(?) Attig1

M, #15901
     (?) married (?) Sinclaire, daughter of Murray Sinclaire and (?) Balch.1

Citations

  1. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.

Philip Huth1

M, #15902, b. 1840, d. October 4, 1906
Father*Philip Huth Sr b. 1809, d. July 26, 1892
     Philip Huth, son of Philip Huth Sr, was born in 1840.1
Philip (his first marriage) married Kittie Sayer circa 1867.2
Philip (his second marriage) married Margaret Zerr circa 1878.2
Philip was worked in a bakery and confectionery from 1890 to 1891 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
Philip Huth lived from 1890 to 1891 273 Philip Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
Philip died on October 4, 1906 in Louisiana.4

Family 1

Kittie Sayer
Children

Family 2

Margaret Zerr
Children

Citations

  1. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  2. [S2304] Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management and History State of Louisiana.
  3. [S2316] New Orleans City Directory, 1890 - 1891, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online), volume 139, page 107.

Philip Huth Sr1

M, #15903, b. 1809, d. July 26, 1892
     Philip Huth Sr was born in 1809.1
Philip died on July 26, 1892 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  2. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online), volume 102, page 407.

Ruth Vogler1

F, #15904
Father*John W. Vogler1 b. 1895
Mother*Adele Deutscher1 b. 1896, d. before 1962

Citations

  1. [S2313] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John W. Vogler household.

Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy1,2

F, #15905, b. April 23, 1859, d. January 2, 1942
Father*Doctor Leopold Ottofy2
Mother*Alosia (?)
     Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy, daughter of Doctor Leopold Ottofy and Alosia (?), was born on April 23, 1859 in Budapest, Hungary.3,4 Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy was also known as Louise E.5,6
Aloysia married Doctor Henry J. Dionysious, son of Henry W. Dionysious and Monica McManus, on November 14, 1883 at St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.6,2 Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy applied for a U. S. passport on June 18, 1912 at St. Louis, Missouri, for her and her daughter Mary. They returned on the S.S. Rijndam from Boulogne-Sur-Mar, France arriving in New York on September 12, 1912. She was described as 53-years=old, 5 feet 6 inches tall with a high forehead, large nose and mound, broad chin, blond har, gray eyes, fair complection and a smooth face.3,5 ; S. S. Rijndam5
S. S. Rijndam

Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious lived in 1930 at 135 East Adams Avenue in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. Residing with them were..4
Aloysia was enumerated as the wife of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious under the name of "Alysia E. Dionysius" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a married 70-year-old female born in Hungary as were both of her parents. She was married at the age of 24.4
Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious lived between 1935 and 1940 at 125 East Adams Avenue in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Mary, Florence and Henrietta..7
Aloysia was enumerated as the wife of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious under the name of "Aloysia Dionysius" on the 1940 U. S. Census for Bonhomme Township, Ward 1, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as an 80-year-old married woman born in Hungary. She had completed one year of college.7
Aloysia died on January 2, 1942 at 125 East Adams Avenue in Missouri, at age 82, Doctor Henry J. Dionysious was the informant on her death certificate.8 Her cause of death was valvular disease.8 Mrs. Aloysia Elizabeth Dionysious was buried on January 5, 1942 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 13, lot 48.8,910
Aloysia Ottofy Dionysious Tombstone

Dionysuis Family Monument
Photograph by Picasa

Family

Doctor Henry J. Dionysious b. September 10, 1858, d. March 20, 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S6133] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  2. [S2967] William L. Thomas, History of St. Louis County Volume II.
  3. [S6074] Passport Application for Aloysia and Mary Dionysious.
  4. [S2153] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Dr. Henry J. Dionysius household.
  5. [S6102] Passenger list steamship Rijndam, Septermber 12, 1912, Louise E. and Mary J. Dionysius entry.
  6. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  7. [S7669] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Henry J. Dionesius household.
  8. [S2426] Aloysia B. Dionysius Death Certificate.
  9. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).
  10. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Mary J. Dionysious1

F, #15906, b. August 15, 1888, d. May, 1984
Father*Doctor Henry J. Dionysious1 b. September 10, 1858, d. March 20, 1944
Mother*Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy1 b. April 23, 1859, d. January 2, 1942
     Mary J. Dionysious, daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious and Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy, was born on August 15, 1888 in St. Louis County, Missouri.2,1
Mary J. was a teacher in 1910 at St. Louis, Missouri.3
     Mary J. Dionysious lived with Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious in 1930 at 135 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1930 U. S. Census of Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 41-year-old female born in Missouri. She was employed as a public school teacher.1
She lived with her parents, Aloysia and Henry, between 1935 and 1940 at 125 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.4
Mary J. was a public school teacher in 1940. She had worked 40 weeks during 1939, earing $2,600.. She worked 30 hours during the week of March 24, 1940.4
     Mary was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1940 U. S. Census for Bonhomme Township, Ward 1, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 51-year-old woman born in Missouri. She had completed three years of college.4 Mary was the informant listed on the death certificate of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on March 20, 1944.5 Mary was the informant listed on the death certificate of Florence Dionysious on July 10, 1954.5
Mary died in May, 1984 at age 95.6 She was buried on May 14, 1984 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri.67
Mary J. Dionysious Tombstone

Dionysuis Family Monument
Photograph by Picasa

Citations

  1. [S2153] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Dr. Henry J. Dionysius household.
  2. [S6074] Passport Application for Aloysia and Mary Dionysious.
  3. [S2967] William L. Thomas, History of St. Louis County Volume II.
  4. [S7669] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Henry J. Dionesius household.
  5. [S2424] Henry J. Dionysius Death Certificate.
  6. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).
  7. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Henrietta Dionysious1

F, #15907, b. September 20, 1895, d. September, 1986
Father*Doctor Henry J. Dionysious1 b. September 10, 1858, d. March 20, 1944
Mother*Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy1 b. April 23, 1859, d. January 2, 1942
     Henrietta Dionysious, daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious and Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy, was born on September 20, 1895 in St. Louis County, Missouri.2
     Henrietta Dionysious lived with Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious in 1930 at 135 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Henrietta was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1930 U. S. Census of Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 34-year-old female born in Missouri. She was employed as a stenographer in a paper factory.1
She lived with her parents, Aloysia and Henry, between 1935 and 1940 at 125 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.3
Henrietta was a stenographer in a commission company. in 1940. She had worked 49 weeks in 1939 earning $1,440.00.. She had worked 40 hours in the week of March 24, 1940.3
     Henrietta was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1940 U. S. Census for Bonhomme Township, Ward 1, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 44-year-old woman born in Missouri. She had completed three years of high school.3
Henrietta died in September, 1986.4 She was buried on September 18, 1986 in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri, in section 13, lot 48.45
Henrietta Dionysious Tombstone

Dionysuis Family Monument
Photograph by Picasa

Citations

  1. [S2153] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Dr. Henry J. Dionysius household.
  2. [S6133] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  3. [S7669] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, Henry J. Dionesius household.
  4. [S2220] Internet Site: The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Web Site).
  5. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Monica Dionysious1

F, #15908, b. October 12, 1896
Father*Doctor Henry J. Dionysious1 b. September 10, 1858, d. March 20, 1944
Mother*Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy1 b. April 23, 1859, d. January 2, 1942
     Monica Dionysious, daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious and Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy, was born on October 12, 1896 in St. Louis County, Missouri.2
     Monica Dionysious lived with Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious in 1930 at 135 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Monica was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1930 U. S. Census of Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 32-year-old female born in Missouri. She was employed as a stenographer at a building material company.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Kirkwood, St. Louis County, MissouriDoctor Henry J. Dionysious1

Citations

  1. [S2153] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Dr. Henry J. Dionysius household.
  2. [S6133] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.

Marcella Dionysious1

F, #15909, b. March 14, 1902
Father*Doctor Henry J. Dionysious1 b. September 10, 1858, d. March 20, 1944
Mother*Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy1 b. April 23, 1859, d. January 2, 1942
     Marcella Dionysious, daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious and Aloysia Elizabeth Ottofy, was born on March 14, 1902 in Des Peres, St. Louis County, Missouri.2
     Marcella Dionysious lived with Aloysia and Doctor Henry J. Dionysious in 1930 at 135 East Adams Avenue, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Marcella was enumerated as the daughter of Doctor Henry J. Dionysious on the 1930 U. S. Census of Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 28-year-old female born in Missouri. She was not employed.1
Marcella married Thomas M. Curtin on July 26, 1938 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Valley Park, St. Louis County, Missouri.3

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Kirkwood, St. Louis County, MissouriDoctor Henry J. Dionysious1

Family

Thomas M. Curtin b. 1899, d. October, 1949

Citations

  1. [S2153] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Dr. Henry J. Dionysius household.
  2. [S6133] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1931, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  3. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.

Martin Karl Henry Nething1,2,3

M, #15910, b. July 4, 1882
Father*Johannes Nething b. December 1, 1844, d. July 23, 1933
Mother*Emma Noack b. March 17, 1855, d. May 3, 1928
     Martin Karl Henry Nething was also known as Martin C. Martin Karl Henry Nething, son of Johannes Nething and Emma Noack, was born on July 4, 1882 in Missouri.1,3
He lived with his parents, Emma and Johannes, in 1900 at Lyon Township in Franklin County, Missouri.1
Martin was enumerated as the son of Johannes Nething on the 1900 U. S. Census of Lyon Township, Missouri. He was listed as a 17-year-old male born in Missouri, his parents were born in Germany, he had attended school for eight months during the year.1
Martin married Emma L. (?) in 1908.2
From 1918 to 1930 Martin Karl Henry Nething farmed at Lyon Township in Missouri.2,3
Martin Karl Henry Nething and Emma L. (?) lived in 1918 R. R. 3, New Haven, Franklin County, Missouri.3 Martin registered for the draft for World War I on September 12, 1918 at Franklin County, Missouri, he was listed as medium hieght and build, blue eyes and dark hair. He claimed to be physically disqualified because of weak eyes.3
Emma and Martin Karl Henry Nething lived in 1930 at Lyon Township in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Ella and Thekla..2
Martin is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of Lyon Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 47-year-old male born in Missouri, his parents were born in Germany, he was married for the first time at the age of 25. He owned a farm listed as item 111 on the farm schedule, could read and write and was not a veteran. Enumerated with him were: his wife Emma L., his daughters Ella K. and Thekla M.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1900Lyon Township, Franklin County, MissouriJohannes Nething1
1930Lyon Township, MissouriMartin Karl Henry Nething2

Family 1

Children

Family 2

Emma L. (?) b. 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S3127] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Nething household.
  2. [S3217] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Martin C. Nething household.
  3. [S4331] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S2318] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto F. Hoeman household.

Hulda Nething1

F, #15911, b. 1909
Father*Martin Karl Henry Nething1 b. July 4, 1882
Hulda Nething
     Hulda Nething, daughter of Martin Karl Henry Nething, was born in 1909 in Arkansas.1 She lived with Otto Frank Hoemann, in 1930 at 24 South Maple Avenue in Webster Groves, St. Louis County, Missouri.1
Hulda was enumerated as the neice of Otto Frank Hoemann on the 1930 U. S. Census of Webster Groves, St. Louis County, Missouri. She was listed as a single 21-year-old female born in Arkansas. She was employed as a sewer in a dress factory.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Webster Groves, St. Louis County, MissouriOtto Frank Hoemann1

Citations

  1. [S2318] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Otto F. Hoeman household.

Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff1,2,3

M, #15912, b. January 20, 1859, d. April 16, 1902
Father*Christian William Langhoff1 b. June 7, 1823, d. June 29, 1871
Mother*Magdalena "Lina" Madel1 b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888
     Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff, son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, was born on January 20, 1859 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1
He lived with his parents, Magdalena and Christian, in 1860 at Ward 3 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.4
He was enumerated with his parent Christian William Langhoff on the 1860 U. S. Census for Ward 3, Louisiana. He was listed as a one-year-old boy born in Louisiana.4
He lived with his parents, Magdalena and Christian, in 1870 in Louisiana.5
He was enumerated with his parent Christian William Langhoff on the 1870 U. S. Census for New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. He was listed as an 11-year-old boy born in Louisiana, he was attending school.5
Edward married Wilhelmina Schneider on April 7, 1881 at Louisiana.6
A newspaper article in The Times-Picayune Newspaper, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, dated December 4, 1894 reported Zinc Users
To Be Prosecuted by the Board of Health
Yesterday Sanitary Officer Marx, acting in compliance with a recent resolution of the board of health, appeared before Recorder Whitaker and swore out an affidavit against Messrs.. August C. Langhoff and Edward M. S. Langhoff, of No 13 South Peters street, and Messrs. Chambers, Roy & Co., of No. 36 Teboupitouias street, charging them with violating section 1 of act No. 82, of 1882, relative to manufacturing, offering for sale and selling adulterated molasses at their place of business on the 7th of last month.
The board of health have of late extensively discussed the question of the adulteration of molasses and its treatment for clarification and a resolution was passed declaring that any refiner caught using zinc as a means of clarifying molasses would be prosecuted for the violation of the adulteration law, as the zinc process was declared poisonous. The officer of the board of health visited a number of molasses handlers and secured samples and found that a great many were still using the zinc, and affidavits will also be made against them.7

Edward Marcus Stephen was a sugar merchant in 1900.8
Wilhelmina and Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff lived in 1900 at 1726 Baronner Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Residing with them were, their children George, Edna, Pearl, Gladius and Myrtle..8
Edward is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Ward 1, Precinct 6, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. He was identified as a male born in Louisiana in January, 1859; he had been married for 19 years and was renting a home. Enumerated with him were: his wife Wilhelmina, his son George Irwin, his daughters Edna Viola, Pearl Camelia, Gladius Amelia and Myrtle Wilhelmine.8
Edward died on April 16, 1902 in Louisiana, at age 43.1
His obituary was published in the The Times-Picayune Newspaper on April 16, 1902.3 His obituary stated:
Died-Langhoff - On Wednesday 4/16/1902 at 7:20 PM E.M.S. Langhoff at his residence 1521 So. Rampart St. Friends and acquaintances of the family, members of the Louisiana Sugar & Rice Exchange and members of the Washington Benevolent Assn. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral.
Special Notice:
Office of Langhoff Bros. special notice:
The death of our senior member Mr. E.M.S. Langhoff will cause no interruption in our business, which will be continued, as heretofore, under the title of Langhoff Bros. (per T. Deco. 4/17/1902 same as above plus)
Funeral on 4/17/1902 at 4 PM Hall Washington Benevolent and Aid Assn. The officers and members of the Burial Committee are hereby notified to assemble at the Odd Fellows Hall Camp Street, this Thurs. afternoon at attending the funeral of our late brother E.M.S. Langhoff which will take place from No. 1521 So. Rampart St. By order of R.T. Downing, Chairman
9
He was buried in April, 1902 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.10
Langhoff Family Plot

Wilhelmina Langhoff, Edward M. S. Langhoff and George I. Langhoff Tombstone

Family

Wilhelmina Schneider b. May 2, 1858, d. May 21, 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S8913] Frere2001 (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Frere-Kiein-Huth-Sporl-Moss-St einger Family Treet" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on March 2016.
  3. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Edward M. S. Langhoff Obituary", May 20, 1902, page 4.
  4. [S2948] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), C. W. Langhorff household.
  5. [S2954] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Christian W. Langhoff household.
  6. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  7. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Zinc Users", December 4, 1894, page 2.
  8. [S8912] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M S Laghoff household.
  9. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Edward M. S.
    Langhoff Obituary", May 20, 1902, page 4.
  10. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

August C. Langhoff1

M, #15913, b. January 20, 1861, d. May 5, 1919
Father*Christian William Langhoff1 b. June 7, 1823, d. June 29, 1871
Mother*Magdalena "Lina" Madel1 b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888
     August C. Langhoff, son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, was born on January 20, 1861 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1
He lived with his parents, Magdalena and Christian, in 1870 in Louisiana.2
He was enumerated with his parent Christian William Langhoff on the 1870 U. S. Census for New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. He was listed as a nine-year-old boy born in Louisiana, he was attending school.2
A newspaper article in The Times-Picayune Newspaper, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, dated September 27, 1883 reported Hit With A Brick
At half-past 5 o'clock yesterday evening a white boy named Charles Langhoff, residing at No. 384 Girod street, was stuck upon the head with a brick by Lavinia Daggs, a negress. Dr. Veaiew, who was called to attend the boy's hurt, pronounced it serious. The woman was arrested.3

A newspaper article in The Times-Picayune Newspaper, Louisiana, dated October 5, 1883 reported First Recorder's Court
Lavinia Daggs was sent before the Criminal Court under $1000 bonds fro assault and wounding A. C. Langhoff.4

August married Amelia M. Kreutz, daughter of (?) Kreutz, on September 4, 1884 at Louisiana.5,1
A newspaper article in The Times-Picayune Newspaper, Louisiana, dated December 4, 1894 reported Zinc Users
To Be Prosecuted by the Board of Health
Yesterday Sanitary Officer Marx, acting in compliance with a recent resolution of the board of health, appeared before Recorder Whitaker and swore out an affidavit against Messrs.. August C. Langhoff and Edward M. S. Langhoff, of No 13 South Peters street, and Messrs. Chambers, Roy & Co., of No. 36 Teboupitouias street, charging them with violating section 1 of act No. 82, of 1882, relative to manufacturing, offering for sale and selling adulterated molasses at their place of business on the 7th of last month.
The board of health have of late extensively discussed the question of the adulteration of molasses and its treatment for clarification and a resolution was passed declaring that any refiner caught using zinc as a means of clarifying molasses would be prosecuted for the violation of the adulteration law, as the zinc process was declared poisonous. The officer of the board of health visited a number of molasses handlers and secured samples and found that a great many were still using the zinc, and affidavits will also be made against them.6

August C. was a sugar merchant in 1910.7
He lived with his brother-in-law, Louis McQuire, in 1910 at 1925 Marango Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.7
August was enumerated as the brother-in-law of Louis McQuire on the 1910 U. S. Census of Ward 12, Precinct 7, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. He was listed as a 50-year-old male born in Louisiana as were his parents; he had been married for 25 years.7 At the time of his death in 1919, August resided at 1740 General Pershing Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.8
August died on May 5, 1919 at 1740 General Pershing Street in Louisiana, at age 58.1,8
His obituary was published in the The Times-Picayune Newspaper on May 5, 1919.9 His obituary stated:
Died Langhoff - On Monday 5/5/1919 at 4:30 o'clock PM, August C. Langhoff, beloved husband of Amelia M. Kreutz, age 58 years old, a native of this city. Funeral will take place this Tuesday at 4 PM 5/6/1919, from his late residence 1740 General Pershing Street. Interment in Metairie Cemetery.
Standard Benevolent Association Officers and members of the Burial Committee are requested to assemble at the BK of A Hall Tues 5/6/1919 to attend the funeral of our late brother A.C. Langhoff at 3 o'clock PM. Burial from his late residence 1740 General Pershing Street at 4 PM. By order of M.J. Fitzmorris, Secretary- F. Paisant, Pres.
Also:
FOUNDED MOLASSES CANNERY IN 1889; STROKE ENDS LIFE; PIONEER MOLASSES MAKER DIES AFTER HEART ATTACK
August C. Langhoff, president of Langhoff Bros. Co., one of the pioneers of the molasses boiling and canning business in New Orleans, died at his home, 1740 General Pershing Street, at 4:30 pm, Monday. The immediate cause of death was acute heart failure. Services will be held at the residence Tuesday at 4 P.M., and interment will be in Metarie Cemetery.
Mr. Langhoff is survived by his widow, who was Miss Amelia Kreutz of New Orleans; one nephew, George I. Langhoff, vice-president of Langhoff Bros. Co., and four nieces, the Misses Edna, Myrtle and Gladys Langhoff and Mrs Julius Mayer, all of this city.
Mr. Langhoff was born in New Orleans January 20, 1861, and was educated in the public schools. In 1889 he founded a very modest molasses business at St. Joseph and Tchoupitoulas streets, which has in the past thirty years grown enormously, until it is now probably the largest concern of its kind in this section. The firm makes a specialty of reboiling and canning molasses.
For nearly twenty years Mr. Langhoff has been practically blind, his condition being due to some hereditary condition which addicted many members of his family. Despite this handicap, up until three years ago he took an active part in the conduct of his business and continued to visit the office of the firm each day until three weeks ago. Because of this infirmity Mr. Langhoff never joined many lodges or societies, but he was an ardent devotee of Issak Walton and spent much of his leisure time in angling.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at the home and at the grave. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. A. Herman Becker, pastor of the First Evangelical Church, of which Mr.Langhoff was a member ofr many years.
8
He was buried on May 6, 1919 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.8

Family

Amelia M. Kreutz b. August 24, 1856, d. October 22, 1933

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2954] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Christian W. Langhoff household.
  3. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Hit With A Brick", September 27, 1883, page 2.
  4. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "First Recorder's Court", October 5, 1883, page 2.
  5. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  6. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Zinc Users", December 4, 1894, page 2.
  7. [S8911] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Louis McQuire household.
  8. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "August Langhoff Obituary", May 5, 1919.
  9. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "August Langhoff Obituary", May 5, 1919, page 2.

George August Langhoff1

M, #15914, b. May 18, 1863, d. December 12, 1864
Father*Christian William Langhoff1 b. June 7, 1823, d. June 29, 1871
Mother*Magdalena "Lina" Madel1 b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888
     George August Langhoff, son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, was born on May 18, 1863 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1 At the time of his death in 1864, George resided at 273 Rampart Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2
His obituary was published in the The Times-Picayune Newspaper on December 12, 1864.2
George died on December 12, 1864 in Louisiana, at age 1.1 His obituary stated:
Died on 12/12/1864 at half past 1 o'clock George August Langhoff age 19 months and 4 days, son of C.W. Langhoff and Magdalina Madel.
The Funeral will take place from the residence of his parents No. 273 Rampart St. [late Circus St.] corner of Julia at 3 pm. The friends and the members of Commercial Ladge # 12 are respectfully invited.
2

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "George August Langhoff Obituary", December 12, 1864.

Emma Magdalina Victoria Langhoff1

F, #15915, b. June 6, 1867, d. October 25, 1867
Father*Christian William Langhoff1 b. June 7, 1823, d. June 29, 1871
Mother*Magdalena "Lina" Madel1 b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888
     Emma Magdalina Victoria Langhoff, daughter of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, was born on June 6, 1867 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1
Emma died on October 25, 1867 at Julia and Rampart Streets in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1,2
Her obituary was published in the The Times-Picayune Newspaper on October 26, 1867.2 Her obituary stated:
Langhoff - On Friday, Oct. 25, at 7 o'clock A. M., Emma Magdalena Victoria, only daughter of Christian W. Langhoff and Lena Madel, aged 4 months and 20 days.
The friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral on Saturday, the 26th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M., from her late residence, corner of Julia and Rampart streets
2

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Emma Langhoff Obituary", October 26, 1887, page 4.

Emma Lizzie Magdalina Langhoff1

F, #15916, b. August, 1868, d. March 6, 1872
Father*Christian William Langhoff1 b. June 7, 1823, d. June 29, 1871
Mother*Magdalena "Lina" Madel1 b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888
     Emma Lizzie Magdalina Langhoff, daughter of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, was born in August, 1868 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1
She lived with her parents, Magdalena and Christian, in 1870 at Louisiana.2
Emma was enumerated with her parent Christian William Langhoff on the 1870 U. S. Census for New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as a one-year-old girl born in Louisiana.2
Emma died on March 6, 1872 in Louisiana, at age 3.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1870New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaChristian William Langhoff2

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2954] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Christian W. Langhoff household.

Jergen Bey1

M, #15917, b. 1818, d. February 26, 1891
     Jergen Bey was also known as Jurgen.2 Jergen Bey was born in 1818 in départment of Bas Rhine, France.2,3
Jergen (his first marriage) married Catarina Eigenbaub (her first marriage) on November 7, 1854 at Orleans Parish, Louisiana.4,2
Jergen was a laborer in 1860.3
Catarina and Jergen Bey lived in 1860 at Ninth Ward in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Residing with them was their child, Nicolas.3
Jergen is a head of household on the 1860 U. S. Census for Ninth Ward, Louisiana. He was identified as a 28-year-old male born in Bas Rhine (age is incorrect, should be about 1848). Enumerated with him were:, his son Nicolas.3
Jergen witnessed the naturalization of George Chavigny on September 11, 1868 at Fifth District Court, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.5
Jergen was a warden at a light house custom (dififcult to read) in 1870.4
Catarina and Jergen Bey lived in 1870 at Ninth Ward in Louisiana. Residing with them was their child, Eliza.4
Jergen is a head of household on the 1870 U. S. Census for Ninth Ward, Louisiana. He was identified as a 52-year-old male born in Hamburg. Enumerated with him were.4 His wife, Catarina, died on August 15, 1874.6
Jergen married Magdalena "Lina" Madel (her second marriage), daughter of (?) Madel, on August 6, 1878 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2
Jergen was was keeping a barroom in 1880.7
Magdalena and Jergen Bey lived in 1880 in Louisiana. Residing with them were, their child, Eliza, their grandchild Louis Charles Langhoff and other relatives Henry Schipmann..7
Jergen is a head of household on the 1880 U. S. Census of Louisiana. He was identified as a 64-year-old male born in Preussia as were his parents. Enumerated with him were: his wife Magdalena, his daughter Eliza Catharina Maria, his grandson Louis Charles Langhoff. Another relative, Henry Schipmann, was also enumerated in the household.7
Jergen died on February 26, 1891 in Louisiana.6

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaJergen Bey3
1870Ninth Ward, LouisianaJergen Bey4
1880New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaJergen Bey7

Research Note

     Research Note
Daughter Lizzie was born in 1855 but was not on 1860 census.
Son George Peter was born in 1852 but not on 1860 or 1870 Census. Is on the 1880 census.4,3,7
Research Note
The two basic Madel families in New Orleans in the 1850s:
Henry and Anna Nagel Madel. Henry was born in 1815 in either Germany or New Orleans.
The second family consisted of a brother and sister, Magdalena (1832) and Henry H. Madel (1831).
There seems to be some simularity and pattern in the names of their children.
Henry and Anna Madel had Helena, William Henri, Augusta and Johanns.
Magdalena Madel Langhoff had William and August.
Henry H. Madel had Henry, Helena and William.
George (Jurgen) Bey was a witness to the naturalization of George Chavigny in 1868. George Chavigny's wife, Helena Rebecca Madel, was the sister of William H. Madel. George Bey married Magdalena Madel Langhoff about 10 years after the naturalization.
In 1880 Anna Nagel Madel's son by her second marriage, Henry Schipmann, was living with Jurgon Bey and Lena Madel Bey and next to Jno. Langhoff (not yet identified.)
This indicates that there is some relationwhip between the Madel families in New Orleans in the mid-1800s.5,8,7

Family 1

Catarina Eigenbaub b. circa 1821, d. August 15, 1874
Children

Family 2

Magdalena "Lina" Madel b. October 28, 1832, d. December 31, 1888

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S7758] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Bey household.
  4. [S7760] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Bey household.
  5. [S7375] U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 (Indexed in World Archives Project), Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  6. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  7. [S8244] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Jurgen Bey household.
  8. [S7755] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Rebecca Chavigny household.
  9. [S2304] Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management and History State of Louisiana.

Amelia M. Kreutz1

F, #15918, b. August 24, 1856, d. October 22, 1933
Father*(?) Kreutz
     Amelia M. Kreutz, daughter of (?) Kreutz, was born on August 24, 1856.1
Amelia married August C. Langhoff, son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, on September 4, 1884 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2,1
Amelia lived with her brother, Louis McQuire, in 1910 at 1925 Marango Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
Amelia was enumerated as the sister of Louis McQuire under the name of "Amelia Langhoff" on the 1910 U. S. Census of Ward 12, Precinct 7, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as 50-year-old female born in Louisiana; her parents were born in Germany. She had been married for 25 years.3
Amelia died on October 22, 1933 in Louisiana, at age 77.1,4

Family

August C. Langhoff b. January 20, 1861, d. May 5, 1919

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S8911] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Louis McQuire household.
  4. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).

Amelia Mathilde Martin1

F, #15919, d. circa 1879
     Amelia (her first marriage) marrried Henry Christian Langhoff (his first marriage) , son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, on May 25, 1876 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2
Amelia died circa 1879.1

Family

Henry Christian Langhoff b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Child

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).

Katherine Riess1,2

F, #15920, b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     Katherine Riess was also known as Catherina Reis.3 Katherine Riess was born in 1853 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3,1 Conflicting evidence placed her birth May 12, 1876 in New Orleans (Ancestry Edward Robinson Family.)4
Katherine (her first marriage) marrried Anton Koll (his first marriage) circa 1875.3 Katherine Riess was widowed circa 1888.
Katherine (her second marriage) married Henry Christian Langhoff (his second marriage) , son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, on March 10, 1890 at Louisiana.3
Katherine Riess lived in 1917 2678 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.5
Katherine died on May 29, 1922 in Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.1 She was buried in June, 1922 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.6
Langhoff Family Tombstone

Langhoff Family Plot

Langhoff Family Plot

Family 1

Anton Koll d. circa 1888

Family 2

Henry Christian Langhoff b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Children

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S2040] Ancestry World Tree.
  5. [S8554] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online).
  6. [S7626] Langhoff family data researched and assembled by Mildred E. Langhoff Buhler. The format and correlation of data was perfromed by her daughter Joan Buhler Donnelly. (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Messa / Langhoff Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on March 7, 2012.
  7. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Charles Henry Christian Langhoff1

M, #15921, b. September 5, 1876, d. May 12, 1964
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff1 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Amelia Mathilde Martin1 d. circa 1879
     Charles and Clarissa had ten known children.1 Charles Henry Christian Langhoff, son of Henry Christian Langhoff and Amelia Mathilde Martin, was born on September 5, 1876.1
Charles married Clarissa Garwood Lisson, daughter of Richard Walter Lisson and Charity G. Carty, on September 9, 1902 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2
Charles Henry Christian was employed by the American Sugar Company in 1918.3
Charles Henry Christian Langhoff lived in 1918 2327 Banks, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
With no end in sight for World War I, the United States instituted it's third and final registration. It included all men who were between the ages of 18 and 21, and 31 to 45 years of age. This added younger men than the previous registrations, those who were born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900; and added an older group of men, born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. Charles Henry Christian Langhoff filled out a draft card on September 12, 1918 at Local Board Division 2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. For World War I.3
Charles died on May 12, 1964 at age 87.1 He was buried in May, 1964 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.4
Langhoff Family Tombstone

Langhoff Family Plot

Langhoff Family Plot

Family

Clarissa Garwood Lisson b. August 7, 1880, d. January 8, 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S8557] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S7626] Langhoff family data researched and assembled by Mildred E. Langhoff Buhler. The format and correlation of data was perfromed by her daughter Joan Buhler Donnelly. (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Messa / Langhoff Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on March 7, 2012.
  5. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Emma Victoria Langhoff1,2

F, #15922, b. circa 1891, d. February 23, 1921
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff1 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Katherine Riess1 b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     Emma Victoria Langhoff, daughter of Henry Christian Langhoff and Katherine Riess, was born circa 1891.2
Emma married John Lawrence Monaghan on September 9, 1902 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3,1
Emma died on February 23, 1921 in Louisiana.2

Family

John Lawrence Monaghan
Child

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).

Georgiana Louise Langhoff1

F, #15923, b. March 29, 1893, d. September 20, 1895
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff2 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Katherine Riess2 b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     Georgiana and John had two known children.2 Georgiana Louise Langhoff, daughter of Henry Christian Langhoff and Katherine Riess, was born on March 29, 1893 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2,3
Georgiana died on September 20, 1895 at age 2.2
Georgiana married John Bernard Heinick on March 19, 1917 at Louisiana.1

Family

John Bernard Heinick b. 1890

Citations

  1. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  2. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).

Lloyd August Langhoff1

M, #15924, b. May 10, 1896, d. May 14, 1960
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff1 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Katherine Riess1 b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     Lloyd August Langhoff, son of Henry Christian Langhoff and Katherine Riess, was born on May 10, 1896 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1,2,3
Lloyd August was a chauffer for his mother Mrs. Katie Langhoff in 1917.3
Lloyd August Langhoff lived in 1917 2678 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3 Lloyd registered for the draft for World War I on June 5, 1917 at Local Board Division 2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, He was shown as short with a slender build with blue eyes and light hair.3
Lloyd married Melvina Elizabeth Schreiber on March 19, 1920.4
Lloyd died on May 14, 1960 at age 64.1

Family

Melvina Elizabeth Schreiber b. December 29, 1900

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S8554] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).

William Allen Langhoff1

M, #15925, b. October 28, 1898, d. March 12, 1992
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff1 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Katherine Riess1 b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     William Allen Langhoff, son of Henry Christian Langhoff and Katherine Riess, was born on October 28, 1898 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1,2
William Allen Langhoff lived in 1918 2522 Banks Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
William Allen was a helper at DeMacy Motor Car Company in 1918.3
With no end in sight for World War I, the United States instituted it's third and final registration. It included all men who were between the ages of 18 and 21, and 31 to 45 years of age. This added younger men than the previous registrations, those who were born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900; and added an older group of men, born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. William Allen Langhoff filled out a draft card on September 12, 1918 at Local Board Division 2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. For World War I.3
William married Emily Moran after 1918.1,3
William died on March 12, 1992 in Louisiana, at age 93.1

Family

Emily Moran b. September 28, 1901, d. June 10, 1976

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2304] Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management and History State of Louisiana.
  3. [S8553] Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com (database online).

Edwin Roberts Langhoff1

M, #15926, b. June 2, 1901, d. May 11, 1961
Father*Henry Christian Langhoff1 b. March 30, 1853, d. November 12, 1903
Mother*Katherine Riess1 b. 1853, d. May 29, 1922
     Edwin married (?) Scheib.1 Edwin Roberts Langhoff, son of Henry Christian Langhoff and Katherine Riess, was born on June 2, 1901.1
Edwin died on May 11, 1961 at age 59.1 He was buried in May, 1961 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.2
Langhoff Family Tombstone

Langhoff Family Plot

Langhoff Family Plot

Family

(?) Scheib

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S7626] Langhoff family data researched and assembled by Mildred E. Langhoff Buhler. The format and correlation of data was perfromed by her daughter Joan Buhler Donnelly. (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Messa / Langhoff Family Tree" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on March 7, 2012.
  3. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Wilhelmina Schneider1

F, #15927, b. May 2, 1858, d. May 21, 1901
     Wilhelmina Schneider was born on May 2, 1858 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.1
Wilhelmina married Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff, son of Christian William Langhoff and Magdalena "Lina" Madel, on April 7, 1881 at Louisiana.2
Wilhelmina and Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff lived in 1900 at 1726 Baronner Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Residing with them were, their children George, Edna, Pearl, Gladius and Myrtle..3
Wilhelmina was enumerated as the wife of Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff under the name of "Wilhelmina Langhoff" on the 1900 U. S. Census of Ward 1, Precinct 6, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as a female born in Louisiana in May, 1859; she had been married for 19 years and had seven children of whom five were still living.3
Her obituary was published in the The Times-Picayune Newspaper on May 21, 1901.4
Wilhelmina died on May 21, 1901 in Louisiana, at age 43.1,5 Her obituary stated:
Langhoff - On Tuesday May 21, 1901 at 3:50 PM Wilhemina Schneider, beloved wife of Edward M. S. Langhoff, age 43 years, a native of New Orleans. The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral which will take place this Wednesday May 22, at 4 PM from 1726 Baronne St. without further notice.
4
She was buried in May, 1901 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.5
Langhoff Family Plot

Wilhelmina Langhoff, Edward M. S. Langhoff and George I. Langhoff Tombstone

Family

Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff b. January 20, 1859, d. April 16, 1902
Children

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S8912] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M S Laghoff household.
  4. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Wilhelmina Schneider Langhoff. Obituary", May 21, 1901.
  5. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Gladius Amelia "Gladys" Langhoff1,2

F, #15928, b. 1896, d. October 5, 1989
Father*Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff1 b. January 20, 1859, d. April 16, 1902
Mother*Wilhelmina Schneider1 b. May 2, 1858, d. May 21, 1901
     Gladius Amelia "Gladys" Langhoff, daughter of Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff and Wilhelmina Schneider, was born in 1896.3
She lived with her parents, Wilhelmina and Edward, in 1900 at 1726 Baronner Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.4
Gladius was enumerated as the daughter of Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff on the 1900 U. S. Census of Ward 1, Precinct 6, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as a female born in Louisiana in February, 1896.4
She lived with her uncle, Louis McQuire, in 1910 at 1925 Marango Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.5
Gladius was enumerated as the neice of Louis McQuire on the 1910 U. S. Census of Ward 12, Precinct 7, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as a single 14-year-old female born in Louisiana as were her parents.5
Gladius married Charles Alex Emling Sr on April 27, 1920 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
Gladius died on October 5, 1989.6 She was buried in October, 1989 in Metarie Cemetery in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.6
Langhoff Family Plot

Gladys Emling and Marielle Verlander Tombstone

Family

Charles Alex Emling Sr b. 1897
Children

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S2315] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949, Ancestry.com (database online).
  3. [S2322] New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925, Ancestry.com (database online).
  4. [S8912] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M S Laghoff household.
  5. [S8911] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Louis McQuire household.
  6. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  7. [S8902] The Times-Picayune Newspaper "Edward Langhoff Emling Obituary", July 18, 2009.

Myrtle Wilhelmine Langhoff1

F, #15929, b. 1897
Father*Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff2 b. January 20, 1859, d. April 16, 1902
Mother*Wilhelmina Schneider2 b. May 2, 1858, d. May 21, 1901
     Myrtle married Harold Scherer.2 Myrtle Wilhelmine Langhoff, daughter of Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff and Wilhelmina Schneider, was born in 1897 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.3
She lived with her parents, Wilhelmina and Edward, in 1900 at 1726 Baronner Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.4
Myrtle was enumerated as the daughter of Edward Marcus Stephen Langhoff on the 1900 U. S. Census of Ward 1, Precinct 6, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as a female born in Louisiana in Seopteber, 1897.4
She lived with her uncle, Louis McQuire, in 1910 at 1925 Marango Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.5
Myrtle was enumerated as the wife of Louis McQuire on the 1910 U. S. Census of Ward 12, Precinct 7, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. She was listed as an eleven-year-old female born in Louisiana as were her parents.5

Citations

  1. [S2304] Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management and History State of Louisiana.
  2. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S8913] Frere2001 (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Frere-Kiein-Huth-Sporl-Moss-St einger Family Treet" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on March 2016.
  4. [S8912] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edward M S Laghoff household.
  5. [S8911] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Louis McQuire household.

Harold Scherer1

M, #15930

Citations

  1. [S1500] Family Tree titled "g6146," Ancestry World Tree.