Margaret Rinehart1

F, b. 10 July 1843, d. 11 February 1861
     Margaret Rinehart was born on 10 July 1843 at Guernsey Co., OH, 1860 census shows her age 20.2,1 She was the daughter of Joseph Rhinehart and Rachel Long.1 Margaret Rinehart died on 11 February 1861 at Guernsey Co., OH, at age 17.

Citations

  1. [S9] 1860 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1020; FHL #805020.
  2. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.

Mary Rinehart

F, b. 17 May 1783, d. 23 April 1863
     Mary Rinehart was born on 17 May 1783 at North Coventry Twp., Chester Co., PA. She was the daughter of John Rinehart and Hannah Frick. Mary Rinehart married Rev. John Price, son of Rev. George Price and Sarah Harley, in 1801. Mary Rinehart died on 23 April 1863 at age 79.

Children of Mary Rinehart and Rev. John Price

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 167.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 168.
  3. [S82] Price Genealogy, 188.

Mary Rinehart

F, b. 1 January 1836, d. 22 December 1916
     Mary Rinehart was born on 1 January 1836 at Guernsey Co., OH. She was the daughter of Joseph Rhinehart and Rachel Long. Mary Rinehart married Isaac Newton Bell on 5 October 1869. Mary Rinehart died on 22 December 1916 at Spring Hill Twp., Johnson Co., KS, at age 80.

Child of Mary Rinehart and Isaac Newton Bell

Citations

  1. [S1371] 1900 Federal Census, Johnson County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 484; FHL #240484.

Mary A. Rinehart

F, b. 10 September 1836, d. 6 January 1914
     Mary A. Rinehart was born on 10 September 1836. She was the daughter of Samuel Rinehart and Catherine Bonebrake. Mary A. Rinehart married Rev. Benjamin E. Price, son of Jacob Baker Price and Susannah Emmert, after July 1887 at Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA (probably). Mary A. Rinehart died on 6 January 1914 at Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA (probably), at age 77.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 731.

Moody F. Rinehart1

M, b. 10 May 1923, d. August 1973
     Moody F. Rinehart was born on 10 May 1923 at Perry or Muskingum Co., OH.1 He was the son of Nathaniel Rinehart and Sarah Jane Saum.1 Moody F. Rinehart died in August 1973 at age 50 dates per SSDI.

Citations

  1. [S1461] 1930 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1859; FHL #2341592.

Nathaniel Rinehart

M, b. 21 July 1888, d. November 1955
     Nathaniel Rinehart was born on 21 July 1888 at Perry Co. (probably), OH.1 He was the son of Thomas Jefferson Rinehart and Arminda P. Hutchinson.1 Nathaniel Rinehart married Sarah Jane Saum, daughter of Jacob Jefferson Saum and Isabella Thomas, on 6 September 1908 at Perry Co., OH. Nathaniel Rinehart died in November 1955 at age 67.

Children of Nathaniel Rinehart and Sarah Jane Saum

Citations

  1. [S329] 1900 Federal Census, Perry County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1313; FHL #1241313.
  2. [S1461] 1930 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1859; FHL #2341592.

Nellie I. Rinehart1

F, b. circa 1916
     Nellie I. Rinehart was born circa 1916 at Perry or Muskingum Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Rinehart and Sarah Jane Saum.1

Citations

  1. [S1461] 1930 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1859; FHL #2341592.

Olive Love Rinehart

F, b. 15 December 1885, d. 7 February 1976
     Olive Love Rinehart was born on 15 December 1885 at Knox Co. (probably), OH; daughter of Arthur and Laura A. (Barker) Rinehart.1 She married Ralph Bernard Ramey, son of Emmett M. Ramey and Mary Elizabeth Hawkins, on 28 October 1908 at Knox Co., OH. Olive Love Rinehart died on 7 February 1976 at age 90. She was buried in February 1976 at Union Cemetery, Burtonsville, Montgomery Co., MD, Findagrave #169615732.

Children of Olive Love Rinehart and Ralph Bernard Ramey

Citations

  1. [S2983] 1930 Federal Census, Knox County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1825; FHL #2341559.

Samuel Rinehart

M
     Samuel Rinehart married Catherine Bonebrake.

Child of Samuel Rinehart and Catherine Bonebrake

Thomas Jefferson Rinehart1

M, b. 26 September 1860, d. 27 April 1926
     Thomas Jefferson Rinehart was born on 26 September 1860 at Perry Co., OH.1 He married Arminda P. Hutchinson circa 1882.1 Thomas Jefferson Rinehart died on 27 April 1926 at Perry Co., OH, at age 65.

Child of Thomas Jefferson Rinehart and Arminda P. Hutchinson

Citations

  1. [S329] 1900 Federal Census, Perry County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1313; FHL #1241313.

Wesley Rinehart

M
     Wesley Rinehart married Martha Speaker.

Child of Wesley Rinehart and Martha Speaker

William Rinehart

M, b. circa 1850
     William Rinehart was born circa 1850. He married Sarah Welty, daughter of Abraham Welty and Sally Beery, on 25 December 1870.

Adam Rinewalt

M, b. circa 1771, d. 1844
     Adam Rinewalt was born circa 1771.1 He was the son of David Rinewalt and Catharine (?)1 Adam Rinewalt married Hannah Price, daughter of Rev. George Price and Sarah Harley.1 Adam Rinewalt died in 1844 at Royersford, Montgomery Co., PA, Killed on the P. & R. R. R. near Royersford.1

Children of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 195.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 196.
  3. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.
  4. [S82] Price Genealogy, 198.
  5. [S82] Price Genealogy, 200.
  6. [S82] Price Genealogy, 205.
  7. [S82] Price Genealogy, 208.

Adam Rinewalt1

M, b. 15 February 1810, d. 9 May 1894
     Adam Rinewalt was born on 15 February 1810 at Chester Co., PA.1 He was the son of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1 Adam Rinewalt married Mary Ann Lehn, daughter of Henry Lehn and Elizabeth Frick, on 9 January 1840.1 Occupation: Sheriff, Erie Co., N.Y., tax collector, town of Amherst; also held various other offices.1 Adam Rinewalt died on 9 May 1894 at Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, at age 84

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

AMHERST BEE-Death Notice-May 10th, 1894 DEATH of ADAM RINEWALT.

Mr. Adam Rinewalt of this village died Tuesday morning from the results of a bad fall sustained on Friday. He Accidentally tripped on a board about eight inches high he had placed edgewise across the front one of the stalls in his barn and fell with great force on the plank floor. He was in his 85 year, and an old resident of Erie County, coming here in 1820 from Westchester County, Pa. He held many public offices, including deputy sheriff, highway commissioner, and town collecter of Amherst, having been elected to the last postion for 10 years consecutibely.
He leaves a widow and four children, A.L Rinewalt, Editor of the Amherst Bee, Mrs S. K. Bales of Williamsville, H. L. Rinewalt of Jefferson Center, Butler County, Pa. and Mrs. C. Ingersoll of Belolt, Wis.
The funeral will be held on Friday from his late home at 2:30 o'clock
An obituary will appear in our next issue.

AMHERST BEE-Obituary-May 17th, 1894 ADAM RINEWALT

During the past fifteen years it has been the painful duty of the editor of the Bee to chronicle the death of many of our most worthy citizens, On this occasion the duty is unspeakably sad, for it is of the dear, kind cheery old father that we must write, one whose long life has been filled with love and unremitting kindness and gentleness in the family circle.

Adam Rinewalt was born in Chester County, Pa. February 15, 1810; died Wednesday, May 9, 1894, aged 84 years, 9 months and 24 days. His parents were Adam and Hannah Price-Rinewalt whose ancestors settled in Pennsylvania over 200 years ago. He was one of twelve children, and two sisters are still living in Pennsylvania. In 1836 the deceased came to the village and since been a resident here. In 1840 he was married to Mary A. Lehn, whose parents emigrated to this village from Pennsylvania before the war of 1812. Up to about twenty years ago Mr. Rinewalt took an active part in the duties of life, but owing to increasing deafness he was obliged to retire. In addition to the other bussiness interests with which he had been identified, he had held many public offices, including deputy sheriff, highway commissioner and Town Collecto of Amherst, having been elected to the postion 10 years consecutively. He was a man of splendid physque and undaunted courage. In his active participation of affairs concerning the prosperity of Williamsville and Amherst, and the wellfare of its people, he manfully assumed his share of resposlbility.

As highway commissioner in the early history of the town he laid out and caused to be graded many of its public highways, and in numerous other ways assisted in its properity and development. In riding over the Swamp Road recently, he stated to the writer that on several occasions, while on offical business, he had traveled that road on horseback, it being impossible to go otherwise, with water three and four feet deep and the logs of the corduroy road floating about in place. From this can be judged something of the trails of the early settlers of the town.

He was a great reader and was thoroughly posted on the affairs of the world. In addition to a carefull reading of the daily and weekly papers and magazines his fondness for reading can best be illustated by a statement of the fact during the past few years he read the entire work of the American and New American Cyclopedis, consisting of 26 large volumes, sceachingly from beginning to end. He had a wonderful memory, and to the last his mind was bright , clear and comprehensive. During his long life he displayed a seemingly inexhaustible stock of cheerful common sense that made him esteemed as a friend and neighbor, whose memory will long be cherished as that of a man among men.

In his family he was always kind, even-tempered, generous and affectionate. He gave with a free hand, unstintedly, constantly manifesting his noble disposition in the endeavor to make the lives of those around him happy and comfortable..

He leaves a widow and four children, A. T. Rinewalt Editor of the Amherst bee, Mrs. S.E. Baine of Williamsville, H. I. Rinewalt of Jefferson Center, Butler County, Pa. and Mrs. C. Ingersoll of Belolt, Wisconsin. They were all present at the funeral, as was also Mr. Ingersoll.

The funeral was held Friday from his late home at 2:30 o'clock P.M., Rev. A. M. Bancroft of Knowlesville, N.Y. assisted by Rev. I. T. Hawkins preached an excelent discourse. the floral offerings were beautiful.

Burial was held in the Williamsville Cemetery, and there, under bright shies and with nature at her loviest, was laid to rest the remains of one those long life of kindness and cheerfulness wil ever be remembered in the home and by friends.1

He was buried in May 1894 at Williamsville Cemetery, Williamsville, Erie Co., NY, Findagrave #45334137.

Children of Adam Rinewalt and Mary Ann Lehn

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 200.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 201.
  3. [S82] Price Genealogy, 202.
  4. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Adam Rinewalt1

M, b. 22 June 1882, d. 7 September 1882
     Adam Rinewalt was born on 22 June 1882 at Amherst, Erie Co., NY.1 He was the son of Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt and Sarah Filena Bloker.1 Adam Rinewalt died on 7 September 1882 at Amherst, Erie Co., NY.1 He was buried in September 1882 at Williamsville Cemetery, Williamsville, Erie Co., NY, Findagrave #46062791.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt1

M, b. 4 May 1849, d. 2 October 1902
     Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt was born on 4 May 1849 at Williamsville, Erie Co., NY.1 He was the son of Adam Rinewalt and Mary Ann Lehn.1 Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt married Sarah Filena Bloker, daughter of Andrew F. Bloker and Fanny E. Snyder, on 18 September 1878.1 Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt lived on 2 June 1880 at Williamsville, Erie Co., NY, Printer & publisher.2 He lived in 1900 at Williamsville, Erie Co., NY.1 Occupation: Publisher and Editor, the "Amherst Bee" in 1900.1 He died on 2 October 1902 at Erie Co., NY, at age 53

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Last Thursday evening, like a thunderbolt from a clear sky, came the crushing blow that Adam L. Rinewalt had passed from our midst. So suddenly, so unexpectedly did the announcement of the end news come, that it fell upon the community with the force of a public calamity.

For several months past Mr. Rinewalt had not been in his usual health, suffering from torpidity of the liver, which resulted about a month previous to his demise in jaundice. But few of us knew of the physical and mental suffering which had racked the strong body and tortured the bright mind during the pass two weeks. Gradually at first disease came upon him, but always uncomplaining, unselfish and considerate, he fought against all sympotems of any physical ailment, and endeavored to still any ansiety on his behalf of family and friends. Realizing that he was far from well he still deemed it his duty as a good republican and loyal citizen is do his part as a delagate at the State Convention at Saratoga on September 22nd. But this illness which he had bravely endeavored to overcome had already too firm a hold, and upon his return to Williamsville it fastened an unyielding and relentless grip upon him. restless days and nights followed. Warned by his dangerous condition against the use of nareotic medicine to produce sleep the aawful hours passed, and no rest could be had until at length the brilliant intellect was clouded and the spirit broken. Impelled by some will outside his own, driven by a power beyond himself, he sought at last for peace, and peace came. The body, the temporary home of all that was mortal of our beloved one, is gone, but his presence in our minds and hearts abideth forever.

Adam Lorenso Rinewalt was born May 4, 1849, in Williamsville. He was the fourth and youngest child of Adam and Mary Lehn-Rinewalt. He was married September 18, 1878, to Sarah Filena Bloker of Williamsville, who with one son, Allan B., survives him. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs S. E. Baine of Williamsville, and Mrs. Chalmers Ingersoll of Beloit, Wis., and one brother Mr. Henry L. Rinewalt of Jefferson Center, Pa. His education was acquired in the school and academy of his native town. He laid the practical foundation for the profession that was to be his lifes work in the office of his brother-in-law, Mr. Cham. Ingersoll, editor of the Daily Free Press, of Beloit, Wisconsin. On returning to New York State he sucured a postion with the Buffalo Commerical, then under the control of Matthews & Warren, remaing with them for nine years, when he established the Amherst Bee at Williamsville in 1879.
As an active republican he filled different offices at various times. He was a trustee of the village of Williamsville for fourteen years and for a number of years was its president. In 1881 he was elected a collector of the town of Amherst and declined the renomination of that office. In 1886 he was elected a school trustee and since then has served continuously in that position president of the Board of Education since 1894. For a number of years past and up to the time of his death has been president of the Williamsville Cemetery Association. Mr. Rinewalt was a member of the Erie County Executive Republican Committee for a number of years, and during Benjamin Harrison's adimistration was postmaster of Williamsville. Last spring Mr. Rinewalt was appointed consul at Fort Erie Ont., which position was made vacant by the death of Mr. Orlan Redell. he declined the office, feeling that his business interests made too strong a demand upon his time to enable him to do justice to the government.

Mr. Rinewalt was influential in Williamsville as a promoter of business enterprises. For eight years he was one of the directors and held the office of secretary of the Williamsville Electric Railroad Company. he was also instrumental in getting a waterworks system for Williamsville. He devoted much of his time to real estate transactions and other enterprises. Thus when look back upon this life spent among us, we feel that to each one of us and to the community at large, has come a great and irreparable loss.

When death so suddenly took Adam Rinewalt from us, it took an exceptional man. Not one of us who has known him can forget that genial nature, the cheery smile, the helpful word. Never did God in his goodness give man more of the qualities that endear him to men than He gave to him. He was a man of unswerving integrity, of unimpeachable honesty, of unquestionable loyalty. Energetic and far-seeing he devoted himself to the advancement of the community in which he lived with tenacious determination.

The services were held from the late residence of Mr. Rinewalt on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and were largely attended by relatives, friends fellow citizens and frateral brothers. All day long the people had flied through the room, viewing for the last time all that was left in life of the departed brother and friend, where he laid canopied with a profusion of rare sweet flowers, so still, so calm, so beautiful in death.1

He was buried in October 1902 at Williamsville Cemetery, Williamsville, Erie Co., NY, Findagrave #45334539.

Children of Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt and Sarah Filena Bloker

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.
  2. [S5556] 1880 Federal Census, Erie County, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 826-7; FHL #1240826-7.

Allan Bloker Rinewalt1

M, b. 21 October 1879, d. 16 December 1927
     Allan Bloker Rinewalt was born on 21 October 1879 at Erie Co., NY.1,2 He was the son of Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt and Sarah Filena Bloker.1 Allan Bloker Rinewalt married Echo Hart Preble, daughter of Erastus Brookes Preble and Ada K. Sprague, on 23 July 1913 at Emmett, Canyon (now Gem) Co., ID, Echo remarried to Hugh Clair Maclaine (1888-1955) in 1936, Hernando County, Florida.1 Occupation: Salesman in 1926 at Bradenton, Manatee Co., FL.1 Allan Bloker Rinewalt died on 16 December 1927 at age 48 per Florida Application for Letters of Administration, recorded 16 AUG 1928. Florida, Manatee County, Probate Records; Author: Florida. County Judge's Court (Manatee County); Probate Place: Manatee, Florida (Ancestry.com).

Child of Allan Bloker Rinewalt and Echo Hart Preble

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.
  2. [S5556] 1880 Federal Census, Erie County, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 826-7; FHL #1240826-7.

Catherine Rinewalt1

F, b. 1 February 1806, d. 21 April 1885
     Catherine Rinewalt was born on 1 February 1806.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1 Catherine Rinewalt married Samuel Supplee, son of Peter Supplee and Hannah Eastburn, on 18 December 1823.1
Note: Catherine and Samuel Supplee were two of the eight persons who formed the Green Tree Brethren Church, Lumberville, Pa.1 Catherine Rinewalt lived in 1850 at Upper Providence Twp., Montgomery Co., PA, Neighbors to the Rev. George and Sarah (Urner) Price family.2 She lived in 1860 at Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Miami Co., OH, Living with her sister Mary's family.3 She died on 21 April 1885 at age 79.1

Children of Catherine Rinewalt and Samuel Supplee

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 198.
  2. [S629] 1850 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 799.
  3. [S416] 1860 Federal Census, Miami County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Rolls 1010 & 1011; FHL #805010 - 1.
  4. [S82] Price Genealogy, 200.

Charlotte Bestow Rinewalt1

F, b. circa 1842
     Charlotte Bestow Rinewalt was born circa 1842 Price book gives date of 25 APR 1882 -- clearly an error. Possibly the month and day are correct, and it was 1842. DLB 2008.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rinewalt and Mary Ann Lehn.1 Charlotte Bestow Rinewalt married Chalmers Ingersoll, son of Thomas Ingersoll and Sarah Walker, on 12 September 1865.1

Children of Charlotte Bestow Rinewalt and Chalmers Ingersoll

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 201.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 202.

David Rinewalt

M
     David Rinewalt was the son of Christoph Reinwald and Susanna Seibt.1 David Rinewalt married Catharine (?).

Child of David Rinewalt and Catharine (?)

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 195.

Eliza Rinewalt1

F
     Eliza Rinewalt was born.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1 Eliza Rinewalt died at Montour Co., PA.1

Children of Eliza Rinewalt

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 208.

George Rinewalt1

M
     George Rinewalt lived at Indiana, Adam Rinewalt Jr., in his diary which is in the possession of Mrs. Ingersoll, of his trip to visit his brother George, states, that he reached Ft. Wayne, Ind., Nov. 22, 1835, travelled 6 miles to a small village called Huntstown, and from thence "2 1/2 miles southwest to brother George's." The following day, he and his brother George went to Indianapolis, a distance of 35 miles. At least one child, William.1 He was born.1 He was the son of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1

Child of George Rinewalt

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 196.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 197.

Hannah Rinewalt1

F, b. July 1805, d. 1874
     Hannah Rinewalt was born in July 1805.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1 Hannah Rinewalt married Zimmerman Supplee, son of John Supplee and Hannah Hughes, on 27 October 1842, Ceremony by Rev. I. N. Hobart.1 Hannah Rinewalt died in 1874.1

Children of Hannah Rinewalt and Zimmerman Supplee

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 204.
  3. [S82] Price Genealogy, 205.

Henry Lehn Rinewalt1

M, b. 3 January 1844, d. 28 May 1910
     Henry Lehn Rinewalt was born on 3 January 1844.1 He was the son of Adam Rinewalt and Mary Ann Lehn.1 Henry Lehn Rinewalt married Marilla Gilmore, daughter of William A. Gilmore and Catherine McCallon.1 Henry Lehn Rinewalt died on 28 May 1910 at age 66.1 Occupation: Oil operator at Oil City and Butler, Pa.1 He lived in 1926 at Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., OH.1

Children of Henry Lehn Rinewalt and Marilla Gilmore

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 202.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Jacob Rinewalt1

M
     Jacob Rinewalt was born.1 He was the son of Adam Rinewalt and Hannah Price.1 Jacob Rinewalt married Maria de Dolores Monterde y Tirado, daughter of Francisco Monterde, in 1820.1 Jacob Rinewalt died Cholera

From Gen. Record of the Schwenkfelder Families:

Jacob Rinewalt went to Mexico as a young man and married a lady of the Spanish Nobility, in order to do so he joined the Catholic Church. He is said to have established the first stage routes between the towns of Mexico and Pueblo, finishing the same in 1823. He engaged in railroad enterprises later and is said to have employed 500 men at one time in this construction. He is reported to have accumulated a great deal of wealth and his wife was also wealthy.
Mr. Rinewalt's father was very unwilling to have his son so far away from home, and was desirous of having him come North. The son was making plans to do so when he and his two children were stricken with cholera and all killed.
Adam Rinewalt, Jr., a brother, corresponded with Jacob's widow, through an interpreter, for some time, but after a time the replies from Mexico ceased to come and it was reported that the widow had entered a Catholic Convent, and had given all her wealth, in addition to that given her by her husband, to that institution.
A report is extant that Jacob Rinewalt was killed by a band of robbers, but the above account is given by Mrs. Charlotte Ingersoll, Williamsville, N.Y., who, as a girl, read some of the letters from the Spanish noblewoman.
Mrs. Ingersoll also has in her possession a photograph of Jacob Rinewalt and his wife, as well as a photograph of their marriage license, which is printed in Spanish, both being reproduced here.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 195.

John Rinewalt

M
     John Rinewalt married Margaret Miller.

Child of John Rinewalt and Margaret Miller

John Miller Rinewalt

M, b. 6 August 1856, d. 1935
     Note: John Miller Rinewalt, Banker, and Student, was educated at Mt. Carroll, Illinois, Beloit College (Wisconsin) and Illinois State University, afterwards fitting himself for the law; became a banker in Perry, Iowa, in 1884; later organized and became interested in several large banks in Illinois; is a member of the American Society of International Law, National Geographic Society, National Conservation Association and National Forestry Association. Is Vice President of the Frances Shimer School at Mt. Carroll. John Miller Rinewalt was born on 6 August 1856. He was the son of John Rinewalt and Margaret Miller. John Miller Rinewalt married Ella May Shirk, daughter of Benjamin Palmer Shirk and Sarah J. Moffett, on 8 January 1879, no children.1 John Miller Rinewalt died in 1935.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 671.

June Rinewalt1

F, b. 3 June 1880, d. 14 January 1956
     June Rinewalt was born on 3 June 1880.1 She was the daughter of Henry Lehn Rinewalt and Marilla Gilmore.1 June Rinewalt married Charles Benn Burckhalter, son of Robert Nicholas Burckhalter and Wilmina Cowan, on 19 November 1901 at Allegheny Co., PA.1 June Rinewalt and Charles Benn Burckhalter were divorced after May 1910. June Rinewalt died on 14 January 1956 at Orlando, Orange Co., FL, at age 75. She was buried in January 1956 at Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Orange Co., FL, Findagrave #24310818.

Child of June Rinewalt and Charles Benn Burckhalter

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 202.
  2. [S1802] 1910 Federal Census, Knox County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1199; FHL #1375212.

Lauren Rinewalt1

F, b. 2 September 1886, d. 15 February 1888
     Lauren Rinewalt was born on 2 September 1886 at Amherst, Erie Co., NY.1 She was the daughter of Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt and Sarah Filena Bloker.1 Lauren Rinewalt died on 15 February 1888 at Amherst, Erie Co., NY, at age 1.1 She was buried in February 1888 at Williamsville Cemetery, Williamsville, Erie Co., NY, Findagrave #50343719.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Lucretia Rinewalt1

F, b. 1 March 1887, d. 1 July 1910
     Lucretia Rinewalt was born on 1 March 1887.1 She was the daughter of Henry Lehn Rinewalt and Marilla Gilmore.1 Lucretia Rinewalt died on 1 July 1910 at age 23.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.