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Eugenia SchusterAge: 22 years18801903

Name
Eugenia Schuster
Given names
Eugenia
Surname
Schuster
Birth May 11, 1880 26 19

Historical Event
Spanish-American War
between April 1898 and August 1898 (Age 17 years)
Note: The Spanish-American War was a conflict in 1898 between Spain and the United States, the result of American intervention in the Cuban War of Independence - http://goo.gl/AZzZyH
MarriageEmil H. RauhutView this family
November 23, 1902 (Age 22 years)
Death May 3, 1903 (Age 22 years)
Note:

Transcribed with permission from the Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise dated May 09, 1903, Reverse image microfilm copy.

(Note: spelling of last name is different also) FATAL ACCIDENT

Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Transcribed with permission from the Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise dated May 09, 1903, Reverse image microfilm copy.

(Note: spelling of last name is different also) FATAL ACCIDENT

Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Emil Rauhart was drowned in a tank on her father's premises in the Priddy Community. The report received by the Eagle is to the effect that Mrs. Rauhart had been very sick, but was convalescing and walked to tank in company with some small children. Being weak from sickness she fainted and fell into the water and was drowned before the children could summons help.

Mrs. Rauhart was formerly Miss Eugenia Schuster and was married to Mr. Rauhart about five months ago. She was a daughter of Mr. R. Schuster, one of the old settlers of the community. The family stands high and the fact that the funeral Monday was attended by all of the people of that community and for five miles around shows in what high esteem she was held. There were sixty-five vehicles in the procession, besides many on horseback. The funeral services were held by Rev. Arch Lewis, at the cemetery.

The young husband and the parents of the deceased Lady have the undivided sympathy of us all.

-=-=-=-=-=eagle1903-=-=-=-==- was drowned in a tank on her father's premises in the Priddy Community. The report received by the Eagle is to the effect that Mrs. Rauhart had been very sick, but was convalescing and walked to tank in company with some small children. Being weak from sickness she fainted and fell into the water and was drowned before the children could summons help.

Mrs. Rauhart was formerly Miss Eugenia Schuster and was married to Mr. Rauhart about five months ago. She was a daughter of Mr. R. Schuster, one of the old settlers of the community. The family stands high and the fact that the funeral Monday was attended by all of the people of that community and for five miles around shows in what high esteem she was held. There were sixty-five vehicles in the procession, besides many on horseback. The funeral services were held by Rev. Arch Lewis, at the cemetery.

The young husband and the parents of the deceased Lady have the undivided sympathy of us all. -=-=-=-=-=eagle1903-=-=-=-==-

Burial
Note:

Birth: May 11, 1880 Death: May 3, 1903

She is buried in this cemetery and was in a well marked with a hard to read headstone. Her obituary just said a cemetery in Priddy - She is the daugther of R. Schuster and newly wed wife of Mr. Emil Rauhut(Rauhart?) Listed in The Zion Lutheran Church "Centennial Directory" 1889-1989

Burial: Zion Lutheran Cemetery Priddy Mills County Texas, USA


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Marriage: June 11, 1879Aleman, Hamiton Co, Texas, USA
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Family with Emil H. Rauhut - View this family
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Marriage: November 23, 1902St John Lutheran Church, Priddy, Texas, USA

Death

Transcribed with permission from the Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise dated May 09, 1903, Reverse image microfilm copy.

(Note: spelling of last name is different also) FATAL ACCIDENT

Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Transcribed with permission from the Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise dated May 09, 1903, Reverse image microfilm copy.

(Note: spelling of last name is different also) FATAL ACCIDENT

Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Emil Rauhart was drowned in a tank on her father's premises in the Priddy Community. The report received by the Eagle is to the effect that Mrs. Rauhart had been very sick, but was convalescing and walked to tank in company with some small children. Being weak from sickness she fainted and fell into the water and was drowned before the children could summons help.

Mrs. Rauhart was formerly Miss Eugenia Schuster and was married to Mr. Rauhart about five months ago. She was a daughter of Mr. R. Schuster, one of the old settlers of the community. The family stands high and the fact that the funeral Monday was attended by all of the people of that community and for five miles around shows in what high esteem she was held. There were sixty-five vehicles in the procession, besides many on horseback. The funeral services were held by Rev. Arch Lewis, at the cemetery.

The young husband and the parents of the deceased Lady have the undivided sympathy of us all.

-=-=-=-=-=eagle1903-=-=-=-==- was drowned in a tank on her father's premises in the Priddy Community. The report received by the Eagle is to the effect that Mrs. Rauhart had been very sick, but was convalescing and walked to tank in company with some small children. Being weak from sickness she fainted and fell into the water and was drowned before the children could summons help.

Mrs. Rauhart was formerly Miss Eugenia Schuster and was married to Mr. Rauhart about five months ago. She was a daughter of Mr. R. Schuster, one of the old settlers of the community. The family stands high and the fact that the funeral Monday was attended by all of the people of that community and for five miles around shows in what high esteem she was held. There were sixty-five vehicles in the procession, besides many on horseback. The funeral services were held by Rev. Arch Lewis, at the cemetery.

The young husband and the parents of the deceased Lady have the undivided sympathy of us all. -=-=-=-=-=eagle1903-=-=-=-==-

Burial

Birth: May 11, 1880 Death: May 3, 1903

She is buried in this cemetery and was in a well marked with a hard to read headstone. Her obituary just said a cemetery in Priddy - She is the daugther of R. Schuster and newly wed wife of Mr. Emil Rauhut(Rauhart?) Listed in The Zion Lutheran Church "Centennial Directory" 1889-1989

Burial: Zion Lutheran Cemetery Priddy Mills County Texas, USA

Note

Jac H SCHUSTER

5403 Quail Creek Drive McKinney, TX 75070

Submission Search: 895330-0611100194429

Transcribed with permission from the Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise dated May 09, 1903, Reverse image microfilm copy.?(Note: spelling of last name is different also) FATAL ACCIDENT?Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Emil Rauhart was drowned in a tank on her father's premises in the Priddy Community. The report received by the Eagle is to the effect that Mrs. Rauhart had been very sick, but was convalescing and walked to tank in company with some small children. Being weak from sickness she fainted and fell into the water and was drowned before the children could summons help.??Mrs. Rauhart was formerly Miss Eugenia Schuster and was married to Mr. Rauhart about five months ago. She was a daughter of Mr. R. Schuster, one of the old settlers of the community. The family stands high and the fact that the funeral Monday was attended by all of the people of that community and for five miles around shows in what high esteem she was held. There were sixty-five vehicles in the procession, besides many on horseback. The funeral services were held by Rev. Arch Lewis, at the cemetery.??The young husband and the parents of the deceased Lady have the undivided sympathy of us all. -=-=-=-=-=eagle1903-=-=-=-==-?----9.8.2006-

Note

Jac H SCHUSTER

5403 Quail Creek Drive McKinney, TX 75070

Submission Search: 895330-0611100194429

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  1. Generation 1
    1. Eugenia Schuster, daughter of Rudolph Schuster and Emilia Schrank, was born on May 11, 1880 and died on May 3, 1903 in Priddy, Mills County, Texas at the age of 22. She married Emil H. Rauhut on November 23, 1902 in St John Lutheran Church, Priddy, Texas.