Moad Oates - Person Sheet
Moad Oates - Person Sheet
NameHENSCHKE, Louise Hulda , G Grandmother
Birth29 Apr 1892, Krondorf, SA34,35,36
Christen29 May 1892, Bethany, SA34 Age: <1
Death15 Oct 1947, Angaston, SA37,30,38,39,40 Age: 55
Burial16 Oct 1847, Angaston, SA30,39,38
Godparent 1Phillipp Schultz32
Godparent 2Gottlob Schmidt32
Godparent 3Hulda Schultz32
Godparent 4Mith. Kernig32
FatherHENSCHKE, Johann Gottfried (1856-1905)
MotherKOCH, Marie Elisabeth (1859-1931)
Louise Hulda HENSCHKE43

Hulda was 22 when she married her husband Conrad Lehmann and they lived on the Vine Vale road. They had a vineyard, which was in three separate blocks about half a mile apart. In the early years Conrad exempted his children from school for four weeks so they could help to pick the grapes. Hulda milked cows and had fowls, which helped to pay for the groceries. Mr Mutton used to come around once a week with his buggy and horses to collect the eggs and butter in exchange for groceries. To keep the cream cool Conrad would put it in a bucket and wind it down on a rope into a well. The cows were kept in a hilly paddock where the children had to chop out the salvation jane so that the grass could grow It was just a massive blue area. The cows would find their own way there and the children would close the gate on their way to school. Con and Hulda got their mail from Angaston and went to church at Bethany with Pastor Roehrs. In later years Hulda's mother lived with them until she died and was buried at the Krondorf cemetery alongside her husband who was only in his 40s when he passed away.
Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Thu 23 Oct 194740

LEHMANN.— On October 15, at her
residence, Angaston, Louisa Hulda, dearly
beloved wife of Con Lehmana. Aged 55

Leader (Angaston, SA : 1918 - 1954) Thu 30 Oct 194738

Mrs Con Lehmann, 55, Vine
Vale, who died at her home on
October 15, was the younger
daughter of late Mr and Mrs J.
G. Henschke, Krondorf, and was
born on April 29, 1892. Late
Pastor G. A. Heidenreich bap-
tized and confirmed her. She
and Mr Conrad Lehmann, Vine
Vale, were married by Rev. H.
F. W. Roehrs on April 16, 1915.
She was of quiet disposition and
kindly nature. Her health be-
gan to decline about 3 years ago.
Early this year she was in Ang-
aston Hospital for about 10
weeks and improved. A daugh-
ter, Sister Ivy Lehmann, cared
for her. She had a relapse on
October 6.
She wa.s a member of St. Pet-
ri Church, Nuriootpa, and Rev.
R. Held ministered at the funer-
al in Angaston Cemetery on Oc-
tober 16. Bearers were Messrs
W. Pech. F. Kurtz, R. Nelder, A.
Andretzke, J. Tamke and H. Fal-
kenberg. Left with Mr Lehmann
are 3 sons and 5 daughters; Ed-
gar, Mallala; Walter, Angaston;
Victor, Vine Vale; Sister Ivy
Lehmann, Jamestown; Mrs H.
E. Moad, Orange, NSW; Mrs H.
Wurst, Lyrup; Mrs A. Niejalke,
Tanunda; and Dora, Vine Vale.
One child predeceased her.
Their is one grandchild; also a
brother and a sister.

News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954) Wed 15 Oct 194739

LEHMANN.-On October 15, at her
residence, Angaston. Louisa Hulda, the
dearly beloved wife of Con Lehmann;
aged 55 years.

LEHMANN.--The Friends of the late
respectfully informed that her Funeral
will Leave her late Residence at Angas-
ton at 3 p.m. on THURSDAY (16th) for
the Angaston Cemetery.
PAUL R. GRAETZ. Funeral Director.
Angaston. Phone 73.
1LEHMANN, Wilhelm Conrad 25, G Grandfather
Birth28 Apr 1882, South Angas Park, SA26,27,28
MemoDeath certificate says Vine Vale, SA
Christen7 May 1882, Bethany, SA26 Age: <1
Death10 May 1959, Angaston, SA29,30,31 Age: 77
Burial11 May 1959, Angaston, SA29,30,31
Godparent 1Gottlieb Lehmann32
Godparent 2Henry Ahrens32
Godparent 3Caroline Lehmann32
FatherLEHMANN, Christian Friedrich Wilhelm (1856-1932)
MotherAHRENS, Amalie Bertha (1857-1928)
Marriage16 Apr 1915, Bethany, SA41,42
ChildrenRosa Hulda (1916-1967)
 Dora Frieda (1917-2002)
 Wanda Elisabeth (1918-1975)
 Ivy Sophie (1920-2008)
 Hilda Bertha (1921-2007)
 Edgar Wilhelm (1923-1997)
 Melva Louise (Died as Infant) (1925-1925)
 Walter Gordon (1927-1987)
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