Texas Family Group Sheet for the Henry GOLDSTICKER Family


Husband: Henry GOLDSTICKER
Birthdate: 4 July 1843
Birthplace: Breslau, Prussia
Death date: 9 August 1888
Place of death: Milam County, Texas
Burial: Jewish Cemetery, Rockdale, Milam, Texas
Father:
Mother:

Marriage date:
Marriage place: Probably Texas

Wife: Gabreilla PHILIPSON
Birthdate: 24 April 1852
Birthplace: Prussia
Death date: 22 July 1936
Place of death: Denver, Colorado
Burial: Emanuel Cemetery, Denver, CO
Father:
Mother:

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Minnie GOLDSTICKER
Sex: F
Birthdate: 27 March 1875
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 14 Feb 1955
Place of death: Texas or Colorado
Burial:
Marriage date: 14 Nov 1906
Marriage place: Denver, CO
Spouse's name: Abram HEITLER

Child No. 2: Albert Henry GOLDSTICKER
Sex: M
Birthdate: 21 Oct 1877
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 8 July 1948
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: Abt 1914
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Tressie unknown

Child No. 3: Ralph Philipson GOLDSTICKER
Sex: M
Birthdate: 18 Dec 1880
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 25 April 1962
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: 22 Oct 1918
Marriage place: St Louis, MO
Spouse's name: Henrietta ROTHSCHILDE

Child No. 4: George GOLDSTICKER
Sex: M
Birthdate: 20 Sept 1882
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 22 Aug 1883
Place of death: Milam County, Texas
Burial: Jewish Cemetery, Rockdale, Milam, Texas
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:
 
 
Documentation:
* 1860 Census, Lavaca, Calhoun Cnty, Texas.
* 1870 Census, Fort Davis, Presidio Cnty, Texas.
* 1880 Census, Rockdale, Milam, Texas. Listed as a Retail grocer - actually propietor of the Boss Saloon. Licensed to sell liquor.
* 1900 Census Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas (Gabreilla Goldsticker).
* 1910 Census Denver, Co (Abram Heitler).
* 1920 Census Denver, CO (Abram Heitler).
* 1930 Census, DEnver, CO (Heitler, Minnie G).

Notes:
* Served in the Confederate Army. Enlisted April 20, 1861 at Lavaca, CAlhoun County, Texas in the Lavaca Guard Light Infantry, 24th Brigade, Texas State Troops.
* After war, owned some land in west Texas.
* Died of Bright's disease. After his death, Gabriella moved to Dallas, Texas and lived near her brother Ludwig Philipson.
* By 1910 Gabreilla had moved to Denver to live with her daughter Minnie and her husband, Abram Heitler.
 

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