Person:Johannes Habermehl (3)

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Johannes Habermehl
b.est 1810
d.abt 1858
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Name Johannes Habermehl
Gender Male
Birth[4] est 1810
Marriage abt 1834 to Anna Elisabetha Zinn
Living[1] bef 1856 Storndorf, Hesse, Germany
Immigration[1][2] 1856 Ontario, Canada
Death[1][5] abt 1858
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Fred Habermehl, Twigs, Branches Roots (early draft).

    The record of the 1930 family reunion reads as follows:
    "In 1856 John Habermehl and his wife formerly Miss Lizzie Zinn came to Canada from Strandorf, Germany. The trip was made by sailing ship to New York and thence by train to Canada and settled in Baden. It was some two years after they had come to Canada that John Habermehl was killed when he fell from a wagon as his team ran away".

  2. Ontario, Waterloo County, Wilmot Twp, in Canada. 1911 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada).

    William Haubermeahl, born April 1848 (age 63) in Germany, immigrated to Canada in 1856, farmer
    wife: Barbara Haubermeahl, born Oct 1852 (age 58) in O[ntario]
    daughter: Catherine Haubermeahl, born Jan 1893 (age 18) in O[ntario]
    all Mennonite

  3.   Johannes Habermehl, in Germany. Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898: index. (FamilySearch).

    Johannes Habermehl
    baptism date: 09 Aug 1835
    baptism place: EVANGELISCH,OBER BREIDENBACH,OBERHESSEN,HESSE-DARMSTADT
    birth date: 27 Jul 1835
    father: Johannes Habermehl
    mother: Anna Elisabetha Zinn
    system origin: Germany-EASy

  4. Birth year estimated based on wife's birth date.
  5. He fell from a wagon as his team ran away.