Prospect Hill Cemetery
Prospect Hill Cemetery was established in 1858 by the German Evangelical Church Society of the United Evangelical Concordia Church. It was incorporated by an Act of Congress in 1860. Currently the cemetery is a non-denominational cemetery open to anyone who chooses it as their final resting place. It is located at 2201 N Capitol Street NE in our nation's capitol. Photo's are courtesy of Richard & Pat Marshall.
John G. Reisinger
1840 - 1903
His Wife, Dorothea W. Reisinger
1853 - 1916
Mary E. Reisinger
1872 - 1952
Johannes George Reisinger was born September 12, 1839 in Wembach, Grand Duchy of Hesse-Darmstadt. He was the son of Johann Georg Reisinger and his second wife Marianne Beilstein. He emigrated to the United States in 1852, arriving at the Port of Baltimore on the Ship Johannes. He married (1) Anna Dorothea Reiter on November 5, 1861 in Washington, DC. He married (2) Wilhelmine Dorothea Sophie Wachsmuth on February 5, 1871 in Washington, DC. He died March 20, 1903 in Rockville, Montgomery Co, MD.
Wilhelmine Dorothea Sophie Wachsmuth was born October 11, 1853 in Zellerfield, Hanover, Germany. She was the daughter of Christian Wachsmuth and his wife Elise Bonitz. She died August 23, 1916 in Middletown, Orange Co, NY.
Mary E. Reisinger, the oldest daughter of Johannes George Reisinger and his second wife Wilhelmine Dorothea Sophie Wachsmuth, was born March 5, 1872 in Washington, DC and died July 11, 1952 in Washington, DC.
1860 - Enumerated in the Washington, DC household of J Aigler, Confectioner
Evangelisch Kirch Rohrbach
Baltimore Passenger and Immigration Lists Volume 2, 1851-1872
Name: John Reisinger
John G. Reisinger
Anna Dorothea Reisinger
11 Octob 1840
29 Juli 1870
Anna Dorothea Reiter, a native of Hesse-Darmstadt, was the first wife of Johannes George Reisinger. They married November 5, 1861 in Washington, DC.
Charles Henry Reisinger
1875 - 1905
Anna S. Reisinger
1878 - 1976
Charlotte L. B. Reisinger
1874 - 1963
Charles Henry Reisinger was the oldest son of Johannes George Reisinger and his second wife Wilhelmine Dorothea Sophie Wachsmuth. He was born August 7, 1875 in Washington, DC and died of tuberculosis in Denver, CO on October 21, 1905. He married Anna Barbara Margaret Schmidtman.
The Washington Post, October 25, 1905
Anna Barbara Margaret Schmidtman, daughter of Hermann H. Schmidtmann and his wife Sabine Stohlman, was born June 5, 1878 in Washington, DC and died June 19, 1976 in Baltimore, MD.
Charlotte L. B. Reisinger was a daughter of Johannes George Reisinger and his second wife Wilhelmine Dorothea Sophie Wachsmuth. She was born May 8, 1874 in Washington, DC and died June 6, 1963 in Falls Church, VA.
1920 Washington, DC Census, ED 214, Sheet 13B, 56 Randolph Place
Mary Louise Miller
William J. H. Miller
January 7, 1887
March 24, 1857
Phillip A. Miller
October 28, 1892
December 9, 1959
Mary Louise Reisinger was the oldest daughter of Johannes George Reisinger and his first wife Anna Dorothea Reiter. she was born May 6, 1864 in Washington, DC and died August 2, 1948 in Washington, DC. She married (1) William H. Miller; (2) Joseph Miller.
William J. H. Miller was the oldest son of Mary Louise Reisinger and her husband William H. Miller.
Phillip A. Reisinger was the second son of Mary Louise Reisinger and her husband William H. Miller.
Margaret Reisinger was born about 1850 in Maryland and died March 15, 1897 in Washington, DC. She was the first wife of Jacob H. Reisinger.
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