Samuel Milton Heinrich, 19151984 (aged 69 years)

Name
Samuel Milton /Heinrich/
Given names
Samuel Milton
Surname
Heinrich
Birth August 19, 1915 39 33
Birth of a sisterMildred Meta Heinrich
August 14, 1917 (aged 1 year)
Death of a maternal grandfatherCharles Olm
September 6, 1922 (aged 7 years)
Death of a fatherJohannes Heinrich
May 5, 1936 (aged 20 years)
Cause: Cardiac Failure
Burial of a fatherJohannes Heinrich
May 6, 1936 (aged 20 years)
Address: Laidley Cemetery Cemetery Reserve Southern St Laidley QLD 4341
Cemetery: Laidley Cemetery
Note: Section 3 Lot 272
Note: The Courier Mail The Courier Mail Wednesday 6 May 1936
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Note: The Courier Mail The Courier Mail Wednesday 6 May 1936
Marriage of a siblingHarold WolterMildred Meta HeinrichView this family
April 3, 1940 (aged 24 years)
Address: Tarampa Baptist Church
Death of a motherMarguerite Philippine Clara Olm
February 16, 1943 (aged 27 years)
Cause: Cancer
Birth of a sonDavid Heinrich
May 4, 1953 (aged 37 years)
Death of a sonDavid Heinrich
February 17, 1961 (aged 45 years)
Death of a brotherDaniel John Heinrich
March 12, 1977 (aged 61 years)

Cause: Angina
Death of a wifeLillian May Scarborough
February 12, 1982 (aged 66 years)
Address: Karinya
Death of a brotherCarl August Heinrich
August 22, 1982 (aged 67 years)
Cause: Heart Attack
Burial of a brotherCarl August Heinrich
August 25, 1982 (aged 67 years)
Address: Albany Creek Road Albany Creek
Cemetery: Albany Creek Crematorium
Death December 24, 1984 (aged 69 years)
Family with parents
father
Johannes and Augustina
18751936
Birth: September 6, 1875Berlin, Germany
Death: May 5, 1936Lowood, Queensland, Australia
mother
Augustina
18821943
Birth: February 28, 1882 24 19Limpertsberg, Luxembourg
Death: February 16, 1943Lowood, Queensland, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: May 15, 1906Manhattan, New York, USA
9 months
elder sister
Ruth, John and Augustina
19071985
Birth: February 13, 1907 31 24Delmont, Charles Mix, South Dakota, USA
Death: September 16, 1985
14 months
elder brother
Carl Heinrich
19081982
Birth: April 15, 1908 32 26Delmont, Charles Mix, South Dakota, USA
Death: August 22, 1982Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
20 months
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
Dan
19121977
Birth: January 2, 1912 36 29Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: March 12, 1977
16 months
elder sister
Mildred, Myrtle and Ruth c 1923
19132008
Birth: April 18, 1913 37 31Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: June 21, 2008Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia
2 years
himself
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19151984
Birth: August 19, 1915 39 33Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: December 24, 1984Laidley, Queensland, Australia
2 years
younger sister
Mildred, Myrtle and Ruth c 1923
19171986
Birth: August 14, 1917 41 35Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: April 9, 1986
Family with Lillian May Scarborough
himself
Sam 1961.jpg
19151984
Birth: August 19, 1915 39 33Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: December 24, 1984Laidley, Queensland, Australia
wife
19171982
Birth: October 29, 1917Coominya, Queensland, Australia
Death: February 12, 1982Laidley, Queensland, Australia
daughter
Private
son
Private
son
Private
daughter
Private
son
19531961
Birth: May 4, 1953 37 35Lowood, Queensland, Australia
Death: February 17, 1961Toogoolawah, Queensland, Australia
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Note: The Courier Mail Saturday 14 January 1950
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Ruth (Moller) born 1906, Carl 1908, Walter 1910, Daniel 1912, Myrtle(Jackwitz) 1913, Samuel 1915 and Mildred (Wolter) 1917.

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By Ron Heinrich

Samuel Milton Heinrich, youngest son of our grandparents’, was born at Blenheim on August 19, 1915. He attended the Blenheim State School.

In 1930 he left Blenheim with his parents for Coominya where his parents had purchased Sanville vineyard. He worked on the vineyard with other members of the family. In 1933 his parents were once again called to ministry and served at Kalbar Baptist Church until 1935. In 1936, his father died at age 60 and he continued to work at the vineyard.

On 24th April 1940, Sam married Lillian May Scarborough of Mount Pleasant which is near Coominya. The wedding took place at Tarampa Baptist Church. Four children were born while the family worked at Coominya – Janet (10 August 1941), Milton (9 May 1943), Ronald (23 June 1946) and Lois (20 April 1950).

While a resident of the Coominya district, Sam took an active interest in the work of the Atkinson Lagoon school committee, being chairman for a period of three years and a member for 5 years. Janet and Milton attended the school.

His sporting achievements have been in the fields of rifle shooting, bowls and cricket. He was an active member of the Coominya rifle club, vice president of the Coominya cricket club and later a member of the Toogoolawah bowls club.

During the war years, Sam with his brother Dan, was a member of the Voluntary Defence Corps. They trained at the Lowood Airfield. They could not join the regular army because of their name “Heinrich”!! Sam’s first visit to Toogoolawah was when the VDC marched through the town. Impressed by the district, he later sold the vineyard and purchased a property owned by Mr G Kaddatz of Nanango Road Toogoolawah . The family carried on grape growing and dairying.

A fifth child was born while living at Toogoolawah, David (4 May 1953). David was injured in a road accident in front of the family home and passed away that night (17 February 1961).

Sam and his brother Carl made a yearly pilgrimage to Amity on Stradbroke Island each August school holidays to fish and relax.

In 1957, Sam erected a service station on the property which was called the “Red Horse Inn”.

Sam was an active member of the community being elected by the community to serve on the local ambulance committee. He also sang at community concerts and on 4IP Ipswich radio.

While at Toogoolawah, the family attended the Baptist and Methodist Churches and the Baptist Church at Murrumba and Esk. Sam was active in the church, using his talents in singing, leading and taking services, and especially being Treasurer.

He and Mum were always having people in need stay at our place. Several Baptist ministers boarded at our home and they looked after several other family members when they were in need.

In 1972 Sam and Lil sold the farm at Toogoolawah and purchased a house at 20 Allen Street, North Ipswich. A few years later they sold that house and bought a retirement unit at the Baptist home “Karinya” in Laidley and lived there serving the home and its clients until they died. Mum passed away on 12 February 1982 and Dad on 24 December 1984.

Short history of Samuel Milton Heinrich

by Ron Heinrich

Samuel Milton Heinrich, youngest son of our grandparents’, was born at Blenheim on August 19, 1915. He attended the Blenheim State School.

In 1930 he left Blenheim with his parents for Coominya where his parents had purchased Sanville vineyard. He worked on the vineyard with other members of the family. In 1933 his parents were once again called to ministry and served at Kalbar Baptist Church until 1935. In 1936, his father died at age 60 and he continued to work at the vineyard.

On 24th April 1940, Sam married Lillian May Scarborough of Mount Pleasant which is near Coominya. The wedding took place at Tarampa Baptist Church. Four children were born while the family worked at Coominya – Janet (10 August 1941), Milton (9 May 1943), Ronald (23 June 1946) and Lois (20 April 1950).

While a resident of the Coominya district, Sam took an active interest in the work of the Atkinson Lagoon school committee, being chairman for a period of three years and a member for 5 years. Janet and Milton attended the school.

His sporting achievements have been in the fields of rifle shooting, bowls and cricket. He was an active member of the Coominya rifle club, vice president of the Coominya cricket club and later a member of the Toogoolawah bowls club.

During the war years, Sam with his brother Dan, was a member of the Voluntary Defence Corps. They trained at the Lowood Airfield. They could not join the regular army because of their name “Heinrich”!! Sam’s first visit to Toogoolawah was when the VDC marched through the town. Impressed by the district, he later sold the vineyard and purchased a property owned by Mr G Kaddatz of Nanango Road Toogoolawah . The family carried on grape growing and dairying.

A fifth child was born while living at Toogoolawah, David (4 May 1953). David was injured in a road accident in front of the family home and passed away that night (17 February 1961). Sam and his brother Carl made a yearly pilgrimage to Amity on Stradbroke Island each August school holidays to fish and relax.In 1957, Sam erected a service station on the property which was called the “Red Horse Inn”.

Sam was an active member of the community being elected by the community to serve on the local ambulance committee. He also sang at community concerts and on 4IP Ipswich radio. While at Toogoolawah, the family attended the Baptist and Methodist Churches and the Baptist Church at Murrumba and Esk. Sam was active in the church, using his talents in singing, leading and taking services, and especially being Treasurer. He and Mum were always having people in need stay at our place. Several Baptist ministers boarded at our home and they looked after several other family members when they were in need.

In 1972 Sam and Lil sold the farm at Toogoolawah and purchased a house at 20 Allen Street, North Ipswich. A few years later they sold that house and bought a retirement unit at the Baptist home “Karinya” in Laidley and lived there serving the home and its clients until they died. Mum passed away on 12 February 1982 and Dad on 24 December 1984.