Here are obits on Hettie & Charles Krausse. His second wife,Anna Heye, died June 24 1922 in San Antonio. She is also buried in Galveston but in Key cemetery. Her obit states survivors are husb, sons Charles McKee Krausse and Gustave Heye Krausse who is a student at UT.
Galveston Daily News Wednesday April 15 1896:
DEATH OF MRS CHARLES KRAUSSE
On Monday night, at 11.30 o'clock, after a
lingering illness of many months, death
claimed all that was mortal of Mrs. Hettle
McKee, wife of Mr. Charles Krausse and
niece of Dr. W. H. Baldlinger of this city.
The deceased was only 29 years of age and
a native of Galveston, where all her life
was spent. A devoted husband, an idolized
child, as yet too young to fully realize its
loss, a loving mother, sister and brother
are left to mourn, and the sympathy of a
large circle of friends and acquaintances
goes out to them In their dark hour of
sorrow. The interment will occur this
morning at 11 o'clock from the family residence,
on avenue J (*could be Ave I*), between Twenty-fourth and
twenty fifth streets.
GALVESTON DAILY NEWS
Monday Nov 28 1927
FORMER GALVESTON BUSINESS MAN DIES
FUNERAL SERIVCE FOR
C. A. KRAUSSE TO BE
Charles A. Krausse, 60 years old,
well-known business man of San
Antonio, and former resident of
Galveston,died at 4:45 o'clock yes-
terday morning at San Antonio,
after an illness of several months.
The body will be brought to Galveston
for funeral and interment.
Funeral services will be held from,
the residence of Otto Heye, 1226
Avenue Ave E, at 4 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. Rev. Harry M. Kellam,
pastor of Trinity Episcopal Church,
will officiate. Interment will follow-
at Evergreen Cemetery.
Mr.Krausse, before moving to
San Antonio, was active in Galves-
ton business and social activities.
He was vice president of the firm
of Ullman,Stern & Krausse
wholesale-grocers. He had been a
member of the Sealy Rifles, and
held the rank of a lieutenant with
that organization. Mr. Krausse
was twice married. His first wife
was Miss Hettie McKee,daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. James
McKee of Galveston. His second
wife was Miss Anna Heye, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Heye, also of
Mr.Krausse was born In Brownsville
sixty years ago and had been
associated with Morris Stern for thirty-
seven years after going
from Brownsville to Galveston,
where he started as bookkeeper for
Gus Heye & Co. in 1905.
When the firm of Ullman Stern
& Krausse was formed by taking
over the business of Ullman, Lewis
Co. of Galveston. Mr. Krausse
was elected vice president and
treasurer and he held that position
until his death. Ten years ago,
when Ullman, Stern & Krausse
bought the Walker-Moore Grocery
Company in San Antonio. Mr.
Krausse moved to San Antonio with
his family. Mrs. Krausse died five
He is survived by two sons,
Charles McKee Krausse and Gus
H. Krausse, both of San Antonio;
also by his sisters Mrs. Al. G. Wei-
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BUSINESS MAN DIES
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hener of Chicago, Mrs. Carl Lowd-
en of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Marlon
White. Tishomlngo, Ok,, and Miss
Martha Krausse of Brownsville; by
his brothers, Louis E. Krausse of
Dallas and George Krausse of
Pallbearers will be:
Honorary; Worthy Boyd, Mart
Royston. H. O. Stein, Maco Stew-
art, Fred W. Catterall, Dr. Edward
Randall Sr.,Fred Erhard,Victor
Davison, F. H. Colby, John Hanna,
Sealy Hutchinson, Robert I.Cohen,
Joseph A.Benson,R.L.Sherrard, Jas Byrne, F. Andler, all of Galveston; Morris Stern, A, L. Wright,
J.Lewis,B.G. Barnes, Cal Stern,
Dr. J. S. Lankford, Joe Frost,
Tom Frost,L. L. Lentz, Ernest
Brown, Thomas R. Lentz, Dr. W. B.
Rufs, Joe J.Nix, all of San Antonio;
A. C. Bering Sr., R.L. Neal
Houston; John F. Lubben, Dallas;
M. Ullmann, New York City.
Active pallbearers: Norman J.
Bering, Louis Krausse, Rudolf
Krausse, Houston; Louis Runge Jr..
Oscar Lange, Stanley Marks, Jack
McKenzie, Eugene Arnold, Galveston.