Family Group Sheet

Joseph Roehrig & Franciska Girsch

Name Joseph Paul ROEHRIG
Birth 24 Jul 1872, Alsace-Lorraine
Death 11 Sep 1937, Syracuse, Ononodaga County, New York
Burial 14 Sep 1937, Assumption Cemetary
Occupation In 1894 Joseph was a driver of boards and lived a 136 Peters. In 1901 Joseph was a butcher and lived at 608 Division. In 1907 Joseph was a meatcutter and lived at 120 Peck Ave. In 1916 Joseph was a laborer. In 1926 Joseph was a brewer.
Religion Joseph had a High Mass Requiem by Father Richard J. Shanahan assisted by Reverend Bernard Duhamei as deacon and Rev. Robert Dinnon as sub-deacon of Blessed Sacrement Church, Syracuse New York.
Father Mr. ROEHRIG
Mother Mrs.ROEHRIG
Spouse Franciska (Frances) GIRSCH     Picture
Birth 28 Feb 1873, Alsace-Lorraine
Death 30 Oct 1967, Houston, Harris Co., Texas
Burial 1 Nov 1967, Garden of Gethsemani Cemetery and was later move to Assumption Cemetery, Ononadaga Co., New York
Religion Catholic
Father Mr. GIRSCH
Mother Mrs. GIRSCH
Children:
1 M George Joseph Roehrig     Picture
Birth abt 1892, Syracuse, New York
Death 1948, Syracuse, New York
Spouse Marie
2 F Mary Louise ROEHRIG    Picture
Birth 4 Apr 1895, Syracuse, New York
Death 3 Jan 1973
Spouse Cletus W. FORBES
Marriage 28 May 1921
3 M Emil Paul ROEHRIG     Picture
Birth 17 Jul 1903, Syracuse, Onondada County, New York
Death 9 May 1970, Houston, Harris County, Texas
Spouse Frieda Lena (Lee) FOSTER
Marriage 25 Jun 1924, Syracuse, New York
Spouse Vivian Johnson REED
Notes for Joseph Paul ROEHRIG
Nickname "Butch". Vivian Roehrig told of visiting another George Roehrig that was not Emil's brother, but was related. She described him as a very good looking man and very kind.

Arrived in the U. S. 1889 - naturalized 1898 according to the 1920 census index.
Notes for Franciska (Frances) GIRSCH
Heresay: F. Girsch had 2 sisters who had daughters. Clara's daughters lived in San Antonio Texas and one niece named Cook (remarried) lived in Florida. One note says that F. Girsch came to the US to stay with her older sister named Mary.  Mary was married and living in Syracuse.

Naturalized according to the 1920 census index.
 

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