Wife of John Finkbohner (1863-1934) who is buried outside Narrowsburg, NY in Lava Cemetery.
Lena Kupferer Finkbohner, was born in Ulm, Germany and died 19 Oct 1954. She is buried in Woodland Cemetary in Dayton OH with their son, Otto Finkbohner. John Finkbohner joined Lena in Paterson, New Jersey after arriving in America on 4 March 1889, and married her one year and four days after arrival on 8 March 1890.
The family of her brother, Andreas (later as Andrew) Kupferer, arrived in Paterson, New Jersey in the same year as Lena. Andrew was a baker, and some of his children worked in the silk mills, as did Lena's husband John and her brother-in-law in later years. Although not confirmed, it is highly likely that Lena may have immigrated the same year as her brother, but prior to her husbands arrival. Andreas served as one of the witnesses to her marriage.
Lena Finkbohner ID 29952 Interment # 65510
Burial Location: Section 123 Lot 34 A M Tier
Burial Date 22 Oct 1954
Death Date 19 Oct 1954 A
Birth Date 14 Apr 1868
Birth Place Germany (City of Ulm according to husbands naturalization papers)
Funeral Home O.G. Marker
As confirmed by both church records and her marriage license application, her parents were Andreas Kupferer (1820-1871) of Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and Karoline Armbruster (1845-1888) originally of Önsbach, Baden, Germany, but later moved to Ulm. Witness of marriage was Andreas Kupferer of Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, and she was residing in the household of Andreas Kupferer at the time of her marriage (confirmed to be her brother).
Her grandparents were Joseph Kupferer (1794-1858) and Genovese Kim (1795-1849); and, Mathias Armbruster (1810-1848) and Sofie Lorenz (1822-1895). The Armbrusters were from Önsbach, Baden, Germany.
Her known great grandparents were Heinrich Armbruster (1779-1817) and his wife Sofie Braun(1783-1829) [parents of Mathias Armbruster]. Also, Alois Lorenz (1788-1858) and his wife Barbara Sauer (1791-1869).
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