HAAP ANNEX

 

Charles Haap Pedigree

(Start at generation 5, below.)

 

Special thanks to the following people for their help in compiling the information in this annex:

 

1. George Edgar Drake

 

2. Sharon Perkins, a descendant of Johann Georg Haap (see "other Haap names" below generation 5).

 

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Origin of the surname “Haap:”

 

 

Generation

 

8  

 

7   (?) Haap

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born .  Died .

 

2. Wife: (?)

 

Born .  Died .

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Martin Haap: See generation 6, below.

 

b. Jacob Haap: Born about 1802 in Pennsylvania.  Employed as a farmer in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

1870 US Census: Jacob, age 68, b. PA, and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in LeRay Township.  The household also included his wife, Susan Haap (age 44, b. France); daughter, Augusta Haap (age 24); Susan Matty (age 68, b. France, retired); and George Wolcott (age 20, b. NYS, employed as a farm hand; see gen 2 of the Wolcott Annex)

 

Jacob Haap married Susan Matty (b. abt 1826 in France), daughter of (?) and Susan (?) Matty (b. abt 1802 in France), and had the following daughter:

 

(1. Augusta Haap: Born about 1846.

 

6   John Martin Haap (more info)

    "Martin"

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born about 1798 in Germany.  Died 1858; interred Sheepfold Cemetery, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  In 1831 immigrated to the United States from Wurtemberg, Germany.  Employed as a farmer, initially on Road 31 in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  In 1836 bought a farm on Road 34 in LeRay Township.

 

1850 US Census: Martin, age 52, born in Germany, and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife Dorothy Haap (age 42, b. NYS); son, Frederick Haap (age 15); son, John G. Haap (age 8); daughter, Barbara Haap (age 16); and daughter, Margaret Haap (age 4).

 

2. Wife: Dorothy/Doratha (?)

 

Born in Germany.  Died 1864, age 56 years, 12 days; interred Sheepfold Cemetery.  In 1831, along with John M. Haap, immigrated to the United States from Wurtemberg, GermanyAmeri

 

3. Children: (4 sons and 2 daughters; order uncertain)

 

a. Barbara Haap: Born about 1835.

 

b. Frederic Haap: (more info) Born about 1835 in America.  Died 1928; interred Sheepfold Cemetery, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Worked his father's farm until age 21, when he moved to Rochester, Monroe County, New York for 2 years to study carpentry and joinery.  Subsequently returned to LeRay Township and was employed there as a carpenter and farmer (84 acres per Child's Business Directory). 

 

1870 US Census: Frederic, age 34, b. NYS, and employed as a carpenter, was heading a household in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Barbara Haap (age 35); daughter, Rosa Haap (age 5); and son, Gustavis Haap (age 3).

 

1900 US Census: Frederic, age 64 (b. Oct 1835 in NYS, parents b. Germany) and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Barbara Haap (age  64– b. Aug 1835 in Germany, as were her parents; had had 5 children, 3 still alive); daughter, Rosina J. Haap (age 34 – b. Jul 1865 in NYS); son, Albert A. Haap (age 28 – b. Oct 1871 in NYS); Albert’s wife of 3 years, Julia Haap (age 24 – b. Oct 1875 in NYS, as were her parents; had had 1 child, who was still alive); and Albert’s daughter, Hellen Haap (age less than 1 month – b. May 1900)

 

1910 US Census: Gilbert Haap, age 39, was heading a household on Crow Road in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife of 12 years, Julia Haap (age 35, had had 1 child, still alive); daughter, Helen Haap (age 9, single); father Lorcil (sp) Haap (age 74, widower); and boarder, Henry LaRock (age 53, widower).

 

1920 US Census: Frederick Haap, age 84 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Canada) and widowed, resided in the household headed by his daughter, Rose/Rosa Petrie, age 54 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Germany) and widowed.  Enumerated 24 January 1920.

 

Frederic Haap married Barbara Witterhahn (b. 1835, d. 1909; interred Sheepfold Cem.) of Watertown, Jefferson County and had five children, including:

    

(1. Theodore/Theadore M. Haap: Died 1862, age 2 years, 1 month, 10 days (also seen: d. age 10 yrs); interred Sheepfold Cemetery.

 

(2. George V. Haap: Died 1864, age 2 years, 8 months, 2 days; interred Sheepfold Cemeetery.

 

(3. Rosina "Rosa"/"Rose" A./J. Haap: Born July 1865.

 

1920 US Census: Rose/Rosa Petrie, age 54 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Germany) and widowed, was heading a household on Main Street in the Village of Evans Mills, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included her father, Fredrick Haap, age 84 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Canada) and widowed; and Rose's companion, Eliza J. Christian, age 54 (b. Canada, father b. NYS, mother b. Canada) and widowed, who immigrated the US in 1880 and became a naturalized citizen of the US in 1890.

 

Of interest, Eva H. Petrie, age 48 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and single, was heading a household on Main Street, apparently next door to Rose Petrie (or perhaps in the same dwelling).

 

Rosina married (?) Petrie and in 1950 resided at Evans Mills, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

(4. Gustavis/Gustave Haap: Born about 1867.  In 1950 resided at Rochester, Monroe County, New York.

 

1920 US Census: Gustav Haap, age 53 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Germany) and employed as foreman of a railroad power company, was heading a household at 436 Columbia Avenue, Rochester, Monroe County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Genevieve Haap, age 50 (b. NYS, father b. Germany, mother b. NYS); daughter, Frieda Haap, age 17 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and single; and boarder, A. L. Sperry, age 72 (b. NYS, as were his parents), widowed, and employed as a searcher in the county clerk's office.

 

1930 US Census: Gustave Haap, age 63 (b. NYS, father b. NYS, mother b. Ger) and employed as Superintendant of a public utility, was heading a household at 436 Columbia Avenue, Rochester, Monroe County, New  York.  He married 1st at age 30.  The household also included his wife, Genevieve Haap, age 61 (b. NYS, father b. Germany, mother b. NYS) and married 1st at age 23; son-in-law, Le Roy Holden, age 34 (b. NYS, as were his parents), married 1st at age 29, and employed as a civil engineer (gas); and daughter, Freda Holden, age 28 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and married 1st at age 20.  Enumerated 7 April 1930.

 

(5. Albert/Gilbert A. Haap: (more info) Born 20 October 1871 on the Haap homestead farm in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died Friday, 8 September 1950, age 78, at home from a coronary thrombosis; interred Evans Mills Cemetery.  Employed as a farmer; for more than 46 years operated the Haap homestead farm on Philadelphia Road (Crow Road) near Evans Mills.  (Of interest, Albert’s aunt, Julia V. (Scofield) Haap, died there on 23 April 1940, age 81).

 

1940 US Census: Albert Haap, age 68 (b. NYS) and employed as a farmer was heading a  household at Gardnerville, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Albert had completed 8th grad.  The household also included his wife, Julia V. Haap, age 65, who had completed 8th grade; Albert's Aunt Julia, age 81 and widowed, who had completed 8th grade; and Edward Clifford, age 57 and employed as a farm laborer, who had completed 8th grade.

 

Albert Haap married Julia Simonet (b. Oct 1875 in NYS) (Para. 3.g. of gen 4 of the Simonet Annex) of Evans Mills on 20 October 1897 at the Simonet residence in LeRay Township.  In 1943 Albert and Julia moved from the farm into the Village of Evans Mills.  They had the following daughter:

 

(a. Helen Haap: (photos) Born May 1900.  Died February 1949.  Married Henry Frankenbach and resided at Southampton, Long Island, New York.  They had the following son:

 

(1) Albert H. Frankenbach: In 1950 resided at Southampton, Long Island, New York.

 

c. John G. Haap: Born about 1842.

 

1920 US Census: John G. Haap, age 77 (b. NYS, as were his parents) and employed as manager of a grocery store, was heading a household at 231 Rutgers Street, Rochester, Monroe County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Sarah E. Haap, age 76 (b. NYS, father b. Prussia, mother b. NYS); daughter, Florence E. Haap, age 45 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and single; Emalaine C. Haap, age 42 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and single; and Frances G. Haap, age 40 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and single.  Enumerated 12 January 1920.

 

John G. Haap married Sarah E. (?) and had the following children:

 

(1. Florence E. Haap: Born about 1875 in New York State.  Probably never married.

 

1930 US Census: Florence, age 55, single, and umemployed, was heading a household at 195 Westminster Road, Rochester, Monroe County, New York.  The dwelling was rented for $75 per month.  The household also included her two sisters, Emeline O. Haap, age 51, single, and unemployed; and Frances G. Haap, age 50, single, and unemployed.

 

(2. Emalaine C. Haap: Born about 1878 in New York State.  Probably never married.

 

(3. Frances G. Haap: Born about 1880 in New York State.  Probably never married.

 

d. Ezekiel Haap: Died 12 January 1844.

 

e. Margaret M. Haap: Born about 1846.

 

f. Charles Haap: See generation 5, below.

 

5   Charles Haap:

 

Born about 1854 in New York State.  Died .  Married Julia V. Scofield, paragraph 3.d.(2. of generation 5 of the Scofield Annex. and paragraph B.2.a.(2. of generation 5 of the Gardner Annex.

 

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Other, still unknown, Haap names:

 

1. Johann Martin Haap: Born July 1746 in Germany.  Died 4 September 1812 in Germany.  Married Anna Maria Steinhulber/Steinhilber (b. 2 Aug 1749 in Germany, d. there 24 Aug 1830) and had the following son:

 

a. Johann Georg Haap "George": Born 10 January 1773 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died before 1870 in Jefferson County, New York.  Employed as a farmer.  Immigrated to the United States with his family in 1832, some keeping the German spelling of Haap, and others, over time, changing it to Happ.

 

1850 US Census: George, age 78 (b. Germany), was employed as a farmer in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Barbara Haap, age 60 (b. Germany).  It appears the household may also include John Haap, age 22, b. NYS.

 

Of interest, George Haap, age 4, resided next door to the older George Haap in a household headed by Amos Potter.

 

George Haap married (1st) Anna Margaretha Schantz/Schartz (b. 27 May 1777 in Germany, d. 11 Dec 1819 in Germany) in August 1798 in Mossengin, Germany and had the following children:

 

(1. Anna Maria Haap: Born 4 September 1800 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(2. Conrad Haap #1: Born 20 January 1802 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died 16 October 1807 in Germany.

 

(3. Dorthea Haap #1: Born 29 November 1804 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died there 30 September 1807.

 

(4. Agnes Barbara Haap: Born 5 October 1806 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died there 7 October 1807.

 

(5. Dorthea Haap #2: Born 2 September 1808 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(6. Agnes Maria Haap: Born 21 January 1810 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(7. Johann Martin Haap: Born 5 October 1811 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(8. Conrad Haap/Happ #2: Born 17 August 1814 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died 10 April 1886 at Ogden, Monroe County, New York.

 

(9. Bernhard Haap: Born 18 May 1816 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(10. Child: Born and died 1 November 1819 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

George Haap married (2nd) Barbara Keller (b. 18 Oct 1790 in Germany, d. after 1870 in Jefferson Co., NY) on 20 June 1820 in Mossengin, Germany and had the following children:

 

(11. Wilhelm Friedrick Haap/Haap: Born 28 January 1821 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died 10 October 1867 at Adams, Jefferson County, New York.  Married Agnes Racker and resided in Jefferson County, New York.  Wilhelm and Agnes had the following children:

 

(a. Jacob C. Happ: Born 29 July 1844 in LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 16 September 1908 at Rochester, Monroe County, New York.

 

(b. George F. Happ: Born 5 June 1846 in New York.  Died 1910.

 

(c. Maria B. Happ: Born 14 July 1848 in New York.  Died 1858 in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

(d. Rosanna "Rose" A. Happ: Born in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died February 1939 at Rochester, Monroe County, New York; interred Jefferson Co., NY)  Married (?) Gucker and resided at Rochester, Monroe County, New York.

 

(e. Margaret Happ: Born 26 November 1853 in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 23 February 1923 at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.  Married (?) Reed.

 

(f. William "Willie" A. Happ: Born 15 February 1855 in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 8 June 1916 at Carthage, Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

(g. Charles F. Happ: Born 7 June 1857 in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 1934.  Married Clara (?).

 

1930 US Census: Charles H. Haap, age 72 (b. NYS, parents b. Germany), married 1st at age 34, and employed as a boatman in a boathouse, was heading a household at 418 John Street, Clayton, Clayton Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Clara Haap, age 59 (b. NYS, father b. Wales, mother b. NYS) and married 1st at age 22.

 

(h. Louise Happ: Born 25 January 1865 in Philadelphia Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 23 April 1941 in San Diego County, California.  Married (?) Schaub.

 

(12. Margaretha Haap: Born 14 February 1822 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(13. Tabitha Haap #1: Born 10 September 1823 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died 28 November 1826 in Germany.

 

(14. Agnes Barbara Haap: Born 4 October 1824 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died there 20 October 1824.

 

(15. Agnes Haap: Born 2 October 1825 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(16. Agnes Catherina Haap: Born 27 October 1826 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died 26 April 1827 in Germany.

 

(17. Child: Born 11 April 1828 in Mossengin, Germany.  Died there very young.

 

(18. Johannes Haap: Born 21 May 1829 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

(19. Tabitha Haap #2: Born 29 April 1820 in Mossengin, Germany.

 

2. Ralph E. Haap: Born about 1873 in New York State.

 

1930 US Census: Ralph E. Haap, age 57 (b. NYS, as were his parents), married 1st age at 31, and employed as a salesman in a seed store, was heading a household at 52 Field Street, Rochester, Monroe County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Mary L. Haap, age 53 (b. England, as were her parents) and married 1st at age 27; and lodger, Florence L. Wilcox, age 57 (b. MI, parents b. NYS) and widowed, who was employed as a laborer (servant) in a private home.

 

3. Fred W. Haap: Born about 1878 in New York State.

 

1930 US Census: Fred W. Haap, age 52 (b. NYS, as were his parents), married 1st at age 44, and employed as a house carpenter, was heading a household in Antwerp Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Carrie M. Haap, age 44 (b. NYS, as were her parents) and married 1st at age 23; step son, Charles W. McAlluse, age 18, single, and employed as a salesman in a general store; step daughter, M. Holly McAlluse, age 16 and single; and step son, William J. McAlluse, age 12 and single.

 

 

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