Johanna Maria Huberta (Jeanette) Baenen (1494)Jeanette Baenen


Vader:         Franciscus Josephus Joannes Baenen (52)

Moeder:      Clara Antonia Huberta van der Vaart (34)

Geboren: 5 jan 1838 te 's-Hertogenbosch
  getuigen: haar oom Joannes Arnoldus Henricus van der Vaart (17) en haar aangetrouwd oom Antonius Petrus Bolsius (58)


Emigratie naar Amerika in 1855


Trouwt te Chicago met Edward Moritz Laessig (11329)  

          j Baenen      EM Laessig


Zoon:  10 mrt 1858 Edward M. Laessig [11332] Green Bay, Brown Co
Dochter: 5 jul 1859 Mary Laessig [11333, Chicago
Zoon:  3 mrt 1863 Henry F. Ernest Laessig [11334] Chicago
Dochter: 9 dec 1864 Augusta (Gustie) Laessig [11335] Chicago
Dochter: 15 mei 1867 Francisca Philomena (Minnie) Laessig [11336] Green Bay, Brown Co
Dochter: 22 jul 1869 Cornelia Huberta Laessig [11337] Green Bay, Brown Co
Zoon:  29 jun 1871 Ferdinand (Fred) Laessig [11338] Green Bay, Brown Co
Zoon:  30 mrt 1873 Francis Hubert (Frank) Laessig [11339] Green Bay, Brown Co
Zoon:  28 apr 1875 Charles Hubert (Carl) Laessig [11340] Green Bay, Brown Co
Zoon:  2 apr 1877 Louis (Stoner) Laessig [11341] Town of Eau Pleine, Marathon Co
Dochter: 24 mrt 1879 Julia Laessig [11342] Town of Eau Pleine, Marathon Co
Dochter: 16 mrt 1881 Anna Margaret Laessig [11343] Town of Eau Pleine, Marathon Co



  Mrs. John Van Oss of Green Bay, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Ed Laessig, left Saturday, accompanied by her sister, for Merrill to visit Mrs. Laessigs daughter




Overleden (86 jaar oud)  13 mei 1924 Stratford
Begraven te Stratford Eau Pleine Cemetery St.Joseph Cath.Church


May 23, 1924 THE STRATFORD JOURNAL Volume 11, Number 21
On Thursday, May 15 occurred the funeral of
Mrs. Ed Laessig Sr. an old resident of the town of Eau Pleine, born in Holland on January 5, 1835 (6 Jan. 1836 in other records) and at the time of her demise was 86 years 4 months and 8 days old.
She came to this country in 1854 and at the age of 19 married Ed Laessig. To the fortunate couple were born eleven children, six boys and five girls. The family moved to Webertown in 1882 and the home has been there ever since.
Mr. Laessig passed away in 1916 (actually 10 April 1915) since which time Mrs. Laessig has kept up the home for her son Louis. The deceased had the honourable distinction of having 10 grand sons in the world war all of whom came back safely.
The survivors are five sons, Henry, Fred, Frank, Charles, and Louis all of Stratford and four daughters, Mrs. Mary Ruder, Merrill, Mrs. John Kissinger, Victoria, Canada, Mrs. M.B. Wagner, Stratford, and Mrs. Dan Vandehey of Loyal, besides 74 grand children and 33 great grand children.
Mrs. Laessig was a splendid example of our old type settlers, thrifty, of high character and always ready to do good.
The last rites were heard at the Catholic church with Rev. Fr. Schumacher officiating. Internment in the Catholic Cemetery, Stratford.




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