William H Hake

William H Hake

York County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 13 Jan 1907 (aged 87)
Jefferson County, Wisconsin, USA
Burial Jefferson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, USA
Memorial ID 36827867 · View Source
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William H. Hake was the son of Daniel Hake and Sarah Elizabeth Ilgenfritz. William maternal grandparents were Johann Martin Ilgenfritz and Catharine Barbara Schartel Ilgenfritz. His paternal grandparents were John Frederick Hake and and Catherine Crone. William was Christened in the Christ Lutheran Church, in York, Pennsylvania, on 26 March 1819. He was a farmer.

William married Susanna Fuller in 1846. She was the daughter of Thomas Fuller who was born on 15 June 1795, in Pennsylvania. and died on 1 September 1874. Thomas shares the headstone of his daughter Susanna and his son in law William.

Susanna Fuller Hake was born on 24 September 1820, in Pennsylvania, and died on 15 November 1886, in Jefferson County.

In 1850, William, Susanna, and Hiram, their son are living in Jefferson, Wisconsin. Living in the household is Thomas Fuller, age 56.

In the 1870, federal census for Jefferson, Wisconsin, listed in the William Hake household are, Susanna, age 45, Hiram, age 21, David, age 17 and Albert Hake, age 17 and born in Wisconsin. No relationship is given to the head of household In the 1880 federal census, Hiram and David are listed as son of William. Albert Hake is not listed.

In the 1900 federal census, William is living with his son David in Fort Atkinson.

The children of William and Susanna Fuller Hake were:
1. Hiram E. Hake
2, David Frederick Hake

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  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for William H Hake (2 Feb 1819–13 Jan 1907), Find A Grave Memorial no. 36827867, citing Rock River Cemetery, Jefferson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, USA ; Maintained by Anonymous (contributor 46930290) .