Louis Henschel


Louis Henschel

From Calumet county marriage records:
Louis Henschel and Adella Thiesen (v.4 p.34)
Married Jan. 6, 1904 in religious ceremony in Town of New Holstein
Louis Henschel
Son of Louis Henschel and Louise Buchmann
Farmer –born Town of Russell, Sheboygan County
Adella Thiessen
Daughter of Thies Thiesen and Margaret Jansen
Born Town of New Holstein
Witnesses Adam Henschel, Linda Thiesen, Emil Thiel and Emma Henschel
From Calumet county death records:
Louis Henschel (v.11 p.491)
Husband of Adella
Oct. 18, 1869-Oct. 5, 1945
Son of Louis Henschel and Louisa Buchman, both born Germany
Born Town of Russell, Sheboygan County –farmer 
Died from “myocardial degeneration”
Buried at New Holstein Cemetery

Rosina Henschel (Mrs. Carl Henschel) in the center

The girl standing in the back on the left Is Amalia Henschel Brieske. 
The other one is probably Mary Henschel Kramer.
********* 1870 Sheboygan County Census Name: Carl Henschel Birth Year: abt 1837 Age in 1870: 33 Birthplace: Saxonia Home in 1870: Rhine, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: Post Office: Russell Household Members: Name: Age: Carl Henschel 33 Rosina Henschel 30 Carl Henschel 9 Henricke Henschel 7 Dolph Henschel 5 Mary Henschel 2 Hatharoay John 10 ********** Elkhart Lake—Mrs. Charles Henschel, one of the oldest settlers of this area, died last Wednesday at the home of her son, Jacob Henchel, after a lengthy illness. She was born January 11, 1836 in Germany and lived to be 72 years. At the age of 17 she came to America and to Sheboygan County with her parents. Her marriage produced 10 children of which 2 preceded her in death. Her husband passed away several years ago. She is survived by the following children; Mrs. John Koeppel(Kessel) of Town Rhine; Mrs. John Kraemer and Mrs. Wm. Brieske of Elkhart Lake; Mrs. Wm. Meyer of Stockbridge; Adolph Henschel of Glenbeulah; Gustave Henschel of Town Russell and John Henschel on the homestead; also 20 grandchildren. The funeral is from the home of the deceased and burial is in the Town Russell cemetery with Pastor Kreuter officiating. Plymouth Post, October 20, 1917 Birth: Jan. 11, 1839 Death: Oct. 10, 1917 ********* Henrietta Henschel Kessel (1863 - 1949) Adolf G. Henschel (1865 - 1948) Mary M. Henschel Kramer (1868 - 1941) Amalia Henschel Brieske (1871 - 1965) Gustave Henschel (1875 - 1957) John Henschel (1878 - 1936) Jacob J. Henschel (1881 - 1935)


Philipp Henschel


Caroline (Siegmund) Henschel

From Sheboygan county marriage records:
Philipp Henschel and Caroline Siegmund (v.7 p.516)
Dec. 14, 1897 in German Evangelical Church, Town of Russell
Philipp Henschel
Son of Louis Henschel and Louise Buchmann
Born Town of Russell, Sheboygan County –laborer 
Caroline Siegmund
Daughter of John Siegmund and Rosina Klump
Born Town of Rhine, Sheboygan County
Witnesses Otto Siegmund, Karl Henschel, Maggie Meyer and Lena Siegmund
(NOTE: There is a photo for a Siegmund which could be Caroline or a sister)
From Sheboygan county death records:
Philip Henschel (v.39 p.20)
[husband of Caroline Siegmund]
Aug. 18, 1872-June 29, 1935
Son of Louis Henschel and Louisa Buchmann (both born Town of Russell)
Born Town of Russell -farmer 
Died from "myocardial degeneration, 1930"
Buried at Elkhart Lake Cemetery, Town of Rhine
Philip Henschel, 63, died suddenly this morning at 9 o'clock at his home at 
Elkhart Lake. 
He was born August 18, 1872, in the town of Russell, the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Louis Henschel. On December 14, 1897, he was united in marriage 
to Miss Caroline Sigmund who preceded him in death four months ago. 
After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Henschel lived in Kiel for a short time 
from where they moved to a farm in Glenbeulah for four years and later to a 
farm in the town of Russell where they resided for seven years. For the past 17 
years they have made their home in Elkhart Lake. 
Survivors are four brothers, George and Jacob of Kiel, Louis of New Holstein 
and Adam of Milwaukee; three sisters, Mrs. Robert Mathes, Mrs. John Rochlus 
and Mrs. Jacob Rochlus, all of Milwaukee. His parents and one brother 
preceded him in death. 
Sheboygan Press June 29, 1935 
From Sheboygan county death records:
Caroline Henschel nee Siegmund (v.38 p.437)
Wife of Philip Henschel
Dec. 7, 1873-Feb. 20, 1935
Daughter of John Siegmund and Josina Klump
Born Town of Rhine, Sheboygan County
Died from “myocardial degeneration, 1925 –left side heart failure, 
   one week previous to death –arteriosclerosis, 1920”
Name of cemetery is not given but is likely the Elkhart Lake Cemetery
Elkhart Lake-Funeral services for Mrs. Philip Henschel who died at 
her home here Wednesday morning after a four weeks' illness, will be held 
at the Henschel home and later at st. John's Evangelical church with the Rev. 
Carl Nagel officiating. Burial will be made in Elkhart Lake cemetery. 
Mrs. Henschel was Miss Carolyn Siegmund before her marriage and was 
born December 7, 1873. On December 14, 1897 she was married to Phillip 
Henschel and the couple made their home at Kiel. They then moved to a farm in 
Greenbush where they lived four years, after which they moved to town of Russell 
where they resided seven years. For the past seventeen years the couple lived 
in Elkhart Lake. 
Survivors are her husband, Philip Henschel, a brother, Otto Siegmund of town 
of Rhine and a sister, Mrs. Valentine Conrad. Another brother, Jake Siegmund, 
preceded her in death. Mrs. Henschel was a member of the Ladies' Aid society. 
Sheboygan Press February 21, 1935 
1880 United States Federal Census Sheboygan co.
Name: Rosina Siegmund 
Home in 1880: Rhine, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 
Age: 38 
Estimated birth year: abt 1842 
Birthplace: Prussia 
Relation to Head of Household: Wife 
Spouse's name: John 
Father's birthplace: Prussia 
Mother's birthplace: Hesse D. 
Occupation: Keeps House 
Marital Status: Married 
Race: White 
Gender: Female 
Household Members: Name Age 
John Siegmund 44 
Rosina Siegmund 38 
Jacob Siegmund 20 
Otto Siegmund 18 
Hannah Siegmund 13 
Caroline Siegmund 6