Johann Koch

Johann Adam Breitenbach Koch (1822 - 1879)

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Johann Adam Breitenbach Koch
Born in Laudenbach an Main, Anschaffenburg, Bairen, Germanymap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 18 Oct 1853 in St. Louis, MOmap
Descendants descendants
Father of
Died in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, USAmap
Profile last modified 18 Dec 2019 | Created 2 Aug 2016
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Johann Koch has German Roots.

Research Notes:

Note: Immigrated to United States 1853. Reference his immigration document image.

Note: This merge was accomplished with the understanding that a different person "Adam Koch" exists at about the same time and place. Baraboo-1 14:54, 19 January 2018 (EST)

United States Census, 1870

Name: Adam Koch

Event Type: Census Event Year: 1870 Event Place: Illinois, United States

Gender: Male Age: 48 Race: White Race (Original): W

Birth Year (Estimated): 1821-1822 Birthplace: Bavaria


Adam Koch Male 48 Bavaria (Stone cutter)

Agnes Koch Female 51 Bavaria (Spouse) ( Homemaker) Joseph Koch Male 22 Bavaria (Son) ( Carpenter) [1]


Johann Adam Breitenbach Koch

BIRTH 18 Dec 1822 Germany

DEATH 11 Mar 1879 Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, USA

BURIAL Calvary Cemetery Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, USA MEMORIAL ID 164983874


" KOCH, ADAM, stone-cutter; residence 718 Monroe street.

He was born in Lautenbach, am Main, Regierungs-bezirk Anschaffenburg, Bairen, GERMANY, Dec. 13, 1822; came to the United States, landing in New York City in 1853; from thence going to St. Louis, Mo., remaining sixteen months; then came to Quincy, working at his trade.

He married Miss Agnes Schneider, at St. Louis, Mo., in Oct. 1853.

She was born in Lohr, am Main, May 1, 1819, and came to America Sept. 18, 1853. No children.

He was in the 14th Regt. of Inf. under the King of Bairen, from 1822 till 1828; then enlisted in the 5th Regt. of Inf. for one year; took part in the revolution of 1848, and was ordered to Schleswig Holstein, but the revolution had terminated before his regiment arrived. Also served in the Leib Regiment from 1829 to 1830.

Religion, Roman Catholic. Is a member of the General Benevolent Association of Quincy, the St. Aloysius Orphan Association, and St. Josephs’ Building Association."

Created by: J'Cynthia Ohnemus-Glover (Credit) Added: 14 Jun 2016 Find A Grave Memorial 164983874 [2]

Adam was born in 1821. He passed away in 1880. [3]


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  3. Unsourced family tree handed down to Vickie (Waterkotte) Toalson.

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