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Peter and Maria Helena, the son and daughter of Peter Goehle and Catherine Christ were born on June 18, 1885 at 63 Columbia Street. See Peter Goehle, Senior
Peter Goehle of 642 Columbus, NYC, age 23, single, pipe work, born in NYC, father, Peter Goehle, mother, Catherine Christ, married May Beckley, 224 Avenue A, NYC, age 22, single, born in NYC, father, George Beckley, mother, Pauline Bauer (?), at Emmanuel Chapel in Manhattan, on November 25, 1908, Witnesses, Charles A Kirkeby and Christine Raeihler (?). Clergyman's address, 739, East 6th Street. Manhattan marriage certificate #22459, 1908
Notes: Peter's sister, Catherine, married Emil Kirkeby in 1901.
More on May Beckley
1900 Census: Park Ave. Brooklyn, George Beckly 41, painter, Pauline Beckly 37, May Beckly 13, Pauline Beckly 12, John Beckly 4, Frank Beckly, 1/12 Jacob Bauer 71, father-in-law
Peter and May's children were born too late for me to access the records through the New York City Archives. However, their names and approximate dates of birth were derived from the censuses and their dates of birth and death were derived from the Social Security Death Index. This was possible, in part, because the name Goehle is relatively uncommon.
Peter and May Goehle had:
Draft Registration for World War I in 1917
Peter Goehle, age 33, born June 18, 1885, address, 429 East 83rd Street, occupation, smoking pipe maker at L and H Stern Inc. 423 East 10th Street, wife, May Goehle, physical description, medium height, slender build, dark brown eyes, and dark brown hair.
Draft Registration for World War II in 1942
On April 26, 1942 Peter Goehle filled out a draft registration card that contained the following information:
Peter Goehle, age 56, Born June 18, 1885, New York City, Address, 511 East 88 Street, New York, New York, Telephone, none, Employer's name and address, Typographic Service, 305 East 45th Street, Wife, Mrs. May Goehle, same address, Physical description, 5 ft 10 inches, Weight, 145 pounds, Eyes, brown, Hair, gray, Complexion, light, Other, glasses, partly bald.
Peter Goehle, Jr in the 1910 Federal Census in New York City
Peter Goehle and his wife, May, were listed at 432 E 76th Street as follows:
Peter's father, Peter was at 422 E75th Street.
There were 13 listings at 432 E 76th in the 1910 census.
Peter Goehle, Jr in the 1915 New York State Census
Peter Goehle and his family were listed in the 1915 New York State Census at 1608 First Avenus (AD 22, ED 6, page 30) as follows:
There were 9 families in the building. Other occupations of the heads of households were: painter, clerk office, janitor, dressmaker, florist, and grocery store.
Peter Goehle, Jr in the 1920 Federal Census
Peter Goehle and his family were listed at 429 E 83rd Street in the 1920 Federal census as follows:
429 East 83rd Street, Peter Goehle 44, laborer printing house, May Goehle 43, George Goehle 18, electrician Railio?? Corp, Walter Goehle 13, none
511, East 88 Street, Peter Goehle 54, porter printing house income 1,475, 40 hours a week, May Goehle 53, Walter Goehle 23, copy holder, printing house, income 640, Pauline Beckley 77, mother in law
Death of Peter Goehle, Jr.
Peter Goehle, born June 18, 1885, died April 1967 in the Bronx, 10463, SS#057-10-0861 (DDDI).
He was 82 years old.
New York Time Death Notices: Goehle, Peter April 29 service residence 3260 Henry Hudson Park on May 3rd at 10 A.M.
New York Times May 1 1967
Death of May Goehle
May Goehle, born June 21, 1886 died February 1970 in the Bronx, 10463 SS#127-14-8089 (SSDI)
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