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Philip REIMER was born on 29 Dec 1804. Parents: Henry REIMER and Catherine CORRELL.


Sally REIMER. Parents: Jacob REIMER and Elizabeth HELLER.

Spouse: Joseph GEORGE. Children were: Elizabeth GEORGE, Henry GEORGE, Sarah Ann GEORGE, Margaret Mary GEORGE, Kate GEORGE, Amanda Priscilla GEORGE, John Wesley GEORGE, Lucinda Rosella GEORGE.


Sarah REIMER. Parents: Johann Valentine REIMER and Anna Margaretha STEY.

Spouse: Jacob MILLER.


Sarah REIMER was born on 26 Apr 1807. Parents: Henry REIMER and Catherine CORRELL.


Susanna REIMER. Parents: Johann Valentine REIMER and Anna Margaretha STEY.

Spouse: HOLLAND. Children were: Christian HOLLAND, Peter HOLLAND.


Susanna REIMER was born on 8 Feb 1808 in U. Mt. Bethel, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Jacob REIMER and Elizabeth HELLER.


Allen REIMERT was born on 24 Apr 1862 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 21 May 1862 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: David REIMERT and Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN.


Andrea Allyn REIMERT. Parents: Ronnie Charles REIMERT and Diane Maxine KERSCHIENSTEINER.


Annie Elizabeth REIMERT was born on 29 Apr 1866 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 15 Jun 1866 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: William REIMERT and Abby BOWER.


Balthasar REIMERT was born on 15 Feb 1771 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 29 Mar 1771 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were Reimert and Eliabeth WEISS Parents: Johann Nicolaus REIMERT and Margaretha.


Betty Jean REIMERT. Parents: Charles Henry REIMERT and Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL.

Spouse: Paul R. SCHANTZENBACH. Paul R. SCHANTZENBACH and Betty Jean REIMERT were married on 4 Mar 1950. Children were: Timothy SCHANTZENBACH, Brenda SCHANTZENBACH, Laurie SCHANTZENBACH.


Brittany Nicole REIMERT. Parents: Larry Eugene REIMERT and Kimberly Ann HARRISON.


Catharina REIMERT was born between 1780 and 1790 in Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. Parents: Philip Heinrich (Henry) REIMERT and Elisabetha (Elizabeth).


Catharine REIMERT was born on 21 May 1796 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 24 Jul 1796 in First Refomed Church, Reading, Pennsylvania **CHANEG ME**. Record is from the First Reformed Church in Reading. Sponsors were Hannes and Catharine Berger. Parents: Mathias REIMERT and Susanna BERGER.


Catherine REIMERT was born on 3 Apr 1779 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 6 May 1779 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were Reimert WEISS and Catharine Parents: Johann Nicolaus REIMERT and Margaretha.


Photo Charles Henry REIMERT was born on 13 Jan 1886 in Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He lived RFD No. 4 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania about 1910. Taken from Marriage license. This is not believed to be the address of the house that Charles and Carrie raised their children in and the house that Willoughby died in.
He appeared in the census in 1910 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Charles H Reimert
State: PA Enumeration District: 0036
Color: W;W Age: 24
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0074
County: Berks
Relation: Hired man
ImageNum: 04000363
Other Residents: Husband William M Schlegel He lived in Lower Macungie Twp., Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania in 1931. Willoughby REIMERT was living in the same household with Charles and Carrie at the time of his death. He died on 11 Jan 1953 in Lower Macungie Twp., Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania. He was buried in 1953 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. St John's is commonly called the Old Union Church because both Lutheran and Reformed congregations worshipped there. The first burial at this church occurred in 1861. He was a Shoemaker. Kutztown shoe factory was opened in 1883, owned by Levan, Stein, & Co. This is most likely where Charles Henry was employed at the time of his marriage to Carrie
He was Reformed. According to his daughter, Betty, Charles was 1 month shy of being drafted into WWI

Time line of events around the world 1886-1920:

1886:
Dr. John Styth Pemberton unveiled the flavor syrup for Coca Cola. The gramophone was patented. Grover Cleveland became the first and only president to be married in the White House when he took Frances Folsom as his wife.

1887:
Thomas Stevens became the first man to bicycle around the world.

1888:
Brazil's parliament abolished slavery. Congress created the Department of Labor. The first rodeo was held in Prescott, Ariz. Philip Pratt unveiled the first electric automobile. On Aug 31, the body of Mary Ann Nichols, the first victim of murderer "Jack the Ripper," was found in London.

1889
South Fork Dam bursts; Johnstown, PA destroyed; more than 2000 dead. The Paris Exposition opened, and the just-completed Eiffel Tower was dedicated. William Gray patented a coin-operated telephone. North and South Dakota entered the union as the 39th and 40th states. Montana became the 41st state. Washington became the 42nd state.

1890:
Idaho became the 43rd state. Congress passed the Sherman Antitrust Act. Convicted murderer William Kemmler became the first person to die in an electric chair at Auburn Prison, New York. The Mormon Church banned polygamy. The first Army-Navy football game was played at West Point, N.Y. The midshipmen from Annapolis dominated, shutting out the cadets, 24-0. The Wounded Knee massacre took place in South Dakota. Some 300 Sioux Indians were killed by U.S. troops sent to disarm them.

1891:
Geo. A. Hormel & Co. introduced Spam. The National Forest Service was organized. Thomas Edison patented the "transmission of signals electrically" over the airwaves.

1892:
Andrew and Abby Borden were axed to death in their Fall River, Mass., home. Their daughter, Lizzie, was charged with the murders, but was acquitted. The first long-distance phone line between Chicago and New York was opened.

1893:
A major stock market plunge began, leading to a depression which led to 600 banks and 74 railroads going out of business by the end of the year. Katharine Lee Bates wrote her poem, "America the Beautiful," in Colorado, after she was inspired by the view from Pikes Peak. More than 100,000 homesteaders rushed to claim shares of a 6-million-acre strip between Oklahoma and Kansas opened up by the U.S. government. The first newspaper color supplement was published in the Sunday paper New York World.

1894:
It was decided that the Olympics would be held every four years. Karl Benz of Germany received a U.S. patent for a gasoline-driven automobile.

1895:
Playwright Oscar Wilde was convicted of a morals charge in London and was sentenced to two years in prison. Frederick E. Blaisdell patented the pencil.

1896:
In Plessy vs. Ferguson, the Supreme Court endorsed "separate but equal" racial segregation. Nicholas II was crowned Tsar of Russia with a grand procession in the Cathedral of the Assumption in Moscow. The first Ford car was road tested in Detroit. The first movie theater in the U.S. opened, charging 10 cents for admission. W. S. Hadaway patented the electric stove. Harvey Hubbell patented the electric light bulb socket with a pull chain. Martha Hughes Cannon of Utah became the first female senator. Power plant at Niagara Falls begins operation. Following Mormon abandonment of polygamy, Utah was admitted to the Union to become the 45th state. Wilhelm Rontgen announced his discovery of x-rays.

1897:
Responding to rumors that he was dead or dying, Mark Twain was quoted by the New York Journal as saying that "the report of my death was an exaggeration." The United States signed a treaty of annexation with Hawaii.

1898:
The Philippines declared independence from Spain. The Yukon Territory of Canada was organized. President McKinley annexed the Hawaiian Islands. Will Kellogg invented Corn Flakes. Scientists Pierre and Marie Curie discovered radium.

1900:
A hurricane with winds of 120 mph and a huge tidal wave at Galveston, Texas, killed at least 8,000 people and destroyed over 2,500 buildings in the city.

1901:
The first exhibition by 19-year-old Pablo Picasso opened in Paris to high critical acclaim.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid robbed a train in Montana of $40,000. On Sep 6, President William McKinley, the 25th president, was shot by anarchist Leon Czolgosz at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, N.Y. The president died eight days later. The first use of a "getaway car" occurred in Paris when thieves drove off after holding up a shop. Australia declared its independence from the United Kingdom.

1902:
The U.S. ended its occupation of Cuba. The U.S. bought the concession to build a Panama canal from a French company for $40 million.

1903:
Ford Motor Co. was incorporated. and sold the first Model A car.

1904:
The first Olympic games held in the U.S. began in St. Louis. More than 1,000 died in a fire on the steamboat "General Slocum" in New York's East River. A train derailed on a bridge in Eden, Colo. during a flash flood, killing 96. New York City began building Grand Central Station. The first New York subway opened.

1907:
Taxis first began running in New York City. E. W. Scripps founded United Press. The world's first air force was established with the formation of the Aeronautical Division of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer of the U.S. army. Oklahoma became the 46th state of the Union.

1908:
The Wright Brothers patented their first flying machine. A huge explosion rocked eastern Siberia. Believed to be an exploding meteorite, the resulting earth tremor was felt as far away as central Europe. The subway in Philadelphia opened. Henry Ford's Model T Ford went on sale for $825. The first Gideon Bible was put in a hotel room. Albert Einstein presented the quantum theory of light.

1909:
The Wright Brothers delivered the first military plane to the army. The U.S. issued the first Lincoln penny.

1910:
Montana's Glacier National Park was established. The Mann Act was passed, making it illegal to transport women into the U.S. or across state lines for immoral purposes. Father's Day was first celebrated. Alva Fisher patented the electric washing machine. The first airplane flight took off from the deck of a ship, the USS Birmingham in Norfolk, Va.

1911:
The first ever Indianapolis 500 motor race in the U.S. was run and won by Ray Harroun at an average speed of 74.59 mph. Hiram Bingham discovered the Lost City of the Incas.

1912:
President Theodore Roosevelt was shot by a would-be assassin in Milwaukee. He was saved by his thick coat and a bundle of manuscript paper in his breast pocket. Woodrow Wilson was elected president, the only president to defeat two former presidents (Taft and Roosevelt) in one election. New Mexico was admitted to the United States as the 47th state.

1913:
Igor Sikorsky of Russia built the first four-engine airplane. The 17th Amendment to the Constitution, allowing for popular election of senators, came into effect. The first U.S. paved coast-to-coast highway, the Lincoln Highway, opened. Henry Ford instituted a moving assembly line. The first modern elastic brassiere was patented by Mary Phelps Jacob. She initially made the brassiere from two handkerchiefs, a piece of ribbon and a piece of cord. The Federal Reserve Banking System was created as President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law. The 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, giving the government the power to impose and collect taxes on income.

1914:
On Jun 28, a Serbian nationalist assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife in Sarajevo; the incident is widely held to have sparked World War I. The Panama Canal opened. During World War I, the legendary but unofficial "Christmas Truce" took place. A group of British and German soldiers in the trenches of the western front stopped firing and met each other in no-man's land.

1915:
Italy declared war on Austria-Hungary. The steamer Eastland capsized at the Clark Street dock in Chicago, killing more than 800. The first transcontinental radio telephone message was sent. In New York City, 25,000 women demonstrated, demanding the right to vote. Alexander Graham Bell, inaugurated U.S. transcontinental phone service with a call made between New York and San Francisco. The first wireless message sent from a moving train to a station was received.

1916:
The Saturday Evening Post was issued with the first Norman Rockwell painting on its cover. William Boeing founded Boeing Co. in Seattle. A Boeing Aircraft first flew this year also. German terrorists blew up an ammunition plant near Jersey City, N.J. The Workmen's Compensation Act was passed by Congress.

1917:
The U.S. passed the Selective Service Act, authorizing the draft. The British Royal Family changed its name from the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor amid anti-German feelings in Britain during World War I. In Russia, the Bolsheviks led by Vladimir Lenin seized power

1918:
The world's first airmail postal service began between New York, Philadelphia and Washington, using planes supplied by the U.S. War Department.

1919:
Students demonstrated in China against the Versailles Peace Conference decision to hand Germany's possessions in Shantung Province to Japan. Known as the May Fourth Movement, it led to the birth of the Chinese Communist Party. The German Workers Party, later to be called the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), was formed.

1920:
The Panama Canal opened. British East Africa was renamed Kenya. The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. Warren Harding was elected the 29th president. Parents: Willoughby Ahn REIMERT and Mary Catherine (Cassie, Kate) SCHWANGER.

Spouse: Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL. Charles Henry REIMERT and Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL obtained a marriage license on 22 Mar 1910 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. They were married on 26 Mar 1910 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Married by Rev. Leinbach Children were: Marie Katherine REIMERT, Esther Mae REIMERT, Grace Arline REIMERT, Elda Margarete REIMERT, Walter George REIMERT, Russel Elwood REIMERT, Betty Jean REIMERT.


Charles Scott REIMERT. Parents: Ronnie Charles REIMERT and Diane Maxine KERSCHIENSTEINER.

Spouse: Jennifer Mavis WILLIAMS.


Chelsea Jordan REIMERT. Parents: Larry Eugene REIMERT and Kimberly Ann HARRISON.


Coryn Elizabeth REIMERT. Parents: Jeffery Todd (Jeff) REIMERT and Shelley Aileen FOX.


Daniel REIMERT was born on 5 Jan 1795 in Exeter Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 1 Feb 1795 in Exeter Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. The record shows the father as Mathias REIMER. Sponsors were Daniel & Anna Elisabetha ZACHERIES. He died on 27 Sep 1852 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Daniel died intestate. He was Reformed. Time line of events around the world 1795-1825:

1795:
The U.S. and Great Britain signed the Jay Treaty, the first U.S. extradition treaty with a foreign government. James Swan paid off the $2,024,899 U.S. national debt. The U.S. gained the Ohio Territory after signing treaties with Native American tribes. Pinckney's Treaty between Spain and the U.S. was signed, establishing the southern boundary of the U.S. and giving Americans the right to send goods down the Mississippi without paying duty to Spain. On Feb. 7, 1795, the 11th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. It affirmed the power of the states by prohibiting suits against them.

1796:
Edward Jenner became the first British physician to perform a successful vaccination, inoculating an 8-year-old boy against smallpox. Congress passed a game protection law restricting encroachment on Indian hunting grounds. Tennessee became the 16th state. The first Independence Day celebration was held. John Adams was elected president. The first Sunday newspaper, the "Monitor," was published in Baltimore.

1797:
Albany became the capital of New York, replacing New York City.

1798:
The Alien Act was passed, giving the president authority to deport dangerous aliens. The Marine Corps was established.

1800:
John Adams became the first president to live in the White House. Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse gave the first cowpox vaccination to his son to prevent smallpox. Washington, D.C., was established as the capital of the United States.

1801:
Tripoli declared war on the United States over safe passage of merchant ships.

1802:
Washington, D.C., was incorporated as a city. West Point Military Academy opened. The first comic book, "The Wasp," was published. Napoleon reinstated slavery on Haiti.

1803:
Britain declared war on France after Napoleon Bonaparte continued interfering in Italy and Switzerland. John Hawkins and Richard French patented the Reaping Machine. The Senate ratified the Louisiana Purchase. The Louisiana Purchase was completed as ownership of the territory was formally transferred to the United States during ceremonies in New Orleans.

1804:
France proclaimed Napoleon Bonaparte emperor. The Lewis and Clark expedition left St. Louis for the Pacific Coast.

1805:
Napoleon was crowned king of Italy. Explorers Lewis & Clark first saw the Pacific Ocean.

1806:
The first strawberry was grown by Michael Keens. The Holy Roman Empire ended when Francis II renounced the crown and became Francis I, Emperor of Austria.

1809:
Napoleon annexed the Papal States. Napoleon Bonaparte was divorced from the Empress Josephine by an act of the French Senate. The Illinois Territory, including present-day Wisconsin, was established.

1810:
A revolution began in Argentina when it declared its independence from Spain. The U.S. annexed western Florida.

1811:
Paraguay and Venezuela proclaimed their independence from Spain. Steamboats run from Pittsburgh to New Orleans. A thousand Americans led by Gen. William Henry Harrison defeated the Shawnee Indians at the Battle of Tippencanoe Creek near what is now Lafayette, Ind. An earthquake in Missouri caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards.

1812:
Harrisburg becomes the state capital of Pennsylvania. The Louisiana Territory was renamed the Missouri Territory. The United States declared war against Britain (June 18). Dr. Joseph Lister became the first surgeon to use disinfectant during surgery. British forces under Sir Isaac Brock defeated the Americans at the Battle of Queenston Heights, Ontario, ending a U.S. attempt to invade Canada (Oct 13).

1813:
The nickname "Uncle Sam" was first used as a symbolic reference to the United States in an editorial in the Troy Post of New York.

1814:
The Treaty of Paris restored France to its 1792 boundaries. George Stephenson introduced the first steam locomotive. (Aug 24) British forces captured Washington, D.C., and burned down many landmarks. President James Madison fled. On Dec 24, the War of 1812 between America and Britain ended with the signing of the Treaty of Ghent.

1815:
Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated at Waterloo (June 18). The first natural gas well in the U.S. was discovered. U.S. forces led by Gen. Andrew Jackson defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans.

1816:
U.S. troops destroyed Fort Apalachicola, a Seminole fort, to punish the Indians for harboring runaway slaves. Indiana was admitted to the union as the 19th state.

1817:
Mississippi River steamboat service began. Mississippi became the 20th state of the United States.

1818:
American patriot Paul Revere died in Boston. By agreement between the United States and Britain, the U.S.-Canadian border was set at the 49th parallel, with a joint occupation of Oregon for 10 years. Illinois was admitted as the 21st state of the union.

1819:
Alabama was admitted to the Union as the 22nd U.S. state.

1820:
It was proven the tomato was not poisonous. Spain sold part of Florida to the U.S. for $5 million. James Monroe was elected president. Britain's King George III died at Windsor Castle

1821:
Napoleon Bonaparte died a British prisoner on the island of St. Helena. Missouri was admitted to the Union as the 24th state.

1823:
The first state birth registration law was enacted, in Georgia.

1824:
The Bureau of Indian Affairs was established. Portland cement, the modern building material, was patented by Joseph Aspdin in Yorkshire, England. The first steam locomotive was introduced. New York City's Fifth Avenue opened for business.

1825:
The world's first public railway to use steam locomotives was inaugurated when George Stephenson's "Active" pulled a train along the track in England. The Erie Canal opened, linking the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Ezra Daggett and nephew Thomas Kensett patented food storage in tin cans. Parents: Mathias REIMERT and Susanna BERGER.

Spouse: Magdalena LORENZ. Daniel REIMERT and Magdalena LORENZ were married between 1821 and 1824 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Children were: John REIMERT, David REIMERT.


Daniel REIMERT was born between 1813 and 1815 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died before 1876 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed.

Spouse: Catherine (Kate) AHN. Daniel REIMERT and Catherine (Kate) AHN were married about 1832 in Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. Children were: Mary REIMERT, Katherine REIMERT, William REIMERT, Samuel REIMERT, Sara Jane REIMERT, James REIMERT, Hetty Anna REIMERT, Susanne REIMERT, Wilson Frederick REIMERT.


Daniel REIMERT was born in 1835 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. In 1850 he was a Servant in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. For the MERKEL family He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Henry REIMERT and Elizabeth.


David REIMERT was born on 28 Feb 1826 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Age is shown as 38 on 1860 Federal Census Age is shown as 24 on the 1850 Federal Census. Date shown comes from Church records
He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. There was a 7 year old male named James living in the household with David, Sarah, Willoughby, and Thomas on the 1850 Census. Because of the age difference of 5 years between Thomas and James, and the fact that Sarah would have been about 15 when he was born, he is not believed to be a child. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Listed as David REIMERD in the index to the 1860 census, however the handwriting on the census documents was clearly a T instead of a D. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 1 Oct 1897 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. David died intestate of Apoplexy
Definition:
Uncontrolled bleeding into an organ; for example, adrenal apoplexy is bleeding into the adrenal glands, pituitary apoplexy is bleeding into the pituitary gland, and so on. The term apoplexy (with no organ specified) often refers to bleeding into the brain. Conditions such as subarachnoid hemorrhage or stroke are sometimes called apoplexy. He was buried on 2 Oct 1897 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was a Laborer in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. David's death certificate lists his occupation as a laborer He was Reformed. IGI Shows C(harles) David as given name.....

Time line of events around the world 1826-1850:

1826:
The second and third U.S. presidents, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, both died on July 4, the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

1827:
The first nursery school in the United States was established in New York City. New York abolished slavery.

1828:
Andrew Jackson was elected the 7th President of the United States.

1830:
The Republic of Ecuador was founded, with Juan Jose Flores as president. H. D. Hyde patented the fountain pen. The first passenger train service in the U.S. began between Baltimore and Elliott's Mills, MD. Three Indian tribes, the Sioux, Sauk and Fox, signed a treaty giving the U.S. most of Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri. Louis-Philippe formally accepted the crown of France, following the abdication of Charles X.

1831:
On July 4, "America (My Country 'Tis of Thee)" was first sung in Boston; the fifth U.S. president, James Monroe, became the third president to die on Independence Day.

1832:
The first Democratic National Convention was held in Baltimore. Henry Schoolcraft discovered the source of the Mississippi River. The first streetcar - a horse-drawn vehicle called the John Mason - operated in New York City.

1833:
Andrew Jackson became the first U.S. president to ride in a railroad car. A white woman, Prudence Crandall, was arrested for operating an academy for African-American females.

1834:
Isaac Fischer Jr. patented sandpaper. Cyrus Hall McCormick patented his reaping machine. The British empire outlawed slavery.

1835:
President Andrew Jackson survived the first ever assassination attempt on a U.S. president.

1836:
Arkansas became the 25th state. The Republic of Texas elected Sam Houston president.

1837:
Pharmacists John Lea and William Perrins began manufacturing Worcester Sauce. Michigan became the 26th state when President Jackson signed a statehood bill. On Feb. 8, 1837, for the only time in history, the U.S. Senate chose the vice president of the United States, selecting Richard Mentor Johnson after no candidate received a majority of the popular vote.

1838:
The Iowa Territory was formed. Ephraim Morris patented the railroad brake.

1840:
New Zealand became a British colony.

1842:
The Webster-Ashburton Treaty between the U.S. and Britain was signed, establishing the boundary between the U.S. and Canada from Maine to the Great Lakes.

1843:
Mormon Church leader Joseph Smith said God had revealed to him that polygamy was acceptable. In the future state of Washington, Mount Rainier erupted.

1844:
Samuel Morse transmitted the world's first telegraph message ("What hath God wrought!") to his associate 40 miles away. The first telegraphed news dispatch was published in the Baltimore Patriot. The Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) was formed in London. Charles Goodyear received a patent for his process to strengthen rubber. Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church, was killed by a mob in an Illinois jail. Brigham Young was chosen the new Mormon leader.

1845:
The rubber band was patented. The U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD. opened. Texas was admitted as the 28th state of the Union.

1846:
Congress declared war on Mexico over California. Antoine Joseph Sax patented the saxophone. A group of U.S. settlers in Sonoma proclaimed the Republic of California, which was annexed to the U.S. the same year.

1847:
The doughnut was first made. The California town of Yerba Buena was renamed San Francisco.

1848:
Wisconsin became the 30th state. William G. Young patented the ice cream freezer. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia C. Mott held a women's rights convention where they introduced loose fitting trousers called bloomers. The Oregon Territory was established. Gas lights were first installed at the White House. James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at Sutter's Mill in northern California, a discovery that led to the gold rush of 1849. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending the Mexican War, was signed; the U.S. acquired Texas, California, New Mexico & Arizona for $15 million.

1849:
James Polk, the 11th president of the United States, died in Nashville, Tenn.

1850:
Benjamin Lane patented a gas mask with a breathing apparatus. The territories of New Mexico and Utah were created; California entered the Union as the 31st state. Parents: Daniel REIMERT and Magdalena LORENZ.

Spouse: Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN. David REIMERT and Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN were married about 1847 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. Children were: Thomas REIMERT, Willoughby Ahn REIMERT, Edwin REIMERT, Hiram REIMERT, Hamilton REIMERT, Sarah Katharine Elizabeth REIMERT, Allen REIMERT.


Dietrich Larry REIMERT. Parents: Jeffery Todd (Jeff) REIMERT and Lisa Blake (Blake) O'BEIRN.


Drew Henry REIMERT. Parents: Jeffery Todd (Jeff) REIMERT and Lisa Blake (Blake) O'BEIRN.


Edwin REIMERT was born on 8 Apr 1852 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Age is given as 7 on 1860 Federal Census He was baptized on 31 May 1852 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were Henry and Elizabeth Reimert. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: David REIMERT and Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN.


Elda Margarete REIMERT was born on 19 Jun 1919 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 3 Aug 1919 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She died in 1983 or 1984. Parents: Charles Henry REIMERT and Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL.

Spouse: Jack NONNEMACHER. Jack NONNEMACHER and Elda Margarete REIMERT were married on 17 Sep 1938. Children were: Peggy NONNEMACHER.


Eliza Jane REIMERT was born on 6 Feb 1861 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 10 Jan 1862 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was buried in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. No dates are given on the gravestone. Parents: Henry REIMERT and Rachel REBERT.


Elizabeth Ellen (Lizzie) REIMERT was born on 14 Dec 1906 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 14 Feb 1907 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She appeared in the census in 1910 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Wiloughby Reimert
State: PA Enumeration District: 0036
Color: W Age: 49
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0078
County: Berks
Relation: Husband
ImageNum: 04000612
Other Residents: Wife Kate S 46, Pennsylvania
Son Charles H 06, Pennsylvania
Daughter Lizzie C 04, Pennsylvania She died after 1978. Elizabeth apparently had many children She was married twice (2nd to a KLINE) Parents: Willoughby Ahn REIMERT and Mary Catherine (Cassie, Kate) SCHWANGER.

Spouse: Horace Vincent BROBST Sr.. Horace Vincent BROBST Sr. and Elizabeth Ellen (Lizzie) REIMERT were married before 1929.


Esther REIMERT was born on 28 Sep 1842 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. First name has also been shown as Hetty Ann in some records. The dates and parents are the same, so it is assumed a misprint. She was baptized on 19 Nov 1843 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Henry REIMERT and Elizabeth.


Esther Mae REIMERT was born on 5 Jan 1912 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She died on 19 Oct 1989. The two HESS husbands were not brothers Parents: Charles Henry REIMERT and Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL.

Spouse: George T. HESS. George T. HESS and Esther Mae REIMERT were married on 20 Apr 1930.

Spouse: Solon A. HESS. Solon A. HESS and Esther Mae REIMERT were married on 29 Nov 1969 in Pennsylvania.


Eve Elizabeth REIMERT was born on 14 May 1786 in Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 12 Jun 1786 in Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were Adam and Barbara GEHRY Parents: Philip Heinrich (Henry) REIMERT and Elisabetha (Elizabeth).


Franklin George David REIMERT was born on 23 Apr 1903. He was baptized on 31 May 1903 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He appeared in the census in 1910 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Franklin George was mistakenly listed as his brother, Charles H.:

Wiloughby Reimert
State: PA Enumeration District: 0036
Color: W Age: 49
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0078
County: Berks
Relation: Husband
ImageNum: 04000612
Other Residents: Wife Kate S 46, Pennsylvania
Son Charles H 06, Pennsylvania
Daughter Lizzie C 04, Pennsylvania He died on 15 Oct 1975 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was buried in Oct 1975 in Hope Cemetery (St. Johns), Kutztown, Berks Co., Pennsylvania **CHANGE ME**. He had Social Security Number 171-32-1919. He was a Farmer. in 1951, Franklin was employed as a farmer by Reuben S. MOYER. Frank apparently never married or had children Parents: Willoughby Ahn REIMERT and Mary Catherine (Cassie, Kate) SCHWANGER.


Grace Arline REIMERT was born on 31 Jul 1915 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 22 Aug 1915 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She died. Parents: Charles Henry REIMERT and Caroline (Carrie) Mertz SCHLEGEL.

Spouse: Stanley LICHTENWALNER.


Hamilton REIMERT was born about 1856 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Age was shown as 4 on 1860 Federal Census He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: David REIMERT and Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN.


Henry REIMERT was born between 1770 and 1780 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Dates is estimated from family data. Henry was not shown to be a minor in his father's will, made in 1801. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died after 1850 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. Parents: Philip Heinrich (Henry) REIMERT and Elisabetha (Elizabeth).

Children were: Henry REIMERT.


Henry REIMERT was born on 16 Sep 1804 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Richmond Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. 1 male under 5, 1 between 5-10, and 1 between 20-30:
1 female between 5-10, 1 between 10-15, and 2 between 20-30:

It is unknown who the others in the household were. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Place is assumed. He was a Laborer. Henry and Elizabeth sponsored the child of Daniel REIMERT and Catherine AHN on Sep 29 1852 at St. John's Reformed Church in Kutztown. Parents: Henry REIMERT.

Spouse: Elizabeth. Henry REIMERT and Elizabeth were married about 1830 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed Children were: Daniel REIMERT, Henry REIMERT, Sarah REIMERT, William REIMERT, Esther REIMERT, Isaac REIMERT, Sarah REIMERT.


Henry REIMERT was born in 1836 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Henry REIMERT and Elizabeth.

Spouse: Rachel REBERT. Henry REIMERT and Rachel REBERT were married about 1860 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed Children were: Eliza Jane REIMERT.


Hetty Anna REIMERT was born on 17 Nov 1851 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. She was baptized on 29 Nov 1851 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsor was Elizabeth Arndt Parents: Daniel REIMERT and Catherine (Kate) AHN.


Hiram REIMERT was born on 11 May 1854 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Age was given as 5 on 1860 Census He was baptized on 4 Jun 1854 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsor was William Christ and Sus. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 31 Oct 1862 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Hiram and his brother, Thomas, died within 2 weeks of each other. It is not known what they died of. There were no epidemics in PA at this time. They could have died from a disease such as typhoid or smallpox, or they could have been in an accident. He was buried in Nov 1862 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Hope Cemetery. Parents: David REIMERT and Sarah Ann (Sallie) AHN.


Isaac REIMERT was born on 19 Sep 1844 in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He served in the military between 12 Nov 1862 and 12 Aug 1863 in Pennsylvania. Company F, 167th Inf. Regiment Pennsylvania Drafted Militia Infantry. It is interesting to note that there was a Jacob REIMERT who enlisted in the same company on the same day as Isaac. Parents: Henry REIMERT and Elizabeth.


Isaac David REIMERT was born on 10 May 1878 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 15 Sep 1878 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: William REIMERT and Abby BOWER.


James REIMERT was born on 5 Mar 1844 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He died on 5 Mar 1913 in Kutztown, Maxatawny Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Daniel REIMERT and Catherine (Kate) AHN.


Jeffery Todd (Jeff) REIMERT. Parents: Larry Eugene REIMERT and Rita Kay ROGERS.

Spouse: Lisa Blake (Blake) O'BEIRN. Children were: Stephen Wayne, Dietrich Larry REIMERT, Drew Henry REIMERT.

Spouse: Shelley Aileen FOX. Children were: Coryn Elizabeth REIMERT.

Spouse: Carolyn Ann WELLS.


Johann George REIMERT was born on 6 Sep 1765 in Oley Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 29 Sep 1765 in Oley Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were George and Catharina SCHALL He died before 1801 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Places is assumed. Not listed in father's will. Some document transcriptions list surname as REIMER


IN 1790, Alsace Twp., Berks Co. Census, a John REIMER is shown as head of household with 2 males over 16, 2 males under 16, and 5 females living in the same household. Parents: Philip Heinrich (Henry) REIMERT and Elisabetha (Elizabeth).


Johann George REIMERT was born on 1 Apr 1776 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He was baptized on 5 May 1776 in Pike Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Sponsors were Johann George and Elizabeth ROHRBACH A will was filed in 1849 by a John REIMERT of Greenwich Twp. This may or may not be the same individual. Parents: Johann Nicolaus REIMERT and Margaretha.


Johann Nicolaus REIMERT was born on 28 Oct 1743 in Mutterstadt, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany. He immigrated on 30 Sep 1754 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was on the ship "Brothers" with his parents and siblings. He died between 1793 and 1825 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed. See notes for Philip Heinrich REIMERT regarding suname change from REIMER to REIMERT.

Johann and Margaretha (surname shown as REIMERT) sponsored the twin children of George and Elizabeth ROHRBACH. The children were named Johann Nicolaus and Margaretha. They were baptized at Oley Hill Church on Jun 5, 1775.

Johann and Margaretha (surname shown as REINERT) sponsored the child of Reimert and Catharina WEISS at Oley Hill Church on Jan 7 1769. Parents: Balthasar REIMER and Anna (Maria) Margaretha RENNER.

Spouse: Margaretha. Johann Nicolaus REIMERT and Margaretha were married about 1767 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Date and place are assumed Children were: Margaretha REIMERT, Balthasar REIMERT, Johann George REIMERT, Catherine REIMERT.


John REIMERT was born in 1822 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: Daniel REIMERT and Magdalena LORENZ.


John REIMERT was born in 1831 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania. Parents: John Adam REIMERT and Catharine.


John Adam REIMERT.

Spouse: Catharine. Children were: John REIMERT.

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