|Birth: ||May 1, 1850, Austria|
|Death: ||Apr. 19, 1916|
Veteran: Spanish American War.
h/o Rachel Morris.
Birth: in Bohemia, Austria-Hungary.
Migrated around 1866 from Bohemia ending in Jacksonville, Illinois, moving about 1872 to Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri for thirty-nine years, reportedly married 1877 in Chicago, removing to Topeka, Kansas, around 1911 where he died.
Census: 1880, age 30 Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri with wife and child living south Garrison, next listed was Gen C C Allen.
Had a clothing store, first on east side of square in wooden building north of brick building that later became C A Galloway's drug store, next into that brick building on east side of square, then to north side of square, later organizing A B Deutsch Clothing at 119 east Third, next west of J M Whitsett's store, Deutsch's salesmen apparently took over his store when he removed to Topeka, Robert E Lee Halliburton, R C Grissom and Orie A Snyder.
Served with Carthage Light Guard, under Col W K Caffee with Capt Carl R Gray, later Capt John McMillan during the Spanish American War.
Attended the Governor's Reception.
The officers who attended Governor Stone's annual reception at Jefferson City Thursday evening returned this morning on the Missouri Pacific. There were about seventy-five officers from various parts of the state present and the Carthage delegation report a most enjoyable visit. The officers had a meeting while in Jefferson City with the object of organizing for pushing a bill through the state legislature for the more favorable recognition of the state militia, but no definite action was taken. The Carthage officers who attended were:
Col. W. K. Caffee, Captains A. B. Deutsch, Joe McMillian, John McMillan, and J. W. Halliburton.
Census: 1900, age 50 Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri with wife & daughter living in Harrington Hotel, 203 east Third street operating his clothing store on north side of square, west from Central National Bank.
The second president of Central National Bank, east of his store, on northwest corner of Grant and Third streets, following Dr. Amos H. Caffee's 1908 death, followed by John Edward Lang one of the banks creators, then Hale Matthew Boggess who started as cleaning boy in 1896, when bank was but six years old.
Albert was most active in local civic affairs, summering in Colorado, wintering in Texas.
Census: 1910, age 59 Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri with wife living 809 Grant street, president, Central National Bank.
He and wife Rachel removed to 310 west Tenth street, Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas reportedly around 1911, town where daughter and son-in-law's family then lived.
Death: at daughter's home in Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas, records documented internment in Lot 33, Section J (Jewish section), Grave 52, being next to grandchild in Lot 33, Section J (Jewish section), Grave 51 in Topeka cemetery. He later was removed (NO date nor cemetery given) to Kansas City, Missouri. SOURCE: mostly by Cheryl White, Topeka, KS. Re-internment occurred 22 November 1934, same date as wife's delayed internment at the two year old Rose Hill cemetery's mausoleum, Kansas City, Missouri, according to records of Rose Hill cemetery.
Marriage: Rachel Morris b: 4 APR 1855 Sacramento, Sacramento county, California
Married 1877, reportedly in Cook county, Illinois, NO record found.
Rosine Deutsch b: 30 AUG 1878 Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri.
Topeka Daily Capital
20 Apr 1916, Thursday
A. B. DEUTSCH--Aged 66, died yesterday morning at his home, 310 West Tenth Street. The funeral will be held Friday at 3 o'clock from the home of his daughter Mrs. H. A. [Rosine] Auerbach, 829 Buchanan street. Interment in Topeka cemetery.
The above obituary and grave location courtesy of member Pamela Clark
CARTHAGE EVENING PRESS
APRIL 23, 1916
CAPTAIN DEUTSCH IS DEAD
END COMES AT DAUGHTER'S HOME IN TOPEKA TODAY
Funeral of Pioneer Carthage Merchant and Financier to Be Held There Friday
Captain A. B. Deutsch, pioneer merchant and financier of Carthage, died this morning at the home of his son-in-law H. A. Auerbach at Topeka, KS., where he had returned Sunday morning from San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Deutsch, following their custom of visiting the south in the winter, had spent the latter portion of the last few months at San Antonio. There Mr. Deutsch suffered an attack of pneumonia, which was followed by a complication of diseases. He was sick for many weeks at his hotel in San Antonio, and recovered sufficiently to undertake his trip home.
The deceased would have been 66 years old May 1. He is survived by his wife and only child, Mrs. H. A. [Rosine] Auerbach. The funeral will be held at Topeka Friday afternoon and interment will be at Topeka. Lee Halliburton and Robert Grissom, of the Deutsch Clothing company, and J. E. Lang, cashier of the Central National Bank, will leave here Thursday evening for Topeka to attend the funeral.
Was Born in Bohemia
Captain A. B. Deutsch was born in Bohemia, Austria-Hungary on May 1, 1850, and came to America when 16 years old. His first employment was at Jacksonville, Illinois where he worked in a clothing store, rapidly rising in the esteem of the firm for whom he worked. Forty years ago he came from there to Carthage and opened a clothing store of his own. His first location was in a wooden building on the east side of the square, next north of where C. A. Galloway's drug store now stands.
From that place he moved into a brick building next door, where the Galloway drug store is, and from there moved to the north side of the square to the room now occupied by the Deutsch Clothing Company. Several years after moving to the present location he organized the A. B. Deutsch Clothing Company, with Henry Bate Smith and R. E. L. Halliburton as his associates in the company. The company is at present the same, except that Robert Grissom holds the interest at first held by H. B. Smith, who is now dead.
Some years after coming to Carthage Mr. Deutsch was married to Miss Rachael Morris, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris of Chicago and a niece of Mrs. Morris.
Was President of Central National
Mr. Deutsch has always been president of the Deutsch Clothing Company since its formation, although some four or five years ago he retired from active business. He was for many years president of the Central National Bank resigning that position about the time he retired from active participation in business.
He was long identified with the national guard of this state. He was for a time quartermaster of the Light Guard militia company of this city and from that position stepped into the important position of quartermaster of the second regiment N. G. M. as office which he long held, including the period of the Spanish-American war. It was in connection with this position that he received his title of captain.
Since retiring from business, Mr. Deutsch has spent much of his time here, and has always been considered a Carthage citizen and an enterprising member of the community.
CARTHAGE EVENING PRESS
April 22, 1916
BACK FROM DEUTSCH FUNERAL
Rabbi Speaks Highly of Former Carthage Merchant
J. E. Lang and R. E. L. Halliburton and R. C. Grissom returned this morning from Topeka, Kansas where yesterday afternoon they attended the funeral of A. B. Deutsch. Dr. Meyer of Kansas City, conducted the funeral rites. The burial was conducted with Masonic ceremonies.
Many beautiful flowers from Carthage were among those grouped around the casket. The rabbi in his address alluded to the high respect in which the deceased was held at his former home in Carthage, where he had lived for 40 years, and mentioned that at that hour the business houses of Carthage were closed in respect to his memory. The funeral was a very impressive one.
Plot: 1st in lot 33, Sec J, V52, Topeka cemetery, removed to K C, MO, Rose Hill's mausoleum NOV 1934, to Columbarium AA crypt 1C
Jointly prepared by Nancy Brewer and Bill Boggess
Rachel V. Morris Deutsch (1855 - 1934)
Rosine Deutsch Auerbach (1878 - 1968)*
Rose Hill Cemetery
Plot: Rose Hill Mausoleum Columbarium AA crypt 1C
Created by: NJBrewer
Record added: Dec 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82350363
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