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18 JUL 1838.
York County, Pennsylvania.
16 MAR 1912.
Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania.
Cause: Rheumatism, endocarditis.
14 MAR 1839.
Hanover Twp, York County, Pennsylvania.
Note: Emmanuel's Reformed Church.
At the 1860 U.S. Census, Mary Sultzbach, 46 years old, was the head of a household in Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania. Other household members were Charlott Sultzbach, age 20 and employed in domestic labor; Jacob Sultzbach, age 19 and a mason's apprentice; Alex Sultzbach, age 16 and a laborer, he had attended school within the year; Amanda Sultzbach, age 10; Catharine Sultzbach, age 6; and Emma J. Sultzbach, 1 year old.
Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Pennsylvania.
Note: William C. Wingard doesn't appear on the 1900 Census record because he was in the Veterans Home (see citations on his record).
Birth of Charlotte Sultzbach and Baptism of Charlotte Sultzbach. Born 18 Jul 1838, Baptized 14 Mar 1839, Parents are Philip Sultzbach and Mary Sultzbach. Parents are sponsors. Source: Records of Emmanuel's Reformed Church, Hanover Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 1800-1856. Ancestry.com database "Records of Emanuel's Reformed Church, Hanover, Penn Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 1770-1800" (Index only). Note: Former link on Ancestry, no longer points to these specific records.
United States Census, 1850 Upper Paxton, Dauphin, Pennsylvania Family Number: 1033 Household Members; all born in Pennsylvania: Philip Sultzbach 44; laborer; real estate $100 or $900 (unclear) Mary Sultzbach 38; cannot read and write Maria Sultzbach 16 Charlotte Sultzbach 12 Jacob Sultzbach 11 Alexander Sultzbach 8 Mary E Sultzbach 9 months The 4 older children all attended school within the year.
United States Census, 1870. Enumeration sheet for Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania. Wm C Wingart 32, Laborer, $100 personal estate Charlotte Wingart 32 Albert L Wingart 7 Mary B Wingart 1 All born in Penna. Source: Year: 1870; Census Place: Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania; Roll: M593_1335; Page: 677B; Image: 479; Family History Library Film: 552834
United States Census, 1880. Enumeration sheet for Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania. Scharlet Wingard, 41 born Pennsylvania White, Female, WIFE Household of William Wingard Keeping House Household Members: (all born Penna of Penna parents) William Wingard 40, car inspector, cannot read/write. Scharlet Wingard 41, wife, keeping house; cannot read/write. Mary Wingard 10, dau. Annie Wingard 8, dau. Edward Wingard 7, son. William Wingard 4, son. Melinda Wingard, 1, dau.
United States Census, 1910 Enumeration sheet for Millersburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania; Roll: T624_1337; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 0109; FHL microfilm: 1375350 Charlotte Wingard, 71, widowed. Had 11 children, 7 are living. Has own income. Others in household are son Edward, 37, single, tinner and roofer in the house roofing industry, and son William, 34, single, plasterer in the house industry. All born in Penna. of Penna. parents.
Pennsylvania Death Certificates Certificate of Death: Charlotte Wingard. Female, White, Date of Death March 16 1912 Date of Birth 7 - 18 - 1838 Age 73 y, 5 m, 38 d Occupation Housekeeper Father: Philip Shaltzbaugh (born Pa.) Mother: Mary Dice (born Pa.) Informant: A. N. Harthman, Millersburg Pa. Burial: Oak HIll, Millersburg Pa Date: March 19, 1912
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