Frederick Rehm1

#677, (circa 1828 - 14 February 1896)
RelationshipGrandfather of George Jerome Rehm
Father*____ Rehm2 (s 1800 - )
National Archives and Records Administration


Elizabeth Riedemann b. 1836, d. 1911
Children 1.Edward Adam Rehm (1859 - 1901)
 2.Annie "Anna" Elizabeth Rehm+ (bt 1862 - 1865 - 1929)
 3.Augustus Rehm+1 (1867 - 1932)
 4.George Rehm (bt 1868 - 1870 - 1898)
Birth*circa 1828He was born circa 1828 at BavariaG; (to be verified.)3 
circa 1846He migrated to New York, New York, from Germany circa 1846.4 
24 October 1855He was naturalized on 24 October 1855 at New York; (declaration of intention.)5 
between 1857 and 16 November 1857He was naturalized between 1857 and 16 November 1857 at 115 Wooster Street, New York, New York; (petition for naturalization.)5,6 
Marriage*29 November 1858He married Elizabeth Riedemann, daughter of ____ Riedemann, on 29 November 1858 at New York.7 
1 May 1861He lived on 1 May 1861 at 265 West Houston Street, New York, Manhattan, New YorkG.8 
13 May 1864He was employed in Retail Liquor on 13 May 1864 at 265 W Houston, New York, New York.9 
10 July 1864He registered for the military draft on 10 July 1864 at 265 Houston, New York, New York.10 
1870He was a beer salesman in 1870. 
18 June 1870He and Elizabeth Riedemann appeared on the census of 18 June 1870 at New York, New York.11 
23 December 1870He and Elizabeth Riedemann appeared on the census of 23 December 1870 at West Houston St between Varick and Hudson, New York, New York.12 
1872He was in liquor sales in 1872 at New York.13 
between 1876 and 1877He was in beer sales between 1876 and 1877 at New York.14 
1879He was working in an eating house in 1879 at 128 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York.15 
1880He was a furniture packer in 1880. 
5 June 1880He and Elizabeth Riedemann appeared on the census of 5 June 1880 at 128 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York.16 
Death*14 February 1896He died on 14 February 1896 at 589 East 135th Street, New York, New York; (note address of son Augustus in 1894 as 591 East 135th Street.)17
Burial*17 February 1896He was buried on 17 February 1896 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, New YorkG.18,19,17
ChartsAncestors of George Rehm


  1. [S45] New York City Marriage Cerificate, New York City Municipal Archives, Dept. of Records, New York, New York.
  2. [S520] VWH.
  3. [S1178] Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898, online, 1. (very poss.) Friederich Rehm, christening 02 Aug 1829 at Evangelisch, Edenkoben, Pfalz, Bavaria. Father Philipp Jakob Rehm, mother Barbara Jenser. FHL microfilm 193825 [for the same record, has birth date of 27 Jul 1829]. 2. (poss.) Friedrich Riem, christening 04 Feb 1827 at Evangelisch, Gimmeldingenlobloch, Pfalz, Bavaria. Father Christoph Riem, mother Sussanna Katharina Sieber.
  4. [S53] New York City Death Certificate, birthplace Germany, in US 50 yrs, New York City Municipal Archives, Dept. of Records, New York, New York. Hereinafter cited as New York City Death Certificate.
  5. [S706] New York Petitions for Naturalization, 1794-1906/1940, microfilm (negative), National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 85, online, Superior Court NY County, bundle 199, record no. 197; includes file cover (197), declaration of intent (197A) 24 Oct 1855 and petition for naturalization (197B) (NY Common Pleas), 16 Nov 1857. ARC no. 5324244, record group 85. Frederick Rehm, res. 115 Wooster St., 8th ward, no occ. given; sworn to by Charles Kunz, 111 Wooster St., renunciation of the King of Bavaria.
  6. [S456] New York, Index to Petitions for Naturalization filed in New York City, 1792-1989, card file index, online, Rehm, Frederick; Common Pleas Court, New York County; Nov. 16, 1857, bundle 199, copy of record no. 197; address 115 Wooster St., N.Y. City; Bavarian; witness Charles Kunz, 111 Wooster St. N.Y.C. (card R500).
  7. [S1425] New York, New York City Marriage Records, 1829-1938/1940, online Fredrich Rehm, age 29, b. Germany, single; and Cath. Riedeman [sic], age 22, b. Germany, single; marr. Manhattan NY 29 Nov 1858. FHL microfilm 1,671,673.
  8. [S1179] Trow's New York City Directory (New York: Trow City Directory Co., annual), Vol/ LXXIV for 1 May 1861, p. 709, img. 394/2370. Frederick Rehm, beer, 265 W. Houston. Vol. LXXXVI, p. 714, img. 2163/2376. Frederick Rehm, saloon, 265 W. Houston.
  9. [S455] U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918, online, Annual list, NY State, Div. 10, Dist. 4, p. 23, retail liquor.
  10. [S564] U.S. Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865, National Archives and Records Administration, online, NY, 4th Cong. Dist., Class, vol. 2/5, sh. 13, img. 393/437. Frederick Rehm, age 36, laborer, married, b. Germany, res. 265 Houston, no former military history noted.
  11. [S18] 1870 U.S. Federal Census. Frederic (41), lager beer salesman [or saloon], b. Bavaria, U.S. citizen, personal estate $1,000; Eliza (34), b. Darmstadt; Adam (10); Annie (7); Justice (4); George (1). Others incl. Louis Riedermann (18), varnisher, b. Prussia, and other cabinet makers, varnishers, carver, segar [sic] maker, watch maker, domestic, laborer.
  12. [S88] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, 2nd enumeration. Frederick (41), b. Bavaria; Eliza (34), b. Hesse-Cassel.
  13. [S1179] Trow's New York City Directory (annual), 85:947, May 1872; Frederick Rehm, liquors, 264 W. Houston.
  14. [S1179] Trow's New York City Directory (annual), 89:1099, May 1876 and 90:1131, May 1877; Frederick Rehm, beer, 264 W. Houston.
  15. [S1179] Trow's New York City Directory (annual), 92:1202, May 1879; Frederick Rehm, "eatingh" [eating house], 128 Seventh Ave. [same as res, address in 1880 census]
  16. [S17] 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Frederich (51), furniture packer, b. Germany; Elizabeth (42), b. Germany; Edward (20), barkeeper; Annie (15); Augustus (13); George (10).
  17. [S53] New York City Death Certificate, No. 5439. Frederick Rehm, b. Germany, parents b. Germany, porter, marr., d. 14 Feb 1896, age 66, at res. 589 E. 135th; parents b. Germany, names unk.; bur. Woodlawn 17 Feb 1896, Wm Doherty & Sons, undertaker; certified by William O'Meagher, Coroner, 15 Feb 1896, inquest pending; certified by Philip F O'Hanlon, medical attendant at inquest, d. 14 Feb 1896 at 10:05 PM, cause of death diabetes and cardiac dilatation.
  18. [S123] Woodlawn Cemetery Records, Bronx, NY, index card images, Kay Hancock, researcher.
  19. [S95] Kay Hancock, "Frederick, Elizabeth, and Edward Rehm are interred at The Woodlawn Cemetery ...," e-mail message from e-mail address (Woodlawn Cemetery) to Vincent Hartnett, 29 Nov 2011, "After reviewing your request for information we were able to confirm that Frederick, Elizabeth, and Edward Rehm are interred at The Woodlawn Cemetery in SW9655 Lot, Section 100, Hemlock plot.". Hereinafter cited as "Rehm - Woodlawn Cemetery."