Johann Jakob Scheiblen (Scheiblin) married Anna Maria Roesin in Feldberg, Baden, Germany on 4-Apr-1831. Johann Jakob Scheiblen was born on 29-Jan-1809 and was a son of Johann Goerg Scheiblen and Barbara Trefzer. Anna Maria Roesin was the daughter of Jakob Roesin and Anna Maria Schmidlin. Johann Georg Scheiblen and Barbara Trefzer were married on 24-Nov-1805.
The family of Johann Jakob Schieblen and Anna Maria Roesin are listed on the passenger list of the ship Albany which arrived in New York on 7-Apr-1847. The family includes Jacob age 38, Anne age 25, Marie age 10, Barbe age 4, Jacob age 8 and Frederic age 6. Frederick Scheiblin (Scheiblen) was the subject of the Shively blog on 16-Jul-2017 and Jacob Scheiblen was the subject of the Shively blog on 21-Jul-2017. This weeks blog gives information on Anna Mary Scheiblen and Barbara Mary Scheiblen.
"Ann Mary" Shively married George Barnhart on 5-Oct-1851 in Huntington County, IN. The 1860 census record for Village of Huntington, Huntington County, IN list the family of George Bernhart age 42, wife Anna M. age 25, daughter Eleanor age 5, daughter Catharine age 2, and daughter Louisa age 2 months. On the 1870 Town of Huntington, Huntington County, IN census is the household of George Barnhart age 42, wife Mary age 36, daughter Elinora age 14, daughter Catherine age 11, daughter Barbara age 9, daughter Louisa age 7, and daughter Mary age 5.
Information regarding the death of George Barnhardt was found in The Huntington Democrat, Huntington, Indiana, Thursday, March 18, 1886, Page 3, Column 3:
The city and county has lost a good citizen in the death of Mr. George Barnhardt, which occurred at his home in the First ward, last Tuesday. He was sick but a few days, but his disease baffled medical skill from the first and death soon came. Mr. Barnhardt, very probably, did not have an extensive acquaintance throughout the county as some have, but he was an honest, upright and moral man. For many years he kept the little barber shop on West Market street, and there day, after day, he could be found always pleasant and cheerful. He came to this place from Philadelphia thirty-eight years ago. He was born in Germany, but came to America several years before he came to the West. He leaves a widow (a second wife) and five daughters, four of whom live in Cincinnati and one in Newport, Ky., to mourn his death, but their grief is shared by all who knew him intimately. The funeral takes place to-day (Thursday) at 2 o'clock, from the Lutheran church, of which he has long been a faithful member. Deceased was 67 years and 7 months of age. Death was caused by inflammation of the bowels.
Mary Barbara Scheiblen was born 7-Nov-1843 in Germany and died 6-Dec-1910 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. She was married to Henry Fred Kellermeyer who was born 10-Feb-1837 and died 18-Oct-1915. Both are buried in Walnut Hills Cemetery in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. The daughters of Anna Mary Scheiblen Barnhart seem to have lived with Mary Barbara Scheiblen Kellermeyer after Anna Mary's death. Listed on the 1880 Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH census record is the household of H. F. Kellermeyer age 42, wife Mary B age 37, niece Lenore Barnhart age 24, niece Katy Barnhart age 22, niece Louise Barnhart age 20 and niece Mary Barnhart age 14. On the 1900 Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH census is the family of Henry Kellermeyer born Feb-1837 age 63 married 28 years, wife Barbara born Sep-1843 age 56, having born 4 children with 1 child living, daughter Isabella born Oct-1881 age 18, niece Elener Barnhardt born Oct-1855 age 44, niece Katie Barnhardt born Dec-1857 age 42, and niece Mary Barnhardt born Jul-1866 age 33.
Located in The Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, Friday, December 9, 1910, Page 7, Column 1:
KELLERMEYER - Mary B. Kellermeyer (nee Scheiblin), age 67 years, beloved wife of Henry Kellermeyer, Tuesday, December 6 at 10:45 p.m., at residence, No. 318 Hopkins st. Funeral Saturday from the German Evangelical Lutheran Trinity Church at 2 p.m. Friends invited.