|Birth: ||1827, Germany|
|Death: ||Jun. 7, 1906|
Born in Prussia
NOTE: "By 1871, the smaller German states were merged with Prussia, resulting in the creation of the German Empire. In November 1918 the monarchies were abolished and the nobility lost its political power. Prussia was effectively abolished in 1932, and officially abolished in 1947."
US Census, 1870, 1880, 1900, Township 1 (Jackson), Amador, CA.
Herman is listed with his spouse and children.
Rosalia (Rosalie) (spouse).
Daughters: Johana (Anna), Tillia (Matilda), Ragine (Regina), Rachiel (Rachel), Edieth (Edith).
Sons: Alfred, Robert, Ivador (Isador)B. In the 1870 Census there is a son named, Ruben, that might be Robert.
In the 1900 Census, Herman is listed as a widower. His occupation is listed as, "Justice of the Peace."
In the 1900 Census his birthday is listed as Feb. 1827.
The 1900 Census also lists his immigration year as 1847.
Herman is listed in the CA Voter Registration Records, Amador County (1900-1968) as a registered voter; Robert and Isador were also listed as registered voters in Amador County.
NOTE: CA Death Index lists: Isidor Bernhardt Goldner, born 30 Dec 1874, CA; died 3 Feb 1953, SF. Mother's maiden name, Hoffman.
WWI Draft Registration Records, 12 Sept 1918 list Isidor in SF. Nearest relative, Regina Goldner.
Herman Goldner (1827-1906) Postmaster of Jackson 1885-1889. Justice of the Peace in Jackson from 1878 until his death.
From his obituary: "One of the largest funerals ever seen in Jackson. No one, rich or poor, irrespective of religion, died but that Judge Goldner paid his last respects by attendance at the funeral."
Rosalia Goldner (____ - 1881)*
Alfred Goldner (____ - 1910)*
Robert Goldner (____ - 1924)*
Beloved Husband of Rosalia
Native of Prussia
Died June 7, 1906
Aged 78 years
Note: Engraving difficult to read. Please forgive any mistakes; they are not intentional.
Pioneer Jewish Cemetery
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Originally Created by: KJ Heald
Record added: Oct 31, 2009
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