
Date: 11 Aug 1770 Prove Date: 20 Oct 1770
Remarks: Stuck, Conrad. Aug. 11, 1770. Executors: Michael Newman, Peter and Martin Stuck. Cordorus Township. Wife: Margaret Stuck. Children: Peter, Martin, Jacob, Hannah, Susanna and Eve wife of Andrew Shettler.

Source: PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES - PERSONS NATURALIZED IN PENNSYLVANIA [1764-1773]
At a Nisi Prius Court held at York, for the County of York, before John Lawrence and Thomas Willing, Esquires, two of the Judges of the Supream Court of the Province of Pennsylvania, on the twenty-first Day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy:
York County
Jurors' Names Township Sacrament When Taken
Stuck, Conrad Codorus 29 Apr 1770

SHEAFFER JOHN 34 M W PA PA NORTHUMBERLAND SUNBURY BORO 1860
Name Age
John Sheaffer 34
Rebecca Sheaffer 34
Mary E Sheaffer 11
Kate Sheaffer 9
Sarah M Sheaffer 5
Anna Sheaffer 3
Rebecca Stuck 64

York County, Pennsylvania Biographical History
-York Borough County-
Oliver Stuck, Esq. the subject of this sketch, is practically a self-made man, and who by perseverance, thrift and industry has made his mark in the world, achieving success in his profession of journalism, while many others, lacking the invincible qualities of pluck and industrious habits, and not content to live a life of self-denial, have failed. From a very tender age he has been a hard worker, and very painstaking with everything he undertook, and the success with which he has met in life is all owing to the habits of industry and frugality he formed in his youth. Oliver Stuck was born in the borough of York, September 19, 1817. His father was Capt. Charles Stuck. a carpenter by occupation. Capt. Stuck was a member of the famous company of volunteers who marched to the defense of Baltimore, under Capt. Michael H. Spangler, on August 29, 1814, and were attached to the Fifth Maryland Regiment. and participated in the battle of North Point, September 12, 1814. The company received the thanks of Gen. Stricker, commanding, and the officers of the Fifth Regiment, for their gallantry in action. Capt. Stuck was, after his return from the war, always very active in the militia of the State, and commanded a company for a number of years. Capt. Stuck was a man much respected and held in high esteem by his fellow citizens for his many virtues and kindness of heart. He died at the age of forty-eight years. Jacob Stuck, the grandfather of our subject, with his father, were among the earliest settlers of the thriving and populous township of North Codorus. The records of the courts, and deeds held by the landowners now living in this township attest the fact of the Stucks holding large grants of territory in this section, and which they disposed of by deed to the progenitors of those now holding the farms in this section of York County. When the titles to these lands were vested in the Stucks, the country was very sparsely settled, and the soil of the small portion cleared not very productive, consequently the value was small in comparison to that of these broad and fertile acres at this writing. Jacob Stuck came to York to reside at a very early age, over a century and a half ago, where his descendants have ever since resided. As the name implies, the Stucks are presumably of German descent, though the present generation cannot trace their nationality to any authentic source, other than to the fact that the township of North Codorus was settled by Germans, and the Stucks being among the first settlers, it is but fair to presume they were of that nationality. The name is distinctively German, and properly written to give it the broad German pronunciation, it should be with two dots over the letter , making the name Stuck, though the ordinary English pronunciation makes it sound like the word stuck. The mother of Oliver Stuck, our subject, was Rebecca Snyder Stuck, a most estimable lady, who lived to the advanced age of eighty-two years, dying in the year 1877. October 15, at the home of her daughter, in Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Penn. Oliver Stuck, at the early age of scarcely twelve years, was apprenticed to the printing business with Messrs. King & Barnitz, then proprietors of the old York Gazette, June 20, 1829, serving an apprenticeship of five years very faithfully. At the expiration of his term of service he worked in the same office as a journeyman for a number of years, after which he went to Harrisburg, and worked in the State printing office on the legislative record. There being no railroad in those days between York and Harrisburg, Mr. Stuck used to walk the twenty-six miles' distance intervening between the two points, in his frequent visits home to his parents. whose principal support he was. From the early age at which he entered upon his apprenticeship. it will be observed that he did not possess the advantage of securing an education in the schools. and really attended school very little, gleaning all the knowledge he possesses in that great college, the printing office, and by the reading of useful books. His ambition was to become the editor and proprietor of a newspaper, and with that end in view he applied himself vigorously to work, and his efforts were finally rewarded with success. In the year 1839 he became one of the editors and proprietors of the York Democratic Press. by the purchase of a half-interest in the paper, and continued as such until he became finally the sole proprietor by purchasing his partner's interest, and has conducted the paper in his own name and interest ever since. The Press espoused the principles of the Democratic party, and as an exponent of those principles, and a disseminator of news, has proved a very acceptable paper to the people; and its editor, by hard work and the practice of the most rigid economy, has made it a success financially. In the year 1843, April 17, he was married to Margaret Gilberthorp. daughter of the late William Gilberthorp, deceased. He has reared a family of six children (two sons and four daughters), one of which, the eldest, is Edward Stuck, the editor of the York Age. Oliver Stuck has held several important positions of honor and trust. In November, 1852, he was appointed State agent, on the Philadelphia & Columbia Railroad. by the board of canal commissioners, of Pennsylvania, the State, at that time, owning what is now known as the Pennsylvania Railroad. This position he held until August, 1857--when the road passed out of the hands of the State into the possession of the present owners by purchase--with credit to himself and an unimpeachable record as a faithful and efficient officer. During his connection with the railroad he still devoted all his spare moments to editing his newspaper, and upon retiring from the road gave his entire attention to the newspaper business. He kept the Press fully abreast of the times, and succeeded in placing it beside the most influential weeklies of the State. He has always taken an active part in the polities of the county, and was the champion of the reform wing of the Democracy, denouncing the methods of those who did not consider holding office a public trust, but simply for their own pecuniary advantage. Against all politicians of this class he wielded his pen, denouncing the extravagance and corruption which disgraced the records of office-holders and reflected upon the fame of the Democratic party. Much of the credit for the healthy state of affairs in this county is due to his efforts, through the Press, to bring about this great and wholesome change, and to the sterling gentlemen who rallied around his paper in its work for reform. In June. 1880, he was nominated by his party as their candidate for register of wills of York County, and ran on the same ticket with Gen. Hancock for president, receiving the highest vote of any candidate upon the ticket. He entered upon the duties of his office in January. 1881. and filled it acceptably to the people, and at the end of his term was complimented by the auditor-general of Pennsylvania, for the excellent manner in which the affairs of the office were administered.


-York Borough County-
William Stuck ,steward of the York County Alms-house, was born in Springfield Township, York County, January 19, 1826; is a son of Charles and Rebecca (Snyder) Stuck, is the fifth in a family of fourteen children. and is of German descent. His father was born in York in 1793, and his mother in the same county in 1797. His father was a soldier in the war of 1812. His grandfather was one of the first settlers of York, and carried on distilling. Our subject received a common school education, and at fourteen years of age began life for himself. In 1842 he began learning the carpenter's trade, and in 1850 he began for himself, and thus continued until 1872, when, on account of ill health, he was forced to abandon his occupation. In 1875 he was elected steward of the alms-house, which position he continues to hold, and under his stewardship the house and farm have been most successfully and satisfactorily managed. He was married May 30, 1849, to Miss Sarah Gilberthorpe, a native of York, born in 1826. He is a Democrat, and has been a member of the borough council. He was made a Mason in 1861, and a member of the I. O. O. F. in 1847. He is an elder in the German Reformed Church, of which Mrs. Stuck is also a member.

STUCK OLIVER 34 M W PA PA YORK YORK BORO 1850
Name Age
Oliver Stuck 34
Margaret Stuck 25
Edward Stuck 5
Sarah M Stuck 4
Mary E Stuck 1
and living next door
Name Age

Sarah Gibberthorp 43
Sarah Stanch 22
Priscilla Stanch 16
William Stuck 25

STUCK OLIVER P 42 M W PA PA YORK YORK BORO 1860
Name Age
Oliver P Stuck 42
Margaret Stuck 34
Edward Stuck 15
Sarah Stuck 12
Mary E Stuck 11
William L Stuck 7
Willa M Herman 18
and living next door

Name Age
Sarah Gelbethorp 50
William Gelbethorp 25
Precilla Gelbethorp 21
William Stuck 35
Sarah Stuck 32

Obituary of Oliver Stuck from February 11, 1890 edition of Gettysburg Compiler Newspaper.

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01 Aug 2003
Stuck Entries in 1890 Baltimore City Directory

Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
 
Chas Stuck        stonecutter  415 e Madison Balt. MD 1890 
Chas W Stuck    laborer       1006 Greenmount ave Balt. MD 1890 
Mrs Elizab Stuck                 1831 w Baltimore Balt. MD 1890 
Jos Stuck cutter                 123 Carroll avenue, Way Balt. MD 1890 

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30 July 2003

1899 Polk's Baltimore City Directory- Page # 1411
Stuck, Chas. (Charles)  Pressman,    123 Carroll Ave. N.
Stuck, Jas. (James)      Barber,        123 Carroll Ave. N.
Stuck, Jos. (Joseph)     Stonecutter,123 Carroll Ave. N.

    View 1900 Census for this family

 

 

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The  Bergamini Family 

  Alexander Geovanni Bergamini 8 JAN 1808 in Trieste, Italy
(
Source: RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project George Scott Family) 
and left for America sometime before 1840 
as he appears in the 1840 Census of New Orleans.

     
married Elizabeth Ransom Diackery (Dickery)
           
likely in America
           
She was born 25 January 1810 in Philadelphia PA.
   
Children of this union were born in NY and LA (
See 1850 Census). 
    There must have been dual residences over the years between the 2 cities 
    as the first 2 children were born in NY, but later children from either states .

   
Alexander eventually worked as a Cabinet Maker & Merchant in New Orleans

    Source: 1857 New Orleans City Directory  Louisiana Division 
Bergamini                A. & Son                                         com. mer.                          59 Old Levee
Bergamini                A.                ab. firm                                                         d.     151 St. Louis
Bergamini                A., Jr.           ab. firm                                                         d.     151 St. Loui

   at the time of his death, 02 March 1865 leaving behind several businesses 
   and residences in the area (sold at auction the following year.) 


      A BERGAMINI LOUISIANA ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS 1840

      BERGAMINI ALEX 42 M W ITAL LA ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS 1850
      listed as a Cabinet maker, with family Eliza 35, Alex 14 , Eliza 12, Mario 4, David L 2

      BERGAMINI A 55 M W ITAL LA ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS 1860
         Occupation 'Grocer', with John 28, cooper and a Dr. Langenbecker and his Family 

      NOT FOUND IN 1870 Census 
        died 02 March 1865


      Household:1880
      Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age
      Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 
      Louise BERGAMINI Self W Female W 45 LA Keeping House LA LA 
      Alex BERGAMINI Son S Male W 20 LA Clerk In Store LA LA 
      Louis A BERGAMINI Son S Male W 12 LA At School LA LA 

      Source Information:
      Census Place New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana Family History Library Film
      1254459 NA Film Number T9-0459 Page Number 529A 

   Children of ALEXANDRE BERGAMINI and ELIZABETH DIACKERY are:

i. JOHN BERGAMINI.
    b. abt 1832 NY
    Cooper (1860 Census)

ii. ALEXANDER BERGAMINI
     b. 1834. NY 
     mar. Louisa Bringier
     
Child: Louise Bergamini
             b. 12/01/1860 
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/vitals/births/index/nobibebh.txt 
         Child Father Mother Sex Col Date of Birth Page Vol 
         Bergamini Louise  Alexander   Louisa Bringier F W  
        12/01/1860 28 611

     mar 2. Louis Ople   09/27/1879
     
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/vitals/marriages/index/bride/opmbbe.txt

iii. ELIZA BERGAMINI
     b. 11 October 1838. LA

iv. MARIUS BERGAMINI
     AKA Mario Bergamini 
     b. 1845. b. NY

v. DAVID LOUIS BERGAMINI 
    b. Abt. 1848, New Orleans LA 
       
(Source: 1850 United States Federal Census.
    b. 7 August 1849 [per copy of death certificate], New Orleans LA
  
      1870 Baltimore MD Census 


            Elizabeth Wingrove  47  b. VA Keeps House
            Annie                     22  b. VA
           Thomas                   21  b. VA Machinist
           Emma                      20  b. VA
           Mary                       18  b. VA
           David                      13  b. VA
           David Bergamini  22  b. LA Oil Agent

    d. 19 April 1889, New Orleans LA 
        (
Source: Louisiana Directory
                        Emma Bergamini, widow David dairy north side Canal,
                        between street Patrick and Bernadotte 
                        New Orleans LA 1890.)

   m. EMMA JEANETTE G WINGROVE, 15 June 1869, 
                      First Reformed Church, Baltimore MD 
       (Source:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wingrove/md-208.htm
                     
b. 16 May 1850, VA.
   Since both parents worked in the retail business, 
   this may be how the two met and eventually married?

            David Louis Bergamini and Emma J. WingroveMore 
 

    Children of DAVID BERGAMINI and EMMA WINGROVE are:

i. ALFRED LAWRENCE BERGAMINI
     b. 16 January 1874, New Orleans, Louisiana

Alfred L Bergamini Death Certificate 30 Jun 1923

Information from Death Certificate
Name: Alfred L. Bergamini, Occupation: Laborer, Residence: Houston, Harris, Texas, Death Date:30 Jun 1923, Resided at: 7917 Canal
Death Place: Houston, Harris County, Texas, cemetery Name: Holy Cross Cemetery, Date of Burial:01 Jul 1923, Gender: Male, Race: White, Age at Death: 48 years 5 months 14 days, Birth Date:16 Jan 1874, Birth Place: New Orleans Louisiana, Marital Status: Married, Fathers Name: David Bergamini, Fathers birth place: New Orleans, La., Mothers Name: Emma Wingrove, Mothers Birth Place: Maryland, (Courtesy Michael Higgins).

ii. DAVID LOUIS WINGROVE BERGAMINI 
   (Source:
1878 Orleans Parish Birth Index
  
   b. 27 July 1878, 
        1878 Orleans Parish Birth Index Louisiana; 
    d. 15 July 1939; 

Source: New York Death Index

Bergamini David L 60 y July 15 1939 6804 Bronx B625

    m. ANASTASIA 'ANNA' ADELAIDE MCNEILL
                12 January 1908, St. Aloysius' Church; 
                 b. 07 November 1880 CAN; 
                 d. 20 July 1967. 
   1910 NY Census
           Bronx, Southern Blvd

     David L Bergamini     31  b.
LA    
                                    Father LA    Mother VA   Steamfitter

            Anna wife        29  b.
CAN  
                                    Father Scot Mother CAN Pub. House

            Emma J mother 59  b.
VA   
                                    Father ENG  Mother VA   Nurse

            'Eula' A    1
1/12 b. NY
            [View Scan]

David and family in 1930 census

  Children DAVID BERGAMINI & ANASTASIA MCNEILL are:

i. EULAH ADELAIDE  BERGAMINI
     b. 11 March 1909; 
     d. 21 April 1986.

Anna and daughter Eulah are buried in the Gates of Heaven Cemetery in the Bronx, NY.

EULAH ADELAIDE BERGAMINI,
b. 11 March 1909 New York, Bronx, New York
d. 21 April 1986 New York, Bronx?, New York - worked for the post office.

ii. EDNA MARGUERITE BERGAMINI
iii. EMMA JEANNETTE BERGAMINI
     b. 18 November 1912; 
     d. 06 October 1983.

iii. THOMAS LOUIS BERGAMINI 
       (
Source: Barbara Bergamini.), 
      b. 30 June 1880 
          
New Orleans, Louisiana Birth Index, 1790-1899 Vol 75 page 1058
      d. April 1945 
         
New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records
             Index ,1804-1949 
             Thomas Louis Bergamini Age:62 
             Death Date: Apr 1945 Page: 2312 Volume: 221
            
           1900 MO Census BERGAMINI THOMAS 21 
                Boarder  

      m. ALICE COSTA, 02 October 1915, Louisiana; 
                               b. 25 September 1888.
            
father-Adolphe M. (later Adolph) Costa
             b. 28 May 1842 
                 [1842 Orleans Parish Birth Index Vol 8 Page 280]
             m. 31 Oct 1887
                  [1887 Orleans Parish Marriage Index A- G Vol 12 
                     Pg 786,
  Louisiana Archives-Baton Rouge, LA]
              d. 1932 Louisiana
                  [New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records 1804-1949]

            mother-Anna (Alice's birth records: Annie Johnson)
                       Costa - 
                      b. New York, USA d. 1950 Louisiana  

           
Census Scans: 
              1910 COSTA ADOLPH 67 M W LA LA NEW ORLEANS

              1920 COSTA ADOLPH M 78 M W LA NEW ORLEANS
                     w son in law Thomas Bergamini 
                         and grandson in residence

Child: Thomas Louis Bergamini, Jr
        b. 26 Dec 1916 
           New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
        d. Feb 1984 
           worked for the US Post Office 
       mar Living Spouse, b. Texas
                mar. Houston, Harris, Texas.
                divorced 

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000
Name Death Date Death County Gender Marital Status 
Thomas Bergamini 11 Jan 1984 Harris Male 
Name Birth Date Death Date Last Residence (City,County, State) 
Thomas Bergamini 26 Dec 1916 Jan 1984 Houston, Harris, TX

      They had 5 daughters all born in Texas:
         Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997

mar 2. Lorene Josephine Housen
3rd wife
          
d. Sep-29-1982 Texas Death Records 
           Child:
Thomas Louis III Bergamini
                      b. 13 Jun 1959 TX

iv. EDMOND JOSEPH BERGAMINI, 
      b. 01 August 1884, Orleans Parish, LA 
         (
Source: 
                http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/births/index/1884biac.txt.)

     d. 25 August 1887.

v. MARION MAY BERGAMINI
     b. 20 July 1886, New Orleans, Louisiana. 
        [New Orleans, Louisiana Birth Index, 1790-1899 Vol 84 page 497
B Waiting]

Additional Notes

http://nutrias.org/info/louinfo/deaths/deathba.htm 
Name Age Death Date 
Daily Picayune Reference  
BERGAMINI, A. (MRS ELIZA) 8/23/1855 8/24/1855 P2 C6
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/history/directory/1857nocd.txt 
 
1857 New Orleans City Directory -- Orleans Parish
Last Name First Name Occupation Employer Residence
Bergamini  A. & Son  com. mer.  59 Old Levee
Bergamini  A.        ab. firm   d. 151 St. Louis
Bergamini  A., Jr.   ab. firm   d. 151 St. Louis
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
http://www.researchonline.net/lacw/index/index13.htm 
Bergamini ~ A. G  Jr., Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Roll
dated March 8  

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/vitals/marriages/index/bride/opmbge.txt
Marriage
Glover            Mary                              28  Bergamini         Alexander                         25  04/04/1882      9  252
A mention of an estate auction concerning Alfred l. & Marion Bergamini August 4, 1901 from the Daily Picayune (column 2 halfway down page)
 
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana
Adolphe Costa was a Private in Company "C"  1st  (Nelligan's) Louisiana Infantry*. Length of service given from Feb. 28, 1862 to Jun 26, 1862
records show he was admitted to Chimborazzo Hospital in Richmond, Va on May 2nd, 1862 for Hepatitis, he returned to duty on May 27, 1862
Source: Ancestry.com Louisiana Confederate records:
.Costa, A.,Pvt. Co. C. 1st (Nelligan's) La. Infty. En. April 26th, 1861, New Orleans, La. Present on Roll dated June 30th, 1861. 
Also borne on Rolls of New Co. C. 1st Special Battn. (Rightor's) La. Infty. as Costa, Adolphe, En. April 28th, 1861, New Orleans, La. 
Roll for July and Aug., 1861, Present, with remarks, Sick at Yorktown. Roll for Feb. 1st to 28th, 1862, Present. 
On Rolls of Capt. Green's Co. (La. Grd. Batty.) La. Arty. as Pvt., Costa, Adolphe. En. June 1st, 1863, Mobile, Ala. 
Present on Rolls to Oct., 1863. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1863, Absent, sick, in Hospl. at Richmond on Surgeon's certificate. 
Rolls from Sept., 1864, to Feb., 1865. Present. On Register of the Provost Marshal, District of Henrico, Headquarters at Richmond, Va., 
with remarks, Age 21. Took Amnesty Oath, April 14th, 1865. Deserted. Occupation merchant. 
On Official Rolls of Prisoners of War as Coster, A., Pvt. La. Grd. Arty. Paroled at Richmond, Va., April 17th, 1865. 
Bergamini Tomb, located in Sec. 94 here in Metairie Cemetery.
Below are the inscriptions on the tomb:

BERGAMINI ( top of tomb )

DAVID LOUIS BERGAMINI
BORN IN NEW ORLEANS, JULY 8, 1848
DIED APRIL 19, 1889

ED J. BERGAMINI
BORN IN NEW ORLEANS, JAN. 8, 1884
DIED AUG. 25, 1887

ALICE COSTA
BELOVED WIFE OF T.L. BERGAMINI
BORN IN NEW ORLEANS, SEPT. 25, 1888
DIED OCT. 29, 1918

ADOLPH M. COSTA, U.C.V.
DIED AUG. 17, 1932, AGED 90 YEARS

THOMAS L. BERGAMINI, SR.
JUNE 30, 1880 - APR. 28, 1945

ERECTED BY HIS LOVING WIFE 
( bottom of tomb )

Evidently, Mr. Adolph Costa was a member of the U.C.V., or United
Confederate Veterans. He must have Been in his 20's during the Civil War, fought for the Confederacy, and
made it out alive. 
Listed as being buried in the tomb is Anna J. Costa ( but her name
doesn't appear on the tomb )buried on 1-7-50.

There is a burial record for a Edmund J. Bergamini, buried on Aug. 26,
1887. He's listed as being in the Pelican
Mutual Benevolent Association Mausoleum, Sec. __, vault #39
Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home and Cemeteries
5100 Pontchartrain Boulevard  New Orleans, LA 70124
(Photo and transcription of text on tomb courtesy of Paul Longa, Asst. Sales Director, Lake Lawn Metairie Cemeteries)


 


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