Person:Jane Follweiler (1)

m. 1 Aug 1843
  1. Owen Henry Clay Follweiler1844 - 1889
  2. Emma Rebecca Follweiler1846 - 1918
  3. Dama Follweiler1848 - Aft 1912
  4. Jane Follweiler1851 - 1912
  5. Polly E FollweilerAbt 1854 - Aft 1912
  6. Anson Follweiler1857 - 1949
  7. Amanda FollweilerAbt 1861 - Aft 1940
m. Abt. 1872
  1. Harvey Elmer Reimert1873 - 1955
  2. William Anson Reimert1877 - 1920
  3. Irene Elizabeth Reimert1878 - 1952
  4. Myra V. ReimertAbt 1880 - 1965
  5. Daniel Morris ReimertAbt 1883 - Abt 1889
  6. Barbara Laura Reimert1885 - 1965
  7. Hattie Eva Reimert1888 - 1971
  8. Abner Follweiler Reimert1890 - Aft 1971
  9. Arlene Jane Reimert1893 - Bef 1965
  10. Helen Ruth Reimert1895 - Aft 1971
Facts and Events
Name Jane Follweiler
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 6 Nov 1851 Lynn, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage Abt. 1872 to William Augustus Reimert
Death[2] 13 Feb 1912 Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States

In 1860 census, Jane is listed with her parents. By 1870 her mother had remarried to Samuel Stump, and only has one Follweiler child with her, Mantana. In 1870 Jane appears to have been living on her own in the hotel of A. R. Good. In subsequent censuses, she is listed with her husband William Reimert. --Jrich 14:33, 12 September 2008 (EDT)

1870 US Census Millertown, Lehigh Co., PA
Good, A R, age 33, Keeper of Hotel, PA
Good, Sarah A., age 33, PA
[other names omitted]
Fullweiler, Jane, age 18, [occupation blank], PA

Obituary, from Slatington Newspaper, Friday, 16 Feb 1912. [Same obituary appeared in Allentown Morning Call]

Mrs. Wm. A. Reimert

Jane, wife of Wm. A. Reimert, the cabinetmaker and undertaker at New Tripoli, died Tuesday evening [i.e., 13 Feb 1912] at eleven o'clock in Dr. Strycker's hospital in Reading, where she had undergone an operation two weeks ago. She was 61 years of age and was a daughter of Daniel Follweiler. She was a native of Lynn township. Deceased is survived by her husband and the following children: Harvey of Palmerton; Mrs. C. D. Fetherolf, of Wanamaker; Rev. William A., a Reformed Church missionary in Yochow, Hunan, China; Mrs. George F. Snyder, of Allentown; Mrs. C. A. Schaffer of New Tripoli; Mrs. George Weider, of Lynn; Abner, Arlene and Helen at home. A brother is Anton Follweiler of Jordan and three sisters are Mrs. Charles Nuss, Mrs. Wm. Stein and Mrs. Jacob Strasser, of Allentown. A number of grandchildren also survive. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. G. M. Smith will officiate at services at the church and interment will be made in the adjoining cemetery. Rev. Smith was to have left for Jeanette, his new charge tomorrow, but he has consented to remain over and conduct the services leaving the next morning for his new field of labor.

  1. New Tripoli, in Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule: Twelfth Census of the United States, NARA Microfilm Publication T623. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration).

    Gives age as 48, birth as Nov. 1851.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Reitz, James Jefferson. Family history and record book of the descendants of Johan Friedrich Reitz: the pioneer who landed at Philadelphia, Pa. September 7, 1748. (Allentown), 288.

    Jane Amanda Follweiler, b. 6 Nov 1851, d. 13 Feb 1912.