RobbHaas Family Pages
Foulke - Haas - Robbins - Worthen Families
Caroline Whetstone ID0385
|Home||Pedigree Chart||Haas Family||Whetstone Family||Sources||Images|
|Parents - Heinrich||Valentine Haas and Elisabetha Becker -|
|Parents - Caroline||John Whetstone and Hannah Heckart -|
|Children||August | Frank | Elizabeth | John | Mary | Jacob | Hannah | Anna | Valentine | Stepson ??? ||
For the Most up-to-date information
Timeline Family Group Sheet (Updated 26 May 2013 )
29 Oct 1846 Heinrich Born - Niederhausen, Germany - S1, S3 page 16, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, 1 Nov 1846 Heinrich Baptized - Niederhausen, Germany - S1, S3 page 20, 8 Sep 1849 Caroline Born - Crawford County, Ohio S3 page 16, S6, S8, S17, S18, S19, S20, S21, 19 May 1866 Heinrich Emigrated from Hamburg, Germany on board SS Teutonia - RobbHaas Web Page, Emigration/Immigration Page 14 June 1866 Heinrich Immigrated to New York, New York - Emigration/Immigration Page, aft 14 June 1866 Heinrich Residence - Fulton County, Ohio - S4 page 5, 1 June 1868 Heinrich Naturalization - Oath of Allegiance Fulton County, Ohio - S15, Bet 1870-1880 Heinrich's Mother Dies - Fulton County, Ohio 5 Nov 1874 Married - Williams County, Ohio S3 page 15-16, S4 page 10-12, S11, S20, S28, S33,
A license was acquired but not acted upon - 23 Sept 1873 - Fulton County, Ohio - S28, S34,
Bet 1875 and 1882 Residence: Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio S3 page 16, 1876 Son Frank S. born - Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio 1878 Daughter Elizabeth born - Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio 26 Oct 1879 Son John born - Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio 1880 US Census: Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio S6, 11 Aug 1880 Caroline's Mother Dies - Williams County, Ohio 7 Oct 1880 Heinrich Naturalization - Defiance County, Ohio S16, 1880-1900 Occupation Henry: Farmer - S6, S8, 1882-1900 Residence: Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio S3 page 16, Cal 30 July 1882 Daughter Mary Born - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio Cal 1 Jan 1884 Son Jacob Born - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio Cal 3 Feb 1886 Daughter Anna Born - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio 23 Jan 1888 Daughter Hannah H. Born - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio 1888 8 May 1888 - Daughter Anna Dies - Measles
10 May 1888 - Son Jacob Dies - Measles
11 May 1888 - Daughter Mary Dies - Measles
2 Oct 1890 Son Valentine Wallace Born - Ohio 29 Aug 1894 Son August Born - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio 13 Aug 1897 Heinrich's father Dies - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio 1900 US Census: 814 Harrison St., Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio - S8, Aft 1900 Residence: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio S3 page 16, About 1900 Heirloom - Doiley Created by Caroline S23, 1 Nov 1903 Caroline's Father Dies - Williams County, Ohio 13 Dec 1904 Daughter Hannah H. Dies - Williams County, Ohio 17 Dec 1904 Heinrich Dies - Williams County, Ohio S3 page 16, S4, S9, S11, S12,
20 Dec 1904 Heinrich Buried: Zion Cemetery - Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio S3 page 16, S4, S9, S11,
Find a Grave Page - No Stone
1910 US Census, Caroline: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio - S24, 1910 Occupation, Caroline: Houseworker doing day work - Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio - S24, 1910-1920 Education, Caroline: Not able to read or write but could speak English - S24, About 1917 Residence, Caroline: Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana - S25,
Note: Caroline lived with Son August and family at the 17th St House for a time - The house had a back porch that went across the entire length of the back of the house. There was a door in Bedroom #2 where the south window is located. This was used by the mother of August (Caroline Whetstone Haas ID0385) while she lived with them. This door was later removed and replaced by a window
1920 US Census: Caroline is living with son John and his Family - Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana S26, 19 Dec 1921 Mabel Haas arrested for assault on Caroline Haas S41, 1921-1922 Caroline - Residence: 200 E. 8th St., Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana S29, Bef Jan 1928 Daughter Elizabeth Dies - 21 Jan 1928 Caroline Dies - Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana S4, S11, S20, S21, S22, S39, Obituary,
Buried: Zion Cemetery - Williams County, Ohio S3 page 16, S4, S20, S21, I15,
Find a Grave Page - No Stone
29 Oct 1936 Son John Dies - 17 July 1943 Son August Dies - Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana 15 Aug 1966 Son Valentine Wallace Dies - Williams County, Ohio Heinrich: FamilySearch ID: M2FS-VDM - Link, Caroline: FamilySearch ID: M2FS-VD4 - Link, Photos of Caroline - Images Heinrich also know as: Henry S6, - Heinr S5, Some Comments from Mike, ID0452: Email of 19 Jan 2013
Just for the record, Caroline Whetstone also spoke German, specifically Pennsy-Deitsch and it was probably her "birth" language. Mother Said that August and Caroline frequently spoke German together which angered Mabel because she thought they were talking about her and didn't want her to know what they were saying.
Until I was 8 or 10 years old I thought that the Haas's came from Holland. Mother corrected me but I remember August saying that he spoke "Dutch". Even then I knew about wooden shoes, windmills, etc. and assumed he meant Holland.
Regarding the time I sat on August's lap and played with his knife and watch chain: About a year ago I was visiting my Amish friends to get milk, bread, etc. The women were in the process of cutting a hog backbone into chops. Their meatsaw was very dull and they were having a hard time, so I started helping them. One of the girls (28 years old) referred to the saw as "stoomp". Suddenly, 68 years melted away and I recalled August saying that if I got my own knife it would have to be "stoomp", which means dull. I vaguely remember him saying other words to me I didn't understand. I think he may have been introducing me to his other language, but I' m not 100% sure about that. I do know he never spoke in German to Mother or taught her any words, although I'm certain he was fluent. German may have actually been his birth language. Again, I think Mabel's aversion to German was the reason for this.
Had he lived a normal lifespan, you and I may have learned a little Pennsy-Deitch along the way!
Children http://sites.rootsmagic.com/robbhaas2/index.php August Haas ID0377 - - Frank Haas ID0464 (1875-1936 - Death Certificate - I14 |
- Spouse: Nancy Keturah Rogers, ID2187
- Glen Edward Haas, ID1195 (1909-1968) -
- Charles Elmer Haas, ID0581 (1911-1994) -
- Nellie Irene Haas, ID5236 (1913-1917) - Obituary -
- Albert Evan Haas, ID0580 (1916-1986) -
- Martha Ilene Haas, ID1197 (1920-1987) -
- Dorothy Haas, ID7045 (1925-1925) - Birth Certificate - Death Certificate -
- Billy R. Haas, ID4708 (1931-)
Elizabeth Haas ID0465 I14 |
Born: 1878 Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio
Spouse: James Gleason - Married 16 May 1896, Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Died: Bef Jan 1928
John Haas ID0466
Born: 28 Oct 1879 - Franklin, Fulton County, Ohio S31,
Alt Birth: 1 Oct 1879: S32,
Description: Tall, Slender build, Blue Eyes, Black hair S32,
Spouse: Nora Mae Fine, (born 11 Oct 1880 - Died 10 June 1956) - Married 18 Sept 1902, Gaston, Delaware County, Indiana
- Corma Lucretia ID0472 - My RootsMagic Page
- Walter Cecil ID0474 - My RootsMagic Page
- George Frederick ID1198 - My RootsMagic Family Page
- Charles Weiland ID1199 - My RootsMagic Page
- Bessie Ethel ID1200 - My RootsMagic Page
- Lois Isabelle ID0475 -
- John, Jr ID0476 - My RootsMagic Family Page
1921-22, Residence: Mock Ave. near 17th, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana S29,
Died: 29 Oct 1936 - Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana - Death Certificate,
Buried: Elm Ridge Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana - Find A Grave Page
Images, John: I13,
Images, Lois, ID0475: I13,
Mary Haas ID0471
Born: Cal 30 Jul 1882 - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Died: 11 May 1888 - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio (Cause: Measles)
Burial: Riverside Cemetery - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Jacob Haas ID0470
Born: Cal 1 Jan 1884 - Defiance County, Ohio
Died: 10 May 1888 - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio (Cause: Measles)
Burial: Riverside Cemetery - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Hannah Haas ID0467
Born: 23 Jan 1888 - Defiance County, Ohio S9,
Died: 13 Dec 1904 - Williams County, Ohio S9,
Buried: Zion Cemetery - Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio S9, - Find a Grave Page - No Stone - Grave 4
Anna Haas ID0469
Born: Cal 3 Feb 1886 - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Died: 8 May 1888 - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio - (Cause: Measles)
Burial: Riverside Cemetery - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio
Valentine Wallace "Wallie" Haas ID0468 -
Born: 2 Oct 1890 S27,
Spouse: Bertha P. Williams Haas ID0578 - 1891-1933 - Married 15 June 1912 S37,
- Elizabeth Mae Haas ID0579, I7,
- Clarissa Ann Haas ID2216
1900 - Residence, with parents - Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio S8,
1910 - Residence, with Mother and brother - Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio S24,
1920, 1930 - Residence: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio (US Census)
Other Sources available: Ohio Deaths 1958-2007; WW 1 Draft Registration; WW2 Draft Registration (Ancestry.com)
Died: 15 Aug 1966 - Williams County, Ohio S27,
Burial: Both buried in Zion Cemetery, Williams County, Ohio Row 5 - S2 page 50, I10,
Valentine, Find a Grave Page -
Bertha, Find a Grave Page -
Stepson of Heinrich ?? (1) (7) S9, Family Group Sheet (Updated ) FamilySearch ID: Link,
Heinrich Obituary: "He leaves a wife 4 sons and one daughter a stepson . . ."
Hannah Obituary: "she leaves a father, mother, five brothers, one sister . . ."(6)
Heinrich was 28 and Caroline 25 when they married in 1874. It is quite conceivable that either or both of them could have been married previously.
It is also quite possible that Caroline had this son out of wedlock.(4), (5): S35,
Possible previous marriage for Caroline 12 Dec 1867 (The age is about right - she would have been 18 at the time)
- Marriage Record
- 1870 Census: S36,
- Caroline is shown in the 1870 Census living with her parents(2)
From the way it sounds in the obituaries above the stepson must have been a son of Caroline(3) S24,
- 1900 Census: She had 10 children and 7 are living(3) (She only had 9 with Heinrich) S8,
- The following children of Heinrich/Caroline were living in 1900: Frank, Elizabeth, Hannah, John, Valentine and August
- So that leaves one child unaccounted for
- 1910 Census: She had 9 children and 5 are living
- The following children of Heinrich/Caroline were living in 1910: Frank, Elizabeth, John, Valentine and August
There is 9 yr. old boy, William F. Krouse, living on or near the John Whetstone household in 1880. I always thought this was John William Krauss, ID2042, the son of John George Krauss, ID2041 and Elizabeth Whetstone Krauss, ID0477. This boy would be about the right age for him to have been a son of Caroline instead.
(1) Thanks Mike, ID0452!! I had somehow overlooked the stepson reference in Heinrich's obituary and the reference to the number of siblings in Hannah's obituary, but Mike saw it and made the connection.
(2) There are many cases of people being shown in 2 or more different locations and households in the census
(3) The information in a census record can vary due to who gave the information to the enumerator - 1900 may have been Caroline and 1910 may have been someone else, maybe not even a family member.
(4) I did a search for "Caroline Whetstone" in the Ohio Marriages on FamilySearch and located this record. Things fit.
(5) I located an 1860 Census record for the possible husband of Caroline
(6) The children of Heinrich/Caroline living in 1904 were: Frank, John, Valentine, August and Elizabeth - leaving one son unaccounted for
(7) I only offer the information above as a possibility - Much further research needs to be conducted
(Click for larger View)
(To Magnify larger image - use CTRL + )
S1 Birth and Marriage Record: Birth Record for Heinrich Haas ID0384, Marriage Record Transcription for Valentin Haas ID0388 and Elisabetha Becker ID0389. Archives of the Evangelical Church in Rhineland, Archivstelle Koblenz. 9 Nov 1983. Acc001856/ Ph8952-001 to 002.jpg (4 Images) RobbHaas Web Page S2 Book: Cemetery Records - Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio. Bryan, Ohio: Williams County Genealogical Society, 1992. Bk3518. S3 Book: Marjorie Van Couwenberghe [ID0381] and Wilma Lucas [ID0379], Haas Family, The: Including Fischer, Hain, Heckert & Whetstone families c1630 to 1983 (December 1983). Bk3396/Doc3185.pdf S4 Book: Lucas, Wilma, The Haas Family, 1992. (Jonesboro, Indiana: Author, 1992; Bk3397/Doc3186.pdf S5
S6 1880 US Census: Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio. SD-1, ED 242, Page 17 (Penned) 252 (Stamped). Dwelling 165, Family 165, Line 6, Henry Haas. Original Data: NARA, T9_1012. www.ancestry.com, Accessed 25 Nov 2006. Acc000706/ Doc3781.pdf
1) Henry Haas: White male - 34 years old - farm laborer - Born in Prussia - Parents born in Prussia
2) Caroline Haas: White Female - 31 years old and wife of Henry - Keeping house - Born in Ohio and her parents were born in Ohio.
3) Frank Haas: 4 yr old white male, son of head, Single, Born in Ohio, Father in Prussia, Mother in Ohio
4) Elizabeth Haas: White female - 2 years old Daughter - single - living in parents household - Born in Ohio - Father in Prussia - Mother in Ohio.
5) John Haas: White male born in Oct (8/12) - Son - single - living in household of parents - Born in Ohio - Father in Prussia - Mother in Ohio.
6) Valentine Haas ID0388: White male - 68 years old - father of Henry - Occupation: Farm laborer - Born in Prussia - parents born in Prussia.
7) Frank Haas: (ID1192) White male, 32 years old - Brother of head of household (Henry) - single - Farm laborer - Born in Prussia - Parents born in Prussia.
Doc3781.pdf S7 Newspaper Article: "Hermannshohle (Hermann's Cave): by the reservoir in Niederhausen" (Photocopy of German Newspaper, nd) - Sent to me by Wilma Haas Lucas, Nov 2004. Acc000408/ Doc0644.pdf Ph8179-001 & 002.jpg.
Hermannshohle (Hermann's Cave) - by the reservoir in Niederhausen
At this time one is trying to preserve this historically valuable building for future generations. In old times, before the erection of the Luitpold-bridge, this house served as a ferry station, where the vehicles (vessels) crossed the Nahe river between Bad Kreuznac and the area around Meisenheim on their trade routes. This is proven, among other things, by a certificate of operations * "Nahe-ferry Oberhausen" in the year 1779, which was granted to Johann Peter Haas by Carl Theodore Lord of Pfalz near Rhein.
This picture was taken on April 19, 1961. (Notes from Wilma: *sort of a franchise to run the ferry granted by the local count or baron. Your g. grandfather Henry Haas was born here.)
S8 1900 US Census: 814 Harrison St, Ward 2, Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio. SD 4, ED 5, Sheet 6, Dwelling 127, Family 125, Line 27, Henry Haas. Original Data: NARA, T623, roll 1263. www.ancestry.com . Acc000705/ Ph7753.jpg
1) Henry Haas: Head of household - 53 yr old white male born Oct 1846, married, 25 when first married, He and his parents were born in Germany, Immigrated: 1860  - 40 yrs in US - Occupation: Day Laborer - Rent home.
2) Caroline Haas: Wife, 50 yr old white female, born Sept 1849, Married - 25 at first marriage - Had 10 children, 7 still living - She and her parents were born in Ohio.
3) John Haas: Son of head, 20 yr old white male, single born Oct 1879, factory laborer Hannah Haas: 12 yr old white female, single, born Jan 1888, attended school for 9 months.
4) Valentine Haas: 9 yr old white male, single, born Oct 1890, attended school for 9 months.
5) August Haas: 5 yr old white male, single, born Aug 1894.
Note: All except for August can read, write and speak English. All children were born in Ohio, their father in Germany and mother in Ohio.
The number of children born and living:
- Heinrich and Caroline only had 9 children that I have been able to find
- There is the possibility of another child, a stepson of Heinrich, mentioned in his obituary S9,
- See the discussion concerning this possible child,
S9 Obituaries: Obituaries. Henry Haas, ID0384. Handwritten, DOD 17 Dec 1904. Hannah Haas, ID0467, DOD 13 Dec 1904, Obits found in John Haas' Billfold upon his death. Acc000819/ Doc1553.pdf
Obituary for Heinrich "Henry" Haas:
"Henry Haas was borne in Prussia German y Oct 29th 1846 Died Dec 17th 1904 age 58 years 1 month and 18 Days. He was married to Caroline Whetstone Dec 5th 1874 to them was Born Five Sons and Four Daughters One son and three Daughters preceded him to the land of spirits He leaves a wife 4 sons and one daughter a stepson and many friends to morn their loss the Funeral was Held in the U B Church in Evansport at 11 o'clock Tuesday Dec 20th Rev Dennis officiating he was buried in the Reform Cemetery"
Newspaper notice that reads "Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haas buried their infant child last Monday"
Obituary for Hannah the daughter of Henry and Caroline Haas Transcription:
"OBITUARY Hannah daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haase was born in Defiance Jan 23rd 1888 and died Dec 13th 1904, aged 16 yrs. 10 months 20 days. Hannah was a faithful member of the U.B. Sunday school Class B and in departing this life she leaves a father, mother, five brothers, one sister and a host of friends to mourn her loss. The funeral was held in the U.B. Church conducted by the pastor Rev Dennis of Stryker, and the remains were laid to rest in the Bender Cemetery."
Ph8189-002.jpg S10 Hermannshohle Web Page - RobbHaas S11 Family Group Sheet: "Descendants of Johan Leonard Haas" by Wilma Haas Lucas ID0379, 10 Aug 2003. Acc000291.
S12 Family Group Sheet: "Descendants of Wilhelm Fischer". Created by Wilma Haas Lucas, ID0379, Nov 2006. Acc000640. Ph8185-001 to 003.jpg Doc0537.pdf S13 Church Documents: Photocopies, Valentin Haas Family. Original Data: Archives of the Evangelical Church in Rhineland, Archives Office in Koblenz. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc001860/ Ph8957-001 to 012.jpg (26 images), Page 1 - Page 5: Niederhausen, Nr. 65.4, page 1846, 47 - Twin of Philipp. Images (26) RobbHaas Web Page S14 S15 Naturalization Record: Oath of Allegiance, Probate Court, Fulton County, Ohio. 1 June 1868. Henry Haas ID0384. Acc000619. Doc1587.pdf
Probate Court in and For the County of Fulton/ and State of Ohio.
I, Henry Haas an/ Alien and Native of Prussia/ being duly sworn, depose and say, that I first arrived in the United States in the Month of/ June A.D. 1866, and that it is bona fide my intention to become a Citizen of the United/ States of America, and to renounce, forever, all allegiance/ and fidelity to every Foreign Prince, Potentate, State, or Sovereignty,/ whatsoever, and particularly all allegiance and / fidelity to William First, King of Prussia/ whose subject I am.
Signature of Henry Haas [Heinrich Haas]
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 1st day/ of June 1868
Oliver B ??????/ Probate Judge of said County, Ohio (<b>Note:</b> I believe this to be Henry Haas ID0384, son of Valentine, because the two of them filed at about the same time and in the same county. Also this document is signed "Heinrich Haas" which is his given name)
S16 Naturalization Record, "Ohio, County Naturalization Records, 1800-1977", database with images, FamilySearch ( https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGDZ-RGS5 : 24 Oct 2018), Henry Haas, 1880. Doc4919.pdf.
Note: This could be for either Heinrich Haas, ID0384 (1846-1904) or (Heinrich Haas, ID1194 (1866-1935) or another Henry Haas altogether
In the Matter of the Naturalization of Henry Haas, Defiance Probate Court, October 7 1880. Be it remembered, That on the 7th day of October 1880, Henry Haas an alien and a native of Prussia a free white person, came into Court and showed to the satisfaction of he Court that he has heretofore made the necessary declaration of his intention to become a Citizen of the United States; and moreover proved that he has resided in the UNITED STATES for five years last past, and in the State of Ohio for one year last past, and during all that time he has behaved as a man of good moral character attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States, and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the same; and thereupon the said Henry Haas, here in open Court, makes solemn oath that he will support the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, and that he does absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance to every Foreign Prince, Potentate, State, or Sovereignty whatsoever, and particularly all allegiance and fidelity to William, King of Prussia whose subject he was; whereupon it is ordered by the Court that a Certificate of Naturalization be issued to him. Jacob I Green, Probate Judge.
S17 1850 US Census: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio. Dwelling 503, Family 512, Line 27, John Whetstone. Original Data: NARA, M432_741, page 102, Image 199. www.ancestry.com , accessed 25 Nov 2006. Acc000707/Ph8191.jpg
1) John Whetstone: 25 yr old male, farmer - Value of Real Estate: $200 - marked as not being able to read or write.
2) Hannah Whetstone: 23 yr old female.
3) Elizabeth Whetstone: 5 yr old female.
4) Mary Jane Whetstone: 4 yr old female.
5) Delilah Whetstone: 3 yr old female.
6) Caroline Whetstone: 2 yr old female.
Family: All persons born in "O" [Ohio]
S18 1860 US Census: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio. Page 131, Line 4, Dwelling 1025, Family 993, John Weitstin [Whetstone]. Original Data: NARA, M653_1052, page 66, Image 132. www.ancestry.com, accessed 26 Nov 2006. Acc000710/Ph8192.jpg
1) John Weitstin [Whetstone]: 36 yr old male, Farmer, Value of Real Estate: $700 - Value of Person Estate: $200 - Born in Ohio -
2) Hannah Whetstone: 33 yr old Female, born in PA -
3) Elizabeth Whetstone: 14 yr old female, born in Ohio - attended school -
4) Mary Whetstone: 13 yr old female, born in Ohio, attended school -
5) Delilah Whetstone: 12 yr old female, born in Ohio, attended school -
6) Caroline Whetstone: 10 yr old female, born in Ohio, attended school -
7) Ann Whetstone: 9 yr old female, born in Ohio, attended school -
8) Margaret Whetstone: 4 yr old female, born in Ohio -
9) Lucy Whetstone: 2 yr old female, born in Ohio -
10) Louisa Whetstone: 7/12 month old female, born in Ohio -
11) Lavina Whetstone: 7/12 old female, born in Ohio.
S19 1870 US Census: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio. Page 10, Dwelling 72, Family 72, Line 9, John Whetstone. Original Data: NARA, M593_1282, Page 209, Image 421. www.ancestry.com, accessed 26 Nov 2006. Acc000708/Ph8194.jpg
1) John Whetstone: 47 yr old white male, Farmer, value of real estate: $2500 - Value of personal estate: $500 - Born in Ohio -
2) Hannah Whetstone: 43 yr old white female, keeping house, born in Pennsylvania -
3) Delilah Whetstone: 21 yr old white female.
4) Caroline Whetstone, 19 yr old white female -
5) Ann Whetstone: 18 yr old white female, attended school -
6) Margaret Whetstone: 14 yr old white female, attended school -
7) Lovina Whetstone: 11 yr old white female, attended school -
8) Louisa Whetstone: 10 yr old white female, attended school -
9) Laura Whetstone: 12 yr old white female, attended school -
10) Ellen Whetstone: 8 yr old white female, attended school -
11) Clarissa A. Whetstone: 4 yr old white female -
12) Emma K. Whetstone: 2 yr old white female -
Note: All Children at home and born in Ohio.
S20 Obituary: Caroline Whetstone Haas, ID0385, Newspaper Unknown, probably an Ohio paper, Jan 1928. Acc000673/ Doc1588.pdf
OBITUARY. Caroline Whetstone Haas was born Sept. 8th, 1851, in Crawford county Ohio, and departed this life Jan. 21, 1928, in Muncie, Ind., aged 76 years, 4 months and 13 days. From Crawford county she came with her parents to Williams county. In the year 1873 she was united in marriage to Henry Haas who has preceded her in death 23 years. To this union were born nine children, 5 of whom have preceded her to the Great beyond. She leaves to mourn their loss 4 sons, Frank of Hartford City, Ind, John and August of Muncie, Ind and Valentine of Stryker. Fourteen grand children and two great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. She was one of a family of 14 children, all girls, of which four sisters remain. In later years she has made her home in Muncie, Ind. Although like most of the older generation she did not have the advantage of an education, but was always fond of reading her Bible, and in her last hours said to her son how she loved church. She was a great worker and always glad if anybody had some work for her, just so her hands were kept busy. Rest dear hands, thy work is o'er. Rest in peace and toll no more. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all who assisted in any way during the burial of our mother, to the minister and singers also do we extend our thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haas, Mr. and Mrs. John Haas, Mr. and Mrs. August Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Haas and families.
Obituary. Caroline Whetstone Haas, ID0385. The Muncie Star, 22 Jan 1928. Transcription of original article. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002648/Doc1589.pdf
The Muncie Sunday Star Jan. 22, 1928
Mrs. Caroline Haas 76 widow of Henry Haas, died at 7:30 o'clock yesterday morning
in the Home Hospital after an illness of one week. The body will be taken to
Defiance Ohio this morning for funeral and burial. Surviving are 4 son, John, and
August of this city, Frank of Hartford City and Valentine of Evansport Ohio
S21 Death Record: Caroline Whetstone Haas. 21 Jan 1928, Liberty Township, Delaware County, Indiana. From Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc001466/Doc1592
Indiana State Board of Health Certificate of Death Registered No 3 or 571 -
Place of Death: Liberty Township, Delaware County - Del Co Inf -
Full Name: Caroline Haas - Female, White, Widow -
Date of birth: Sept 8 1851 - Age: 76 yrs 4 mo 13 days - Occupation: Housewife -
Birthplace: Ohio - Father: John Whetstone, born in Ohio - Mother: Hannah Heckerd, born in Ohio -
Informant: John Haas, Muncie, Indiana - Date filed Jan 26 1928 - signed by ???
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH:
Date of Death: 1-21-1928 -
I Herby Certify that I attended deceased from 1-14-1928 to 1-21-1928 and I last saw her alive on 1-19-1928 and that death occurred, on the date stated above at 720am.
The Cause of Death was as follows: Cerebral Hemorrhage - [The number 64 ] [The Number 8] Contributory: General Arterio sclerios -
Signed C A Jessup ? MD - 1-21-1928, Selma Indiana
Place of Burial: Defiance, O [Ohio]
Undertaker: W. Meeks & Sons, Muncie, Ind
Date of Burial: 1/23/28
Was the body embalmed?: Yes
S22 Death Record: Funeral Thank You card. Caroline Whetstone Haas, ID0385. Jan 1928. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002649/Doc1590.pdf
The family of the late Mrs. Caroline Haas
acknowledges with grateful appreciation
your kind expression of sympathy
S23 Heirloom: Doily, created by Caroline Whetstone Haas around 1900. Acc000324. Ph8187.jpg
Note: In the possession of RobbHaas
S24 1910 US Census: Springfield Township, Williams County, Ohio. SD4, ED 133, Sheet 11, Dwelling 225, Family 230, Line 26, Caroline Haas. Original Data: NARA, T624, roll 1241. www.ancestry.com , Accessed 10 Jan 2008. Acc001049/ Ph4029.jpg.
1) Caroline Haas: Head of household - 60 yr old white female, widowed - 9 children born, 5 living - born in Ohio, Parents born: Un - Profession: Housework, Day Work - Own Account - Able to speak English, but unable to read or write. Rents Home.
2) Wallace Haas: Son of head - 19 yr old white male, single - Born in Ohio - parents born in Germany - Occupation: Laborer - farm work - working - Able to read, write and speak English - did not attend school during the year.
3) August Haas: Son of head - 15 yr old white male, single - born in Ohio - Parents: Germany - Occupation: Farm Laborer, working out - Able to read, write and speak English - attended school during year.
S25 Military Record: WW1 Draft Registration Card. Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana. August Haas. 5 June 1917. Acc000796/Doc0719.pdf
Form 02913 Registration Card No. 133 - Draft Registration Card - gives name as August Haas, age 22, address as 2020 S Madison St, Muncie, Ind - Date of Birth Aug 29, 1894, Nat Born, born in Defiance, Ohio - Occupation: Clay - Worker 10 at Gill Clay Pot Works, Muncie, Ind - States that his mother is solely dependent on him for support. - Single - White - no military service - does not claim exemption. Signed by August Haas - Registrar's Report: 13-2-5-A - 5-10-1/2 Tall, medium build, black eyes, dark hair, Bald? no, Lost arm, leg, etc? No - Signed by Registrar Geo ? D????? - Precinct - 14 - Delaware County - Indiana - June 5/1917 - Centre - 2105
S26 1920 US Census: Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana. SD 8, ED 43, Ward 8, Sheet 10A, Line 18, Dwelling & Family 173, John Haas. Original Data: NARA T625_427, Image 180. www.ancestry.com , accessed 4 Aug 2010. Acc001900/Ph9003.jpg
1] John Haas: Head of household - 40 yr old white male, married - He and mother born Ohio, Father Russia or Germany - Occupation: Foreman at Ball Brothers - Able to read, write and speak English
2] Nora Haas: wife of head - 39 yr old white female, married - born Indiana, parents born Ohio - Able to read, write and speak English
3] Corma Haas: Daughter of head - 17 yr old white female, single - did not attend school during year - born Indiana, parents Ohio - Occupation: Laborer at Ball Brothers - Able to read, write and speak English
4] Walter Haas: Son of head - 15 yr old white male, single - born Indiana, parents Ohio - attended school - Able to read, write and speak English
5] Fred Haas: Son of head - 12 yr old white male, single - attended school - born Indiana, parents Ohio - Able to read, write and speak English
6] Bessie Haas: Daughter of head - 4 10/12 yr old white female, single - born Indiana, parents Ohio -
7] Lois Haas: Daughter of head - 2 3/12 yr old white female, single - born Indiana, parents Ohio -
8] Caroline Haas: Mother of head - 69 yr old white female, single [widowed] - born Ohio - Parents born Pennsylvania - unable to read or write but can speak English
S27 Social Security Death Index, database on-line www.ancestry.com , accessed 5 July 2011. Entry for Valentine Haas 290-48-1974; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service). Acc001903
Name: Valentine Haas
Last Residence: 43557 Stryker, Williams, Ohio, United States
Born: 2 Oct 1890
Died: 15 Aug 1966
State (year) SSN Issued: Ohio (1966-1967)
S28 Marriage Records: 1. Henry Haase and Caroline Whetstin. Affidavit for Marriage License, 23 Sept 1873 (Not Completed), Fulton County, Ohio. 2. Marriage License and Certificate, Williams County, Ohio, Henry Hause and Caroline Whetstone, 4 & 5 Nov 1874. Acc000818/ Doc1554.pdf
Extract: (.pdf file, page 1)
AFFIDAVIT. THE STATE OF OHIO, FULTON COUNTY Henry Haase having made application for a LICENSE, for himself and Caroline Whetstin, and being duly sworn says, that he is of the age of 21 years, and has no wife living, and that Caroline Whetstin is of the age of 18 years, a resident of said County, and has no husband living, and that said parties are not nearer kin than first [marked out] 2nd [written above] cousins. Signed: Heinrich Haas - Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of Sept A.D. 1873. Signature (unreadable), Probate Judge - (Return Section is blank)
Extract: (.pdf file, page 2)
Henry Hause/ with/ Caroline Whetstone/ License Issued/ Nov. 4th 1874
The State of Ohio, Williams County, Probate Court.
Personally appeared before the Judge of said Court John Jacob Scheir who being duly sworn deposeth and saith, that he [marked out] Henry Hause is more than TWENTY-ONE years of age; that Caroline Whetstone is more than EIGHTEEN years of age; that they are both unmarried; not nearer of kin than first [marked out] Second cousins; and that she is a resident of said County. Signed: John J Scheir
Subscribed and sworn to, before me, this 4th day of Nov. 1874, John W Leidigh, Probate Judge.
It is hereby Certified, that Mr. Henry Hause and Miss Caroline Whetstone were UNITED TOGETHER IN MARRIAGE, on the 5th day of Nov. 1874, by me. D. Boyers, JP
Williams County, Ohio, 18
Filed and Recorded Nov 19th 1874,
John W Leidigh, Probate Judge
S29 Emerson's Muncie City Directory. Cincinnati, Ohio: The Williams Directory Co. Acc001928, 1921-1922, page 361, accessed 8 Sept 2011. Repository: Muncie Public Library.
Haas August (Mabel M), block mkr, h 1927 e 17th
Haas Caroline, wid of Henry, h 200 e 8th
Haas Corma L. h John Haas', Mock ave
Haas Frank (Nancy K), checker C&O Ry of Indiana Freight Depot, h n s 17th nr Mock ave
Haas Herman, salesman Hene's Dry Goods Store, h 617 w Jackson
Haas John (Nora M), foreman Ball Bros, h e s Mock ave nr 17th
Haas Walter C., student, h John Haas', Mock ave
S30 1940 U.S. Census: Jonesville, Fayette Township, Hillsdale County, Michigan. SD 3, ED 30-7, Sheet 8B, Line 77, Sheet 9A, Line 1, visit 206, Nancy Haas Household. Original Data: NARA, T627_1755. www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 July 2012. Acc002239/Ph9547.jpg
1] Nancy Haas: Head of household - 48 yr old white female, widow - highest school grade: 8 - Born Indiana - Occupation: Housekeeping Aid - Weeks worked 1939: 30 - Earned 1939: $352 - other income: Yes
2] Billy R. Haas: Son of head - 9 yr old white male, single - attended school - highest school grade: 2 - Born Michigan - Weeks out of work up to 30 March 1940: 16 - Occupation: Presser of Clothing Private Work - weeks worked 1939: 52 - Earned 1939: $800 - Other income: No
3] Donald Varney: Son in Law of head - 23 yr old white male, married - Highest school grade: 8 - Born Michigan - Code D: XOV4
4] Martha Varney: Daughter of head - 20 yr old white female, married - Highest school grade: 8 - Born Indiana - Homemaker
Supplementary Questions: Father Born Ohio - Mother Born Indiana - Language spoken: English - not a veteran - Does have a Federal Social Security Number: No - Usual Occupation: Housewife - Not married more than once - Age at first marriage: 17 - Number of children ever born: 2
Sheet 9A, Line 1:
5] Jimmy Varney: Grandson of head - 1 yr old white male, single - born Michigan
6] Laurance E Varney: Grandson of head - 1/12 yr old white male, single, born Michigan
- Property: Rented house - Cost: $10 - South Water Street
- Residence 1 Apr 1935: Hillsdale, Michigan
S31 Birth Record: "Ohio, County Births, 1856-1909" John Haas, ID0466. Franklin, Fulton County, Ohio, 26 Oct 1879. "Report of Births in Defiance County, Ohio, for the near Year ending March 31st, A.D. 1880, page 3. www.familysearch.org , Film Number 1941217, digital folder number: 4017639, image number: 167. accessed 28 July 2012. Acc002250/Doc3782.pdf
Report of Births in Defiance County, Ohio, for the Year ending March 31st, A.D. 1880. Page 3
Name: John Haas
Date of Birth: 26 Oct 1879
Place of Birth: Franklin, Fulton County, Ohio
Father: Henry Haas
Mother Maiden Name: Caroline Whetstone
Residence of Parents: Defiance County, Ohio
Doc3782.pdf S32 Military Record: U.S. World War 1 Draft Registration Cards, 12 Sept 1918, John Haas, ID0466. Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana. Original Data: NARA M1509_1493140. www.ancestry.com , accessed 11 March 2013. Acc002590/Doc1510.pdf
Serial Number: 39?? Order Number: A4418
Name: John Haas
Address: R 7 Box 47 Muncie De Ind
Age: 38 - Date of Birth: Oct 1 1879
U.S. Citizen: Native Born
Present Occupation: Foreman Pot Room
Employer: Ball Bros Glass Mfgr/ Muncie De Ind
Nearest Relative: May Haas/ Address: R7 Box 47 Muncie De. Ind
John Haas (Signature)
Description: Tall, Slender build, Blue Eyes, Black hair
Signature of Registrar
Date of Registration: Sept 12 1918
Local Board/ division No. 1/ Delaware County/ Muncie, Indiana
Doc1510.pdf S33 Database Online. "Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958," Index. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XDK3-7Y8 : accessed 19 Apr 2013. Henry Hause and Caroline Whetstone, 05 Nov 1874. Acc002627
Extract from Database:
Name: Henry Hause
Spouse's Name: Caroline Whetstone
Event Date: 05 Nov 1874
Event Place: Williams,Ohio
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M51400-3
System Origin: Ohio-ODM
GS Film number: 0914037 V. 4
S34 Database Online. "Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958," index, FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XDNS-M4P : accessed 19 Apr 2013), Henry Hause and Caroline Whetstone, 23 Sep 1873. Acc002628
Extract from DB:
Name: Henry Hause
Spouse's Name: Caroline Whetstone
Event Date: 23 Sep 1873
Event Place: Fulton,Ohio
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M51419-1
System Origin: Ohio-ODM
GS Film number: 0423603 V. 3-4
S35 Database Online. "Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958," index, FamilySearch https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XDKK-55W : accessed 19 Apr 2013, Milton B. Watkins and Caroline A. Whetstone, 12 Dec 1867. Acc002629
Extract from DB
- Image 1: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-17958-54925-88?cc=1614804&wc=M9MV-4H6:n255514511
- Image 2: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18083-74791-20?cc=1614804&wc=M9MV-4HC:944475393
Name: Milton B. Watkins
Spouse's Name: Caroline A. Whetstone
Event Date: 12 Dec 1867
Event Place: , Washington, Ohio
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M51405-2
System Origin: Ohio-ODM
GS Film number: 0941959 V. 4-6
S36 1870 U.S. Census. Dover Township, Athens County, Ohio, Page 41, Line 36, Dwelling 311, Family 297, Milton Watkins Household. Original Data: NARA, M593_1171, FHL Film 552670. www.ancestry.com, accessed 19 Apr 2013. Acc002630/Doc1555.pdf
Extract from Image:
1] Milton Watkins: Head of household - 24 yr. old white male, married - Occupation: Farm Laborer - born Ohio -
2] Caroline Watkins: 24 yr. old female, married - Keeping house - born Ohio
Doc1555.pdf S37 Marriage Record. Valentine Haas and Bertha P. Williams, 15 June 1912, Williams County, Ohio., Bk 10, P 390, cn 780. Database Online: "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch ( https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X8H4-H3K : accessed 25 May 2013), Valentine Haas and Bertha P. Williams, 1912 Acc002713/Doc1651.pdf
Extract from Image:
Marriage License Application
Valentine Haas and Miss Bertha P. Williams
Valentine is 22 years of age on 7th day of Oct 1912
His residence is Evansport, Ohio
Place of Birth: Defiance County, Ohio
Father: Henry Haas - Mother: Anna Whetstone
Not Previously Married
Miss Bertha P. Williams
Bertha is 23 years of age on the 18th day of June 1912
Her residence is Stryker, Williams County, Ohio
Father: Ruben P. Williams
Mother: Elizabeth Carpenter
Not previously married and is not a widow or divorced person
Date: 15 June 1912
Signed: Valentine Haas and Bertha P. Williams
Williams County, Ohio
I do hereby certify that on the 15th day of June 1912, I solemnized the marriage of Mr. Valentine Haas and Miss Bertha P. Williams
Filed and Recorded 15 June 1912
F. M. Frazier, Probate Judge
Webster T. Stockstill, Minister
Doc1651.pdf S38 Database On-line, "Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952," index, FamilySearch ( https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KFSR-C1Z : accessed 05 May 2013), Frank Haas, 1936. Acc002650 S39 "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011" [database on-line]. Original Data: Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Archives and Records Administration. www.ancestry.com, accessed , 14 June 2016. Caroline Haas, 21 Jan 1928, Delaware County, Indiana. Doc3552.pdf. S40 Marriage Record, "Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958," database, FamilySearch https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XD4L-QWT : 26 July 2018), Henry Hause and Caroline Whetstone, 05 Nov 1874; citing Williams County, Ohio, reference 1093; FHL microfilm 914,037. Doc4824.pdf. S41 Mabel Haas and Caroline Haas, Court Case. Muncie Morning Star (Muncie, Indiana), 20 Dec 1921, Page 10, Col. 3, https://www.newspapers.com/image/251525967 accessed 25 Aug 2019. Doc5305.pdf
Mable Haas, domestic, who was arrested yesterday morning [19 Dec 1921] by Sergeant Everson on a charge of assault and battery, filed by her mother-in-law, Caroline Haas, entered a plea of not guilty, and her trial was set for Friday. [23 Dec 1921]
S42 S43 S44 S45
Images I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6
Front porch of 17th St House
Caroline - Close-up
Front Porch of 17th St House
in door of house - Unknown Location
Lot west of 17th St House
Mabel - Wilma
Caroline Whetstone Haas
17th St. House
Valentine - August Abt 1896 Ph9177-001.tif
I7 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12
Betty Mae Haas
Front Yard of 17th St House
Valentine front row, 2nd from left
August front row, at right
Valentine Headstone for Valentine
I-13 I-14 I-15 I-16 I-17 I-18
Lois - John Haas
Elizabeth, Frank, Caroline(1) Headstone
carved by August(2)
Hi-Res Image (2014)
(1) Thanks to ID0452 for pointing out to me the wording at the bottom of this print.
(2) This headstone is located in Lot 527 of the IOOF/ Hartford City, Blackford County, Indiana Cemetery. It is acknowledged that it was carved by August Haas (The daughters agreed that he had carved it). What is not certain is just who the stone was originally carved for. It was always assumed it was for Mattie Klinger Worthen since it is in her burial plot. Grandson of August, ID0452, remembers seeing this stone at the E. 17th St. house when he was a young boy and thought that someone was buried there. Now it is in the IOOF Cemetery. When it was moved and by whom is a mystery. Is it possible that August actually carved this stone for HIS mother, Caroline Whetstone Haas, who died in 1928? This makes a lot more sense because August would not have known Mattie since she died in 1910 before he had met Mabel.
I-19 I-20 I-21 I-22 I-23 I-24
I-25 I-26 I-27 I-28 I-29 I-30