Lehmann Henschke - Person Sheet
Lehmann Henschke - Person Sheet
NameREINHOLTZ, Juliane Marie Emma
Birth1 Nov 1832, Röstock, Mecklenburg-Schwerin48913,1203
Immigration9 Aug 1850, ‘Sophie’3411 Age: 17
Death25 Feb 1915, Horsham, Vic48913,1203,49045 Age: 82
BurialHorsham, Vic1203
The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) Tue 2 Mar 191549045


The late Mrs. M. J. Pull, whose
death on Thursday night was briefly
mentioned in Friday's "Horsham
Times," was born at Rostock, Ger-
many, on November 1, 1832, and emi
grated to Australia in the ship Sophia
with her parerts, in the year 1848.
The party landed in Adeldide after a
five months' voyage, and settled in
Morphet Vale, where the deceased mar-
ried her life's partner, the late Mr W.
Puls, in 1851, and by whom she was
predeceased by 11 years. The late
Mr. and Mrs. Puls spent about 20
years in tihe Adelaide district, Mr.
Puls following farming, and in 1871
they migrated to the Wimmera, settl-
ing in the Dooen district, where the
family held land for the past 41 years.
The late Mrs. Puls was of a generous
disposition, and performed many acts
of Christian kindness in an unostenta-
tious way. She and her husband saw
the development of the district as few
now living had seen it. They were,
among other settlers, original subscri-
bers to the '" Horsham Times', a paper
of which they had been constant rea-
ders to the end of their days. The
issue of the marriage was 14 children,
one of whom, an infant girl, died in
South Australia. The surviving mem-
bers of the family are as follow :--Mr.
F. Puls, Kronkup, W.A.; Mr. G. Puls,
Broughton; Mr. H. Puls, Macorna;
Mrs. J. Ahles, Bungalally; Mrs. F.
Hartmann, Vectis ; Mr. A. Puls, Great
Western; Messrs G. and W. Puls,
Horsham; Messrs Max, Joseph, and
Richard Puls, Melbourne; and Mr. H.
and Miss A. Puls, who were living with
their mother to the last. Deceased
also leaves 65 grandchildren, and six
great great grandchildren. The late
Mrs.Puls could vividly recall the time
when Horsham consisted of about half
a-dozen huts, and when emus, kan-
garoos, wallabies, wild turkeys and an
occasional band of aborigines lent pic-
turesqle color to the plains, on which
she was one of the first settlers. A
striking feature of the family relation
ship was the devotion of the children
to their parent, it being their custom
to gather from distant places every
year to be present at the birthday
celebration. The funeral took place
on Saturday afternoon, moving from
the residence, Dooen, to the Horsham
Cemetery. There was a large attend~
ance of friends of the family. Six
sons, Henry, Gus, Alfred, William,
George, and Joseph, acted as pall
bearers, and Pastor Lohe, of Natimuk,
read the burial service. The mortu-
ary arrangements were in the hands of
Mr. W., F. Allan.
Birth25 Mar 1817, Schleswig-Holstein48913,263,1203
Death7 Feb 1904, Horsham, Vic48913,1203 Age: 86
BurialHorsham, Vic1203
Marriage1 Apr 1851, Morphett Vale, SA11857
ChildrenJohann Heinrich Andreas (1851-1926)
 Friedrich Julius (1853-1930)
 Hermann Adolph (1855-1939)
 Julie Marie (1857-1947)
 Gustav Adolph (1859-1936)
 Emma Louisa (1861-1863)
 Alfred (1865-1951)
 Georg Johannes (1867-1941)
 Franz Joseph (1875-1965)
 Richard Werner (1879-1957)
 Anna Margarethe (1886-)
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