German Immigrant Ancestors
in Syracuse and Onondaga County, New York
Surnames - H
Sender: Robert Tallieu
Date: 28 August 2007
Surnames: HENN, SNYDER, SCHNEIDER, STRAUSS
I just want to thank you for the information you posted on St. Joseph's Cemetery. One of my ancestors, Dorothea HENN-SNYDER (SCHNEIDER) and her husband Charles were buried there.
Your site is fascinating and it answers a big question as to why my HENN ancestors came from Baden to the Syracuse area ----Salt. My great grandfather, John HENN, his parents and siblings came in October of 1853. John was a cooper and the family eventually settled in West Monroe. After service in the Civil War, he came to Michigan and started a barrel-making business in Lapeer County and shipped the black ash staves back to Syracuse. He eventually became a farmer and then went into local politics. He died in 1919 and is buried in Lapeer County, MI. His siblings all remained in New York.
I also found another sister of John's that was buried in St. Joseph's.
The HENNs came from Doerlesberg which is just southeast of Wertheim. There were nine children in the Franz HENN family and all except John stayed in New York (Onondaga, Oswego, Oneida and Madison Counties). I am tracking the last daughter, Josephine, and find her living in West Monroe in 1865 and cannot locate her after that.
Dorothea (Dorothy) HENN married Charles SCHNEIDER (SNYDER) in 1856 and lived her remaining years in Syracuse. Her sister, Generosa (Rosa) HENN, married Henry STRAUSS between 1860-70. They also lived out their lives in Syracuse. I found Henry STRAUSS as a plot owner in St. Joseph's Cemetery thanks to your site.
Date: 16 December 2006
Surnames: HESS, MOHR
Going back as far as I can on my dad's side of the family, arriving on the Ship "Urania" in New York on 25 June 1847 from the port of Havre from the part of Germany known as Prussia, was my great-grandfather, Jacob MOHR (born 1819, died between 1901-1909). He married G/Jenevieve HESS (born 1844, emigrated from Hesse-Darmstadt in 1865 or 1866, died between 1921 and 1930). I think Jacob's brother was a Philipp MOHR.
Jacob and Jenevieve (HESS) MOHR had 8 children. These are 4 of their names: Henry, Eda (alt spelling Ada), Anna, Ernest, which are documented via Census. The other 4 names, based on newspaper accounts and obit records I believe were May (aka Mae), Franklin, Hazel, and Jacob. Henry Mohr was the father of Justin Mohr who opened Eastwood Litho, Inc. in 1946. Both Jacob and Jenevieve are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Syracuse.
Sender: Peter Storher
Date: 12 December 2004
Surname: HESSELER, STORHER
In German the name Stohrer means “treestump.” The Stohrer family which currently resides in
Concord, New Hampshire came from the town of Hohenstaufen, province of Wurttemberg, Germany.
My current research dates the direct family line back to 1680. Johannes (born 4 March 1794) and
Anna Friederike (Blessing) (born 9 August 1797) STOHRER left Hohenstaufen and emigrated to America in 1851
and by the 1860 census had settled in Syracuse, NY. They had three children, Friederike (daughter),
Johann Georg, and Philipp Ulrich STORHER.
Philipp Ulrich STOHRER (born 12 July 1838) was 13 when he arrived in America (1851) and his son, John Frederick,
would be the first Stohrer from this line to be born in the U.S. (he began the Concord, NH line).
Philipp Ulrich Stohrer married Mary Hesseler sometime before 1860. Their children were:
Emanuel, John Frederick, and Andrew Mary. His wife Mary died, I believe,
in the 1870's or 80's and Phillip remarried. The 1900 Syracuse census indicates his wife's name
was Anna M., also from Germany. A note in the family history says she too may
have been a Hesseler but I think her maiden name may have been Stohrer also.
Any suggestions of where I could check?
Sender: Carmen Lucía Barrios Hgeller
Date: 9 February 2003
Surnames: HELLER, HGELLER
...I am from Cartagena, Colombia, South America and...I am looking for
my ancestors,...my second last name it is not similar to his but for
phonetic alterations in Spanish and for negligence of the civil
registration this last name is a variation of Heller.
According to family stories a Mr. Christian Heller who was married with
Eufrosina, had three children, Marcelina, and the twins German and Julian.
I don't know that part of Europe arrived in America but one shows off
that prosedian of Germany or of Holland.
Julian Hgeller was my great-grandfather he didn't speak a lot with my
great-grandmother neither with his children for this reason the
information that I have is very little.
If you have some information or comment in this respect, please writes me.
Sender: Janice Simpson
Date: 30 January 2003
Surnames: HEY, MILLER, THURWACHTER
My great-great-grandfather's brother was Louis Thurwachter. Louis was a prosperous
willow and wooden ware merchant living at 92 James Street at this time [1870-80].
Another brother John was the proprietor of the European Hotel at 227 and 229
Salina. At least two married Thurwachter sisters also lived in Syracuse: Margaret Hey and
Carolina Miller. Margaret was married to Carl/Charles Hey and Carolina was married to
Christian Miller. My ancestor and another brother settled in northeastern Missouri and
another brother finally settled in Watsonville, California after finding Syracuse not
to his liking.
Sender: Bill Moore
Date: 9 January 2003
Surnames: HENSBERGER, MEEBOLD, STEG, WEEBER
I love your website! Found 4 relatives on one page of your translation of the
Deutschen in Syracuse!
Sender: Daniel A. Houde
Date: 31 December 2002
Website: 149th Regiment, New York State Volunteers (The Salt Point Rangers;
"The Fourth Onondaga Regiment"):
Surnames: HOOK / HUCK (Civil War veteran)
I have the actual enlistment paper and descriptive list of a member of Company B,
149th NYSV. His name, "Peter Hook". I notice your site lists a Peter Huck?
This paper is original, and lists Peter Hook of Syracuse, Country of orgin
is Germany, his occupation at the time of his enlistment was "Cigar Maker".
Interesting is the actual spelling of some words, "City of Syracuse", is
spelled "Sity of Syracuse", and "Cigar Maker" is spelled "Segar Maker".
Peter was aged 25 when he enlisted on September 2nd, 1862. 5'5", dark hair,
gray eyes, and fair complexion. The paper contains Peter's signature, as
well as Nicholas Grumbach's, Jacob Knapp's, and James Kendall. Peter did
survive the war, and I am very interested in finding his final resting
place, but have not as of yet.
Sender: Sharon Kinnaird
Date: 4 December 2002
Surnames: HOOGE, Shlee
Hi, I wrote you awhile back regarding my Hooge ancestors from Syracuse, NY.,
originally from Germany. At the time I had no information at all on Ferdinand
Hooges first wife. Just yesterday I found the death notice on his son and it
listed his mothers maiden name. This is the only clue I have on Ferdinands
first wife. Her maiden name is listed as Schlee and it says she is from
Germany. I have listed the spelling as it was shown but believe that it might
actually be spelled differently. I also have a copy of the obituary for
Ferdinand and his wife Mary if anyone might be interested.
Sender: Sharon Kinnaird
Date: 31 August 2002
Surnames: HOOGE, Leshneack, Shebel, Muhl, Burg, Cooper
Hi, I saw your website while researching my Ferdinand HOOGE family
which lived in Syracuse. At this time I do not have a lot of information on them.
I know they immigrated to America after 1889 from Prussia, Deutschland.
They were in America before 1914 when his son William got married. I have a copy
of his (William's) marriage certificate showing he was m. to Anna Leshneack on
Sept. 1, 1914 in the Noxes O. Batholomew Congregational Church, Rochester, NY.
I also have a copy (in German) of his innoculations record from Charlottenburg,
Germany dated Sept. 18, 1889.
At the time of Ferdinand's death he lived at 116 Mayer St., Syracuse, NY.
He had married again after he got to America to a Mary Shebel; they had 4 children
together. He had 8 children with his 1st wife, name
unknown. His children are: Edward, Herman (they stayed in Syacuse area), Frederick
(he stayed in the Buffalo area), Frank (moved to CA), Gustave and William (moved
to the Detroit area), Ferdinand M. (stayed in the Syracuse area), Otto (moved
to IL) and from 2nd marriage George, Marie m. Jacob Muhl, Louisa m. Leonard Burg,
Florence m. Gerald Leslie Cooper, and Mrs. C. McKey.
Sender: Daniel Smothergill
Date: 24 August 2002
Surnames: HUMBERT, LUX, BORMANN, OSSWALD, SCHILLY, SCHWILK, GEMMER
The family of Friedrich HUMBERT and Eva Maria LUX came to Syracuse around
1850. Both were from Hatten, Bas Rhin, Alsace. Friedrich himself does not
appear to have come to America. He died in Alsace in 1841. But his wife Eva
did come. A family Bible says she died in Syracuse in 1851, shortly after
We know that five of the Humberts' children lived in Syracuse. Friedrich
Humbert, the eldest, was born in 1824 in Hatten and died on 9 Jul 1895 at
707 University Avenue, Syracuse. Syracuse City Directories from 1862 - 1868
list him as a cabinet maker with a shop at 64 N. Salina St. His home was at
108 Butternut. According to a newspaper clipping at the Onondaga Historical
Association, Frederick Humbert and his wife Mary bought the house in 1853.
Buying the house was connected in some way to the German Community of
Emmigrants Friends Society. Friedrich first belonged to St. John's Lutheran
Church and later joined Park Central downtown. His wife, Maria Elizabeth
Bormann, was born in 1832 in Hanover (Prussia) and died 13 Jul 1909 in
Syracuse. They were married 22 January 1852 at St. John's Lutheran Church in
Syracuse. Between 1852 and 1873 they had 9 children, some of whom resided in
Syracuse all their lives.
A second child of Friedrich and Eva Maria Humbert in Syracuse was Salome
Humbert. She married Phillip OSSWALD at St. John's Lutheran on 25 Jan 1852.
He was from Hessen, Darmstadt. Salome died in Syracuse on 27 Feb 1868.
A third child, Dorothea Humbert, married Phillip SCHILLY at St. John's
8 Jan 1854. She died 3 Oct 1899.
A fourth child, Magdalena Humbert, married Wilhelm Friedrich SCHWILK on 29
Apr 1856 in Syracuse. She was born in Hatten in 1835 and died in Schenctady,
NY on 23 Feb 1907. Schwilk was Pastor of the 3rd Evangelical Protestant
Dutch Church in Schenectady at the time they married and later formed his
own church known as the Temple Gemeinde. He died in Schenectady on 30 Dec
A fifth child, Maria Eva Humbert, also in Syracuse married a man named
A footnote to this story has to do with my wife Nancy Laubengayer
Smothergill. Nancy is the great granddaughter of Magdelena Humbert and
Reverend Wilhelm Schwilk. Although Nancy was born and raised in Ithaca, NY,
not far from Syracuse, and we actually have lived in Syracuse since 1967,
she knew nothing about the Humberts of Syracuse until just a few years ago.
Sender: Jodell Zahn McVey
Date: 3 May 2002
Surnames: HORNUNG, Bender, Zahn
Frederick Zahn b. 1819 in Prussia, traveled to the United States about
1848-49, and married Margaretha(?) possibly Hornung b. October
31, 1835. They were married abt. 1852 in Syracuse. Margaretha came from
Bavaria about 1842. Frederick and Margaretha Zahn had at least 10 children,
Mary b. 1853, George M. b. February 1855, Sarah b. March 1859, Catherine b.
March 1861, Unknown child b. 1862, Frederick C. b. February 1867, Emma b.
May 1869, William b. April 1870, John b. September 1873, Matilda C. b. 1876.
Frederick died in Syracuse in 1893 and Margaretha died January 17, 1899.
Both are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, though Frederick was originally buried
in Rose Hill Cemetery in North Syracuse.
George M. Zahn born February 3, 1855 married Elizabeth Bender, daughter of
William and Mary Bender of Syracuse though they emigrated from Bavaria,
Germany. Elizabeth b. August 1857 in Syracuse had at least 3 children with
George. William born 1876, George b. June 1878, and Flora M. b. April 1886.
George and Elizabeth died in 1913 and 1921 respectively. Both are buried in
Woodlawn Cemetery. Any information on this family would be greatly
Sender: Sarah Lange
Date: 15 April 2002; email address updated 30 March 2010
Surnames: Schwohl, HILLENBRAND
My grandfathter from Danzig, Germany came to Syracuse in the 1880's.
He was a sailor and I have several papers of trips that he made back and
forth to Europe. Is there anything in Syracuse in regards to "sailors" --
organizations, records, etc? I've looked quite a few years and have found
nothing in this regard. He was only in Syracuse from about 1882 to 1897.
Name: Johann Schwohl -- married Isabella Hillenbrand -- had three daughters
in Syracuse then moved to Detroit where my mother was born. He worked at
Solvay Process in Detroit after working there in Syracuse. Would
appreciate any information on "sailors." Thanks!
Date: 11 December 2001
Surname: HAUSMANN, etc.
Abelein, Martin date of immigration 6/15/1883. Crailsheim, Germany- St.
Paul's Evangelical German Lutheran 108 Grace St.
Berger, Peter 1879
Einsiedel, Catherina 1883
Sauer, Samuel(Alfonso) 1875
Hausmann, Margareta 1883
Sender: Carl Hommel
Date: 18 November 2001
Surname: Loos/Woese/HOMMEL Families in Syracuse
I have some information on the Conrad Loos Family, pictures, obit, story of his
Civil War record as written by his schoolboy grandson (Carlton L. Hommel, my father),
and the genealogy of his ancestors to the 1500's in Germany.
I also have a few things about Edward Hommel, his son-in-law. I have his family
tree back to the 1700's in Germany.
One of the pictures shows a birthday picnic for Caroline Bolline Woese, taken in
about 1895, with many Loos's, Woese's, one Haberle, some Hommel's (including my
father, age about three).
Another picture shows four generations, with my father (wearing his christening dress),
his mother, Elizabeth Katherine Loos Hommel, her mother, Anna Charlotte Woese Loos,
and her mother, Caroline Bollino Woese.
The last picture shows my father with his brother, Edward Conrad Hommel, with Edward
in his christening dress.
We are also related the Bausch Family in Rochester (Bausch & Lomb). There was a
Bausch and Hommel Optical Company in Syracuse in the early 1900's, which later
became Edward Hommel & Sons, in the State Tower Building.
Sender: Suzanne M. Kubacki
Date: 7 September 2001
Surname: HOEFLER, etc.
Many of my family lived/lives in Onondaga County, Oswego County. Lots of
them "bounced" between the two.
Hoefler, Moon, Pennock, Pringle, Torbit, Brimm, Eucher,
Steinbach/Steinbacher, Minikheim/Menikheim, Allen
Kubacki and Austin
Sender: Sandy Allen
Email: updated Sept. 2010: email@example.com
Date: 29 August 2001
Surname: HAHNLE, HENLEY
My lines are:
HAHNLE/HENLEY (immigrated from Germany to Syracuse circa 1850) maternal
Sender: Eric Schultz
Date: 19 August 2001
Surnames: HELLER, KLETTKE, KNOPF, KUEHN, BENKE,
SCHREINER, HORNUNG, MILLER, KELLER, DANIER, ZIMMER, SCHLOSSER, RUMPF, etc.
Descendants of F. Christian Heller:
Generation No. 1
1. F. CHRISTIAN1 HELLER was born 1810 in West Prussia, and died Aft.
December 1851. He married DOROTHEA M. ELISABETH KLETTKE, daughter of
CHRISTOPH KLETTKE. She was born in West Prussia, and died Aft. 01 August
Children of F. HELLER and DOROTHEA KLETTKE are:
i. CARL FERDINAND GUSTAV2 HELLER, b. 21 September 1840.
2. ii. AUGUSTA MARIE AMALIE HELLER, b. 19 August 1842, Lobsens,
Germany/Wyrzysk, Poland; d. 27 August 1923, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
3. iii. ERNEST JULIUS HELLER, SR., b. 26 December 1844, Lobsens,
Prussia/Wyrzysk, Poland; d. 22 April 1925, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
iv. ERNESTINE AMALIE HELLER, b. 08 August 1849, Lobsens, Germany/Wyrzysk,
Poland; d. Bef. 27 August 1923.
v. JULIE EMILIE HELLER, b. 01 August 1852; d. Bef. 27 August 1923.
Generation No. 2
2. AUGUSTA MARIE AMALIE2 HELLER (F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 19 August 1842 in
Lobsens, Germany/Wyrzysk, Poland, and died 27 August 1923 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY. She married (1) AUGUST KNOPF Bef. 1876 in Probably
Prussia. He was born in Germany, and died Bef. 1876 in killed in the war.
She married (2) FREDERICK WILHELM G. KUEHN, SR. 1876 in Germany, son of
MICHEL KÜHN and EVA WIEDENHOEFT. He was born 16 September 1850 in
Szczecinek, Poland (Flatow, Gittnow County, Prussia), and died 10 June 1936
in Liverpool, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of AUGUSTA HELLER and AUGUST KNOPF are:
i. ERNEST3 KNOPF, b. 07 December 1867, Prussia; d. 04 March 1929,
Elizabeth, Union CO, New Jersey.
4. ii. IDA KNOPF, b. 09 October 1869, Prussia; d. 24 October 1921, Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of AUGUSTA HELLER and FREDERICK KUEHN are:
5. iii. MAXAMILLION ARTHUR3 KUEHN, b. 31 January 1878, Prussia; d. 29 July
1957, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
iv. ALMA M. HILDA KUEHN, b. 10 February 1881, Germany; d. 25 April 1955,
Liverpool, Onondaga CO, NY; m. JACOB DOERR, 30 October 1900, Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY; b. 28 November 1874, Germany; d. 30 May 1939, Liverpool,
Onondaga CO, NY.
6. v. AMALIE WILHELMINA AUGUSTA KUEHN, b. 14 May 1884, Syracuse, Onondaga
CO, NY; d. 14 December 1974, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
vi. FREDERICK A. KUEHN, JR., b. 22 September 1886, Syracuse, Onondaga, CO,
NY; d. 13 June 1913, Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY.
3. ERNEST JULIUS2 HELLER, SR. (F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 26 December 1844 in
Lobsens, Prussia/Wyrzysk, Poland, and died 22 April 1925 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY. He married (1) PAULINE AUGUSTA BENKE 1868 in Prussia,
daughter of ERNEST BEHNKE and ANNA ZIMMER. She was born September 1851 in
Prussia, and died 02 February 1904 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY. He
married (2) ANNA 1905. She was born 1851 in Germany, and died Bef. 02
Children of ERNEST HELLER and PAULINE BENKE are:
i. WILLIAM J.3 HELLER, b. 08 July 1871, Prussia; d. 01 October 1929.
7. ii. IDA M. HELLER, b. August 1875, NY; d. Bet. 09 August 1949 - 1964.
8. iii. AUGUST C. HELLER, b. 28 April 1878, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 30
June 1963, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
9. iv. WILHELMENA HELLER, b. 22 January 1880, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
09 August 1949, Cortland, Onondaga CO, NY.
10. v. ELIZABETH HELLER, b. September 1882, NY; d. Bet. 22 April 1925 - 09
11. vi. ERNEST J. HELLER, JR., b. 14 December 1884, Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
NY; d. 06 October 1964, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
12. vii. HERMAN EDWARD HELLER, b. 23 September 1886, Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
NY; d. 05 May 1969, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
13. viii. OTTO JOHN HELLER, b. May 1889, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 21
April 1957, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
14. ix. EMMA AMELIA HELLER, b. November 1891, Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY; d.
Bet. 1957 - 1964.
Generation No. 3
4. IDA3 KNOPF (AUGUSTA MARIE AMALIE2 HELLER, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 09
October 1869 in Prussia, and died 24 October 1921 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
NY. She married JOHN SCHREINER. He was born 22 February 1866 in Germany,
and died Aft. 1943.
Children of IDA KNOPF and JOHN SCHREINER are:
i. ARTHUR G.4 SCHREINER, b. 06 May 1891, Liverpool, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 27
May 1934, St. Joseph's Hospital; m. MABEL DELOSH, Aft. 1920.
ii. RUDOLPH A. SCHREINER, b. 23 July 1892, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 25
April 1943; m. ETHEL SOPER, 03 October 1912; b. 1891; d. Aft. 1943.
iii. HAROLD SCHREINER, b. 25 June 1897, Probably Liverpool, NY; d. 10 June
1898, Probably Liverpool, NY.
5. MAXAMILLION ARTHUR3 KUEHN (AUGUSTA MARIE AMALIE2 HELLER, F. CHRISTIAN1)
was born 31 January 1878 in Prussia, and died 29 July 1957 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY. He married ELIZABETH HORNUNG 1905 in Syracuse, Onondaga
CO, NY. She was born 21 March 1884 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died
10 December 1954 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of MAXAMILLION KUEHN and ELIZABETH HORNUNG are:
i. VIOLA E.4 KUEHN, b. 03 July 1905, New York; d. June 1985, Liverpool,
Onondaga, CO, NY; m. WILLIAM DANTONELLO, SR.; b. 12 December 1901; d.
ii. RUTH H. KUEHN, b. 08 February 1909, New York; d. Bet. 1970 - 1980, WI;
iii. ARTHUR M. KUEHN, JR., b. 02 August 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
29 January 1992, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; m. ELEANOR SMITH, 22 September
1933, Cicero, Onondaga CO, NY; b. 02 April 1912, Rochester, NY; d. Aft.
iv. EDRICH F. KUEHN, b. 23 January 1917, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 24
September 1983, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
v. WALTER G. KUEHN, b. 24 December 1918, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 31
December 1924, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
6. AMALIE WILHELMINA AGUSTA3 KUEHN (AUGUSTA MARIE AMALIE2 HELLER, F.
CHRISTIAN1) was born 14 May 1884 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 14
December 1974 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY. She married ELMER SHARES MILLER
30 June 1909 in Zion's Lutheran Church, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, son of
MANVILLE MILLER and MARY BROOKS. He was born 14 February 1886 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY, and died 19 January 1958 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of AMALIE KUEHN and ELMER MILLER are:
i. EUNICE HARRIETT4 MILLER, b. 08 May 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; m.
EDWARD CHARLES OBRIST, SR., 29 October 1929, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; b.
13 July 1909, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 13 September 1987, Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY.
ii. URSULA ALMA MILLER, b. 22 May 1913, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; m.
CHARLES HARLEM BARKER, JR., 18 September 1943, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; b.
13 January 1914, Glenfield, Lewis CO, NY; d. 12 January 1970, Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY.
iii. HOWARD ELMER MILLER, b. 30 October 1914, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
03 August 1979, Rumson, NJ; m. JANE ELIZABETH EBINGER, 22 August 1942,
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; b. 01 May 1918, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
7. IDA M.3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born August 1875 in
NY, and died Bet. 09 August 1949 - 1964. She married JOHN KELLER, SR..
Children of IDA HELLER and JOHN KELLER are:
i. JOHN L.4 KELLER, JR., m. ERMA CLARA HELLER, Aft. 1929; b. 17 April 1907,
Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY; d. Aft. 1964.
ii. NORMA KELLER, m. BILL RAPP, SR..
8. AUGUST C.3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 28 April 1878
in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 30 June 1963 in Syracuse, Onondaga
CO, NY. He married ELIZABETH KLEIN. She was born 1878 in NY, and died
Children of AUGUST HELLER and ELIZABETH KLEIN are:
i. STEWART E.4 HELLER, b. 19 August 1901, NY; d. 15 December 1985,
Clearwater, FL; m. MARY BARTON; d. Aft. 15 December 1985.
ii. DELORES HELLER, b. 1906, NY.
9. WILHELMENA3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 22 January
1880 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 09 August 1949 in Cortland,
Onondaga CO, NY. She married LOUIS PHILLIP DANIER About 1905 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY, son of JACOB DANIER and CAROLINE WOERNER. He was born
1878 in NY, and died 16 April 1958 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of WILHELMENA HELLER and LOUIS DANIER are:
i. FLORENCE4 DANIER, b. 1902; d. 21 June 1914, Oswego Canal, Mud Lock, NY.
ii. EARL DANIER, b. 1904; d. 21 June 1914, Oswego Canal, Mud Lock, NY.
10. ELIZABETH3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born September
1882 in NY, and died Bet. 22 April 1925 - 09 August 1949. She married
EDWARD ZIMMER. He was born 1885 in NY, and died Aft. 1920.
Child of ELIZABETH HELLER and EDWARD ZIMMER is:
i. EDWARD4 ZIMMER, b. 1911, NY.
11. ERNEST J.3 HELLER, JR. (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 14
December 1884 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 06 October 1964 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY. He married CLARA CAROLINE SCHLOSSER 27 June 1906
in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, daughter of GEORGE SCHLOSSER and CAROLINE
HAUTZ. She was born 17 June 1886 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 17
June 1963 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of ERNEST HELLER and CLARA SCHLOSSER are:
i. ERMA CLARA4 HELLER, b. 17 April 1907, Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY; d.
Aft. 1964; m. (1) JOHN L. KELLER, JR., Aft. 1929; m. (2) JOHN RICHARD
LAMPHERE, 08 June 1929, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; b. 02 December 1904,
ii. LILLIAN IRENE HELLER, b. 26 July 1915, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; m.
ROBERT ERWIN DAVIS, 12 June 1937, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; b. 16 June
1914, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 19 March 1982, Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
12. HERMAN EDWARD3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born 23
September 1886 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 05 May 1969 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY. He married MARY IRENE WARNER 18 May 1908 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, daughter of LOUIS WARNER and CATHERINE MALLONEY.
She was born 19 October 1885 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 05 May
1963 in Probably Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of HERMAN HELLER and MARY WARNER are:
i. EDWARD HERMAN4 HELLER, b. 21 August 1908, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
05 May 1951.
ii. GEORGE ERNEST HELLER, b. 18 August 1910, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
21 December 1981.
iii. ROBERT JOHN HELLER, b. 26 December 1911, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
08 May 1984, Sarasota, Sarasota CO, FL.
iv. WILLIAM OTTO HELLER, b. 03 April 1914, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 09
v. RITA KATHLEEN HELLER, b. 29 January 1917, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d.
30 June 1999, Sarasota, Sarasota CO, FL.
13. OTTO JOHN3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born May 1889 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 21 April 1957 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
NY. He married (1) ANNA C. KIM. She died Aft. 21 April 1957 in Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY. He married (2) HILDA BERTHA SOULLER 23 February 1909 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, daughter of CHARLES SOULLER and CATHERINE HEFTS.
She was born 1890 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY, and died 24 November 1919 in
Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of OTTO HELLER and ANNA KIM are:
i. HILDA E.4 HELLER, m. RAYMOND SEELY.
ii. DAUGHTER HELLER, d. Aft. 1957; m. RAYMOND SEYLEY.
Children of OTTO HELLER and HILDA SOULLER are:
iii. HILDA E.4 HELLER, b. 1910, NY; d. 19 April 1984; m. (1) EDWARD J.
GOODWIN; d. Bef. 1984; m. (2) DICKINSON.
iv. EARL L. HELLER, b. 09 November 1913, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY; d. 19
December 1931, Syracuse, Onondaga CO, NY.
14. EMMA AMELIA3 HELLER (ERNEST JULIUS2, F. CHRISTIAN1) was born November
1891 in Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY, and died Bet. 1957 - 1964. She married
(1) FRANK CURRAN, JR. He was born 1892 in NY, and died Aft. 1920. She
married (2) EDWARD GEORGE RUMPF 25 October 1915 in Syracuse, Onondaga CO,
NY, son of JACOB RUMPF and MINNIE DORNER. He was born 10 May 1877 in
Syracuse, Onondaga, CO, NY, and died January 1977 in Probably Syracuse,
Onondaga CO, NY.
Children of EMMA HELLER and EDWARD RUMPF are:
i. VIRGINIA4 RUMPF.
ii. CATHERINE RUMPF.