|Birth: ||Jan. 28, 1833|
|Death: ||Dec. 8, 1895|
William Brandt was born in Richmond County, Ohio, in 1833, the fifth child of David and Carheryn Brandt. He came to Kingston in 1852, where he married three times.
Of his two children by Mary McBride (1830-1856), Jane "Jennie" married Horace Botthoff in 1872, but from this marriage only a daughter named Mae is known. The second child, William John, married Lory Hogsett in 1880. One of their children, Effie, died at the age of eleven in 1897 at the home of her aunt, Mrs. I. N. Hopkins. Other children are Etta and Frank.
William Brandt served with distinction during the Civil War and by the end of the war held the rank of 1st Sgt.
In 1865 he married Mary Mumpower. Of his two children by her, Lillie married Nolan Rigdon in 1890, and among their children were Ruth, Dan, John, and Frederick. Harry, the second child, married Nannie Pearl Moore in 1894, and one child is known, Clara P.
Of William Brandt's two children by Amanda Pounds, May married Arthur McQuillen in 1898, and they had a daughter Leta. May married William W. Altman in 1902, and they reared Leta under the name Altman. In addition, they had a son named Orson. Ada, the second child of William and Amanda Brandt, married Orson Boutwell in 1895, and their children included Clarence, Beulah, Dorothy, and Grace.
The manager of this site (Wayne, below) is a relative and would like to hear from Brandt relations in order to exchange information.
David Brandt (____ - 1884)
Catharine Augustine Brandt (1800 - 1861)
Amanda J. Pounds Brandt (1860 - 1916)*
Mary Jane McBride Brandt (1830 - 1856)*
William John Brandt (1856 - 1912)*
May Brandt Altman (1876 - 1948)*
Ada Brandt Boutwell (1878 - 1966)*
Andrew Brandt (1827 - 1911)*
William Brandt (1833 - 1895)
Samuel Brandt (1846 - 1913)*
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Originally Created by: Caryn Hood
Record added: Apr 25, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68920455
Spouse: Amanda (Pounds) Brandt, who lies in the Highland Cem., Caldwell Co., MO. Born in Richmond County, Ohio, William Brandt came to Kingston in 1852, where he assisted a Mr. Sumner in building the first mill at Kingston, located a half mile west of tow...(Read more)|
Added: Nov. 6, 2011