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♔ 🍺 Black, Fredrick (c 1823-1894) Prussia, Germany, liquor store/tavern keeper, Conover corner Williams, 119 Conover and/or 23 Ferris and his wife, Anna Margarethe ____ Ropke Black (1826-1882)
South east corner of Conover at Williams
1870 liquor deals list, Black, F. Conover corner Williams
Birth of Fredrick Black: c 1823 German
Occupation: liquor dealer, tavern keeper
Marriage of Frederick Black and Anna Margaretha Ropke: Anna Margretha ____ Ropke Black. She was the widow of William Ropke. She married Frederich Black and was listed as his wife in an 1885 court document. The testimony said she was deceased by 1885. She was connected in the court document to Anna Margaretha Depperman (nee Ropke), widow of Ferdenand Depperman, (later married Edward Meyer), Lena Margretha Steneck (nee Ropke) wife of John Steneck Mena Margreta Haack, (nee Ropke) widow of Heinrich August Haack, William Ropke, deceased.
John Agust Ropke, Anna Margaretha Ropke Deppermann (later married Edward Meyer), Lena Margretha Ropke Steneck, Mena Margretha Ropke Haack and were the children by William Ropke.Children of Frederick Black and Anna Margaretha ____ Ropke:
1870 Brooklyn Eagle liquor dealer list Black, F., corner Williams CONOVER.
Not listed 1870 directory.
119 Conover on 1886 map - south east corner of Conover and Williams 1860 Census: Ward 12 District 1, Prussia, Fredrick Black 37, tavern keeper, John Seavers 21, clerk, Bremmen
1870 Census: Black, Fredrick, 47 ret liquor dealer $1,000 Prussia, Anne 44 Hanover, Wilhelmina*, 19, Anne* 17, John* 14, Lena* 11, Fredrick 5, Henrietta 3, Schwanwapel, John 23 bartender, 1870 census (*These were children from the marriage of Anna Margretha _____ Ropke Black from her marriage to William Ropke. William Ropekn died in 1863.)
1877: A "melee" in the liquor store of Fred Black No 119 Conover on July 16 resulted in the severe beating of longshoreman, Michael Ryan, by Fred Black and his bartender, Charles King. Black and King were arrested at the time but the judge ruled that Ryan, who was drunk when he entered the saloon, had provoked the attack by threatening Black with a water pitcher.
1880 Census: Conover street, Frederick Black 55, liquor dealer, Anna Black 52, Frederick Black 15, Heneritta Black 11, Aldoph Myers 20, bartender.
1882: ✟Mrs. Annie Black age 53 of No. 23 Ferris street, while insane, drowned herself in the river at the foot of William street to-day" (BE Sunday, October 22, 1882) (Black Annie M 52 y Oct 17 1882 13058 Kings)
Burial Date:Annie M Black, 19 Oct 1882 Burial Place: Kings, NY USA, Greenwood - BLACK ANNIE M. 1882-10-19 10964 51
1883: Letters of guardianship Frederick W. Black and Meta Black to Frederick Black.
1883: Probate: Without a valid will, Frederick Black husband, Anna M Black, formerly, Anna Ropek, was drowned, 17 October 1883, children: Frederick W. Black and M. Henrietta Black, Minnie Haach, wife of A. H. Haach, annie Meyers wife of Edward Meyers, John Ropke, and Lena Stenack wife of John Steneck.
Meta H. Fuchs et al against Fredrick Black in pursuance to a sale of July 1891 for sale at public auction four lots on the southwesterly corner of King and Conover.
1888, Frederick Black, 23 Ferris, liquors, 1888, 1889, Brooklyn
1892 Ward 12, Black, Fredr, Germany, Liquors, age 72, Black, Fredr., age 26 liquors
✟ Frederick Black sr. 1894 - Black Frederick 74 y Jul 17 1894 11515 Kings Black, Tuesday 17, 1894, at his residence "13 Ferris" Fredeick Black, services from German Evangelical Zion Church on Henry near clark, members of the Star of Bethlehem lodge No 322 F and A, M invited to attend.
1894: Probate, no real property, $9,550, 17 July 1894, will 11 July 1894 witnesses by William Ropke and BernardH. Seemann, children: Frederick W Black and Meta H. Fuchs 23 Ferris Street.
1900 Frederick W. Black a liquor dealer in Red Hook posted $7,550 bond for B. C. Anderson, proprietor of the Jefferson Brass Foundry who had been accused of trying to bribe officers of the Brooklyn Naval Yard.
1902 Frederick W. Black owned 100 square feet at the on the corner of Ferris and King.
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