Adam George Raithel1

M, #2821, b. March 6, 1853, d. October 21, 1939
Father*Wolfgang Adam Raithel2 b. April 19, 1810, d. October 27, 1882
Mother*Magdalena Heissinger2 b. May 1, 1821, d. July 19, 1892
     Adam George Raithel was also known as George A. Raithel.1 Adam George Raithel was also known as G. Adam Raithel.2,3 Adam George Raithel, son of Wolfgang Adam Raithel and Magdalena Heissinger, was born on March 6, 1853 in Jefferson Township, Cole County, Missouri.4,5,2,6
He was enumerated with his parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel under the name of "Adam Ridle" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Jefferson Township, Missouri. He was listed as a seven-year-old white male born in Missouri and had attended school during the year.7
He was enumerated with his parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel on the 1870 U. S. Census for Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was listed as a 16-year-old white male born in Missouri and attended school during the year. Both his parents are listed as being foreign born.4 Adam George Raithel was a witness at the wedding of John Schwaller and Elizabeth Raithel on May 14, 1878 at Missouri; The minister who performed the ceremony was Chs Haas. An additional witness was Monroe Hofman.8,9 Adam George Raithel and Maria Matilda Meier obtained a marriage license on November 27, 1879 at Cole County, Missouri.10 Confilicting evidence stated Adam George Raithel and Maria Matilda Meier were married This source lists November 27, 1879 as a marriage date. However, the Missouri Marriage Records list November 27 as the date the license was gotten, and December 16, 1879 as the marriage date.11,12
Adam married Maria Matilda Meier, daughter of Martin Meier and Marie Margarethe Scherzenhofecker, on December 16, 1879 at Missouri.10,11 Adam George Raithel was named a beneficiary in the will of Wolfgang Adam Raithel on April 2, 1880.8
Adam George and John A. Raithel were involved in "Meats". in 1881 at 225 East High, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.13
Adam George and John A. Raithel were owner of a meat market in 1883 at 225 East High Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.14,15,16,17 ; Raithel's Meat Market15
Railthel's Meat Market

Adam George was involved in a meat market between 1898 and 1899 at 223 East High Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.18
Between 1900 and 1920 Adam George Raithel farmed at Marion Township in Cole County, Missouri.19,1
Adam is a head of household, under the name of "Adam Raithel", on the 1900 U. S. Census of Marion Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 47-year-old white male, married for twenty-one years. He was born in Missouri, while his parents were born in Germany. He is able to read, write, and speak English. He owns his farm, numbered 62, free of mortgage.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Maria Matilda, his sons Julius Wilhelm, Wilhelm John Adam, Theodore Nickolous, Henry Friederich, Martin Oscar, Alfred Adam and Emil Gustav Otto, his daughters Elizabeth Barbara, Angeline Margaretha, Bertha Auguste and Edith Katherina Friedricke.19
Adam is a head of household, under the name of "George A. Raithel", on the 1920 U. S. Census of Marion Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 66-year-old white widowed male, born in Missouri. His parents were born in Germany. He is able to read, write, and speak English and owns his farm, free of mortgage. This farm is numbered 74.. Enumerated with him were:, his sons Henry Friederich, Martin Oscar, Alfred Adam and Emil Gustav Otto, his daughters Elizabeth Barbara and Edith Katherina Friedricke.1
Adam George Raithel lived in 1925 at 212 West Dunklin Street in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. Residing with them were..3
Adam and Edith Katherina Friedricke Raithel lived in 1925 at 212 West Dunklin Street in Missouri. Residing with them were..3
Adam George was listed in Elizabeth Raithel's obituary on August 2, 1936 as surviving.20
Before 1939 Adam George Raithel farmed in Missouri.2
Adam died on October 21, 1939 at Rt 1, Marion Township in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, at age 86, Theodore Nickolous Raithel was the informant on his death certificate.2 His cause of death was chronic myocarditis.2 Adam George Raithel was buried on October 23, 1939 in St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Lohman, Cole County, Missouri.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Jefferson Township, Cole County, MissouriWolfgang Adam Raithel7
1870Jefferson City, Cole County, MissouriWolfgang Adam Raithel4
1900Marion Township, Cole County, MissouriAdam George Raithel19
1920Marion Township, MissouriAdam George Raithel1

Family

Maria Matilda Meier b. February 4, 1858, d. October 11, 1918
Children

Citations

  1. [S8352] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George A. Raithel household.
  2. [S8349] G. Adam Raithel Death Certificate.
  3. [S8355] R. L. Polk & Co.'s Jefferson City Directory (1925).
  4. [S259] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Adam Raithel household.
  5. [S768] Chicago, Illinois The Goodspeed Publishing Company, History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri.
  6. [S6344] Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1910, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  7. [S378] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), W. A. Ridle household.
  8. [S4973] Wolfgang Adam Raithel Will.
  9. [S5554] Schwaller/ Raithel Marriage Record: entry for Johan Schwaller/ Elis Raithel, May 14, 1878 Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Missouri. Microfilm roll C 1915.
  10. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007, book D, page ?.
  11. [S8337] Rrheising (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Heising Family" uploaded January 20, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 20, 2014.
  12. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  13. [S2629] Polk and Company, Missouri State Gazetteer and Business Directory, page 314.
  14. [S2629] Polk and Company, Missouri State Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1883-1884 edition, page 314.
  15. [S6147] High Street, Jefferson City, Missouri Raithel's Meat Market Copy of photograph, ca 1930, Missouri State Archives.
  16. [S6198] Gary R. Kremer Heartland History, pictured on page 55 (second building from the corner with the Coca-Cola sign hanging in front), and on page 61 (building on left housing Heinrichs Furniture).
  17. [S7703] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), John Ridel household.
  18. [S2629] Polk and Company, Missouri State Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1898-1899 edition.
  19. [S8351] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Adam Raithel household.
  20. [S8220] Obituary of Elizabeth Raithel Schwaller, i.
  21. [S7111] Jefferon City Daily Capital News "issue of February 28, 1973."
  22. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of May 10, 1973."
  23. [S8336] Debby Elmer (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "One Big Family" uploaded January 20, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 20, 2014.
  24. [S8754] Alfred A. Raithel Death Certificate.
  25. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  26. [S8657] Mrs. Edith K. Sommerer Death Certificate.

Frederick "Fritz" Raithel

M, #2822, b. January 15, 1857, d. November 18, 1921
Father*Wolfgang Adam Raithel1,2 b. April 19, 1810, d. October 27, 1882
Mother*Magdalena Heissinger2 b. May 1, 1821, d. July 19, 1892
     His nickname was "Fritz."3 Frederick "Fritz" Raithel was a member of at Evangelical Lutheran Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.1 Frederick "Fritz" Raithel, son of Wolfgang Adam Raithel and Magdalena Heissinger, was born on January 15, 1857 in Cole County, Missouri.2,4,5,6,7
He was enumerated with his parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel under the name of "Fred Ridle" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Jefferson Township, Cole County, Missouri. He was listed as a three-year-old white male born in Missouri.8
He was enumerated with his parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel on the 1870 U. S. Census for Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was listed as a 13-year-old white male born in Missouri and had attended school during the year. Both his parents are listed as being foreign born.4 Frederick "Fritz" Raithel was named a beneficiary in the will of Wolfgang Adam Raithel on April 2, 1880.3
Frederick married Catherine Wolfrum, daughter of Ulrich Wolfrum and Catherine Buchta, on May 5, 1881 at Missouri.5,2,9,10
Catherine and Frederick "Fritz" Raithel lived after 1883 in Missouri. Residing with them were..1
In 1900 Frederick "Fritz" Raithel farmed at Marion Township in Centertown, Cole County, Missouri.6
Frederick is a head of household, under the name of ""Fred Raithel"", on the 1900 U. S. Census of Marion Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 43-year-old married white male, born in Missouri. His parents were born in Germany. He has been married for nineteen years, is able to read, write, and speak English, and owns his farm free of mortgage. His farm is number 155 on the farm schedule.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Catherine, his sons Christian Frederich and Edmund Ulrich, his daughter Catherine.6
A history of Cole County stated: "After his marriage he purchased what was known as the Ott farm, consisting of 350 acres, on which is one of the finest brick residences to be seen along the river for miles. It stands on an eminence overlooking the river and surrounding country, and the grounds are ornamented by many fine trees and shrubs. Here they have resided since 1883, and since locating they have made many valuable improvements in the way of fences and clearing. At the present time Mr. Raithel is occupied in constructing a bank barn 36x52 feet. It will have a stone foundation, and will be of dressed lumber, and when finished will rank among the best buildings of the kind in the county. Mr. Raithel is a Republican, and he and wife are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church."5,11
Catherine and Frederick "Fritz" Raithel lived in 1920 at Booneville Road in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. Residing with them were..2
Before 1921 Frederick "Fritz" Raithel farmed in Missouri.2
Frederick died on November 18, 1921 in Missouri, at age 64.2 His cause of death was Diabetes Mellitus and Prostatectomy.2 He was buried on November 20, 1921 in Riverview Cemetery in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.2

Research Note

     Research Note: In source # 786, page 881, it states that Frederick was the father of six living children. However, further along in the same paragraph, it states that his children are Christian, Edmond, and Katie. Where are the other children?

Family

Catherine Wolfrum b. January 4, 1860, d. July 12, 1943
Children

Citations

  1. [S768] Chicago, Illinois The Goodspeed Publishing Company, History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri.
  2. [S4975] Frederick Death Raithel Certificate.
  3. [S4973] Wolfgang Adam Raithel Will.
  4. [S259] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Adam Raithel household.
  5. [S768] Chicago, Illinois The Goodspeed Publishing Company, History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri, page 881.
  6. [S4996] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Fred Raithel household.
  7. [S8317] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Missouri, C. F. Raithel household.
  8. [S378] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), W. A. Ridle household.
  9. [S4982] Guy M. Sone and Ruth Wells Sone, Marriage Records of Cole Co. Mo. 1821-1900, Recorded Book D, Page 229.
  10. [S6134] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  11. [S2462] Internet Site: Cole County, Missouri USGenWeb Site).
  12. [S8374] Gisgal (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Raithel Family in Illinois Tree" uploaded February 15, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on February 15, 2014.

Magdelena Raithel

F, #2823, b. April 27, 1859, d. March 10, 1874
Father*Wolfgang Adam Raithel1 b. April 19, 1810, d. October 27, 1882
Mother*Magdalena Heissinger1 b. May 1, 1821, d. July 19, 1892
     Magdelena Raithel, daughter of Wolfgang Adam Raithel and Magdalena Heissinger, was born on April 27, 1859 in Cole County, Missouri.2,3,1
Magdelena was enumerated with her parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel under the name of "Magdalena Ridle" on the 1860 U. S. Census for Jefferson Township, Cole County, Missouri. She was listed as a one-year-old white female born in Missouri.4
Magdelena was enumerated with her parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel on the 1870 U. S. Census for Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. She was listed as an 11-year-old white female born in Missouri and was attending school. Both her parents are listed as being foreign born.2
Magdelena died on March 10, 1874 in Missouri at age 14.1 She was buried in March, 1874 in Schott Road in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.15
Magdelena Raithel Tombstone
Magdelena was not mention in the will of Wolfgang Adam Raithel signed April 2, 1880.6

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1860Jefferson Township, Cole County, MissouriWolfgang Adam Raithel4
1870Jefferson City, Cole County, MissouriWolfgang Adam Raithel2

Citations

  1. [S4994] Internet Site: Cem Wolfrum Cemetery Listings).
  2. [S259] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Adam Raithel household.
  3. [S768] Chicago, Illinois The Goodspeed Publishing Company, History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri.
  4. [S378] 1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), W. A. Ridle household.
  5. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  6. [S4973] Wolfgang Adam Raithel Will.

Julius Raithel

M, #2824, b. July 27, 1861, d. March 22, 1946
Father*Wolfgang Adam Raithel1 b. April 19, 1810, d. October 27, 1882
Mother*Magdalena Heissinger1 b. May 1, 1821, d. July 19, 1892
     Julius Raithel was also known as John Julius Raithel.2 Julius Raithel, son of Wolfgang Adam Raithel and Magdalena Heissinger, was born on July 27, 1861 in Cole County, Missouri.3,4,1
He was enumerated with his parent Wolfgang Adam Raithel on the 1870 U. S. Census for Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was listed as an eight-year-old white male born in Missouri and had attended school during the year. Both his parents are listed as being foreign born.3 Julius Raithel was named a beneficiary in the will of Wolfgang Adam Raithel on April 2, 1880.5
Julius married Minnie Rockelman, daughter of Friederick Rockelman and Barbara Michel, on July 17, 1882 at Lohman, Cole County, Missouri.6
In 1900 Julius Raithel farmed at Jefferson Township in Cole County, Missouri.4
Julius is a head of household on the 1900 U. S. Census of Jefferson Township, Missouri. He was identified as a 38-year-old white male, born in Missouri, married for eighteen years. His parents were both born in Germany. He is able to read, write, and speak English. He owns his own farm, free of mortgage, and his farm is numbered 39 on the farm schedule.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Minnie, his sons Edward Adam, John W., Frank Everhart and Otto George, his daughters Julia, Elizabeth and Josie.4
In 1910 Julius Raithel farmed at Schott Road in Jefferson Township, Cole County, Missouri.7
Julius is a head of household on the 1910 U. S. Census of Schott Road, Missouri. He was identified as a 49-year-old married white male, born in Missouri. His parents were both born in Germany. Julius has been married for twenty-eight years. He is able to read, write and speak English. His farm is owned free of mortgage and is numbered 42 on the farm schedule.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Minnie, his sons Frank Everhart and Otto George, his daughters Elizabeth, Josie and Frieda.7
Julius Raithel and Minnie Rockelman lived between 1925 and 1929 311 West High Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.8,9
Julius is a head of household on the 1930 U. S. Census of 311 West High Street, Missouri. He was identified as a 68-year-old married white male who was born in Missouri. His parents were both born in Germany. He was 21-years-old at his marriage and is able to read, write, and speak English. He has no trade, is not a veteran and has a home valued at $10,000.00. Rose Bender, a lodger, is also listed in this census as a resident of this home. She is a 38-year-old stenographer at the State Hospital.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Minnie.10
Julius was listed in Elizabeth Raithel's obituary on August 2, 1936 as surviving.11
Julius died on March 22, 1946 at at his home, 202 Boonville Road in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, at age 84, Frank Everhart Raithel was the informant on his death certificate.1 His cause of death was Hypostatic pneumonia, diabetes mellitus, arteriosclerosis, and gangrene of both feet.1 Julius Raithel was buried on March 24, 1946 in Riverview Cemetery in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.1
Julius was mentioned in Minnie Rockelman's obituary on June 23, 1950 as preceding the deceased in death.12

Family

Minnie Rockelman b. February 28, 1861, d. June 23, 1950
Children

Citations

  1. [S8361] Julius Raithel Death Certificate.
  2. [S8337] Rrheising (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Heising Family" uploaded January 20, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 20, 2014.
  3. [S259] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Adam Raithel household.
  4. [S4977] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Julius Raithel household.
  5. [S4973] Wolfgang Adam Raithel Will.
  6. [S4982] Guy M. Sone and Ruth Wells Sone, Marriage Records of Cole Co. Mo. 1821-1900, Recorded Book 1, Page 65.
  7. [S4978] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Julius Raithel household.
  8. [S8355] R. L. Polk & Co.'s Jefferson City Directory (1925).
  9. [S8356] R. L. Polk & Co.'s Jefferson City Directory (1929).
  10. [S4981] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Julius Raithel household.
  11. [S8220] Obituary of Elizabeth Raithel Schwaller, i.
  12. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "issue of June 23, 1950."
  13. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of January 31, 1965, page 2."
  14. [S8336] Debby Elmer (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "One Big Family" uploaded January 20, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on January 20, 2014.
  15. [S8374] Gisgal (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Raithel Family in Illinois Tree" uploaded February 15, 2014,(Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on February 15, 2014.

LA Orleans Parish 1940 Census

?, #2825
     ••••••••• Households Listed •••••••••.

William Henry Eigenbrod.1
Edward Jules Zatarain.2
Catherine Loretta Schroeder.3
Robert E. Lee.4

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1940Ward 13, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaLA Orleans Parish 1940 Census1
1940Ward 13, LouisianaLA Orleans Parish 1940 Census2
1940Ward 3, Block 57, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaLA Orleans Parish 1940 Census3
1940Ward 9, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LouisianaLA Orleans Parish 1940 Census4

Citations

  1. [S7763] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Louisiana, Walter H. Eigenbrod household.
  2. [S7764] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Louisiana, Edward J. Zatarain household.
  3. [S8285] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Louisiana, Loretta Chaveigny household.
  4. [S8282] 1940 — Sixteenth Census of the United States (Population Schedule), Louisiana, Robert E. Lee household.

Holy Trinity Church (New Orleans)

?, #2826
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
     Holy Trinity Church (New Orleans) is located at 714 St. Ferdinand Street in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana; There is no building at 714 St. Ferdinand, actually there is no spance for a 714. Church is currently at 725 St. Ferdinand. The book "Architectural Inventory of New Orleans" gives the address as 721 St. Ferdinand. A Catholic denomination church.
Early History of The Church
Holy Trinity Parish was founded in 1847 for German Catholics of New Orleans' Third District, the Faubourg Marigny. Constructed in 1853, the church was designed by architect Theodore Giraud, who also designed the city's Jesuit Church on Baronne Street. The church was renovated in 1873, with the addition of ceiling and wall frescoes; these were all destroyed in the 1960s by Hurricane Betsy.
The plastered brick church was designed in the Romanesque style, and features paired towers with onion-shaped domes. Arched openings at the first level are flanked on the side elevation by buttresses, and circular openings at the clerestory level light the interior. The center facade design is of brick, forming three blind arches. The interior composition is a semicircular barrel vault with penetrations framing elliptical stained glass clerestory windows. Arcades supported by slender box columns define the nave and side aisles.
In November 1947 a history of the church as prepared by the Centennial Committtee of the parish which gave the history up to 1947:
Old New Orleans of a century ago was officially divided into three municipalities — the First Municipality, which embraced the Vieux Carre; the Second Municipality, which was the area directly above Canal street, where the upstart Yankees were building, and the Third Municipality, the downtown section. Popularly, the city was divided into various areas according to the origin of the settlements which eventually merged into a continuous residential secion and formed New Orleans.
The Third Municipality were Faubourg Marigny, Faubourg des Allemands, Faubourg la Course and others. The first of these, on the site of the old Marigny Plantation, was predominantly French, but further down, many German immigrants had taken up residence, just as they had congregated further up the river in the City of Lafayette (the section around Jackson avenue of today), and in the growing City of Carrollton.
Wherever the Germans established themselves, the Catholics among them soon arranged for their own church, where catechism, instructions, sermons and other functions were in German. This also included establishment of a parochial school. In the Third Municipality, the French had been given Annunciation Church, after efforts were made to develop the Parish of St. Vincent de Paul. There was also a movement on foot to set up another church for the Irish English-speaking Catholics of Faubourg Marigny. The Germans of the City of Lafayette, uptown, already had St. Mary's Assumption Church.
Those of Faubourg des Allemands attended the little Church of St. Vincent de Paul on Dauphine street, but services there were conducted in French, although they were occasionally in German. These devout German Catholics desired to have a parish church of their own. Bishop Antoine Blanc sent Rev J. M Masquelet to the Third Municipality to organize the German Catholics, after the latter had turned over to the Redemptorists the new Parish of St. Mary's Assumption, October 26, 1847.
Father Masquelet, on November 12, 1847. bought property at the corner of St. Ferdinand and Dauphine Streets for $3000. He built a church there and on June 18, 1848, it was dedicated under the invocation of the Holy Trinity. The trustee difficulties of Bishop Blanc at his Cathedral had been settled by the State Supreme Court shortly before this, but the desire of lay people to direct the business affairs of parish churches persisted. This flared up also in Holy Trinity Parish, but Father Masqueiet followed the requirements and instructions of his Bishop.
When he retired as pastor in 1851, Rev. Anthony Boleslaw Gendirowski succeeded as pastor, but he encountered difficulties, the church burned to the ground in 1851, and the parishioners became divided. He finally withdrew and Archbishop Blanc (he became Archbishop in 1850) offered the German Catholics the use of the old Ursuline Chapel. Rev. Matthias Schifferer was sent to rebuild the church. With infinite tact and charity, he went to work, reorganized the parishioners and rebuilt the church which was dedicated on May 22, 1853. During the reconstruction, St Vincent de Paul’s Church was used by the congregation.
A school had been established through the generosity of Johann aus dem Moore, who became known as John Moor, but when the school burned down, he rebuilt it.
Father Schifferer rendered devoted service to Holy Trinity Parish for 15 years. Not long before his death from yellow fever on September 25, 1866, he bought eight more lots for the parish on St. Ferdinand and Royal streets. Father Schifferer was buried in the parish church that he had built, mourned by his people who revered him.
Rev. Bernard Jeckel, a Capuchin Friar, then administered Holy Trinity Parish until August 20, 1867, when Archbishop Odin appointed Rev. Ignatius Scheck as pastor and Rev. Peter Leonard Thevis as assistant. Both had volunteered for the Louisiana mission while Archbishop Odin had visited Europe, recruiting priests for his archdiocese.
However, Father Scheck’s pastorate was short-lived, for In 1868, the virulent yellow fever of 1867 recurred, and on June 24, he succumbed as a victim. Promptly, Archbishop Odin appointed Father Thevis as his successor. In the history of practically every parish, one finds almost invariably some outstanding priest sent by Almighty God to plant deeply the roots of the Faith and to arouse among the people, the necessary spirit of zeal and devotion to insure the work of the church. Such a priest was self-sacrificing and energetic Father Thevis, who solidified the spirit of Holy Trinity Parish and infused into it his own virtue, charity, piety, zeal and energy, and under his leadership, brought it to its glory For one quarter of a century he directed the destinies of Holy Trinity and left upon it an indelible mark.
One of his first projects was the school. He invited the Benedictine Sisters to take charge of the school's lower grades, and the motherhouse at Covington, Ky., in the late 1870's, sent several religious. Carl Weiss was engaged to come from Munich to teach the higher grades and to serve as organist. Father Thevis during the summer of 1871, erected a new school building on the property that Father Schifferer had bought. The former school had stood on land leased by the Benedictine Sisters on Dauphine street, back of the property of A. Bruser The first Sisters resided in a house across from the church, which they rented from the Spoerl family. During the course of succeeding years, the Sisters acquired additional property, including ground from the estate of A. Stream.
Tireless Father Thevis proceeded from one project to another. Next he directed his attention to the parish church. In 1873, the structure was completely renovated and frescoes were painted on the walls. In addition, new altars and a new organ were installed.
At that time, Holy Trinity was the parish church for all German Catholics from the river to the lake, and from Canal street to the lower city limits. German farmers, truck gardeners and dairymen of the Gentilly area and German settlers around Milneburg were also served by the parish. However, they were too far removed from the parish church and impassable streets and lack of streets made it extremely difficult to have access to them. In 1869, Father Thevis established a chapel at Galvez and Lapeyrouse streets, dedicated to St. Boniface, and Father Joseph Kocgerl, assistant at Holy Trinity took charge. Two years later, it became a German Catholic Parish Church, with Father Koegerl as pastor. Holy Trinity’s parish territory was reduced and Elysian Fields avenue became the boundry between the two parishes.
Tradition has it that when yellow fever ravaged the city, Father Thevis besought the intercession of St. Roch for the safety of his parishioners, promising to build a chapel in his honor if his people were spared death. Many were stricken, but there were no deaths. Father Thevis then bought a square of ground February 7, 1874, from the heirs of Jack Philipps and dedicated it as a cemetery In this Campo Santo he erected the chapel in honor of St. Roch, which was dedicated on August 16. 1876.
Father Thevis organized parish societies and prompted religious, civic and cultural projects. Ceremonies of the Church were conducted with great solemnity and brilliance. The choir was one of the most famous in the city.
Additional property was acquired for the growing parish. In 1883, Father Thevis built a new rectory adjoining the church.
After 25 years of devoted and untiring service to Holy Trinity Porish, completely organizing it and promoting its activities and its services to a remarkable degree, Father Thevis expired on August 21, 1893, sincerely mourned by his congregation who were attached to him with unbounded affection and respect. He was buried in St. Roch’s Chapel.
Archbishop Janssens then appointed the Vicar General of the archdiocese, Very Rev. John B. Bogaerts, as his successor. He was formally installed at Holy Trinity on October 1, 1893. He undertook to carry on the great work of his predecessor, but advancing years and ill health made it necessary for him to retire only five years later, in 1898. It was during his pastorate that the Confraternity of St. Roch was established.
The next pastorate was also a relatively short one, that of Rev. Anthony Bichelmeier, who had served Mater Dolorosa Church in Carrollton. Rev. Daniel Thevis, a nephew of the former pastor, be¬came assistant at Holy Trinity during this period, but he died June 21, 1899. Rev John B. Prim was then named assistant. Father Bichelmeier died in July, 1907, and was interred in St Roch’s.
Once more in its time of need for revitalization, Holy Trinity Parish was given another forceful, energetic and dynamic priest as pastor — Rev. John B. Prim, who was appointed irremovable rector by Archbishop Blenk. With zeal and irrepres-sible enthusiasm, Father Prim set to work, rallied about him the German Catholics of the city and soon Holy Trinity resumed its activities and progress.
In 1910, with the hearty cooperation of the parishioners, Father Prim established Holy Trinity School as a free paro¬chial school. Two years later, an annex to the school was built. At a cost of $16,000, the historic church was renovated for the diamond jubilee of the church. Activities of the parish societies were promoted consistently and many improvements were made to the parish plant. He also established a chapel in Gentilly, which became St. James Major Parish Church. His pastorate for more than a quarter of a century was truly reminiscent of the days of Father Thevis.
It was deep sorrow into which the parish was plunged, when the parishioners learned of his death on April 26, 1938.
Members of the parish thronged venerable Holy Trinity Church to pay their last respects to one who had done so much for the parish. Shortly afterwards, June 1, 1938, His Excellency Archbishop Rummel, called Rev. Herman Hammerstein from Prairieville to direct the parish. He continued the work of Father Prim, and promoted parochial activities and the work of the school, but in April, 1945, he was transferred to St. Maurice Church.
The Most Reverend Archbishop then sent Rev. Magnus Roth from Schriever, La., to take the pastorate of historic Holy Trinity Parish. This he did in April, 1945. Within a brief period; Father Koth won the esteem, reverence and traditional spirit of cooperation oi the parshioners. Promptly, he undertook repairs to the church and other buildings of the parish plant in preparation for the observance of the parish centennial, and called together a group of prominent laymen of the city to assist in the repairing and preservation of the Chapel of St. Roch which has become a national shrine. Once more a new breath of life has been infused into famous Holy Trinity Parish under the energetic direction of its pastor. Father Roth, with the capable assistance of his zealous assistant during the centennial year, Rev. John A. Weber, who has done admirable work particularly among the young people
The oldest of the parish organizations at Holy Trinity was St. Joseph School, Church and Benevolent Association, for men, organized on March 17, 1867, and St. Ann Catholic Benevolent Society, for ladies, also established in 1867 Both of these societies have rendered yeoman service to the parish and have made substantial contributions to its maintenance and progress St. Elizabeth Catholic Benevolent Association was established on August 30, 1868, during the pastorate of Father Scheck, while Father Thevis was assistant, as were the other two. Early in the history of the parish, the Third Order of St. Francis was also inaugurated, as was the Holy Trinity Altar Society. The Sodality of the Children of Mary has long been in existence in the parish, formerly known as St. Mary’s Young Ladies’ Society. It was reorganized in 1907 as the Children of Mary Sodality.
St. Sebastian Branch No. 311 of the Catholic Knights of America was organized in 1877. The Holy Trinity branch of the_ Holy Name Society was established June 18, 1907, and the Junior Holy Name on May 5, 1908. Two of the other active societies formed during Father Roth’s pastorate are the Usher Society and the Parish Council composed of those men and women who are active in the parish activities.
In this year, 1947, Holy Trinity Parish takes its place among the venerable centennarian parishes of Louisiana. The history of the parish and the beautiful spirit of its devoted pastors and zealous parishioners represent an inspiring page in the annals of the Church in the state.1,2
Views of Holy Trinity Church when in was still open.3
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Original Interior
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Interior after damage from Hurricane Betsy

Due to declining membership and termite damage, the Church was deconsecrated by the Archdiocese on March 31, 1997. The stained glass windows were removed and the church building was sold to a private individual.4,3,1
Photos taken at the final Mass by Paul Newfield III, a local resident who was present at the final service.5
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Current condition of the church. After the church was deconsecrated it sat vacant for many years and deteriorated rapidly. As can be seen in the following photos the stained glass windows on the main level were removed as were the pews, altar and statues. The organ was also removed, renovated and sent to another church. The plaster has a lot of damage.6
Current Views of the Church.
Linda Berg and Jane Webre in front of church
Bob Berg in Front of Church
Bob Berg in Front of Church
Cross on Phone Pole Across from Church
Bob and Linda Berg
Towards the rear of the church
Interior
From The Choir
Window next to front door
Looking in the front door
Looking out the front door
Poor Box
Memorial plaque on front of church

The Marigny Opera House.

Scott King and Dave Hurlbert purchased Holy Trinity Church in July 2011, with the vision of restoring the historic building and offering it as a resource to the community.
The Marigny Opera House is a non-denominational church of the arts that hosts private events as well as specially-permitted public performances. It is supported by the Marigny Opera House Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Draw-a-Thon
Carnival Ball 2013
Rehersal
Soldier's Tale

••••••••• Events •••••••••.

Marriage: Frederick Schroeder to Catherine Guinder on September 20, 1855.7
Marriage: William Henri Mädel to Margaret Reilly on August 2, 1864.8,9,10
Baptism: Henry August Madel Jr. in 1866.11
Baptism: Henry George Chavigny in 1866.11
Funeral: Mrs. Frances Greve on May 12, 1932.12

Citations

  1. [S8315] Holy Trinity Church 100th Anniiversary.
  2. [S8316] Holy Trinity Church New Orleans Web Site.
  3. [S8311] Sally Evans, and Mary Louise Christovich Roulhac Toledano, New Orleans Architecture: Volume IV.
  4. [S8316] Holy Trinity Church New Orleans Web Site, http://freepages.religions.rootsweb.ancestry.com/… church records/08.html.
  5. [S8316] Holy Trinity Church New Orleans Web Site, www.neworleanschurches.com/holytrinity/newfield_photos/index.htm.
  6. [S2581] Personal knowledge of compiler, Robert H. Berg.
  7. [S8286] Dale Spokes (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Schaeffer and Spokes (Spucches) Family of New Orleans" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on October29, 2013.
  8. [S135] 1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William H. Meidel household.
  9. [S7729] Louisiana Marriages, 1816-1906, FamilySearch Labs (database online).
  10. [S7726] Virginia Reilly e-mails to Robert Berg concerning Reilly Genealogy.
  11. [S8312] Genesis.
  12. [S8307] Frances Scheele Langhoff Obituary, May 12, 1932.

Nicholas Miller Speedy1

M, #2827, b. August, 1879, d. June 4, 1945
Father*Henry Calvin "Cal" Speedy2,3 b. 1849, d. December 15, 1929
Mother*Elinor Foster2 b. 1856, d. before 1929
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents
Nick Speedy
      In a telephone conversation which occurred with Annabeth Forbis in January 1999, she stated: Minnie Frank and Nick Speedy lived in Texas.4 Nicholas Miller Speedy, son of Henry Calvin "Cal" Speedy and Elinor Foster, was born in August, 1879 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.2,5,6 Conflicting evidence placed his birth in September 1878 (1900 census.)7
Nicholas was enumerated as the son of Henry Calvin "Cal" Speedy under the name of "Nick M Speddy" on the 1880 U. S. Census of Missouri. He was listed as a nine-month-old white male born in August in Missouri. His father was born in Pennsylvania and his mother in Missouri.2
According to family lore, Nicholas worked very hard to help support his mother after his father deserted the family. However, when his mother, Elinor, remarried, he never spoke to her again. When her funeral went by his house, he turned his back on her hearse.8,1
Nicholas Miller Speedy lived on October 17, 1899 Missouri.9 He and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank obtained a marriage license on October 17, 1899 at Missouri, both were residents of Cole County at the time.9
Nicholas married Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, daughter of Nicholas Frank and Elizabeth Katherine Raithel, on October 17, 1899 at Missouri. the marriage ceremony was performed by John J. Sommer, Judge of the Probate Court.10,9,5,11 Nicholas lived with an unknown person and Elizabeth Katherine Raithel in 1900 at 220a East High Street in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, listed as a widow..12
     Nicholas Miller Speedy lived with Elizabeth Katherine Raithel in 1900 at 310 Jackson Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.7
Nicholas was enumerated as the son-in-law of Elizabeth Katherine Raithel on the 1900 U. S. Census for Jefferson Township, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was listed as a married 21-year-old white male born in Missouri in September 1878. He could read, write and speak English and was employed as a shoe cutter. Nick and his wife Whilhemina were living with her mother at the time of the census.7
He is included in a photo taken circa 1904. He is second from the right in the back row in the photo. Also included in the photo: Elizabeth Katherine Raithel, Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, George Charles Frank, Calvin N. Speedy, Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank, Julius Emil Frank Sr. and Joseph Nicholas Frank.1
Elizabeth Raithel Frank Family

Nicholas Miller was a retail merchant of vegetables. in 1910 at Missouri.13
Nicholas is a head of household, under the name of "Nick Speedy", on the 1910 U. S. Census of 320 East Miller Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was identified as a 30-year-old white male, married for ten years. He and his mother were both born in Missouri, while his father was born in Pennsylvania. He is able to read, write, and speak English and rents his home.. Enumerated with him were: his wife Wilhelminia Katherine, his sons Calvin N. and George Frank, his daughter Ruth Leona.13
Nicholas Miller Speedy lived in June, 1915 1201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.14
He is included in a photo taken circa 1918. He is on the left side in the photo. Also included in the photo: Katherine L. Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy, Ruth Leona Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy, Calvin K. Speedy, George Frank Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.1
Nick Speedy Family

He is included in a photo taken circa 1920. He is in the back on the right side in the photo. Also included in the photo: Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank, Calvin N. Speedy and George Charles Frank.
Jefferson City Produce Company Office

Nicholas Miller was the proprietor of a Produce Company. He worked for the Fruit Supply Produce Co. in Jefferson City, Missouri. This produce firm bought lots of their fruits and vegetables from the lower Rio Grande Valley and from the Winter Garden District in Texas. In the mid-20s, Mr. Balsamo, the owner of the company, decided to buy a farm in the Winter Garden Area, whereby they could grow their own fruits and vegetables. The firm bought about 1000 acres west of Crystal. The buyers were well pleased with the low price of the land and the flowing artesian water wells. Mr. Nick Speedy was sent to Texas to manage this new farming operation. between 1920 and 1930 at Missouri.15,4
Wilhelminia and Nicholas Miller Speedy lived in 1920 at 1201 West Main Street in Missouri. Residing with them were, their children Calvin, Ruth, George, Katherine, Jane and Virginia, Wilhelminia's brother, George Charles Frank, Wilhelminia's sister, Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank..15 ; Residence at 1201 West Main Street
Ruth Hohenstreet Home
1201 West Main Street
Jefferson City

Nicholas is a head of household, under the name of "Nick Speedy", on the 1920 U. S. Census of 1201 West Main Street, Missouri. He was identified as a 40-year-old married white male who owns his home free of mortgage. He was born in Missouri, as was his mother, while his father was born in Pennsylvania. He is able to read, write, and speak English. Enumerated with him were: his wife Wilhelminia Katherine, his son Calvin N. and George Frank, his daughter Ruth Leona, Katherine L., Jane Elizabeth and Virginia Rose, his brother-in-law George Charles Frank, his sister-in-law Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank.15
Wilhelminia and Nicholas Miller Speedy lived in 1926 in San Antonio, Texas. Residing with them were, their children Katherine, Jane and Virginia. Wilhelmina and the three Speedy girls lived in South San Antonio for one year, while their home in Crystal City was completed..16
Wilhelminia and Nicholas Miller Speedy lived in 1927. Residing with them were, their children Virginia, Jane and Katherine. The new farm was named the Texas Vegetable Union, a branch of the Fruit Supply. Nick Speedy supervised the planting of several hundred acres of fruit trees, most of then not suited to the extreme heat of southwest Texas. At the same time Nick supervised the planting of general farm produce, broccoli, onions, carrots, spinach and etc. In this venture the farm was very successful and made a good profit for the company. The economy in Crystal City in the late 1920s was booming due to good prices on farm products such as onions and spinach..16
Wilhelminia and Nicholas Miller Speedy lived circa November, 1929 in Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas. Residing with them were. Sometime during this period, the Speedy home burned to the ground..17
House in Corpus Christi where Min and Nick moved after the fire
House in Corpus Christi where Min and Nick moved after the fire

Nicholas Miller was listed in Henry Calvin "Cal" Speedy's obituary on December 16, 1929 as surviving.171
Nick Speedy

In 1931, Nick Speedy quit the Fruit Supply and bought 200 acres of farm land four miles south of Crystal City just below Boynton Dam, and started his own farming operation. His sons Calvin and George were helping in the operation. The farming operation did not produce the return expected.16
Nick Speedy and family moved to the Robichaux farm, located just North of the Crystal City city limits. The first crop planted was broccoli and it was a big success. It is to be noted that about 1936 Crystal City put on its first Spinach Festival and the Acelga (Spinach) Queen for this first festival was Virginia Speed.16
He is included in a photo taken circa 1938. He is on the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.
Min and Nick Speedy with Joy and Janie

With all the children grown and married, around 1940, the Speedys moved to Austin, Texas.16
According to family stories, Nicholas did like to drink.1
Nicholas Miller was the owner of the Greyhound Spinach Company in 1942 at Austin, Travis County, Texas. After moving to Austin, Nick opened a packing shed on the Missouri Pacific Railroad right of way at 3rd and Guadalupe Street. From there he packed and sold spinach and sweet corn grown by him in the Austin area, near Bastrop. The shed was in operation at the time of Nick's death.16,18
Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank lived in 1942 207 East Monroe, Austin, Travis County, Texas.18
Nick Speedy's Business Card.1
Nick Speedy's Business Card

Nicholas died on June 4, 1945 at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at age 65 His death certificate number is 27860..19,16,6 He was buried circa June 6, 1945 in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Austin, Travis County, Texas.16,6

Family

Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank b. October 29, 1879, d. March 28, 1945
Children

Citations

  1. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  2. [S2361] 1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), H. C. Speddy household.
  3. [S2674] Cole County Missouri Death Records, Ancestry.com (database online), 2004, Death records 1924-1930.
  4. [S3370] Interview, Annabeth Frank Forbis, December 23, 2006.
  5. [S6739] Elizabeth Tilton e-mail to Linda Ann Frank Berg, June 6, 2005.
  6. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  7. [S385] 1900 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Elizabeth Frank household.
  8. [S6746] Nikki Katherine Addison e-mail to Linda Berg, February 8, 2010.
  9. [S2635] Nick M. Speedy - Wilhelmina K. Frank marriage certificate.
  10. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  11. [S4982] Guy M. Sone and Ruth Wells Sone, Marriage Records of Cole Co. Mo. 1821-1900, Book 4, page 54.
  12. [S216] 1900 Jefferson City Directory.
  13. [S5610] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  14. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 43.
  15. [S3353] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  16. [S6747] Speedy-Frank Narrative.
  17. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "Monday, December 16, 1929."
  18. [S6765] Austin Texas City Directory, Year of 1942.
  19. [S5560] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Ancestry.com (database online), 2000.
  20. [S3382] William Speedy Obituary, July 23-26, 2003.
  21. [S7787] Ruth Leona Speedy, Certified copy of Birth Record 15486 (March 3, 1970).
  22. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 51.

Ruth Leona Speedy1,2

F, #2828, b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
Father*Nicholas Miller Speedy1,2 b. August, 1879, d. June 4, 1945
Mother*Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank1,2 b. October 29, 1879, d. March 28, 1945
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Ruth S. Speedy
     Ruth Leona Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, was born on May 28, 1906 in 2614 Geyer Street, St. Louis, Missouri.1,3,2
She is included in a photo taken circa 1907. She is in the middle in the photo. Also included in the photo: Elizabeth Katherine Raithel and Calvin N. Speedy.
Elizabeth Frank, Ruth and Calvin Speedy
Ruth Speedy

Ruth was enumerated as the daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy on the 1910 U. S. Census of 320 East Miller Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. She was listed as a three-year-old female, born in Missouri, as were her parents.4
Ruth Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1917. She is on the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Katherine L. Speedy and Jane Elizabeth Speedy.
Cathy, Jane and Ruth Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1918. She is fourth from the left (right in the group of three girls) in the photo. Also included in the photo: Nicholas Miller Speedy, Katherine L. Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy, Calvin K. Speedy, George Frank Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.5
Nick Speedy Family

She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1920 at 1201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.6 ; Residence at 1201 West Main Street
Ruth Hohenstreet Home
1201 West Main Street
Jefferson City

Ruth was enumerated as the daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy on the 1920 U. S. Census of 1201 West Main Street, Missouri. She was listed as a 13-year-old single white female. She has attended school within the year and is able to read, write, and speak English. She and her parents were all born in Missouri.6
Ruth Leona was professional vocalist before 1926 at Missouri.1
Ruth married Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet on April 4, 1926.1
Ruth was enumerated as the wife of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet under the name of "Ruth L. Hohenstreet" on the 1930 U. S. Census of 201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. She was listed as a 22-year-old married white female, born in Missouri as were her parents. She was married at twenty one years of age. She is able to read, write, and speak English.7 Ruth Leona Hohenstreet was named a beneficiary in the will of Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank on November 30, 1937.8
She is included in a photo taken circa 1940. She is on the left in the photo. Also included in the photo: Virginia Rose Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Katherine L. Speedy.
Ruth, Virgnia, Jane and Catherine Speedy

Ruth Leona Speedy and Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet lived 1201 North Main Street, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Art and Ruth Hohenstreet House
1201 North Main Street
Her husband, Robert, died on July 21, 1973 at age 78.1,3,9,10 At the time of her death the location for mailing benefits was reported as Oak View Living Center, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri by the Social Security Administration.1,3
Ruth died on March 14, 1996 at Oak View Living Center in Missouri, at age 89.1,3
Her obituary was published in the Jefferson City News Tribune on March 15, 1996.1 Her obituary stated:
Ruth S. Hohenstreet, 89, Jefferson City, died Thursday at Oak View Living Center.
She was born May 28,1906, at St. Louis, a daughter of Nick and Wilhelminia Frank Speedy. She was married April 4, 1926, to Robert Arthur Hohenstreet, who died July 21, 1973.
Prior to her marriage, she was a professional vocalist. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include: one daughter, Nancy Lueckenhoff, Quincy; five sons, Bob Hohenstreet, Jefferson City, George Hohenstreet, Duluth, Ga., Jim Hohenstreet, Corona, Calif., and Nick Hohenstreet and Bill Hohenstreet, both of Kansas City; three sisters, Millie Jane Addison, Austin, Texas, Kathy Carr, Eagle Pass, Texas, and Virginia Wiggins, Jacksonville, Texas; 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
A memorial service is set for 4 p.m. Saturday at St. Peters Church. The Rev. Donald Lammers will officiate. Her remains were donated to the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
Memorials are suggested to the St. Peters Church or the Oak View Lining Center.
Arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.
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Her funeral service was held on March 16, 1996 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, the memorial service was officiated by Reverend Donald Lammers.1 Her body was donated to University of Kansas Medical School, Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, in March, 1996.1
Ruth was mentioned in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as preceding the deceased in death.11
Ruth was mentioned in Nicholas Hohenstreet's obituary on June 25, 2017 as preceding the deceased in death.12

Family

Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Children

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S7787] Ruth Leona Speedy, Certified copy of Birth Record 15486 (March 3, 1970).
  3. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  4. [S5610] 1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  5. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  6. [S3353] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  7. [S4542] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Arthur Hohenstreet household.
  8. [S6945] Leone M. Frank will, Leone M. Frank Will.
  9. [S6127] Hawthorn Memorial Gardens, Hawthorn Memorial Gardens Cemetery Records.
  10. [S6834] Funeral Card for Arthur Robert Hohenstreet.
  11. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  12. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."
  13. [S9049] Internet Site: Freeman Mortuary Website).
  14. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  15. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Jane Elizabeth Speedy1

F, #2829, b. May 11, 1915, d. June 22, 2007
Father*Nicholas Miller Speedy2,3 b. August, 1879, d. June 4, 1945
Mother*Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank2,3 b. October 29, 1879, d. March 28, 1945
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Jane Elizabeth Speedy
     Jane Elizabeth Speedy was also known as Millie Jane Speedy.2,1 Jane Elizabeth Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, was born on May 11, 1915 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3,4
Jane Elizabeth Speedy lived in June, 1915 1201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3 She was baptized on June 7, 1915 at St. Peters Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, sponsers were Richard Boehmme and Elizabeth Boehmme proxied by Anna Crevelt..3 Her baptism name was Jane Elizabeth.34
Jane Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1917. She is on the left in the photo. Also included in the photo: George Frank Speedy and Katherine L. Speedy.
Jane, George and Kathy Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1917. She is in the middle in the photo. Also included in the photo: Katherine L. Speedy and Ruth Leona Speedy.
Cathy, Jane and Ruth Speedy
4
Jane Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1918. She is third from the left (middle in the group of three girls) in the photo. Also included in the photo: Nicholas Miller Speedy, Katherine L. Speedy, Ruth Leona Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy, Calvin K. Speedy, George Frank Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.4
Nick Speedy Family

She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1920 at 1201 West Main Street, Missouri.5 ; Residence at 1201 West Main Street
Ruth Hohenstreet Home
1201 West Main Street
Jefferson City

Jane was enumerated as the daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy under the name of "Jane Speedy" on the 1920 U. S. Census of 1201 West Main Street, Missouri. She was listed as a five-year-old white female born in Missouri, as were her parents.5
Uncle George and Aunt Leona (Ottie) lived on West Main Street with the Speedy Family and were much loved by all the children. Jane enjoyed spending time with Aunt Leona, learning the craft of sewing with her. Uncle George took the children to the show on Saturday afternoon. Jane remembers one theater that had sawdust on the floor and plain wooden benches to sit on. Uncle George loved to garden and had a rose garden on the side of their home. Uncle George also spent time with the children walking along the banks of the Missouri River, just down the hill from the house, and walking in the woods in the neighborhood gathering wild mushrooms and violets.4 ; Jane Speedy and Polly4
Jane Speedy and Polly

She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1926 at San Antonio, Texas; Wilhelmina and the three Speedy girls lived in South San Antonio for one year, while their home in Crystal City was completed.6
The move to Texas was traumatic for everyone, since Uncle George and Aunt Ottie did not move with them.4
She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1927; The new farm was named the Texas Vegetable Union, a branch of the Fruit Supply. Nick Speedy supervised the planting of several hundred acres of fruit trees, most of then not suited to the extreme heat of southwest Texas. At the same time Nick supervised the planting of general farm produce, broccoli, onions, carrots, spinach and etc. In this venture the farm was very successful and made a good profit for the company. The economy in Crystal City in the late 1920s was booming due to good prices on farm products such as onions and spinach.64
Jane Speedy
Jane Elizabeth Speedy attended St. Cecilia's School at Texas, in 1929.4 She was confirmed on May 6, 1929 at Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas; noted by J. Selinger.3
An article in the Jefferson City Post-Tribune stated that Mrs. Nick Speedy and daughters Katherine, Jane and Virginia have returned to their home in Crystal City, Texas after a visit of several weeks to the home of Mr. Calvin Speedy and other relatives.74
Jane Speedy with Seaton McCutchen

Jane has memories of the farm on East Nueces Street the family rented in Crystal City, after their home burned. The rental home was about five miles from Crystal City, and had a dirt road, which became impassible when it rain, usually when anyone wanted to go the town.4 She and Herbert Mills Addison were engaged on August 3, 1933.4
Jane married Herbert Mills Addison, son of Emmett S. Addison and Nellie (?), on October 17, 1933 at Sacred Heart Rectory, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas. he was a non-Catholic. Father Nicholas Tanaskovitch, O. M. I., officiated at the ceremony.2,3,4 Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Herbert Mills Addison traveled from Crystal City, Texas arriving at the Plaza Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. They spent their honeymoon there and covered it all with $65.00 they had saved. on October 18, 1933.4
In the Speedy/Frank/Addison Family History, it is noted that their marriage took place in the rose garden of Jane's parent's home on the Robichaux Farm.4
Jane Speedy Addison on her honeymoon
Mills and Jane Speedy Addison on their honeymoon
Mills and Jane Speedy Addison on their honeymoon

Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Herbert Mills Addison lived in 1934 322 East Nueces Street, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas, They purchased this home from Mill's Aunt Maude for the price of $3000.00. At the time, Mills was making $85.00 per month.4
Crystal City chorus
Jane is third from the right in the second row

They had fond memories of many nice walks to town, window shopping in the evening with their two young daughters.4
Jane and Janie Addison
Min Speedy and Jane Addison

She is included in a photo taken circa 1940. She is second from the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Ruth Leona Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy and Katherine L. Speedy.
Ruth, Virgnia, Jane and Catherine Speedy

She is included in a photo taken July, 1944. She is second from the left in the photo.4
Joy, Jane, Mike and Janie Addison
Nueces Aveune

Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Herbert Mills Addison lived in 1950 922 East Edwards Street, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas, This was a home they purchased from the Del Monte Corporation.4
She is included in a photo taken 1964. The photo was taken at Corpus Christi, Texas. She is on the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Katherine L. Speedy and Virginia Rose Speedy.
Cathy, Virginia & Jane Speedy in Corpus Christi
Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Herbert Mills Addison moved in 1975 from Crystal City, Texas to 3707 Manchaca Road, #285, Austin, Travis County, Texas. At that time, James was in the University of Texas in Austin, Mark was atttending in San Marcos, and Nikki was living and working in Austin.4
Jane and Virginia Speedy

She is included in a photo taken 1983. She is the right side of the front row in the photo. Also included in the photo: Herbert Mills Addison and James Vincent Addison.
Addison Family

Jane Elizabeth Speedy lived in 1996 Austin, Travis County, Texas.2
Jane Elizabeth was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.2
Jane died on June 22, 2007 in Texas, at age 92.1,4

Family

Herbert Mills Addison b. 1909, d. April 13, 1987
Child

Citations

  1. [S6748] Niki Addison Note of February 1, 2010.
  2. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  3. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 43.
  4. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  5. [S3353] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  6. [S6747] Speedy-Frank Narrative.
  7. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "Thursday, August 15, 1929, page four."
  8. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.

Katherine L. Speedy1,2

F, #2830, b. December 2, 1912, d. June 14, 2010
Father*Nicholas Miller Speedy1 b. August, 1879, d. June 4, 1945
Mother*Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank1 b. October 29, 1879, d. March 28, 1945
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Katherine Speedy
From Family Tree on Ancestry
     Katherine married Clyde Graves Carr.1
Katherine L. Speedy lived in 1996 Eagle Pass, Maverick County, Texas.1 Katherine L. Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, was born on December 2, 1912.3,4
She is included in a photo taken circa 1917. She is on the left in the photo. Also included in the photo: Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Ruth Leona Speedy.
Cathy, Jane and Ruth Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1917. She is on the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Jane Elizabeth Speedy and George Frank Speedy.
Jane, George and Kathy Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1918. She is second from the left (left in the group of three girls) in the photo. Also included in the photo: Nicholas Miller Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy, Ruth Leona Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy, Calvin K. Speedy, George Frank Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.5
Nick Speedy Family

She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1920 at 1201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3 ; Residence at 1201 West Main Street
Ruth Hohenstreet Home
1201 West Main Street
Jefferson City

Katherine was enumerated as the daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy on the 1920 U. S. Census of 1201 West Main Street, Missouri. She was listed as a seven-year-old white female born in Missouri, as were her parents. She has attended school within the year.3
She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1926 at San Antonio, Texas; Wilhelmina and the three Speedy girls lived in South San Antonio for one year, while their home in Crystal City was completed.6
She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1927; The new farm was named the Texas Vegetable Union, a branch of the Fruit Supply. Nick Speedy supervised the planting of several hundred acres of fruit trees, most of then not suited to the extreme heat of southwest Texas. At the same time Nick supervised the planting of general farm produce, broccoli, onions, carrots, spinach and etc. In this venture the farm was very successful and made a good profit for the company. The economy in Crystal City in the late 1920s was booming due to good prices on farm products such as onions and spinach.6 Katherine L. Speedy attended St. Mary's School at Texas, in 1929.5
An article in the Jefferson City Post-Tribune stated that Mrs. Nick Speedy and daughters Katherine, Jane and Virginia have returned to their home in Crystal City, Texas after a visit of several weeks to the home of Mr. Calvin Speedy and other relatives.7
She is included in a photo taken circa 1940. She is on the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Ruth Leona Speedy, Virginia Rose Speedy and Jane Elizabeth Speedy.
Ruth, Virgnia, Jane and Catherine Speedy

She is included in a photo taken 1964. The photo was taken at Corpus Christi, Texas. She is on the left in the photo. Also included in the photo: Virginia Rose Speedy and Jane Elizabeth Speedy.
Cathy, Virginia & Jane Speedy in Corpus Christi

Katherine L. was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
Kathy Carr was cared for by her son, Donald, for approximately seven years.8 At the time of her death the location for mailing benefits was reported as Texas by the Social Security Administration.4
Katherine died on June 14, 2010 in Texas, at age 97.8,4
Katherine was mentioned in Nick Dee Carr's obituary on September 18, 2014 as preceding the deceased in death.9

Family

Clyde Graves Carr
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1930 births, page 295.
  3. [S3353] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  4. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  5. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  6. [S6747] Speedy-Frank Narrative.
  7. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "Thursday, August 15, 1929, page four."
  8. [S6764] Nikki Katherine Addison e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Speedy Family. , dated June 14, 2010.
  9. [S8680] Unknown short title, September 18, 2014.
  10. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1933 births, page 281.

Virginia Rose Speedy1,2

F, #2831, b. September 6, 1917
Father*Nicholas Miller Speedy1,2 b. August, 1879, d. June 4, 1945
Mother*Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank1,2 b. October 29, 1879, d. March 28, 1945
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Virginia Rose Speedy
     Virginia Rose Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, was born on September 6, 1917.2 She was baptized on September 23, 1917 at St. Peters Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, by Reverend J. A. Vogelweid the sponsors included George Charles Frank Other sponsor was Rose A Keown..23
Virginia Rose Speedy

She is included in a photo taken circa 1918. She is fourth from the right in the photo. Also included in the photo: Nicholas Miller Speedy, Katherine L. Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy, Ruth Leona Speedy, Calvin K. Speedy, George Frank Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank.3
Nick Speedy Family

She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1920 at 1201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.4 ; Residence at 1201 West Main Street
Ruth Hohenstreet Home
1201 West Main Street
Jefferson City

Virginia was enumerated as the daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy on the 1920 U. S. Census of 1201 West Main Street, Missouri. She was listed as a two-year-three month-old white female born in Missouri, as were her parents.4
She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1926 at San Antonio, Texas; Wilhelmina and the three Speedy girls lived in South San Antonio for one year, while their home in Crystal City was completed.5
She lived with her parents, Wilhelminia and Nicholas, in 1927; The new farm was named the Texas Vegetable Union, a branch of the Fruit Supply. Nick Speedy supervised the planting of several hundred acres of fruit trees, most of then not suited to the extreme heat of southwest Texas. At the same time Nick supervised the planting of general farm produce, broccoli, onions, carrots, spinach and etc. In this venture the farm was very successful and made a good profit for the company. The economy in Crystal City in the late 1920s was booming due to good prices on farm products such as onions and spinach.5 Virginia Rose Speedy attended St. Cecilia's School at Texas, in 1929.3 She was confirmed on May 6, 1929 at Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas.2

An article in the Jefferson City Post-Tribune stated that Mrs. Nick Speedy and daughters Katherine, Jane and Virginia have returned to their home in Crystal City, Texas after a visit of several weeks to the home of Mr. Calvin Speedy and other relatives.6
Nick Speedy and family moved to the Robichaux farm, located just North of the Crystal City city limits. The first crop planted was broccoli and it was a big success. It is to be noted that about 1936 Crystal City put on its first Spinach Festival and the Acelga (Spinach) Queen for this first festival was Virginia Speed.5
Virginia Rose Speedy Virginia was a popular member of Crystal City's younger set and was queen of the Spinach Festival. in 1939.7
Virginia Rose was For the past several years she has been cashier for the local Texas Gas Utilities Company. before November, 1939.7
Virginia (her first marriage) marrried James Lester Peacock , son of James Hoke Peacock and Inez (?), on November 11, 1939 at St. Mary's Catholic Church Rectory, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas; The ceremony was performed by Father Julian of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Crystal City, Texas.2,7
She is included in a photo taken circa 1940. She is second from the left in the photo. Also included in the photo: Ruth Leona Speedy, Jane Elizabeth Speedy and Katherine L. Speedy.
Ruth, Virgnia, Jane and Catherine Speedy

Virginia (her second marriage) married Jack Holland Wiggins , son of William C. Wiggins and Lorena H. (?), after 1940 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.1,2
She is included in a photo taken 1948. She is in the back in the photo. Also included in the photo: Anthony Nicholas Peacock.
Virginia Peacock and Kids

She is included in a photo taken 1964. The photo was taken at Corpus Christi, Texas. She is in the middle in the photo. Also included in the photo: Katherine L. Speedy and Jane Elizabeth Speedy.
Cathy, Virginia & Jane Speedy in Corpus Christi

Virginia Rose Speedy lived in 1996 Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.1,8

Virginia Rose was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1

Family 1

Jack Holland Wiggins b. July 11, 1911, d. April 14, 1997

Family 2

James Lester Peacock
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 51.
  3. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  4. [S3353] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Nick Speedy household.
  5. [S6747] Speedy-Frank Narrative.
  6. [S6447] Jefferson City Post-Tribune "Thursday, August 15, 1929, page four."
  7. [S7274] San Antonio Express Newspaper "issue of November 19, 1939."
  8. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  9. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.

Jack Holland Wiggins1,2

M, #2832, b. July 11, 1911, d. April 14, 1997
Father*William C. Wiggins3 b. 1884
Mother*Lorena H. (?)3 b. 1884
     Jack Holland Wiggins, son of William C. Wiggins and Lorena H. (?), was born on July 11, 1911 in Texas.3,4
Jack Holland was a delivery person at a meat market. in 1930 at Texas.3
He lived with his parents, Lorena and William, in 1930 at 517 Georgia Avenue in Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.3
Jack was enumerated as the son of William C. Wiggins on the 1930 U. S. Census of 517 Georgia Avenue, Texas. He was listed as an 18-year-old single white male. He was born in Texas as was his father, while his mother was born in Arkansas. He has attended school within the year and is able to read and write.3
Jack married Virginia Rose Speedy (her second marriage), daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, after 1940 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.1,2
Jack died on April 14, 1997 in Cherokee County, Texas, at age 85.5,4

Family

Virginia Rose Speedy b. September 6, 1917

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 51.
  3. [S3355] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), William C. Wiggins household.
  4. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  5. [S3120] Texas Death Index, 1964-1998, Ancestry.com (database online), 2000.

Clyde Graves Carr1,2,3

M, #2833
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family

Katherine L. Speedy b. December 2, 1912, d. June 14, 2010
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1930 births, page 295.
  3. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1938 births, page 309.
  4. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1933 births, page 281.
  5. [S8680] Unknown short title, September 18, 2014.

Herbert Mills Addison1,2,3

M, #2834, b. 1909, d. April 13, 1987
Father*Emmett S. Addison4 b. 1878
Mother*Nellie (?)4 b. 1884
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents
Herbert Mills Addison
     He was normally known as Mills. Herbert Mills Addison, son of Emmett S. Addison and Nellie (?), was born in 1909 in Texas.4
He lived with his parents, Nellie and Emmett, in 1930 at Nueces Street in Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas.4
Herbert was enumerated as the son of Emmett S. Addison under the name of "Mills Addison" on the 1930 U. S. Census of Nueces Street, Texas. He was listed as a 21-year-old single white male born in Texas, as was his mother. His father was born in Louisiana. He is not a veteran. He has attended school within the year and is able to read, write, and speak English.4 ; Herbert Mills Addison5
Herbert Mills Addison
On His Honeymoon in San Antonio
; Herbert Mills Addison5
Herbert Mills Addison
On His Honeymoon in San Antonio
Herbert Mills Addison and Jane Elizabeth Speedy were engaged on August 3, 1933.5
Herbert married Jane Elizabeth Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, on October 17, 1933 at Sacred Heart Rectory, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas. he was a non-Catholic. Father Nicholas Tanaskovitch, O. M. I., officiated at the ceremony.1,2,5
In the Speedy/Frank/Addison Family History, it is noted that their marriage took place in the rose garden of Jane's parent's home on the Robichaux Farm.5 Herbert Mills Addison and Jane Elizabeth Speedy traveled from Crystal City, Texas arriving at the Plaza Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. They spent their honeymoon there and covered it all with $65.00 they had saved. on October 18, 1933.5
Mills and Jane Speedy Addison on their honeymoon
Mills and Jane Speedy Addison on their honeymoon

Herbert Mills Addison and Jane Elizabeth Speedy lived in 1934 322 East Nueces Street, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas, They purchased this home from Mill's Aunt Maude for the price of $3000.00. At the time, Mills was making $85.00 per month.5
They had fond memories of many nice walks to town, window shopping in the evening with their two young daughters.5
Herbert Mills Addison and Jane Elizabeth Speedy lived in 1950 922 East Edwards Street, Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas, This was a home they purchased from the Del Monte Corporation.5 Herbert Mills Addison retired from Del Monte Corporation circa 1974 at Crystal City, Zavala County, Texas, after working for the company for 28 years.5 He and Jane Elizabeth Speedy moved in 1975 from Crystal City, Texas to 3707 Manchaca Road, #285, Austin, Travis County, Texas. At that time, James was in the University of Texas in Austin, Mark was atttending in San Marcos, and Nikki was living and working in Austin.5
He is included in a photo taken 1983. He is the left side of the front row in the photo. Also included in the photo: Jane Elizabeth Speedy and James Vincent Addison.
Addison Family

Herbert died on April 13, 1987.5

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Nueces Street, Crystal City, Zavala County, TexasEmmett S. Addison4

Family

Jane Elizabeth Speedy b. May 11, 1915, d. June 22, 2007
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S2668] St Peters Catholic Church, St Peters JC records, "Liber Baptismorum January 1910- October 1923", Page 43.
  3. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005, 1935 births, page 13.
  4. [S3356] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Emmett S. Addison household.
  5. [S6754] Mills and Jane Addison, "Thanks for the Memories."
  6. [S4286] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1987, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.

Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1

M, #2835, b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents
Art Hohenstreet
     He was normally known as Arthur R. Hohenstreet.2,3 Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet was born on April 21, 1895.2,3,4
Robert married Ruth Leona Speedy, daughter of Nicholas Miller Speedy and Wilhelminia Katherine "Minnie" Frank, on April 4, 1926.1
Robert Arthur was the Proprietor of a Drug Store. in 1930 at Cole County, Missouri.5
Robert is a head of household, under the name of "Arthur Hohenstreet", on the 1930 U. S. Census of 201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. He was identified as a 33-year-old married white male, born in Missouri as were his parents. He rents his home for $45.00 per month, and was 30-years-old at this, his first marriage. He is able to read, write, and speak English and is a veteran of WW I. Enumerated with him were: his wife Ruth Leona, his daughter Nancy Ruth. Another relative, George Charles Frank and Leona Margaretha "Ottie" Frank, was also enumerated in the household.5
He became the Assistant Fire Chief of Jefferson City.6 ; Bob Hohenstreet
Assistant Chief Jefferson City Fire Department
Bob Hohenstreet
Assistant Fire Chief Jefferson City, Missouri

Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy lived 1201 North Main Street, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Art and Ruth Hohenstreet House
1201 North Main Street

Robert died on July 21, 1973 at age 78.1,2,3,4
His funeral service was held on July 24, 1973 at St. Peters Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, Officiating at the service was Reverend John Buchanan.4 He was buried on July 24, 1973 in Hawthorne Memorial Gardens in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, Tombstone reads: MO CPL USA WWI, meaning Corporal in the U. S. Army during World War I.3
Robert was mentioned in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as preceding the deceased in death.1
Robert was mentioned in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as preceding the deceased in death.7
Robert was mentioned in Nicholas Hohenstreet's obituary on June 25, 2017 as preceding the deceased in death.8

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, MissouriRobert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet5

Family

Ruth Leona Speedy b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
Children

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  3. [S6127] Hawthorn Memorial Gardens, Hawthorn Memorial Gardens Cemetery Records.
  4. [S6834] Funeral Card for Arthur Robert Hohenstreet.
  5. [S4542] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Arthur Hohenstreet household.
  6. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of March 14, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  7. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  8. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."
  9. [S9049] Internet Site: Freeman Mortuary Website).
  10. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  11. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).

Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet1,2

F, #2836, b. December 6, 1928, d. March 14, 2008
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1,3 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1,3 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet Lueckenhoff
      She enjoyed sewing, painting ceramics and porcelain, gardening, and playing cards. She loved attending her grandchildren's activities.3 Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet, daughter of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy, was born on December 6, 1928 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3
Nancy was enumerated as the daughter of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet on the 1930 U. S. Census of 201 West Main Street, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri. She was listed as a single white one-year and four-months-old female, who was born in Missouri as were her parents.2 Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet was employed by the Missouri Highway Department at Missouri, between 1950 and 1956.3
Nancy married Albert Lueckenhoff, son of Bernard John Lueckenhoff and Gertrude Margaret Weidinger, on September 2, 1950 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.1,4,5
Albert and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet Lueckenhoff Wedding
Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet and Albert Lueckenhoff moved in 1956 from Jefferson City, Missouri to Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.5 She was employed by Merkel's Sporting Goods, Ben Franklin, and So-Fro Fabrics until her retirement. after 1956.3
Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet and Albert Lueckenhoff lived between 1996 and 2007 Illinois.1,3
Nancy Ruth was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
Ruth and Albert Lueckenhoff

Nancy Ruth was listed in George Ellis Hohenstreet's obituary on October 19, 2007 as surviving.3 Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church before 2008 at Illinois.3
Albert and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet lived before March 14, 2008 at 2209 Sycamore in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. Residing with them were..3,6
Nancy died on March 14, 2008 at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, at age 79.4
Her obituary was published in the Quincy Herald-Whig on March 15, 2008 at Illinois.3 Her obituary stated:
Mrs. NanC Lueckenhoff, 79, of 2209 Sycamore, died at 5:01 p.m. Friday (March 14, 2008) in Blessing Hospital. Born December 6, 1928 in Jefferson City, Missouri, NanC was the daughter of Arthur and Ruth Speedy Hohenstreet. She married Albert "AL" Lueckenhoff on September 2, 1950 in St. Peter Catholic Church in Jefferson City, Missouri. He survives. NanC was employed by the Missouri Highway Department in Jefferson City until she and All moved to Quincy in 1956. She was employed at Merkel's Sporting Goods and Ben Franklin for many years and then for 12 years at So-Fro Fabrics until her retirement. NanC was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church. She enjoyed sewing, painting ceramics and porcelain, gardening and playing cards. She was devoted to her family and loved attending her grandchildren's activities. Survivors include her husband, Al; two sons, Mark Lueckenhoff and his wife Linda of Ewing, MO. and Bruce Lueckenhoff and his wife Penny of Brentwood, TN; five grandchildren, Bethany Lueckenhoff and Phillip Lueckenhoff both of Ewing, MO, and Josie Lueckenhoff, Clara Lueckenhoff and Heather Lueckenhoff all of Brentwood, TN; four brothers, Robert Hohenstreet and his wife Janice of Jefferson City, MO, James Hohenstreet and his wife Michelle of Anaheim, CA, Nicholas Hohenstreet and his wife Sandy of Kansas City, MO and William Hohenstreet of Kansas City, MO; and many loving nieces and nephews. Mrs. Lueckenhoff was preceded in death by her parents, and a brother, George Hohenstreet. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 in Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home and at 10:30 in St. Francis Catholic Church by the Rev. Tom Shaughnessy. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
3

Nancy Ruth's wake was held on March 19, 2008 at Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.3
Her funeral service was held on March 19, 2008 at St. Francis Catholic Church, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, with the Rev. Tom Shaughnessy officiating.3 She was buried on March 19, 2008 in Calvary Cemetery in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.3
Nancy was mentioned in Albert Lueckenhoff's obituary on April 11, 2012 as preceding the deceased in death.5
Nancy was mentioned in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as preceding the deceased in death.6

Family

Albert Lueckenhoff b. August 17, 1926, d. April 7, 2012

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S4542] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Arthur Hohenstreet household.
  3. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  4. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of March 14, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  5. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of April 11, 2012."
  6. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."

Albert Lueckenhoff1

M, #2837, b. August 17, 1926, d. April 7, 2012
Father*Bernard John Lueckenhoff2 b. September 6, 1889, d. November 17, 1946
Mother*Gertrude Margaret Weidinger3 b. August 27, 1895, d. January 22, 1942
Albert Lueckenhoff
     Albert Lueckenhoff was also known as Arthur Leuckenhoff.4,5 Albert Lueckenhoff, son of Bernard John Lueckenhoff and Gertrude Margaret Weidinger, was born on August 17, 1926 in St. Elizabeth, Miller County, Missouri.3
Albert served circa 1943.3
Albert was assigned in 1944 to serve in the Pacific and became one of the very first American troops to go ashore in Japan.3
Albert enlisted in the United States Army, as a Private for service in World War II on December 8, 1944 at Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas. His enlistment record showed him as being a white citizen, born in Miller County, Missouri, with a grammar school education, single, without dependent and working as a farmer.6
Albert was a bridge painter for the Missouri Highway Department between 1950 and 1956 at Missouri.3
Albert married Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet, daughter of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy, on September 2, 1950 at St. Peter Catholic Church, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.4,7,3
Albert and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet Lueckenhoff Wedding

Albert was working for Sinclair petroleum, Gardner-Denver and the Quincy Senior center until his retirement. in 1956 at Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.3 He and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet moved in 1956 from Jefferson City, Missouri to Illinois.3
During his retirement, Albert repaired and sold lawn mowers, enjoyed fishing, gardening, small engine repair, and playing cards. His loving care of his wife in her declining years was an inspiration to his family.3
Albert Lueckenhoff and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet lived between 1996 and 2007 Illinois.4,8
Ruth and Albert Lueckenhoff

Albert and Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet lived before March 14, 2008 at 2209 Sycamore in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. Residing with them were..8,9
Albert Lueckenhoff lived in 2010 2209 Sycamore, Illinois.10
Albert died on April 7, 2012 at 2209 Sycamore in Illinois, at age 85.11,10
His obituary was published in the News Tribune on April 11, 2012 at Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.11 His obituary stated:


Albert Lueckenhoff 
unknown - unknown
Mr. Albert F. Lueckenhoff, 85, Quincy, Ill., died Saturday, April 7, 2012, at his home. Born August 17, 1926, in St. Elizabeth, Missouri, Albert was the son of Bernard (Ben) Lueckenhoff and Gertrude Weidinger Lueckenhoff. Serving in the Pacific in the later stages of WWII, he became one of the very first American troops to come ashore in Japan. He married Nancy Hohenstreet on September 2, 1950, in St. Peter Catholic Church in Jefferson City, Missouri. Albert was employed by the Missouri Highway Department, painting bridges around the state until he and Nancy moved to Quincy in 1956. He was employed at Sinclair Petroleum, Gardner-Denver, and the Quincy Senior Center until his retirement. Throughout most of his retirement he repaired and sold lawn mowers as a true "shade tree mechanic" behind his home. Albert was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church for 56 years. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, small engine repair, and playing cards. His loving care for his wife in her declining years was an inspiration to his family. Survivors include two sons, Mark Lueckenhoff and his wife Linda of Ewing, Mo.. and Bruce Lueckenhoff and his wife Penny of Brentwood, Tenn.; five grandchildren, Bethany Lueckenhoff of Blue Springs Mo. and Phillip Lueckenhoff and wife Laura of Maryland Heights, Mo. and Josie Lueckenhoff, Clara Lueckenhoff and Heather Lueckenhoff, all of Brentwood, Tenn; one sister, Beatrice Kempker of Jefferson City, Mo; and many loving nieces and nephews. Mr. Lueckenhoff was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Nancy Lueckenhoff; three siblings, Theresa Adrian of St. Martins Mo., John Lueckenhoff of Westphalia Mo., and Jake Lueckenhoff of Quincy, Ill. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 8:30 in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home and at 9:00 in St. Francis Catholic Church by the Rev. Basil Oruo. Burial with Military Honors by Quincy American Legion Post 37 will be in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday evening from 4:00 to 7:00 and Saturday morning until the time of services at the funeral home. A parish prayer service will be held Friday evening at 6:30 in the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the grandchildren's education fund or the International Rett Syndrome Foundation.
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Albert's wake was held on April 14, 2012 at Zehelder Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.3
His funeral service was held on April 14, 2012 at St. Francis Catholic Church, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, The Reverend Basil Oruo officiated.3 He was buried on April 14, 2012 in Calvary Cemetery in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, with Military Honors.3

Family

Nancy Ruth Hohenstreet b. December 6, 1928, d. March 14, 2008

Citations

  1. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , e-mail of April 20, 2010.
  2. [S6772] Teresa Margaret Lueckenhoff Obituary, March 14, 2010.
  3. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of April 11, 2012."
  4. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  5. [S6764] Nikki Katherine Addison e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Speedy Family.
  6. [S7713] WW II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  7. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of March 14, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  8. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  9. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  10. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , e-mail of August 20, 2012.
  11. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of about April 11, 2012."

Robert N. Hohenstreet1,2

M, #2838, d. January 22, 2017
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1,3 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1,3 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

Robert Hohenstreet
     Robert married Gloria Reinhardt in 1960 at Jefferson City, Missouri.3
Robert N. Hohenstreet lived between 1996 and 2012 Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.1,4
Robert N. was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
Robert married Janice Wooderson-Blankenship in 1998 at Missouri.3
An article on the Missouri Lottery web site stated "A Jefferson City school bus driver made a quick $1000 March 18 while waiting for students who were bowling at Westgate Lanes in Jefferson City. Robert "Bob" Hohenstreet, 70. said he drove some high school students to the bowling lanes, and while he was waiting to take them back, he purchased $5 worth of Missouri Lottery Scratchers tickets. One of the tickets, from the game called "Moneybags," turned out to be worth $1000. Hohenstreet said he plans to use the prize money on his upcoming 'spring break' trip to Las Vegas and Los Angeles."5
An article on the Jeff City Town Hall web site stated that Bob Hohenstreet has filed for the City Council representing the Second Ward. He will face Darren Gordon who was appointed to fill out the unexpired term of David E. Smith, and a challenger, Bill Patterson, in a primary election to be held Fegruary 3, 2004.2
Robert N. was listed in George Ellis Hohenstreet's obituary on October 19, 2007 as surviving.6
Robert N. was listed in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as surviving.4
Robert died on January 22, 2017 at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City, Missouri.3
His obituary was published in the Freeman Mortuary Website on January 25, 2017.3 His obituary stated:
Mr. Robert N. Hohenstreet, age 84 years, of Jefferson City, Mo., passed away January 22, 2017, at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital. Bob was born on December 15, 1932, in Jefferson City, Mo., a son of Arthur and Ruth (Speedy) Hohenstreet. He was married in 1960, in Jefferson City, Mo. to Gloria Reinhardt. He later married Janice Wooderson Blankenship on August 14, 1998, in Jefferson City, Mo.. Bob attended St. Peers Catholic School and moved to St. Louis where he graduated from Christian Brothers High School. He served in the United States Army from November 15, 1955 until he was honorable discharged on November 15, 1958. It was in the military that he learned how to operate heavy equipment and he would use that skill the rest of his life. Bob was employed as a heavy equipment operator with Beck Quarries (Later became Capital Quarries) for over 20 years until his retirement in 2002. Before his work at the quarry, he was the manager at the Public Water supply District #2. He helped establish the Cole County Volunteer Fire Department and was a past member of St. Peter Catholic Church. Bob enjoyed building model trains, photography, the occasional trip to the casino, and boating at the Lake of the Ozarks when his children were younger. More than anything, he cherished spending time with his family, especially if that meant barbequing or eating out with them.
Survivors include: his wife, Janice Hohenstreet of Jefferson City, Mo; one daughter, Deborah Twehus (husband Alfred) of Centertown, Mo;three step-children, Jerald Blankenship (wife Anita) of Jefferson City, Mo., Jeanne Little (husband Jim) of Columbia, Mo. and Jeffrey Blankenship of Jefferson City, Mo; two brothers, Nick Hohenstreet (wife Michelle) of Drexel, Mo. and Bill Hohenstreet of Grandview, Mo; and two grandchildren, Nicolas Kaiser of Dallas, Texas and Elizabeth Twehus of Centertown, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Wayne Hohenstreet in 1993; two brothers, George and Jim Hohenstreet; and a sister and brother-in-law, Nancy and Al Lueckenhoff. Visitation will be held at Freeman Mortuary from 3:00 until 4:00 p.m. Saturday, January 28, 2017. A memorial service will be conducted at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, January 28, 2017, in the Freeman Chapel with military honors following. Private graveside services and interment will be held at Hawthorn Memorial Gardens at a later time. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Rober Hohenstreet Memorial Fund.
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Robert was mentioned in Nicholas Hohenstreet's obituary on June 25, 2017 as preceding the deceased in death.7

Family 1

Gloria Reinhardt
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S3368] Internet Site: Robert Hohenstreet files for Second Ward City Council Seat).
  3. [S9049] Internet Site: Freeman Mortuary Website).
  4. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  5. [S3367] Internet Site: Jefferson City Bus Driver finds $1000 "Moneybag").
  6. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  7. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."

George Ellis Hohenstreet1,2

M, #2839, b. June 14, 1935, d. October 18, 2007
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1,2 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1,2 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

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     George Ellis Hohenstreet was also known as George Evase Hohenstreet.3 George Ellis Hohenstreet, son of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy, was born on June 14, 1935 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.4,3,2 George Ellis Hohenstreet graduated from Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.4
George served. As a Captain in the U. S. Army Rangers.4
George Ellis Hohenstreet lived between 1996 and 2007 Duluth, Gwinnett County, Georgia.1,4
George Ellis was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
George Ellis was a retired Manager at Lucent Technologies before 2007.4
George died on October 18, 2007 at age 72.4,3,2 At the time of his death the location for mailing benefits was reported as Georgia by the Social Security Administration.3,5 His cause of death was cancer.4
His obituary was published in the Jefferson City News Tribune on October 19, 2007 at Missouri.4 His obituary stated:
George E. Hohenstreet, 72, of Duluth, Ga., died October 18, 2007, after a courageous battle with cancer. Mr. Hohenstreet, a native of Jefferson City, Mo., was a graduate of Lincoln University, Captain U. S. Army Ranger and a retired Manager at Lucent Technologies. He is survived by : three sons, Brad Hohenstreet of St. Charles, Mo., Jake Hohenstreet of Dunwoody, Ga., and Chris Peterson of Lilburn, Ga; two daughters, Lisa Dixon of Catlettsburg, Ky. and Hannah Collins of Conyers, Ga; Four brothers, Bob Hohenstreet of Jefferson City, Mo., Nick Hohenstreet of Kansas City, Mo., Jim Hohenstreet of Corona, Calif., and Bill Hohenstreet of Kansas City, Mo; sister, Nancy Lueckenhoff of Quincy, Ill;and six grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27th, at Hawthorne Memorial Gardens, Jefferson City.
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His funeral service was held on October 27, 2007 at Hawthorne Gardens, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, at the graveside.4 He was buried circa October 20, 2007 in Hawthorn Memorial Gardens in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.2
George was mentioned in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as preceding the deceased in death.5
George was mentioned in Nicholas Hohenstreet's obituary on June 25, 2017 as preceding the deceased in death.6

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S556] Internet Site: Find-A-Grave Web Site).
  3. [S358] Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com (database online), 2005.
  4. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  5. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  6. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."

James J. Hohenstreet1,2

M, #2840, b. May 28, 1938, d. April 27, 2012
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

     James J. Hohenstreet, son of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy, was born on May 28, 1938 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3 James J. Hohenstreet was graduated in 1956 at Jefferson City High School, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.3
James married Mary E. Parker on December 20, 1970 at California.4
James J. Hohenstreet lived between 1996 and 2012 Corona, Riverside County, California.1,3
James J. was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
James J. Hohenstreet lived in 2007 California.5
James married Michelle Fedorchek on July 30, 2007.5,3
James J. was listed in George Ellis Hohenstreet's obituary on October 19, 2007 as surviving.5
James died on April 27, 2012 at at his home in Corona, Riverside County, California, at age 73.3
His obituary was published in the News Tribune on May 27, 2012 at Missouri.3 His obituary stated:
Jim Hohenstreet
April 27, 1938 - April 27, 2012
Jim Hohenstreet, 73, of Corona, California, passed away Friday, April 27, 2012, at his home. He was born in Jefferson City, Mo. to Arthur and Ruth (Speedy) Hohenstreet on May 28, 1938. He graduated from Jefferson City High School in 1956. On July 30, 2007, Jim was married to Michelle Fedorchek who survives at the home. He is survived by brothers Bob of Jefferson City, Mo., Nick of Kansas City, Mo. and Bill of Grandview, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, George of Atlanta, Ga. and sister Nanc Lueckenhoff of Quincy, Ill. A private service was held in Corona, California.
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His funeral service was held circa May 29, 2012 A private service was held in Corona, California.3
James was mentioned in Nicholas Hohenstreet's obituary on June 25, 2017 as preceding the deceased in death.6

Family 1

Mary E. Parker b. June 15, 1934, d. March 17, 2002

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S6787] California Marriage Index 1960-1985, Ancestry.com (database online), State file # 164244; Registrar: County 30, 11542.
  3. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  4. [S6787] California Marriage Index 1960-1985, Ancestry.com (database online), State file # 164244; Registrar: County # 30, 11542.
  5. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  6. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."

Nicholas Hohenstreet1

M, #2841, b. September 14, 1942, d. May 26, 2017
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996
ChartsNicholas Frank Descendents

Family History – see:

     Nicholas Hohenstreet, son of Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet and Ruth Leona Speedy, was born on September 14, 1942 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri.2
Nicholas served between 1960 and 1964 in the United States Air Force.2
Nicholas attended grade school before 1970. He attended St. Peter's Catholic School and Helias High School.2 Sandy J. Schuch and Nicholas Hohenstreet obtained a marriage license on January 31, 1980 at Jackson County, Missouri, Both Nicholas and Sandy were residents of Jackson County, Missouri, at this time.3
Nicholas married Sandy J. Schuch on February 9, 1980 at Raytown, Jackson County, Missouri. Their marriage was conducted by a Baptist minister, Rev. Roger A. Harwell, of 7920 Harris, Raytown, Missouri.4,3
Nicholas Hohenstreet lived in 1996 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.1
Nicholas was listed in Ruth Leona Speedy's obituary on March 15, 1996 as surviving.1
Sandy and Nicholas Hohenstreet lived between 2007 and 2008 in Missouri. Residing with them were..4
Nicholas was listed in George Ellis Hohenstreet's obituary on October 19, 2007 as surviving.4
Nicholas was Nick is driving trucks weekly from Kansas City to California and back, according to Mark Leuckenhoff, his nephew. The company he drove for was Convoy Systems. in March, 2010.5,2 He was described as the friendliest of the siblings, according to his nephew, Mark Leuckenhoff. in March, 2010.6
Nicholas Hohenstreet lived in May, 2012 Missouri.7
Nicholas was listed in James J. Hohenstreet's obituary on May 27, 2012 as surviving.7
Nicholas married Michelle Fedorchek- Hohenstreet in 2013 at California.2
Nicholas died on May 26, 2017 in Drexel, Cass County, Missouri, at age 74.8
His obituary was published in the News Tribune on June 25, 2017 at Missouri.2 His obituary stated:
Nick Hohenstreet, age 74, passed away Mary26, 2017, at his home in Drexel, Mo. Nick was born on September 14, 1942, in Jefferson City, Mo., a son of Arthur and Ruth (Speedy) Hohenstreet. In 2013 he was married to Michelle Fedorchek Hohenstreet in California. Nick attended St. Peters Catholic School and Helias High School. He served in the U. S. Air Force in 1960-1964. He was a long haul truck driver for Convoy Systems until his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Michelle; daughter, Jennifer of Drexel; brother, Bill of Grandview, Mo; and three grandsons. He was preceded in Death by his parents; wife, Sandy; son, Scott; three brothers, Bob, George, Jim; and a sister and brother-in-law, Nancy and Albert Luckenhoff. There will be no service.
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Nicholas Hohenstreet This obituary states there would be no service. on June 25, 2017.2

Family 1

Sandy J. Schuch b. October 9, 1951, d. September 30, 2011
Child

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.
  2. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 25, 2017."
  3. [S9080] Nicholas S. Hohenstreet - Sandy J. Schuch marriage certificate.
  4. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of April 20, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  5. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of March 14, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  6. [S6768] Mark Lueckenhoff e-mails to Linda Frank Berg concerning Luejenhoff-Frank Families. , E-mail of March 15, 2010, regarding Frank- Speedy family.
  7. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of May 27, 2012."
  8. [S2911] Jefferson City News Tribune Newspaper - Online Edition "issue of June 2017."

William Hohenstreet1

M, #2842
Father*Robert Arthur "Art" Hohenstreet1 b. April 21, 1895, d. July 21, 1973
Mother*Ruth Leona Speedy1 b. May 28, 1906, d. March 14, 1996

Family History – see:

Citations

  1. [S292] Ruth S. Hohenstreet Obituary, March 15, 1996.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Lamb1

F, #2843
Father*James Lamb1 b. 1756, d. 1841
Mother*Hannah Boone1 b. 1769, d. 1839
     Her nickname was "Betsy."1
Elizabeth married Smith Hunt.1

Family

Smith Hunt

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Smith Hunt1

M, #2844
     Smith married Elizabeth "Betsy" Lamb, daughter of James Lamb and Hannah Boone.1

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Catherine Lamb1

F, #2845
Father*James Lamb1 b. 1756, d. 1841
Mother*Hannah Boone1 b. 1769, d. 1839
     Catherine married Stephen Hunt.1

Family

Stephen Hunt

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Stephen Hunt1

M, #2846
     Stephen married Catherine Lamb, daughter of James Lamb and Hannah Boone.1

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Jane Lamb1

F, #2847
Father*James Lamb1 b. 1756, d. 1841
Mother*Hannah Boone1 b. 1769, d. 1839
     Jane married Samuel Spahr.1

Family

Samuel Spahr

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Samuel Spahr1

M, #2848
     Samuel married Jane Lamb, daughter of James Lamb and Hannah Boone.1

Family

Jane Lamb

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

Hannah Lamb1

F, #2849
Father*James Lamb1 b. 1756, d. 1841
Mother*Hannah Boone1 b. 1769, d. 1839

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).

John Boone1

M, #2850
Father*Jacob Boone1 b. circa 1780
Mother*Rachel Kessler1
     John married Martha Turner.1

Citations

  1. [S1910] Internet Site: Boone Family Web Site).