Heinrich Louis "Henry" Luetge, Jr.

Heinrich Louis "Henry" Luetge, Jr.[1]

Male 1860 - 1955  (95 years)Deceased

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  • Name Heinrich Louis "Henry" Luetge 
    Suffix Jr. 
    Nickname Henry 
    Born 20 Jan 1860  Germany Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3
    Gender Male 
    Died 11 Aug 1955  Industry, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4
    FamilySearch ID L41L-8SC 
    Buried Methodist Cemetery, Industry, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Henry Luetge, Sr (1860 - 1955) - Find A Grave Memorial
    Henry Luetge, Sr (1860 - 1955) - Find A Grave Memorial
    Person ID I2193  Wendel Voigt Family Tree
    Last Modified 12 Aug 2015 

    Father Heinrich Louis Luetge,   b. 4 Apr 1827, Fallersleben, Koenigreich, Hannover, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Jul 1912, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years) 
    Mother Wilhelmine Jordan,   b. 29 Sep 1832, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 1925  (Age 92 years) 
    Siblings 1. Heinrich Louis "Henry" Luetge, Jr. 
    2. Luetge   d. Y; 
    3. Ernst Luetge   b. 30 JUN 1862, Germany;   d. 20 SEP 1950; 
    4. Mathilde Luetge   d. Deceased; 
    5. Carl Luetge   b. 29 NOV 1864, Fallersleben, Koenigreich, Hannover, Germany;   d. 1 AUG 1932; 
    6. Lenora Luetge   b. 9 MAR 1868, Germany;   d. 14 JUN 1958; 
    7. Helene Luetge   b. 1875, Germany;   d. 1970; 
    8. Hermine Luetge   d. Y; 
    9. Emilie "Amelia" Luetge   d. Y; 
    Family ID F895  Group Sheet

    Family Minna Eckermann,   b. 28 Sep 1870, Industry, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jul 1957, Industry, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)  [1, 3, 5, 6, 7
    Married 1888 
    Children 
    +1. Henry Louis Luetge, III,   b. 22 Sep 1889,   d. 20 Jun 1969, Brenham, Washington Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
    +2. Hilda Luetge,   b. 9 Jul 1892,   d. Nov 1977  (Age 85 years)
    +3. Olga Luetge,   b. 2 Mar 1895,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +4. Annie Luetge,   b. 9 Sep 1896,   d. 2 Sep 1984, Washington Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years)
    +5. Alma Luetge,   b. 26 Feb 1899,   d. 19 Oct 1982, Taylor, Williamson Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years)
    +6. Erwin Luetge,   b. 30 May 1903,   d. Mar 1979  (Age 75 years)
    +7. Lanard Luetge,   b. 13 Mar 1907,   d. 21 Dec 1993  (Age 86 years)
    +8. Leroy Luetge,   b. 19 Jul 1911,   d. 27 Sep 2007  (Age 96 years)
    Last Modified 29 Apr 2017 
    Family ID F965  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 20 Jan 1860 - Germany Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 11 Aug 1955 - Industry, Austin Co., Texas Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Methodist Cemetery, Industry, Austin Co., Texas Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S26] SCISSORTAILS STILL RETURN TO SCHOENAU, pp. 16, 17, 54, 55, 56, 63.
      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.
    2. [S375] LOUIS WILLIAM ECKERMANN, p. 7.
      Date: 1 July 1991
    3. [S940] Find A Grave, 12 August 2015; http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65155720.
      Henry Luetge, Sr; Birth: Jan. 20, 1860, Germany; Death: Aug. 11, 1955; Note: name: Henry Luetge, death date: 11 Aug 1955, death place: Austin County, Texas, United States, gender: Male, race: White, death age: 95 years 6 months 21 days, birth date: 20 Jan 1860, birthplace: Germany, father's name: Henry Luetge, mother's name: Wilhelmina Jordan, digital film number: 4136192; Spouse: Minna Eckermann Luetge (1870 - 1957) *; Children: Henry L Luetge (1888 - 1969) *, Annie A. Luetge Krebs (1896 - 1984) * [* = Calculated relationship]; Burial: Industry Methodist Cemetery, Industry, Austin County, Texas, USA; Created by: Skip Farrow; Record added: Feb 03, 2011; Find A Grave Memorial# 65155720.
    4. [S24] Autobiography of Adolph Richard Eckermann, p. 4 [Eckermann pp. 59-62].
      Henry Luetge, Industry, Aug. 11, 1955.

      Date: 16 Jan 1937 with updates on 22 Jul 1957 and in 1959
    5. [S375] LOUIS WILLIAM ECKERMANN, p. 7.
      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Date: 1 July 1991
    6. [S26] SCISSORTAILS STILL RETURN TO SCHOENAU, pp. 16, 55, 56.
      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Henry came with his family to America even though he was the oldest son, not being tall enough for the German army. Henry and Minna lived in the Schoenau area in Texas. The family also lost two children in infancy. Henry enjoyed singing and belonged to the Helvetia Maennerchor. He and Minna lived on the farm until their deaths, raising cotton, corn, hay, cattle, poultry, and hogs. Henry and Minna's home burned in 1954, destroying all of Henry's old keepsakes and valuables brought from Germany.

      Book includes a picture of Minna Luetge with sisters Henrietta Hupe and Ida Lindemann, and brother Edwin Eckermann. Minna helped with the farm work and the garden. She cooked soap, washed clothes by hand on a washboard and the other many chores required of a woman on the farm.

      Date: 1 July 1991
    7. [S940] Find A Grave, 12 August 2015; http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65155273.
      Minna Eckermann Luetge; Birth: Sep. 28, 1870; Death: Jul. 6, 1957; Note: name: Minna Luetge, death date: 06 Jul 1957, death place: New Ulm, Austin, Texas, gender: Female, race: White, death age: 86 years 9 months 8 days, birth date: 28 Sep 1870, birthplace: Texas, marital status: Widowed, father's name: Louis Eckermann, father's birthplace: Germany, mother's name: Charlotte Meyer, mother's birthplace: Germany, occupation: Homemaker, place of residence: New Ulm, Austin, Texas, cemetery: Industry Methodist, burial place: Industry, Texas, burial date: 08 Jul 1957, digital film number: 4163633; Parents: Louis W Eckermann (1831 - 1913), Scharlotte Meyer Eckermann (1840 - 1933); Spouse: Henry Luetge (1860 - 1955); Children: Henry L Luetge (1888 - 1969) *, Annie A. Luetge Krebs (1896 - 1984) * [* = Calculated relationship]; Burial: Industry Methodist Cemetery, Industry, Austin County, Texas, USA; Created by: Skip Farrow; Record added: Feb 03, 2011; Find A Grave Memorial# 65155273.




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