|Birth: ||Aug., 1849, France|
|Death: ||Mar. 1, 1926|
In 1860 Hubert Bohn was 11 years old and lived with his parents and siblings in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. His father, William Bohn, and his older brother, John, were both blacksmiths.
From 1868 to 1869, Hubert worked as an iron moulder for a business located at 332 Croghan in Detroit and then at 398 Croghan from 1870 to 1878. He was a moulder for Russell Wheel and Foundry Company at 356 Congress from 1879-1886 and by 1895, he was employed at the Stove Exchange at 226 Chene.
In 1880, Hubert was living on Croghan Street with his wife, Cecelia, and their two year old daughter, Vernia. When the 1900 Federal Census was taken, Hubert (60) was living in a rental home on Monroe Avenue in Detroit, with Cecelia (48), and their children Vernia (22), Mabel (18), Laura (16), and Edna (8). Hubert was working as a moulder in a machine shop, his daughter Vernia was a dressmaker, Mabel worked as a stenographer, and Laura and Edna were in school.
Cecelia Dupree Bohn (1851 - 1909)*
Laura M. Bohn Kraetke (1884 - 1926)*
Mount Elliott Cemetery
Created by: Jo-Ann
Record added: Sep 01, 2011
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