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 Wilhelmina Louise <I>Hohenhaus</I> Krenske

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Wilhelmina Louise Hohenhaus Krenske

Birth
Germany
Death
26 Apr 1918 (aged 68)
Faribault, Rice County, Minnesota, USA
Burial
Faribault, Rice County, Minnesota, USA
Plot
Section F, Lot 88, Grave 1
Memorial ID
35264565 View Source

Wilhelmina Louise Hohenhaus, daughter of August & Dorothy (Lutzke) Hohenhaus, was born on September 1, 1849 in Sadelburg, Germany, and died April 26, 1918 in Wells, Rice County, Minnesota.

She married John Fredrick Krenske in 1870 in Manitowac, Wisconsin. He was born on January 9, 1842 in Germany, and died March 7, 1913 in Rice County, Minnesota.

John & Wilhelmina had twelve children, but we know the names of only eight of them: Frederick, Anna, Minnie, Emma, Ida, William, Lydia, and Edward.

OBITUARY:

Rice County Journal, May 1, 1918:

"MRS. JOHN KRENSKE, 68 YEARS OLD, DIED FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, AT HER HOME IN THE TOWN OF WELLS, FOLLOWING AN ILLNESS OF SOME TIME, DROPSY BEING THE DIRECT CAUSE OF HER DEATH. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY AFTERNOON FROM THE GERMAN METHODIST CHURCH AT ROBERDS LAKE, AND WERE CONDUCTED BY REV. F. E. MEIERBACHTOL.."

Wilhelmina Louise Hohenhaus, daughter of August & Dorothy (Lutzke) Hohenhaus, was born on September 1, 1849 in Sadelburg, Germany, and died April 26, 1918 in Wells, Rice County, Minnesota.

She married John Fredrick Krenske in 1870 in Manitowac, Wisconsin. He was born on January 9, 1842 in Germany, and died March 7, 1913 in Rice County, Minnesota.

John & Wilhelmina had twelve children, but we know the names of only eight of them: Frederick, Anna, Minnie, Emma, Ida, William, Lydia, and Edward.

OBITUARY:

Rice County Journal, May 1, 1918:

"MRS. JOHN KRENSKE, 68 YEARS OLD, DIED FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, AT HER HOME IN THE TOWN OF WELLS, FOLLOWING AN ILLNESS OF SOME TIME, DROPSY BEING THE DIRECT CAUSE OF HER DEATH. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY AFTERNOON FROM THE GERMAN METHODIST CHURCH AT ROBERDS LAKE, AND WERE CONDUCTED BY REV. F. E. MEIERBACHTOL.."


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