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Louise Hoelscher Ward County ND

Louise Hoelscher Ward County ND

Posted: 1135743210000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hoelscher Eikmeier Lage
According to the 1930 US Federal Census, August and Mary Eikmeier lived in Minot, Ward County, ND. August died in May 9, 1934. Mary died February 14,1932.

Their daughter, Louise (Eikmeier) Hoelscher, was born in Crawford County Iowa in 1894. She died in Ward County November 6, 1954. Believe her husband to be Rudolph Hoelscher, but not positive.

Would be interested in hearing from or information pertaining to Louise or descendants of Louise Hoelscher.

Or information regarding her step-sisters Emma and Pauline Lage.

Jerry Riessen

Re: Louise Hoelscher Ward County ND

Posted: 1541263966000
Classification: Query
Hi am very interested in learning about Augustine and Mary Elkmeier and also Emma and Pauline Lage. My name is Helen Ouellette (Amaral, Melissa Amaral is my daughter who is helping me with my tree.

Re: Louise Hoelscher Ward County ND

Posted: 1541386561000
Classification: Query
I am not related, but found some articles.

Louise Eikmeier and Rudolph Hoelsher exchange vows in presence of large number of friends.
The marriage of Miss Louise Eikmeier and Rudolph Hoelsher occured at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Eikmeier, north of Burlington, Wednesday night. A large crowd of friends attended the function, the most enjoyable held in that vicinity. A bounteous wedding banquet was served after which a pleasant social evening was spent. Guests attending from Burlington were Mssrs. and Mesdames J. Werner, H.T. Hogy, E.A. Madsen, and H.A. Kluver.
The bride is a charming young woman, the daughter of one of the county's very best farmers. The groom recently arrived from Canada. The couple will reside on the Grueneberg farm near Burlington.

Aug. Eikmeier, a well-to-do farmer has moved from his farm west of this city, and will be a resident of this city hereafter. August is an excellent citizen and will fit in well in this city. He has rented his farm to his son-in-law, Rudolph Hoelscher.

Another article about the fair stated that August raised corn, beans, rye and potatoes.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoelscher, who reside north of Burlington, Sunday.

A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoelscher, on Monday of this week.

Re: Louise Hoelscher Ward County ND

Posted: 1541389960000
Classification: Query
Pauline Lage marriage
Name: Paulina Lage
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 1888
Marriage Date: 24 Feb 1909
Marriage Place: Manning, Iowa
Marriage Age: 21
Spouse: John Mundt
FHL Film Number: 1480845
Reference ID: 2:3R853MM

Pauline and Emma's father was Hans Lage, born in Germany. Their mother's maiden name may have been Meyer. In the 1880 census, Hans and Mary had another daughter, Ida, born that year.

Obituaries Dennison Iowa, Bulletin, DECEMBER 3, 1948
Obituary of Mrs. John Mohr
Mrs. John Mohr died at her
home near Manning Sunday
morning, Nov. 28, at 8:20 o'clock,
Death was due to a heart attack.
While Mrs. Mohr, had not been in the best
of health, her condition was not considered
She attained
the age of 68 years, six months and 13 days.

Ida Marie Lage Mohr daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lage, was born
in Hayes township on May 15, 1880. She
attended the rural school of Hayes Township.
On September 30, 1898, she was married to
John G. Mohr. They have resided on the farm their
entire married life. Only two months ago, Mr. and Mrs.
Mohr celebrated their golden anniversary.
She is survived by her widower, one daughter, Lena
Marie Engelman, and one son Raymond Mohr. One grandson,
Donald Ray Mohr; one sister, Mrs. John Mundt, all of Manning;
and one half sister, Louise Hoelscher of Minot, N.D.
Mrs. Mohr was preceded in death by three children; Emma, who died
Jan. 12, 1900; Johnnie, who died Feb. 5, 1903, and Fred, on April 15, 1946; One
brother, Gus Lage, and one sister, Emma Brus.
The deceased was baptised and confirmed in the Lutheran faith.

Funeral services were held at the Ohde funeral home
in Manning on Nov. 30
with the Rev, Harlan Kruse officiating. Interment was
made in Iowa Township Cemetery. Pallbears were
Julius Ranniger, Louie Ranniger, Walter
J. Kruse, Walter Ossenkop, Emil
Klindt and George Graves.
town relatives attending
the funeral were
Mrs. Wm. ©ar­tels,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohr
and son, Fred, of Ute.
Hannes Kruse and Mr. and Mrs. Brockman of Paulina
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