Person:Nicolaus Farnlacher (2)

Nicolaus Farnlacher
b.08 SEP 1871
d.02 APR 1963
m. 24 AUG 1847
  1. Agatha Farnlacher1851 - 1889
  2. Martin Farnlacher1853 - 1943
  3. Margaretha Barbara Farnlacher1856 - 1940
  4. Elisabetha Farnlacher1858 - 1936
  5. Konrad Farnlacher1861 - 1897
  6. Johann Farnlacher1863 - 1940
  7. Maria Elisabetha Farnlacher1866 - 1967
  8. Magdalena Farnlacher1868 - 1960
  9. Nicolaus Farnlacher1871 - 1963
  10. Andreas Farnlacher1874 - 1956
Facts and Events
Name[1] Nicolaus Farnlacher
Gender Male
Birth[1] 08 SEP 1871
Other[2] 01 OCT 1871 Christened at St. Paul Lutheran in Westerville, OH Fact 4
Other[3] 25 SEP 1887 Confirmation -- SP Fact 5
Death? 02 APR 1963
Burial? St. Pauls Cemetery, Westerville, OH, USA
Other[4] 1963 tombstone: "1871-1963" Fact 6
Other[4] AFT 02 APR 1963 Burial in SPC Fact 1
Other? Lutheran Fact 2
Other? known as "Nick" Fact 3

April 23, 1905 to April 18, 1907 -- SP church deacon

1880 census, Blendon Twp, Franklin County, entry #3841 -- "Nicholas",8,"son"; see Nikolaus Farnlacher's notes -- FWL,J&KF,5-26-1983

Obituary notice: "Age 91, 2810 Minerva Ave., survived by several nieces and nephews" Moreland Funeral Home; service on "Friday, 2 P.M.; Rev. Hermann J. Kuhlmann officiating; interment, St. Paul Lutheran Cemetary" -- c. April 3, 1963; Westerville paper?

SuAnn Farnlacher spoke with Amy Souder, May 28, 1999... Ruth Wolfe is Amy's niece. Martin's house was on Walnut Street, east of Westerville. It was the first house east of the stream on Lee Road. The original house has been remodeled; now it's brown. English's house... two houses west, where the sign "Carl Souder -- straw" was. That was Amy's brother. Next to Carl Souder, "Nick's house, further west... three houses in a row", sold it to Souders and moved to a house closer to dam. Nick (Farnlacher) burned off some land, got caught in the fire. He got gangrene, subsequently killed himself with a gun... at about age 93 years. Amy's parents, Ralph Souder and Mary Schmidt lived on 350 acres at 605 and Central College Road. They were quite well-off. The present farm has several barns. The house was built in 1809 and is of brick construction. There was a wisteria (sp?) trellace to the front door. The farm was sold to Wexner's organization which had first option to buy. Amy's two brothers, Clark and Elmer, never married. Their home was "probably a pig stye". Elmer became sick and died in 1998; Clark is now in a nursing home.

  1. 1.0 1.1 American Bible Society / Jack Farnlacher. 1852 Bible, Farnlacher Family, New Testament in German and English. (Name: Name: Name: New York, NY; 1852; Location: Ann H Farnlacher -- at home;;;).
  2. Jack Farnlacher. SP--St Paul's Ev Lutheran Church, Westerville, OH. (Name: Name: Name: researched information; Location: Walnut St, Westerville; 1 to 2 miles east of Hoover Reservoir;;;).
  3. Confirmation record

    "16 Jahre", Pastor Paul F Hein

  4. 4.0 4.1 Jack Farnlacher. SPC--St Paul's Ev Luth Ch Cemetary, Westerville, OH. (Name: Name: Name: n.a.; Location: Cemetary on Walnut Street, Westerville, OH, just east of Hoover Reservoir;;;).