Logan County, Colorado
Jacob B. and Alvina (Schoenfeld) Reinhardt,
In 1900 Logan County, Jacob born January 1873 in Canada has been married two years to Alvina Jan 1876 Illinois. Daisy was born Sept 1898 in Colorado.
Jacob cash-claimed a quarter in 32, 8N 49W in 1909.
In 1910 Logan County, Leroy precinct, Jacob is 37, born in Canada, married twelve years to Almina 34 Illinoisl Daisy 11, James 10, Grace 7, Archie 5, Ruth 3, and Mable eleven months wee all bonr in Colorado.
Jacob registered for WWI with a Sterling address, born January 25, 1873, naturalized by father's naturalization, farming, with Vina of Sterling.
In 1920 they're living on Chestnut street in Sterling, Jacob 45, Alvina 43, James 19, Grace 17, Archie 14, Ruth 12, and Mabel 10.
In 1930 Leroy precinct they have only Archie K. 25 with them.
In 1940 they have Archie 34, Gladys 25, and Dale 4.
Jacob B. Reinhardt 1873-1950 is buried in Sterling # 44811404, with Alvina Pauline (Schoenfeld) Reinhadt 1876-1966.
James Dale Reinhardt, 87, of 1130 S. 9th Ave., a Logan County resident for over 80 years, died Fri day, Jan. 8, 1988, at Logan County Hospital. He was born June 29, 1900, at LeRoy, the son of Jacob B. and Alvina Schoenfeld Reinhardt, received his early education at LeRoy, and graduated from Logan County High School in Sterling in 1922. He farmed with his father for 30 years and worked in the Logan County Clerk's office in the winter time during the last several years he farmed. Later Mr. Reinhardt worked for Pouzar's Greenhouse and Floral Co., in Sterling until going to Portland, Ore., in 1943 working at Kaiser Shipyards during World War II.
He returned to Sterling in 1946 and worked at the Great Western Sugar Company factory for three years before beginning his own landscaping business, operating it until retiring in 1975. He married Jennie M. Suhr Feb. 6, 1928, in Sterling. The couple would have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary next month.
Mr. Reinhardt was a member of the Protestant faith and for several years served as a board member of the Sterling Credit Union.
He is survived by his wife, Jennie M. Reinhardt; a daughter, Beverly L. Humphries; a brother, Archie Reinhardt, all of Sterling; two sis ters, Mabel E. Kirkhart of Pomona, Calif., and Ruth I. Whittier of Ft. Morgan; three granddaughters, De bra L. Aucoin of New Orleans, La., Kelly Vigen of Colorado Springs, and Stacia L. Mann of Sterling; and four great-grandchildren.
Dale 1935-1980 is buried in Sterling # 55184343, with Barbara bon 1948 - marrried 1972.
Daisy is buried in Sterling
Archie K. "Bud" Reinhardt, 90, of Sterling, died Wednesday, March 8, 1995, in Sterling. Funeral is 10 a.m. Saturday, March 11 at First Presbyterian Church with Dr. Charles F. Kriner officiating. Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery.
Mr. Reinhardt was born March 3, 1905, to Jacob B. and Alvina Schoenfield Reinhardt in LeRoy, Co. He was raised in LeRoy on the Reinhardt family farm. He attend ed the LeRoy School through the fifth grade and then attended Logan County High School, graduating in 1926. He continued his education at Colorado State University where he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity in 1928. He also attended the Conservatory of Music in California for one year. In 1930 he returned to LeRoy to help farm.
He married Gladys V. Kidwell May 3, 1934 in Sidney. The couple lived in Sterling for the next 31 years where Mr. Rein hardt worked for the Great Western Sugar Company during their campaign. Mr. Reinhardt was a member of the First Presbyterian Church for 55 years, the Sterling Elks Lodge No. 1336 for 50 years, and the ROTC of Fort Logan. He enjoyed fishing and was an accomplished singer.
Mr. Reinhardt is survived by his wife Gladys of Sterling, a son Robert K. Reinhardt also of Stering, two sisters, Ruth I. Whittier of Fort Morgan and Mabel K. Kirkhart of Pomona, Calif., nine grandchildren and 14 great-grand children.
He was preceded in death by son Dale E. Reinhardt, brother James Reinhardt, and sisters Daisy Drier and Grace Schwam.
Ruth L. Reinhardt Whittier 1907-1996 is buried in Fort Morgan, wtih William M. Whittier 1907-1982.
Mable died in California in 2001
"Karen E. Kirkhart was born and raised in southern California in the working-class suburb of Pomona on the eastern edge of Los Angeles County. I am the daughter of Mabel E. Reinhardt and Harry B. “Kirk” Kirkhart. I am an only child. My maternal grandparents, Jacob B. Reinhardt and Alvina P. Schoenfeld, were dryland wheat farmers on the plains of northeastern Colorado, and my paternal grandparents, Dell S. Kirkhart and Pearl S. Onstott, came from a family of railroad workers in Iowa. I never met either of my grandfathers, but I knew both grandmothers. Grandma Pearl was an independent woman who aspired to live above her means. She wore fancy hats and a fox fur that both fascinated and horrified me; the little fox with its glass eyes biting its tail to secure the stole in place. Grandma Muzzie was a farm wife who could fix anything, sew anything, grow anything, and cook anything. Both sides of my family featured strong women."
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