Christian Friedrich Engelbach

M, b. 19 February 1824
     Christian Friedrich Engelbach was born on 19 February 1824 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. He was the son of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger.

Daniel Engelbach1

M, b. 1800, d. 1880
     Occupation: Kommissariatsassistent in Homburg/Saar. Daniel Engelbach was born in 1800 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. He married Maria Elisabeth Munzinger, daughter of Christian Walter Munzinger and Maria Elisabeth Wild, on 10 September 1822. Daniel Engelbach died in 1880 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany.

Children of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger


  1. [S1] Munzinger Genealogy Chart Microfilm Image; LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT.

Emma Pauline Clementine Engelbach

F, b. 3 March 1835
     Emma Pauline Clementine Engelbach was born on 3 March 1835 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. She was the daughter of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger.

Eugen Engelbach

M, b. 4 September 1840
     Eugen Engelbach married Frederika Wilhelmine Stutz. Eugen Engelbach was born on 4 September 1840. He was the son of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger.

Child of Eugen Engelbach and Frederika Wilhelmine Stutz

Friedrich Engelbach

M, b. 9 April 1827
     Friedrich Engelbach was born on 9 April 1827 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. He was the son of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger. Friedrich Engelbach married Juliana Rueb on 20 October 1853.

Child of Friedrich Engelbach and Juliana Rueb

Helen L. Engelbach1

F, b. 23 March 1889, d. 13 September 1970
     Helen L. Engelbach was born on 23 March 1889.1 She married Emmett J. Mundy, son of Joseph Milburn Mundy and Eliena Louisa Davault, circa 1920.1 Helen L. Engelbach died on 13 September 1970 at age 81.1

Child of Helen L. Engelbach and Emmett J. Mundy


  1. [S706] 1930 Federal Census, Los Angeles County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 124 - 176; FHL #2339859 - 911.
  2. [S1982] 1940 Federal Census, Los Angeles County, CA. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 377.

Julius Engelbach

M, b. 2 April 1839
     Julius Engelbach was born on 2 April 1839 at Homburg, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. He was the son of Daniel Engelbach and Maria Elisabeth Munzinger.

Viola Elizabeth Ann Engelbrecht

F, b. 22 October 1909, d. 29 January 1998
     Viola Elizabeth Ann Engelbrecht was born on 22 October 1909. She married Clarence Koester on 30 April 1941 at Syracuse, Otoe Co., NE. Viola Elizabeth Ann Engelbrecht died on 29 January 1998 at age 88. She was buried in 1998 at North Branch Lutheran Cemetery, Otoe Co., NE, Findagrave #49913711.

Emil Sidney Engelbretson

M, b. 26 July 1903, d. 8 December 1977
     Emil Sidney Engelbretson was born on 26 July 1903 at Naples, Clark Co., SD. He was the son of Torenius Engelbretson and Maria Olson. Emil Sidney Engelbretson married Lois Eula Brown, daughter of Charles Delbert Brown and Eldora Mae Huppert, on 3 December 1927 at Sioux Falls, SD. Emil Sidney Engelbretson died on 8 December 1977 at Hendricks, Lincoln Co., MN, at age 74.

Torenius Engelbretson

     Torenius Engelbretson married Maria Olson.

Child of Torenius Engelbretson and Maria Olson

Hannah L. Engelhart

     Hannah L. Engelhart married Jacob Mack on 16 October 1782.

Child of Hannah L. Engelhart and Jacob Mack

Arthur John Engelken Jr.

M, b. 5 June 1929, d. 6 August 1999
     Arthur John Engelken Jr. was born on 5 June 1929 at San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX. He married Betty Jo Johnson. Arthur John Engelken Jr. died on 6 August 1999 at Bexar Co., TX, at age 70. He was buried in August 1999 at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleum, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, Findagrave #151855926.

James Engels

     James Engels married Catherine Boone, daughter of Joseph Boone and Elizabeth Warren, on 25 August 1777 at St. Gabriel's Church, Douglassville, Berks Co., PA.

Gordon John Engen

M, b. 3 July 1902, d. 9 October 1987
     Gordon John Engen was also known as "Curly". He was born on 3 July 1902 at Minnesota.1 He was the son of Anna (?)1 Gordon John Engen married Rosabelle Windle, daughter of William Windle and Bertha Irene Phelps. Gordon John Engen died on 9 October 1987 at age 85. He was buried in October 1987 at Memorial Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.


  1. [S1303] 1920 Federal Census, Ramsey County, Minnesota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 852.

Bill Joe England

M, b. 12 January 1927, d. 17 September 2015
     Bill Joe England was born on 12 January 1927 at Ft. Smith, Sebastian Co., AR; son of Sherman S. and Beulah (Jones) England of Ft. Smith, Arkansas. He began military service World War II era service, U.S. Navy, Radioman. He married Carol Jean Gordon, daughter of Ernest Harrison Gordon and Alberta Josephine Nesbitt, on 17 March 1950 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK. Bill Joe England died on 17 September 2015 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, at age 88

Obituary -- (

England, Billy Joe “Bill,” 88, retired salesman, died Sept. 17. Services 10 a.m. Monday, Wilmont Place Baptist Church (Vondel L. Smith and Son South, Oklahoma City).

Bill Joe England, a precious father, role model, grandfather and great-grandfather passed away Thursday, September 17, 2015 at the age of 88.

He was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas on January 12, 1927 to Sherman and Beulah (Jones) England. He attended schools in many states, graduating from Central High School in Oklahoma City. While in the Navy, he served as a Radioman on the USS Nevada, USS Pickaway, and USS Indiana. After his return and working for several years, he married his sweetheart, Carol Jean Gordon on March 17, 1950. They were married almost 60 years until Carol’s death.

Bill worked for several years at Wonder Bread and later for Cain’s Coffee for over 20 years until his retirement. Bill made his profession of faith at Wilmont Place and served in many capacities at the church during his lifetime. Besides being a Deacon, he often completed handyman jobs there with his friend, Chuck Johnson. He was a faithful follower of Christ and loved his church family. He will remain in our hearts forever and will be deeply missed.

Bill was preceded in death by his wife, Carol England; parents, Beulah Jones England and Sherman England; aunt, Ruby Crawford; daughter-in-law, Deanna England; and grandson, Jay Trusley. Bill is survived by daughter, Tricia & husband Mark Meacham; son, Charles England; daughter, Cindy & husband Greg Dean; daughter, Jana & husband Max Burgess; daughter, Marsha & husband Larry Brooks; 14 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Viewing will be 12-8 p.m. Sunday at Vondel Smith South Western. Services to Celebrate His Life will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, at Wilmont Place Baptist Church, 6440 S. Santa Fe, OKC, with burial following at Heritage Burial Park. Friends may leave condolences for the family at

Published in The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Saturday, September 19, 2015, Page 8A, and Sunday, September 20, 2015, Page 20A.

He was buried in September 2015 at Heritage Burial Park, Oklahoma City, Cleveland Co., OK, Findagrave #152479245.

Cora Bell England

F, b. 30 June 1880, d. 4 May 1966
     Cora Bell England was born on 30 June 1880 at Hunt Co., TX.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson England and Lucy Ann White. Cora Bell England married William Thomas Tallmon, son of John Harrison Tallman and Sarah Simms, on 17 May 1895 at Delta County, TX. Cora Bell England lived on 25 June 1900 at Justice Precinct 5, Fannin Co., TX, farming.1 She lived on 16 May 1910 at Justice Precinct 5, Fannin Co., TX, farming.2 She died on 4 May 1966 at age 85. She was buried in May 1966 at Smithfield Cemetery, North Richland Hills, Tarrant Co., TX, Findagrave #74871893.

Children of Cora Bell England and William Thomas Tallmon


  1. [S2191] 1900 Federal Census, Fannin County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1633; FHL #1241633.
  2. [S874] 1910 Federal Census, Tarrant County, Texas. Microfilm Image, Series T624, Rolls 1590-92; FHL #1375603-5.

Eva Jane England

F, b. 23 March 1892, d. 7 September 1967
     Eva Jane England was born on 23 March 1892 at Cottage Grove, Lane Co., OR. She was the daughter of Joseph McClellan Greenup England and Nancy Ellen Harrison. Eva Jane England married Charles Truman Starr, son of William Warren Starr and Phoebe Elizabeth Herbert, on 5 May 1912 at Corvallis, Benton Co., OR. Eva Jane England died on 7 September 1967 at Nampa, Canyon Co., ID, at age 75.

Children of Eva Jane England and Charles Truman Starr

Hezekiah England

M, b. 15 November 1835, d. 24 March 1908
     Hezekiah England was born on 15 November 1835. He married Deborah Cockerell on 8 September 1859 at Ross Co., OH. Hezekiah England died on 24 March 1908 at age 72

Biography -- (

HEZEKIAH ENGLAND, for many years a farmer of Huntington township, is one of the little army of civil war veterans who did so much of Ross county’s glory in the days of the country’s need. He was born in Hocking county, Ohio, Nov. 15, 1835; in childhood lost both of his parents by death, and when about twelve years of age came to Ross county to live with uncles in Huntington township. Sept. 8, 1859, he was married to Deborah Cockerell and shortly after “set up housekeeping” on a small farm, by the cultivation of which he was making a living and doing fairly well at the outbreak of the civil war. Aug. 13, 1862, he enlisted as a private in Company G, Eighty-ninth regiment Ohio volunteer infantry, which served fro awhile in West Virginia and shortly after the battle of Stone river was sent to re-enforce General Rosecrans at Nashville, Tenn., where it arrived Feb. 7, 1863. From there it moved to Carthage, and shortly after joined Rosecrans’ main army at Murfreesboro. It next joined in the movement against Bragg, at Tullahoma, and entered its first battle at Hoover’s Gap, where it had a taste of war at its worst. A Chickamauga the Eighty-ninth was in the hottest of the fight and suffered severely in killed, wounded and prisoners. During that fearful engagement, Mr. England was struck in the left ankle by a minie ball and received a wound which completely disabled him, in addition to which he was struck four times by balls which fortunately were spent. HE lay on this field of carnage, surrounded by all its ghastly horrors, for eight days before he received medical attention. He was first spent to the hospital at Bridgeport, Tenn., and subsequently to Nashville, from which place he was furloughed home on sick leave. After a rest from November until March, he went to Camp Dennison, where he was operated on, and May 4, 1864, was discharged from the service on account of disability, since which time he has lived continuously at his home in Ross county. By his first marriage he had nine children, of whom the living are Elizabeth, wife of James Edgington, Jr; Delilah, wife of Charles Bruff, and Peter. The mother died in 1889, and on Oct. 20, 1900, Mr. England married Elizabeth, widow of Paul Hammond, and daughter of William Wendell.
Source #1 - The County of Ross: a history of Ross County, Ohio by Henry Holcomb Bennett - Published by S. A. Brant, Madison, Wis., 1902 ~ Page 457.

He was buried in March 1908 at Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH, Findagrave #126571493.

Child of Hezekiah England and Deborah Cockerell

Joseph McClellan Greenup England

M, b. 9 February 1863, d. 25 September 1938
     Joseph McClellan Greenup England was born on 9 February 1863 at Davis Co., IA. He married Nancy Ellen Harrison. Joseph McClellan Greenup England died on 25 September 1938 at Corvallis, Benton Co., OR, at age 75. He was buried in September 1938 at Mount Union Cemetery, Corvallis, Benton Co., OR, Findagrave #101849737.

Child of Joseph McClellan Greenup England and Nancy Ellen Harrison

Mary E. England

F, b. 28 July 1905, d. 28 July 1906
     Mary E. England was born on 28 July 1905 at Huntington Twp., Ross Co., OH. She was the daughter of Peter England and Emma Riley. Mary E. England died on 28 July 1906 at Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH, at age 1. She was buried in July 1906 at Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH, Findagrave #151090320.

Peter England

M, b. 28 June 1870, d. 15 February 1910
     Peter England was born on 28 June 1870 at Ross Co., OH. He was the son of Hezekiah England and Deborah Cockerell. Peter England married Emma Riley, daughter of William E. Riley and Mary Elizabeth Starr, in 1902. Peter England died on 15 February 1910 at Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH, at age 39. He was buried in February 1910 at Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH, Findagrave #63606436.

Children of Peter England and Emma Riley

Raymond Cecil England

M, b. 15 June 1907, d. 26 October 1986
     Raymond Cecil England was born on 15 June 1907 at Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH. He was the son of Peter England and Emma Riley. Raymond Cecil England married Betty Goff, no children. Raymond Cecil England died on 26 October 1986 at Hernando, Citrus Co., FL, at age 79. He was buried in 1986 at Enon Cemetery, Enon, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #106854437.

Thomas Jefferson England1

M, b. 9 October 1840, d. 15 December 1905
     Thomas Jefferson England was born on 9 October 1840 at Robertson Co., TN.1 He married Lucy Ann White on 12 August 1879 at Lamar Co., TX, Thomas was first married to Harriet Warren and had seven children with her before she died in 1878. Thomas Jefferson England died on 15 December 1905 at Hunt Co., TX, at age 65. He was buried in December 1905 at Hope-Sweatbox Cemetery, Jardin, Hunt Co., TX, Findagrave #8981804.

Child of Thomas Jefferson England and Lucy Ann White


  1. [S2193] 1900 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1647; FHL #1241647.

Donald Englander

M, b. 26 November 1923
     Donald Englander was born on 26 November 1923 at Syracuse, Onandaga Co., NY. He was the son of Leo Englander and Martha Elizabeth Hicks. Donald Englander began military service on 5 February 1943 at Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA, WW II service, enlisted, U.S. Army. He married Vivian Rice, daughter of Gerald Leo Rice and Marguerite McKinley Swartz, three children, per Vivan's obituary. Donald Englander lived on 17 January 1950 at 423 West Lincoln Street, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA, WW II bonus application.

Leo Englander

M, b. 15 October 1887, d. after January 1950
     Leo Englander was born on 15 October 1887 at New York City, NY, WW I draft registration.1 He married Martha Elizabeth Hicks. Leo Englander lived on 1 April 1935 at Berwick, Columbia Co., PA.1 He lived in January 1950 at 22 North Hanover Street, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA, per son Donald's WW II bonus application. He died after January 1950.

Child of Leo Englander and Martha Elizabeth Hicks


  1. [S3754] 1940 Federal Census, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627.

Elizabeth Englar

F, b. 13 October 1766, d. 24 October 1851
     Elizabeth Englar was born on 13 October 1766. She was the daughter of Philip Englar and Margaret Holverstot. Elizabeth Englar married Matthias Stem. Elizabeth Englar married John Stoner, son of Johannes Steiner and Anna Light. Elizabeth Englar died on 24 October 1851 at age 85.

Gerald Franklin Englar

M, b. 3 December 1915, d. 27 September 2001
     Gerald Franklin Englar was born on 3 December 1915 at Baltimore Co., MD. He was the son of Maurice Stoner Englar and Bessie Elizabeth Franklin. Gerald Franklin Englar married Janis Kimball.
Note: Newspaper articles:

The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland); Sunday, 30 Sep 1956; Page 146; (

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Franklin Englar have returned from a wedding trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Englar is the former Miss Janis Kimball, of Short Hills, N.J.

The Evening Sun (Baltimore, Maryland); Tuesday, 13 Dec 1966; Page 21; (

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Franklin recently returned to their home on Oakdale road after spending several weeks vacationing on St. Thomas and St. Croix, Virgin Islands.

The Evening Sun
(Baltimore, Maryland); Tuesday, 10 Jul 1973; Page 18; (

Terriers, Toto Look-A-Likes, Cats Live In A Tumbling Harmony

In rolling, tumbling harmony, two Norwich Terriers --each resembling Toto in the Wizard of Oz--and two large cats eat, sleep and play together in Kim and Gerald Englar's house in Roland Park.

"We're not experts on pets, we just love them," the Englars say.

And these four healthy and compatible pets prove it.

The terriers, five-year-old King's Prevention Jill and two-year-old King's Prevention Jay Wiggles, were purchased from a Chestertown kennel. A Murray Hill resident sold the Englars the yellow cat they named Butterscotch. Percival, a grey and white cat, was given to them.

Cats Like Puppies

"It is incredible how they all get along together," says Mrs. Englar. "The cats think they're dogs and that helps. Jay Wiggles and Jill roll on the floor with Butterscotch like puppies. Percival is more aloof and prefers to watch from a vantage point -preferably the chair arm."

Country born and bred by English sportsmen, the Norwich Terriers are good tempered and gregarious, not restless or quarrelsome.

Several terrier breeds were developed from the English, Irish and Scottish terriers. One was the Cantab which was a favorite at Cambridge University in about 1880. Another was the Trumpington which was named after the home town of the breeder.

Masters of Foxhounds

The Norwich was developed from several of these varieties by a Norwich huntsman named "Roughrider" Jones. They were owned almost exclusively by Masters of Foxhounds or those interested in fox hunting.

Because of their size-- shoulder height about 10 inches and weight about 10 to 12 pounds--they were transported in carriers on horses until the foxhounds ran the fox to ground. The Norwich was then used to go into the holes and flush the fox out.

Mr. Jones introduced the Norwich to the United States shortly after the first World War.

The Englars do not have ancestral information regarding Percival and Butterscotch.

Baseball Mitt Paws

Butterscotch has a distinctive physical characteristic. He has an extra toe on each front paw, and appears to have a baseball mitt on each.

"Climbing trees or anything is impossible for him, even a little fast stepping on level ground causes him to stumble and look clumsy," says Kim Englar.

"About the only hunting instinct Jay Wiggles and Jill display is for the postman and their toys. At our suggestion they'll fetch and hunt their toys. When the postman arrives he brings them cookies which they chew. They don't, however, stop there. They continue right on chewing the mail; all except the bills, laughed Mr. Englar.

A happy pet, the Englars agree, is one that is not allowed to run loose. "We believe these animals are just roaming around hunting affection."

"And when you leave your pet for a vacation, be sure it's left with a boarding kennel that is just for that. There the pet will be?in large runs and together instead of in small cages that some places only provide. Always look at the actual enclosure your pet will be kept in," warns Mrs. Englar.

Gerald Franklin Englar died on 27 September 2001 at age 85

OBITUARY - The Baltimore Sun; Baltimore, Maryland; Saturday, September 29, 2001; Page 29 (

ENGLAR, Gerald
On September 27, 2001, GERALD FRANKLIN ENGLAR, beloved husband of Janis (nee Kimball) Englar. Survived by one cousin, Harriet Behringer.

Arrangements by Henry W. Jenkins & Sons, (410-435-0200). Friends may call at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home.

Note: Harriett Behringer was Harriette Virginia (Rhawn) Behringer-White. She married Beaman Twitty White in 1977. It is not known why she is mentioned using her earlier married surname.

Joseph Lincoln Englar

M, b. 9 January 1864, d. 15 November 1946
     Joseph Lincoln Englar was born on 9 January 1864 at Carroll Co., MD. He married Clara Mae Stoner, daughter of Samuel Stoner and Mary Jane Babylon. Joseph Lincoln Englar died on 15 November 1946 at New Windsor, Carroll Co., MD, at age 82.

Child of Joseph Lincoln Englar and Clara Mae Stoner

Maurice Stoner Englar

M, b. 20 September 1889, d. 23 March 1961
     Maurice Stoner Englar was born on 20 September 1889 at New Windsor, Carroll Co., MD. He was the son of Joseph Lincoln Englar and Clara Mae Stoner. Maurice Stoner Englar married Bessie Elizabeth Franklin, daughter of Charles Samuel Franklin and Sarah Elizabeth Shipley. Maurice Stoner Englar died on 23 March 1961 at Balimore, MD, at age 71

OBITUARY - The News; Frederick, Maryland; Friday, March 24, 1961; Page 12 (

Maurice S. Englar

Maurice Stoner Englar, age 71, a former resident of Carroll County who resided recently on West Franklin street in Baltimore, died suddenly at his Baltimore home Thursday morning.

Born in Carroll County, Mr. Englar was the son of the late Joseph L. Englar and the late Clara Stoner Englar. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth F. Englar and one son, Gerald Englar of Baltimore.

Also surviving are two brothers, John D. Englar of Westminster and Joseph F. Englar of New Windsor. The body is at the New Windsor funeral home of D. D. Hartzler and Sons, where private services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m.

The services will be conducted by Rev. Harris Waters. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. The family requests that flowers be ommitted. Interment will be in the Pipe Creek cemetery, near New Windsor.

He was buried in March 1961 at Pipe Creek Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Union Bridge, Carroll Co., MD, Findagrave #66897471.

Child of Maurice Stoner Englar and Bessie Elizabeth Franklin

Philip Englar

     Philip Englar married Margaret Holverstot.

Child of Philip Englar and Margaret Holverstot