Madlinger Family

I am writing about my great grandmothers family which came to the United States from Germany. My great Grandmothers Parents were Anton Madlinger and Victoria Kreulter. Anton applied for hisself , wife, children and his mother in-law Mrs Joseph Strubel and her son Valintine to immigrate from Sasbachried which is near Achern in Baden Germany in 1847 and come the the United States. The Family made Application for Naturalization Sept 13 1852 which their name mistaken as (Mattlnger). 

Anton was a Shoemaker and a Farmer. After the family immigrated to the USA they settled in Dayton, Ohio, along the Old Troy Pike, at that time it was still a wilderness and only through the untiring hard work of the settler, the Miami Valley as it is known today, became recognized as the Garden Spot of Ohio. Eventually, at this place, a nursery was established mainly through the efforts of Victoria Madlinger because Anton died 42 years prior to this time. As the children Grew up she gave the business to her children.

Anton Maldling and Victoria Kreutler were marred May 19, 1842 in Sasbachried Germany

Children of Anton and Victoria areSophia Madlinger born Feb 9 1843 Sasbach, Baden, Germany-Christened Roman Catholic Germany died Dec 21, 1928 Montgomery Country, Ohio Married Philip HambrechtPaulina Madlinger born Jan 29, 1845 Sasbach, Baden, Germany-Christened in Roman Catholic Germany died Dec 20,1891 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Daniel GlaserRegina Madlinger born in Aug 21, 1946 Sasbach, Baden, Germany and died in Jan 7 1847 Sasbach, Baden, Germany

Mary Madlinger born Apr 24, 1849 Montgomery County, Ohio died Jan 1930 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Bendict Wald

Catherine Madlinger born Nov 16, 1851 Montgomery County, Ohio died Sept 3, 1935 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Henry Koehler

Anton Madlinger born Jan 4, 1855 Montgomery County, Ohio died Dec 23,1930 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Elizabeth Nock

Josphina Madlinger born Mar 19,1957 Montgomery County, Ohio died Oct 12,1944 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Philip Nock

Louise Madlinger born Oct 19,1959 Montgomery County, Ohio died Feb 17,1944 Montgomery County, Ohio Married John Henry Trick.

Anton Madlinger died when his youngest child was born which was my Great Grand Mother Louise Madlinger. Her mother died 42 years after Anton

The following is a Translation from the Dayton German newspaper. Printed first on Feb 13, 1901 in the

“Daytoner Volks-Zeitung” newspaper. Reprinted on March 9, 1901 with a Photograph,in the “GedenkBatter” a

magaqine suplement to the “Daytoner Volks-Zeitung”.

Victoria Madlinger, 11 Feb 1901

Mrs. Victoria Madlinger, one of the first (female) German-American settler in theis area, died yesterday befroe

noon after being bed-ridden for only 10 days. She was born on the 16th of june 1819, in Dasbachried near the city

of Achern, in the Duthcy of Baden, Germany, attaining the age of 82. She is the widow of Anton Madlinger.

As early as the middle 40’s her family immigrated to the USA and settled in Dayton, Ohio, along the Old Troy

Pike, the same place where Mrs. Madlinger died; however, at that time it was still a wilderness and only through

the untiring hard work of the settler, the Miami Valley as it is known today, became recognized as the Garden

Spot of Ohio. Eventually, at this place, a nursery was established mainly through the efforts of Mrs. Madlinger

because her husband died 42 years prior to this time. As the children Grew up she gave the business to her

children, consequently, her burden became lighter, even so, her hands were seldon idle. As she was growing up

she became accustomed to hard work, and even last summer she was working the field more for fondness of her

work rather than having to do it for existence.

Ten days before she died she experienced an inflammation of the lunges and due to her advanced age hope for her

recovery proved to be fatal. An adult daughter, Mrs. Danierl Glaser, preceded her mother in death, where as a son

and six daughters survived her:

Anton Madlinger Maria Wald

Magdelena Wahrer Josephine Nock

Sophia Hambrecht, Louise Trick

Catherine Koehler

 bottom row left to right: Magdalena, Pauline, Mother Victoria, Sophia. Top row left to right: Mary, Catherine, Anton, Josephine  and Louisa in the front

Names on photo are wrong the correct are as follow

bottom row left to right: Magdalena, Pauline, Mother Victoria, Sophia. Top row right to left Mary, Catherine, Anton, Josephine and in the front is Louisa

LOUISA MADLINGER was born 19 Oct 1859 in Montgomery County, Ohio-Christened in Emmanuel Catholic Church, and died 17 Feb 1944 in Montgomery County, Ohio-Calvary Cemetary. She married JOHN HENRY TRICK8 13 Oct 1881 in Dayton, Ohio, son of JOHN TRICK and MAGDALENA SCHOEN. He was born 06 Mar 1858 in Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio, and died 08 Apr 1903 in Dayton, Ohio-Calvary Cemetery.

Children of LOUISA MADLINGER and JOHN TRICK are:

John Henry Trickborn Aug 31, 1882 Montgomery County, Ohio died Sept 11,1966 Montgomery County, Ohio Burried in Calvary Cemetery. Married Mamie Louise Kraft.

Daniel Bendick Trick born Feb 17,1884 Montgomery County, Ohio died Sept 23, 1939 Montgomery County, Ohio Burried in Calvary Cemetery Married Ida Roesle(died 1905), Elizabeth Caroline Wenz.

Samuel Anthony Trickborn Feb 20,1889 Montgomery County, Ohio died Sept 19,1958 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Marie Margaret Brinkman

Joseph Victor Trickborn May 26, 1891 Montgomery County, Ohio died Aug 3, 1952 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Married Catherine Glesing.

Albert Edward Trickborn Oct 26,1893 Montgomery County, Ohio died Dec 22,1919 Montgomery County, Ohio Calvary Cemetery, Married Mae Ann Cowan

FRANK ALOYSIUS TRICKborn Dec 10,1894 Montgomery County, Ohio died Apr 6 1945 Montgomery County, Ohio Married Frances Raffel

Maria Magdalena Trickborn Aug 17, 1898 Montgomery County, Ohio died Mar 17, 1983 Hamilton County, Ohio Married George Roy Keltner, Michael Joseph Kilbride

Lawrence Hilary Trick born July6, 1900 Montgomery County, Ohio died Dec 2, 1964 Montgomery County, Ohio burried Calvary Cemetery, Married Bertha Schorr

Clarence Ignatius Trick born Mar 15, 1902 Montgomery County , Ohio died June 9, 1975 Montgomery County, Ohio, Calvary Cemetery Married Josephine Marie Logel

William Trick born 1886 Montgomery County, Ohio died 1890 Montgomery County, Ohio

Top Left to Right-Frank,Daniel,John, Marie,Samuel, Joseph, Edward Bottom Left to Right-Lawarence, Louise, and Clarence

Clarence Ignatius Trick-My Grandfather marreid Josephine Marie Logel at Our Lady of the Rosary in Dayton, Ohio by Henry Taske. She was the daughter of John Logel and Elizabeth Edemann she was born Mar 10,1906 in Montgomery County, Ohio and died Mar 24, 1985 in Montgomery County, Ohio.Burried in the Calvary Cemetery in Dayotn Ohio

Children of CLARENCE TRICK and JOSEPHINE LOGEL

Charlotte Madonna Trick

Mary Margaret Trick

Joseph Clarence Trick

Thomas Ambrose Trick

Martha Ann Trick

Evelyn Ruth Trick

Dorothy Helen Trick

Arthur John Trick

Donald Eugene Trick

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  1. Hello. My three daughters are direct descendants of Victoria Kreutler Madlinger through her daughter Mary Madlinger Wald. My youngster daughter stumbled across this site while researching a potential trip to Sasbach and/or Sasbachried this summer.

    In researching my children’s genealogy I connected with a descendant of Mary Madlinger Wald who lives in Australia. She in turn sent me a Madlinger family history in a binder. My youngest daughter is the custodian of the binder.

    If you would like to share information please let me know via Facebook. You have two pieces of information on this site that I don’t have and I just may have information to share with you.

  2. thank you


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