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Jacob Reinbold
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Birth: Mar. 28, 1861
Death: Sep. 30, 1942
Spokane
Spokane County
Washington, USA

Name: Jacob Reinbold
Death Date: 30 Sep 1942
Death Place: Spokane, Spokane, Washington
Gender: Male
Race (Displayed on Form):
Age at Death: 81 years 6 months 2 days
Estimated Birth Year: 1861
Birth Date:
Birth Place:
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Louise
Father's Name: Mathias Reinbold
Father's Birth Place:
Mother's Name: Christina Beller

Reinbold, Jacob: (TS*: b. 5-28-1861; d. 9-30-1942; Father; did not view); {Jacob, 10th child of Mathias, was born 3-28-1861 and died 9-30-1942. {Per the Reinbold Genealogy, "Jacob and Andrew were the first of the family to come to America. They left Germany in 1880 to head to the western United States. They stopped to work in Minnesota as farm and railroad workers. Jacob also worked as a coachman for a doctor there but eventually the two set out for the far west. After many hardships they arrived at Cottonwood (later named Davenport) and homesteaded near Fort Spokane. Jacob and Louise Buck were married in 1888 and to this union was born 12 children. In 1891 with their relatives and neighbors, they helped organize the Christ Lutheran Church in the Egypt community."} These 12 children were: Jacob P (1889), Fred (1890), Elisabeth (1892-1915), Louise (1893-1956), Marie (1896-1896), Ida (1897, w/o Tarris Pyle), Simon (1899), Freda (1901, w/o Adolph Gefert), Charles (1904), Rose (1908-1925), John (1910) and Alfred (1913). "Jacob Reinbold. Died: 30 Sept 1942, Spokane City, Spokane Co, WA. Age 81 yrs. Certificate #1277." (Washington State Death Index) "Jacob Reinbold, a farmer living one mile north of Egypt, was born March 28, 1861, in Baden, Germany, the son of Mathias and Christina Reinbold. He is a brother of Simon Reinbold, a sketch of whose life is given elsewhere in this volume. Mr Reinbold attended school in his native country, where he was reared on a farm, and received a good common school education. In October of the year 1880 he set sail from Havre, France, aboard a French steamer bound for the United States, and arrived in New York City, whence he came to Aurora, Illinois. His next moved was to Minneapolis, where during the winter after his arrival at that city he followed lumbering. In April, 1882, he came to Miles City, Montana, where he joined his brothers Andrew Simon and George, with whom he became employed on the Northern Pacific railroad. After a brief time, in company with his brothers, Andrew and George, he started on foot to his present locality, which they finally reached after a walk totaling eight hundred miles. During this tiresome journey the brothers underwent great hardships, at different times they having to tramp over the hot prairie hungry and thirsty, although they had money with which to buy food if only it could be had. One brother settled here, married, and died in 1893, leaving a widow and two sons. Our subject arrived here and ate his first meal on the farm he now owns in 1882. The place was then the property of another from whom Mr Reinbold has since purchased it. He settled on a homestead two miles west of his present farm, and began working at various occupations to obtain money with which to improve his land. Being a man of superior judgment and thrift he has continued from the day of his settling here to better his financial condition until now he is one of the well-to-do farmers of Lincoln County. Jacob Reinbold was married June 16, 1888, to Louisa Buck, a native of Elsass, Germany. Her father was David Buck, who died in Germany, and her mother is Barbara (Glas) Buck, now living in that country. Mrs Reinbold has two brothers, Michael and Charles Buck, living near Davenport, to which city Mrs Reinbold came with her brother's wife in 1886. Mr Reinbold purchased his present farm in 1897, and brought his family to live here the following year. He owns eight hundred acres, five hundred acres of which are excellent agricultural land. He has a fine, modern, dwelling house, large barns and outbuildings, and his farm well improved and in a high state of cultivation. There is also a good school house on his land. His house, a two story structure, is situated on the Davenport-Fort Spokane road, and in one of the choicest locations in the vicinity. Both he and Mrs Reinbold are members of the Lutheran Church. Mr and Mrs Reinbold have eight children, Jacob P, Frederick W, Elizabeth C, Louise C, Simon M, Freda M and Charles G." (History of Big Bend, 1904: page 365) 
 
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 Spouse:
  Louise Buck Reinbold (1869 - 1955)*
 
 Children:
  Simon Matthew Reinbold (1899 - 1995)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Egypt Cemetery
Lincoln County
Washington, USA
 
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Originally Created by: Scotty
Record added: Nov 24, 2009
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Jacob Reinbold
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