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Hausmann family from Württemberg
Posted by: Patricia Spears (ID *****1450) Date: January 22, 2014 at 16:47:44
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Frederick Hausmann emigrated from Germany in 1866. He was on the same ship as Johannes (John) Ulrich Kreis, from Thurgau, Switzerland. They arrived at Castle Garden,NY in 1866. They may have become friends. John married two times, both to Hausmanns. First, he married Mary Hausmann in LaSalle, IL in 1872. After her death, he married Margarethe Hausmann in Chicago in 1891. Could these two women be sisters? Could they be related to Frederick Hausmann? Mary said that she was born in Württemberg. Is that where Frederick came from?

Frederick Hausmann married Catherine ______ and they lived in Philadelphia, Pennsyslvania where they had several children. Charles Frederick Hausman was born in June 1878. A brother, Frederick, was born later. Then twin girls were born: Louise and Henrietta. In his later years (1910), Frederick (last name anglicized to Hanaman) lived with daughter Louise in Newark, Essex NJ.

Henrietta married twice. First, she married Elias Williams in PA and then she married Henry Kreis in Chicago, IL.

Any information is welcome.


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