Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Barbara Schindler

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: vernaedgerton
Verna's Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/153281
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Edward M Steffensmeier

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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Helen

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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Joseph Renner

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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Theresia Neesen

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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Ferdinand Ulrich Laufknotter

DWS: was born out of wedlock?
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DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: deborah_hammer
Michelle Hammer
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/6280624
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DWS: from familysearch.org/tree
record for Maria Theresa Lange
23 December 1823 - 21 October 1915 (Ancestral File Number: 4K4P-J46)
Additional Information for Maria Theresa Lange
Notes (1)....
**It is believed that one daughter (Mrs. Joseph Laufgetter of Westphalia, Germany?) bore a child out of wedlock while the family still resided in Germany. Her punishment was that the child was taken along with the family to America while the mother had to remain behind. The "child" was named Ferdinand and was led to believe he was Ferdinand Ulrich's son. On his wedding day his "parents" informed him that they were in fact his grandparents, and his mother was in Germany.**
Citing This Record: "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/9WV1-8SN : entry for Maria Theresa Lange, submitted by vcook2746432.
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Mathilde Renner

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: Marie Thorp
Fuchtman Family Tree (Renner)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43938858
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Joseph Laufknotter

DWS: from familysearch.org/tree
name may of been 'Laufgetter '
record for Maria Theresa Lange - mother to his wife
23 December 1823 - 21 October 1915 (Ancestral File Number: 4K4P-J46)
Additional Information for Maria Theresa Lange
Notes (1)....
**It is believed that one daughter (Mrs. Joseph Laufgetter of Westphalia, Germany?) bore a child out of wedlock while the family still resided in Germany. Her punishment was that the child was taken along with the family to America while the mother had to remain behind. The "child" was named Ferdinand and was led to believe he was Ferdinand Ulrich's son. On his wedding day his "parents" informed him that they were in fact his grandparents, and his mother was in Germany.**
Citing This Record: "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/9WV1-8SN : entry for Maria Theresa Lange, submitted by vcook2746432.
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Maria Margaretha Ulrich

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: deborah_hammer
Michelle Hammer
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/6280624
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DWS: from familysearch.org/tree
record for Maria Theresa Lange (the mother of Maria Margaretha Ulrich)
23 December 1823 - 21 October 1915 (Ancestral File Number: 4K4P-J46)
Additional Information for Maria Theresa Lange
Notes (1)....
**It is believed that one daughter (Mrs. Joseph Laufgetter of Westphalia, Germany?) bore a child out of wedlock while the family still resided in Germany. Her punishment was that the child was taken along with the family to America while the mother had to remain behind. The "child" was named Ferdinand and was led to believe he was Ferdinand Ulrich's son. On his wedding day his "parents" informed him that they were in fact his grandparents, and his mother was in Germany.**
Citing This Record: "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/9WV1-8SN : entry for Maria Theresa Lange, submitted by vcook2746432.
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Sr Mathilda Laufknotter

DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: deborah_hammer
Michelle Hammer
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/6280624
article shared by Deborah Hammer 05 Dec 2010
"Sister Mathilda left Waco about 20 years ago but her presence is still felt by the families of Saint Frances Church mission who knew her as guardian angel, teacher, energizer, defender, and friend.
How a German woman trained in Belgium came to the banks of Brazos River to spend the best years of her life ministering to Mexican - American is one to those miracles that abounds in the Christian faith. The story is one of a struggle against all sorts of odds in which the victory came not only to Sister Mathilda, but to the men and women and children whose lives she touched so decisively.
Sr. Mathilda's principal assignment, teaching little children, brought her face to face with problems, their families problems, the problems of the Mexican-American community in Waco and the never-ceasing struggle to stretch available resources to the utmost. To this day-by-day challenge Sr. Mathilda brought a rosy rugged cheerfulness undaunted and never flagging. Goodness and love shone round about her whether she was kneeling in prayer or sleeves rolled up in all the grubby chores that went into making a mission school what it should be.
Regularly she and her mission women invited the community to join in for a modest fee the best Mexican food fiesta Waco ever has known. In return the modest fees so gladly paid represented an important share of delicious home made Mexican dishes and brimming with Sr. Mathilda's joyous spirit will never be forgotten by any of those fortunate enough to be present.
Sr. Mathilda went on her way finally and this week at the age of 94 she departed this earth. Her Monument is here on the bank of the Brazos River where she gave herself so unstintingly to the people who needed her most.
She was the sister of Ferdinand Ulrich of Creighton, Nebraska."

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