|1798 marriage||Jacob Winchenbach Jr. Polly Nash. Both residing in Waldoborough MA. Marriage intention filed 1798 Sep 08.
|1802 marriage||John Winchenbach. Mary Crammer. Both residing in Waldoborough MA. Married 1802 Jan 05 in Waldoborough MA by clergyman Rev August Reitz.
|1813 marriage||Henry Winchenbach. Mary Ginthner. Both residing in Waldoborough MA. Intention filed 1813 Jun 21.
|1816 marriage||Henry Winchenbach. Polly Farnsworth. He resides in Friendship MA. She resides in Waldoborough MA. Intention filed 1816 Jan 22.
|1817 marriage||Captain Charles Winchenbach. Catherine Wallis. Both residing in Waldoborough MA. Married 1817 Dec 30 in Waldoboro by Justice of Peace Henry Flagg.|
|1819 marriage||Lewis Winchenbach. Sophie Pitcher. Both residing in Waldoboro ME. Married 1819 Apr 06 in Waldoboro ME by clergyman D M Mitchell.|
|1820 marriage||Captain Daniel Winchenbach. Polly Benner. Groom residing in Friendship ME. Bride in Waldoboro ME. Married 1820 May 24.|
|1820 marriage||Groom, Henry Winchenbach, residing Waldoboro ME. Bride, Mary Weltz, residing Waldoboro ME. Married 1821 Apr 17 in Waldoboro by Justice of Peace Henry Flagg.|
|1824 marriage||Groom, Capt Isaac Winchenbach Jr of Waldoboro ME. Bride, Sarah Creamer of Waldoboro ME. Married 1824 Apr 22 in Waldoboro ME by clergyman John W Starman.|
|1829 marriage||Groom, Lewis Winchenbach of Waldoboro ME. Bride, Sophia Pitcher of Waldoboro ME. Intention filed 1829 Mar 11.|
|1829 marriage||Groom, Pelham Winchenbach of Waldoboro ME. Bride, Mary Stahl of Waldoboro ME. Intention filed 1829 Dec 11.|
|1829 marriage||Continue here until img 567.|
|1841 marriage||Captain Oliver Winchenpaw. Dorothy Wichepaw. Both of Waldoboro ME. Married 1841 Nov 15 in Waldoboro by clergyman Rev John W Starman.
|1846 death||Hiram G Winchenpaw. Died 1846 Aug 01, age 19 years 8 months, buried in Waldoboro in Sweetland Cemetery.|
|Manhigan Plantation (Monhegan Island), Lincoln, ME. Simon Winchenbach, age 28, born c 1822 [ME], sailor. Margaret, age 26, born c 1824 [ME]. Abdon, age 5, born c 1845 [ME]. Elin E, age 4, born c 1846 [ME]. Aurelia, age 3, born c 1847 [ME]. Have several Davis neighbors in the same census area, including Andrew and Robert Davis.|
|1852 marriage||Gorham S Winchenpaw and Mary Kaler. Both born in Waldoboro ME. Married 1852 Feb 08 by clergyman Rev John W Starman in Waldoboro ME.|
|1855 marriage||Aaron Winchenbaw and Sarah Winchepaw married 1855 Aug 05 in Waldoboro ME by clergyman Rev S C Fesaden. Both spouses are born in Friendship ME.
|1860 census||Friendship, Knox, ME. Simon Winchenbush, age 39, born c 1821 [ME]. Margrette Winchenbush, age 36, born c 1824 [ME]. Abdon R Winchenbush, age 15, born c 1845 [ME]. Ellen E Winchenbush, age 14, born c 1846 [ME]. Aurrelia Winchenbush, age 12, born c 1848 [ME]. Cordelia W Winchenbush, age 6, born c 1854 [ME]. Angelia Winchenbush, age 5, born c 1855 [ME]. Cloudin Pink, male, age 19, born c 1841 [Portugal].|
|1864 birth||Leonard Winchenpaw. Born 1864 Sep 10 in Friendship ME. Father was Aaron Winchenpaw, born in Waldoboro ME, living in Friendship ME, farmer. Mother's maiden name was Sarah Winchenpaw, born in Friendship ME, housework.|
|Brinton McL Winchepaw, born 1864 Aug 23 in Friendship ME. Father: Simon Winchenpaw, born in Friendship, residing in Friendship, fisherman. Mother: Margaret Winchenpaw, born in Friendship, housework. All are white.|
|1864 military||Aaron O Winchenbach. Born c 1843 in Waldoboro; residing in Waldoboro.|
Esther Iroque Winchenpaw. Born 1869 Jul 05 in Waldoboro ME. Father was Pelham Winchenpaw, no age provided, born and residing in Waldoboro ME, sea captain. Mother was Nancy Bickmore, born and residing in Waldoboro ME.
|Friendship, ME. Simon Winchenbach, age 49, born c 1821 [ME], fisherman. Margaret, age 46, born c 1824 [ME], keeping house. Orilla, age 23, born c 1847 [ME], at-home. Cordelia, age 16, born c 1854 [ME], at-home. Angela, age 15, born c 1855 [ME], domestic servant. Estella, age 10, born c 1860 [ME], attending school. Florence, age 7, born c 1863 [ME]. George B [illegible initials], age 6, born c 1864. Simon G, age 2, born c 1868. All are white.|
|Friendship, Knox, ME. Simon Winchenpaw (head), age 60, born c 1820 [ME], both parents born in ME, widower, fisherman. Aurelia Winchenpaw (daughter), age 33, born c 1847 [ME], both parents born in ME, divorced, housekeeping. Florence A Winchenpaw (daughter), age 17, born c 1863 [ME], both parents born in ME. Brinton MC Winchenpaw (son), age 15, born c 1865 [ME], both parents born in ME, fisherman. Granville S Winchenpaw (son), age 12, born c 1868 [ME], attending school, both parents born in ME. George W Hillard (grandson), age 9, born c 1871 [ME], both parents born in ME, attending school.|
Ray Winchenpaw. Born 1882 Jan 02 in Friendship ME. Father is Charles Winchenpaw, age 24, born c 1858 in Friendship, residing in Friendship, farmer. Mother's maiden name is Georgiana Winchenpaw, age 23, born c 1859 in Friendship, residing in Friendship, housekeeper, no other living children.
|1885 Mar 11 marriage, Simon Winchenpaw, Hellen Simmons. Friendship, Knox ME.|
Catherine Winchenpaw. Died 1886 Mar 08 in Waldoboro ME, age 89 years 10 months, born c 1797. Wife of Chas. Winchenpaw. Might be buried in Waldoboro Cemetery in Sweetland.
|link||Horlacher and Whitaker mention this as the starting point in the preface to their book, so it must be an excellent resource.|
|link||Something about a patent.|
|link||Mentions Capt L Winchenbach.|
|Cushing and Friendship||Includes history and 1892 census|
|Randolph County||Winchenbach, Wincapaw, and more on Monhegan Island.|
|West's federal supplement|
|Modern Maine||From worldcat it is available at University of the West.|
|Concorcdia Historical Institute Quarterly||Volumes 44-45, 1971|
|Sibylla Charlotta Winchenbach, die Ehefrau Josua Kocherthals||Only at NYPL.|
|Josua von Kocherthal||Married Sibylla Charlotta Winchenbach in Germany. "It is for his role in leading a small, initial 1708 migration of some forty-one persons to New York; for leading a second, even greater migration to that colony; and for writing to encourage migration to North America that Kocherthal is known to history under his adopted name."|
|Lester P Winchebaugh|
|1838 New Yorker||
Pirates -- Captain Winchenbach, of the brig Ceylon, arrived last night from Marseilles, informs us that on the 4th July, in lat. 36 13, N., long. 47 20 W., saw a suspicious looking schooner ahead, with fore and main topsail, standing South, and at half past 6, P. M. she hoisted a Portuguese flag and fired a shot across our bows, and shortly after fired three more guns. The Ceylon was immediately hove too, and the schooner came alongside. Capain W. and two seamen got into the boat and went on board of her. A boat was immediately after this manned from the schooner with five men, who boarded the Ceylon and searched her, but finding no money, they took a box of wine belonging to the cargo, some water and provisions and left her. The brig had $1500 on board, which Captain W. threw into a water cask and thus succeeded in saving it. The New Yorker, 1838
|Book entry||Simon Winchenbach, Claudin Winchenbach, Monhegan island.|
Winchenbach Genealogy (1933)
by Clarence F Palmer and Edith Webster Mank
An excellent resource. My notes are here:
Broad Bay Pioneers (1998)
by Gary T Horlacher and Wilford W Whitaker
This amazing book is the first point to study for any genealogical interest in Waldoboro. Its content is relevant to many families, and even the larger regional history. Since it does not only belong to Winchenbach studies, my notes from this text are here: studentreader.com/whitkaer-horlacher-broad-bay-pioneers/
History of Old Broad Bay and Waldoboro (1956)
by Jasper Stahl
Must get my hands on a copy of this book!
|Google Books, Vol I|
|WorldCat||Nearest copy is in Fresno.|
Annals of the Town of Warren, in Knox County, Maine
by Cyrus Eaton
Amazing insight into genealogies and life events in Warren town, Knox county. There is also a detailed account of military maneuvers. Links: Google Books
Contains a genealogical table for the Winchenbach family in Warren
WINCHENBAUCH, (or Winchenbach, pronounced Winkapaw,) Henry of German descent, b. in 1762; m. Mary Woltz; came from Waldoboro', settled in western part of W., and d. March 16, '21. His wife d. Oct. 14, '22. Their chil. 1, Catherine, b. 1790; d. in Jan., 1846. 2, Margaret, m. Robert Jordan, and now dead. 3, Elizabeth, m. 1st Nathan Watton, 2d, Jacob Winchenbach of Wal. r. Wal., and d. in 1875. 4, Henry W., m. Agnes Spear, Oct. 15, '18; r. W., and d. Dec. 8, '65. 5, Mary, m. Chas. Havener; r. and d. Wal. 6, Andrew, m. Rebecca Spear, Jan. 25, '21; r. W., and d. Dec. 28, 76. 7, Sarah, m. 1st, Wm. Spear, 2d, John Davis of F., r. Friendship. 8, Nancy, m. 1st, Isaac Overlock of Wal., 2d, Francis Keizer; r. Wal. 9, Lucinda, d. young. 10, Ann Maria, b. Jan. 17, '10; m. John Godfrey Hoffses; r. W. p 648
The above text, with the abbreviations un-abbreviated:
WINCHENBAUCH, (or Winchenbach, pronounced Winkapaw,) Henry of German descent, born in 1762; married Mary Woltz; came from Waldoborough, settled in western part of Warren, and died 1831 March 16. His wife died 1822 October 14. Their children: (1) Catherine Winchenbauch, born 1790, died 1846 January. (2) Margaret Winchenbauch, married Robert Jordan, and now dead. (3) Elizabeth Winchenbauch, first married Nathan Watton, then married Jacob Winchenbach of Waldoboro, she resided in Waldoboro and died there in 1875. (4) Henry W Winchenbauch, married 1818 October 15 to Agnes Spear, resided in Warren and died 1865 December 08. (5) Mary Winchenbauch, married Chas. Havener, resided and died in Waldoboro. (6) Andrew Winchenbauch, married 1821 January 25 to Rebecca Spear, resided in Warren, died 1876 December 28. (7) Sarah Winchenbauch, first married William Spear, then married John Davis of Friendship, residing in Friendship. (8) Nancy Winchenbauch, first married to Isaac Overlock of Waldoboro, then married to Francis Keizer, residing in Waldoboro. (9) Lucinda Winchenbauch died young. (10) Ann Maria Winchenbauch was born 1810 January 17, married John Godfrey Hoffses, resided in Warren. adapted from p 648
- Henry Winchenbach ([Waldoboro] - 1831 Mar 16 [Warren])
- Married to Mary Woltz ( - 1822 Oct 14)
- Catherine Winchenbach (1790 - 1846 Jan)
- Margaret Winchenbach
- Married to Robert Jordan
- Elizabeth Winchenbach ( - 1875 [Waldoboro])
- Married to Nathan Watton
- Married to Jacob Winchenbach
- Henry W Winchenbach ( - 1865 Dec 08 [Warren])
- Married 1818 Oct 15 to Agnes Spear
- Mary Winchenbach ( - [Waldoboro])
- Married to Charles Havener
- Andrew Winchenbach ( - 1876 Dec 28 [Warren])
- Married 1821 Jan 25 to Rebecca Spear
- Sarah Winchenbach
- Married to William Spear
- Married to John Davis
- Nancy Winchenbach
- Married to Isaac Overlock
- Married to Francis Keizer
- Lucinda Winchenbach (died young)
- Ann Maria Winchenbach (1810 Jan 17 - )
- Married to John Godfrey Hoffses
America's Centenarians Vol 12. Centenarian Almeda Winchenbach link (there is a copy at University of the West, M-F 9pm - 6pm) 1409 Walnut Grove Ave Rosemead CA. Onlne copy: link. Volume 12: link. And Almeda here: link
Interviewed: October 24, 1969Almeda Winchenbach Born: 1/20/70
in Waldoboro, Maine
Mrs. Winchenbach is a very alert person and responds to questions quickly. She can recall pikcing blueberries in her early childhood at about age 10. When she was very young there were Indians coming to Waldoboro, to camp nearby.
Mrs. Winchenbach has always refused to exercise her voting rights. She states, "They do whatever they want to do anyway -- so why bother to vote." Lightning struck her house within two feet of her head during the early 1940's. This was described as the most exciting event of her life.
When asked about her schooldays, she recalled that the teacher used to make a pupil stay after school if they missed over one word in spelling; for this reason she didn't like school very well.
Mrs. Winchenbach became very excited when she first learned she was eligible for the special age 72 social security payments. She stated, "I wanted checks very badly and I look forward to the 3rd of every month." The arrival of her first check was celebrated by the enjoyment of a good steak dinner.
Mrs. Winchenbach lives with her two unmarried daughters. She helps with a lot of the house work. She sweeps floors, washes dishes, etc. Aside from a hearing impediment, her health is very good.
The gift of long life is attributed to longevity in the family and always arising early in the morning.
Mrs. Winchenbach has made hooked rugs (up to size 9' x 12') since 1912. Her rug-making activity ceased last year. America's Centenarians
The People of the Eye: Deaf Ethnicity and Ancestry
Link: Google Books
The Ludwig clan, reminds us that although progenitors of Deaf families were very often from England it was not always the case. Three families from Germany lived in the town of Waldoboro, Maine, in the mid-eighteenth century. The land, quite close to the sea in eastern Maine, had been bought around 1720 by Samuel Waldo. After an initial settlement, Indian attacks caused the settlers to flee. When peace returned, Waldo's son recruited about 1500 immigrants to the village from Germany. No doubt the Ludwigs, Seiders, and Winchenbachs were drawn to intermarry once in the New World by their shared language and traditions. Joseph Ludwig and Margaret Winchenbach married in 1791; they had a Deaf son, JacobD, and a great-grandson, ElmerD. They also had a hearing son, Simon, and a hearing daughter, Jane. Simon Ludwig married his cousin, Jane Winchenbach and they had a son, SimonD, who married a Mary SpillmanD. Jane Ludwig married her cousin John Seiders and they had three Deaf children, LuellaD, EmmaD, and DavidD, all of whom attended the American Asylum. p 173
History of Thomaston, Rockland and South Thomaston
From page 465:
- Henry Winchenbach of Warren
- Married Mary Woltz
- Henry W Winchenbach (c 1793 - ), lived in Rockland as a truckman
- Married 1818 Oct 15 to Agnes Spear
- Robert W Winchenbach married Almira E Stahl
- Sarah J Winchenbach
- John S Winchenbach
From page 315:
In the autumn of 1851, the Doctor [Moses R Ludwig] visited Liverpool, London, Paris, Rotterdam, Frankfort, Cologne, and other parts of his Vader-land, from whence his letters were published in the Lincoln Miscellany, and re-published by several principal papers in the State; -- one paragraph of which gives these impressions of the home of his ancestors. "Germany is a strange country. With all its abundance of literature, and the prevalence of education, with, alos, freedom of religious opinion, it is far from being a free country. The people are despotically ruled by great or petty Princes, and have only here and there a mock form of representative government. The lower classes are entirely destitute of the means of improving their condition. -- Though a country from which more of the elements of freedom sprung, than any other, it is now, unquestionably, among the least free of all the nations of Christendom." p 315
|Winchenpaugh tree||Does not have any discovered link to Lottie Davis' immediate family. A less expansive version of the tree: link|
|Winchenbach tree||Perhaps the most expansive. Simon Winchenbach, son of John Winchenbach and Dorcas Metcalf, John is son of John Winchenbach and Elizabeth Walch.|
|Winchenbach name||Shows the distribution over time, with helpful search links.|
I am told that the family originally consisted of 7 brothers who came to
Josua Harrsch (Joshua Kocherthal)
This Lutheran minister was married to a Winchenbach in Germany and potentially was involved with bringing over Winchenbach families who to the New York area. Perhaps it was one of these settlers or their descendants later settled in the Waldoboro area.
The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities, History and Biography of America, Volumes 19-20
A very funny article about a memorial stone at his grave. The name Winchenbach is mentioned on an 18th century gravestone at West Camp, Ulster, New York. It commemorates one of the founders of the Lutheran church in the state of New York, Rev Joshua Kocherthal. Links: Google Books,
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