Here is an update of all my information. Some of which wascontributed by others. The majority was gleaned from York Co Archives for Marriages, deaths are from Wrightsville' Fairview Cemetery, all other information is gleaned from Census records.
John Elwyn, a brick maker, arrived in NEW YORK from Germany in 1824. Katerina Doeckel before 1828.
1850 Wrightsville US Fed Census
11171183 ElwineJohn45M.Brick maker4,000Germany
12171183 ElwineCatharine 45F...Germany
13171183 ElwineCaroline21F...N. York
14171 183 ElwineJohn17M.Laborer.N. York
15171183 Elwine Leah14F...Penna
1) Caroline Ellwein b 24 Dec 1828 died 27 Oct 1905 married John E Weitzel b 24 Feb 1828 died 25 Sep 1910.
Children:Henry Emd Elvinia "Ella" V
John Luthermd Elizabeth
Mahala A1852 - 1856
Marry F1854 - 1855
Carrie Mb 21 Apr 1861 died 30 July 1941..never married
Emma Lmd Reisinger
George Bmd Clarice
History of York County, Pennsylvania. John Gibson, Historical Editor. Chicago: F. A. Battey Publishing Co., 1886.Part II, Biographical Sketches, Wrightsville Borough and Hellam Township, Pg 82
JOHN E. WEITZEL, was born in Hellam Township February 24, 1828, the only child born to John and Elizabeth (Poff) Weitzel. He was brought up on the farm and educated at the public schools. At seventeen years of age he began learning the blacksmith trade at Wrightsville, and served as apprentice four years. When about twenty-one years old he engaged as foreman in Elwine’s brickyard, which position he held until 1859, when he purchased the yard. In 1865 he engaged in the lime burning business in addition to brick-making, and continued until 1882, when he sold the brickyard, but retained and continued the lime burning business in the name of Kerr, Weitzel & Co. In 1850 he was married at York, Penn., to Carrie Elwine, of York, and had eight children, five of whom are living: Henry E., John L., Carrie May, Emma L. and George B. Mr. Weitzel is a very active business man; he is a director of the First National Bank of Wrightsville, president of the Wrightsville Hall Association, and the man who through his energy, made the latter enterprise a success. He was school director three times, and councilman twice. He also owns a branch lime business in Lancaster County, which he managed from 1865 to 1875. In 1883 he burned and handled about 250,000 bushels of lime. He and wife are members of the Lutheran Church.
2)John Conrad Ellwein b 14 Mar 1833 NY died 18 Dec 1916 married Sarah Budding b 1 May 1837 died 16 Nov 1918
Flora Elmireb.4 Sep 1856
Sarah Ellenb. 11 Nov 1858
Agnes Mahalab. 19 Aug 1860 d.28 Jan 1941 md Jerome S Diehl in 1882
Sarah K md Samuel Hake...my grandparents
John O. md Beulah
Harry E. md Nora
Laura G. md James Hengst
Ida Janeb. 6 Mar 1864md Alvin Kline
Mary Catherineb. 2 Mar 1862
John Henryb. 13 Oct 1866 md 18 Dec 1889 in York Co , Emma Shenberger b. Jan 1872
Waltermd Brittie Smith
Carriemd Charles Reisinger
Georgemd Edna Sprenkle
Ellamd Elias Leber
Lydia Emmab.2 Sep 1869 d. 16 Nov 1921
Harry Eb.2 Sep 1869 d. 31 Mar 1872 died a child under 8 yrs.
Clarad. 11 m17 ddied a child under 8 yrs
William Bb. 28 Aug 1874 md. on 14 June 1896 in York Co, MiriamWagner b Sep 1877
Rebaborn Dec 1896
Blancheborn Aug 1898 md Amos HGroffon 23 Dec 1922
Harry ElmerMar 1872md 18 Nov 1894 in York Co, Ida S Fauth, b Feb 1875
Clarencemd Grace Dentler
Margaretb.. 6 Mar 1877md R William Hollis
Georgeb. 10 Dec 1879 md 17 Mar 1898 in York Co.,May Shultz b May 1880
3)Leah Ellwein b. 2 Feb 1836 died 31 Oct 1919 married John C Shutter b.14 Aug 1841 Leah died 29 Aug 1902 1900 Census Wrightsville, PA shows Leah as widow and she had 12 children 10 living.
Euphema married Calvin S Glatfelter
Leah married John C Shutter. Their daughter Euphema married Calvin Glatfelter. Agnes was his wife's first cousin. Whether there was anything more with these two is anyone's guess.
1930 Wrightsville census. living on S Second St
Diehl, Mahala A 69,widow PA PA PA
Glatfelter, Galvin S 68, widower,PA PA PA blacksmith
4) Rebecca Ellwein married George Shutter *to be proven
5) Lydia Ellwein was born on November 18, 1841 in York County. She married John Anderson on August 26, 1865 in Springfield, Ohio and died October 26, 1924 in Newport, Pa.