This Jacob Ebinger shares a tombstone with his parents-in-law, parents of Johanna Catherine Abendschon Ebinger, who was daughter and spouse to two Jacobs.
This Jacob, her husband, was the son of Johann Jakob Ebinger and Christian Friderika Breitenbucher of Schwaigern, Germany. (Thank you to Schwaigern researcher Ulf Hartmann for clarifications on the family origins.)
The Abendshon/Abendshoen/Ebinger men were involved in the harness and leather works or related tannery and glue businesses in Union Township, Harmar and Marietta. Descendants also had the Turner-Ebinger department store.
The couple had eight or nine children in Marietta.
Schwaigern, Germany, researcher Ulf Hartmann reported that this Jacob immigrated in May 1847, on the D’Orleans, with his wife and her parents and brother. His wife's uncle Frederick Abendshon (in Harmar Cemetery) and family followed a year later, along the same route.
Catharine Abendshon Ebinger (1826 - 1876)
Frederick H Ebinger (1849 - 1923)*
Henry Jacob Ebinger (1850 - 1931)*
Caroline Ebinger Theis (1852 - 1941)*
David A Ebinger (1856 - 1931)*
William H. Ebinger (1858 - 1933)*
Alfred G. Ebinger (1860 - 1900)*
Catherine H. Ebinger Kelly (1864 - 1953)*
Emma Ebinger Menzel (1865 - 1958)*
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Originally Created by: Dave
Record added: Jun 04, 2006
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