Louise Müller (1820-1919)

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Louise Müller Chudobba
Chudobba, Louise 5 Generstaions.jpg
5 Generations
Born: 12 Nov 1820 Pachuten, Germany
Died: 23 Feb 1919 Rochester, New York
Father: Michael Müller
Mother: Louise Totzki
Siblings: Louise Müller
Minnie Müller
Friederich Müller
Miss Müller
Spouse: Jakob Chudobba
Married: 10 Oct 1841 West Preussen, Germany
Children: Gottfried Chudobba
Christian Chudobba
Johann Adolph Chudobba
Frederick L. Chudobba
Christine Chudobba
Gottfried Chudobba

Louise Müller was born November 12, 1820 in Pachuten, West Preussen, Germany to Michael Müller and Louise Totzki.

Louise married Jakob Chudobba on October 10, 1841 in West Preussen, Germany.

Louise came to the United States of America to help her son Frederick (Fritz) clear land on his farm on Catob Rd. north of Harbor Springs, Emmet, Michigan.

Karl Catob said that Grandma Louise helped Minna, his wife, clear the land while Fritz helped build the railway from Petoskey to Mackinac City.

Louise Müller Chudobba died in 1919 at Rochester, New York.

Obituary

Rochester Times-Union, Monday, 24 Feb 1919:

Death Of Mrs. Louise Kudoba Removes Head of Family
Of Which Four Generations Are Now Living

Death came to Mrs. Louise Kudoba, who leaves four generation surviving, on her 96th birthday at her home at 453 Driving park avenue yesterday morning. Those included in the four generations are her son, Chris, Kudoba 76; her granddaughter, Mrs. Theresa Sperry, 45; her great-granddaughter, Mrs. Hilda Mick, 19, and great-great-grandson, Gregory Mick, 2 years old.

In addition to these relatives, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Stahl, 86, of Kitchener, Canada, and Mrs. Podon, 75; and one brother, Fred Miller, 78, of Reed City, Mich.; 30 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Kudoba was born on February 23, 1823, in Reasonwald, Germany, and her maiden name was Louise Miller. She was married to Jacob Kudoba, who died in Germany when he was 58 years old, and she came to America 32 years ago and for 20 years had lived in Rochester.

Sources

  • Birth: Reisenburg Standesbeamter, 27 Nov 1941 (stamped with a Nazi seal):
Geburtsname: Müeller
Vorname: Louise
Geboren am: 12.11.1820 in: Packutken
Getauft am: 19.11.1820 in: "
Tochter des: Michael Mueller
und der: Louise geb. Totzki
evgl Pfarramt: Riesenburg
Register Nr.: 29
  • Birth variations: 23 Feb 1823, Riesenwald, Germany [Howse Best]
  • Marriage: Reisenburg Standesbeamter, 27 Nov 1941 (stamped with a Nazi seal):
Vornamen, Familienname: Jacob Chudobba
Vorname, Geburtsname: Louise Müller
haben die Ehe geschlossen
am: 10.10.1841 in: Riesenkirch
evgl Pfarramt: Riesenkirch
Register Nr.: 8
  • Marriage variant: 27 Nov 1841 [Howse Best]
  • Family Records of John Catob
  • Howse, Joanne Marie Heinz. Howse Best-Mar26,2005.paf file
Louise came to the United States of America to help her son Frederick (Fritz) clear land on his farm on Catob Rd. north of Harbor Springs, Emmet, Michigan.
Karl Catob said that Grandma Louise helped Minna, his wife, clear the land while Fritz helped build the railway from Petoskey to Mackinac City.
  • Theim, Karin. Ahnen Stand 24.5.2011 NK DsNr 1486 Christian Chudobba Kartei.pdf
Notes: von eigenkäthner Johann Witzkowsky Pflegetochter [foster daughter--SDR]
Sources:
Heirat evangelisches Kirchenbuch Film 1198458 und 9 letzte Position Seite 66 links lfd. 5
evangelisches Kirchenbuch Riesenkirch Heiratseinträge Film 1198458 linke Seite, 1198459 rechte Seite, Seite 69 re, zweite Position
  • Residence: U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
Name: Louise Kudoba
Gender: Female
Residence Year: 1918
Street address: 453 Driving
Residence Place: Rochester, New York, USA
Spouse: Jacob Kudoba
Publication Title: Rochester, New York, City Directory, 1918