Gerhardus John Albert Markhorst1,2
M, #1438, b. 4 September 1891
|Birth*||Gerhardus John Albert Markhorst was born on 4 September 1891 at Arnhem, The Netherlands.1 |
|He was the son of John Markhorst and Helen (?)1 |
|Misc*||Gerhardus John Albert Markhorst served in the military as a Corporal in the Dutch Infantry for two years prior to coming to the US.2 |
|Immigration*||He immigrated on 9 April 1913 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He departed Hamburg, Germany on 25 Mar 1913 aboard the S. S. Prinz Oskar.3 |
|Marriage*||He married Josephine (Johanna) Immaculata Cleary, daughter of John Cleary and Margaret Cronin, on 7 September 1914.1 |
|Draft Regist. WWI*||Gerhardus John Albert Markhorst registered for the WWI draft circa 1917 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2 |
|Occupation*||He was employed as a gardener circa 1917 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2 |
|Occupation||He was employed as a painter in the steel works. circa 1920 at Pennsylvania.4 |
|Cens 1920 tr*||He and Josephine (Johanna) Immaculata Markhorst appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Phi;adelphia, Pennsylvania, enumerated 20 January 1920. Their children John and Hendreiss were listed as living with them. The address at the time of the census was 118 Juniper St..4 |
- [S332] Peck and Markhorst Families, manuscript, 2007, Ron Peck, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MAN 332.
- [S335] "World War ISelective Service System Registration Cards, 1917 - 1918"; United States National Archive; Washington, District of Columbia. Hereinafter cited as "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917 - 1918."
- [S336] Gerhard Markhorst entry; Prinz Oskar Ships Manifest, 9 Apr 1913; in RG085; T840 (Washington, DC: US Federal Government), 1-181.
- [S338] Gerhart Markhovst household, 1920 US Census, Borough of Quakertown, Bucks, PA, population schedule, Enumeration District (ED) 48, sheet 14A, dwelling 85, family 93, National Archives micropublication T625_1543. (CEN 338).