Obit: Neuhaus, Louisa Dorothea (1862 - 1956)

Contact: R. Lipprandt

Surnames: Baumgartner, Boeldt, Dedering, Erdman, Frome, Gosse, Gross, Grossheuch, Hameister, Huepchen, Karsteadt, Koepke, Meyer, Miller, Neuhaus, Oehldrich, Ortmeyer, Reineking, Schwoerer, Strade, Vircks, Voightlander

----Source: The Sheboygan Press, Thursday, April 18, 1956

Neuhaus, Louisa *Dorothea (Ortmeyer**) (August 3, 1862 - April 17, 1956)

Mrs. Gerhard Neuhaus

Mrs. Gerhard Neuhaus, 93, died shortly after noon Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marie Oehldrich, Rt. 1, Cleveland, with whom she made her home for the past two years. She had been ill only a short time.

Nee Louisa Ortmeyer, she was born Aug 3, 1862, in the Town of Centerville, and was married to Gerhard Neuhaus in 1881. After their marriage they live in Newton until 1909 and then move to Colby, Wis. Her husband died July 4, 1944.

Survivors are six sons, William of Colby, Herbert of Abbotsford, Richard of Genoa City, Paul of Midlothian, Ill, and Otto of Cleveland; five daughters, Mrs. Marie Oehldrich of Cleveland, Mrs. Amos (Mathilda) Miller of Elkhart Lake, Mrs. Fred (Alvina) Miller of Curtiss, Wis., Mr. Edwin (Hulda) Strade of Abbotsford and Mrs. Walter (Ella) Baumgartner of Colby; 63 grandchildren and two great grandchild, Five children also receded her in death.

The body was taken to the Stoltenberg Funeral Home and today was removed to the Lulloff Funeral Chapel at Colby, Wis., to lie in state until the services which will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Evangelical Reformed Church there.

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----Source: The Sheboygan Press, Thursday, April 26, 1956

Neuhaus, Louisa Dorothea (Ortmeyer) (August 3, 1862 - April 17, 1956)

Mrs. Gerhard Neuhaus

Funeral services for Mrs. Gerhard Neuhaus, 93, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mr. Marie Oehldrich, at route 1, Cleveland, where she had resided the past two years, were held at the Evangelical Reformed Church in Colby, on Friday afternoon. The Reverend Victor Grossheuch officiated, and burial was made in the Pine Hills Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Oscar Edrman, Albert Vircks, Henry Gosse, Henry Voighlander, Ted Frome, and Herbert Meyer.

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----Source: The Sheboygan Press, Thursday, April 26, 1956

Neuhaus, Louisa Dorothea (Ortmeyer) (August 3, 1862 - April 17, 1956)

Cleveland News

Among the many from the Cleveland area who motored to Colby on Friday to attend the funeral of Mr. Gerhard Neuhaus, 93, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marie Oehldirch, at Rt. 1, Cleveland, on Tuesday, were: Mrs. Marie Oehldirch, Robert and Elmer Oehldrich, Otto Neuhaus and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oehldrich, Margene Oehldrich of Cleveland; Otto Karsteadt of Newton; Mr. and Mrs. William Reineking, Mrs. Marvin Dedering, Mrs. Ervin Oehldrich, Judy Oehldrich, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Neuhaus and family, and Mrs. Helen Gross of Sheboygan: Mrs. Ervin Schwoerer of Manitowoc; Mrs. Valentine Hameister, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hameister, and Mrs. Albert Neuhaus of Elkhart Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Miller, Mr. Harold Heupchen, and Mrs. Orville Boeldt of Rhine Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koepke of Adell.

Additional Notes:

* Middle name retrieved from Pine Hill Cemetery records, Twp. Mayville, Clark County, WI.

** Maiden name spelling is Ortmeier in the Pine Hill Cemetery records, Twp. Mayville, Clark Co., WI.


Contact: Thomas Wiederkehr

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, Ich suche einen Albert Neuhaus der 1838 in Barmen (Wuppertal) geboren ist. 1868 wanderte er aus, mit Ziel in England, wo er aber nicht zu finden ist. Vermutlich ist er weitergefahren bis nach den USA. Vielleicht im gleichen Jahre oder im Jahr danach. Ich moechte Sie freundlich bitten, wissen Sie mehr ueber diesen Albert Neuhaus, sein Vater koennte der Johann Caspar Neuhaus *28.07.1793 sein und ein Bruder meines Ururgrossvaters Julius Neuhaus *26.02.1835 in Radevormwald. Gerne wuerde ich auch die uebrigen Daten austauschen. Mit freundlichen Gruessen, Thomas Wiederkehr Parcs 72 2000 Neuchatel

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Esteemed ladies and gentlemen, I'm looking for a Albert Neuhaus of 1838 in Barmen (Wuppertal) was born. 1868 he immigrated from, with targets in England, where he is not listed. Probably he is weitergefahren until after the U.S.. Perhaps in the same year or the year after. I would like to kindly ask you know more about this Albert Neuhaus, his father could Johann Caspar Neuhaus * 28.07.1793 and a brother of my Ururgrossvaters Julius Neuhaus * 26.02.1835 in Radevormwald. I would be happy the other exchange data. With best regards, Thomas return Parcs 72 2000 Neuchatel



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