CENSUS: US 1860 ESSEX Co. Newark New Jersey; 734-1408 pg 156/157; dated 26 June 1860
Ludwig (Louis) father of Henry Charles. Came to the USA from Germany in the early 1850s. Lived in Newark, NJ and was a Stone Cutter. Married in Germany before 1844 to Magdelena (Lena). Information was from the US Census of 26 June 1860.
CENSUS:US 1870 ESSEX Co. Newark New Jersey page 180; dated 25 July 1870 Louis is listed as being a Stonecutter. Live in a home valued at $4000 and had real property of $500. His wife Lena "keeps house", Louis (21) is a carpenter and John (17) is a Stonecutter, William (15) is listed as Wiss Truck M, Charles (12) Lena (11) and Catherine (6) are at School. Louis (53), Lena (50) and Louis (21) are all from Hesse, Darmstadt the rest were born in Newark, NJ.
GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS In some German church records, Nickol Ulrich and Catarina Christmann had a son, Ludwig on 18 May 1818 in Bayern, Ptalz, Sand, Civil.
1886 Death Records Newark, New Jersey: pg 306. 22 August 1886. Ulrich, Louis; Stonecutter; age 70yr 1mo died from liver and brain congestion after 10 days-Dr. Severance. Says he lived in the USA for 37 years. (*****Possible Entry to USA about 1849-50*****)
Emigration Index of Hessen 1800-1900; Hessen (Stadt), Germany 9310 p4 Phila, PA--- 31 Dec 1850 Ulrich, Louis -- Ship : New York from Havre to New York.
Pierson's Newark, NJ Directory 21st Edition; 1855-56, pg 340, Microfiche #6044190 781:5
Ulrich, Ludwig listed as a stonecutter, living at 63 Mercer N. High 1856-57, pg 341, listed at 37 South Canal; 1857, pg 374, listed at 37 South Canal; 1858, pg 378, also at 37 So. Canal; 1859-1860, pg 391, listed at 6 Prince Street.