IAGenWeb Project - Clayton co.
updated 07/16/2010

Hauschen Family Album

Wilhelminia Hauschen, Farmersburg, ca1920 Wilhelminia Hauschen in front of her home in Farmersburg, ca1920

Wilhelminia Hauschen, Farmersburg, ca1920

She was the wife of Heinrich John Hauschen who fought in the Civil War and was a blacksmith in Farmersburg.


Bertha, Frances & Emma Hauschen

Frances W. & Catherine M. Hauschen

Above: Twins, Frances Whilemina (1879-1948) and Catherine Margaret (1879-1881) Hauschen

Left: Bertha, Frances & Emma Hauschen ca1885

Wilhelminia Hauschen, and her daughters
Wilhelminia Kuhnemann and her daughters
Mahalia Henretta Sophia, Margarethe Wilhelmina, Emma Wilhemina Engel,
Bertha Elizabeth and Frances Whilemina
(left back row)


Wilhelmina Hauschen & (possibly) Blanche & Frances Oelke
Wilhelmina Hauschen
The others may be Blanche & Frances Oelke
Probably Emma Hauschen Reinke & Bertha Hauschen Reinke
Probably Emma Hauschen Reinke
and Bertha Hauschen Reinke


Probably Mahalia Henretta Sophia Hauschen, Alice Minnie & Herman I. Reinke
Back: Harold Carl F. & Wilma Wilhelmina Bertha Reinke.

Children of John Reinke and Bertha Elizabeth Hauschen
Children of John Reinke and Bertha Elizabeth Hauschen

Standing, are likely Lawrence Ferdinand, Elmer Wilhelm & Eldo H. Reinke
Seated: David, Cecilia, Vera Minnie & Elfreida Mahala Reinke

Wilma Reinke, undated
Wilma Reinke
daughter of Herman I. Reinke & Mahalia Hauschen, undated
~contributed by Paul Moritz (deceased)

Wilhelmina & family members
Wilhelmina & family members


Probably Carlton Todd, Valda Pauline, Emma Wilhemina Engel Hauschen Reinke,
Irving Lynn & Bertrand Claude Olmsted


~unless otherwise credited, the photos on this page were contributed by Judy Moyna from her personal collection. She wrote: "The photos belonged to Wilhelmina Kuhnemann / Koenneman Hauschen, who lived in Farmersburg. I think they are of her daughters and families. I have done my best to identify them and would like help from others who may know if I have them labeled correctly or if they could help me identify those not named."

Judy's email address can be found in the Surname Registry for Oelke. Also, find a LOT of additional information on the Oelke & allied families by visiting Judy's World Connect website at Rootsweb, a link to her site is on the Personal Websites page (scroll down to 'Bender-Moyna Families'). If you can confirm the identities of the people Judy isn't sure of, please email her or the Clayton co. coordinator.


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