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Re: Sauter- Perry County, OH
Posted by: Daniel Kortenkamp (ID *****8404) Date: October 21, 2010 at 06:33:54
In Reply to: Sauter- Perry County, OH by Leon J. Straub of 87

I have a SAUTER connection with Perry County, OH.

Dan (

Maria/Mary KISCH, born                1847. Died               , at               . Burial in        Cemetery.
- married Conrad Sauter, January 17, 1866,        St. Mary Church, Dubuque, IA.
- children: Catherine/“Katie” (Mrs. ), William ( ), and Charles ( ).

Conrad Sauter was born about 1841, Ohio (probably Perry County); son of Andrew & Anastasia [Straub] Sauter, who emigrated from Bieringen, Württemberg, in 1832.. Conrad evidently moved to Dubuque County because several of Anastasia’s siblings came to Delaware and Dubuque Counties; and Conrad’s sister, Mary Ann had moved to Delaware County. Conrad worked as a stone mason in Peosta, Dubuque County, Iowa. His family is in the 1870 Federal Census for Peosta, Vernon Twp., Dubuque County, Iowa; but not in the 1880 Census for Vernon Twp. He appears in the 1880 Census for Thompsonville, Perry County, Ohio, as “Conrad Souders, stone mason” with children “William (16), Cathraine (15), Charles (10), Francis (6), Andrew (4), Margret (2), and Mary (5)”. However, his wife is listed as “Cathraine.” She was “Kate Rei” according to the Perry County Probate Birth Book #1. They were married July 1, 1873, Chapel Hill, Perry County, Ohio. When and where his first wife, Mary, died is unknown. Conrad Souders and his family moved to Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa, about 1886. His wife Catherine is in the 1900 census, but not Conrad. When and where he died is unknown. Catherine died at Ottumwa in 1920. Children William and Catherine were both married in Ottumwa. ]

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