Name: Florentz Alphonse WOHLEBER 1
Birth: 11 JAN 1829 in Bergbieten, Bas Rhin, Alsace, France 2
Death: 9 JAN 1904 in Troy Hill, Reserve Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. 3
Burial: 12 JAN 1904 Most Holy Name Cemetery, Mt. Troy Rd., Reserve Twp., Allegheny Co., PA.
Religion: Roman Catholic
Change Date: 25 MAY 2005|
Helena SIMON b: 18 FEB 1827 in Bergbieten, Bas Rhin, Alsace, France
9 AUG 1853
in Allegheny City [North Side, Pgh.], Allegheny Co., PA.
- Note: St. Mary RC Church 1 4
- Florentz Alphonse WOHLEBER b: 18 FEB 1854 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Philomena WOHLEBER b: ABT 1856 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Helena 'Ellen' WOHLEBER b: 18 FEB 1857 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Alphonse 'Al' S. WOHLEBER b: 30 SEP 1861 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Francis 'Frank' Xavier WOHLEBER b: 10 APR 1863 in Mt. Troy, Reserve Twp., Allegheny Co., PA.
- Louis WOHLEBER b: 25 AUG 1865 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Alexander 'Alex' Aloysius WOHLEBER b: 1867 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Pius Martin WOHLEBER b: 1869 in Allegheny Co., PA.
- Type: E-Mail Message
Text: Info from Debbie Magee whose husband is a descendant of Helena SIMON. E-mail: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
She got much of her info on the WOHLEBER family from: "Skip's Geneaology Records" by Francis J. Young ('Skip').
- Type: Gravestone
Detail: Gravestone information
- Type: Death Certificate
Text: Death record, from Microfilm, Allegheny County Courthouse, Pgh., PA.:
"Wohleber, Florentz Sr., white, male, aged 74 years 11 months 28 days, married, died Jan 9, 1904, cause of death pneumonia, date of record Jan 10, 1904, both parents names unknown, born Germany, lived at 27 Lowrie St., 13th Ward, Reserve Township, Allegheny Co., Funeral at Most Holy Name Jan 12, 1904."
Doctor and funeral director's names and addresses difficult to read.
- Type: Church Records
Title: St. Mary's Church Records, Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA.
Repository: Hilman Library, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
Place: Microfilm record, #8 on page
Text: Marriage record for son Florentz's ('Franciscus') marriage to Helena, in old Latin style, identifies father as 'Josephius Wolleber'.
The church itself is no longer in operation, although the building and rectory still stand in what is now the Northside. Both have been turned into a commercial operation, a bed and breakfast and a banquet hall.