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HELP! Ancestor is complete! Grave has been located flag photo of Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT   Wilhelm Albert "William"  THEINERT

  (b. 15 August 1870 Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA   d. 2 December 1926 Rochester, New York, USA )  
Age: 56

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Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT was born 15 August 1870 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA

Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT was the child of August Karl THEUNERT (THEINERT)   and   Johanna Ernestine WALTHER and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Johann Karl Gottlieb THEUNERT and Johanna Rosalie MÄNNIG

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Wilhelm Albert "William"  married  Alice A BARKER 18 April 1896 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. They divorced. Alice A BARKER  was born March 1870 in Waterville, Maine, USA.  Alice A was the child of Charles Edward BARKER and Frances M PERKINS.

Wilhelm Albert "William"  married  (2) Annie DODSON 8 November 1907 in Maynard, Massachusetts, USA .  They divorced. Annie DODSON  was born April 1870 in England (United Kingdom).  Annie died 24 December 1951 in Rochester, New York, USA.  Annie was the child of Thomas DODSON and Jane THORNTON.

Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT died 2 December 1926 in Rochester, New York, USA.

NOTE: Jessie Cobb worked for the Theinert family in Sabattus, Maine at the time of her murder


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Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT married flag female ancestor Alice A BARKER-- Date: 18 April 1896 Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910


Alice A BARKER was the child of Charles Edward BARKER and Frances M PERKINS


He is from Providence, RI. She is from Gardiner, Maine. Both are 26. He is a woolen spinner. She is a waitress. He was born in Pittsfield, MA. She was born in Waterville, ME. It is the first marriage for both.

NOTE: They were divorced in 1907.

Groom's name: William A Theinert
Groom's age: 26 years
Groom's estimated birth year: 1870
Groom's birthplace: Pittsfield, ,
Bride's name: Alice Barker
Bride's age: 26 years
Bride's estimated birth year: 1870
Bride's birthplace: Waterville, , Maine
Marriage date (original): 18 Apr 1896
Marriage date: 18 Apr 1896
Marriage place:
Groom's father's name: August Theinert
Groom's mother's name: Johanna
Father of bride's name: Charles Barker
Mother of bride's name: Lucy
Marital status:
Bride's marital status:
Film number: 1843697
Digital GS number: 4332397
Image number: 96
Number of images:
Reference number: p 89 no 1595
Marriage registration place: Boston, , Massachusetts
Marriage registration year: 1896
Collection: Massachusetts Marriage Records, 1841-1915

Divorced Oct 1907, Supreme Court, Auburn, Maine - The Lewiston Daily Sun, October 14, 1907. Alice was living in Lewiston at the time. William was living in Westerly, Rhode Island. Reason for divorce "utter desertion" - custody of Gladys given to Alice.


Children of Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT and Alice A BARKER:

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag female ancestor Gladys E THEINERT (b.9 September 1898, Lewiston, Maine, USA  d. 15 November 1922, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
m. Frank Thomas CULLEN 18 August 1919 in , Ohio, USA




Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT married Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!immigrant flag photo of Annie DODSON  Annie DODSON-- Date: 8 November 1907 Place: Maynard, Massachusetts, USA
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910


Annie DODSON was the child of Thomas DODSON and Jane THORNTON


BOTH ARE 37. SECOND MARRIAGE FOR BOTH. Both are residing in Maynard at the time of marriage. He is a mule fixer and she is a mill operative.

Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915
name: William A Theinert
titles & terms:
event: Marriage
event date: 08 Nov 1907
event place: Maynard, , Massachusetts
gender: Male
age: 37
marital status: Divorced
race:
birth date: 1870
birthplace: Pittsfield, , Massachusetts
marriage registration year:
marriage registration place: Maynard, , Massachusetts
estimated birth year: 1870
father: August Theinert
father's titles & terms:
mother: Johanna Walters
mother's titles & terms:
spouse: Annie Dodson Bubier
spouse's titles & terms:
spouse's race:
spouse's marital status: Divorced
spouse's father: Thomas Dodson
spouse's father's titles & terms:
spouse's mother: Jane Thornton
spouse's mother's titles & terms:
record number: 3885
film number: 2315300
digital folder number: 4329358
image number: 00235
number of images: 1
source: familysearch.org


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birth1870 Birth
15 August 1870
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA (Coltsville)
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Parents are Augustus and Hannah. Augustus is a factory hand. Both parents were born in Prussia.
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910
1871 - Baptism
Wilhelm Albert Theunert
b. 15 Aug 1870
baptised 28 May 1871
parents: Carl August Theunert from Marklissa
Johnanne Ernest Walter
witnesses:
August Bergmann
Charles Feige
Lissie Freschi


The German Evangelical Lutheran church - In 1859, when the Protestant German population of Pittsfield was about 400, arrangements were made by a portion of them for devine service in their own language. These services were first held in private houses, and with occasional visits by clergymen from New York. But in April, 1859, Rev. Augustus Grotrain, a learned and able minister of Albany, accepted a call, and organized the German Evangelical Lutheran Church of Pittsfield. The town subsequently granted a pleasant site in the corner of First street burial-ground, where the church was erected, at a cost of $2,274.00 and which was dedicated September 14, 1865. There present pastor is Rev. John D. Hagar.

Title Gazetteer of Berkshire County, Mass., 1725-1885
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ZION'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS - BIRTHS AND BAPTISMS, 1860-1923
1880 Vernon, Tolland, Connecticut
Name: William Theinert
Residence: Vernon, Tolland, Connecticut
Birth date: 1871
Birthplace: Massachusetts, United States
Relationship to head-of-household: Son
Spouse's name:
Spouse birthplace:
Father's name: Augustus Theinert
Father's birthplace: Germany
Mother's name: Johanna Theinert
Mother's birthplace: Germany
Race or color (expanded): White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Marital status: Single
Age: 9 years
Occupation:
NARA film number: T9-0109
Page: 40
Page: D
Entry number: 1177
Film number: 1254109
Collection: United States Census, 1880

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1890 Holyoke, Massachusetts
Name: William Thinert
Occupation: employed
Business Name: Germania Mills
Business Address: boards 91 Jackson
City: Holyoke
State: MA
Year: 1890
Holyoke, Massachusetts Directories, 1888-90, 1892
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marriage1896 Marriage / Partner
Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT and Alice A BARKER 18 April 1896, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
1898 Lewiston, Maine
In Lewiston, Maine in 1898 as evidenced by daughter's birth record.
1898 Birth of Child
Gladys E THEINERT was born 9 September 1898, Lewiston, Maine, USA
1900 - Webster, Androscoggin, Maine
January 20, 1900
Sabattus, ME. - The four set mill of the Webster Woolen Co. is now running night and day filling orders of light weights. The day overseers are as follows: Carder, Fred Ashton; second hand, Edward Gunther; spinner, William Theinerd; second hand, Fred Stevens; weaver, Charles billings; second hand, Frank Lumbert; finisher, J. WOod, second hand, Edward Danford; dyer, W. Bain. The mill has put in a new engine lately.
Fibre & Fabric: A Record of American Textile Industries in the Cotton and Woolen Trade, Volume 30; Page 274


1900 U.S. Census taken 12 June 1900
Theinert, William A., head, b. Aug 1870, MA, age 29, parents b. Germany, spinner in mill
Alice A., wife, b. March 1870, ME, age 30, parents b. ME
Gladys L., daughter, b. Sept 1898, ME, age 1
1900-1901. Directory of Androscoggin County, Maine
Webster Directory
Theinert, William, overseer, W. W. Co., Sabattus
STILL A MYSTERY. Jessie Cobb's Murderer and His Motive Are Not Yet Revealed. LEWISTON POLICE ON THE ALERT. Several of Dead Girls Friends In Sabbattus Interviewed. WHERE IS FRED BROOKS?
The veil which covers the crime connected with the Jessie Cobb case, has not yet been raised. There is no longer any doubt but that it was murder, but now the people are interested to know who the murderer was and the motive for committing the crime. It is quite generally known that Miss Cobb had several gentleman friends in Lewiston, and while perhaps suspicion points to no one in particular, there are one or two that the police are anxious to find, and learn what they know about the case.

That more of the facts concerning Jessie Cobb might be presented to the public, a Sun man visited Sabattus yesterday and interviewed several of her acquaintances at that place. All appeared to be interested in the case and were very willing to talk. In some instances they were quite eager to learn the latest news concerning the death of Miss Cobb and asked if the police were making any great stir to solve the mystery. All who were seen Thursday by a Sun reporter, said that they felt confident...Read MORE...


1902 Resigned from Webster Woolen Company
William Theinert, boss spinner in the Webster Woolen Company Mill, has severed his connection with that concern and accepted a more lucrative position in Connecticut.
The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, August 9, 1902


Wm Theinert, who was formerly of Sabatis and later of Thompsonville, Ct., where he had a very desirable position, has lately resigned a position in the Cowan Mill in Lewiston, in order to resume work in the Webster Mill. The ill health of Mrs. Theinert will not allow her to remove to Connecticut.
Lewiston Evening Journal, Tuesday, October 7, 1902


William Thenaut who left Sabattus about two months ago for Thomasville has returned to the village and resumed his labors as boss spinner.
The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, October 10, 1902
1902-03 Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine, Directory
Charles W. Davis, public carriage, h 14 Lowell, Lewiston
Alice Theinert Mrs. bds 14 Lowell
William A Theinert, overseer, Webster Woolen Co. Sabattus h 255 1/ 2 Sabattus
1902
The family of William Theinert will stop with Mrs. Theinert's mother, Mrs. Davis for a time prepartory to moving to Connecticut where Mr. Theinert has obtained a fine position. He was boss weaver in the Webster Woolen Mills while here and made manyh friend who regret to have him leave the village.

The Lewiston Daily Sun
Lewiston, Maine
Sat, August 16, 1902
1904 - Sabattus / Lewiston
The Webster Woolen Co. are running in full on overcoatings and suitings... Wm. A. Theinert, overseer of spinning, spooling and dressing in the upper mill, is taking a short vacation, the first in five years. In his absence, Jos. A. Ruel is in charge.
Fibre & fabric; a record of American textile industries ... v. 39 (1904). Page 998, February 20, 1904.


1904 Sabattus, Maine Thanks to Gail
'The following article appeared in the July 8, 1904 “Daily Kennebec Journal:
“Augusta, Maine – Five year old daughter of William Theinert, Overseer at Webster Woolen Mill #1 ½ was thrown from the back of a pet calf with which she was playing and received a bad fracture at the left elbow joint. There is almost a certainty of a stiffening of the joint. The child was taken to the Central Maine General Hospital.”'

1904 Daughter Broke Arm
Broke Her Arm

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1904-05 Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine, Directory
Theinert William A, overseer, (Sabattus) h 274 Main
1905 - Hanover, Illinois
William A. Theunert has accepted the position of boss spinner for the Hanover Woolen Mfg. Co., Hanover, Ill.
Textile world record. v.29 1905 Apr-Sep.
Page 172

William Theinert is now overseer of spinning with the Hanover (Ill.) Woolen Co. Mr. Theinert comes from Cleveland O., to his new position, but used to be at 1 1/ 2 mill, Webster Woolen Co., Sabattus, Me.
Page 959
August 17, 1905
American Wool and Cotton Reporter
Title America's Textile Reporter: For the Combined Textile Industries, Volume 19
Published 1905
1905 - Textile world record, Volume 28
'E. H. Witt of Holyoke, Mass., succeeds Wm. A. Theinert, resigned, as overseer of spinning, spooling and twisting for the Webster Woolen Company, Sabattus, Me.'

Title Textile world record, Volume 28
Publisher Lord & Nagle Co., 1905
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Dec 13, 2008
Page 171
October 1904-March 1905
Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT - 1906 Cleveland Title	Fibre & fabric: a record of American textile industries in the cotton and woolen trade, Volume 44 Published	1906 Original from
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1906 Cleveland
Title Fibre & fabric: a record of American textile industries in the cotton and woolen trade, Volume 44
Published 1906
Original from the New York Public Library
Digitized Jun 6, 2006
Page 7
marriage1907 Marriage / Partner
Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT and Annie DODSON 8 November 1907, Maynard, Massachusetts, USA
1907 - America's Textile Reporter: For the Combined Textile Industries, Volume 21
'The overseers and second hands of the Northern Ohio Blanket mills, Cleveland O. are as follows: ... Spinner, Wm. A. Theinert...'
Title America's Textile Reporter: For the Combined Textile Industries, Volume 21
Published 1907
Original from the New York Public Library
Digitized Apr 29, 2011
page 144
January 3, 1907
1907 - Fibre & fabric: a record of American textile industries in the cotton and woolen trade, Volume 45
'Lawrence, Mass. - Harry W. Scatchard, second hand of spinning for the Northern Ohio blanket mills, Cleveland, Ohio, has resigned and come to Lawrence. Wm. A. Thienert, overseer of spinning has also resigned and accepted a similar position with the Dresden (Ohio) woolen mills.'


Title Fibre & fabric: a record of American textile industries in the cotton and woolen trade, Volume 45
Published 1907
Original from the New York Public Library
Digitized Jun 6, 2006
Page 93
February 9, 1907
1907 - Textile world record, Volume 32
'William A. Thienert, overseer of spinning at the Northern Ohio Blanket Mills, Cleveland, Ohio, has resigned.'

Title Textile world record, Volume 32
Publisher Lord & Nagle Co., 1907
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Dec 12, 2008
Page 174
October 1906-March 1907
1907
1907 - Westerly, Rhode Island
According to his divorce in October of 1907, William is living in Westerly, Rhode Island.
The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, Monday Morning, October, 14, 1907
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1907 - Maynard, Massachusetts
According to his marriage in November of 1907, William is living in Maynard, Massachusetts. He is a mule fixer.
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Wilhelm Albert "William" THEINERT - 1907 Divorce The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, Monday Morning, October, 14, 1907
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1907 Divorce
The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, Monday Morning, October, 14, 1907
1909 Census, Webster, Maine - he is living in RI
Dodson Tom mill op
Jane (Thornton
* Ruth A (m Conley Addison, Conn
* Geo H mill op Dover, N H
* Annie (m Tinot R I


The Webster, West Gardiner, Litchfield, and Monmouth Register 1909.
Main Author: Mitchell, H. E. 1877-
Language(s): English
Published: Augusta, Me., Mitchell Pub. Co., 1909.
Part II
Page 7

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1910 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Name William A Thirmeat
Birthplace Massachusetts
Relationship to Head of Household Self
Residence Cleveland Ward 5, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Marital Status Married
Race White
Gender Male
Immigration Year
Father's Birthplace Germany
Mother's Birthplace Germany
Family Number 10
Page Number 1
Household Gender Age
William A Thirmeat M 39y
Spouse Annie Thirmeat F 39y
Child Archibald Bubier M 18y


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1910 Sabattus, Maine
'The 1910 census lists a Gladys E. Theinert, born 1898 living in the Webster, Androscoggin, ME area with the Spoffard family … and a boarder Elbridge Libby.
The form lists her father born in MA; mother in ME which is in keeping with the birth locations of William and Alice. Perhaps the Spoffards were Alice’s family. I am firmly convinced that Gladys is the child thrown from the back of the pet calf. The last Theinert I could find in ME was in the 1908 directory: Alice A. Theinert (no age) boards at 185 Main, Lewiston.'
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Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1911
Name: Wm A Theinert
Residence Year: 1911
Street Address: 3223 Fulton rd
Residence Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Occupation: Foreman
Publication Title: Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1911
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Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1912
Name: Wm Theinert
Residence Year: 1912
Residence Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Occupation: Foreman
Publication Title: Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1912
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1913 Cleveland, Ohio City Directory
Theinert, Wm A.
Page Number: 2091
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Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1916
Name: Wm Theinert
Residence Year: 1916
Street Address: 3300 Clark av SW
Residence Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Occupation: Foreman
Publication Title: Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1916
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1917 Cleveland, Ohio City Directory
Name: William Theinert
Residence Year: 1917
Street address: 3300 Clark av SW
Residence Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Occupation: Foreman
Publication Title: Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1917

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1920 Clark Ave., Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio
William Theinert, age 49, b. MA, parents b. Germany, auditor in factory
Anna Theinert, wife, age 49, b. England, naturalized, parents b. England

Living next to them (Anna's parents):

Thomas Dodsen, age 79, b. England, year of immigration 1890, naturalized 1900
Jane Dodsen, age 80, b. England, year of immigration 1890, naturalized 1900
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1921 Witness to Naturalization
NATURALIZATION RECORDS 1818-1931
From the Naturalization card files at the Cuyahoga County Archives

Haigh Fred Dodson
Address: 4325 Hodgeon Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
1534761, Vol. 59, Pg. 229 Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Ohio
Born: Great Britain April 6, 1873
Date and Port: May 8, 1915, New York
Naturalized: 24-May-21
Witnesses: Wm. A. Theinert, 3300 Clark Ave. Edwin L. Barlag, 3300 Clark Ave.
Notes: Soundex: H200

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Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1922
Theinert Wm liquid air dept Clev Wire Div h 3300 Clark av
Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory, 1922
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1922 Death of Child
Gladys E THEINERT died 15 November 1922, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
1923 Rochester, New York
Living in Rochester, New York in 1923 according to mother-in-law's death information stated in the newspaper below.

Date: October 29, 1923
Location: Ohio
Paper: Plain Dealer

1925
Name: William A Theinert
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1925
Residence Place: Rochester, New York
Spouse: Annie Theinert
Publication Title: Rochester, New York, City Directory, 1925

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1926
The Daily Record, Rochester, New York, Thursday, December 2, 1926

BILLS OF SALE
Margaret Glascon to Wm. A. Theinert, stock and fixtures, good will. $1.


The Daily Record, Rochester, New York, Friday, December 10, 1926

SURROGATE'S COURT
Matter of estate of Wm T Theinert, deed/ Letters of administration issued to Annie D Theinert— Glen & Williams for pet.
Obituary
Rochester Post Express, Date: December 1926 (exact date unknown)
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THEINERT. Suddenly, Thursday, December 2, 1926, William A. Theinert. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Annie Dodson Theinert; one son, Archie L. Bubeer, of No. 349 Latta road; one sister, Mrs. Annie Slade, of Bristol, Conn., and two brothers, Edward, of Albion, R.I., and Herman Theinert. Deceased was a member of Bigelow Lodge, No. 243, F. and A. M. of Cleveland, Ohio; Assabet Aerie, No. 1643, Fraternal Order of Eagles, of Maynard, Mass.; and Pearl Tent No. 23, the Maccabees of Cleveland, Ohio.

Funeral servies at the residence, No. 349 Latta road, Monday, December 6, 1926, at 2 P.M. Burial at Riverside cemetery.
death1926 Death
2 December 1926
Rochester, New York, USA


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