|Birth: ||Jul. 3, 1891|
|Death: ||Oct. 27, 1918|
Andrew Henry Schoenstein Jr. was born July 3, 1891 in Franklin, Louisiana and would pass away on October 27, 1918, in Franklin, Louisiana.
"Andee" was a great outdoorsman. He would hang a sign on the Schoenstein Bakery door that read "Gone Hunting" or "Gone Fishing". Andee also had a quick temper but Una, his wife, said he'd cool down very fast.
Una Ibert Schoenstein and Andee married on January 8, 1916. Una told her daughter Beverly McClernan how Andee passed. The doctor had just left the house. No hospitals existed in Franklin in those days. Andee was in the bedroom very sick during the Spanish flu epidemic and Una had gone out to the backyard to feed Major, Andee's hunting dog. Major came outside with her and all of a sudden Major bounded up and ran into the house which scared Una causing her to drop the food and run after the dog inside the house to find that Andee had just died. It seems like the dog had a sixth sense and could sense that his master had just died.
Andee's grave at Franklin Cemetery is in the Ibert plot. Andee was a member of Woodmen of the World and his grave does or did have this symbol on it.
Una Francis Ibert Schoenstein (1887 - 1958)
Iris Elizabeth Schoenstein Baudoin (1916 - 1998)*
Beverly Schoenstein McClernan (1918 - 2003)*
Woodsman of the World
St. Mary Parish
Created by: Chet Wallace
Record added: Feb 08, 2009
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