|Birth: ||May 28, 1840, Austria|
|Death: ||Feb. 2, 1910|
From the Platte County, NE. Web site:
After an illness of two weeks with lung fever, Mrs. Josephine Lachnit, mother of Henry and L.A. Lachnit, died at the family home, in southeast Columbus, Wednesday morning, aged 69 ears. Mrs. Lachnit was born in Austria, in 1840. In 1874 with her husband and family, she came to Nebraska and settled in Butler county, remaining there a few years until the family moved to near Lindsay, this county. Since that time, until eight years ago, when she and her husband moved to the city, they made their home on the farm. Mrs. Lachnit leaves, besides her aged husband, Franz Lachnit, seven sons and five daughters, all of who are living. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning from St. Bonaventura's church, being conducted by Father Marcellinus, and burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Lindsay Post, date unknown
Mrs. Franz Lachnit, after an illness of two weeks, passed away at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday morning at her home southeast of this city. Hers was the the first death in a family consisting of the father, mother and twelve children, the latter's all being grown. Mrs. Lachnit was taken sick with a severe cold, which developed into pneumonia. She had been critically ill for a day or two. Had she lived until next May, Mrs. Lachnit would have been sixty-nine years old.
She was born and passed her early life in Austria. In company with her husband and a family of children, she came to America in 1874, first locating in Butler County, Bellwood. A few 10 years later the family moved to northern Platte county, then years ago Mr. and Mrs. Lachnit moved to Columbus. They have resided on what is popularly known as the old Tannahill place.
Surviving Mrs. Lachnit are her husband, seven sons and five daughters. The children are: Mrs. Louis (Amelia) Schroeder Sr., Henry C. Lachnit, Louis A. Lachnit, Antone and Mary Lachnit of this city; Joseph and Ferdinand Lachnit and Mrs. Joseph Kleve of Humphrey; Mrs. Peter J. Korth of Cornlea; Mrs. Peter Schmitz of Lindsay; Frank Lachnit of Parkston, South Dakota; John Lachnit of Cedar Rapids. One sister-in-law, Mrs. Amelia Lachnit, resides at the Peter Greisen home of this city. The funeral of Mrs. Lachnit will be held at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow.
Franz Lachnit (1835 - 1910)*
Amelia Lachnit Schroeder (1860 - 1920)*
John Bernard Lachnit (1869 - 1949)*
Theresa M. Lachnit Kleve (1873 - 1934)*
Henry C. Lachnit (1878 - 1953)*
Saint Bonaventure Cemetery
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Record added: Jan 23, 2007
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