Haack_Ron's, great genealogy charts
• Cousin Ron Haack's wonderful web genealogy charts
• Ron's collection of descendant charts can be found at
• http://www.mickey-cookie.whsites.com/family_tree/

here is one exchange of email - revised for sharing here

Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 17:00:32 -0800
To:
cookierhh@verizon.net
From: Jack Truher <
jbt@truher.net >

Subject: map of Minneapolis and various cousins

Ron and Jack have been in communication since before 1998. Ron's cornacopea of descendant charts

is
http://www.mickey-cookie.whsites.com/family_tree/

and outlines which includes the Truher and Burke family. Look at the section under Truher. Of special interest, you find reports on Truher and Burke family, and our Haack cousins. Ron has also done a big chunk recently on the Fords, Jack's wife's family. The Pinske family is covered which was most closely connected to the Truher family in Western Minnesota in the late 19th century. Many of the other reports and pictures involved in-laws and relations to Truher family.

Ron accepted my summary (next section) of the basic surname connections, how the named blood lines in his genealogy charts connect with Truher family folks, or somebody I know, or how those surnames don't connect.

The best way to follow the learn the connections, I think, is to begin with an hourglass for each of the siblings: August (my grandfather), Augusta (Ron's grandmother), and Matheldie Truher. Florentine's descendant's combines these three charts. These hourglass charts for now do not expand the three siblings spouses trees into their past. I guess to do so makes for too elaborate a chart. We have to go to Ron's other charts for that.
• On Ron's genealogy web site, there are the basic surname connections to Truher surname. Many of these relations are remote to the immediate interest of a Truher oriented reader. But the connections are real, and indicate the richness of the lives Ron Haack and researched and from which we were (unfortunately) so disconnected personally. But there are cultural connections. We learn more about ourselves when we consider what choices our relatives made. Finally we find that we are part of history.
• Haack: -- related to Truher through Augusta Truher Haack (1876-1953), cousin Ron's grandmother, and sister to Jack's grandfather.

Frank: -- related through husband of Matheldie Helene Truher Frank, Augusta's sister. Matheldie now has her own hourglass chart. I feel like I know these sisters, Matheldie and Augusta, of August better now - though the pictures and stories that Ron has sent me which give breadth and context to grandfather August Truher's relatives.

Deuel: -- related through husband of Delilah Henrietta Haack Deuel (1899-1983), daughter of Augusta Truher Haack

Burke: related through Helen Burke Truher, mother of Jim , Jack, Michael Truher..

Pinske: -- related through Gustave E. Pinske (1847-1911) who married Caroline Lietzau (1849-1923), daughter of Florentine Lietzau Truher. Caroline Lietzau is grandmother of Pat Schonborg (Palmetta Lauretta Gill (1925 - )

Zadach: -- related through Amelia Haack (1867-1949), (descendant of Jakob Truher) who was married to John Louis Zadach - abd related to the current Professor Larry Fike (not Jack's blood relative) which Jack Truher discovered working at Washington State (Spokane or similar univ)

Muelling: -- related through Frederick Muelling (1857-1926) who is maternal grandfather of Ronald Herbert Haack (1937 - )

Jaeger: -- related through Wilhelm Bogislav Jaeger (1791 - ) is generations antecedent to Ronald Herbert Haack (1937 - )

Globke: -- related through grandfather of Augusta Truher Haack's husband, William Carl "Will" Haack.
• What are the many other surname connections to Truher surname, to be found on Ron Haack's genealogy web site,  

http://www.mickey-cookie.whsites.com/family_tree/

Many of these relations are remote to the immediate interest of a Truher oriented reader.  But the connections are real, and indicate the richness of the lives Ron Haack and researched and from which we were (unfortunately) so disconnected personally.  But there are cultural connections.  We learn more about ourselves when we consider what choices our relatives made.  Finally we can learn more of we are part of known 19th and early 20th century history.
• Haack: -- related to Truher through Augusta Truher Haack (1876-1953), cousin Ron's grandmother, and sister to Jack's grandfather.

Frank: -- related to Truher through husband of Matheldie Helene Truher Frank, Augusta's sister.  Matheldie now has her own hourglass chart. I feel like I know  these sisters, Matheldie and Augusta, of August better now -  though the pictures and stories that Ron has sent me which give breadth and context to grandfather August Truher's relatives.  

Deuel:  -- related to Truher through husband of Delilah Henrietta Haack Deuel (1899-1983), daughter of Augusta Truher Haack

Burke: -- related to Truher through Helen Burke Truher,  mother of Jim , Jack, Michael Truher..

Pinske: -- related to Truher through Gustave E. Pinske (1847-1911) who married Caroline Lietzau (1849-1923), daughter of Florentine Lietzau Truher.  Caroline Lietzau is grandmother of Pat Schonborg (Palmetta Lauretta Gill (1925 - )

Zadach: -- related to Truher through Amelia Haack (1867-1949),  (descendant of Jakob Truher) who was married to John Louis Zadach - abd related to the current Professor Larry Fike (not Jack's  blood relative) which Jack Truher discovered working at Washington State (Spokane or similar univ)

Muelling: -- related to Truher through Frederick Muelling (1857-1926) who is maternal grandfather of Ronald Herbert Haack (1937 - )

Jaeger: -- related to Truher through Wilhelm Bogislav Jaeger (1791 - ) is generations antecedent to Ronald Herbert Haack (1937 - )

Globke: -- related to Truher through grandfather of Augusta Truher Haack's husband, William Carl "Will" Haack.

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reformatted and with minor revisions on 2007m0826 JBT

for this text, go to:

http://gene.truher.net/TBF.ntweb

-- and open sections in sequence
Contents,
Truher,
Haack_Ron's great genealogy charts,
Cousin Ron Haack's wonderful web genealogy charts
On Ron's Genealogy Web Site

• Ron writes to a contemporary email list. Those with the √ mark
•  have been identified by me, as associated above. I don't know what is relationship of the three remaining.

"Kathleen Alice Bickelhaupt" <
bmvondra@sedona.net >,
"Kathleen Mary Tako" <
KMTako@aol.com >,
√ "Mike and Kathleen Rancour" <
kajaeger@aol.com >,
"George Robert Janssen" <
grjanssen@excite.com >,
√ "Paul Eugene Zadach" <
pzadach@cox.net >,
√ "Jeanie Smith Zadach" <
DaisyZ@aol.com >,
√ "John Burke Truher" <
truher@earthlink.net >,
√ "Dick Frank" <
dfrankgh@comcast.net >

Ron's first link is a windows media experiment:

http://www.mickey-cookie.whsites.com/media/videos/carl_haack_photo_movie_trial.wvx
• Map of Minneapolis, Truher-Haack-Frank terrain
 Subject: MINNEAPOLIS MAP IN PDF 1875-1950s

From: "Ron Haack" <
cookierhh@verizon.net >
To: "John Burke Truher" <
truher@earthlink.net >,

Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 16:51:32 -0500

Hi, Cousins,

Handy little family research tool at:

http://www.mplib.org/history/streets.pdf

From the Minneapolis Public Library, this is a very late model street map of Minneapolis, in color. Big enough so that you can zoom into your old home sites very nicely.

For example, Snelling Avenue comes up a lot in the Haack/Zadach history. The trick is to locate Lake Street (east-west), lower 1/3 of map, scroll over from the vertical center toward the Mississippi until you see the slanted Hiawatha and Minnehaha streets, and there, right between them and touching Lake street, is Snelling Avenue, birthplace of my dad Herb Haack and a lot more!

Off Lake street a bit further west is the Cedar and Lake intersection, heart of old Haack/Zadach/Truher, etc. land. 18th Avenue South is one block west of Cedar Avenue. Homesteads of the Haacks and Zadachs are in that area, as well as the home of Bill and Tillie Frank (where Caroline Pein Truher died). The burial site of many of our clanspeople is further west along Lake street until you get to Hennepin Avenue, then south on Hennepin until it dead ends in Lakewood Cemetery.

Ron Haack
cookierhh@verizon.net
• Ron adds (2008-02-25) three excellent charts on Truher descendants by Gottlieb . Right-click and download these PDFs to desktop to open with Adobe Reader. The pageless hourglass is the most complete and most interesting, though it can not be printed. It's great for on-line viewing.
• Ron adds (2008-02-25) three similar charts on truher descendants by Jakob. Right-click and download these PDFs to desktop to open with Adobe Reader. These are similarly: