Person:Johanna Kraatz (1)

Watchers
  1. Karl Kraatz1831 - 1898
  2. Johanna Maria Henriette Kraatz1845 - 1923
  • HGeorg MeyerABT 1838 - BEF 1880
  • WJohanna Maria Henriette Kraatz1845 - 1923
m. AFT 29 Nov 1862
  1. Anton Carl Max Meyer1862 - 1937
  2. Meta Theresa Meyer1865 - 1889
  3. Franz O. Meyer1866 - 1941
  4. Emma MeyerABT 1870 - bet 1872-1880
  • HGeorge C. Hoge1859 -
  • WJohanna Maria Henriette Kraatz1845 - 1923
m. 11 Jul 1888
Facts and Events
Name Johanna Maria Henriette Kraatz
Immigrant Name Johanna Kratz
Gender Female
Birth[3][1][10] 4 Mar 1845 Neu Lanschvitz bai Kasnevitz, Rügen, Pommeran, Prussia
Marriage AFT 29 Nov 1862 to Georg Meyer
Emigration[4][10] 1872 Putbus, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germanyon the Isle of Rügen
Immigration[2][10] 4 JUN 1872 New York, New York, USAvessel Louise from Hamburg
Census[5] 1880 Winnetka, Cook, Illinois, United States
Marriage 11 Jul 1888 Winnetka, Cook, Illinois, United Statesto George C. Hoge
Census[6] 1900 Winnetka, Cook, Illinois, United Statesnext line to sister-in-law Alvina Kratz
Census[7] 1910 Winnetka, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[8] 1920 Winnetka, New Trier, Cook, Illinois, USA
Death[1][9][10] 8 Feb 1923 Winnetka, Cook, Illinois, United States
Burial[1][10] 10 FEB 1923 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United StatesRosehill Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Johanna Hoge, in Knott Family Death Certificates, Secondary quality.

    Death Certificate No. 16, Cook County, Illinois, New Trier Township, Winnetka, (Primary district 4311)
    Johanna Hoge, resident 829 Elm St., resident of city 50 years
    Died 8 Feb 1923 at 1:30 am
    Johanna Hoge was white female, married, wife of George C. Hoge; b. 4 Mar 1844, died at age 78 years, 11 months, 3 days, at home; b. Putbus Island, Rugen, Germany; father John Kraatz, b Germany, mother [no name] Dummer b. Germany
    Informant M. K. Meyer, 829 Elm St., Winnetka, IL
    Burial 10 Feb 1923, Rosehill Cemetery, Undertaker E. E. Moore Leon L. Hebblethwaite, Evanston, IL
    Filed 10 Feb 1923

  2. Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957. (Database on-line: Ancestry.com, 1857-1858), Primary quality.

    the sailing vessel Louise from Hamburg arrived at New York 4 June 1872 with passengers
    Meyer, Georg, age 37, male, brickmaker, from Germany, to United States, steerage
    , Johanna, 29, female, wife
    Max 7.5, male, son
    Meta, 7.5, female, daughter
    Franz, 6, male, son
    Emma, 2, female, daughter

  3. Localities > North America > United States > States > Illinois > Counties > Cook > Max Meyer of Winnetka, in Rootsweb Message Boards, Secondary quality.
  4. Max Meyer, Civic Leader, in Knott Family websites, Secondary quality.
  5. Winetka, Cook, Illinois; FHL#1254202; NA#T9-0202, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Johanna MYER, Head, Widow, Female, White, age 36, born PRUSSIA, Seamstress, both parents b. PRUSSIA
    Max, Son, Male White, age 17, b. PRUSSIA, At School, both parents b. PRUSSIA
    Martha, Dau, Female White, age 15, b. PRUSSIA, At School, both parents PRUSSIA
    Frank, Son, Single, Male White, age 13, b. PRUSSIA, At School, both parents b. PRUSSIA

  6. Illinois, Cook County, New Trier, ED 1173, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 19, Fam 19, Primary quality.

    Hoge, George, head, b. Sept 1859, 40, m. 12 years, b. German, both parents b. Germany, immigrated 1886, Dept. Manager general store, able to read, write, speak English, owns home free of mtg
    , Johanna, wife, b. Mar 1845, 55, m. 12 yrs, 8 children 2 living, b. Germany, both parents b. Germany, immigrated 1872, able to read, write and speak English

  7. Illinois, Cook, New Trier (Winnetka), ED 56, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), HH 212, Fam 217, Primary quality.

    Hoge, George, 50, m1 22 yrs, b. Germany, both parents b. Germany, immigrated 1889, naturalized, speaks English, manager grocery store, able to read and write, owns home w/ mtg
    , Johanna, wife, 64, m2 22 yrs, 2 children 2 living, b. Germany, both parents b. Germany, immigrated 1872, speaks English, able to read and write

  8. Illinois, Cook, New Trier, Winnetka, ED 129, in United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625), HH 80, Fam 84, Primary quality.

    829 Elm St.,
    Meyer, Max Karl, head, owns free of mortgage, white male, age 56, married, immigrated 1872, Naturalized 1883, able to read and write English, first language German, born Germany, both parents born Germany, able to speak English, President of Bank, self employed
    Hage, Johanna, mother, 74, Divorced, immigrated 1872, Naturalized, able to read and write, b. Germany, both parents b. Germany, speaks English
    Gruber [indexed as Guiher], Magdalene, nurse, 25, single, immigrated 1912, Papers, b. Germany, speaks English

    Listed as divorced, but husband may just have not returned from Germany.

  9. Illinois, United States. Database of Illinois Death Certificates, 1916–1950, Secondary quality.

    HOGE, JOHANNA, Female/White, age UNK, Certificate #0160621, Date of Death 1923-02-08, COOK County, WINNETKA, Filed 23-02-10

  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Johanna Hoge, in Knott Family Obituaries, Primary quality.

    Winnetka Talk, 17 Feb 1923
    Mrs. Johanna Hoge Was Resident Here 50 Years
    Last Saturday the funeral service for Mrs. Johanna Hoge was held at the residence of her son, M. K. Meyer, 829 Elm street, where she had been living during the last years of her life.
    At the service Dr. J. W. F. Davies stated that Mrs. Hoge was born and lived on the Island of Rugen, Germany, up to the time that the family immigrated to the United States in 1872. Coming to Winnetka in June of that year, she has been a resident of the village for the past fifty years. She was the youngest and is the last of a family of six boys and one girl. Of her own family of eight children, two sons survive Max Karl Meyer of Winnetka, and Frank O. Meyer of Huntington Park, California. Three granddaughters and three great-grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Hoge was in her 79th year.
    Burial was at Rosehill