Henry Bernard Feldhaus Family

Mary Ann Schneider Feldhaus
German Catholic Migration
Journals of Henry Bernard Feldhaus, Jr.
Henry Bernard Feldhaus visit to Texas in 1893
Bernard Heinrich Feldhaus
Henry Bernard Feldhaus Jr.
HBF, Jr's Home Place
Mary Ann Schneider Feldhaus
Mary Ann Schneider Family
Joseph Henry Feldhaus
Boulie Family
Mary Ann Feldhaus Bledsoe
Catherine (Kate) Elizabeth Feldhaus Orth
John Charles (Charlie) Feldhaus
Anna (Ann) Theresa Feldhaus Boulie
Rosa (Rose) Louisa Feldhaus (Sister Mary Olivette)
Clara Pauline Feldhaus
Lawrence Bernard Feldhaus
Anna Feldhaus Sutter
Falls County, TX
Maps and Index
Mines in the Area
Feldhaus Family eBook
Larry's Ancestry
Larry's Home Page

Mary Ann with her brothers, John on the left and Joseph on the right.  Her sister Theresa married Charles Kamarad in 1904 and they had a daughter Theresa who became a nun.  Her sister Threresa died, maybe in childbirth, or soon after her daughter was born.

Daughter of George Schneider
Born:          1 Jan 1865 Goshen, IN
Married:     Henry Bernard Feldhaus 5 November, 1883 Deerfield, TN
                      by Fr. Engleburt Ruff
                      Jake Meiers and Amelia Sweise attendants
Died:          24 Sep 1934 in Lawrenceburg, TN

I don't know much about my Grandmother Mary Ann Schneider Feldhaus.   She was still alive when her husband Henry died in 1931, but had passed on before I was born eary in 1937.   Because her father arrived in the U.S. from Germany when he was only 21 years old, it's likely that she was born in the U.S.  She died in 1934 at 69 years of age.
The picture to the right of Henry Jr. and Mary Ann and the picture below were given to me by Ann Feldhaus Boulie's daughter Clara who obtained them from Clara Feldhaus.

Back Row:     Henry Bernard Jr, Henry Joseph, Cate, Mary Ann
Front Row:    Ann, Rose, Charlie
This picture was taken sometime during 1896.

Charles, Henry Bernard Jr.,Mary Ann, Lawrence and Clara

Joe Schneider, Mary Ann, Henry Bernard Jr., Charlie, and Lottie Schneider, Joe's wife.  Probaby taken about June of 1917 when Charlie registered for the draft and the war was well under way having started in 1914.  Notice the American flag.  Germany was the aggressor in WWI and this was a German family showing their allegance to their adopted Country.  The war ended in November of 1918.

Grandpa Feldhaus' funeral April of 1931.  Front Row:  Aunt Rose, Dad's Mother Mary Feldhaus, Priest, George Boulie, Aunt Clara, and Sis Boulie.  Back Row:  Uncle Charlie, Aunt Ann, Dad wearing Aunt Rose's extra habit, Aunt Cate, Josephine Boulie, Anna Feldhaus Sutter, and her son Alfonso.