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Descendants of Frederick L. Henning




Generation No. 1


1. FREDERICK L.1 HENNING was born May 01, 1829 in Germany, and died January 21, 1921 in McCausland, IA. He married (1) LOUISE ISALO. He married (2) JENNIE LOGSTRUP.

Notes for F
REDERICK L. HENNING:
Old Settler Dies Today At M'Causland, IA.
F. Henning, 92 Years Old, Passes Away Early This Morning

McCausland, Ia, Jan 21. (Special.) -- Frederick Henning, 92 years old, passed away at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Emma Helble, at 6 o'clock this morning. Death was due to old age.

Born in Germany on May 1, 1829, Mr. Henning was educated in that country. In his early twenties,
Mr. Henning came to America, settling in Davenport. After a few years residence in that city he
moved to McCausland and he has resided here since.

Forty-five years ago Mr. Henning was united in marriage to Miss Jennie Logstiup, who preceded
him in death 21 years ago.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Helble, and four sons, Louis, Otto, Fred and Charles. Seventeen
grandchildren and four great grandchildren allso survive.

The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon with services in the Methodist church. Burial will be made
at the McCausland cemetery.

SOURCE: Davenport Democrat & Leader, Friday Evening, 21 Jan 1921, page 6
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McCausland

McCausland, Ia., Jan 27 -- The funeral of Frederick Henning was held from the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Emma Helbe Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock with services at the M. F. church here at
2 o'clock, Rev. C. H. Byers officiating. The pall bearers were: John Broderius, Henry Helberg, F. J.
Lessin, Wm. Helble, Peter Jurgens and Leonard Litscher, Sr.

Mr. Henning was born in Germany May 1st, 1829, being 91 years, 8 months and 21 days old. He
received his education in the country schools and at the age of 14 years he took a four-year course
in blacksmithing. After he attained the age of 21 years as was customary in that country, he served
3 years in the army in the artillery, receiving well-deserved credit for alertness and obedience. At
the age of 25 years he came with his father to this country, where he settled in Boston, Mass.
There he met and married his first wife, Louise Isalo, and to this union were born one son Charles.

From there they came to Davenport where he practiced the blacksmith trade for about 14 years
after which he moved to Buffalo township on a farm, hoping to benefit his wife's health, but to no
avail for she passed away soon afterward.

Several years later he met and married Jennie Logstrup and to this union were born four children,
Otto, Louis, Mrs. Emma Helble and Fred. He also leaves to mourn his loss, 19 grand children and 5
great grand children.

SOURCE: The Advertiser, Clinton, Ia., Thursday, 27 Jan 1921
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Hold Funeral for Pioneer Resident of M'Causland, Ia.

McCausland, Iowa, Jan 26 (Special). The funeral of Frederick Henning was held from the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Emma Helble, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with services at the M. E. church,
Rev. C. H. Byers officiating. Interment was in the McCausland Cemetery.

The pallbearers were John Broderius, Henry Helberg, J. J. Lessin, William Helble, Peter Jurgens,
and Leonard Litscher, Sr.

The deceased was born in Germany May 1, 1829, having attained the age of 91 years. His long life
was filled with many thrilling experiences as well as adversities and hardships. He received his
education in the country schools of Germany and at the age of 14 entered into apprenticeship as a
blacksmith. After he attained his 21st year, as was customary in that country, he served in the
army in the artillery for three years, receiving well deserved credit for alertness and obedience. At
the age of 15 he came to this country with his father, landing in Boston, Mass., where he met and
married his first wife, Louise Isalo. To this union were born one child, Charles. From there they
came to Davenport, where he was an efficient blacksmith for 14 years. He then moved to Buffalo
township on a farm hoping to benefit his wife's health, but to no avail as she soon passed away.
Several years later he married Jennie Logstrup, who preceded him in death 21 years ago. To this
union were born four children, Otto, Louis, Mrs. Emma Helble and Fred.

SOURCE: Davenport Democrat & Leader, 26 Jan 1921, Page 11, Column 5
     
Child of F
REDERICK HENNING and LOUISE ISALO is:
2. i.   CHARLES2 HENNING, b. May 27, 1854, Boston, Mass; d. May 15, 1933, Davenport, Iowa; Scott County.
     
Children of FREDERICK HENNING and JENNIE LOGSTRUP are:
  ii.   OTTO2 HENNING.
  iii.   LOUIS HENNING.
  iv.   EMMA HENNING.
  v.   FRED HENNING.



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