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John J Remsen 1871

Longtime player and minor league manager. Was a street car conductor in Hartford,Ct in the 1890s. In 1900 Census there was a John J Remsen born April 1850 NY at 324 Livingston, Brooklyn, NY. He was a conductor married 12 years to wife Emma born July 1852 Mass. son Harry Nov 1887 NY and daughter Corine b Nov 1889 NY. He was in the 1920 census living in Manhattan as a building janitor with his wife.

Henry E Reville 1874

1900 census 229 Fulton Ave, Baltimore,Md . Margaret Reville Nov 1830 Ireland John J March 1852 Henry E Feb 1857 Md 1903 liveryman 229 N Fulton, Baltimore,Md with John J ad Mrs Margaret. 1920 John J Reville 1512 W Balto, Baltimore. Was with Baltimore Baseball Club 1879.

William H Rexter 1875

Married Sarepta Owen 7 29 77 in Brooklyn, NY. He was 26 years old born Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Father William H mother Amanda McCallahan

Sarepta Owen 97 India St, Brooklyn 21 NY born Yaphank, Long Island. Father Harry E Owen, mother Amanda Nicholls.

1870 census William Rexter boatman 47 NY wife Amanda 35 NY daughter Bella 12NY

1880 census William H Rexter 55 NY Belle 22 NY William H 29 NY wife Senpta 21 NY

William H Rexter last listing in Brooklyn, 1896

William H Rexter Sr 1909, 1910 80 Penn, Brooklyn. 86 years old in 1910 census

William played for the Greenpoint Club of Brooklyn. He was a pilot as was his father.

William Clarence Rhodes

Name changed to Rotes. He was born in Pottsgrove Township, Montgomery Co, Pa in 1871. Family moved to Pottstown after 1880. He married Laura May Levengood April 11, 1896 Pottstown,Pa. He died, probably in Pottstown 1930 to 1934 and survived by Laura. She died around 1941 and daughter Bessie G Rotes born 1904 survived them until at least the middle to late 1940s.

Charles J Ritter 1885

According to Joe Overfield, this player was Charles J Ritter. We know it was Charles. The Charles J Ritter from Buffalo was Charles Joseph Ritter born Oct 1868 Buffalo, NY died Dec 13, 1958 Fort Myers,Fla. This would make him 16 years old at his debut in 1885.

John A Ryan 1884

According to Peter Morris, Ryan first appears as a semi pro in Lapeer, Mich in 1882 and ends the year at East Saginaw. In 1883 he was with Dayton, Ohio and in 1884 he began the season with Muskegon of the North West Laegue. He appears with Baltimore UA and later is with Norfolk and then Raleigh, NC. He worked as night clerk of the Ocean House, Portsmouth, Va after the 1884 season. In 1885 he was with Raleigh, NC and after the season was back at the Ocean House. An article 3 17 86 in the Sporting Life is the last mention of him.

John Ryan 1884

This player's real name was Daniel Sheehan and he was from Washington, DC. He played with Was UA and Wilmington UA in 1884. From Peter Morris Cinci Enquirer 4/6/84 Washington Unions will have a reserve team in the Waverlys: lists players, WW White ss, Ryan lf. SL 10/15/84 "Dan Sheehan, an old time Washington player, is now on the District police force." There was a Daniel Sheehan police listed in Washington, DC City Directories 1885-1887 . Father was Daniel and mother Ellen and he was also listed 1878 and 1879 with his mother Ellen and sister Kate. Kate was the last family member listed in 1889.