Morris Linton Greulich, second and eldest surviving son of Charles Philipp Greulich and Caroline K. Wolf, was born 7 Jun 1866 in East Greenville, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania and died 25 Jan 1931. He married on 15 Jan 1887 Elizabeth “Lizzie” Butterweck Fox, daughter of John Fox and Elizabeth Butterweck.
This is a transcription of the last will and testament of Jacob Hacker (1803—1873) of Elizabeth township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. I’m am seeking to determine whether or not this Jacob Hocker/Hacker belongs to my Lancaster Hackers, and if so, where. He’s of an age to possibly be the son of George3 and Christina (Miller) Hacker […]
Caroline K. (Wolf) Greulich, daugher of Joel and Elizabeth (Krauss) Greulich, was born 10 Mar 1845 and died 24 Apr 1915 in East Greenville, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania. She was the second wife of Charles Philipp Greulich, son of Georg Philipp and Anna Margaretha (Wurzel) Greulich. The couple married 17 Aug 1864 and had 13 children, […]
As best as I can translate: “Here lies Frederich HACKER born the 17th of January 176 and was different [died] 26th of January 1812 was aged 56 years and 9 days.” Frederick was the eldest son of Johan Adam HACKER and Maria Elisabetha WEIDMAN of Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. He was buried in the […]
Charles Philipp (Karl Philipp) Greulich, son of Georg Philipp and Anna Margaretha (Wurzel) Greulich, was born 13 Sep 1838 in Haag, Baden, Germany. He married twice, first Susanna Wolf, then to her sister Caroline Wolf. Charles came to to America with his sister, Eva Katharina Greulich, and his half-brother, Georg Philipp Jakob. His passport, dated […]
I’m looking for information on my Smith family relatives—William Smith (1892—?), aka John Norwood, and James Smith (1885—1905?). Nothing like setting yourself difficult task, I know. Please help!
Do you have ancestors in Michigan? If so, there are two fantastic resources you should know about for online records. FamilySearch.org has birth, marriage, and death records for Michigan online, as follows: Michigan Births 1867—1902, Michigan Marriages 1868—1925, Michigan Deaths 1867—1897. You can search the records through the index, then view and save a digital […]
When I first started this blog, I’d never actually visited another genealogy blog. As I began posting, I started wondering about what I should be posting—besides my research findings, that is. I got curious. What were other family researchers posting? Just their research? Genealogy news? Helpful how-tos? While surfing from blog to blog, I came […]
This photo was likely taken circa 1941-1942 in East Greenville, Pennsylvania and includes the living children (and/or spouses) of Charles Philipp and Caroline K. (Wolf) Greulich—assuming, of course, that the identifications are correct. Men (L-R): John Wieder, Lewis Keller, Elmer Greulich, Albert Sterner, Charles Greulich Women (L-R): Katherine Jane (Greulich) Wieder, Kate Amanda (Weil) Greulich, […]
If you’re going to be researching your family, there are some books that you must have. These are not just the books that I’ve found useful, but books that I’ve returned to again and again.* Red Book The Red Book: American State, County & Town Sources contains much need background information on the genealogy resources […]