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Catherine Cecelia Macht Hasneuer
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Birth: Jul. 25, 1900, Russia
Death: Oct. 6, 1997
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA



Born in Koehler, Saratov, Volga, Russia

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12/24/1902 Immigration; S.S. Chemnitz, sailing 11/29/1902 from Bremen Germany to Galveston TX. Katherine Macht, 1y 6 mos, German from Köhler Russia. Desination is Wamego KS. Traveled with parents.

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Catherine C. Hasneuer, 97 of Kansas City, KS, died Monday, October 6, 1997, at Villa St. Joseph Care Center.

Funeral Liturgy will be said at 11 a.m. Thursday, October 9, at St. Joseph - St. Benedict Catholic Church; burial in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Porter Funeral Home, where the Rosary will be said at 7 p.m.

Mrs. Hasneuer was born in Koehler, Russia, and moved to the United States in 1903.

She was raised in Alma, KS, and lived in the Kansas City, KS, for over 50 years. She was a member of St Joseph - St. Benedict Catholic Church, and a member of Kensington & Bethany Senior Citizens Group.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Nicholas J. Hasneuer, and her son, James J. Hasneuer.

She is survived by a daughter, Mary Clohecy and her husband, Gene, Roeland Park, KS; a sister, Lena Prockish, Manhattan, KS; three grandchildren, Michael, Cynthia and David Clohecy; and one great grandson, Nicholas Clohecy.

Kansas City Star, 9/8/1997
Provided by Tom & Nona Prockish

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Catherine (Kate) Macht by Cecelia Tibbetts.

Kate was younger than my mother. She wasn't in school when I started staying there. There was plenty to do at home. The women had a lot to do. I think they baked 6 loaves of bread every other day, plus Cinnamon rolls and coffee cake. The coffee cake had a thickened sorghum topping sprinkled with nuts. Apple strudel was a real treat.

Summer time was a busy time: garden to plant, hoe and can, baby chickens to take care of, fruit from the orchard to can, making home made soap for laundry, put up pickles, jellies, plus all the cooking and household work etc. They fried down sausage and side meat and put it in large stone crocks. When Grandma died Aunt Kate had to take over with the help of Aunt Lena and Great Grandma.

She married Nick Hasneuer and they lived in Topeka and Perry, KS. They had a filling station in Perry in partnership with Joe. They came one Sunday and Kate wanted me to go home with them for 2 weeks. I can remember her being at our house when my mother was sick or needed help.

She died in Kansas City and is probably buried there.

Provided by Tom & Nona Prockish
 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph L. Macht (1866 - 1954)
  Elizabeth Margaret Bellinder Macht (1870 - 1921)
 
 Spouse:
  Nicholas John Hasneuer (1896 - 1966)*
 
 Children:
  James William Hasneuer (1927 - 1989)*
 
 Siblings:
  George Macht (1892 - 1977)*
  Anna Marie Macht Cordts (1894 - 1952)*
  Margaurite Macht Artzer (1895 - 1920)*
  Peter Eugene Macht (1898 - 1984)*
  Catherine Cecelia Macht Hasneuer (1900 - 1997)
  Joseph Macht (1902 - 1903)*
  Theresia Macht (1904 - 1904)*
  Magdalena Clara Macht Prockish (1905 - 2004)*
  Joseph L. Macht (1906 - 1999)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Calvary Cemetery
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
 
Created by: David Haspert
Record added: Dec 16, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 121812947
Catherine Cecelia <i>Macht</i> Hasneuer
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Volga German from Koehler Russia
- David Haspert
 Added: Feb. 12, 2014
 
 
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