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Thompson L. Himmelreich, John W. Himmelreich

Juniata and Susquehanna County History, Pennsylvania

(Brother James C. Himmelreich 1830-1893 is buried in Union County, Pennsylvania # 106970511, with Jane Ellen 1830-1931)
George W. 1834-1906 # 106088796 is also buried in Union County , with Elizabeth 1835-1911.
John - son of Peter and Elizabeth - 1836-1855 is also buried in Union County # 106970554, so the Yuma County John is not a brother of Thompson, unless it was a fraudulent claim.

In 1890 T. L. Himmelreich sells millinery in Falls City, Nebraska.

Thompson cash-claimed a quarter in 17, 3N 48W in 1890, near a number of other 1890-1891 cash claimants.
Thompson L. Himmelreich timber-claimed a quarter in 5N 49W (Washington County, Colorado) in 1894.

In 1894 Omaha, Nebraska, Thompson L. Himmelreich is manager of the dry goods department of Morse DG Co, borading at 2227 Lake.

In 1900 Falls City, Nebraska, G.L. Himmelreich born Feb 1850 in Pennsylvania, married 22 years to Louisa March 1861 Mchigan, is selling dry goods. Louisa's mother Elizabeth Fox Sept 1823 New Jersey is living with them.
The three are still in Falls City in 1910.

In 1920 Falls City, T. L and Louise have a servant, Clara Hunn 24 born in Kansas.
"Thomas" Linn Himmelreich 1849-1923 is buried in Falls City, per # 136649513, wtih Lucy Louise 1860-1934.
So is Elizabeth Fox 1823-1911 # 136632132.

July 1907 Falls City "T. L. Himmelreich came down from Lincoln Wednesday to spend the Fourth at home. He returned Friday night."

August 2, 1907 Falls City Nebraska "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisher of Des Moines, Iowa, will be in the city over Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Himmelreich."



John cash-claimed a quarter in 18, 3N 48W, in 1892.

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