|Birth: ||Mar. 15, 1854|
|Death: ||Jan. 30, 1940|
El Paso County
El Paso Times Herald writes, "Mrs. Juana Buchanan LoEwenstein was known as, La Madre de Ysleta".
Children of Juanita Diaz Buchanan and Meier Gunant Moritz LoEwenstein are:
Emma LoEwenstein, b. October 17, 1880, d. date unknown.~Louis A. Foix
Joseph Loewenstein, b. June 14, 1888236, 237, d. WFT Est. 1910-1973238, 239~Married Estella Duran
Julius LoEwenstein, b. March 08, 1879240, 241, d. WFT Est. 1891-1974242, 243.
William Willy LoEwenstein, b. November 14, 1889244, 245, d. WFT Est. 1871-1974246, 247.
Juanita LoEwenstein, b. December 27, 1882, Ysleta, Tx247, d. June 1975, Ysleta, ~Married Jess Monrow Walbridge
George Buchanan LoEwenstein, b. July 25, 1886, ysleta, TX247, d. August 28, 1958, EL Paso , TX247.~married Carmen Hector
James LoEwenstein, b. May 13, 1884, Ysleta, TX247, d. December 20, 1932, Ysleta, TX247. ~Married Delfina Duran
Julia LoEwenstein, b. April 13, 1898, El Paso , TX247, d. March 1983, El Paso, Tx247.~Married UNK Glarden
Augustus (Gus) LoEwenstein, b. Abt. 1890247, d. date unknown.
Moritz James Buchanan LoEwenstein, b. April 19, 1874, d. date unknown.
Gustave LoEwenstein, b. September 07, 1894, d.
~Married UNK Margaret
Isaac LoEwenstein, b. December 09, 1875, d. date unknown.~Married Emalie Guerra and Carolyn Sullivan
Albert LoEwenstein, b. August 28, 1877, d. date unknown.
Magdalena LoEwenstein, b. July 31, 1892, d. date unknown.
Note: Taken from Walbridge Genealogy Page.
Juanita Buchanan LoEwenstein
She was a Scottish-Mexican born to an affluent Catholic family. She married Moritz LoEwenstein a who had been a partner with her father the U.S. Consul to El Paso del Norte Mexico on May 10, 1873, Old Spanish Mission in Ysleta, Tx.
It is said she had 21 children of which only 12 grew to adulthood.
Limited information on her other than she was a veritable dynamo known to everyone in her community. She ran the business and managed all the children. Moritz was gone close to eight months a year.
She was left to manage everything. El Paso Times Herald writes, "Mrs. Juana Buchanan LoEwenstein was known as, La Madre de Ysleta". Translated means The Mother of Ysleta. "known as the prettiest girl on the Rio Grande". **"Her home was the gathering place for legislators & politicians of early days".
Her grand children remember that her house was a Palatial Spanish style Mansion with imported chandeliers and red velvet drapes.
She was always involved in charity helping those not a fortunate in the Ysleta community. She and Moritz always left a 100 lb sack of pinto beans at their back gate for anyone of need, hence she was known by the community as the "Little Mother Of Ysleta."
Meier Gunant Moritz LoEwenstein (1836 - 1925)*
Isaac LoEwenstein (1875 - 1924)*
Albert B LoEwenstein (1877 - 1913)*
Julius LoEwenstein (1879 - 1946)*
Juanita M. Loewenstein Walbridge (1882 - 1975)*
Emma LoEwenstein Foix (1884 - 1955)*
James LoEwenstein (1884 - 1932)*
George Buchanan LoEwenstein (1886 - 1958)*
Joseph LoEwenstein (1888 - 1959)*
William LoEwenstein (1889 - 1965)*
Gustav Adolph LoEwenstein (1894 - 1956)*
Julia LoEwenstein Crismon (1898 - 1983)*
Note: Per this woman's direct relative, the spelling and placement of the caps in the name will stand.
El Paso County
Created by: Dazy
Record added: Mar 20, 2013
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