Person:Samuel Hauck (1)

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m. 27 Sep 1851
  1. William Hauckabt 1852 -
  2. Hannah Hauck1853 - 1907
  3. Washington Hauckabt 1856 -
  4. Samuel W. Hauck1858 -
  5. Sarah "Sallie" Hauck1860 - 1912
  6. Harrison W. Hauck1865 - 1955
  7. Harrison Hauckabt 1866 -
  8. Francis Hauck1868 -
  9. Anna Hauck1870 -
  10. Lena Hauck1872 -
  11. Emma Hauck1875 -
m. 1878
  1. Andora Hauckabt 1880 -
  2. Mamie Hauck1883 -
Facts and Events
Name Samuel W. Hauck
Alt Name Samuel Hauck
Gender Male
Birth[1] 5 Sep 1858 Zieglerville, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[2] 4 Jun 1860 Frederick, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United Stateswith parents
Census[3] 12 Jul 1870 Marlborough, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United Statesnear Hoppenville; with parents
Marriage 1878 to Mary Schuler
Occupation[4] 1880 tailor
Census[4] 9 Jun 1880 Lower Salford, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation[5] 1900 clothing manufacturer
Census[5] 7 Jun 1900 Lower Salford, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation[6] 1910 salesman in clothing store
Census[6] 2 May 1910 Franconia (township), Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States24 Franklin Avenue
Occupation[7] 1920 superintendent at vest factory
Census[7] 14 Feb 1920 Souderton, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States28 Franklin Avenue

From Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by Samuel T. Wiley, editor, (Philadelphia: Biographical Publishing Company, 1895):

"Samuel Hauck, one of the foremost business men of Harleysville, is an example of the self-made man. He is at present at the head of a thriving manufacturing business, which he has successfully conducted for many years. He was born at Zeiglersville on September 5, 1858, and is a son of Joshua W. Hauck and Sophia Weand. He comes from good old Pennsylvania German and his wife from German ancestry. His paternal grandfather was born in Frederick township, on November 12, 1787. He was a prominent man in his community, and was a leading Democrat in the politics of the county. He was a staunch member of the Reformed church, and was the father of eleven children, as follows: Malinda, wife of George Adleman; Peter, married Sallie Freyer; Charles, married Susanna Zimmerman; Hetty, married Isaac Bowman; George, married Hannah Koch; Betsy, married Aaron Zern; Kate, married Philip Sell; Gusta, died at the age of one year and eight months; Hannah, died in infancy; and Daniel, single, died at the age of twenty-two years.

Mr. Hauck’s father was born in Frederick township on July 7, 1827, and died February 20, 1883. He was educated in the public schools and then learned the trade of tailor at the Swamp. When the Civil war broke out in 1861, he enlisted and served three full years with distinction. He was in the heat of the fight in numerous battles, among them being that of Gettysburg. After returning from the war he resumed his business as a tailor, first a Zeiglersville and later at Perkiomenville. He was a Democrat in politics, and a member of the Reformed church. He was also a prominent member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the Knights of Pythias. Mr. Hauck, senior, is the father of eleven children, as follows: William, Hannah, George, Samuel, the subject of this sketch; Sally, Joshua, who is dead; Harry, Francis, Anna, Lessa and Emma.

Mr. Samuel Hauck secured a liberal education in the public schools, graduating at the age of seventeen, and learned the tailoring business under his father at Perkiomenville. He remained with his father three years and then started in business for himself at Harleysville in 1886. He commenced business in a small way, but, backed by a strong perseverance and plenty of ambition, he rapidly worked up to the head of a very important business, until at present his trade amonts [sic] to over $25,000 a year. He manufactures for the city trade, and employs a large force of hands.

In politics Mr. Hauck follows in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, being a staunch Democrat. He is a member of the Reformed church, and takes great interest in the affairs of the church. He is also a prominent member of Lodge No. 558, F. and A. M., of Lansdale; Perkiomenville Lodge No. 367, I. O. O. F.; and the Junior Order United American Mechanics, No. 18.

Mr. Hauck married Mary, the daughter of Henry and Mary Schuler, and they have had two children: Andora, who died young, and Mamie, who was born on June 11, 1883. Mr. Hauck is very happy in his family life, and is also highly respected in the community as a business man and a citizen."

References
  1. Wiley, Samuel T. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania: containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with an introductory historical sketch. (Philadelphia: Biographical Pub. Co., 1895), pages 356-357.
  2. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Roll: M653_1145; Page: 49: Samuel Hauck, age 2, born Pennsylvania

  3. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Roll: M593_1377; Page: 596:

    Haugh Joshua, age 40, male, white, tailor, $200 personal estate, born Pa., male US citizen

    Sophia, age 38, female, white, keeping house, born Pa.

    Samuel, age 14, male, white, born Pa., attended school

    Sarah, age 12, female, white, born Pa., attended school

    Francis, age 3, male, white, born Pa.

    Harrison, age 5, male, white, born Pa.

  4. 4.0 4.1 United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Roll: T9_1158; ED15; Page: 302C:

    Houck Samuel, white, male, 21, married, tailor, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna.

    Mary, white, female, 22, wife, married, keeping house, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna.

  5. 5.0 5.1 United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624).

    Roll: T623 1443; ED223, Page: 5B:

    Hauck, Samuel, head, white, male, born Sept 1858, age 41, married at age 22, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, clothing manufacturer, 0 months unemployed, can read, can write, can speak English, owns property, free of mortgage, farm, farm schedule 40

    ---, Mary, wife, white, female, born Jan 1858, age 42, married at age 22, mother of 2 children, 1 child living, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can read, can write, can speak English

    ---, Samuel, boarder, white, male, born Oct 1889, age 10, single, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, at school, attended school 7 months, can read, can write, can speak English

    Schuler, Emma, boarder, white, female, May 1866, 34, single, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, coat maker, 0 months umemployed, can read, can write, can speak English

    Hendericks, Elresa, boarder, white, female, born Oct 1883, age 16, single, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can read, can write, can speak English born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can read, can write, can speak English

    Schuler, Mary, boarder, white, female, born Mar 1831, age 69, widow, mother of 4 children, 3 living children, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, cannot read, cannot write, cannot speak English

  6. 6.0 6.1 United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623).

    Roll: T624_1379; ED148; Page: 18A, line 38 to 41:

    NOTE: Although the street name is difficult to read on this page of the census, it is clearly "Franklin" on the next page

    Hauck Samuel, head, male, white, age 51, married once for 30 years, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna., speaks English, salesman, clothing store, worker, 0 months unemployed, can read, can write, owns home, free of mortgage

    --- Mary, wife, female, white, age 52, married once for 30 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna., speaks English, no occupation, can read, can write

    --- Mamie, daughter, female, white, age 26, single, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna., speaks English, teacher, music, 0 months unemployed, can read, can write

    Schuler Mary, mother-in-law, female, white, age 79, widowed, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Pennsylvania, father born Penna., mother born Penna., speaks German, no occupation, can read, can write

  7. 7.0 7.1 United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625).

    Roll: T625_1605; ED174; Page: 16B; lines 70 - 72:

    Hauck Samuel W., head, owns home, free of mortgage, male, white, age 51, married, can read, can write, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can speak English, superintendent, vest factory

    --- Mary, wife, female, white, age 62, married, can read, can write, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can speak English, no occupation

    Schuler Mary, boarder, female, white, age 88, married, can read, can write, born Pennsylvania, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Pennsylvania, can speak English, no occupation