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Agatha Heinzelman

Agatha Heinzelman

Female 1844 - 1873

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  • Name  Agatha Heinzelman 
    Born  27 Apr 1844 
    Gender  Female 
    _UID  83C34387A82136438FD904758EB153854A22 
    Buried  Mar 1873  St. Jacob's Church Cemetery, Blue Creek, Dearborn County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Huber, Agatha (nee Heinzelman) (1844-1873) Headstone
    Huber, Agatha (nee Heinzelman) (1844-1873) Headstone
    Agatha
    Frau von (wife of)
    Jakob Huber
    Geborne Heinzelman (born Heinzelman)
    Geb. d. 27 April 1844 (Geboren - born 27 April 1844)
    Gest. d. 19 März 1873 (Gestorben - died 19 March 1873)
    Alt 28 Jahr 10 Mo & 22 Tag. (Age 28 years 10 months 22 days)
    Huber, Jacob (1840-1925) and Fredericka (nee Krull) (1844-1908) and Agatha (nee Heinzelman) (1844-1873) Headstone
    Huber, Jacob (1840-1925) and Fredericka (nee Krull) (1844-1908) and Agatha (nee Heinzelman) (1844-1873) Headstone
    J. Huber
    Jacob Huber
    1840-1925

    Fredericka
    1844-1908

    Agatha
    1844-1873

    Although Agatha, Jacob's first wife, has another headstone, she is also included on this stone.
    Died  19 Mar 1873  Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I487  Page-Dumroese
    Last Modified  17 Oct 2013 

    Family  Jacob Huber,   b. 6 Feb 1840, Highland Township, Franklin County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Jul 1925 
    Married  27 Feb 1862 
    Family ID  F187  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Mar 1873 - St. Jacob's Church Cemetery, Blue Creek, Dearborn County, Indiana Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 19 Mar 1873 - Indiana Link to Google Earth
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    St. Jacob's Church and Cemetery, Dearborn County,
    St. Jacob's Church and Cemetery, Dearborn County, (5)
    St. Jacob's Church and Cemetery, Dearborn County, Indiana
    St. Jacob's Church, Dearborn County, Indiana
    St. Jacob's Church, Dearborn County, Indiana (10)
    Also known as the Blue Creek Church, this church sits near the border of Franklin and Dearborn counties and is the final resting place for many of our ancestral Hubers, Zieglers, Hoffs, and others.