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Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 15 Jul 2006 1:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HAASE
Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

I am looking for any information for Liborius HAASE.
He arrived at Port of New York and went to Wisconsin in 1854, the ship sailed from Bremen, Germany.
Wife's name? He may have married twice. Dorothea & Catharine?
Children's names... birth & death dates?
I am looking to link him as the father of Martin HAASE who was born 9 April 1860 in Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin.
Martin's wife was Dina / Dena / Bernardina according to censuses.

dduncan1 (at) rcn (dot) com

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 1:15AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haase
My Husband is a decendent of Liborius Haase. He came to the U.S. On July 5, 1854 and settled in the town of Lake. His Wife is Dorothea is the same age as Liborius. They had three daughters... Catharina born in 1848 Marie Ellis, information unknown and Christina, born in 1850. Their son, Martin Haase Sr. Was born April 9, 1860 in New Coeln Wi.
I would be happy to send more info if your still interested.
Barbara Haase

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 12:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haase
Some years back I was doing research on this family for a friend of mine. I have attached photos of Liborius Haase's gravestone which was deeply buried and is very eroded. A volunteer who lives in the area of the cemetery kindly unearthed the stone and sent me photos of it. There is a second name on the gravestone "Katharina".

St. Stephen's Cemetery, New Coeln, Wisconsin
Looks to me like it says:
At top: Hier ruhet or Hier rust
LIBORIUS HASSE
??? 10 Juli 18
??? 28 Mai 1907
KATHARINA HASSE
??? 3 Marz 1821
??? 19 Dez 18_9
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Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 1:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haase
This is what I have on Liborius, his father is Casper / Kaspar:

Declaration of Intent
State of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Co.
Liborius Haase personally appeared before the subscriber, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County, being a Court of Record, and made oath that he was born in Prussia on or about the Year Eighteen hundred and twenty one that he emigrated to the United States, and landed at the Port of New York on or about the month of June in the Year Eighteen Hundred and fifty four that it is bona-fide his intention to become a Citizen of the United States, and to RENOUNCE FOREVER all allegiance and fidelity to any Foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatever, and particularly to Frederick William 4 King of Prussia whereof he is a subject.
Subscribed and sworn to the 9th day of October A. D. 1856.
Matthew Keenan, Clerk
Signed: Liborius Haase
By: J. P. Bauder, Deputy

No Petition for Naturalization was found. Is far as I can tell, Liborious did not finish the process of becoming a citizen.

St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, New Coeln (Milwaukee), Wisconsin
St. Stephen’s is the last remnant of the 1840 German settlement of New Coeln, and the church’s wood carvings are said to be world famous.
Two fires at the Church destroyed sacrament records and cemetery files.

Death Record for Liborius Haase:
Received from State of Wisconsin Vital Records, Madison, Wisconsin
1. Full name of deceased: Liborius Haase
2. Maiden name (if wife or widow): -- [Not Applicable]
3. Color and sex: White, Male
4. Race: Caucasian
5. Occupation of deceased: Retired Farmer
6. Age: 88 Years, 10 Months, 18 days
7. Name of father: Casper Haase
8. Birthplace of father: Germany
9. Name of mother: -- [Blank]
10. Birthplace of mother: Ditto [Germany]
11. Birthplace of deceased: Ditto [Germany]
12. Date of birth of deceased: July 10, 1818
13. Condition: Widowed
14. Name of wife: -- [Blank]
15. Date of death: 5/28-07
16. Cause of death: Senile Debility
17. Duration of desease: 1 Week
18. Place of death: Town Lake
19. Residence at time of death: Town Lake
20. Was deceased ever a U.S. soldier? -- [Blank]
21. Name of physician, coroner or justice: C. H. Lewis
22. Residence of such person [the above]: Milwaukee
23. Name of undertaker: Joseph Scheroff
24. No. and date of burial permit: 151 - 5/29-07
25. Place of burial: St. Stevens Cem., Town Lake [St. Stephens]
26. Date of certificate: 5/28-07
27. Date of registration: 7/5-07

I did not find an obituary.

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 1:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haase, Hasse, Hasback, Hasbach
I have not found Liborius' wife's name as "Dorothea". As far as I know, it's Catharina / Katharina.

http://pilot.familysearch.org has the marriage of Liborius' daughter, spelled "Margaretha Hase" which has her father's name as Liborius HASE and her mother's name as Catherine HASBACK / Catharine HASBACH.

There might have been a daughter named Catharina born abt 1848 or perhaps it's Dorothea? My notes on her are unclear. Sorry.

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 2:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
New York Passenger Lists
District of New York - Port of New York
Ship: Texas
Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
Port of Arrival: New York
Arrival Date: 5 July 1854
Deck Passengers:
HAASE, Liborius / Age: 33 / Man / Farmer
HAASE, Dorothea / Age: 33 / Woman
HAASE, Catharina / Age: 6 / Child
HAASE, Maria Elisabeth / Baby / Died on the voyage: died on the 4 of July
HAASE, Christina / Age: 4 / Child
The country to which they severally belong: Kreuzeler - [I believe this is the town of Kreuzweiler in Rhineland, Germany. Located south of Koln (Cologne)]
The country to which they intend to become inhabitants: Wisconsin

[The ship’s manifest may have a mistake with the names. From what I’ve found - Catharina should be the wife and perhaps Dorothea should be the daughter.]

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 26 Jun 2010 2:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
The 1860 Census has children who aren't on the ship's manifest with Liborius.
From the results on the familysearch website they seen to be WIPPERFIELD, WIPPERFELD, WIPPERFELDT, WIPPINFIELD, various spellings. - Needs to be sorted out.

1860 US Census: Lake, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Post Office: New Coeln
HASSE, Laborious - 41 - M - Farmer - Prussia
HASSE, Catharine - 42 - F - Prussia
HASSE, Peter - 10 - M - Wisconsin - [WIPPERFELD - married Joan/Johanna FISCHER]
HASSE, Christina - 9 - F - Wisconsin
HASSE, Eliza - 7 - F - Wisconsin - [WIPPERFELDT - married William LAWLER]
HASSE, Ellen - 4 - F - Wisconsin - [WIPPINFIELD - married Frank JOERRES]
HASSE, Mary - 2 - F - Wisconsin
HASSE, Margret - 2 - F - Wisconsin
HASSE, Martin - 3/12 - M - Wisconsin

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 3 Jul 2010 3:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
I show an entry in the seventh volume of Germans in America This reference book of "passengers lists"

Date of Entry : July 5, 1854 Name of ship "Texas"
Port of leaving: Bremen...ort of Entry: "New York"
Liborius 33 male... Farmer...Germany... going to Wi.
Dorothea..33...Female
Catharina...6 Female
Marie Elis...0...Female
Christina... 4... Female

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 3 Jul 2010 9:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
The German's in America book was transcribed from the original passenger list (which is available on Ancestry.com). According to what you typed, the book is missing some critical information... the death on July 4th and full name "Maria Elisabeth" and the place from which they came "KREUZELER".

Liborius' wife is "Catharine/Katharina" on all other documents and the gravestone.

Re: Liborius / Laborius HAASE of Lake Town, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin

Posted: 4 Jul 2010 3:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haase
Thank you very much for the information. I'm going to try and get to the cemetry and see what I can find. I'm pretty sure that Dina is burried there. I'll let you know what I find out.
I did not do the work on the Haase Family. A family Nun did it and most everything in it refers to the church and church records.
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