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The Tie That Binds

CATHERINE FROESCHLE: [2]
daughter of Jacob Frederick Froeschle and Catherine Widmeier
Born: 28 May 1838 Württemberg, Germany
Died: 24 April 1905 Spencer Co., IN
Burial: Zoar Cemetery Spencer Co., IN
Married: 31 January 1856 Hamilton Co., OH
    CHARLES E. HASENMEYER
    son of unknown
    Born: 1827 Württemberg, Germany
    Died: 9 October 1882 Spencer Co., IN Book R-1, page 26
    Burial: Zoar Cemetery Spencer Co., IN

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND CATHERINE:

     1. Catherine A. Hasenmeyer + Frederich Hoch
     2. Louis Hasenmeyer + Magdalena Kuebortz
     3. Mary C.  Hasenmeyer + Gentry Gorman Giles
     4. Charles E. Hasenmeyer + Ada B. Crews
     5. Caroline Hasenmeyer
     6. John Hasenmeyer + Flora Hankins
     7. Ann Hasenmeyer + James Clinton Levi
     8. Emma Hasenmeyer
     9. Rosa Hasenmeyer
    10. Samuel C. Hasenmeyer + Velva Ryan


SOURCES:
"Germany, Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N2B2-XN5 : accessed 23 May 2012), Catharina Fröschle, 1838.

"Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD86-C97 : accessed 24 May 2012), Catharine Froeschle, 1856.
Groom's Name: Charles Hasenmayer
Bride's Name: Catharine Froeschle
Marriage Date: 31 Jan 1856
Marriage Place: Hamilton County, Ohio
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M86914-6
System Origin: Ohio-VR
Source Film Number: 0344469
Reference Number: 2:3VQCCZK

Year: 1860; Census Place: Cincinnati Ward 12, Hamilton, Ohio; Roll: M653_975; Page: 215; Image: 433; Family History Library Film: 803975.
Charles Hassenmier    33
Catharine Hassenmier 22
Catharine Hassenmier  3
Ludwig Hassenmier      1

Year: 1870; Census Place: Ohio, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: M593_358; Page: 595B; Image: 420; Family History Library Film: 545857.
Charles Haulinner    42
Cathrine Haulinner  32
Kattie Haulinner      13
Lewis Haulinner      11
Mary Haulinner        8
Charles Haulinner    6
Caroline Haulinner   3
John Haulinner      9/12 m
John J Carol           9

Year: 1880; Census Place: Grass, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: 312; Family History Film: 1254312; Page: 180A; Enumeration District: 051; Image: 0124.
Charles Hossemire    52
Catherine Hossemire 42
Catherine Hossemire 23
Louis Hossemire        21
Mary Hossemire        18
Charles Hossemire    16
Caroline Hossemire   13
John Hossemire        10
Annie Hossemire        8
Emma Hossemire        6
Rosa Hossemire         4
Samuel Hossemire     2

Year: 1900; Census Place: Grass, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: 403; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 60; FHL microfilm: 1240403.
Catherine Hannmeyer 62
Samuel Hannmeyer     22

Obituary someone abstracted and placed online:
Aged Mother Called - After a Long and Useful Life Mrs. Catherine Hasenmyer Passes Away - Death in its ceaseless march has again visited this community and taken from among us a loving mother and a Christian neighbor and friend. After an illness of about a year, Mrs. Catherine Hasenmeyer departed from this life last Monday morning, April 24th, 1905 at two o'clock a.m., of general debility, aged sixty-six years, ten months and twenty-six days. Catherine Freshley was born in Wyttenberg, Germany, May 28th, 1838, and was united in marriage to Charles E. Hasenmyer Jan 31st. 1856. To this union was born ten children, two of whom, John and Rosa, together with the father, have preceded the mother to the higher life. The remaining children are Louis, Samuel and Charles Hasenmyer, Mrs. Mary Kinney, Mrs. Carrie Haaff and Mrs. Emma Kinney, of this county, and Mrs. Kate Hoch and Mrs. Annie Levi of Lincoln, Ill. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community. May they ever remember that "Earth hath no sorrow Heaven cannot heal," and that the mother has only gone on before them perhaps only a few years into the blissful life, where those, like her, who have lived a Christian life here, find peace, harmony and contentment for all eternity. Funeral services were conducted Thursday morning at the Zoar church, four miles south-west of town, where the deceased was a member, by Rev. M. C. Patterson, of this place, and Rev. Hart, of Newtonville, after which the remains were interred in the cemetery there. Note: The spelling of Hasenmyer and Hasenmeyer were both used in this obituary. unknown Rockport county newspaper issue April 1905
 


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