IMHOFF,  Casparus

IMHOFF, Casparus

Male 1793 - 1864  (71 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  IMHOFF,  CasparusIMHOFF, Casparus was born 30 Jan 1793, Herbertshein, Bavaria, Germany; died 26 Sep 1864, Utica, New York; was buried 28 Sep 1864, Saint Joseph's Cemetery Section D.

    Other Events:

    • Departure: 1840
    • Arrival: 03 Jun 1840, New York, New York, USA
    • Occupation: 03 Jun 1840, Upon Arrival In New York; Farmer
    • Resided: 1858, 61 Erie Street

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Godparent: Caspar Herr and Johann H(?) . Ferrarius (Blacksmith) from Herbertshain

    Departure:
    Caspar appears to have departed Germany from Bremen. The ship whose manifest he appears is the "Barque Republik". It arrived in New York on Wednesday,June 3rd 1840. I found records that this same ship, with a different master (S. Steeken) sailed from Bremen Germany to the Port of New Orleans January 14, 1839. The term Barque is defined as: any vessel with a particular type of rig. This comprises three (or more) masts, fore-and-aft sails on the aftermost mast and square sails on all other masts." The Master of the ship on June 3rd 1840 was D. Fegeler. The ship displaced 280 tons. All Departure records for Bremen prior to 1920 were destroyed during WWII.

    Casparus — LANGGARTNER, Walburga. Walburga was born 1814, Bavaria (Bayern), Germany; died 1883, Utica, Oneida County, New York; was buried 1883, St. Joseph's Cemetery, Champlin Ave., Town Of Whitestown (Sec C). [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 2. IMHOFF, William  Descendancy chart to this point was born 10 Aug 1852; died 12 Sep 1907, Oneida, New York, USA.
    2. 3. IMHOFF, Joseph  Descendancy chart to this point was born 26 Sep 1849, Oneida, New York, USA; died 18 Feb 1937, Utica NY (St. Elizabeth's Hospital); was buried 1937, Saint Joseph Cemetery (Sec C); Oneida County, New York.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  IMHOFF,  WilliamIMHOFF, William Descendancy chart to this point (1.Casparus1) was born 10 Aug 1852; died 12 Sep 1907, Oneida, New York, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Fact 1:
    • Baptism: 15 Aug 1852, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York
    • Census: 1860
    • Cause of Death: 12 Sep 1907, Oneida, New York, USA; Hemorrhage of stomach
    • Burial: 15 Sep 1909, Greenwood Cemetery Oneida NY

    Notes:

    Fact 1:
    Was convicted of robbery in 1899. Stole $7 worth of fish and was sentenced to 6 months. Newspaper account indicated that he was a cigar maker by trade and had been drinking heavily.

    Census:
    Listed as son of Caspar - Age 8

    Burial:
    Service conducted by Rev. F.S. Latham from Canyell Undertaking rooms, Ondeida NY.

    William married DERSEY, Theresia 24 Nov 1872. (daughter of DERSEY, Joseph and ELSAFS, Johanna) [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 4. IMHOFF, Maria Johana  Descendancy chart to this point was born 10 Dec 1874, Utica City, Oneida, New York.

  2. 3.  IMHOFF,  JosephIMHOFF, Joseph Descendancy chart to this point (1.Casparus1) was born 26 Sep 1849, Oneida, New York, USA; died 18 Feb 1937, Utica NY (St. Elizabeth's Hospital); was buried 1937, Saint Joseph Cemetery (Sec C); Oneida County, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Name: //
    • Baptism: 28 Sep 1849, Utica NY at Saint Joseph's church
    • Resided: 1874, 85 Erie St, Utica New York
    • Occupation: 1874, Tobacconist
    • Residence: 1880, Utica, Oneida, New York, United States
    • Residence: 1880, Utica, Oneida, New York, United States
    • Elected: 17 Aug 1896, Utica NY; as Alderman Utica NY 6th Ward
    • Residence: 1900, Utica City, Oneida, New York
    • Residence: 24 Apr 1907, 85 Erie St. Utica New York
    • Residence: 1910, Utica Ward 6, Oneida, New York

    Notes:

    Joseph and Louisa hosted a Wedding breakfast for their daughter Louisa Anna and her groom, Walter Kaley.

    Baptism:
    Joseph's Godparents were Joseph Miller and Magdalena Brumer

    Joseph married GENTZ, Louisa 12 Jan 1875, Saint Joseph Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York. Louisa (daughter of GENTZ, John and FRANK, Anna Mary) was born 21 Feb 1852, Saxony, Germany; died 18 Dec 1929, Utica, New York; was buried 1929, Saint Joseph Cemetery (Sec C); Oneida County, New York. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 5. IMHOFF, Mary  Descendancy chart to this point was born 04 Mar 1876, Utica, New York; died 1956, Utica, New York.
    2. 6. IMHOFF, Henry Caspar  Descendancy chart to this point was born 27 Jul 1891, Utica, New York; died 25 Mar 1892, Utica, New York; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery (Sec C); Oneida County, New York.
    3. 7. IMHOFF, Caroline  Descendancy chart to this point was born 05 Jun 1884, Utica, New York; died 30 Oct 1972, Utica NY (St. Luke's Hospital).
    4. 8. IMHOFF, Anna Mary  Descendancy chart to this point was born 27 Sep 1877, Utica, New York; died 13 Jun 1899, Utica, New York; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery; Oneida County, New York.
    5. 9. IMHOFF, Ferdinand Frederick  Descendancy chart to this point was born 17 Jan 1897, Utica, New York; died 04 Nov 1981, Veteran's Administration Hospital Albany New York; was buried 09 Nov 1981, Saint Joseph Cemetery (Friars Plot); Oneida County, New York.
    6. 10. IMHOFF, Louisa Anna  Descendancy chart to this point was born 03 May 1886, Utica, New York; died 28 May 1952, St. Luke's Hospital Utica New York.
    7. 11. IMHOFF, Joseph John  Descendancy chart to this point was born 04 Jun 1879, Utica, New York; died 29 Oct 1911, Utica NY; was buried 31 Oct 1911, St. Mary's Cemetery; Utica New York.
    8. 12. IMHOFF, Peter William  Descendancy chart to this point was born Mar 27 1889, Utica, New York; died Sep 25 1983, Wayne, MI.
    9. 13. IMHOFF, John Frederick  Descendancy chart to this point was born 05 Dec 1881, Utica, New York; died 29 Jul 1962, Whitesboro, Oneida, New York.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  IMHOFF,  Maria JohanaIMHOFF, Maria Johana Descendancy chart to this point (2.William2, 1.Casparus1) was born 10 Dec 1874, Utica City, Oneida, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 20 Dec 1874, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York

    Maria — PIERCE, M.D.. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  IMHOFF,  MaryIMHOFF, Mary Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 04 Mar 1876, Utica, New York; died 1956, Utica, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Resided: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; 85 Erie Street
    • Occupation: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; Shirt Finisher
    • Resided: 01 Jan 1901, 85 Erie St, Utica New York

    Mary married YOUNG, Harry Joseph 13 Aug 1901, Utica NY at Saint Joseph's church. Harry (son of YOUNG, Marion and RILEY, Henrietta Campbell) was born 06 Jun 1881; died 1951. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 14. YOUNG, Mary L  Descendancy chart to this point was born 08 Dec 1904; died 16 Jan 1972.
    2. 15. YOUNG, Helen L.  Descendancy chart to this point

  3. 6.  IMHOFF,  Henry CasparIMHOFF, Henry Caspar Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 27 Jul 1891, Utica, New York; died 25 Mar 1892, Utica, New York; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery (Sec C); Oneida County, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Burial: Yorkville, Oneida County, New York, USA
    • Name: Henry Imhoff
    • Birth: 1891
    • Baptism: 09 Aug 1891, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York

    Henry — . Unknown [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  IMHOFF,  CarolineIMHOFF, Caroline Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 05 Jun 1884, Utica, New York; died 30 Oct 1972, Utica NY (St. Luke's Hospital).

    Other Events:

    • Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Tampa FL
    • Resided: in Tampa FL from 1955 - 1970
    • Baptism: 08 Jun 1884, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York
    • Resided: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; 85 Erie street
    • Occupation: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; Shirt Finisher
    • Resided: 18 Feb 1937; Illion NY

    Notes:

    Baptism:
    Godparents were Michael and Carolina George.

    Caroline married ROONEY, Frank Jun 1907, Utica NY (St. Joseph's Church). Frank was born 1879, Massachusetts; died 1970. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 16. ROONEY, Mildred M.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 6 May 1908, Utica NY; died 13 Apr 1993, Utica NY; was buried 21 Apr 1993, Mt Olivet Whitesboro.
    2. 17. ROONEY, Marion  Descendancy chart to this point was born 1910.
    3. 18. ROONEY, Janet  Descendancy chart to this point was born 1912.

  5. 8.  IMHOFF,  Anna MaryIMHOFF, Anna Mary Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 27 Sep 1877, Utica, New York; died 13 Jun 1899, Utica, New York; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery; Oneida County, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Edward Servatius
    • Baptism: 30 Sep 1877, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York
    • Cause of Death: 13 Jun 1899; Typhoid Fever

    Anna married SERVATIUS, Eduardus Simon 25 May 1898, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York. Eduardus (son of SERVATIUS, Henry and SCHEER, Maria) was born 26 Jan 1878, Utica, New York; died 23 Apr 1963, Utica, New York; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery; Oneida County, New York. [Group Sheet]


  6. 9.  IMHOFF,  Ferdinand FrederickIMHOFF, Ferdinand Frederick Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 17 Jan 1897, Utica, New York; died 04 Nov 1981, Veteran's Administration Hospital Albany New York; was buried 09 Nov 1981, Saint Joseph Cemetery (Friars Plot); Oneida County, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Godfather:
    • Military Service: 540th QM Group; HQ Lille France
    • Nickname: Father Maurice
    • _STAT: Never Married
    • Name: Father Maurice Imhoff
    • Occupation: Major, US Army
    • Baptism: 24 Jan 1897, Saint Joseph Church
    • School: 1914, St. Joseph's School Utica New York
    • Departure: 03 Sep 1919, New York, New York, USA; Traveled to Italy by way of France on White Star Line
    • Resided: 06 Sep 1919, Utica NY; 1221 Erie Street Utica NY
    • Occupation: 06 Sep 1919, Rensselaer County New York; Theological Student
    • Ordained: 21 May 1921, St. John Lantern Basilica Rome Italy; Ordained by his Eminence Cardinal Basil Pomplif
    • First Mass: 04 Sep 1921, St Joseph's Church Utica New York
    • Dwelling: 11 Apr 1930, St. Francis Convent, Syracuse New York
    • Resided: 11 Apr 1930, Saint Francis Convent, Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY
    • Military Service: 17 Mar 1943, European Theater; Army
    • Military Service: 31 Mar 1943; Entered service (Army)
    • Military Service: 20 May 1946; Released from active duty
    • Jubilee: 25 May 1946, Utica NY (St. Joseph's Church); Jubilee Mass
    • Resided: Nov 1981, St. Anthony on the Hudson Capital Seminary

    Notes:

    1930 Census Indicates that Mother was born in Germany.

    Baptism:
    Godparents were Ferdinand and Ellen Geus. Baptised by P. Alexis Rossbauer, OMC.

    First Mass:
    From the Utica Morning Telegraph, Sunday Morning, September 4, Page Unknown, Column 4.

    Just Ordained Father Imhoff greets Parish. Utica Boy Celebrates First High Mass at St Joseph's. In a congregation including friends and relatives in St. Joseph's church yesterday morning Rev. Maurice Imhoff son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and all 1221 Erie Ave. celebrated his first Solemn high mass since being ordained into the priesthood.
    By his request the sermon on the occasion was preached by Rev. Albert Ragensburger or DD of Syracuse who is well known among Germans of this city and who induced the local young man to enter the Franciscan brotherhood and study for the priesthood, securing his admission into college at Trenton, New Jersey. Having returned from a tour through Germany, the Utica priest, who is now to be known as father Maurice, declared that the German people now feel very friendly to the Americans. “I was given very fine treatment in my trip through that country,” said father Maurice yesterday. “The people are poor and are now faced very high taxes.” He arrived in this country a week ago on the George Washington and after brief visit to Rensealaer came to the city having been at home here since last Tuesday. Father Maurice has been assigned as teacher in the Mt. St. Francis College in Indiana. He has been a student in the Franciscan college at Rome Italy the past two years being ordained into the priesthood on May 21. Although having previous opportunity to begin his duties, father Maurice elected to wait until his return home and officiate at solemn high mass for the first time in his own boyhood parish of the St. Joseph Church. Maurice Imhoff, now Father Maurice, left Utica in 1911 to take up his studies for priesthood. For two years he attended the Franciscan college at Trenton New Jersey. The following year he studied at Franciscan College at Syracuse and later at the college of the same brotherhood in Rensealaer. He left America in September 1919 and went to Rome Italy where he studied two years. He left Rome on August 5 taking a trip through Germany before settling for home

    From the Utica Morning Telegram, Monday, September 5th.
    Reverend Father Maurice Celebrates first mass. Religious Pomp Marks service. St. Joseph’s Church Thronged for elaborate Ceremony to new Priest. Knights of St. George Present. Military Aspect from full dress uniforms and 65 Acolytes carry candles. Amid great pomp and splendor Rev. father Morrison Imhoff, O.M.C, sang his first solemn high mass at St. Joseph's church yesterday morning after having been ordained priest by his Eminence Cardinal Basil Pompilf May 21 in the Basilica of St. John Latern in Rome Italy. Father Imhoff was assisted by father Edward Burkhardt as Deacon and father Victor Walters as sub-deacon Rev. Father Peter {Name not legible} of St. Elizabeth Hospital performed the duties of archpriest. Father Albert of Syracuse was the master of ceremonies and preached the sermon. The altar was beautifully decorated with white roses and was lighted by many electric lights. Acolytes numbering 65 were dressed in black and red cassocks with white surplices. Many of them carried candles during the service. The Knights of St. George in full dress uniform with drawn swords gave the mass a military aspect. A feature of the service was unusually fine musical program under the direction of the church organist, Thomas E. Ryan. Fisher's mass was sung. The soloist of the mass were as follows Sopranos Ms. Helen G. Kelley, Ms. Irene Baechle and Ms. Margaret Flynn. Contralto, {Name not legible}. Tenors, Frank J Weimer and Harry R Gosling. Bass {Name not legible} and T Edward Russell. At the offertory of the mass Maria was sung by a trio comprised of {Name not legible}, Ms. Irene Baechle and Frank J Weimer. The organ of the church, recently remodeled and improved at large expense, was used for the first time. A specially fitted newly installed chime supplement to the organ was also used. The eloquent sermon was preached by father Albert of Syracuse's, his topic being: “let a man so account of us as the minister of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.” A child of our dear St. Joseph's parish, a newly ordained priest, and freshly graduated Master of sacred ecology, today offers up his first holy and solemn sacrifice of the mass in praise and thanksgiving to almighty god.” “He offers it up in the very church in which he was baptized, whose parochial school he attended, in whose altars he served, received his first holy Communion and was confirmed; yes, in the church in which the Lord gave him his double vocation, religion and the holy priesthood”, said the speaker. He made references to the duties of the priest as an ambassador of Christ to his people saying, “in the priest meet the sacrifice and {not legible} of mankind with the grace and blessing of God, for the priest is the ambassador of man, representing man with God and the ambassador of God to man. He asked the people to pray that the priest celebrate his last mass in the same spirit and with the same holy faith as his first. The church was crowded, every seat taken by the friends of the newly ordained Priest. During the course of the mass, souvenir cards were given to the parishioners to commemorate the first solemn high mass of the young priest. Father Imhoff gave Communion to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Imhoff of 121 Erie St. and other relatives. At the end of the mass a solemn procession marched down the main isle of the church to the rectory next door, led by the Knights of St. George marching in column followed by the 65 altar boys. Followed by the priest of the parish and the visiting clergyman. In the procession were Mr. Walter M. Imhoff and Ms. Ruth Caldwell nephew and cousin of the newly ordained priest. The boy carried a large bouquet of lilies and the girl a wreath. Solemn vespers were sung yesterday afternoon with Father Imhoff as celebrant. Father Maurice Imhoff arrived in this country but a few days ago on the United States mail steamship George Washington after a tour of Germany. He was born in Utica January 10, 1897 and lived here until he was 14 years old. He was a member at St. Joseph's Church at the time he left home to study at the Franciscan college of St. Francis at Trenton New Jersey after which he studied for one year the Franciscan college in Syracuse and then for five years at the seminary of St. Anthony on the Hudson where he completed his course in philosophy and studied two years of theology. He completed this course in Rome Italy where he took the degree of Dr. of Theology. He was ordained May 22. Father Imhoff will leave soon for Indiana where he will teach at a college.



    Military Service:
    Served (2) years in the European theater with the 71st Division of the Third Army. He was in England, France, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. He attained the rank of Major. (Maj M.F. Imhoff). Left service on May 20, 1946.

    Ferdinand — . Unknown [Group Sheet]


  7. 10.  IMHOFF,  Louisa AnnaIMHOFF, Louisa Anna Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 03 May 1886, Utica, New York; died 28 May 1952, St. Luke's Hospital Utica New York.

    Other Events:

    • Employment: The Famous Store; Utica New York
    • Baptism: 16 May 1886, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York
    • Resided: 14 Apr 1930, Utica NY; 1221 Erie Street
    • Occupation: 14 Apr 1930, Utica NY; as a Clerk in a clothing store
    • Employment: Jun 1950, F.W. Woolworth Company
    • Resided: 29 May 1952, 1736 Armory Drive Utica New York; Resided in this location at the time of her death
    • Burial: 31 May 1952, St. Joseph's Cemetery; Utica, Oneida County, New York

    Notes:

    Wedding Ceremony took place at St. Joseph's Church on Utica New York. The attending couple was Miss Emma Wiebel and Peter Imhoff (brother of the bride). They will resided at 75 Eagle St (with grooms mother) after wedding.

    Louisa married KALEY, Walter 24 Apr 1907, Utica NY (St. Joseph's Church). Walter (son of KALEY, John and KALIBACH, Sarah) was born 15 Mar 1883, Syracuse, New York, USA; died 25 Jan 1954, Utica, New York. [Group Sheet]


  8. 11.  IMHOFF,  Joseph JohnIMHOFF, Joseph John Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 04 Jun 1879, Utica, New York; died 29 Oct 1911, Utica NY; was buried 31 Oct 1911, St. Mary's Cemetery; Utica New York.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 15 Jun 1879
    • Resided: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; 85 Erie Street
    • Occupation: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; Teamster
    • Occupation: 1911, Utica NY; Fireman; Number One Engine House starting in May 1911
    • Resided: 10 Oct 1911, Utica NY; 10 Leah Street
    • Resolution: 30 Oct 1911, Utica NY; for service with Utica Fire Depatment

    Notes:

    Occupation:
    Founded in 1903, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters began as a craft union, representing the men who drove the horse-drawn wagons essential to American commerce. These team drivers contributed greatly to the American economy. They worked under poor conditions, toiling 12 to 18 hours per day, seven days a week, for an average wage of $2.00 per day.

    Joseph married AMRHEIN, Barabra E. 05 Jun 1902, Utica NY. Barabra (daughter of AMRHEIN, Erhardt and STERLING, Theresa) was born 1878; died 07 Apr 1936, Utica, New York; was buried 1936, St. Mary's Cemetery; Utica New York. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 19. IMHOFF, George Joseph  Descendancy chart to this point was born 09 Jul 1904; died 11 Aug 1998, Albany, New York.
    2. 20. IMHOFF, William C.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 07 Nov 1910, Utica NY; died 04 Apr 1983, Fort Lauderdale FL.
    3. 21. IMHOFF, Rose B.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 09 May 1903, Utica, New York; 0; died 05 Aug 1987, Utica, New York; 0.

  9. 12.  IMHOFF,  Peter WilliamIMHOFF, Peter William Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born Mar 27 1889, Utica, New York; died Sep 25 1983, Wayne, MI.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 07 Apr 1889, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York
    • Resided: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; 85 Erie Street
    • Occupation: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; School Student
    • Employment: 1917, Detroit, Michigan; Universal Button Company
    • Resided: 1917, Detroit, Michigan; 467 Hart Avenue
    • Resided: 1920, Detroit, Michigan; 124 Fernhill Avenue
    • Resided: 1930, Detroit, Michigan; 8139 Greenlawn Detroit Michigan
    • Occupation: 1930, Detroit, Michigan; Machinist
    • Employment: 1937, 6307 West Fort St. Detroit MI; Turastedt Manufacturing
    • Resided: 1937, Detroit, Michigan; 8350 Grand River Detroit Michigan
    • Resided: 1983, Detroit, Michigan; 48223 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
    • Social Security Number: 1983, Detroit, Michigan; 364-01-3367

    Notes:

    Resided:
    Owned this property.

    Resided:
    Rented in this property at $40.00/Month.

    Peter married YOUNG, Nettie 18 Sep 1912, St. Joseph's Church; Utica, Oneida County, New York. Nettie (daughter of YOUNG, Marion and RILEY, Henrietta Campbell) was born 12 Dec 1889; was christened 6 May 1906; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 22. IMHOFF, Raymond F.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 09 Mar 1915, Utica NY; died 04 Nov 1993, Detroit, Michigan.
    2. 23. IMHOFF, Eleanor L  Descendancy chart to this point was born 10 Mar 1913, Utica NY; died 25 Feb 1992, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.

  10. 13.  IMHOFF,  John FrederickIMHOFF, John Frederick Descendancy chart to this point (3.Joseph2, 1.Casparus1) was born 05 Dec 1881, Utica, New York; died 29 Jul 1962, Whitesboro, Oneida, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Education: Utica, New York; Completed 7th Grade
    • other: Income in 1940 $800
    • other: Apr 15 1930, Utica New York; John earned $3,000 per annum.
    • other: Utica, New York; Lost right eye (cause not known)
    • SSN issued: New York, USA
    • Name: John F Imhoff
    • Name: John Imhoff
    • Social Security Number: 075-03-5585
    • Residence: 1880, Utica, Oneida, New York, United States
    • Baptism: 11 Dec 1881, Utica NY at Saint Joseph's church
    • Residence: 1900, Utica City, Oneida, New York
    • Resided: 05 Aug 1900, Utica NY; 85 Erie Street
    • Residence: 1910, Utica Ward 6, Oneida, New York
    • Sale / Transaction: 02 Jul 1912, Utica City, Oneida, New York
    • Residence: 1920, Utica Ward 6, Oneida, New York
    • Residence: 1930, Utica, Oneida, New York
    • Resided: 15 Apr 1930, Utica NY; 1205 Erie Street
    • Resided: 15 Apr 1930, Utica New York; 1205 Erie Street
    • Occupation: 15 Apr 1930, Utica NY; as a laborer on steam engines
    • Resided: Apr 1940, Utica, New York; 1205 Erie Street (owned)

    Notes:

    "Hardcastle Brothers had sold their naphtha launch "Alice" to John Imhoff of 103 1/3 Erie Street, Utica". A Naphtha Launch was a small steam powered boat.

    Resided:
    Also resident at 1205 Erie street at this time were Frederick John's son's, Walter (15), Joseph (12) and John (4). The property was valued at $6,000.

    John married LANDRY, Rose L 21 Jul 1909, Whitesboro, New York. Rose (daughter of LANDRY, Pascal and FOURNIER, Marance) was born 1886, Sherbrook, Canada; died 31 Jul 1970; was buried Saint Joseph Cemetery (St. Jude Sec); Oneida County, New York. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 24. IMHOFF, Walter B  Descendancy chart to this point was born 03 Jul 1914, New York; died 03 Nov 1977, Whitesboro, Oneida, New York, United States of America.
    2. 25. IMHOFF, Joseph Francis  Descendancy chart to this point was born 03 Jul 1917, New York; died 23 Jan 1985, 60 Henderson Street Whitesboro, New York.
    3. 26. IMHOFF, John Frederick Jr.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 17 Jun 1925, Utica City, Oneida, New York; died 30 Jul 1985, 60 Henderson St. Whitesboro, New York; was buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Whitesboro, New York.
    4. 27. IMHOFF, Peter J.  Descendancy chart to this point was born 29 Aug 1910, New York; died 16 Dec 1987.