Duenweg's of Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana and Lake Maxinkuckee
John Duenweg b. d. 1880 married Friedrika Auga Mebus b. 1820 - Sachsen, Germany d. 16 May 1893 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,they had:
+1 - Louis Duenweg b. abt. 1837 near Cologne,Germany; m. Catherine van Schellenbeck
+2 - Hugo Herman Duenweg b. Jan 1841 - Burscheid, Germany; m. Anna L Seeburger
+3 - Leo E Duenweg b. Jul 1842 - Rhine, Saxony; m. Emma Schmitz
+4 - Eugene Duenweg b. Mar 1844 - Rhine, Saxony; m. Wilhelmina Minnie Glass
5 - Adaline H Duenweg b. 1845 Germany; m. Hajo F. Reiners
+6 - Hedwig Elvira Duenweg b. 1866 Sachsen, Germany; m. Robert E Huthsteiner
1 - Louis Duenweg
b. abt. 1837 near Cologne,Germany married May 7 1864 Catherine van Schellenbeck b. 1842 Cologne Germany Prussia d. 9 May 1930 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana buried 12 MAY 1930 in Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana
they have the following children :
7 - Matilda DUENWEG b. 1865 d. 10 Sep 1911 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana buried Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute
11 Oct 12 - Word has been received in this city of the death of Miss Matilda Duenweg of Terre Haute
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Deunwef and well known to Logansport visitors at Lake
Maxinkuckee - Logansport Chronicle.
8 - Otto E. DUENWEG b. c. 1867 d. 14 Aug. 1908 Manitou Springs, Colorado
+9 - Louis DUENWEG b. Aug 1871 Indiana
+10 - Anna R. DUENWEG was born 1874/1880 Indiana
11 - Bertha DUENWEG m. L. W. Ott of Indianapolis now a resident of California
2 - Hugo Herman Duenweg b. Jan 1841 - Burscheid, Germany d. 8 Mar 1923 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,married Anna L Seeburger b. Jul 1848 Indiana,d. 30 Nov 1927 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,d/o Louis
HUGO DUENWEG, city treasurer, Terre Haute, is a native of Prussia, Germany, where he was born in the year 1841, and at
the age of seventeen years, or in 1858, he emigrated to the United States, and located at Terre Haute, where he shortly
after entered the employ of Mr. BROKAW, carpet dealer, in the capacity of clerk, and remained with him until April, 1861. He then entered the army under Col. Lew WALLACE, in Co. C, 11th Ind. Vol Inf., three months' service. At the expiration of this term of enlistment he again enlisted in Co. E, 32d reg. Ind. Vol. Inf., three years' service, under Col. A. WILLICH. He was made orderly sergeant, promoted to second lieutenant and again promoted to first lieutenant, and at the death of the captain he took command of the company. During his service he participated in many of the heavy battles that were fought during the rebellion, among which may be mentioned: the battles of Munfordsville, Shiloh, Corinth, Liberty Gap, Murfreesboro and afterward the succession of battles of the Atlanta campaign. In September of 1864 he was mustered out of the service and returned to Terre Haute. The same year he was appointed deputy revenue collector of the seventh Indiana district and continued in that capacity until October, 1866, when he engaged in private business, but in April, 1869, he again assumed the duties of deputy collector, continuing in the service of the government until May 20, 1873, when he again resumed private business. In May, 1877, he was elected to the office of city treasurer and reelected again in May, 1879, and is now discharging the duties of his second term. He has been faithf ul in the discharge of his duties as a public officer, and has, as yet, given the people no cause to regret their choice in placing him in the position he now occupies. - HISTORY OF VIGO AND PARKE COUNTIES Together With Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley H.W. Beckwith - 1880 Terre Haute - p. 273
12 - Rose E Duenweg
13 - Caroline F Duenweg
14 - Walter S Duenweg b. 1869 d. 1926 buried Highland Cemetery Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana
American State Bank of Terre Haute Officers & board members were Walter S DUENWEG...
16 - Flora Lois Duenweg
17 - Julia H Duenweg
18 - Rhea L Duenweg
19 - Paul H Duenweg
20 - Anita Duenweg
3 - Leo E Duenweg b. Jul 1842 - Rhine, Saxony d. 16 Feb 1909 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,married Emma Schmitz b. Feb 1852 - Prussia d. Feb 1923 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,d/o J ulis & Regina Schmitz had:
21 - Lena Duenweg
22 - Cora Duenweg
4 - Eugene Duenweg b. Mar 1844 - Rhine, Saxony d. 19 Mar 1902 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, married
Wilhelmina Minnie Glass b. Jan 1853 - Weisenstadt, Bayern, Germany d. 7 Nov 1921 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,
EUGENE DUENWEG, Terre Haute, has been agent for the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company for about one year, and by his enterprise and good management this branch has been brought to an important stand as one of the industries of the city. Since he engaged in the business he has built, near the Indianapolis & St. Louis railroad depot, an icehouse with a capacity of about ninety-six tons, which is also used as a store-house. To operate this business, which is gradually increasing, Mr. DUENWEG gives employment to from two to four men. Mr. DUENWEG is a native of the province of Rhine, Germany. He has now been a resident of Terre Haute for the past thirteen years, to which place he came direct from Europe. He first began work in this city by accepting a position in the Vandalia railroad shops. Leaving the shops he began work for the wholesale firm of H ulman & Cox, as receiving clerk. He held this position a little over one year, and resigned to open and operate the Easter brewery. He did not remain in the brewery quite one year, when, in 1877, he accepted the position as deputy city treasurer, under his brother Hugo, a position that he is still holding, and discharging his duties in a proper and satisfactory manner, though he also does an extensive outside business, as explained. - HISTORY OF VIGO AND PARKE COUNTIES Together With Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley
H.W. Beckwith - 1880 Terre Haute - p. 315
EUGENE DUENWEG Throughout many years of his active life Eugene Duenweg was connected with many of the leading business
institutions of Terre Haute and his name therefore fills an important niche in the history of its industrial development
He was born in the Rhine province of Germany, March 15, 1844, but his death occured in Terre Haute. The city in which he ahd so long lived and labored, March 20, 1902.
In his native land he learned the carriage and harness maker's trade, andworked at those callings until he enlisted int he German army in 1862. In 1866 her served in the Austrian war, and in the following year, 1867, he came to the United States and to Terre Haute, where he first secured employment in the lumber yards of the Vandalia Railroad Company.
Later he was with Bement & Company, a wholesale grocery house, for three years, was with the H ulman & Cox company for one year, and then accepted the superintendency of the Moses Ester Brewing Company. This was the beginning of his later successful career as a brewer.
It was during his deputyship in the city treasurer's office, to which he was appointed in 1877 and served six years, that he accepted the position of manager for the Joseph Schlitz Brewing company's interest in Terre Haute, remaining with that corportation until the spring of 1897. In 1898 he became the manager of the Miller Breding company's interest in this city and continued in theat position until his death. This brewing company was also of Milwaukee.
On the 8th of March 1873, Mr. Duenweg married Minnie, the daughter of Fritz and Mary (Frautner) Glass, who were born in
Germany, as was also Mrs. Duenweg, January 20, 1853, and she survives her husband. The following children were born to
Mr. and Mrs. Duneweg: Marie, Toni, Alma, Max J., Freda, Minnie, Eugene, Carl, Rudolph, and Robert L. The eldest daughter, Marie married Carl M.Reynolds and resideds in Terre Huate. The second born is deceased.
Max J., the eldest son, was born in Terre Huate, January 4, 1880 and after attending its grade and high schools pursued a course in the Commercial college. His first entrance into the buisness world was with the Central Manufacturing company, under the supervision of his uncle Mr. Louis Duneweg. In 1898 he became an assistant to his father in the office of the Miller Brewing company's agency, and succeded the elder Mr. Duenweg at his death. - pg. 494-5 1908 Greater Terre Haute and Vigo County closing the first century's history of city and county, showing the growth of
their people, industries and wealth By Charles Cochran Oakey
23 - Maria F Duenweg m. Carl M Reynolds b. 1872
+24 - Max J Duenweg b. 4 Jan 1880 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, d. 23 Feb 1964 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,married: Josephine E Gideon b. 4 Jul 1883 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, d. 10 Dec 1954 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, had Max J. & Eugene G.
25 - Minnie D b. 1884 Indiana, married Edward O Jakle b. 1878 Indiana,s/o Augustus & Lena (Rudy) Jakle
+26 - Rudolph Duenweg b. December 8, 1890 Indiana, Terre Haute, Vigo,Indiana m. Lillian Brown.
27 - Alma L Duenweg b. Feb 1878 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, d. 1939 buried Highland Cmetery Terre Huate, Vigo, Indiana.
28 - Frieda H Duenweg b. 25 Jul 1882 Indiana, married J ulius O Klemt
29 Eugene Duenweg b. 1886 Indiana,d. Apr 1932 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,married Hazel S [-?-] b. 1890 d. Jul 1977 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
30 - Carl O Duenweg b. b. Jan. 14, 1889 Indiana d. Apr. 16, 1935/Mar 1935 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo, Indianam. Irene S. [-?-] b. 1891
31 - Robert L Duenweg b. 5 Oct 1895 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana,
6 - Hedwig Elvira Duenweg b. 1866 Sachsen, Germany; m. Robert Edward Huthsteiner b. Nov. 16, 1871 Channelton, Perry Indiana son of Gustave Jacob & Pa uline Caroline (Weber)Huthsteiner
She was bookkeeper, Jos. Schlitz Brewing and he was Engineer, CEO of Cumming Diesel Engine . They Resided 1880-1890: 213 S 8th St Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.; Resided for a time on Lenox Rd in Schenectady, NY; Residence: 1910 - El Paso, Texas
Freida Huthsteiner b. Sep. 13, 1896 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana d. Aug. 16, 1969 El Paso, Texas.; Stenographer
Elvira Huthsteiner b. 1901 New York
Robert E Eugene Huthsteiner b. Nov. 22 New York d. Mar 11, 1976 El Paso, Texas
m.Polly [-?-] b. 1890 d. 1980 both buried Santa Teresa Cemetery El Paso, Texas. He was an MIT Student, 1925 and was employed by Cummins Electric/Engine Foundation
9 Louis DUENWEG b. Aug 1870/1 Indiana, d. Dec 1924 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana; m. Marie K Coons
b. 6 Apr 1882 d. Nov 1927 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana. Both buried Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute
Lewis Duenweg b. 26 Jul 1915/1916 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana; ?director of training & communications for the Detriot Edison Co. Detriot, Michgian? d. b. 1916 d. 2005 buried Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute
Otto E Duenweg b. 16 Jun 1918 - Vigo, Indiana, d. 2003 d. 2005 buried Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute
Beatrice L. Duenweg b. born January 22, 1913 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana d. July 27, 1989 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana
Beatrice L. Duenweg, 76, of Terre Haute died at 1:45 p.m. Thursday, July 27, 1989 in Union Hospital. She was a
retired Gerstmeyer High School teacher and had worked at Terre Haute North High School.
She was born January 22, 1913, in Terre Haute to Louis Duenweg and Marie Koons Duenweg.
Survivors include two brothers, Otto E. Duenweg of Napoleon, Ohio, and Louis Duenweg of Detroit, Michigan; and
She was a member of the Vigo County Teachers Association.
Services were in the Patrick J. Ryan Funeral Home. Burial was at Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute.
10 - Anna R. DUENWEG was born 1874/1880 Indiana. She appeared in the census Apr 1910 & 1920 in Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana. She died Jan 1924 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana buried Highland Cemetery Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana. Her name also given as Dunney. Given name also appears in birth records of her children as Susan; married 28 Jul 1896 in Marshall Co., Indiana Frank E. TEMPLE divorced before 1920. Children were:
Lois M. TEMPLE, born 31 Jan 1900 Vigo Co., Indiana Book H-6. p. 61 d. 1978; married Robert L. Haig Sr.b. 1897 d. 1983 both buried Highland Cemetery Tere Haute, Indiana
Richard Duenweg. TEMPLE. b.1904 d. 1968
Ruth E. TEMPLE
24 - Max J Duenweg b. 4 Jan 1880 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, d. 23 Feb 1964 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, m. Josephine E Gideon b. 4 Jul 1883 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, d. 10 Dec 1954 Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, they had:
Max J. Duenweg
Eugene G. Duenweg
+26 - Rudolph Duenweg
b. December 8, 1890 Indiana, Terre Haute, Vigo,Indiana 23 Sep 1939 Culver , Marshall, Indiana; m. December 8, 1920 to Lillian Brown b. 1899 d. 1986 Bothe Buried Highland Cemetery
Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana. They had:
Barbara Louise Duenweg
Susanna Gail Duenweg
Listed in the 1887 Terre Haute,Vigo Co. Directory.
Duenweg Alfred, trav agt, Bauermeister & Busch, bds Filbeck House.
Duenweg Carrie F Miss, res 1332 S 2d.
Duenweg Clara Miss, res 709 S 4th.
Duenweg Cora Miss, res 1339 Chestnut.
Duenweg Emma Mrs, res 118 N 12th.
DUENWEG EUGENE, Sole Agent Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co, and Bottler of Taffel
Beer, s e cor 6th and Vandalia R R, res 213 S 8th.
Duenweg Fredricka (wid John). res 213 S 8th.
Duenweg Flora Miss, res 1339 Chestnut.
Duenweg Hattie Miss, res 213 S 8th.
Duenweg Hugo (Finkbiner & Duenweg), res 1332 S 2d.
Duenweg Lena Miss, res 709 S 4th.
Duenweg Leo E, clk E Duenweg, res 213 S 8th.
Duenweg Oskar, teacher of dancing, 205 Ohio, res 709 S 4th.
Duenweg Reinhold J, leather and findings, 205 Ohio, res 709 S 4th.
Duenweg Walter S, res 1332 S 2d.
Finkbiner & Duenweg (Louis Finkbiner, Hugo Duenweg), Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Glass and Builders' Materials, 420 Wabash ave.
FINKBINER & DUENWEG
--- DEALERS IN ---
HARDWARE, GLASS, OILS, PAINTS, IRON FENCES, RUBBER
AND LEATHER BELTING, ETC.
420 Wabash Avenue.
Terre Haute, Ind.
1914 - Jen 24 Louis Duenweg etal to Catherine Duenweg, qgc lots in Rochester club ground
and lots in secs 21 and 28 Union $1.