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Descendants of Fredrich Rasche

Sixth Generation


18. Heinrich Rasche 1 (Heinrich Ernst Fredrich , Johann Heinrich Frederich , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 1864/1865. He died 1933.

The oldest son of the married couple Rasche ??? Fulst (sic: Meyer) is the farmer Heinrich Rasche, born in 1864 or 1865. He married Maria  Fulst.  Heinrich was born on the Meyer farm and had a lovely childhood. Later his father compelled him through force to come to the Rasche farm. He was a genuine Rasche, and so large that he was  called "The Big One!  When still quite young he took over the farm. His youngest brother Herman was still a child. The farmer and his wife were industrious and exceedingly economical, but their horses died, the harvests failed, and the stock did not thrive. They just had no luck at all.

Their children were:

1. Marie who married a Leiste
2. Anna who married H. Bossen-Rasche
3. Ernst their son.

The couple Rasche - Fulst saw die before them: Ernst their son and heir, who died as prisoner of war in France in 1916: Their three Leiste grandchildren: Their son-in-law H. Bossen-Rasche, who returned from the war severely wounded and died, and his wife, who was their daughter Anna. Surviving were their children; little Anne and Heine. This boy and his Grandfather managed the farm. When "The Big One" died in 1933 the Preacher said: "He was a cross bearer." When the young Heine was 18 years old his Grandmother died. Marie Leiste was the heiress of the farm. At that time there was a law of descent, in regard to farms, and it was her wish that the farm should remain a Rasche Farm. Then came the War. Heine was married to Herta Stagge. There was one child, a daughter. Herta was not the right one for him. Heine died in
service in 1945, which broke his Aunt Marie Leiste's heart. Marie Leiste died in 1946 and her Husband in 1947.

The Rasche Farm was divided between Herta and little Anna. The latter lives in the Leiste Hause. Her husband never returned from Russia, and she remarried a long time ago. Herta had remarried. Strangers  live on the Rasche Farm. Strange children grow up there. Yet when one steps through the yard gate everything is as usual; the barns, the granaries; in the vestibule, as always, hangs the previous, year's harvest wreath. In the living room the roe antlers which the individual farmers, themselves had felled, and in the little room, the age?old oak, corner cupboard, which perhaps dates ' back to "Einnehmers" times. Only the leather sofa with the white buttons one looks for in vain. It possibly was gnawed or eaten by vermin. Yet young Heine, the last of the line of Rasche Farmers, the last Reihemann, looks down in a friendly way out of his frame, upon the inhabitants of the little room.

And yet, no, life continues -- the line continues for: "The Name is SCHALL AND RAUCH."

Heinrich married 1 Maria Fulst 1.

The oldest son of the married couple Rasche ??? Fulst (sic: Meyer) is the farmer Heinrich Rasche, born in 1864 or 1865. He married Maria  Fulst.  Heinrich was born on the Meyer farm and had a lovely childhood. Later his father compelled him through force to come to the Rasche farm. He was a genuine Rasche, and so large that he was  called "The Big One!  When still quite young he took over the farm. His youngest brother Herman was still a child. The farmer and his wife were industrious and exceedingly economical, but their horses died, the harvests failed, and the stock did not thrive. They just had no luck at all.

Their children were:

1. Marie who married a Leiste
2. Anna who married H. Bossen-Rasche
3. Ernst their son.

The couple Rasche - Fulst saw die before them: Ernst their son and heir, who died as prisoner of war in France in 1916: Their three Leiste grandchildren: Their son-in-law H. Bossen-Rasche, who returned from the war severely wounded and died, and his wife, who was their daughter Anna. Surviving were their children; little Anne and Heine. This boy and his Grandfather managed the farm. When "The Big One" died in 1933 the Preacher said: "He was a cross bearer." When the young Heine was 18 years old his Grandmother died. Marie Leiste was the heiress of the farm. At that time there was a law of descent, in regard to farms, and it was her wish that the farm should remain a Rasche Farm. Then came the War. Heine was married to Herta Stagge. There was one child, a daughter. Herta was not the right one for him. Heine died in
service in 1945, which broke his Aunt Marie Leiste's heart. Marie Leiste died in 1946 and her Husband in 1947.

The Rasche Farm was divided between Herta and little Anna. The latter lives in the Leiste Hause. Her husband never returned from Russia, and she remarried a long time ago. Herta had remarried. Strangers  live on the Rasche Farm. Strange children grow up there. Yet when one steps through the yard gate everything is as usual; the barns, the granaries; in the vestibule, as always, hangs the previous, year's harvest wreath. In the living room the roe antlers which the individual farmers, themselves had felled, and in the little room, the age?old oak, corner cupboard, which perhaps dates ' back to "Einnehmers" times. Only the leather sofa with the white buttons one looks for in vain. It possibly was gnawed or eaten by vermin. Yet young Heine, the last of the line of Rasche Farmers, the last Reihemann, looks down in a friendly way out of his frame, upon the inhabitants of the little room.

And yet, no, life continues -- the line continues for: "The Name is SCHALL AND RAUCH."

They had the following children:

  53 F i Marie Rasche 1 died 1946.

Their children were:

1. Marie who married a Leiste
2. Anna who married H. Bossen-Rasche
3. Ernst their son.

The couple Rasche - Fulst saw die before them: Ernst their son and heir, who died as prisoner of war in France in 1916: Their three Leiste grandchildren: Their son-in-law H. Bossen-Rasche, who returned from the war severely wounded and died, and his wife, who was their daughter Anna. Surviving were their children; little Anne and Heine. This boy and his Grandfather managed the farm. When "The Big One" died in 1933 the Preacher said: "He was a cross bearer." When the young Heine was 18 years old his Grandmother died. Marie Leiste was the heiress of the farm. At that time there was a law of descent, in regard to farms, and it was her wish that the farm should remain a Rasche Farm. Then came the War. Heine was married to Herta Stagge. There was one child, a daughter. Herta was not the right one for him. Heine died in
service in 1945, which broke his Aunt Marie Leiste's heart. Marie Leiste died in 1946 and her Husband in 1947.

The Rasche Farm was divided between Herta and little Anna. The latter lives in the Leiste Hause. Her husband never returned from Russia, and she remarried a long time ago. Herta had remarried. Strangers  live on the Rasche Farm. Strange children grow up there. Yet when one steps through the yard gate everything is as usual; the barns, the granaries; in the vestibule, as always, hangs the previous, year's harvest wreath. In the living room the roe antlers which the individual farmers, themselves had felled, and in the little room, the age?old oak, corner cupboard, which perhaps dates ' back to "Einnehmers" times. Only the leather sofa with the white buttons one looks for in vain. It possibly was gnawed or eaten by vermin. Yet young Heine, the last of the line of Rasche Farmers, the last Reihemann, looks down in a friendly way out of his frame, upon the inhabitants of the little room.

And yet, no, life continues -- the line continues for: "The Name is SCHALL AND RAUCH."
        Marie married 1 Lieste 1. Lieste died 1947.

Their children were:

1. Marie who married a Leiste
2. Anna who married H. Bossen-Rasche
3. Ernst their son.

The couple Rasche - Fulst saw die before them: Ernst their son and heir, who died as prisoner of war in France in 1916: Their three Leiste grandchildren: Their son-in-law H. Bossen-Rasche, who returned from the war severely wounded and died, and his wife, who was their daughter Anna. Surviving were their children; little Anne and Heine. This boy and his Grandfather managed the farm. When "The Big One" died in 1933 the Preacher said: "He was a cross bearer." When the young Heine was 18 years old his Grandmother died. Marie Leiste was the heiress of the farm. At that time there was a law of descent, in regard to farms, and it was her wish that the farm should remain a Rasche Farm. Then came the War. Heine was married to Herta Stagge. There was one child, a daughter. Herta was not the right one for him. Heine died in
service in 1945, which broke his Aunt Marie Leiste's heart. Marie Leiste died in 1946 and her Husband in 1947.

The Rasche Farm was divided between Herta and little Anna. The latter lives in the Leiste Hause. Her husband never returned from Russia, and she remarried a long time ago. Herta had remarried. Strangers  live on the Rasche Farm. Strange children grow up there. Yet when one steps through the yard gate everything is as usual; the barns, the granaries; in the vestibule, as always, hangs the previous, year's harvest wreath. In the living room the roe antlers which the individual farmers, themselves had felled, and in the little room, the age?old oak, corner cupboard, which perhaps dates ' back to "Einnehmers" times. Only the leather sofa with the white buttons one looks for in vain. It possibly was gnawed or eaten by vermin. Yet young Heine, the last of the line of Rasche Farmers, the last Reihemann, looks down in a friendly way out of his frame, upon the inhabitants of the little room.

And yet, no, life continues -- the line continues for: "The Name is SCHALL AND RAUCH."
+ 54 F ii Living
  55 M iii Ernst Rasche 1 died 1916 in France.

Their children were:

1. Marie who married a Leiste
2. Anna who married H. Bossen-Rasche
3. Ernst their son.

The couple Rasche - Fulst saw die before them: Ernst their son and heir, who died as prisoner of war in France in 1916: Their three Leiste grandchildren: Their son-in-law H. Bossen-Rasche, who returned from the war severely wounded and died, and his wife, who was their daughter Anna. Surviving were their children; little Anne and Heine. This boy and his Grandfather managed the farm. When "The Big One" died in 1933 the Preacher said: "He was a cross bearer." When the young Heine was 18 years old his Grandmother died. Marie Leiste was the heiress of the farm. At that time there was a law of descent, in regard to farms, and it was her wish that the farm should remain a Rasche Farm. Then came the War. Heine was married to Herta Stagge. There was one child, a daughter. Herta was not the right one for him. Heine died in
service in 1945, which broke his Aunt Marie Leiste's heart. Marie Leiste died in 1946 and her Husband in 1947.

The Rasche Farm was divided between Herta and little Anna. The latter lives in the Leiste Hause. Her husband never returned from Russia, and she remarried a long time ago. Herta had remarried. Strangers  live on the Rasche Farm. Strange children grow up there. Yet when one steps through the yard gate everything is as usual; the barns, the granaries; in the vestibule, as always, hangs the previous, year's harvest wreath. In the living room the roe antlers which the individual farmers, themselves had felled, and in the little room, the age?old oak, corner cupboard, which perhaps dates ' back to "Einnehmers" times. Only the leather sofa with the white buttons one looks for in vain. It possibly was gnawed or eaten by vermin. Yet young Heine, the last of the line of Rasche Farmers, the last Reihemann, looks down in a friendly way out of his frame, upon the inhabitants of the little room.

And yet, no, life continues -- the line continues for: "The Name is SCHALL AND RAUCH."

19. Fredrich Rasche 1 (Heinrich Ernst Fredrich , Johann Heinrich Frederich , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 28 Jul 1866. He died 25 Jan 1953.

The sisters and brothers of  "The Big One" are:

Friedrich  Elise Gustav           Hermann

They had a difficult childhood. While still small they had to help with the work. The youngsters were lifted up on the horse long before they could mount themselves. Mornings before school they had to go into the Glisten Wood and among the high poplars it was uncanny or ghostlike. Gypsies pitched their tents there. There was no time for school work. If then one of the children cried because it could not sleep, because it had no school assignments Grandmother fetched the brown sleep berries out of the wild rose briers and laid "sweet sleep" under' the pillow. The children always sought refuge at their Grandparents. They slept there, too. Their Grandfather had a hobby, which was his bees. He had an apiary during his entire life. During his last night he said suddenly to the children: "Go out and stir up the bee hives, shake them up thoroughly." They went trembling, and fulfilled his wish. Their Grandfather died, and not a single bee ever flew again, they were all dead.

Friedrich was born July 28, 1866. At that time his father was in Prag. He was hauling provisions for the soldiers. Friedrich would have liked so much to become a teacher but there was no money. He was married in Ilsenburg on June 23, 1889 to Johanne Luettge and took over a business. He was head baker. He was popular and respected and became well to do. He understood how to work things out. Among other things he built out of a cigar box and a magnifying glass a photographic apparatus and was the first amateur photographer in the town. His finest occupation was his bee?keeping. The love for his bees he had most likely inherited from his grandfather. He remained true to that love to his death. He was drawn to the Rasche Farm with so much force, that he, who could scarcely any longer walk, got on the way, on foot without a pass, during his last days. Friedrich Rasche died January 25, 1953 and his wife on July 30, 1941.

Their three Daughters are:

Luise, who was born October 31, 1891. Married a Nuerenberger. They have two children.

Margarete, born December 25,189 ? and died June 1907

Friederike, born February 25, 1897.  Married Ernst Luettge and has two children. Ernst and
          Hans-Werner.  (Note: Ernst was captured by the Americans during World War 11, and
          brought to the United States. He was a prisoner of war in Camp Joseph T. Robinson in
          Arkansas. Repatriated before I learned about it. Remained in England and married a
          British girl, Ileen. Through his own efforts he has acquired quite a bit of property. His
          present address is: Ernst Luettge, 3, Nort?Str?I Ossbournby, Sleaford, Lines, Great Britain.
           Their son Ernst Antony was born in April, 1958. E. K. T.)

Fredrich married 1 Johanne Luettge 1 on 23 Jun 1889 in Ilsenburg. Johanne died 30 Jul 1941.

The sisters and brothers of  "The Big One" are:

Friedrich  Elise Gustav           Hermann

They had a difficult childhood. While still small they had to help with the work. The youngsters were lifted up on the horse long before they could mount themselves. Mornings before school they had to go into the Glisten Wood and among the high poplars it was uncanny or ghostlike. Gypsies pitched their tents there. There was no time for school work. If then one of the children cried because it could not sleep, because it had no school assignments Grandmother fetched the brown sleep berries out of the wild rose briers and laid "sweet sleep" under' the pillow. The children always sought refuge at their Grandparents. They slept there, too. Their Grandfather had a hobby, which was his bees. He had an apiary during his entire life. During his last night he said suddenly to the children: "Go out and stir up the bee hives, shake them up thoroughly." They went trembling, and fulfilled his wish. Their Grandfather died, and not a single bee ever flew again, they were all dead.

Friedrich was born July 28, 1866. At that time his father was in Prag. He was hauling provisions for the soldiers. Friedrich would have liked so much to become a teacher but there was no money. He was married in Ilsenburg on June 23, 1889 to Johanne Luettge and took over a business. He was head baker. He was popular and respected and became well to do. He understood how to work things out. Among other things he built out of a cigar box and a magnifying glass a photographic apparatus and was the first amateur photographer in the town. His finest occupation was his bee?keeping. The love for his bees he had most likely inherited from his grandfather. He remained true to that love to his death. He was drawn to the Rasche Farm with so much force, that he, who could scarcely any longer walk, got on the way, on foot without a pass, during his last days. Friedrich Rasche died January 25, 1953 and his wife on July 30, 1941.

Their three Daughters are:

Luise, who was born October 31, 1891. Married a Nuerenberger. They have two children.

Margarete, born December 25,189 ? and died June 1907

Friederike, born February 25, 1897.  Married Ernst Luettge and has two children. Ernst and
          Hans-Werner.  (Note: Ernst was captured by the Americans during World War 11, and
          brought to the United States. He was a prisoner of war in Camp Joseph T. Robinson in
          Arkansas. Repatriated before I learned about it. Remained in England and married a
          British girl, Ileen. Through his own efforts he has acquired quite a bit of property. His
          present address is: Ernst Luettge, 3, Nort?Str?I Ossbournby, Sleaford, Lines, Great Britain.
           Their son Ernst Antony was born in April, 1958. E. K. T.)

They had the following children:

  56 F i Luise Rasche 1 was born 31 Oct 1891.

Their three Daughters are:

Luise, who was born October 31, 1891. Married a Nuerenberger. They have two children.

Margarete, born December 25,189 ? and died June 1907

Friederike, born February 25, 1897.  Married Ernst Luettge and has two children. Ernst and
          Hans-Werner.  (Note: Ernst was captured by the Americans during World War 11, and
          brought to the United States. He was a prisoner of war in Camp Joseph T. Robinson in
          Arkansas. Repatriated before I learned about it. Remained in England and married a
          British girl, Ileen. Through his own efforts he has acquired quite a bit of property. His
          present address is: Ernst Luettge, 3, Nort?Str?I Ossbournby, Sleaford, Lines, Great Britain.
           Their son Ernst Antony was born in April, 1958. E. K. T.)
  57 F ii Margarete Rasche 1 was born Dec 25 189 ?. She died Jun 1907.

Their three Daughters are:

Luise, who was born October 31, 1891. Married a Nuerenberger. They have two children.

Margarete, born December 25,189 ? and died June 1907

Friederike, born February 25, 1897.  Married Ernst Luettge and has two children. Ernst and
          Hans-Werner.  (Note: Ernst was captured by the Americans during World War 11, and
          brought to the United States. He was a prisoner of war in Camp Joseph T. Robinson in
          Arkansas. Repatriated before I learned about it. Remained in England and married a
          British girl, Ileen. Through his own efforts he has acquired quite a bit of property. His
          present address is: Ernst Luettge, 3, Nort?Str?I Ossbournby, Sleaford, Lines, Great Britain.
           Their son Ernst Antony was born in April, 1958. E. K. T.)
+ 58 F iii Frederike Rasche was born 25 Feb 1897.

22. Hermann Rasche 1 (Heinrich Ernst Fredrich , Johann Heinrich Frederich , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) died 1916 in Russia.

The sisters and brothers of  "The Big One" are:

Friedrich  Elise    Gustav Hermann

They had a difficult childhood. While still small they had to help with the work. The youngsters were lifted up on the horse long before they could mount themselves. Mornings before school they had to go into the Glisten Wood and among the high poplars it was uncanny or ghostlike. Gypsies pitched their tents there. There was no time for school work. If then one of the children cried because it could not sleep, because it had no school assignments Grandmother fetched the brown sleep berries out of the wild rose briers and laid "sweet sleep" under' the pillow. The children always sought refuge at their Grandparents. They slept there, too. Their Grandfather had a hobby, which was his bees. He had an apiary during his entire life. During his last night he said suddenly to the children: "Go out and stir up the bee hives, shake them up thoroughly." They went trembling, and fulfilled his wish. Their Grandfather died, and not a single bee ever flew again, they were all dead.

Herman was still a child when his Father died. He was married to Augusta Meyer. They had one child, Friedrich. Herman fell in Russia in 1916.

Hermann married Living

They had the following children:

  59 M i Living

23. Elizabeth Sohn (Luise Friederike Henriette Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 30 May 1856 in Illiinois. She died 12 Aug 1921.

1860 Census, Carlyle Post Office, Clinton County, Illinois, page 154 (have copy) - Eliza Sohn, age 3, born in Illinois.
1870 Census, Trenton Post Office, Township 2 North Range 5 West, Clinton County, Illinois, page 390b (have copy) - Elizabeth Son (spelling on census), age 14, at home, born in Illinois, both parents are of foreign birth, attended school within the last year.
1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 459c (have copy) - Elizabeth Huelsman, age 24, wife, married, keeping house, born in Germany.
1900 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 309a (have copy) - Elizabeth Huelsman, wife, born May 30, 1856, age 44, married for 24 years, had six children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1910 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 203b (have copy) - Elizabeth Huelsmann, wife, age 56, married once for
34 years, had six children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 207a (have copy) - Elizabeth Huelsmann, wife, age 63, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Elizabeth married Frederick Huelsmann on 21 Mar 1876 in Clinton County, Illiinois. Frederick was born 25 Apr 1849 in Germany. He died 4 Dec 1926.

1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 459c (have copy) - Fred Huelsman, head, age 30, married, farmer, born in Germany.
1900 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 309a (have copy) - Fred W. Huelsman, head, born April 25, 1849, age 59, married 24 years, immigrated to the United States in 1873, farmer, can read and write, renting farm.
1910 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 203b (have copy) - Fred Huelsmann, head, age 60, married ones for 34 years, born in Germany, farmer, general farm, can read and write, owns a farm free and clear.
1920 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 207a (have copy) - Frederick Huelsmann, head, owns a farm, age 70, married, immigrated to the United States in 1873, can read and write, born in Germany,

Frederick and Elizabeth had the following children:

+ 60 F i Anna Sophie Huelsmann was born 13 Dec 1876 and died 7 Sep 1965.
  61 F ii Emma Huelsmann was born 28 Jan 1877 in Illinois. She died 7 Oct 1953.

1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 459c (have copy) - Emma Huelsman, age 1, daughter, single, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 309a (have copy) - Emma Huelsman, daughter, born January 28, 1877, age 22, single, born in Illinois, can read and write.
        Emma married Sebastian Hausmann. Sebastian was born 1881. He died 1927.
  62 F iii Charlotte Huelsmann was born 12 Oct 1881.
        Charlotte married Edward Hausmann.
+ 63 F iv Mary Huelsmann was born 1 Jan 1885 and died 19 Jan 1943.
+ 64 M v Carl Frederick Huelsmann was born 6 Dec 1889 and died Jun 1966.
  65 F vi Louise L. Huelsmann was born 7 Nov 1891 in Illinois. She died 1 Feb 1979.

1900 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 309a (have copy) - Louise L. Huelsman, daughter, born November 7, 1891, age 8, single, born in Illinois, at school.
1910 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 203b (have copy) - Louise Huelsmann, daughter, age 18, single, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 207a (have copy) - Louise Huelsmann, age 28, single, can read and write, born in Illinois.

24. Frederick W. Sohn (Luise Friederike Henriette Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born Sep 1859 in Illinois.

1860 Census, Carlyle Post Office, Clinton County, Illinois, page 154 (have copy) - Fred Sohn, age 1, born in Illinois.
1870 Census, Trenton Post Office, Township 2 North Range 5 West, Clinton County, Illinois, page 390b (have copy) - Frederick Son (spelling on census), age 10, at home, born in Illinois, both parents are of foreign birth, attended school within the last year.
1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 460a (have copy) - Fred Sohn, age 20, son, single, farmer, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, St. Jacob Village, Madison County, Illinois, page 211a (have copy) - Fred. W. Sohn, head, born September 1859, age 40, married 16 years, born in Illinois, live stock dealer, can read and write, owns home free and clear.
1910 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 62b (have copy) - Fred Sohn, head, age 50, married for 26 years, born in Illinois, inspector, stockyards, can read and write, owns mortgaged home.
1920 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 187a (have copy) - Fred Sohn, head, owns residence free and clear,age 60, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, laborer, flour mill.
1930 Census, Cooper Township, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, page 231b (have copy) - Fred W. Sohn, father, age 70, married and age 24, can read and write, born in Illinois, farmer.  (Living with son Edward A. Sohn)

Frederick married Sophia [scrapbook]. Sophia was born Aug 1858 in Illinois. She died 1941 in Plainville, Michigan.

1900 Census, St. Jacob Village, Madison County, Illinois, page 211a (have copy) - Sophia Sohn, wife, born August 1858, age 41, married 16 years, had three children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1910 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 62b (have copy) - Sophia Sohn, wife, age 51, married once for 26 years, had three children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 187a (have copy) - Sophia Sohn, wife, age 61, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Cooper Township, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, page 231b (have copy) - Sophia Z. Sohn, mother, age 71, married and age 24, can read and write, born in Illinois, farmer.  (Living with son Edward A. Sohn)

Frederick and Sophia had the following children:

  66 M i Edward A. (G.) Sohn was born 31 Dec 1884 in Illinois. He died Jun 1985 in Mcallen, Hidalgo, Texas.

1900 Census, St. Jacob Village, Madison County, Illinois, page 211a (have copy) - Edward G. Sohn, son, born December 1884, age 15, single, born in Illinois, at school, can read and write.
1910 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 62b (have copy) - Edward Sohn, son, age 25, single, born in Illinois, cigar maker, own shop, can read and write.
1920 Census, St. Louis, Missouri, page 128b (have copy) - Edward Sohn, lodger, age 35, single, can read and write, born in Illinois, roofer, tar.
1930 Census, Cooper Township, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, page 231b (have copy) - Edward A. Sohn, head, owns property, living on farm, age 45, single, can read and write, born in Illinois, beater engineer, paper mill.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Edward Sohn
SSN:    384-10-0431  
Last Residence:    78502  Mcallen, Hidalgo, Texas, United States of America
Born:    31 Dec 1884
Died:    Jun 1985
State (Year) SSN issued:    Michigan (Before 1951 )
  67 F ii Alice L. Sohn [scrapbook] was born Jul 1886 in Illinois. She died 1945 and was buried 24 Nov 1945 in Keystone Cemetery, Edwardsville, Illinois.

1900 Census, St. Jacob Village, Madison County, Illinois, page 211a (have copy) - Alice L. Sohn, daughter, born July 1886, age 13, single, born in Illinois, at school, can read and write.
        Alice married Walter Henry Adler [scrapbook]. Walter was born 21 Jul 1884.
  68 F iii Clara E. Sohn was born Nov 1896 in Illinois.

1900 Census, St. Jacob Village, Madison County, Illinois, page 211a (have copy) - Clara E. Sohn, daughter, born November 1896, age 3, single, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, St. Jacob Village, St. Jacob Township, Madison County, Illinois, page 62b (have copy) - Clara Sohn, daughter, age 13, single, born in Illinois, can read and write, attended school within the last year.

26. George Sohn (Luise Friederike Henriette Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born Mar 1864 in Illinois. He died 30 Dec 1939 in Clinton County, Illinois and was buried in Beaver Creek Baptist Cemetery, Clinton County, Illinois.

1870 Census, Trenton Post Office, Township 2 North Range 5 West, Clinton County, Illinois, page 390b (have copy) - George Son (spelling on census), age 6, born in Illinois, both parents are of foreign birth.
1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 460a (have copy) - George Sohn, age 16, son, single, at home, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 317a (have copy) - George Sohn, head, born March 1864, age 36, married 11 years, born in Illinois, farmer, can read and write, renting farm.
1910 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 252b (have copy) - George Sohn, head, age 46, married once for 21 years, born in Illinois, farmer, general farm, can read and write, owns farm free and clear.

George married Mary A.. Mary was born Dec 1864 in Missouri.

1900 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 317a (have copy) - Mary A. Sohn, wife, born December 1864, age 35, married 11 years, had two children, both living, born in Missouri, can read and write.
1910 Census,Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 252b (have copy) - Mary A. Sohn, wife, age 45, married once for 21 years, had two children, both living, born in Missouri, can read and write.

George and Mary had the following children:

+ 69 M i Carl Henry Sohn was born 27 Aug 1889.
  70 M ii Frank E. Sohn was born 5 Jul 1899 in Illinois. He died Aug 1971 in Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois.

1900 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 317a (have copy) - Frank E. Sohn, son, born July 1899, age 10/12, single, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 252b (have copy) - Frank E. Sohn, son, age 10, single, born in Illinois, can read and write, attended school within the last year.
1930 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 249a (have copy) - Frank E. Sohn, head, renting, lives on farm, age 30, married at age 27, can read and write, born in Illinois, farmer, general farm.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Frank Sohn
SSN:    350-30-0723  
Last Residence:    62231  Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois, United States of America
Born:    5 Jul 1899
Died:    Aug 1971
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (1954-1955 )
        Frank married Veronica M.. Veronica was born 3 Jul 1899 in Illinois. She died Dec 1989.

1930 Census, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 249a (have copy) - Veronica M. Sohn, wife, age 30, married at age 27, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Veronica Sohn
SSN:    347-34-3020  
Born:    3 Jul 1899
Died:    Dec 1989
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (1958-1959 )

27. Ernest Sohn (Luise Friederike Henriette Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 31 Aug 1866 in Illinois. He died 31 Mar 1945 in Los Angeles County, California.

1870 Census, Trenton Post Office, Township 2 North Range 5 West, Clinton County, Illinois, page 390b (have copy) - Ernest Son (spelling on census), age 4, born in Illinois, both parents are of foreign birth.
1880 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 460b (have copy) - Ernst Sohn, age 13, son, single, at school, attended school within the last year, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 22b (have copy) - Ernest Sohn, head, born August 1866, age 33, married for 11 years, born in Illinois, farmer, can read and write, renting farm.
1910 Census, Greenville, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 188b (have copy) - Ernest Sohn, head, age 43, married once for 22 years, born in Illinois, carpenter, house, can read and write, owns home free and clear.
1920 Census, Long Beach, Long Beach Township, Los Angeles County, California, page 3a (have copy) - Ernest Sohn, head, age 53, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, carpenter, cabinet work.
1930 Census, Long Beach, Long Beach Township, Los Angeles County, California, page 241b (have copy) - Ernest Sohn, head, owns residence valued at $10,000, age 63, married at age 22, can read and write, born in Illinois, caretaker, public school.

Database: Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900
Name:    Melvina Harnetiaux
Gender:    Female  
Spouse Name:    Ernest Sohn  
Marriage Date:    Aug 15, 1888  
Marriage County:    Bond  
Comments:    This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1317522 - 1317524.

Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name:    SOHN, ERNEST  
Social Security #:    0  
Sex:    MALE  
Birth Date:    31 Aug 1866  
Birthplace:    ILLINOIS  
Death Date:    31 Mar 1945  
Death Place:    LOS ANGELES  
Mother's Maiden Name:    ROSCH  
Father's Surname:    SOHN

Ernest married Melvina Harnetiaux on 15 Aug 1888 in Bond County, Illinois. Melvina was born 15 Dec 1868 in Illinois. She died 16 Jun 1949 in Los Angeles County, California.

1900 Census, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 22b (have copy) - Melvina Sohn, wife, born December 1868, age 31, married 11 years, had three children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1910 Census, Greenville, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 188b (have copy) - Melvina Sohn, wife, age 41, married once for 22 years, had three children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, Long Beach, Long Beach Township, Los Angeles County, California, page 3a (have copy) - Melvina Sohn, wife, age 51, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Long Beach, Long Beach Township, Los Angeles County, California, page 241b (have copy) - Melvina Sohn, wife, age 61, married at age 20, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Database: Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900
Name:    Melvina Harnetiaux
Gender:    Female  
Spouse Name:    Ernest Sohn  
Marriage Date:    Aug 15, 1888  
Marriage County:    Bond  
Comments:    This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1317522 - 1317524.

Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name:    SOHN, MELVINA  
Social Security #:    0  
Sex:    FEMALE  
Birth Date:    15 Dec 1868  
Birthplace:    ILLINOIS  
Death Date:    16 Jun 1949  
Death Place:    LOS ANGELES  
Mother's Maiden Name:    CROMBEZ  
Father's Surname:    HARNETIAUX

Ernest and Melvina had the following children:

  71 F i Clara Melvina Sohn was born 9 Jun 1890 in Illinois. She died 14 May 1955 in Los Angeles County, California.

1900 Census, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 22b (have copy) - Clara M. Sohn, daughter, born June 1890, age 9, single, born in Illinois, attended school within the last year.
1910 Census, Greenville, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 188b (have copy) - Clara M. Sohn, daughter, age 19, single, born in Illinois, can read and write, attended school within the last year.

Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name:    BRITTAIN, MELVINA CLARA
Social Security #:    0  
Sex:    FEMALE  
Birth Date:    9 Jun 1890  
Birthplace:    ILLINOIS  
Death Date:    14 May 1955  
Death Place:    LOS ANGELES  
Mother's Maiden Name:    HARNETIAUX  
Father's Surname:    SOHN
        Clara married Living
  72 F ii Elsie A. Sohn was born May 1894 in Illinois.

1900 Census, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 22b (have copy) - Elsie Sohn, daughter, born May 1894, age 6, single, born in Illinois, attended school within the last year.
1910 Census, Greenville, Central Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 188b (have copy) - Elsie A. Sohn, daughter, age 15, single, born in Illinois, can read and write, attended school within the last year.
+ 73 M iii J. Ernest Sohn was born Jun 1898.

33. Henry Pierre Picard 1 (Maria Johanne Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 6 Aug 1875 in Illinois. He died 23 Mar 1960.

1880 Census, East Bend, Champaign County, Illinois, page 129d (have copy) - Henry P. Picard, age 5, son, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Champaign, Champaign County, Illinois, page 276b (have copy) - Henry Picard, head, born August 1874, age 25, married for three years, born in Illinois, (can not read occupation).

Henry married Emma Scribner on 5 Aug 1897 in Champaign County, Illinois. Emma was born May 1874 in Illinois.

1900 Census, Champaign, Champaign County, Illinois, page 276b (have copy) - Emma Picard, wife, born May 1874, page 26, married for three years, had two children, both still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.

Henry and Emma had the following children:

  74 M i Roy Picard was born Mar 1896 in Illinois.

1900 Census, Champaign, Champaign County, Illinois, page 276b (have copy) - Roy Picard, son, born March 1896, age 4, single, born in Illinois.
  75 M ii Oscar L. Picard was born Aug 1899 in Illinois.

1900 Census, Champaign, Champaign County, Illinois, page 276b (have copy) - Oscar L. Picard, son, born August 1899, age 4/12, single, born in Illinois.

34. Emil Philip Picard [scrapbook] 1 (Maria Johanne Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 26 Feb 1877 in Illinois. He died 23 Mar 1944 in Urbana, Champaign, Illinois.

1880 Census, East Bend, Champaign County, Illinois, page 129d (have copy) - Emil Picard, page 3, son, single, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Urbana, Cunningham Township, Champaign County, Illinois, page 39b (have copy) - Emil Picard, head, renting, $50/month, has radio, age 53, married at age 23, can read and write, born in Illinois, baker, bakery.

Emil married Dorothy D. Gaylord about 1900. Dorothy was born Jul 1879 in Illiinois.

1930 Census, Urbana, Cunningham Township, Champaign County, Illinois, page 39b (have copy) - Dorothy Picard, wife, age 50, married at age 20, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Emil and Dorothy had the following children:

  76 M i Living
  77 M ii Living
  78 M iii Living

36. August Frederich Rasch 1 (Friedrich Wilhelm Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 19 Sep 1871 in Trenton, Clinton, Illinois. He died 18 Oct 1913 in E St Louis, St Clair, Illinois.

1880 Census, Trenton (Sugar Creek), Clinton County, Illinois, page 476c (have copy) - August F. Rasch, age 8, son, attended school was in the last year, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 283b (have copy) - Aug (spelling on census) F. Rasch, head, born September 19, 1871, age 28, married for seven years, born in Illinois, manager creamery, can read and write, owns home free and clear.
1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 223a (have copy) - August F. Rasch, head, age 38, married once for 17 years, born in Illinois, machinist, own shop, can read and write, owned house free and clear.

August married Emma A. Reuther on 1 Jun 1893 in Clinton County, Illinois. Emma was born 7 Mar 1872 in Summerfield, St. Clair County, Illinois. She died 30 May 1944 in Wood River, Madison County, Illinois.

1900 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 283b (have copy) - M. A. Rasch, wife, born March 7, 1872, age 28, married for seven years, had three children, two still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 223a (have copy) - Emma A. Rasch, wife, age 38, married once for 17 years, had five children, four still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, East St. Louis, East St. Louis Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 80b (have copy) - Emma A. Rasch, head, renting, age 47, widow, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Rosemont, Canteen Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 91b (have copy) - Emma A. Rasch, mother-in-law, age 58, widow, married at age 21, can read and write, born in Illinois, servant, private family.

August and Emma had the following children:

+ 79 M i Fred A. Rasch was born 24 Apr 1897.
  80 M ii Hamilton Rasch [scrapbook] was born 22 Jan 1900 in Illinois. He died 8 Jan 1990 in Maryville, Madison County, Illinois.

1900 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 283b (have copy) - Hamilton Rasch, son, born January 22, 1900, age 4/12, born in Illinois.
1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 223a (have copy) - Hamilton Rasch, son, age 10, born in Illinois, can read and write, attended school within the last year.

Database: WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Name:    Rasch, Hamilton
Birth Date:    22 Jan 1900  
Birth Place:    relat. lives E. St. Louis IL  
City/County:    Hillsborough  
State:    FL  
Ethnicity:    W  

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Hamilton Rasch
SSN:    329-10-2545  
Born:    22 Jan 1900
Died:    8 Jan 1990
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (Before 1951 )
        Hamilton married Hazel Ann Murphy. Hazel was born 5 Aug 1910. She died 21 Oct 2005 in Collinsville, Madison, Illinois.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Hazel A. Rasch
SSN: 332-32-2747  
Last Residence: 62234  Collinsville, Madison, Illinois
Born: 5 Aug 1910
Died: 21 Oct 2005
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1955-1956 )
+ 81 M iii Roland Rasch was born 7 Apr 1902 and died Sep 1967.
+ 82 F iv Living

37. Rudolph Rasch [scrapbook] 1 (Friedrich Wilhelm Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 7 Jul 1875 in Illinois. He died 29/30 May 1947.

1880 Census, Trenton (Sugar Creek), Clinton County, Illinois, page 476c (have copy) - Rudolph Rasch, age 5, son, born in Illinois.
1900 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 286b (have copy) - Rudolph Rasch, son, born July 7, 1875, age 24, single, born in Illinois, coal miner, can read, write and speak English.
1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 220b (have copy) - Rudolph Rasch, head, age 36, married once for nine years, born in Illinois, shoveler, coal mine, can read and write, owns home.
1920 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 107a (have copy) - Rudolph Rasch, head, renting, age 42, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, coal miner, coal mine.
1930 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 15a (have copy) - Rudolph Rasch, head, renting, $20/month, has radio, age 52, married at age 26, born in Illinois, home based, worker.

Rudolph married Elizabeth Ann Rieken on 7 Aug 1901 in Clinton County, Illiinois. Elizabeth was born 1880 in Illinois.

1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 220b (have copy) - Lizzie A. Rasch, wife, age 30, married once for nine years, had five children, all still living, born in Illinois, can read and write.
1920 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 107a (have copy) - Lizzie Rasch, wife, age 38, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 15a (have copy) - Lizzie Rasch, wife, age 48, married at age 22, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Rudolph and Elizabeth had the following children:

  83 F i Living
  84 F ii Living
  85 M iii Randolph Rasch was born 1907 in Trenton, Clinton County, Illinois. He died 27 Feb 1963.

1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 220b (have copy) - Randolph Rasch, son, age 3, born in Illinois.
1920 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 107a (have copy) - Randolph Rasch, son, age 13, single, attended school within the last year, can read and write, born in Illinois.
  86 M iv Living
  87 F v Living
  88 F vi Living
  89 M vii Edgar R. Rasch was born 16 Mar 1917 in Illinois. He died 8 Nov 1988 in Smithton, Saint Clair, Illinois.

1920 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 107a (have copy) - Edgar Rasch, son, age 2 8/12, single, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Mascoutha, Mascoutha Township, St. Clair County, Illinois, page 15a (have copy) - Edgar Rasch, son, age 13, single, attend school within the last year, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Edgar R. Rasch
SSN:    325-14-9421  
Last Residence:    62285  Smithton, Saint Clair, Illinois, United States of America
Born:    16 Mar 1917
Died:    8 Nov 1988
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (Before 1951 )
  90 F viii Living
  91 F ix Living
  92 F x Living

40. Arnold Rasch [scrapbook] 1 (Friedrich Wilhelm Rasch , Johann Ernst Peter Rasch , Johann Ernst , Johann Georg Christoph Fredrich , Fredrich ) was born 23 Jan 1888 in Illinois. He died May 1977 in Alton, Madison, Illinois.

1900 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 286b (have copy) - Arnold Rasch, son, born January 25, 1888, age 12 years, single, born in Illinois, at school, attended school within the last year, can read, write and speak English.
1910 Census, Trenton, Sugar Creek Township, Clinton County, Illinois, page 223a (have copy) - Arnold Rasch, son, age 22, single, born in Illinois, laborer, coal mine, can read and write.
1920 Census, Pocahontas Village, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 119a (have copy) - Arnold Rasch, head, renting, age 31, married, can read and write, born in Illinois, track layer, coal mine.
1930 Census, Pocahontas, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 15b (have copy) - Arnold Rasch, head, owns a home valued at $4500, age 42, married at age 24, can read and write, born in Illinois, miner, coal miner.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Arnold Rasch
SSN:    492-22-5528  
Last Residence:    62002  Alton, Madison, Illinois, United States of America
Born:    23 Jan 1888
Last Benefit:    63135  Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America
Died:    May 1977
State (Year) SSN issued:    Missouri (Before 1951 )

Arnold married Mildred P.. Mildred was born 1895 in Illinois.

1920 Census, Pocahontas Village, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 119a (have copy) - Mildred Rasch, wife, age 25, married, can read and write, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Pocahontas, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 15b (have copy) - Mildred Rasch, wife, age 36, married at age 18, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Arnold and Mildred had the following children:

  93 M i Milton A. Rasch was born 30 Nov 1913 in Illinois. He died Jul 1987 in Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri.

1920 Census, Pocahontas Village, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 119a (have copy) - Milton Rasch, son, age 6, single, attended school within the last year, born in Illinois.
1930 Census, Pocahontas, Burgess Township, Bond County, Illinois, page 15b (have copy) - Milton A. Rasch, son, age 16, single, attended school within the last year, can read and write, born in Illinois.

Database: Social Security Death Index
Name:    Milton Rasch
SSN:    342-03-7106  
Last Residence:    63103  Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri, United States of America
Born:    30 Nov 1913
Last Benefit:    63103  Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri, United States of America
Died:    Jul 1987
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (Before 1951 )

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