Augustus Hauschildt, one of the well known and successful farmers and stock-raisers of Sacramento county, California, resides on his fertile and well cultivated ranch near Galt. He is a native of Pleasanton, Alameda county, this state, where his birth occurred November 5, 1868, his parents being Henry and Minnie Hauschildt, a review of whose lives will be found incorporated in the sketches of his brothers in this work.
Augustus Hauschildt was brought by his parents to Sacramento county in his youth, here receiving the usual educational training given in the common schools, and learned the art of agriculture, which he has ever since followed. He is now the owner of three hundred and ninety-eight acres of rich and productive land. This place he has improved until it is now one of the best in the county, being well adapted for both general farming and stock-raising, and he is now numbered among the leading agriculturists in this section of the county.
In early manhood Mr. Hauschildt was united in marriage to Ruby A. Hatton, of Sacramento county, California, and they became the parents of tow children, Pear R. and Gussie A. For his second wife Mr. hauschildt chose Myrtie C. Bolton, a daughter of Curtis Bolton, who resides near Clay Station, California. One little daughter has come to brighten and bless their home, Ruth B. Throughout the period of his majority Mr. Hauschildt has given his political support to the Republican party, and is a member of the Knights of Pythias fraternity at Galt.
Source: History of the New California - Its Resources and People, Volume II
The Lewis Publishing Company - 1905
Edited by Leigh H. Irvine
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