Lizette "Lizzie" Trenckmann

Lizette "Lizzie" Trenckmann[1]

Female 1866 - 1944  (78 years)

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  • Name Lizette "Lizzie" Trenckmann 
    Nickname Lizzie 
    Born 11 Jan 1866  Shelby, Austin Co., Texas Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Female 
    Died 21 Feb 1944  [1
    FamilySearch ID 9VMR-44P 
    Person ID I3387  Wendel Voigt Family Tree
    Last Modified 6 Nov 2013 

    Father Emil Trenckmann,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Mother Johanna Witte,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Siblings 1. Lizette "Lizzie" Trenckmann 
    2. Franciska Trenckmann   b. 14 FEB 1868;   d. 27 FEB 1950; 
    3. Nellie Trenckmann   b. 2 MAY 1872, Shelby, Austin Co., Texas;   d. 1 MAY 1951; 
    4. O. A. Trenckmann    
    5. Emelia Trenckmann    
    Family ID F1469  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ernst Luetge,   b. 30 Jun 1862, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Sep 1950  (Age 88 years)  [2, 3
    Married 3 Jan 1888 
    Children 
    +1. Erna Luetge,   b. 26 Mar 1889,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +2. Lillie Luetge,   b. 25 Nov 1890,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Elsa Luetge,   b. 1 Apr 1893,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +4. Nellie Luetge,   b. 7 Jan 1895,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +5. Ida Mae Luetge,   b. 17 May 1898,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +6. Otto Luetge,   b. 26 Aug 1902,   d. 14 Jul 1959  (Age 56 years)
    +7. Arnold "Arno" Luetge,   b. 1 Feb 1905,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +8. Eddie Luetge,   b. 15 Mar 1907,   d. 31 Dec 1963  (Age 56 years)
    Last Modified 6 Jan 2019 
    Family ID F1466  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 11 Jan 1866 - Shelby, Austin Co., Texas Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S26] SCISSORTAILS STILL RETURN TO SCHOENAU, pp. 55, 61, 64.
      Lizzie was a musician as well as housewife and mother. She directed women's singing groups and played piano for many occasions.
    2. [S26] SCISSORTAILS STILL RETURN TO SCHOENAU, pp. 54, 61, 63.
      Ernst was serving in the German army when the rest of the Luetge family traveled to America in 1881. Ernst came to America in 1883 with the Herman Bartram family. Ernst was a farmer, drove mail from New Ulm to Schoenau, sang in the Maennerchor (was the first of direct German descent to join the Helvetia Singers which was made up of the early Swiss settlers), and played an active part in the community beef club.
    3. [S26] SCISSORTAILS STILL RETURN TO SCHOENAU, pp. 55, 61, 64.
      Ernst was serving in the German army when the rest of the Luetge family traveled to America in 1881. Ernst came to America in 1883 with the Herman Bartram family. Ernst was a farmer, drove mail from New Ulm to Schoenau, sang in the Maennerchor (was the first of direct German descent to join the Helvetia Singers which was made up of the early Swiss settlers), and played an active part in the community beef club.

      Ernst was serving in the German army when the rest of the Luetge family traveled to America in 1881. Ernst came to America in 1883 with the Herman Bartram family. Ernst was a farmer, drove mail from New Ulm to Schoenau, sang in the Maennerchor (was the first of direct German descent to join the Helvetia Singers which was made up of the early Swiss settlers), and played an active part in the community beef club.

      Ernst was serving in the German army when the rest of the Luetge family traveled to America in 1881. Ernst came to America in 1883 with the Herman Bartram family. Ernst was a farmer, drove mail from New Ulm to Schoenau, sang in the Maennerchor (was the first of direct German descent to join the Helvetia Singers which was made up of the early Swiss settlers), and played an active part in the community beef club.

      Ernst was serving in the German army when the rest of the Luetge family traveled to America in 1881. Ernst came to America in 1883 with the Herman Bartram family. Ernst was a farmer, drove mail from New Ulm to Schoenau, sang in the Maennerchor (was the first of direct German descent to join the Helvetia Singers which was made up of the early Swiss settlers), and played an active part in the community beef club.

      Lizzie was a musician as well as housewife and mother. She directed women's singing groups and played piano for many occasions.




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