Frederick Emil Hoelzel1

M, #91, b. 14 December 1873, d. 18 June 1952
Father*William F Hoelzel Sr b. April 1829, d. 1 December 1909
Mother*Ernestine Christina Hempel b. 30 January 1831, d. 7 April 1914
     Frederick Emil Hoelzel was a contractor, architect, and builder.1
     Frederick Emil Hoelzel was born on 14 December 1873 in Missouri, USA.2,1 He was the son of William F Hoelzel Sr and Ernestine Christina Hempel.
     Frederick was born on 14 December 1874.3
     Frederick Emil Hoelzel married Friedaricka Elizabeth Altenbernd, daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm Altenbernd and Katharine Hill.1
     Emil and Frank Hoelzel were brothers. Emil and Friedereka lived in Kansas City, Missouri.



     Photo of Altenbernd Family (About 1905)

Left to Right Back Row: William, Emil Holzel, Fredericka Hoelzel, Fred, Mary (Fred's wife), Carl, Louise

Left To Right Front Row: Frank Hoelzel, Katharina Helzel, Wilhelm (Father), Magadalina, Katherine (Mother), Louis

Children: Hildegarde Hoelzel, Francis Hoelzel circa 1905. Original photo in the possession of Sheila Altenbernd (#172.)4

Altenbernd Family Picture
Altenbernd Family (About 1905)

Left to Right Back Row: William, Emil Holzel, Fredericka Hoelzel, Fred, Mary (Fred's wife), Carl, Louise

Left To Right Front Row: Frank Hoelzel, Katharina Helzel, Wilhelm (Father), Magadalina, Katherine (Mother), Louis

Children: Hildegarde Hoelzel, Francis Hoelzel

     The start of World War I caused the United States to institute a draft registration. As the war continued to drag on, they instituted their third and final draft registration. This added men who were between the ages of 18 and 21, and 31 to 45 years of age. It included younger men than the previous registrations, those who were born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900; and added an older group of men, born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. Frederick Emil Hoelzel filled out a draft card on 12 September 1918 at 2732 Gillhaice, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA. He was employed as an architect and builder at National Refinery Company. He was described as medium height and medium build, with blue eyes and black hair. Friedaricka Elizabeth Altenbernd was listed as his nearest relative.2


     Photo of Emil and Carl Hoelzel. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130.)


     They resided at 2732 Gillham Road, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA, on 1 July 1931.5

     Photo of Emil and Friederika Hoelzel mid 1940. Original photo in the possession of Sue Myers (#130.)4


     Frederick died on 18 June 1952 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA, at age 78. The cause of death was myocarditis, arterioschlerosisis, and senility.1 He was buried on 20 June 1952 in the Forest Hill Cemetery located in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA.1
Last Edited=7 June 2022

Children of Frederick Emil Hoelzel and Friedaricka Elizabeth Altenbernd

Citations

  1. [S1102] Lynn Vint (#3099), "Vint, Lynn (#3099) E-Mail 2009-09-27," e-mail message (St Louis, Missouri) to Sheila Altenbernd (3172), September 27, 2009. Hereinafter cited as "Email".
  2. [S303] "Hoelzel (#91), Emil - WWI Draft Registration"; www.Ancestry.com; unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "WWI Draft Registration."
  3. [S119] Katharine Hill unknown date.
  4. [S789] Personal knowledge of Sheila Altenbernd (#172) (12230 W Washington Street, Avondale, Arizona 85323) .
  5. [S1134] Reaka Hoelzel (#51) Flora Altenbernd (#63). July 1, 1931 Sheila Altenbernd, 12230 W Washington Street, Avondale, Arizona. (2010).
  6. [S702] Carl Hoelzel (#92) Obituary, The Ponca City News, Ponca City, Oklahoma, February 25, 1999, www.poncacitynews.com, viewed at http://www.poncacitynews.com/NewsArchives/0299folder/lo022599.html#Carl%20Frederick%20Hoelzel on March 13, 2008 . Hereinafter cited as Ponca City News.
 

Compiler: Sheila Altenbernd
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