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Eliese Boie Hachez
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Birth: Nov. 24, 1850
Death: Mar. 27, 1919


Mrs. Ferd. Hachez passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. H. Luehr at Manitowoc, Thursday morning, the result of a stroke of paralysis which she suffered Tuesday morning. She was conscious however, until about the middle of Wednesday night, after which she gradually sank into her final sleep, which came at 6 o'clockMrs. Ferd, Hachez, oldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nic Boie, was born in Ditmarschen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, on November 24, 1850. In 1854 when the deceased was a girl of 4, the family emigrated to the United States, coming direct to New Holstein, where her parents bought a farm a mile east and south of the village on the old state road between here and Kiel. Here she grew to young womanhood, and June 3rd 1869, was united in marriage to Ferd. Hachez. For several years the young couple operated the old Hachez farm east of the village, but in 1872 they moved to town, where Mr. Hachez opened and for a number of years operated the Columbia buffet. In 1893 they bought the old August Hansen farm in Charlestown. The same year Mr. Hachez was appointed postmaster of New Holstein, but he left the office in charge of former postmaster Milhaupt as deputy postmaster, who again succeeded him in 1897. In 1903 they sold their farm owing to advancing years, and in 1904 they purchased the 20 acre farm formerly owned by Claus Meinert. Here they resided until a month ago when they sold out and moved to Manitowoc.
Those who survive are Mrs. W. H. Luehr, Manitowoc; Louis of Spokane, Wash.; Ferdinand of Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. S. C. Price of Louisiana, Mo.; and Mrs. Edward Kelm of Grand Rapids. Minn.: Two brothers, John Boie of Thorpe, Wis., and Wm. Boie of Marshfield. Ore., and four sisters, Mrs. W. W. Paulsen, of Oshkosh; Mrs. Fred Matzen, and Mr. J. A. Hansen of New Holstein and Mrs. Albert Arps of Denver, Colo., also survive.
Chilton Times, April 5, 1919
Family links: 
  Nicholas Boie (1822 - 1909)
  Cecilie Tonner Boie (1830 - 1910)
  Ferdinand Hachez (1848 - 1933)
  Louise Hachez (1870 - ____)*
  Clara Hachez Luehr (1871 - 1920)*
  Louis F Hachez (1876 - 1970)*
  Cecelia Hachez (1877 - ____)*
  Adele G Hachez Kelm (1879 - 1960)*
  Arthur Hachez (1883 - 1911)*
  Eliese Boie Hachez (1850 - 1919)
  Johann Boie (1855 - 1856)*
  Henry B Boie (1857 - 1916)*
  Wilhelm Boie (1859 - 1862)*
  John Nicholas Boie (1860 - 1943)*
  Mathilda A Boie Sebelien (1862 - 1916)*
  William Edward Boie (1865 - 1940)*
  Charles Boie (1866 - 1889)*
  Anna Boie Paulsen (1868 - 1955)*
  Ceclia Margareth Boie Matzen (1869 - 1936)*
  Lina Sophia Boie Hansen (1871 - 1924)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: ossw Ferdinand
New Holstein City Cemetery
New Holstein
Calumet County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: 55
Created by: Rose Mohnsam
Record added: Jun 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38828063
Eliese <i>Boie</i> Hachez
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