|Birth: ||Oct. 15, 1874, Germany|
|Death: ||Jun. 16, 1945|
The son of John Haug (Sr.) and Katherina Stoll, Adolph was born in Ostdorf, Wurtemburg, Germany. He came to America in 1892.
Adolph married Anna Arnold on his 27th birthday, 15 Oct 1901, in Calhoun County, Illinois. Adolph was a blacksmith in Brussels, Illinois for many years.
Adolph and Anna were the parents of 4 children. One of their sons, William, became a priest and both of their daughters, Theresa and Dorothy, became nuns.
Adolph was a patient for an extended time at Alexian Brothers Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri around 1920.
After Anna died in 1930, Adolph moved to Granite City, Illinois to be closer to his children. He was employed there as a janitor at St. Elizabeth's Hospital for 10 years until his health forced him to retire in 1942.
At the time of his death, Adolph was 70 years, 8 months and 1 day old. He was survived by 2 sons, Lawrence Haug of Granite City, Illinois and Msgr. William Haug, secretary to Bishop James A. Griffin of Springfield Diocese. Adolph was also survived by 2 daughters, Sister Mary William and Sister Mary Ann, nuns in the Order of Divine Providence at Granite City.
Visitation was held at Imming Funeral Home in Brussels. A funeral Mass was conducted at 10:30 a.m. on 19 Jun 1945 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Brussels. The Mass was read by Adolph's son, Msgr. William Haug.
Adolph was buried next to his wife, Anna, in the church cemetery.
Children: 2 sons, 2 daughters.
Msgr. William Frederick Haug
Theresa Catherine Haug (Sister Mary William)
Dorothy Barbara Haug (Sister Mary Ann)
Anna Marie Crouch?
Adolph's known siblings:
John Martin Haug
Anna Marie Arnold Haug (1877 - 1930)*
William Frederick Haug (1909 - 1996)*
Mary William Haug (1911 - 2003)*
Mary Ann Haug (1914 - 2011)*
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Saint Marys Catholic Cemetery
Created by: Lynn Marie Vint
Record added: Oct 07, 2009
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