DESCENDANTS OF PETER LUDT
This lineage is being researched by
1. Peter Lute b abt. 1807 in Prussia d. Occu: Teamster m. Sophia Sheithaurer b. abt. 1806 in Prussia d. 2/6/1885 in Yo., Oh d/o Sabastian & Mary Sheithaurer (Src: 1860 census of Trumbull, Co.) Book Youngstown & Mahoning Valley page 368-Peter came to Youngstown when it was only a collection of cabins He helped build the old Youngstown Canal) Sophia is bur. in Oak Hill Cemetry.
l Phillip Ludt b. abt. 1823 in Prussia Occu: Coalminer d. 1/23/1895 in Yo., Oh m.
Sophia (Mowl) Moewe b. abt. 1827 in Prussia d. 3/20/1887 d/o John Mowl &
Maria. (Bur: Oak Hill Cem his Lot # 281-her lot # 280 - Have obit)
l Louis Ludt b. abt. 1865
2. Frank Ludt b. 4/9/1848 in Yo. Oh d. (per her obit he was still living in 1919)
m. 6/22/1871 in Yo. Oh Mary Elizabeth Bierdeman b. 8/22/1854 in Lisbon,
Ohio d. 1/12/1919 d/o Rev. A. Bierdeman
& Rachel R. (Have obit-Bur: Oak Hill Cemetery Lot #423)
l Christina Ludt
ll Frederick M.C. Ludt b. 7/17/1872 in Yo., Oh
lll Carlotta Anetta Ludt b. 11/19/1874 in Yo., Oh
llll Frank Christian Ludt Jr. b. 10/31/1876 in Yo., Oh
V Edward Henry Ludt b. 9/15/1879 in Yo. Oh d. 12/27/1938 in Yo. m
2/19/1902 Bessie Belle Boyington b. 1/10/1891 in Poland, Oh d.
11/30/1968 d/o Walter & Lucy Ann Bishop Boyington Smith...(Have obit of
Edward and Bessie Belle-both bur. in Poland Cemetery )
l Bessie Belle Ludt b. 12/12/1902 in Yo., Oh d. 11/13/1905 in Yo., Oh Bur:
Oak Hill Cem. Lot # 423
l Edward Walter Ludt b. 4/25/1905 in Yo., Oh d. 9/30/ 1981 in Yo. Oh m.
1/7/1931 Jennie Marie Sanberg b. 6/14/1908 in Yo., Oh d. 7/11/1998 in
Yo., Oh d/o John E. Sanberg & Marie Hagstrom. (Have obit for
both-Bur: Poland Cemetery)
l Shirley Ludt m. Henry Richardson
ll Doris Ludt m. James Watson
lll Walter Clayton Ludt b. 12/15/1939 in Yo., Oh m. 3/3/1969 Peggy Ann
Hurdle b. 4/11/1947 in Yo., Oh d/o Edward John Hurdle & Ena Mae
l Edward Welby Ludt b. 10/19/1971 in Yo., Oh m. 6/1/1996 in Canada
Beatrice J. de Vries b. 4/12/1973 d/o Johann & Tina de Vries
l Hope Marchina-Lena Ludt b. 2/11/2000
Vl Paul E. Ludt b. 11/18/1882 in Yo., Oh
Vll Florence Ludt b. abt. 1884
Vlll Gustavus Adolphus Ludt b. 9/15/1885 in Yo., Oh
lX Amelia R. Ludt b. 8/18/1887 in Yo., Oh
X Frances L. Ludt b. abt. 1890
Xl Sarah E. Ludt b. abt. 1895
3. Peter Ludt b.abt. 1851
Children of Phillip Ludt & Sophia Mowl con’t;
4. John Phillip Ludt b. December 29, 1853 in Thorn Hill Creek Dist. Yo.,
Ohio (Book “Youngstown & Mahoning Valley-page 368) d. November
26, 1915 in Youngstown. m. Jennie Millsap d/o Jackson Millsap (d. OHS)
l Philip J. Ludt b. abt. 1878 in Oh d. February 7, 1919 m. Evelyn E.
l Vladimir Phillip b. 1902 m. Hazel Kribbs b. 1/27/1906 in PA d. 9/1981 in
Yo. Oh her par: Charles Leverne & Mary Isabella Duncan
ll Charles W. Ludt b. 4/15/1881 in Yo., Oh d. 11/1/1960 in Yo. Oh
lll Martha Ludt m. Calvin Murberger
lv Edward J. Ludt m. Ida Rock (They had a son Edward Ludt))
Notes re: John Ludt:
Book of Youngstown & Mahoning Valley page 368- he had a puyblic education and worked in the boiler shopas a young man and for the railroads. Top pay on the railroad at that time was about $1.00 a day. In 1885 he founded The Business House of John Ludt. He dealt in hot air furnaces and also perfected an organization for doing all classes of sheet metal work and later became an etensive contractor for slate, tin and gravel roofing. He was the founder and active in this enterprise for thirty years until his death on November 26, 1915.
He was a democrate and was elected as a member of the city council. He is buried in a private Moselium in Belmont Cemetery.
The 1870 census shows Philip’s occupation as “dryman” ; Frank and Peter as working in Boiler shop; John as apprentice tinnery; William as a cigar maker; It also shows 3 other children
Children of Phillip Ludt & Sophia Mowl con’t;
5 William Ludt b. abt. 1855
6 Christian Ludt b. abt. 1857
twins 7. Charlotte Ludt b. 1/17/1860 in Yo. Oh m. 4/16/1879 (LDS) William Noll
8. Charles Ludt b. 1/17/1860 in Yo., Oh d. 10/21/1880 in Yo., Oh
(Src: 1860 census of Youngstown, Oh, Mahoning Co-Bur: Oak Hill Cem.
Lot # 280) In 1870 it shows the last name spelled “LUTE” and shows
them living in the third ward of Youngstown.
9. Elizabeth Ludt b. 1863 d. 11/10/1910 in Yo., Oh m. Max Sartorius
(Have obit of Elizabth) Bur: Oak Hill Cem. Lot # 281
10. Mary Ludt b. 7/1867 in Yo., Oh (poss: b. 1877 ) d. 9/23/188-Bur: Oak
Hill Cem. Lot # 281
Children of Peter Ludt & Sophia con’t;
2. Catherine Ludt b. 7/6/1828 in Bishmishim, Germany Prussia d. 10/20/1912
in Yo., Oh m. 11/15/1849 in Canfield, Oh John H. Hornickel b. abt. 1824.in
Hesse Cassel Occu: Teamster (Have obit for Cathrine-bur: oak Hill Cem. Lot #
l Sophia Hornicklel b. abt. 1851 m. ? Stein (last known add. Neosha, Mo.)
ll Charlotte Hornickel b. abt. 1853
lll Lovina Hornickel b. abt. 1855
lv Ludt H. Hornickel b. abt. 1857 (last known add. Cleveland, OH) (src. obit)
v John F. Hornickel b. May 1860 Src: 1860 census of the Borough of
Youngstown, Ohio- John Jr. was probably born in May as the census shows
5/12 which I take to mean the 5th month out of 12))
vl Fredercik H. Hornickel b. (last known add. in Cambridge) (src. obit)
vll G.H. Hornickel (last known add. Charleston, WV.) (src: obit)
vlll Nettie (last known add. Hubbard, Oh) (src: Obit)
Children of Peter Ludt & Sophia con’t;
3. Christopher/Christian Ludt b. abt. 1838 in Prussia d. 9/22/1920 in Yo., Oh m.
8/16/1860 in New Albany Elizabeth Thullen b. 11/22/1838 d. 1/14/1917 in
Yo., Oh d/o Henry & Angeline Lentzen Thullen His Occu: Laborer/Engineer
(Have obit of both Chris & Elizabeth) She is bur: Oak Hill Cem. Lot # 280
l Alfred Ludt b. abt. 1859 (poss.. Martha Pritchard d. 4/5/1934 Cuyahoga Co)
ll Nettie Ludt b. 5/1865 in Yo., Oh d. 1/9/1887 in Yo. Oh m. 5/1/1884 (LDS)
George Dingledy-She is bur. in Oak Hill Cem Lot # 940
twins lll Joseph Ludt b. 3/1870/1 d. int. 10/3/1915 @ 44 Bur: Oak Hill Cem Lot #
941 (Could be another possibility his middle initial could be “G” and he
died on 1/26/1915 - see Ohio Historical Soc. Death records on LUDT from
lv Josephine Ludt b. 3/1870
4. Henry Ludt b. abt. 1834 in Germany d. abt. 1887 m. 1868 Elizabeth /Eliza
Whitman? b. 4/27/1839 in Coshocton, Oh. d. 10/25/1919. His occu: is listed as
“boatman” (Have obit for Eliza) (Src: OHS death records)
l. Elizabeth Ludt m. ? Bancroft (could this be Lydia??? or another child)
l Mary Ludt m. ? Rosch
l Lydia Ludt b. 4/22/1870 in Yo., Oh d. int. 6/18/1918 in Yo., Oh Bur: Oak Hill
Cem. Lot # 955
5. William Ludt b. abt. 1834 in Prussia m. Ann ? b. abt. 1839 in Baden. His Occu:
Saddle & Harness
l Amelia Lute b. 1860 in Ohio (2 months old at time of 1860 census)
b. abt. 1854 in Ohio
b. abt. 1858 in Ohio
(Src: 1860 census of Weathersfiled Twp.
Residing in same house as William & Ann Ludt (Her brother????)
b. abt. 1842 in Baden
Occu: Harness maker apprentice
(Src: 1860 census Liberty Twp. Trumbull Co., Girard P.O.)
William H. Lute
b. abt. 1843 in Ohio
d.poss: 10/17/1934 (OHS)
Occu: Farm Laborer
(He is found residing in the home of James Cervett? Who is a farmer per 1860 census Poland, Mahoning Co., )
Obituary of Philip Ludt in the Youngstown Vindicator on Thursday, Jan 24, 1895 on the front page:
“A PIONEER REMOVED”
He Succombes to the Inevitable After a Lengthy Illness.
Philip Ludt, a pioneer resident of this city, died late yesterday afternoon at the home of his son John, 112 Prospect Street. He has been in ill health for some time.
The deceased was an important factor in the German Lutheran Church, being one of its originators. He was widely known in this city and vicinity. His sons are John, Frank, William, Louise, of this city, Chris, of DeForest, and Mrs. Max Sartorius is his daughter.
Philip spent many years in Youngstown, with his home on Federal Street. He was in the coal mines of the district, but later engaged in business
The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o’clock from the late residence of the deceased, and at 2 o’clock from the German Lutheran Church.”
Obituary of Mary Elizabeth Lude in the Youngstown Vindicator on Tuesday, January 14, 1919, page 17.
“Funeral services for the late Mrs. Mary Elizabth Ludt, wife of Frank Ludt, who died at 8:50 p.m. Sunday in her home, 842 High Street, following a long illness, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday from the residence and 2:30 p.m. from the Grace English Lutheran Church with Rev. Jesse Leroy Miller officiating. Interment will be made in the Oak Hill Cemetary.
Mrs. Ludt, a daughter of the Rev. A.B. and Rachel Beardeman was born in Lisbon, Ohio August 22, 1854, coming to live in this city 16 years ago. Surviving with the husband are the following children: Mrs. William Thomas, Mrs. G.E. Beede, Mrs. Fred Craft, Frank Jr., and Edward, all of this city and Paul of Erie. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Edwin Webb and Mrs. G.D. Gessaman, both of this city and two brothers, Paul Beardeman of Jackson, Miss. and the Rev. G.D. Beardeman of Findley, Ohio.