NameJoseph EMRICK
Birth27 Apr 1821, Centre County, Pennsylvania1847
Death11 Feb 1876, Green County, Wisconsin1847 Age: 54
Birth10 Oct 1824, Pennsylvania1864,1849
Deathaft 18841847 Age: 59
FatherChristian CLEVENSTINE (1792-1869)
MotherMary WILLIAMS (1794-1850)
Marriage28 Apr 18461847
Notes for Joseph EMRICK

Biographical Sketch (1884):1847 "Joseph Emrick came to Green county in 1858, and settled on section 28, where he resided until his death. He was born in Centre Co., Penn., April 27, 1821 and died in Green county Feb. 11, 1876. He removed from Centre Co., Penn. to Stephenson Co., Ill in 1848, and lived there ten years, and came from there to this county. He was married April 28, 1846 to Elizabeth Cleoanstine (sic), a native of Centre Co., Penn., daughter of Christian and Mary (Williams) Cleoanstine, who are dead, and buried in Centre county. Mr. and Mrs. Emrick have five living children: Mary I., now the wife of J. C. Bridge, of this county; Ira C., married and living at Twin Grove; Sarah C., at home; Angie, married to H. M. Bangs, and living in Twin Grove at present; and Alonzo, born June 23, 1858, in Rock Grove. He is at present engaged in mercantile trade at Twin Grove. Joseph and Elizabeth Emrick are members of the Lutheran Church. Two children have died, and are buried with their father in Rock Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Emrick resides in Twin Grove."

Biographical Sketch (1884):1847 "Village of Twin Grove This little village of about 100 inhabitants is situated near the southern central part of the town(ship) of Jefferson. It's first start was in 1862, when Harrison Clevenstine opened a store. He ran the business until 1866, when E. L. Walker succeeded him."

1848 Relocated to Stephenson County, Illinois:1847 "He removed from Centre Co., Penn. to Stephenson Co., Ill. in 1848."
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