1791 - 1833 (40 years)
||Maria Anna Hartlaub |
||5 Dec 1791
||3 Feb 2006 |
||Peter (Petrus Reinhard) Reinhart, b. 22 Aug 1787, Niedernberg, Germany , d. 12 Jul 1873, at his home in New Riegel (Age 85 years) |
||9 Apr 1815
||St. Cyriakus Church in Niedernberg, Father Schneider conducted the wedding
| ||1. Maria Teresia Reinhart, b. 13 Feb 1816, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 18 Sep 1862, Alvada, Ohio (Age 46 years)|
| ||2. Johann Reinhart, b. 12 Dec 1817, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 17 Dec 1817, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany (Age 0 years)|
| ||3. Peter "Petrus" Reinhart, Jr., b. 11 Nov 1818, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 28 Oct 1886, New Corydon, Indiana (Age 67 years)|
| ||4. Martin Reinhart, b. 12 May 1821, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 4 Aug 1825, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany (Age 4 years)|
| ||5. Barbara Reinhart, b. 22 Apr 1824, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany |
| ||6. Johann Karl Reinhart, b. 20 Jul 1825, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 8 Jul 1914, Alvada, Ohio (Age 88 years)|
| ||7. Alois Reinhart, b. 23 Sep 1827, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany |
| ||8. Martin Reinhart, b. 8 Aug 1832, Niedemberg, Germany , d. 18 Jul 1903, Alvada, Seneca County, Ohio (Age 70 years)|
| ||9. Thomas Reinhart, b. 28 Mar 1930, Niedernberg, Bavaria, Germany , d. 2 Jan 1879, Frenchtown, Ohio |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- They began to raise nine children before coming to America: Teresia, Johann, Peter, Jr., Martin, Barbara, Johann Karl, Alois, Thomas, and Martin. The first Johann died at age 5 days, and the first Martin died at age 3 years. Barbara and Alois are not accounted for... and we suspect that they died either before leaving for America, or perhaps during the voyage itself.
On June 6, 1833, Maria Anna & Peter Reinhart, with their family, departed Bremen and began their journey to the United States. We believe that the family landed in Baltimore, Maryland, because that was the destination indicated on Peter's passport .
After arriving in America, Peter brought the family to the town of Somerset, in Perry County, Ohio. Here, they had German friends with whom the family stayed, while Peter traveled north to Seneca County seeking ownership of new land.
We suspect that Maria Anna died either in Baltimore
or Somerset, Ohio, but we have no record of her death, nor have we ever located her burial location. We know, however, that Maria Anna never reached Seneca County with Peter and the children. After purchasing the new land, Peter went back to Somerset. In the spring of 1834, he returned to his newly acquired land in Seneca County with his five children.
He began clearing the land of trees and making it into a pioneer farm. Peter died on July, 12, 1873 at his home in New Riegel , Ohio.
Although we now have a record of Maria Anna Hartlaub, the details of her death will remain uncertain until we find her burial location and further records.
- [S9] Breathitt County, Kentucky - Family History Website, Jeanette Shouse & Stephen D. Bowling, (1998).
- [S1] Lucius Families U.S.A., Volume V, Ophelia RIchardson Wade, (1978).