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Peter Goehle, born in 1852 in Hernsheim, Duchy of Hessen-Darmstadt, butcher, immigrated to New York City in 1873. In 1875 he married Catherine Christ. After Catherine's death in 1888, Peter married Minnie Lindemann in 1889. For more information on Peter Goehle click on the pictures of the butchers.
Frank, the son of Peter Goehle and Minnie "Lindemann", was born on March 6, 1894 at 88 Sheriff St., New York City. For more information on Frank Goehle click on his picture .
Minnie "Lindermann", the mother of Frank Goehle
Minnie Lindemann, born between 1860 and 1864, was listed on most of the records connected with her as the daughter of Catherine Furst and Julius Lindemann. I have not found a birth record for Minnie. However, I have reason to beleive that she was the daughter of Catherine Furst and her first husband, ______ Schwarzmeier. For more information on Minnie, click on the woman with the basket.
|Catherine Furst, the mother of Minnie Lindemann|
Catherine Furst was born in Bavaria. She married ___ Schwarzmeier, date unknown. After his death (date uncertain), she married Julius Lindermann in 1863. After Julius' death in 1867, she supported herself and her two daughters, Minnie and Kate, as a seamstress. Click on the seamstress for more information on Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann.
|_____ Schwarzmeier, the first husband of Catherine Furst|
_____ Schwarzmeier was the first husband of Catherine Furst. I beleive he was also the father of Minnie "Lindemann". For more information on the Schwarzmeiers click on the image of the man with his back turned.
|Julius Lindemann, the second husband of
Julius Lindemann, born in Bettmar, Duchy of Brunswick, Germany in 1820 was a tailor. He immigrated to the United States circa 1847. After the death of his first wife, he married Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier in 1863. For more information on Julius click on the tailor.
|Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo|
Catherine Lindemann Beyerkohler Van Loo, the daughter of Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann and Julius Lindemann was born in New York City in 1866. For more information on Catherine, click on the image of the woman from an 1895 The Ladies World.
|Photos of Frank Goehle and his family
To see photos of Peter and Minnie Goehle's son, Frank, his wife, Isabelle, their children and grandchildren, click on the photo of Frank Goehle.
| Peggie Geohle Edgar's wedding dress
To read the article about the wedding dress Frank Goehle made for his daughter, Peggie, click on the photo of Peggie and Charlie.
|Copies of Original Documents|
For copies of some of the original documents, click on Peter Goehle's naturalization papers.
The German Community in the New York area|
For information on German immigration to America and the communities they establised, click on the ship.
For information on the sources used to research the Goehle, Furst, Schwarzmeier and Lindemann families, click on the picture of the German Evangelical Church
| Buildings Where the Goehles and
To view photos of the buildings were the Goehles and Lindemanns lived, click on the photo of 236 E 14th where the Goehles lived in 1900.
For maps of Germany and New York City click on the view of the Lower East Side circa 1852.
| Lower Manhattan
Catherine Furst Schwarzmieir Lindemann, her daughters, Minnie and Katherine, and Peter Goehle lived in the Lower East Side. To see views of Manhattan below 34th Street click on the picture of Battery Park.
|To view photos, postcards and pictures relating to immigration into the United States, click on the post card of Ellis Island.|
|To see pictures of the ships on which the Goehle family immigrated, click on the photo of the Batavia.|
|Peter Goehle was born in Hernsheim, Germany across the Rhine from the City of Worms. To see pictures of Worms, Germany, click on the photo of the cathedral.|
|To see pictures Aschaffenburg, Germany, the birthplace of Catherine Furst Schwarzmeier Lindemann, click on the photo of the cathedral.|
|To see pictures Braunschweig, the birthplace of Julius Lindemann, click on the photo of the Flohwinkel|
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