Person:Philipp Schmidt (1)

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Philipp Leonard SCHMIDT
b.20 FEB 1851 Buffalo, New York
d.31 DEC 1898 Buffalo, New York
m. 21 NOV 1848
  1. Catharina Schmidt1849 - 1933
  2. Philipp Leonard SCHMIDT1851 - 1898
  3. Philippine Schmidt1853 - 1855
  4. Heinrich Schmidt1855 - 1897
  5. Carl Schmidt1857 - 1858
  6. Maria Schmidt1858 - 1885
m. 8 OCT 1872
  1. Wilhemina Schmidt1873 - 1952
  2. Henry Phillip Schmidt1874 - 1944
  3. George Philipp Schmidt1876 - 1877
  4. Emma Carolina Schmidt1877 - 1952
  5. Katharina Friederike Schmidt1879 - 1879
  6. Philip Leonard Schmidt1880 - 1964
  7. John Patrick SCHMIDT1882 - 1969
  8. Elisabetha Regina Schmidt1883 - 1884
  9. Elizabetha Wilhelmina Schmidt1885 - 1967
  10. Clara Wilhelmina Schmidt1887 - 1937
Facts and Events
Name[1] Philipp Leonard SCHMIDT
Gender Male
Birth[2][3] 20 FEB 1851 Buffalo, New York
Other[9] 6 APR 1851 [[Place:Philip Doerner & Catherine [betz] Doerner|Philip Doerner & Catherine [betz] Doerner]]Godparents Are
Baptism[10] 6 APR 1851 St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, New York
Marriage 8 OCT 1872 St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, New Yorkto Elizabeth FASSNACHT
Other Georg Gebhardt, Heinrich Betz, Jacob Weil, All Of HereWitnesses
with Elizabeth FASSNACHT
Residence[11] 1873 ? 614 Adams "laborer"
Residence? 1880 588 Adams (per census)
Census? 1880 ED 142, 588 Adams, Buffalo, NY
Residence[12] 1890 576 Adams
Occupation[12] 1890 Stovemounter, S.s. Jewet & Co.
Residence[13] 1898 80 Cayuga Street, Buffalo, NY
Death[4][5][6][7] 31 DEC 1898 Buffalo, New YorkCause: Adeno Carcinoma of Rectum
Burial[8] 2 JAN 1899 Forest Lawn Cemetery, Lot 123, Section 8, Buffalo, New York
Medical? Operated on by Roswell Park.
Reference Number? 6

Address: Address 1: 576 Adams City: Buffalo State: NY

1875 NY State Census, 6th ward, 4th district: Philip Schmitt, 23, m, b. Erie, married, moulder Elisa, 23, wife, b. Erie Philomina, 2, dau, b. Erie Henry, 1, son, b. Erie

According to Mildred Smith Heffley, Philip L. Schmidt was a heavy drinker. She also remembers that they ate off of metal dishes. (I wonder if these dishes came from Betz & Sons earthenware?)

Mildred also said that Philipp and Elizabeth were forced to move off Cayuga (about 1924; Public School 39, which was behind the house, expanded), after which they moved to Lisbon Avenue, off Bailey.

References
  1. St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, NY Church Records, 1848-1968, Item 1 1848-1854.

    Parents: Leonhard & Elisabeth Schmidt
    Born: 20 February 1851

  2. St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, NY Church Records, 1848-1968, Item 1 1848-1854.

    Born: 20 February 1851

  3. City of Buffalo, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Certificate of Death - Phillip Schmidt.

    Age at death: 47 years, 10 mos., 11 days
    Place of birth: Buffalo, NY

  4. Forest Lawn Cemetery Headstone - Philipp Schmidt.

    Died: December 31, 1898
    Lot 123, Section 8

  5. City of Buffalo, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Certificate of Death - Phillip Schmidt.

    Died: December 31, 1898 in Buffalo, NY

  6. St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, NY Church Records, 1848-1968, Item 9 Funerals 1892-1932.

    Died December 31, 1898
    Buried January 3, 1899

  7. City of Buffalo, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Certificate of Death - Phillip Schmidt.
  8. City of Buffalo, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Certificate of Death - Phillip Schmidt.

    Date of Burial: Jan. 2nd. 1899
    Place of Burial: Forest Lawn

  9. St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, NY Church Records, 1848-1968, Baptisms.
  10. St. Peter's German Evangelical Church, Buffalo, NY Church Records, 1848-1968, Item 2 Baptisms 1855-1865.
  11. Buffalo City Directory.

    1873

  12. 12.0 12.1 Buffalo City Directory.

    1890

  13. Certificate of Death - Philipp L. Schmidt.