The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
NameMathilda Elnora CADRANT ®6344, ®6345, ®6346, ®6347
Birth24 May 1862, Gros Cap Island, Mackinac County, Michigan, USA ®2560
Death15 Jul 1940 ®6348, ®6349
Burialaft 15 Jul 1940, Iron River, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA ®73
MemoIron River City Cemetery
Birthca 1844, Germany ®6356, ®6357, ®6358, ®6359
Death7 Oct 1924 ®73
Burialaft 7 Oct 1924, Iron River, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA ®73
MemoCity Cemetery
FlagsImmigrant Ancestor
Misc. Notes
John emigrated from Germany to New York in April, 1860. On the 1 June 1860 census of Cincinnati, Ohio Jno. Armbruster was 16, single and lived with the family of William Greesen, 32, Elizabeth Greesen, 27, Mary Greesen, 7, Caroline Greesen, 6, William Greesen, 2, Charles Greesen, 6 months, Anna Blum, 23, Ida Klaussen, 17, Adam Glaub, 27 and Lewis Armbruster, 36, and Emanuel Luick, 31. Luick, a butcher, and the two Armbrusters were born in Württemberg, Glaub in Bavaria, Blum and Klaussen were domestics born in Baden, and Mr. Geesen was a butcher born in Hanover. The children had all been born in Ohio, and mother Elizabeth in Oldenburg. ®6360 On 10 June 1862 John Armbruster enlisted in Company H, Ohio 84th Infantry Regiment. He mustered out on 20 September 1862 at Camp Deleware, Ohio. He was born about 1840. ®6361 In June 1863, in the County of Richland, Ohio, John G. Armbruster, a single 23 year old shoemaker, born in Germany, registered for the Civil War draft. He claimed three months prior service. ®6362 Emmanuel Luick’s uncle, John Armbruster lived on Madeline Island and was the light house keeper on Outer Island. In 1890 John Armbruster lived in Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin. ® has a private photo taken in LaPointe, Wisconsin in 1890 of John Armbruster, Nelson Cadrant and Thomas Stahl. On 29 March 1893 he filed his declaration of citizenship and received his Certificate of Naturalization dated 17 October 1900. He was Postmaster of La Pointe, Wisconsin from 3 July 1890 to 13 May 1892. ®2560 I cannot locate John Armbruster on the 1900 US Census. On the 1 June 1905 Wisconsin Census John Armbruster, 61, lived in Iron River, Wisconsin, with Lida, 43, George, 21, Mable, 19, Lillian, 17, Elmer, 15, Percia, 10, and Dewey, 7. ®6364 On 18 April 1916 Matilda Devine applied from Wisconsin for an invalid’s pension as the wife of John Armbruster who served in Company A, 106 Ohio Infantry. Application 1.423528 and certificate 1177772. On 30 September 1932 she filed for a widow’s pension, from Wisconsin, as the widow of John Armbruster. ®6365 John Armbruster was Matilda’s second husband. ®2560
Family ID4502
MarriageJan 1881 ®2560
ChildrenJohn N. (1882-1901)
 George Rex (1884-1964)
 Mabel (1886-?)
 Lillian (1888-?)
 Elmer Francis (1924-1924)
 Percy Bartholomew (1895-1966)
 Dewey Alfred (1897-1990)
Misc. Notes
He was Mathilda’s first husband. ®2560
Family ID5344
Marriagebef 1881 ®2560
Last Modified 19 Apr 2015Created 9 Mar 2018 using Reunion v12.0 for Macintosh
Created 1 April 2018 by David L. Moody

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