Nicholas Joseph Schwebach

b. 20 May 1820, d. 9 August 1870


FatherPhilippe Schwebach b. 3 Dec 1786, d. about 17 Aug 1856
MotherAnna Catherina Bockeler b. 15 Sep 1792, d. about 25 Feb 1855
RelationshipSon of Philippe Schwebach
Appears on chartsDescendants (with spouses) of Johaines Schwebach
In Family LineSchwebach


Note Nicholas Joseph Schwebach Possible family was in the lumber business in Luxembourg Immirgrated to USA in 1866 and to Caledoina 1871 with wife and remaining family. 
Name Variation  Nicholas Joseph Schwebach was also known as Nicolas. 
Possible Birthdate1 Apr 1820 According to at least one source, his birthdate was 1 Apr 1820 birthplace was Platen, Bettborn, Redange, Luxembourg. 
Birth20 May 1820 He was born on 20 May 1820 in Platen, Bettborn, Redange, Luxembourg. 
Marriage20 May 1845 He and Margaret Busch, daughter of Jean Busch and Anna Maria Hertz, were married on 20 May 1845 in Platen, Bettborn, Redange, Luxembourg. 
Immigration4 May 1866 Nicholas Joseph Schwebach and Margaret Busch immigrated on 4 May 1866 on the Ship - William Penn, From London to New York arrived on 04 May 1866

(Peter Simmerl was on the same ship.) 
1870 Census9 Jun 1870 Nicholas Joseph Schwebach appeared as head of household in the 1870 Federal Census of Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota, as Nicholas Swebach. Living with him was his wife, Margaret, and their children, Jean, Philip, Eugene, Valentin, Madelena, Maria, Catherina, Johann and John. He is a white male, age 50. His occupation is farmer. His real estate is valued at $5,000. His personal estate is valued at $1,600. He was born in Luxemburg. His mother and father are foreign born. He is a male citizen 21 years old and up. 
Death9 Aug 1870 Nicholas Joseph Schwebach died on 9 Aug 1870 in Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota, at age 50. 
Burialafter 9 Aug 1870 He was buried after 9 Aug 1870 in Calvary Cemetery, located in Caledonia, Houston County, Minnesota.

Children of Nicholas Joseph Schwebach and Margaret Busch

All known children of Nicholas Joseph Schwebach and Margaret Busch are deceased.