Charles Leichter

Charles Leichter (1865-1917)

Charles Leichter was born on June 19, 1865 in Meadow Lake, Placer County, California to Johann Adam Leichter and Eliza Harriet Bryant.

Documentation

City Directories

1888 - Leichter, Charles, confectioner, Page & Falch, r108 Mason
1889 - Leichter, Charles, confectioner, Young & Helfrich, r108 Mason
1890 - Leichter, Charles, confectioner, r1319 Pine
1891 - Leichter, Charles (Leichter & Lindemann) r1221 Polk
1891 - Leichter & Lindemann (Charles Leichter & Albert Lindemann) bakery, 1221 Polk
1892 - Leichter, Charles, confectioner, r1412 Pine
1893 - Leichter, Charles, baker, r1307 Larkin
1894 - Leichter, Charles, baker, r1324 Pine
1896 - (not listed)
1897 - (not listed)
1900 - (not listed)
1901 - (not listed)
1902 - Leichter, Charles, confectioner Ruediger & Loesch, r1308 Larkin
1903 - Leichter, Charles, baker r1308 1/2 Larkin

Newspaper Articles

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, CA) - June 28, 1890

The Leichter-Roebke Wedding

The wedding of Miss Frieda Roebke and Mr. Charles Leichter was celebrated at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Roebke, last Thursday evening, Rev. Mr. Fuendeling officiating. The parlors were nicely decorated for the occasion by lady friends of the bride.

At 9 o'clock the bridal party entered to the strains of the "Wedding March." First came Master Freddie Roebke and little Miss Bertha Browning, each bearing a little satin cushion, on which rested the wedding-rings. Next came the bride, leaning on the arm of the groom, assisted by his best man, Mr. Will Leichter, and Miss Emma Roebke, maid of honor, followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Emma Kuchmeister, and the groomsman, Mr. Alfred Roebke. The ceremony concluded, the happy couple received the hearty congratulations of their many friends, after which all repaired to the dining-room, where the health of the bride and groom was duly honored. Many telegrams were received from distant friends. The evening was spent in singing and dancing and viewing the presents, which were quite handsome and numerous.

Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Leichter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Roebke, Mr. and Mrs. Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Heifrich, Mr. and Mrs. Ticher, Mr. and Mrs. Lindemann, Mr. and Mrs. Kuchmeister, Mrs. F. Fisher, Mrs. Maas, Mrs. Stangenberg, Mrs. Weidemiller, Mrs. Fuchs, Miss Emma Roebke, Miss Emma Kuchmeister, Miss Amelia Fisher, Miss Tony Heinemann, Miss Lizzie Fisher, Miss Emma Browning, Miss Gussie Browning, Miss Lizzie Weidemuller, Miss Alice Mass, Miss Amalia Wiedemuller, Miss Kate Mass, Miss Ophelia Widemuller, Miss Lena Stangenburger, Miss Anna Lindeman, Miss Julia Ackley from Benicia, Misses Irma, Ida and Bertha Browning, Miss Fuchs, Messrs, W. Leichter, Alfred Roebke, Mr. August Kersten, August Kuchmeister, Henry Kuchmeister, Theodore Brandes, F. Browning, John Schmidt, W. Hartdegen of Martinez, George Browning, Master W. Hefrich, Master Leo Fuchs, Master F. Roebke

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California) - Sept 7, 1908

Obituaries
ROEBKE-In this city, September 6, 1908, Frederick William, beloved husband of Mrs. Augusta Roebke, devoted father of Mrs. Charles Leichter, Mrs. George W. Spiller, Alfred A., and Fred C. Roebke, grandfather of Carola Leichter, a native of Buckeburg, Germany, aged 61 years 7 months and 22 days. (Pittsburg papers please copy)

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend funeral services tomorrow (Tuesday), September 8, 1908, at 2 o'clock p.m., from his late residence, 2966A Bush street. Cremation I. O. O. F. cemetery.