Person:Carl Rinke (2)

Watchers
Carl (Charles) Rinke
m. 1831
  1. Anne Marie Rinke1832 -
  2. Andreas (Andrew) Rinke1833 - 1894
  3. Johannes Rinke1835 - 1911
  4. Frantz Rinke1837 - 1887
  5. George Rinke1839 -
  6. Anna Magarette Rinke1841 -
  7. Carl (Charles) Rinke1843 - 1909
  8. Christopher Rinke1846 - 1898
  9. Frantz Joseph (Joseph) Rinke1850 - 1923
  • HCarl (Charles) Rinke1843 - 1909
  • WHelena Brant1838 - 1900
m. 21 APR 1868
  1. George Rinke1869 - BEF 1948
  2. Anna Rinke1871 - BEF 1948
  3. Helena Rinke1872 - BEF 1948
  4. Charles F Rinke, Sr1874 - 1949
  5. Joseph Rinke1876 - BEF 1948
  6. Mary Rinke1877 - 1952
  7. Aloisius Rinke1879 - BEF 1948
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Carl (Charles) Rinke
Gender Male
Birth[2][3][1][4][9] 16 MAY 1843 Kaltenburg, Heilgenstadt, Prussia, Germany
Immigration[3][6] DEC 1861 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Marriage 21 APR 1868 Wayne, Michiganto Helena Brant
Occupation[2] 1880 a Carpenter
Census[2] 1880 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Census 1880 Detroit, Wayne, Michiganwith Helena Brant
Residence[7] 1891 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Occupation[8] 1900 working in Dry Goods Merchandise
Census 1900 Detroit, Wayne, Michiganwith Helena Brant
Death[5][4] 08 APR 1909 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Burial[5] Mt. Elliot Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan

CARL (CHARLES) RINKE was born on 16 May 1843 at Kaltenburg, Heilgenstadt, Prussia, Germany. Charles was the seventh in a family of nine, two girls and seven boys.

He immigrated in Dec 1861 to Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.S9 The letter from granddaughter Lorretta Hyde Strole stated that "Mother's (Mary Rinke Hyde) people came from Heilgenstadt then Kaltenburg Prussia near Rastenburg). Neu Rosenthal (this is now Ketrzyn, Masowiecki, Poland) this was just south of Konigsberg (which is now Koliningrad, Soviet Union (now Russia)). Rastenburg is in the Masurian Lakes region 40 miles ENE of Allenstein (Olsztyn). They landed in Detroit in Dec 1861". Helena Brant Schulte Rinke was already in the U.S. in 1861, so this can only apply to Charles Rinke.

CARL married HELENA BRANT on 21 Apr 1868 at Wayne County, Michigan, at the age of 24. They had seven children together, three girls and four boys. They also raised the three children from Helena's earlier marriage. He was a Carpenter in 1880. He and HELENA BRANT appeared on the census of 1880 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. He lived at 841 McDougall Avenue in 1891 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. He was working in Dry Goods Merchandise in 1900.

He died on 8 Apr 1909, probably at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 65. He was buried at Mt. Elliot Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.

Census

Carl Rinke Census
Year Source Image
1880 1880 US Federal Census: Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
1900 1900 US Federal Population Census: Detroit Ward 9, Wayne County, Michigan
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Robert LeFevre. Rinke GED LeFevre. (GED File, Downloaded January 24, 2003), Secondary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 1880 US Federal Census: Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, 1880, Primary quality.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Loretta Hyde Strole. Loretta Hyde Strole Letter. (Letter, April 4, 1979), 1979, Primary quality.
    Loretta Hyde Strole Letter
  4. 4.0 4.1 Greg Esper. Esper Rinke GED. (GED File, Received August 13, 2003), Secondary quality.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Lisa Nesterowich. Lisa Nesterowich E-Mail: Carl and Helena Brandt Rinke Cemetery Marker. (E-Mail, August 29, 2003), Secondary quality.
    Headstone Headstone
  6. Gale Research. Family Tree Makers Family Archives Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1538-1940. (Compiled Database), Secondary quality.
  7. 1890 Detroit Michigan Directory: Charles Rinke Entry. (Compiled Database), 1890, Secondary quality.
  8. 1900 US Federal Population Census: Detroit Ward 9, Wayne County, Michigan, 1900, Secondary quality.
  9. Zimmerman, Gary. German Immigrants: Lists of Passengers bound from Bremen to New York, 1855-1862, with places of origin. (Batltimore: Genealogical Publisihing Company, 1986), 1861, Secondary quality.
  10.   Gale Research. Family Tree Makers Family Archives Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1538-1940. (Compiled Database), 1861, Secondary quality.