Person:Harm Laug (3)

m. 17 Apr 1856
  1. Geerd Laug1857 - 1912
  2. William (Geert Wilhelm) Laug1859 - 1939
  3. Mine Laug1861 -
  4. Harm L. Laug1863 - 1953
  5. Henry Laug1866 - 1940
  6. Geert Laug1869 - 1874
  7. Jan Laug1871 -
  • HHarm L. Laug1863 - 1953
  • WSena Laug1864 - 1936
m. 31 Mar 1891
Facts and Events
Name Harm L. Laug
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 12 Nov 1863 Frensdorf, Nordhorn, Germany
Christening? 22 Nov 1863 Nordhorn, Hannover, Preußen, Germany
Immigration[1][6] 8 May 1881 New York, New York, United States
Marriage 31 Mar 1891 Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United Statesto Sena Laug
Death[3][4] 7 Jan 1953 Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States
Burial[4][5] 10 Jan 1953 Coopersville-Polkton Cemetery, Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan


 Harm L. Laug, 89 years old, a retired farmer and resident of the area for seven decades, died early Wednesday morning January 7 at the home of his son, Harold, with whom he had been living.
 Mr. Laug was born November 12, 1863, in Hanover, Germany, and came to the United States when he was 17 years old.  The family settled at Piqua, Ohio, and then he moved to Coopersville.  He was married to Sena Laug, who died December 28, 1936.
 He leaves one son, Harold, and one grandson, Maurice Laug of Chicago, Ill., two great-grandchildren, and one sister in Germany.
 Services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday at the church by Rev. G.J. Rozeboom.  Burial will be in Coopersville.  The body lies in state at the funeral home.
 Source: Coopersville Observer, Thursday, January 8, 1953.

LAUG- Mr. Harm L. Laug, aged 89 years, of Coopersville, passed away at his home early Wednesday morning. Surviving are one son, Harold, with whom he made his home; one grandson, Maurice Laug of Park Forest, Ill., two great grandchildren; one sister in Germany. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Coopersville Reformed church with Rev. G. J. Rozeboom officiating. Interment Coopersville cemetery. Mr. Laug will repose at the Throop Funeral Home until noon Saturday, then he will lie in state at the church. Relatives will meet in the church parlors at 1:45.

 Source:  Grand Rapids Press, Thursday, January 8, 1953.
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Naturalization.

    Ottawa County Michigan Book 4 pg. 175. Includes birth date/place, spouse's name, date of emmigration and immigration. From Rotterdam to New York City aboard the Amsterdam.

  2. Compiler: Theodor Davina. Nordhorn Ev.-ref. Kirchspiel Index und Kirchenbuchtexte Taufen 1851 bis 1900. (1997).

    Record #16028, includes parents.
    Also photocopy of record.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Compiler: County Clerk Grand Haven MI. Ottawa County Michigan Deaths.

    Vol. 27 #297, includes birth date and spouse's name.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Obituary, in Grand Rapids Press. (Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United States).

    Thursday, January 8, 1953.

  5. Find a Grave.

    With tombstone picture.

  6. Theodor Davina, Noordhorn Germany, a genealogist who has published several books of records of Bentheim..

    E-mail 11/28/2000.