Sabastian Emminger Family  
  
  

 

Descendants of Sebastian Emminger
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Generation No. 1

1. SEBASTIAN2 EMMINGER (ALOIS1) was born January 19, 1822 in Hausen ob Rottweil, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany, and died March 16, 1916 in Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY. He married MARGARETHAE (MARGARETE) MAURER January 06, 1850 in St. Philomena Church, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. She was born April 1831 in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany, and died 1906 in Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

Notes for SEBASTIAN EMMINGER:
Sebastian Emminger was integral in the creation of Immaculate Conception Mission (Stepstone).

From the History of the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky (1954), Page 563:

In 1858, Reverend Lawrence Spitzelberger, pastor of Four Mile, began to offer Mass once a month for the eight German Catholic families at Stepstone, in Pendleton County. Stepstone was considered as a good section for vineyards. Boats landed at the outlet of Stepstone Creek, about a mile from the settlement. In January, 1860, the Catholics of Stepstone undertook the erection of a church. The little church, twenty by fifty feet, situated on a three-acre plot of ground, was blessed by Father Spitzelberger on Sunday, October 21, 1861, under the title of the Immaculate Conception. The Immaculate Conception Mission later became attached to SS. Peter and Paul Parish, Twelve Mile.


The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, March 24, 1916 [Front Page]:

Sebastian Emminger, aged 94 years, the oldest citizen in the county, died at his home near Carntown Thursday, March 16th, after a short illness. He was a highly esteemed German-American citizen, and his death has caused genuine sorrow in that section of the county, where he was well-known. Mr. Emminger was born in Swaltzwald, Germany, Jan. 19, 1822 and had been a resident of this county since he was a young man. Interment took place in the Catholic cemetery at Carntown Monday morning.


The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, March 31, 1916:

Sebastian Emminger, Sr., one of the county's oldest residents, died very suddenly of weakness and old age. He was well and hearty up until this winter, when he became very feeble. He was born in Germany, Jan. 19, 1822, and died last Thursday night, March 16th, at 12:00 o'clock at the ripe old age of 94 years. He was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Maurer, also from Germany, and to this union were born 11 children - 6 sons and 5 daughters, of which one son and four daughters have passed away. His wife died 10 years ago at the age of 75 years. He is survived by six children - five sons and one daughter; 15 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. The funeral took place at the Immaculate Conception church, Stepstone, Ky., Monday morning, at 9:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Father Broerman, of Twelve Mile.
The pall-bearers were the five sons: Joseph, Sebastian, Edward, John and William Emminger, and Anton Faulhaber, who was his namesake.

More About SEBASTIAN EMMINGER:
Burial: March 20, 1916, Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Immigration: 1847, Arrived in United States
Occupation: Cabinetmaker & Farmer
Residence: Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY was called Aspen Grove in 1860 census

More About MARGARETHAE (MARGARETE) MAURER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Census: 1900, Had 11 children - 7 living
Immigration: 1849, Arrived in United States

Children of SEBASTIAN EMMINGER and MARGARETHAE MAURER are:
i. ALOIS (LOUIS)3 EMMINGER, b. February 12, 1851, OH; d. September 23, 1873, Pendleton County, KY.

More About ALOIS (LOUIS) EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Marital Status: Never married

ii. PHILOMINA EMMINGER, b. January 02, 1853; d. Unknown; m. JOHN HENRY VOLMER; b. Unknown, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH; d. Unknown.

More About PHILAMINE EMMINGER:
Census: Never appears on any census.


The Beautiful Philomena, daughter of Sabastian & Margarete Maurer Emminger

 


John Henry Voner, husband of the Beautiful Philomena



2. iii. JOSEPH EMMINGER, b. January 22, 1855, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. March 23, 1933, Pendleton County, KY.
iv. FRANCES EMMINGER, b. 1856, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. Bef. 1870.

More About FRANCES EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY (probably)
Census: 1860, Frances (age 3) appears only on this census.

v. JUITINA F. EMMINGER, b. July 17, 1857; d. July 26, 1890.

More About JUITINA F. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Census: 1870, Listed as Josephine

vi. ANA MARIA (MARY) EMMINGER, b. August 09, 1859, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. February 02, 1884.

More About ANA MARIA (MARY) EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Marital Status: Never Married

vii. SEBASTIAN EMMINGER, b. October 27, 1861, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. Unknown, Milan, IN; m. LULA DELONG; b. Unknown, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH; d. Unknown.

More About SEBASTIAN EMMINGER:
Census: 1910, Enumerated with Anton J. Steiner
Residence: Lived in Milan, IN

viii. THERESIA EMMINGER, b. 1864, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. February 1932, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

More About THERESIA EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY (probably)
Marital Status: Never Married

ix. ROSE ANNA EMMINGER, b. February 27, 1866, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. December 06, 1886, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

More About ROSE ANNA EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY

x. EDWARD A. EMMINGER, b. August 18, 1868, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. December 08, 1936, Pendleton County, KY; m. LUCINDA FLORENCE TURNER, November 21, 1915, Falmouth, Pendleton, KY; b. 1860, Pendleton County, KY; d. 1949, Pendleton County, KY.

Notes for EDWARD A. EMMINGER:
The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, August 30, 1935 (Page 4):

Celebrate Wedding Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Emminger of near Peach Grove celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary and his 66th birthday on Sunday, Aug. 18. A large number of relatives and friends assembled at this hopsitable home to assist in these two important events in the lives of this well-known couple. At the noon hour an elegant basket dinner was served and in the afternoon the guests had a most delightful time in renewing old acquaintanceships.
Those present were Rev. C.E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Mrs. Matilda Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Turner and daughter, Shirley Mae, Mr. and Mrs. John Emminger and son and daughter, Raymond and Rita May, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tuner and son, Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Emminger and daughters, Fern, Alma, Donna Janette and Norma, and son, A.C. Jr., Mrs. Adeline Lake and son, Herbert, George Emminger, Miss Lillie Turner, Joe Garvey, J.H. Fardo and sons, Nobel and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pangburn and daughter, Laura Jean, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Ellis, Mrs. Melcena Carnes, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Hobbs, Misses Mary Etta, Nellie and Lona Hobbs, Mrs. W.L. Curry, Miss Betty Fern Singleton, all of this county; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hutte, Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hutte, R.M. Slattery and granddaughter, Nancy Lee, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. McFeeter and daughter, Edith Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McVitie of Norwood, O.

More About EDWARD A. EMMINGER:
Burial: Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 069, Cert 34364, Deathvol 36

More About LUCINDA FLORENCE TURNER:
Burial: Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY

xi. JOHN EMMINGER, b. November 17, 1870, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. November 27, 1932, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

Notes for JOHN EMMINGER:
The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, December 2, 1932 (Page 1):

BACHELOR FARMER FATALLY STRICKEN

body of John Emminger is Found By His Brother on Barn Floor
Sunday Morning.

John Emminger, aged 59 years (sic), well-known bachelor farmer, died suddenly at his home near Carntown some time Saturday night.
His lifeless body, cold in death, was found Sunday morning by his brother, William Emminger, in the barn near his home. He had been dead several hours.
Mr. Emminger had suffered a slight stroke of paralysis several years ago and had not been feeling well lately. His brother, William, passed the home Sunday morning about 9 o'clock and found that he was not in the house. He went to the barn and found him lying on the floor. It is supposed that he went to the barn to feed his stock and was stricken with paralysis and passed away without a struggle.
Mr. Emminger was born and spent his whole life in that vicinity and was an industrious and upright citizen. He was never married and lived alone in his own home. He is survived by three brothers, William, Edward and Joseph Emminger.
The funeral was held Tuesday morning at the Carntown Catholic Church conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Father Bauer. Burial took place in the churchyard cemetary.
Coroner J.E. Taylor was notified Sunday morning and went to the Emminger farm and held an inquest. The just returned a verdict in accordance with the above facts.


The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, December 9, 1932 (Page 2):

John Emminger was born Nov. 17, 1870 and died Nov. 27, 1932, being 62 years and 10 days old. He lived alone since the death of his sister, Theresia, which occurred just nine months ago. She kept house for him since their mother died twenty-six years ago.
Saturday afternoon his brother, William, saw him as he passed with some friends. When asked how he felt, he said: "No better." Sunday morning William went again to see him, but did not find John in the house, so he went to the barn and there he lay cold in death. All that survive of a family of eleven children are Joe, Ed and William Emminger.
The funeral was held at the Stepstone Catholic Church Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. The Rev. Earl Bauer read mass and conducted the services. Again we see that nobody knows how, where, and when we can die. May his soul rest in peace.

More About JOHN EMMINGER:
Burial: November 30, 1932, Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Marital Status: Never Married

3. xii. WILLIAM (WILHELM) WENDELL EMMINGER, b. June 12, 1873, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. May 12, 1935, Kenton County, KY.
xiii. GRACIE EMMINGER, b. 1874.

Notes for GRACIE EMMINGER:
Gracie Emminger appears in the 1910 census as a daughter but this appears to be a mistake. Sebastian Emminger's obituary states that there were 11 children born into the marriage. It is unlikely that Gracie was a daughter of Sebastian and Margaret.

xiv. JOHN EMMINGER, b. 1876.

Notes for JOHN EMMINGER:
John Emminger appears in the 1910 census as a son but this appears to be a mistake. Sebastian Emminger's obituary indicates that 11 children were born into the marriage. There was already a son named John so it is unlikely that this John was a son of Sebastian and Margaret.

More About JOHN EMMINGER:
Census: 1910, Appears in this census only - question parentage


Generation No. 2

2. JOSEPH3 EMMINGER (SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born January 22, 1855 in Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY, and died March 23, 1933 in Pendleton County, KY. He married ADELINE (ADDIE) KRAUSE February 01, 1883, daughter of CHARLES KRAUSE. She was born February 25, 1866 in Pendleton County, KY, and died November 01, 1934 in Pendleton County, KY.

Notes for JOSEPH EMMINGER:
Barton Papers [Information provided by George Thomas Emminger on 6 Jul 1942]: Joseph's farm, abt 2 mi E. of Peach Grove, pur. it of Lott Hobbs?


The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, March 31, 1933 (Page 1):

Joseph Emminger, aged 78 years, one of Pendleton County's highly esteemed citizens, passed on at his home near Carntown Thursday, March 23, 1933.
Mr. Emminger was a son of the late Sebastian and Margaret Emminger and was born near Carntown, January 22, 1855. He was united in marriage to Miss Adelheid (Addie) Kraus Feb. 1, 1863 (sic). To this union ten children were born. Tom died in infancy and Mrs. Elizabeth Gwynn lost her life in an automobile accident four years ago. He is survived by his wodow, who is now ill and confined to her home, and three daughters and four sons, Mrs. Lawson Parker, Mrs. J.S. Curry, Mrs. Adeline Lake, Augustus, John, George and Theodore, twenty-eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He is also survived by two brothers.
Mr. Emminger was a successful and substantial farmer and spent his whole useful life in that section of the county where he was held in the highest esteem by neighbors and friends. He was a man of fine personal habits and very industrious. In his passing Pendleton County has lost one of its fine citizens.
Edward and William Emminger. (sic)
Mr. and Mrs. Emminger celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on February 1. Mr. Emminger was in bad health at that time. Mrs. Emminger was ill at the time of her husband's death, and short funeral services were held at the home, as she was unable to attend the funeral at the church.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Second Twelve Mile Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. R.H. Tolle, pastor of the Falmouth Baptist Church. Burial took place in the churchyard cemetery. Funeral directors Moore & Thomas were in charge of the arrangements.
Casket bearers were John Scharfenberger, Theodore Carnes, Fred Hobbs, Charles Rouse, George Brennenstuhl and J.R. Lytle.

More About JOSEPH EMMINGER:
Burial: March 26, 1933, Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 016, Cert 07811, Deathvol 33
Occupation: Farmer - 137 A.
Religion: Catholic

More About ADELINE (ADDIE) KRAUSE:
Burial: Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Religion: Lutheran

Children of JOSEPH EMMINGER and ADELINE KRAUSE are:
i. TECHLA4 EMMINGER, b. March 1887; d. Unknown; m. LAWSON PARKER; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
ii. KATHARINE (KATIE) J. EMMINGER, b. March 1889; d. Unknown; m. J. SHERMAN CURRY, September 18, 1909, Falmouth, Pendleton County, KY; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

More About KATHARINE (KATIE) J. EMMINGER:
Burial: Unknown
Number of Children (Facts: Had 7 children
Residence: Wood County, OH

More About J. SHERMAN CURRY:
Burial: Unknown

4. iii. ADELINE (ADDIE) J. EMMINGER, b. December 1890; d. Unknown.
5. iv. AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMMINGER, b. September 1893, Pendleton County, KY; d. December 05, 1979, Pendleton County, KY.
6. v. JOHN SEBASTIAN EMMINGER, b. September 20, 1895, Pendleton County, KY; d. July 14, 1955, Kenton County, KY.
7. vi. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) B. EMMINGER, b. March 1898; d. 1929.
vii. GEORGE THOMAS EMMINGER, b. January 27, 1901, Pendleton County, KY; d. April 13, 1983, Pendleton County, KY; m. FLORENCE L. WHITAKER, Aft. 1961; b. March 06, 1906, KY; d. June 10, 1996, Falmouth, Pendleton County, KY.

More About GEORGE THOMAS EMMINGER:
Burial: Flour Creek Cemetery, Butler, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 020, Cert 09679, Deathvol 83

Notes for FLORENCE L. WHITAKER:
Falmouth Outlook (no date provided):

Florence L. Emminger, age 90, of 910 Shelby Street, Falmouth passed away Monday, June 10, 1996 at her home. She was born in Kentucky on March 6, 1906 and was the daughter of the late Louis and Itene Lanham Whitaker. She was a member of the Plum Creek Christian Church, a great cook, quilter, gardener and neighbor.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles Gosney; her second husband, George Emminger; a daughter, Irene Harrison on July 25, 1981; and a son, Walter Gosney on March 22, 1991; and a grandson, Bruce Harrison on August 9, 1991.
Survivors include: a son-in-law, Ralph Harrison of Sharonville, OH; a daughter-in-law, Betty Gosney of Grants Lick; 11 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday June 12 at Peoples Funeral Home in Falmouth officiated by Carl Sears.
Musical selections were "Beyond the Sunset" and "The Lord is My Shepherd" which were provided by the funeral home.
Pallbearers were Kenneth Harrison, Gary Caldwell, Dennis Gosney, Daryll Gosney, Otto Fries and Ja [sic] Tucker.
Burial took place in the Butler Cemetery.



In Flour Creek Cemetery, there is a large headstone written as follows:

GOSNEY
EMMINGER

George T. Charles W. Florence W.
Emminger Gosney Emminger
1901-1983 1880-1961 1906-1996

More About FLORENCE L. WHITAKER:
Burial: June 12, 1996, Flour Creek Cemetery, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

8. viii. THEODORE WILLIAM EMMINGER, b. April 29, 1904, Pendleton County, KY; d. January 17, 1989, Campbell County, KY.
ix. THOMAS EMMINGER, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

3. WILLIAM (WILHELM) WENDELL3 EMMINGER (SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born June 12, 1873 in Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY, and died May 12, 1935 in Kenton County, KY. He married MARY (MARIA) THERESA STOLL June 04, 1901, daughter of ANDREW STOLL and ELIZABETH BORSTLER. She was born October 10, 1874 in St. Peters, Franklin County, IN, and died February 06, 1953 in Lexington, Fayette County, KY.

Notes for WILLIAM (WILHELM) WENDELL EMMINGER:
The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, May 17, 1935, Page 4:

William W. Emminger, one of Pendleton county's best known and substantial citizens, passed on at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington Sunday morning, May 12, 1935 at 4:45.
Mr. Emminger and two sons were building a stable Wednesday and when the building was almost completed he started to descend a ladder. In some manner the ladder slipped and he fell to the ground. He was removed to St. Elizabeth Hospital where an X-ray showed that his back was broken.
Mr. Emminger was the youngest son of the late Sebastian and Margaret Emminger. He spent his long, useful life near Peach Grove and was an industrious farmer. He was a lifelong member of Sts. Peter and Paul Church at Stepstone. Mr. Emminger was united in marriage to Miss Mary T. Stoll of St. Peters, Ind., June 4, 1901. To this union eight children were born. He is survived by his widow and four children, Miss Hilda Emminger, Mrs. Anna Dougherty and Albert and Leo Emminger; one brother, Edward Emminger, and two grandchildren.
The many friends of Mr. Emminger in the northern end of the county deplore this sad accident and offer heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 15, at the Stepstone Catholic Church, conducted by Rev. Louis De Jaco, pastor of the Twelve Mile Church. Burial took place in Sts. Peter and Paul cemetery.
{Compiler's Note: William Emminger is buried at Immaculate Conception (Stepstone] Cemetery.}

More About WILLIAM (WILHELM) WENDELL EMMINGER:
Burial: May 15, 1935, Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 026, Cert 12758, Deathvol 35
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Catholic
Residence: Death Index lists residence as Campbell County, KY

Notes for MARY (MARIA) THERESA STOLL:
Barton Papers [Information from Mrs Mary Emminger on 1 May 1941]: Mrs. Wm Emminger lives on old Mains place - Joe Mains. A log house. Wm Emminger pur. of Albert McClanahan, about 1918.


The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, February 13, 1953, Page 3:

Mrs. Mary T. Emminger (nee Stall){sic}, aged 78 years, died at Lexington Friday, February 6, 1953, after a long illness.
She was born in St. Peters, Ind., October 10, 1874 and was united in marriage to the late William Wendell Emminger June 4, 1901. Eight children were born to this union, four of whom survive, Albert and Lee [sic] Emminger and Mrs. Anna Daugherty, at home, and Miss Hilda M. Emminger of Cincinnati.
Besides her children, she also leaves two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Lizzie Rosseldt of Cincinnati, Frank Stoll of St. Peters, Ind., Mrs. Catherine Regnier of Deerfield Mich., and John Stoll of Francisville, Ind.
Services were held at St. Peter and Paul Church at Twelve-Mile on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Burial took place in Stepstone Cemetery. C.B. Peoples & Son, Butler, were in charge of the funeral arrangements.
Casket bearers were Mike Faulhaber, Joe Faulhaber, Frank Faulhaber, William Rust, Edward Rooney, and Ben Borgerding.

More About MARY (MARIA) THERESA STOLL:
Burial: February 10, 1953, Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 005, Cert 02352, Dathvol 53
Religion: Catholic

Children of WILLIAM EMMINGER and MARY STOLL are:
i. MARGARET M.4 EMMINGER, b. March 11, 1902; d. August 03, 1902.

More About MARGARET M. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY

ii. ALOYS W. EMMINGER, b. July 27, 1903; d. March 27, 1904.

Notes for ALOYS W. EMMINGER:
According to family story: William and Mary took Aloys on a car trip against the advice of the older Emmingers. When Aloys died at such a young age, the older Emmingers blamed his death on the ill-advised trip. It caused a major "stir" in the family.

More About ALOYS W. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY

iii. HILDEGARD (HILDA) MARIE EMMINGER, b. December 18, 1905, OH; d. June 1987, Covington, Kenton County, KY.

More About HILDEGARD (HILDA) MARIE EMMINGER:
Occupation: Worked at Western Southern Life Insurance Co. in Cincinnati
Social Security Number: 269-10-6202 Issued in OH

9. iv. ANNA T. EMMINGER, b. January 20, 1908, Pendleton County, KY; d. June 13, 1985, Campbell County, KY.
v. ALBERT W. EMMINGER, b. August 31, 1909, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

More About ALBERT W. EMMINGER:
Residence: Lived on the homestead owned by William & Mary

vi. WILLIAM 1 EMMINGER, b. November 09, 1912, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. November 09, 1912, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY.

More About WILLIAM 1 EMMINGER:
Death Certificate: Volume 073, Cert 28866, Deathvol 12

vii. LEO A. EMMINGER, b. January 09, 1917, Sand Suck, Pendleton County, KY; d. May 31, 1992, Kenton County, KY.

More About LEO A. EMMINGER:
Death Certificate: Volume 037, Cert 18367, Deathvol 92

viii. IRENE EMMINGER, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.


Generation No. 3

4. ADELINE (ADDIE) J.4 EMMINGER (JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born December 1890, and died Unknown. She married JOSEPH LAKE September 22, 1914 in Falmouth, Pendleton County, KY. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About JOSEPH LAKE:
Residence: Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Children of ADELINE EMMINGER and JOSEPH LAKE are:
i. MELVIN WILLIAM5 LAKE, b. 1914.
ii. HERBERT EARL LAKE, b. 1916.

More About HERBERT EARL LAKE:
Residence: Moved to New York City (Barton Papers)

iii. UNKNOWN LAKE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

5. AUGUSTUS CHARLES4 EMMINGER (JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born September 1893 in Pendleton County, KY, and died December 05, 1979 in Pendleton County, KY. He married MARGARET (MARIE) HEISEL. She was born October 01, 1901, and died March 26, 1984 in Campbell County, KY.

More About AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMMINGER:
Burial: Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 61, Cert 30284, Deathvol 79
Military service: Served in WWI

More About MARGARET (MARIE) HEISEL:
Burial: Peach Grove Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 015, Cert 07497, Deathvol 84

Children of AUGUSTUS EMMINGER and MARGARET HEISEL are:
(There were five children born in the 1930's: 1 son and 4 daughters)

6. JOHN SEBASTIAN4 EMMINGER (JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born September 20, 1895 in Pendleton County, KY, and died July 14, 1955 in Kenton County, KY. He married CATHERINE DOROTHY DITTELBERGER April 08, 1920 in Falmouth, Pendleton County, KY, daughter of MICHAEL DITTELBERGER and ROSE OTT. She was born June 28, 1899 in Pendleton County, KY, and died June 15, 1973 in Campbell County, KY.

More About JOHN SEBASTIAN EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 029, Cert 14337, Deathvol 55

More About CATHERINE DOROTHY DITTELBERGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 034, Cert 16520, Deathvol 73
Residence: Living in Campbell County at time of death

Children of JOHN EMMINGER and CATHERINE DITTELBERGER are:
i. ROSE A.5 EMMINGER, b. January 02, 1921, Pendleton County, KY; d. July 27, 1935, Kenton County, KY.

Notes for ROSE A. EMMINGER:
The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, August 9, 1935 (Page 5):

Miss Rose Emminger, age 15 years, eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. John Emminger of near Peach Grove, passed on Sunday, July 28, 1935, after an illness caused by a splinter she ran in her foot about two weeks before. It became infected and it was necessary to remove her to the hospital, where she passed away after much suffering.
She is survived by her parents, four sisters, four brothers, her grandmother, Mrs. Rose Dittelberger, and a host of other relatives.
The funeral was held Tuesday at the Stepstone Church, conducted by her pastor, Rev. De Jaco of Twelve Mile. Burial took place in the Catholic cemetery near the church. Moore, Fox & Parker, funeral directors of Brooksville, had charge of the funeral.

More About ROSE A. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 036, Cert 17575, Deathvol 35

ii. Son (who may still be living)

10. iii. GEORGE FRANCIS EMMINGER, b. October 20, 1923, Pendleton County, KY; d. October 24, 1998, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, GA.

iv. DAUGHTER EMMINGER (who may still be living)

v. DAUGHTER EMMINGER (who may still be living)

vi. DAUGHTER EMMINGER (who may still be living)

vii. DAUGHTER EMMINGER (who may still be living)

viii. SON EMMINGER (who may still be living)

11. ix. SON EMMINGER (still living)

x. HERMAN B. EMMINGER, b. July 20, 1937, Pendleton County, KY; d. March 28, 1938, Pendleton County, KY.

More About HERMAN B. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 016, Cert 07716, Deathvol 38

xi. IRVIN A. EMMINGER, b. July 20, 1937, Pendleton County, KY; d. March 28, 1938, Pendleton County, KY.

More About IRVIN A. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 016, Cert 07717, Deathvol 38

xii. JOSEPH L. EMMINGER, b. Abt. 1936, Pendleton County, KY; d. June 07, 1936, Pendleton County, KY.

More About JOSEPH L. EMMINGER:
Burial: Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Death Certificate: Volume 063, Cert 31098, Deathvol 36

7. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) B.4 EMMINGER (JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born March 1898, and died 1929. She married RAYMOND GWYNN. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) B. EMMINGER:
Residence: Lived in Cincinnati, OH

Child of ELIZABETH EMMINGER and RAYMOND GWYNN is:
i. GERALDINE5 GWYNN, b. Unknown.

8. THEODORE WILLIAM4 EMMINGER (JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born April 29, 1904 in Pendleton County, KY, and died January 17, 1989 in Campbell County, KY. He married SARAH GERTRUDE BONAR April 19, 1924 in Newport, Campbell County, KY by Justice of the Peace Theodore William Burleson, daughter of PRINCE BONAR and UNKNOWN HART. She was born 1905, and died 1996.

More About THEODORE WILLIAM EMMINGER:
Death Certificate: Volume 066, Cert 02719, Deathvol 89

Children of THEODORE EMMINGER and SARAH BONAR are:
i. DAUGHTER EMMINGER (who may still be living)

ii. WAYNE A. EMMINGER, b. May 28, 1937, Pendleton County, KY; d. June 20, 1941, Pendleton County, KY.

More About WAYNE A. EMMINGER:
Death Certificate: Volume 032, Cert 15940, Deathvol 41

iii. SON EMMINGER (still living)

9. ANNA T.4 EMMINGER (WILLIAM (WILHELM) WENDELL3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born January 20, 1908 in Pendleton County, KY, and died June 13, 1985 in Campbell County, KY. She married CLAY FRANKLIN DAUGHERTY January 24, 1929 in Pendleton County Courthouse, Falmouth, KY1, son of ENOCH DAUGHERTY and NANNIE SMITH. He was born December 09, 1901 in Pendleton County, KY2, and died Unknown.


Anna Emminger Dougherty's Confirmation Picture



Notes for ANNA T. EMMINGER:
The Falmouth Outlook, Friday, June 21, 1985, Page 11:

Mrs. Anna Emminger Dougherty, 77, Butler, Dies June 13th

Anna Emminger Dougherty, 77, of Butler, died at 12:40 a.m. Thursday, June 13, 1985 at St. Luke Hospital. She was a homemaker and member of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Campbell County.
Survivors include sons Leroy "Pete" Dougherty of California, Ky., and Ernest Dougherty of Butler; brothers Leo Emminger of Covington and Albert Emminger of Butler, a sister, Hilda Emminger of Cincinnati, 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Mass of Christian burial was at 3 p.m. Saturday at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Campbell County.
Cooper Funeral Home, Grant's Lick was in charge.
Burial was in Stepstone Cemetery, Pendleton County.
Memorials are suggested to the Butler Rest Home.

More About ANNA T. EMMINGER:
Burial: June 15, 1985, Immaculate Conception (Stepstone) Cemetery, Pendleton County, KY
Religion: Catholic
Residence: Lived on the homestead owned by William & Mary with Albert (brother)

More About CLAY FRANKLIN DAUGHERTY:
Military service: Bet. 1941 - 1942, Stationed in California & Arkansas; Discharged from US Army on April 2, 1943
Namesake: Henry Clay - Enoch notes on Barton Papers
Occupation: Farmer (Cropped land owned by Charles Rouse)
Religion: Family was Baptist
Residence: Lived on Butler 1 (Peach Grove)

Marriage Notes for ANNA EMMINGER and CLAY DAUGHERTY:
Falmouth Outlook, Friday, February 1, 1929, Page 1 (Marriages):

Dougherty--Emminger: Clay Dougherty, son of E. Dougherty and Miss Anna E. Emminger, daughter of William Emminger of near Butler, were married by County Judge Early Cummins at his office in the court house on Jan. 24, 1929.

Children of ANNA EMMINGER and CLAY DAUGHERTY are:

12. i. SON DOUGHERTY (still living)
13. ii. SON DOUGHERTY (still living)


Generation No. 4

10. GEORGE FRANCIS5 EMMINGER (JOHN SEBASTIAN4, JOSEPH3, SEBASTIAN2, ALOIS1) was born October 20, 1923 in Pendleton County, KY, and died October 24, 1998 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, GA. He married DOROTHY ___.

Notes for GEORGE FRANCIS EMMINGER:
(Obituary found in card file at Pendleton County Library):

George F. Emminger, 75, who was born and raised in Pendleton County in the Carntown area, passed away Saturday, Oct. 24, 1998 in a Milledgeville Hospital.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II, a retired salesman and member of Ivey Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Emminger; children, Peggy Avery of Oglethorpe, Carol McCullough, Frank Emminger and Sandi DeCastor, all of Beaufort, SC, Ronald Emminger of Thomasville, Brenda Faraci of Wytheville, VA, Rose Jenkins and Nicole Wiley , both of Savannah and Neal Emminger of Lilburn; stepchildren, Kathi Rozier and Deborah Majors of Smyrna, TN, Susan Dunlavey, and Jospeh Myrick of Honesboro; brothers and sisters, Joe Emminger of Bellevue, Ray Emminger of Alexandria, Louise Kremer of Cincinnati, Bertha Fries of California, Rita Prim of Ohio and Mary Sullivan of Perry; 40 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.
Services for George were held Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1998 in Glen Haven Memorail Gardens.
The family may be cntacted at 2008 Kennington Road, Gordon, GA 31031.
Crest Lawn Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

More About GEORGE FRANCIS EMMINGER:
Burial: October 27, 1998, Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, Baldwin County, GA
Occupation: RR Section Hand in Lowell, OH





Endnotes

1. Marriage Bond/License/Index; Pendleton County Courthouse.
2. Pendleton County Census Report of School Children (1909-1910), District 45; Page 114.
3. The Barton Papers, (Microfilm), Pendleton County Library, Falmouth, Ke

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