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 Hermina “Mina” <I>Mueller</I> Ahle

Hermina “Mina” Mueller Ahle

Birth
Zürich, Switzerland
Death 10 Dec 1934 (aged 71)
New Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota, USA
Burial New Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota, USA
Plot Section 7 - West, Lot 13
Memorial ID 94301593 · View Source
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Hermina (Mina) was born in Oberlangenhart, Canton, Zurich, Switzerland and at age 19 the family decided to come to America. Three of her older siblings had already come to the U.S. and were living in Texas. The family had to cross Switzerland to get to the coast of France. Their they departed from the Port of Le Havre on the ship S S Labrador. The Captain of the ship was A. Servan and the family of 6 were in the steerage section. They reached the port of New York on Novemeber 17, 1882. Once again they took to the water to the Port of Indianola, Calhoun Co., TX. Her step-father purchased a wagon for the family which included her mother & 3 siblings & their 4 trunks. The siblings took turns riding & walking. Their destination was the Moulton area in Lavaca Co., TX were a sister & two brothers were already located. Mina married H. Rudolph Zollinger in Cuero, DeWitt Co., TX on January 13, 1893. Rod died on August 17, 1897 in Gonzales, Gonzales Co., TX. On October 22, 1900 Mina married a widower, Christian Ahle in New Ulm, Brown Co., Minnesota. Both had children from their previous marriage's and Christ & Mina added two more children to this marriage & they became a family of "his, hers & theirs".
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Father: Jakob (Jacob) Mueller



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  • Created by: Doris Veit Raley
  • Added: 27 Jul 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 94301593
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Hermina “Mina” Mueller Ahle (24 Apr 1863–10 Dec 1934), Find A Grave Memorial no. 94301593, citing Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, New Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by Doris Veit Raley (contributor 47827722) .