Wayne: >From the front page of the front page of the Rochester and Beaver "THE DAILY TIMES" of Monday, January 28, 1935 "ILLNESS FATAL TO ADAM HUTH, AGED ROCHESTER GROCER" further down... "The store in Water Street first was established by his father, Charles Huth and his son, Adam, began first as a clerk when it was organized and continued as proprietor after his father's death. His parents were Charles Huth and Mary Veronica Becker Huth. They both were natives of Germany and came to America in 1855. They lived two years in Baltimore, Md where Adam was born. From Baltimore they moved to Pittsburgh and from Pittsburgh they moved to Rochester in 1865. Mr Huth's father was engaged in the cooperage business in Rochester until 1869, when he started the grocery store. He died in 1886. Adam Huth .....leaves his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Huth, one son Charles P. Huth (my father), one daughter, Mrs. John Goedeker, Rochester (my cousin Mary Veronica's mother), four brothers, Peter J. (I met him - my father called him "PJ"), John and George Huth, all of Rochester, and Andrew Huth, Cleveland, Ohio; five sisters, Miss Callie Huth (who I remember meeting as "aunt Callie"), Rochester, Mrs. Josephine Heuring, Charleston, W. Va., Mrs. Samuel Speck, Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Elizabeth Schiese and Mrs. Michael Kenny, Anderson, Ind., and four grandchildren."