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These are from Bob Chada
Willihnganz Family Reunion with more photos.
Hans and Gunder Outzen, parents of Ella Minnie Outzen Willihnganz. Date of photo unknown. Hans was the sexton of Springdale cemetery when Ella was born.
Marriage photograph of Franz Vincent Willihnganz and Ella Minnie Outzen, September 10, 1902.
Willihnganz family photo taken between 1906 and 1911. Back row: Franz Willihnganz, Elizabeth, Mary, Cynthia, Josephene. Middle row: Barbara (Hauber) Willihnganz, Ella Minnie (Outzen) Willihnganz, wife of Frank, holding daughter Helen, Frank Willihnbganz holding son Vincent, Barbara Willihnganz Haun, Katherine. Front row: Rose Willihnganz, Frank and Derrick Haun, William Haun
Photo of the Franz and Barbara Hauber Willihnganz family, date unknown. From left to right, starting with the back row standing: Elizabeth, Paul, Barbara, Frank V. (my grandfather), and Katherine. Second row: Mary, Franz (great grandfather), Cynthia, Barbara (Hauber) (great grandmother), Josephine.
Obituary of Franz Joseph Willihnganz
Daughters of Franz Willihnganz
Once again, I cannot date the photo. These are primarily
the daughters of Franz Willihnganz, unless otherwise noted.
Back row: Mary Willihnganz Determan, Ella Minnie
(Outzen-wife of Frank) Willihnganz, Rose Willihnganz Thomas,
Beatrice (Mrs. Paul, daughter in law to Franz) Willihnganz
. Seated: Barbara Willihnganz Haun. Front row: Elizabeth Willihnganz Murphy, Catherine Willihnganz, Cynthia Willihnganz Wheeler, Barbara (Hauber)
Willihnganz, and Josephine Krebs. The babies are not named.
Front row: Rose
Frank Willihnganz obituary
This photo was published in the Herald. I do not have a date. I also do not have a program to clean up the hatching that is on it. Perhaps you do, or know someone who can. My grandmother, Ella Minnie Outzen Willihnganz was born in this house on August 30, 1880 during the time her father, Hans Jacob Outzen was the sexton. Hans and his wife Gunder Christina Iverson are buried in Springdale.
The caption of the photo reads: "The above photo, taken about the turn of the century, shows Mr. and Mrs. William Terkelsen, deceased, parents of Hans Terkelsen of Twenty-fifth avenue, North, standing in front of their home hear the old entrance to Springdale cemetery. Mr. Terkelsen was at the time serving as sexton at the cemetery. The little white pup performing for the camera was mascot of Company L of Clinton and was brought back by Hans from Cuba where he served in the Spanish-American war. The picture was loaned to the Herald by Mrs. Marie Bachelder, 416 Seventh avenue South."