Descendants of Johann Christian Tinius

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PHOTOGRAPHS OF DESCENDANTS OF:

Karl Frederich Tinius

Charles August Tinius

Johann FriedrichWilhelm Tinius

Otto Frank Tinius

OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS

Cemetery Photo's

1964 Tinius Reunion Photos

OTHER RECORDS AND DATA

Charles August Home Artifacts

Charles Tinius Land Records

Surname List

Obituaries

Johann Georg Frederich Tinius Civil War Records

Biography Johann Georg Tinius

Johann Georg Tinius Minister

Census Records

Newpaper Articles

Tinius's In The US

OTHER GENEALOGIES

Mott Genealogy

Reisch Genealogy

Ruthardt Genealogy

Hawkins Genealogy

Behrick Genealogy

Charles August Home and Artifacts

 

The photogrphs on this page are of the Charles August farm house and other items he owned.

The SS Deutschland from Hamburg to New York arrived: 19 January 1854 the date came from Charles and Caroline family bible. The passenger list has a Carl Thinius, 19, M, Farmer.
 

This violin belonged to Charles and was claimed to be a Stradivarius, this information was given to me by Vera Thomas (Tinius) Osborne one Charles's grand children. The violin has a paper tag inside "Antonius Stradivarius Faciebat Anno 1736", with a double circle with a Cross and the letters AS. On the back just below where the neck is fastened is the word Conservatory.

This Goblet was manufactured about 1862 and was given to Charles as a prize at the Kentucky State Fair for his prized sheep. Photo was taken by James Richard Tinius 2002.
This is one of the jugs that Charles used in his wine and fruit juice making business. The upper photo was given to me by Susan Granade October 2006. The bottom photo was taken by James Richard Tinius in October 2005 at the home James Marvin Tinius.
Jug used by Charles Tinius in the wine and fruit juice business this jug was owned by Maydee Elizabeth (Chapin) Haynes photo's were taken by Emmett Larue Tinius in 1973.
This is Charles August home, the house was on the property when he purchased the first 175 acres in 1864. The upper photo was taken in 1973 by Emmett Larue Tinius. The lower photo was taken much later as the trees beside the house are much bigger. The photo was given to me by Susan Granade.
   
   
   

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