Chemung Co., NY
Henry Haupt (b. 1837) and his wife Lucretia settled in Elmira, NY. Both were from Saxony-Weimar. Their children were: Charlie A. (b. 1861), Katie (b. 1866), Ida (b. 1873), and Minnie (b. 1878).
Andrew Haupt (b. 1815) and wife Catherine (b. 1820) were residing in Elmira, NY. Bothe were from Saxony. Children at home with them were: Mary (b. 1860) and Willie (b. 1865).
Dutchess Co., NY (and Ulster Co., NY area)
Haupts that have a very old connection to this immediate area are most likely descendants of Philipp Haupt and his wives Anna Catharina Dresden (Dorsch) and later Gertraud (_____) Haupt (m. 1714). Philipp Haupt was born abt. 1660 Fleisbach, Hessen. He was a son of Heinrich Haupt (b. 1630) and Anna Catharina (Enders) Haupt. Philipp Haupt arrived in New York in 1709 and was one of the Palatines to settle in the Rhinebeck area of Dutchess Co., NY on the Hudson River.
Philipp and Anna Catharina (Dorsch) Haupt had the following children: Daughter (b. Feb. 1685 in Horbach, Hessen), Johann Jost (b. Oct. 1688), Anna Margaretha (b. Nov. 1692), Hermannus (b. Apr. 1694), and Anna Catharina (b. Sept. 1695).
Philipp Haupt are Gertraut (_____) Haupt (m. 1714 in Dutchess Co., NY) had the following children: Catharina (b. Feb. 1715) and Jan (b. d.).
Jan Haupt would marry Elizabeth Kaasby. The name seems to have become Hapt at this point. Jan Hapt and Elizabeth would have the following children: Elizabeth, Jacobus, and Zara. All three were baptized on May 23, 1742 at Rhinebeck Reformed Church, Dutchess Co., NY.
Unfortunately, this is all I know of this line. I have been unable to find other descendants. The information above is from The Palatine Families of New York - 1710, by Henry Z. Jones, Jr.
Erie Co., NY (and Niagara Co., NY area)
Jacob Houpt (b. 1851 in PA) married Sarah Hadaman (b. 1859 in NY) in Buffalo, NY on Sept. 27, 1875. Jacob was a son of Robert Houpt and his wife Mary Ann (Anderson) Houpt.
Friedrich Albrecht Haupt (b. 1804) and his wife Auguste Carolina (von Buseck) settled in Buffalo, NY. He was born in Bad Homburg vor der Hohe, Hessen. He received his law degree from the University of Heidelberg and spent 25 years as the police chief in Bad Homburg. The couple emigrated in 1857. They first settled for a short while in Erie, PA before relocating to Buffalo, NY. This line seems to descend from the large Haupt clan in Wetzlar, Hessen that dates back to 1520.
A second Friedrich Haupt also settled in Buffalo, NY. This Friedrich emmigrated in 1881 from Frankfurt an der Oder, Brandenburg. He married Emma Schenkelburger of Buffalo. Friedrich and Emma's children were Charles Ferdinand, Ellis, and Charlotte.
Herkimer Co., NY (and Otsego Co., Fulton Co., and Montgomery Co., NY area)
The Haupt/Houpt families in the Herkimer Co., NY and surrounding area are descended from Samuel Haupt (b. 1773) and his wife Elizabeth (Sweitzer) Haupt (b. 1778). Samuel Haupt (b. 1773) was a son of John Henry Sebastian Haupt (b. 1744) of Durham, Bucks Co., PA. J. Henry S. Haupt was a son of the immigrant Johann Heinrich Sebastian Haupt (b. 1715 in Windesheim, Rheinland).
Samuel Haupt (b. 1773) and Elizabeth (Sweitzer) Haupt had the following children: Henry Sweitzer (b. 1803), Nancy (b. 1807), Lewis Sweitzer (b. 1810), Chauncy (b. 1815), Elizabeth (b. 1816), Catherine (b. 1818).
Henry S. Haupt (b. 1803) married Elizabeth Agnes Slaughter. Their children were: Franklin C. (b. 1834), Lewis Henry (b. 1839), Elizabeth (b. 1843), and Chauncy (b. 1846).
Lewis S. Haupt (b. 1810) married Caroline Bennedict. Their children were: Sarah (b. 1846), Annie (b. 1848), and William Lewis.
Monroe Co., NY
Carl Friedrich Heinrich Haupt II arrived in 1892 and settled in Rochester, NY. With him were his son Carl Freidrich Heinrich III (b. 1875) and a nephew named Emil. Carl Friedrich Heinrich Haupt II was born Jan., 25, 1848 in Hamburg. In 1875, he married Hedwig Borck in Schwerin, Mecklenburg. Hedwig remained in Germany and did not emigrate. Carl Friedrich Heinrich Haupt III married Rena Goldsmith.
New York Co., NY (Manhattan, Harlem, Bronx Co., Brooklyn Co., Queens Co.)
Jacob Haupt (b. 1842) and his wife Philapina (b. 1847) settled in Manhattan. Jacob Haupt was born in Hessen-Darmstadt. Their children were: Charles (b. 1875 in NYC) and Caroline (b. 1877 in NYC). Occupation: Baker.
Christopher Haupt (b. 1823) and his wife Frances resided in Manhattan. He was born in Germany and had an occupation as a Butcher. Their children were: Louis (b. 1851), Louisa (b. 1858), Frances (b. 1861), Catherine (b. 1863), and Mary (b. 1865) - per 1880 census. Louis (b. 1851) was a Medical Doctor. He studied medicine at the Medical College of Louisville, KY and the Medical College of New York. This family may be related to Heinrich Haupt who resided in Louisville, KY. Perhaps Louis is a nephew of Heinrich. If so, Heinrich was from Hesse-Darmstadt which may be the home of Christopher Haupt (b. 1823).
Samuel Haupt (b. 1877) and his wife Dora Green (b. 1883) were married in Manhattan 1905 and would later reside in Queens Co., NY
Julius Louis Haupt (b. 1871) was married to Cecelia Freiberger (b. 1874). He died in the Bronx and was buried in Queens. Gravestone just has J. Louis Haupt. "J" may be for Johann. He was a son of Max Haupt and his wife Julia (Landsman) Haupt. Max and Julia Haupt were from Hungary. The children of Max and Julia were: Louis (b. 1871), Jennie (b. 1875), Solomon (b. 1875), Katy (b. 1878), and Milton (b. 1879) - per 1880 census Manhattan.
Moses (Morris) Haupt (b. 1875) was married to Ilova (Irma) Elephaut (b. 1881). This couple was from Losmidor/Szekilylend, Hungary. Mose Haupt arrived June 24, 1906 on the ship Ultonia which departed from the port at Fiume. It listed him as a Magyar from Hungary. Ilova Haupt arrived with their two children on Oct. 5, 1910 on the ship Carpathia which set out from the port at Fiume. Their two children at the time were Lajos/Louis (b. 1902) and Bela (b. 1901). The ships record lists Ilova as being from Nagylouder, Hungary.
Adolf Haupt (b. 1865) would arrive in Manhattan in 1876 on the ship Deutschland. He would later marry Mary Pollacheck. They resided in Brooklyn where he started a stationary store. Their children were: Ira (b. 1889), Isabella, and Joseph (b. 1893). Adolf Haupt was from Hungary in the area just south of Budapest.
Andreas Haupt (b. 1815) and his wife Anne (b. 1820) arrived in New York in 1854 on the ship Louisiana. They were from Eisenach, Saxony-Weimar. Their children were: Ernest Heinrich (b. 1837), August Haupt (b. 1840), and Carl Gottfried Heinrich (b. 1850).
August Haupt (b. 1840) would marry Amalia Auguste Fischer. One of their children was George August Haupt (b. 1870 in Manhattan). George August Haupt would move to the Harlem end of Manhattan Island around 120th Street which at the time had a high percentage of Germans. Later when he learned a school was being built where he lived, he relocated to Queens.
Gertrude Haupt (b. 1820) was from Bavaria. She is living with two daughters Clara (b. 1849) and Lena (b. 1865) and residing in Manhattan in 1880.
Wilhelmina Haupt (b. 1844) was from Bavaria. She is living with three her children Wilhelmina (b. 1867), Charlotte (b. 1869) and George (b. 1875). The children were all born in Manhattan. Father's birthplace was Hesse-Darmstadt.
Andrew Haupt (b. 1842) was from Germany. His wife was Barbara (b. 1850). They resided in Manhattan. Two daughters: Sophia (b. 1877) and Mary (b. 1879) at the time of the 1880 census.
Frederick Haupt (b. 1856) was from Hesse-Cassel. His wife Elizabeth (b. 1861) was from NY. One child George (b. 1879) at time of 1880 census.
Henry Haupt (b. Jan. 1850 in PA) was a son of Henry Haupt and Lena (Gross) Haupt. Henry Haupt (b. 1850) married Mary Bridgett Kennedy (b. 1865) in 1877 in Westchester Co., NY. They resided in Manhattan and are buried in Queens. Theur children are: Margaret (b. 1879), Mary (b. 1880), Henry (b. 1883), Patrick (b. 1885), John (b. 1892), Catherine (b. 1895) and Irene (b. 1898).
Tompkins Co., NY ( and Seneca Co., Cayuga Co., NY area)
The Houpt families of Tompkins Co., NY and the surrounding area are descended from Johann Nicholas Haupt (b. 1748 in Philadelphia Co., PA). Johann Nicholas Haupt was a son of Johann Nicholas Haupt (b. 1709 in Windesheim, Rheinland) who arrived in Philadelphia in 1740 on the ship Loyal Judith.
Nicholas Haupt (b. 1748) was married first to Elizabeth. With her, they had Johannes (b. 1776) and Philip T. (b. 1777). Nicholas Haupt was married 2nd to Anna K. Snyder on Nov. 11, 1786. Nicholas and Anna had the following children: Elizabeth (b. 1786), John (b. 1789), Mary (b. 1791), Henry (b. 1793), and Margaret (b. 1797).
Nicholas Haupt and Elizabeth lived for a few years in the Knowlton, area of Warren Co., NJ which at the time was part of Sussex Co., NJ. Eventually, this family would migrate to the Dryden, Tompkins Co., area of western New York State located in the Finger Lakes region.
Philip T. Houpt would marry Mary Fortner. Their children were: Andrew, John, William, Alpheus (b. 1811), Henry H. (b. 1814), and Parley (b. 1817).
John Houpt s/o Philip T. Houpt would marry twice. With wife Laura, their children were Eliza (b. 1830), and Laura (b. 1832). With wife Levina, their children were Polly (Molly), and John P. Both of these last two children were most likely born in the early 1840's. This family was associated with Dryden Tompkins Co., NY.
Alpheus Houpt (b. 1811) married Sabina Odell. Their known children were: John P. (b. 1861), Ella Melvina (b. 1853), Ferdinand J. (b. 1859), Mary J. (b. 1861), and Letitia (b. 1863). This family was associated with Dryden, Tompkins Co., NY.
Henry H. Houpt (b. 1814) married Catherine Smith. Their children were: Theron (b. 1849) and Isola. This family would be associated with Tompkins Co., NY and Seneca Co., NY.
Parley Houpt would marry Mariah Sharpsteen. Their children were: Steven S. (b. 1846), Wilbur E. (b. 1848), Louis Fortner (b. 1849), and Maria Adele (b. 1850). This family would be associated with Cayuga Co., NY and Niagara Co., NY.
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