Trying to find missing relatives of Charles Carl Pinter of Bohemia or Germany.Email me if you can fill in any information,Thanks
Here is what I know of my Great, Great Grandfather Charles Carl Pinter
Charles Carl Pinter and Helen E. Moore (birth certificate) Ellen Elizabeth Moore (death certificate) were eleven children.Florence was the 10th child.Her birth certificate has her name as Frances Florence Pinter but her marriage certificate has her name recorded as Florence Margaret Pinter; probably didn’t like Frances for her name and used Margaret from her confirmation name. Grandmothers (Florence) siblings were (2) Mary (Mame) 1882-1970; she lived on South Center Street in Pottsville.(3) Kate (1897-1962) (4) Laura (1885-1917), (5) Charles (1887-1891) he drowned in the quarry, (6) William (1891-1949) lived at 513 Schuylkill Avenue.He served in World War 1 and never married.(7) Albert (1893-1927), (8) Margaret (1896-1898), (9) Nell was an RN who married Jack Duffy and honeymooned in California and established their home there.Nell visited 617 Schuylkill Avenue in 1958 with her daughter Rita.(10) Florence, (11) Augusta (1902-1918) she died in the influenza epidemic.
Florence Pinter’s mother Ellen Elizabeth Moore was the daughter of Martin Moore from Forrestville (near Minersville) PA and Margaret Delaney of Shenandoah, PA.This union produced eight children.Martin (policeman in Philadelphia), Matthew (Baldwin Motors in Philadelphia), Jim (Philadelphia), Cathy (Shenandoah), Ann (Philadelphia-Lit Brothers), Elizabeth (Philadelphia), Mary (St. Clair) and Ellen. Florence Pinter’s father Charles Carl Pinter was the son of Francis Carl Pinter of Germany.There is no information of his wife found at this time.This union produced in addition to Charles, Joseph (New York’s 1st Lt. in the Army in World War 1.He later worked on the railroad at Grand Central Station); Frank (Pottsville-Jalappa section worked at Eastern Stainless Steel in Pottsville), Josephine (housewife), and Anna who married Joseph Hess of Pottsville. Florence Pinter’s grandfather Francis Carl Pinter and his wife emigrated from Bohemia which at that time was not part of Germany.He was a blacksmith by trade.He served in the Civil War.My father has his Great-Great-Grandfather’s Civil War rifle, pistol and honorable dischargeframed and hanging on the wall in his home.Francis Carl Pinter worked for the Reading Brewery in Pottsville, PA.While employed there, he met his untimely death when he fell down an elevator shaft while working. His Great-great-grandmother lived for a number of years after her husband in Pottsville, PA.Both great-grandparents are buried in St. John’s cemetery in Pottsville, PA.