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Christian Herbold
Birth: May 17, 1821, Germany
Death: Oct. 5, 1891
Newton
Jasper County
Iowa, USA

Married:
Maria Wilhelmine Hubel (1820-1855)
April 13, 1846, in Rhoden, Waldeck, Germany

Children:
Henry Herbold
William Herbold
Carolina Helena Herbold
Christian Herbold
Louise Eliza Herbold (1854-1924)

Married:
Christina Schumann
October 21, 1856
Muscatine, Scott County, Iowa

Children:
Louis Peter (deaf) Herbold
Sophia Marie Herbold
Minnie Laura Herbold
Emma Emil Herbold (1865-1867)
Mamie (Mary) Herbold
Amos Carl Herbold
Caroline Herbold (died at birth)

The following narrative is from "The History of Jasper County, Iowa" copyright date 1878:

HERBOLD, CHRIST, farmer, S. 22; P. O. Newton; born in Prussia, May 16; 1821; lived there until 34 years of age, engaged in farming; came to America in 1856, and settled in Scott Co., Iowa, where he lived until 1869, when he came to this county. His former wife was Miss Mary Herbold; they had a family of four children--Henry, Helena, William and Christian; Mrs. H. died in December, 1854; his present wife was Cristiana Stomaen; they have six children--Eliza, Louis, Sophia, Minnie, Emel and Mary. Mr. H. and family are members of the Lutheran Church; politically, he is a Republican. Owns 640 acres of land, valued at $16,000; he is largely engaged in stock raising; has eighty to ninety head of cattle, and seventy-five to one-hundred head of hogs; has also on his place an orchard of about 300 trees.


DIED -- At his home, about 4 miles northwest of Newton on Monday, Oct. 5, 1891, Mr. Christian Herboldt, aged about 60 years. He has been a resident of Jasper Co. about 23 years, and leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his untimely death.
Last Saturday he and a hired man took a load of hogs to Colfax and sold them. Coming home the spring seat was put on top of the hog rack, on which the two men seated themselves. Some where on the road Mr. H. was thrown to the ground, and the man picked him up and put him in the wagon and brought him home, where it was found that his spinal column had been injured and that the lower part of the body was paralized. He lingered until 11 o'clock on Monday, when he died. His funeral will take place to-day at one o'clock. Rev. D. Brown officiating, and he will be buried in the Newton cemetery. (Source: An unknown newspaper)


CARD OF THANKS--Mrs. C. Harbold and family wish to return their sincere thanks to their friends and neighbors, who so kindly assisted them in their recent affliction. (Source: The Newton Journal, Wednesday, October 14, 1891) 
 
Note: Burial Date October 7, 1891
 
Burial:
Newton Union Cemetery
Newton
Jasper County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Section 11, Lot 21, Block 8
 
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Record added: Aug 22, 2005
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