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The Tie That Binds

LOUIS FRESHLEY: [2]              Freshley Album
son of Jacob Frederick Froschle and Catharina Wedmeier
Born: 22 April 1859 Portsmouth, Scioto Co., OH
Died: 19 January 1945 Spencer Co., IN
Burial: Sunset Hill Cemetery Spencer Co., IN
Married: 26 November 1882 Spencer Co., IN Bk.7, p. 361
    daughter of Johann Phillip Hoch and Mary J. Staaf
    Born: 20 November 1868 Portsmouth, Scioto Co., OH
    Died: 12 August 1933 Spencer Co., IN
    Burial: Sunset Hill Cemetery Spencer Co., IN


     1. Minnie Freshley
          b. 2 September 1883
          d. 1887 Zoar Cemetery
     2. John W. Freshly + Buelah Bird   
     3. Louis F. Freshley + Margaret Bird
     4. Clara W. Freshley + Harvey Travis Woods
     5. Bertha Anna Freshley
          b. 20 August 1889
          d. 30 May 1913
     6. Edith Lizzie Freshley
          b. 1894
          d. 1897 Zoar Cemetery
     7. Wayne Everette Freshley + Goldie Grace Sallee
     8. Raymond Freshley + Nora Nettie Jefferies
     9. Gladys M. Freshley
          b. July 1898
          d. 14 November 1917
    10. Helen Virginia Freshley + Forrest Young

Buelah and Margaret Bird are sisters.

1900 Spencer Co., IN Federal Census lists this couple as married 17 years, Minnie has borne 9 children, with 7 children living.

1900 Spencer Co., IN Federal Census lists an Edward S. Freshley living with this family. He is a nephew, the son of John Freshley and Rosa Koehl Freshley, their youngest child. Edward S. Freshley b. July 1880 d. 17 June 1901, cause of death rabies.

Louis Freshley made his home in the Lake Mill area until 1920 when he moved his family to Rockport.

Minnie Freshley The Rockport Democrat, issue 18 August 1933
Louis Freshley The Rockport Journal, issue 26 January 1945
Bertha Freschley The Rockport Democrat, issue 6 June 1913
Gladys Freshley unknown paper, issue November 1917

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