My John was very elusive although I do have a bit of info on him here including that he was arrested and put in Penitentiary Hospital (Blackwell's Island) where he died before going to trial. He bought our family plot in Greenwood in which we have over 30 interred there. Some cles are, I wonder if that is his brother (George) in that one census and I found a Maria in Brooklyn in the 1830's. John tried to name all his girls Maria this or that but they all died.
!John Reinhardt is listed in the following: Census: 1850, 1855, 1860, 1865 Brooklyn Directories:
YearAddress 1843-4454 Henry StreetBaker 1844-4897 Bridge Street" 1854-5868 Bridge Street" 1859-6083 Bridge Street" 186283 Bridge Street (Info obtained from wife's death certificate) 1864-6583 Bridge Stret Baker 1865-6684 Bridge StreetBaker 1869 NYC directory Reinhardt John, exchange, 38 1/2 Monroe, h 83 Bridge, B'klyn 186983 Bridge StreetBaker 1870-7183 Bridge StreetLotteries 188236 Charles Street (Info obtained from his death certificate)
There is also a listing for a Maria Rheinhardt a widow, living at the corner of Garrison on front street 1844. John died at Penitentiary Hospital in NYC - The cause of death was Nephritis. Death certificate #422309. The undertaker was D.L.Doyle.
John was a baker and was born in Hanover Germany.
Ship Record: There is a ship record for a John Reinhard 21 years nine months old male baker Natl. German last perm. residence: Germany Dest:Miss. Name of Vessel:Elizabeth A7442 Date of arrival 24 Jul
1837 #601 Port of Embarkation: Bremen - Wurtenberg - Baggage:one port Montears?In the 1865 census he is a laborer in the Navy Yard.