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Peter Goehle

Peter Goehle, born in 1852 in Hernsheim, near Worms, Duchy of Hessen-Darmstadt, butcher, immigrated to New York City in 1873. In 1875 he married Catherine Christ. After Catherine's death in 1888, Peter married Minnie Lindemann in 1889. For more information on Peter Goehle click on the pictures of the butchers.


Peter Goehle related pages
Katherine Goehle Kirkebye, daughter of Peter Goehle, and the Kirkebyes
Other Goehles in the US

Peter Goehle, junior

Peter Goehle, junior was born in 1885 in New York City. In 1906 he married May Beckley. For more information on Peter Goehle click on the pictures of the man smoking a pipe.


Frank Goehle, son of Peter Goehle senior

Frank, the son of Peter Goehle and Minnie "Lindemann", was born on March 6, 1894 at 88 Sheriff St., New York City. For more information on Frank Goehle click on his picture .


Frank Goehle related pages
Agnes Goehle Land and Bud Land
Isabelle Goehle Walters and Freddie Walters
Eileen Goehle and Lawrence Czaplyski
Peggy Goehle Edgar and Charlie Edgar
    The Edgar Family
Eleanor Goehle and Robert Burger
Frank Goehle junior and Flo
Betty Goehle and Ray Mohring
Frank Goehle Dressmaker
Frank Goehle Artist
Photos of the Frank Goehle Family

Goehles in Herrnsheim, Germany

Peter Goehle was born in Herrnsheim Germany in 1852. For information on the Goehles in Herrnsheim, Germany go to Goehles in Herrnsheim


Arnold in Herrnsheim

Carl Franz Geohle was married to (Anna) Maria Magdelena Arnold, the daughter of Peter Arnold for more information on the Arnolds in Herrnsheim go to Arnold in Herrnsheim


Arnold in Ballenberg

Phillip Arnold was baptized in Ballenberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany in 1679 for more information on the Arnolds in Ballenberg go to Arnolds in Ballenberg


Bardong

Johann Bardong born 1725 married Anna Marie Hartbauer For more information on the Bardongs go to Bardong


Cornell

Johann Harbauer married Maia Francisca Cornell. They were the parents of Wendelin Harbauer. For more information on the Cornell go to Cornell


Dannfald

Heinrich Bardong married Anna Margarethe Dannfald. For more information on the Dannfald family go to Dannfald


Görtz

Johann Goehle married Margarethe Gortz, they were the parents of Carol Franz Goehle, the father of Peter Goehle. For more information on the Gortz family in Herrnshiem go to Gortz


Harbauer

Franz Geohle was married to Louisa Harbauer for more information on the Harbauers in Herrnsheim go to Harbauer


Heyl

Wendelin Harbauer married Franziska Heyl, they were the parents of Lorenz Harbauer who married Margarethe Scheer. For more information on the Hyles go to Heyl


Hoff

Johann Peter Goehle married Catherine Hoff. For more information on the Hoffs go to Hoff


Kieser

Anna Amelia Kieser married Johann Christopher Wallreuther For more information on the Kieser family go to Kieser


Scheer

Magdelena Scheer married Lorenz Harbauer, they were the parents of Louisa Harbauer who married Franz Goehle. For more information on the Scheers go to Scheer


Vogt

Francisco Heyl married Gertrude de Vogt(in) in May 1704. For more information on Vogt in Herrnsheim go to Vogt


Wallreuther — Kiderich (Kiedrich) and Herrnsheim, Germany

Anne Marie Margarethe Wallreuther married Phillip Anton Heyl in 1744. For more information on the Wallreuther family go to Wallreuther


Weinmann

Johann Hartbauer married Marie Agnes Weinmann in Hernsheim in 1717. For more information on Weimann go to Weinmann


Minnie "Lindermann", Second Wife of Peter Goehle

Minnie Lindemann, born between 1860 and 1864, was listed on most of the records connected with her as the daughter of Catherine Furst and Julius Lindemann. I have not found a birth record for Minnie. However, I have reason to believe that she was the daughter of Catherine Furst and her first husband, ______ Schwarzmeier. For more information on Minnie, click on the woman with the basket.


Catherine Furst, the mother of Minnie Lindemann

Catherine Furst was born in Bavaria. She married ___ Schwarzmeier, date unknown. After his death (date uncertain), she married Julius Lindermann in 1863. After Julius' death in 1867, she supported herself and her two daughters, Minnie and Kate, as a seamstress. Click on the seamstress for more information on Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann.


Other Fursts in New York City in the Mid to Late 1800s.

Catherine Furst was born in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany. She had at least one brother, Ludwig, who also immigrated to New York City. Click on the picture of Aschaffenburg for more information on other Fursts in New York City in the mid to late 1800s .


_____ Schwarzmeier, the first husband of Catherine Furst

_____ Schwarzmeier was the first husband of Catherine Furst. I beleive he was also the father of Minnie "Lindemann". For more information on the Schwarzmeiers click on the image of the man with his back turned.


Julius Lindemann, the second husband of Catherine Furst

Julius Lindemann, born in Bettmar, Duchy of Brunswick, Germany in 1820 was a tailor. He immigrated to the United States circa 1847. After the death of his first wife, he married Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier in 1863. For more information on Julius click on the tailor.


Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo

Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo, the daughter of Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann and Julius Lindemann was born in New York City in 1866. For more information on Catherine, click on the image of the woman from an 1895 The Ladies World.


The Family of Martin Beyerkohler

Charles Beyerkohler, the first husband of Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo, was the son of Martin Beyerkohler, baker, who immigrated from Germany to New York City. For information on the family of Martin Beyerkohler click on the photo of the family of his son, Conrad Beyerkohler.


Peter Schuessler

Peter Schuessler, was the witness to the naturalization of Peter Goehle in 1883. For information on Peter Scuessler click on the picture of the Bavarian father and son.


Photos of Frank Goehle and his family

To see photos of Peter and Minnie Goehle's son, Frank, his wife, Isabelle, their children and grandchildren, click on the photo of Frank Goehle.


Copies of Original Documents

For copies of some of the original documents, click on Peter Goehle's naturalization papers.


The German Community in the New York area

For information on German immigration to America and the communities they establised, click on the ship.


Research Sources

For information on the sources used to research the Goehle, Furst, Schwarzmeier and Lindemann families, click on the picture of the German Evangelical Church


Places Where the Goehles and Lindemanns Lived

To view photos of the buildings were the Goehles and Lindemanns lived, click on the photo of 236 E 14th where the Goehles lived in 1900.


Related Pages

88 Sheriff Street, A Study of an address on the Lower East Side

Sheriff Street and Steve Magasis

The General Slocum Disaster June 15, 1904


Maps

For maps of Germany and New York City click on the view of the Lower East Side circa 1852.


To view photos, postcards and pictures relating to immigration into the United States, click on the post card of Ellis Island.

To see pictures of the ships on which the Goehle family immigrated, click on the photo of the Batavia.

Abenheim

Sheer and Herman Families


Bechtheim

Jacob Cornell was born in Bechtheim in 1676 the son of Cornell Cornell


Herrnsheim

The Birthplace of Peter Goehle and his ancestors.


Kiedrich

Home of the Wallruether family.


Osthofen

Worms

Peter Goehle was born in Hernsheim, Germany a village just outside the City of Worms.


Aschaffenburg, Germany

The birthplace of Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann.


Braunschweig

The birthplace of Julius Lindemann


Life in Germany

Catherine Furst, Julius Lindemann and Peter Goehle were among the millions of German American immigrants. For images of life in Germany, click on the picture of the wooden shoes


Immigration

For pictures and information on immigration through the port of New York, click on the picture of immigrants in Castle Gardens in 1880


Occupations

For early pictures representing occupations of the Goehle ancestors, click on the picture of the coaches in Central Park


Thanks

One of the best sources of genealogical information is family.

Thanks to:

  • Peggie Goehle Edgar, the daughter of Frank Goehle and the grandaughter of Peter Goehle, for information about her family.
  • Gay Moran, the grandaughter of Rose Goehle Bartels and the great-grandaughter of Peter Goehle, for information about Peter and his family.
  • Mark Soltysiak, the great great grandson of Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann and Julius Lindemann, who provided information on Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo and her family, April 2004.
  • Suellen, a descendant of Catherine Goehle and Emil Kirkebye for information on The Kirkebyes.
  • Kurt Kohler, a Beyerkohler descendant, for information on the Beyerkohlers.

For sharing photos thanks to:

  • Peggie Goehle Edgar and Charlie Edgar
  • Justina Land Leler, daughter of Agnes Goehle Land
  • Flo Goehle, wife of Frank Goehle
  • Eleanor Goehle Burger
  • Bella Czaplyski Pipas, daughter of Eileen Goehle Czplyski
  • Pris Walter Freeman, daughter of Isabell Goehle Walter


If you have any suggestions, corrections, information, copies of documents, or photos that you would like to share with this site, please contact me at maggie@maggieblanck.com

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