|Ralph Hubler (#47308702)|
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I am retired and started researching the Hubler family from their beginnings in Pennsylvania,other areas of research have been Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado.|
The Hubler's first appeared in Pennsylvania around 1735, I presently have my line of the Hubler's traced back with documentation to 1795, earlier then 1795 has been difficult finding records. I Wish to thank all those who have responded to my request for pictures of the gravestones.
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|William A. Gast||RE: Hubler Graves|
Note that I have revised my caption for John Hubler's photo. On closer examination of the photo, I've changed my interpretations of his birth and death dates and his age to be consistent with those listed on his memorial page.
|Marna Decker Benion||Hubler Stones|
I found several Hubler headstones at Dreisbach Church and am going to e-mail you photos of them.
Good luck with your genealogy.
|Rich Richards||RE: John Hubler|
You are welcome. His location is block 3 section lot#25.
|Betty L. Gonzales||Adler's|
Ralph, if you ask Michael to trnasfer Alvin # 47976755, Carl E. #47976753 and Mary Adler # 47976754 I'm sure he would. you must ask Swokwildflower to transfer Shirley Adler #47976756.
If you need anything else at Crown Hill please let me know.
|Charles Schmidt||RE: Hubler Graves|
It's no problem. I was headed to that cemetery to get a few of my own, so I looked here to see what I could fill while I was there. Unfortunately, the others you had listed were too new to be in the transcriptions at the library (about 1988 or so), and with the wind I could manage to do only a little looking. If you have any idea where in the cemetery the others are, I'd be happy to try to make another visit while I'm back in the area. Merry Christmas!
|Gilbert Pico||Jacob Hubler|
I transferred the memorial over to your care.
|Our Colorado Family||Albershardt|
I have obits for both William and Augusta from local newspaper:
***** Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, October 8, 1947 *****
MRS. ALBERSHARDT PASSED AWAY; FUNERAL FRIDAY
Mrs. W.H. Albershardt, a resident of Haxtun for many years, died in the St. Joseph's hospital in Denver Tuesday evening, about 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Albershardt had been in poor health for several months but her death came as a shock to her family and friends,
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Methodist church at 2:00 o'clock.
***** Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, October 15, 1947 *****
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. ALBERSHARDT FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, October 10, in the Methodist church for Mrs. Augusta Albershardt, 73 years, a resident of Haxtun for 61 years.
Rev. Paul K. Corley, pastor of the church, had charge of the service and music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gall with Mrs. Ralph Scott at the piano.
The pallbearers were Messrs. B.J. Anderson, Roy Lindgren, V.M. Jones, August Bjorklun, Charles Johnson and Ebbie Johnson.
Interment was in the Haxtun cemetery.
Mrs. Albershardt had not been well for some time and had entered the hospital in Denver for care and treatment recently. Her condition grew worse with time and she passed away Tuesday evening, October 7, in St. Josephs Hospital.
She was a gracious lady, a kind neighbor and friend, and a devoted mother. Her family and home were her first concern. She was a member of the Methodist church and one of its most active workers. She will be greatly missed not only by her family but by her wide circle of friends.
The obituary reads as follows:
Mrs. Augusta Alee Albershardt was born August 11, 1847* in Helgoland Parish, Smoland, Sweden. Daughter of Andrew and Christina Sall and departed this life on Tuesday, October 7, 1947 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Denver at the age of 73 years, 1 month and 21 days. In 1879 she came to the United State with her parents and settled in the Haxtun community in 1886.
She was united in marriage on January 20, 1894 in Holyoke, Colorado to William Albershardt. To this union were born eight children; six daughters and two sons. One daughter, Pearl, preceded her in death.
As a child she was confirmed in the Swedish Lutheran church, but later transferred her membership to the Methodist church, remaining in this faith until her death. She was also an active member of The Helping Hand club.
She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, William Henry Albershardt, five daughters; Mrs. Mable Deibert of Denver, Mrs. Emma Bell of Van Buren, Arkansas, Mrs. Minnie Deibert of Hoxie, Kansas, Mrs. Ivan Hodge of Olympia, Washington, Mrs. Dorothy Martin of Englewood, and two sons Roy and William of Bellevue, Colorado. One sister, Mrs. Annie Baldwin of Lacon, Illinois; one brother, John Sall of Compton, California; sixteen grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, January 14, 1948
W.H. ALBERSHARDT LAID TO REST IN HAXTUN CEMETERY
William Henry Albershardt, another Haxtun pioneer, was laid to rest Wednesday afternoon, January 7, following services held at the Radford Funeral Home at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. Paul K. Corley, pastor of the Methodist church, had charge of the service and music was furnished by Mrs. Harold Gall and Miss Betty Sullivan with Mrs. R.L. Scott at the piano.
The pallbearers were: Messrs. Knowles Anderson, Charles J. Johnson, Roy Lindgren, James Baldwin, Dr. J.W. Kinzie and V.M. Jones. Interment in Haxtun cemetery.
Mr. Albershardt had been failing in health for some time but his death followed a short illness of pneumonia in a hospital at Pueblo. His wife preceded him in death about four months ago on October 7, 1947.
The following obituary was read at the services:
William Henry Albershardt was born March 3, 1869 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was one of five children of William and Sophia Albershardt and departed this life on Saturday, January 3, 1948 at a hospital in Pueblo at the age of 78 years, 10 months.
He came to Holyoke, Colorado in 1888 where he operated a cigar store. He was united in marriage on January 20, 1894 in Holyoke to Augusta Lee Sall. To this union were born eight children, six daughters and two sons.
His wife and one daughter, Pearl, preceded him in death.
Mr. Albershardt spent most of his life in the Haxtun community, homesteading northwest of town. Later he with his family moved to Haxtun where he established a home entering the carpenter and cabinet business until he retired in the year of 1938.
He leaves to mourn his passing: five daughters, Mabel Deibert of Denver, Colorado, Emma Bell of Van Buren, Arkansas, Minnie Deibert of Hoxie, Kansas, Dollie Hodge of Olympia, Washington, Dorothy Martin of Englewood, Colorado, and two sons, William of Bellevue, Colorado and Roy of Englewood, Colorado, two sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Miller of Santa Anna, California and Lena Rhodes of Baird, Nebraska, 16 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
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