Person:Amalia Schlichting (1)

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Amalia Wilhelmine Schlichting
m. about 1835
  1. Fredrick Schlichting1837 - 1909
  2. Amalia Wilhelmine Schlichting1839 - 1919
m. 7 Feb 1869
  1. Emiel Frederick William Schoennauer1869 - 1945
  2. (John) Schoennauer1872 -
  3. Emma Schoennauer1874 -
  4. Arthur Charles John Schoennauer1875 - 1941
  5. Amanda Schoennauer1879 - 1880
  6. Louis Schoennauer1883 - 1883
  7. Martha Schoennauer1884 - 1885
  8. Richard Christopher Theodore Schoennauer1886 - 1887
  • HConrad Kratz
  • WAmalia Wilhelmine Schlichting1839 - 1919
m. 25 June 1887
  • HKarl Rumpf
  • WAmalia Wilhelmine Schlichting1839 - 1919
m. 5 October 1890
  • HGustav Perlickabout 1845 - 1904
  • WAmalia Wilhelmine Schlichting1839 - 1919
m. about 1893
Facts and Events
Name Amalia Wilhelmine Schlichting
Gender Female
Birth[1] 14 October 1839 Westpreußen, Preußen, Germany
Immigration[4] 1868
Marriage 7 Feb 1869 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United Statesto John Schoennauer
Divorce about 1887 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United Statesfrom John Schoennauer
Marriage 25 June 1887 Cook, Illinois, United Statesto Conrad Kratz
Marriage 5 October 1890 Cook, Illinois, United Statesto Karl Rumpf
Marriage about 1893 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United Statesto Gustav Perlick
Census[5] 15 April 1910 Snohomish, Snohomish, Washington, United StatesAvenue C
Living[4] 1918 Seattle, King, Washington, United States2130 No. 51st St.
Death[1][3][4] 13 November 1919 Seattle, King, Washington, United StatesAge: 80 yrs, 29 days
Burial[1][3][4] 18 November 1919 Lakeview Cemetery, Seattle, King, Washington, United States
Ancestral File Number[1] 1MP9-VJJ

Biography

Amalia Wilhelmine Schlichting was born on 14 October 1839 in West Prussia. She appeared on the census on 8 July 1870 in Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, which records her name as "Emily," 30 years old. In 1919 she lived in Seattle, Washington with her son Arthur and his family. She died on 13 November 1919 in Seattle, King Co, Washington. Amalia died a widow, three times married after John, and although she died with the name Perlick, it was her wish to be buried with the Schoennauer name on her headstone. She was buried on 18 November 1919 at Lakeview Cemetery in Seattle, Washington.


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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ancestral File (R). (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).
  2.   Amalia Wilhelmine Schlichting, in In Search Of My Civil War Ancestor: John Shonour (Schoennauer) & the 88th Pennsylvania Volunteers (Part 1), 13 Nov 2002, Questionable quality.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Burial record (Lakeview Cemetery) Image:Lakeview-Burials-Schoennauer.pdf
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Death certificate for Amalia Wilhelmina Perlick (1919)
  5. Amalia listed in 1910 Census (Snohomis City, Snohomish County, Washington)