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|Steve Hetrick (#46977878)|
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My name is Stephan Hetrick and I have been researching Hetrick families of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is a work in progress and will be updated from time to time with new information. It should be noted that there were several origins of this name in Philadelphia as well as several spelling variations. |
About twenty years ago, I began researching my family name in the Philadelphia area. My paternal lineage, in America, begins there. As a starting point, I used the Philadelphia 1900 Census population of Hetrick names and their variant spellings. I first validated what was known to my family, still living in Philadelphia. With that as a foundation, I began to researching family records prior to 1900.
From time to time, I help others with their research. As a result, not all the names I submit are Hetrick surnames.
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|Dot Buchter||Martin Cramp|
I took this photo about two weeks ago and I see that you already have Martin Cramp on the site.
My photo is showing an Annie Cramp on the same headstone below Martin's name. Any other information is still below ground. Do you want me to add it? Can't paste it in this message block.
|Lorraine Adrian Hornig||Erwin Hetrick|
My great-great grandfather is Erwin Hetrick. I have many fond memories of my great-grandmother, Josephine (Hetrick) Katz. She died September 15, 1957 when I was 5 years old. I have never forgotten her and have always wanted to find her grave. After locating her death certificate, I learned that she was interred at Northwood Cemetery in the Hetrick Lot (in the Ivy Section)...Lot #81, grave #3. I am about an hour outside Philadelphia, so I am planning to visit very soon. Josephine's husband, Pierson Katz is also buried in the lot. I don't know if their individual names are on the Erwin Monument, but I hope so. Anyway, I was surprised to learn that, even though I found your Erwin Hetrick post several years ago, his daughter is buried here as well. Are you interested in having a photo of Josephine? I have one from when she was younger and another when she was older in the 1940s.
|todd hetrick||2 Brothers came from Germany|
My grand mother Erma Hartzel Hetrick gave me a family history that was done by Edgar Hetrick's son when he was in his 60s. When I was in college I took the research paper work to my English teacher, and his statement was "he spent a lot of money to get this" that in 1992. Per the research he had the Hetrick family migrating from the Rein valley in Germany in 1726 which were 2 brothers. They came to Philly, and he even had the name of the ship. Also, from my Hetrick Line with Susan Lingenfelter Hetrick she had lost 7 children from what I remember as a maybe scarlet fever epidemic. My Grand Mother also had an orginal picture with the remaining family to include Peter Synder Hetrick from circa 1900. Apparently she donated it to someone form a geneology society prior to her death. Also, he travel to Germany and found the grave sites for all the Hetricks, and show how the name change when the brothers came to America.
I like that you dedicated 8 years research our family orgin, but you are missing some pieces. The Hetrick family starts from 2 brothers that left Germany in 1726.
|Roberta G||Mary E. Inman|
Mary had another son.
Was first married to Henry Smith and had at least 2 children by him:
George Washington Smith b. 18 Jun 1870 Chicago, Cook County, IL d. 22 Nov 1922 Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Charles Elijah is already linked. We don't know when he went to live with the Curtis family or why.
Henry died about 1885. According to a letter written by George Smith's son, Jack, the family moved to Omaha, Nebraska in 1872 or 1873. Henry died about 1885 or 1886.
She had a sister named Sarah, called Sadie, who had 15 children. George went to live with his mother's (Mary's) family in Philadelphia, PA. Charles Elijah was raised by Laton & Rachel Curtis and took their surname.
This all I know of my paternal great grandfather's (Charles Elijah Curtis) mother.
|So Little Time||RE: Charles Hetrick|
Still looking for Anna Rittenhouse too. We all know she's out there.....
|BP||Elizabeth Weaver Hetrick|
I've just started researching the Hetrick family in Philadelphia. Your work is amazing! Thank you for sharing it. I was wondering what source you used for the maiden name of Weaver for Elizabeth Weaver Hetrick. On the death certificate for her son, George Washington Hetrick, her maiden name is given as Elizabeth Schaefer, born in Schaeferville, PA. Thanks!
Added by BP on Feb 01, 2016 12:02 PM
|Karen Sklencar||Martin Joseph Finchen|
My great grandmonther was Eva Hetrick. Martin was her first husband. My great grandmother and Martin had 2 daughters, Caroline Dolores Finchen and Mary Finchen. Caroline was my Grandmother! After Martin passed away, Eva remarried and had 3 additional children.
My Mother has been trying to find information on Martin Finchen, my grandmothers father. If you have any pictures or information about Martin, I would love to talk to you.
Hello! I would like to talk with you further about this side of your family tree. I believe we may be related.
|Harold Weigle||Clara V. (Deardorff) Hartman's Death Date|
Although Clara's tombstone says she died in 1919, I believe this is incorrect. She appears to be alive at the time of the 1920 census. Also, her obituary appears in the Gettysburg Compiler on May 7, 1921. It says she died on May 1, 1921.