1866 Theodore Munsinger, Liquor, Van Brunt near Van Dyke
Theobold Munsinger (1826-1866) married Philipina born Bavaria circa 1824.
Theobald rean a liguor store on VanDyke street.
Theobald died in 1866 leaving Philippina
with two small children, ages 5 years and one month.
Birth: Circa 1826 Germany
Philipina born circa Bavaria 1824.
1860 Ward 12: "David" Munsinger, age 35, lager beer, $2,000 born Bavaria
Philipena age 35, born Bavaria.
Theobold (David) circa 1861
In Red Hook in 1900 census, single, laborer. In Red Hook in 1905 census single, laborer.
Death: 1906 Theobald Munzinger
23 Mar 1906
Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Marital Status Single
Birth Year (Estimated) 1862
Birthplace U. S.
Burial Date 25 Mar 1906
Father's Name Theobald Munzinger
Father's Birthplace Germany
Mother's Name Philomena
Mother's Birthplace Germany
- Louis (Ludwig) called Lulu, circa 1864
1900 census: 397 Van Brunt,
Munzinger, David age 39 boarder, laborer, with the Rauth family,
Munzinger, Louis, same building, head, age 32, painter, Isabel, wife age 21, born Massachusetts, two children, none living.
1905: Louis Munzinger age 39, laborer. Same boarding house as David - on Summit street.
1862 - New York US IRS Tax Assessment, Theobold Munzinger, Van Dyke and Van brunt, retail dealer in liquor
1864 - New York US IRS Tax Assessment, Theobold Munzinger, Van Dyke and Van brunt, retail dealer in liquor
1866 - New York US IRS Tax Assessment, Theobold Munzinger, Van Dyke and Van brunt, retail dealer in liquor
No Date: Naturalization of Theobold Munzinger, king of Bavaria, Kings county
✟Death: Munsinger, Diebold 40 y Aug 26 1866 5777 Kings
Probate: Phillipina Munzinger petitioner, Theobald Munzinger died 26 Aug 1866 -
widow and two children: Theobald age five years and Ludwig age one month.
1870: Brooklyn Ward 12, Kings, New York
Philipina Munsinger 46, keeping house, $3,000 Bayrne,
Theobald Munsinger 9,
Louis Munsinger 4. Same building as Kemmler, John, retail beer dealer, etc.
Four families in building. How was Phillipina Munsinger supporting
herself and her two children? Did she own the building?
1875: Same building as John G Kemmler, Munzinger, Philapina, age 50 ,
Theobold, son, 14, Lulu son 10, she owns the building four families,
brick value $3,500
1876 Munsinger, "Philip" lab. h 399 Van Brunt
1880 census: 399 Van Brunt Street, Philipea Munsinger 55, keeping house,
Theobold Munsinger 19, laborer, common,
Louis Munsinger 13 at school
1882: Munzinger, Philipena, wid "Jacob" h[ome] 399 Van brunt
home, 399 Van Brunt
Brooklyn, New York, City Directory, 1886
1888 Munsenger, David, Stevedore h 399 Van Brunt,
399 Van Brunt
Brooklyn, New York
and Munsenger, Mary, wid, Davis, h 399 Van Brunt
Brooklyn, New York, City Directory, 1888
1892: Ward 12, near Coffey street, Munzinger, Philomina age 67 Germany, housewife,
David Munzinger age 31 born US laborer Louis Munzinger age 26 US laborer
MUNZINGER THEOBALD 1906-03-25 11005 B
MUNZINGER LOUIS 1913-07-21 11005 B
MUNZINGER ANNA 1946-04-22 17245 17
MUNZINGER ANNIE L. 1892-12-29 17245 17
MUNZINGER DANIEL 1893-05-27 17245 17
MUNZINGER ROSINA 1882-03-17 17263 15
Note: Nothing under "Munsinger"
NEW YORK DEATH INDEX:
✟Death: Munzinger Philipena 71 y Mar 1 1895 3941 Kings
✟Death: Munzinger Theobald 44 y Mar 23 1906 6106 Kings
John G. Kemmler
Children: John circa 1870
1870: Kemmler, John age 41, Ret- beer dealer, $150, Wittenberg, Mary age 36, Wittenberg,
John 11 months, same building as Philipina "Munsinger"
1872: Political meeting of the Germans of the 12th ward at the rooms of Mr. J. G. Kemmler in Van Brunt street.
1871, 1873, 1874, 1876, 1878: John Kemmler liquors, 399 Van Brunt.
1875: Ward 12 ED1, John G Kemmler 46, Germany, tavern,
wife Anna M Kemmler 40, Germany,
son John G Kemmler 6, Kings Co.
Frederick Uhlman 19, Germany, bartender, same building
with Phillippina Munzinger and two other families, building owned by Phillippina
Munzinger, brick value $3,500.
New York City Death index: Kemmler/Kemler, no appropriate deaths.
Thomas McNulty was arrested last night, charged with having entered
John G. Kembler's saloon. No. 399 Van Brunt street, on the night of the
15th instant, turned down the gas, amnd stole the money drawer containing $5. •—