Descendants of Johann Nikolaus Haag 

  European roots for the Haags were Rubenheim, Wittersheim and 
Bebelsheim in Germany, just a short way from the French border.
OTHER NAMES IN THIS LINE INCLUDE: 
WOLF, REPLOGLE, PAYNE, CRIPE, CAULKINS, BEAMENDERFER
 
 JOHANN NIKOLAUS HAAG
 JOHANN NIKOLAUS HAAG m. ANNA GERTRUD MOTSCH on April 14, 1761 Rubenheim Germany*
Anna Gertrud Motsch born 9 Nov 1731; died 3 Oct 1797, both in Rubenheim.

 

 Children of Johann and Anna Gertrud Motsch Haag:

FRIDERICUS HAAG

(Friedrich)

b. March 02, 1763 in Rubenheim Germany d. August 09, 1828 Wittersheim, Saarplatz-Kreis, Saarland, Germany
CHILD #2 HAAG -- -- --  
CHILD #3 HAAG -- -- --  
CHILD #4 HAAG -- -- --  
CHILD #5 HAAG -- -- --  
CHILD #6 HAAG -- -- --  

*Rubenheim, Saarfalz-Kreis, Saarland, Germany

FRIDERICUS HAAG
FRIDERICUS  HAAG m. MARGARETHA LITZENBURGER on February 06, 1787 in Wittersheim Germany

Fridericus Haag was born March 02, 1763 in Rubenheim Germany, and died August 09, 1828.  In his early twenties he wed Margaretha, who was also in her early twenties, having been born around 1765 to her parents, JOHANN LITZENBURGER  and ANNA LANG.  Margaretha died January 21, 1814 at approximately 50 years of age, while her husband did not pass away until 1828 at approximately 65 years old.

Children of Fridericus and Margaretha Litzenburger Haag are:
CHILD #1 HAAG -- -- -- --
CHILD #2 HAAG -- -- -- --
CHILD #3 HAAG -- -- -- --
CHILD #4 HAAG -- -- -- --
JOHANN HAAG b. May 28, 1795 in Bebelsheim, Bavaria, Germany d. July 31, 1862 in Bebelsheim
CHILD #6 HAAG -- -- -- --
CHILD #7 HAAG -- -- -- --

  JOHANN HAAG 
JOHANN  HAAG m. BARBARA SCHAFFER on June 25, 1816 in Bebelsheim, Germany

Both Johann Haag and Barbara Schaffer were born, and then died,  in Bebelsheim, Bavaria, Germany.  Johann was born May 28, 1795 and died July 31, 1862.   Barbara was born about one year after Johann, on  October 09, 1796.  She became a widow after Johann died at age 67.  Barbara passed away approximately 9 years later at the age of  76, on December 13, 1871.

Children of Johann and Barbara Schaffer Haag:
PETER HAAG  b. September 07, 1822 in Bebelsheim, Bavaria, Germany d. June 18, 1907, Portsmouth Ohio
PAUL HAAG
-- -- Note:  Immigrated to St. Louis, MO
ANN HAAG -- -- Ann was living in Germany at the time of Peter's death.
ANDREAS HAAG -- -- Remained in Bebelsheim.  Did not immigrate to USA.
# However, three of his four known children did come to America: Son Jakob, Son Andreas, and daughter  Catharina who married John Gewinner). 
Child #5 Haag -- -- --
Child #6 Haag -- -- --
Child #7 Haag -- -- --
Child #8 Haag -- --

   PETER HAAG and MARGARET KEHRER 
PETER  M. HAAG
Immigrated to America in 1847
m. MARGARET KEHRER
Immigrated to America in 1840, at age 5 per 1900 Census.
on February 23, 1851 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Portsmouth, OH

3Peter Haag was born September 07, 1822 in Bebelsheim, Bavaria, Germany, and died June 18, 1907.

Sandra Haag Hayden discovered that Peter immigrated to America in 1847, though she has found no ship record, no Declaration of Intent, nor any Naturalization record.  She did, however, find in the 1900 Census that Peter Haag was naturalized in 1852.

At the age of 27, he came to Portsmouth OH, and a year later married Margaret Kehrer at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Portsmouth.  He was 12 years older than his wife Margaret who was born 1835 in Kronau Baden Germany#.  His occupation was a "drayman", from which he retired in 1887.

According to the second edition of "The New A to Zax: a comprehensive
genealogical dictionary for genealogist and historians" by Barbara Evans,
a drayman is a hauler of freight.  A dray is a vehicle (sled, wagon, etc.)
used for hauling freight in return for drayage (the cost or fee), or, the
occupation of driving the horse who pulled a dray.  Dray horses were
usually Belgian or Percheron (huge horses).
Sandra also discovered that he purchased a lot (#676) in December of 1856 with Augustus Kehrer (Margaret's father?) and then lived at 48 East Fourth St, Portsmouth, OH for over 50 years.   In the 1860 Census, Peter Haag family and August Kehrer family are living side by side in Portsmouth OH.  The property was sold in 1948 after Peter and Margaret's son George Haag died.  Also in the 1870 Census it is noted that Frances Kehrer, Margaret's sister was living with them.

3Margaret Kehrer Haag died in 1903.  Both died in Portsmouth, Ohio - he at the age of 85, she at 68.  His grandson remembers the stormy/rainy night when Peter died in Portsmouth.  He describes Peter as "lying in bed with his long white beard on top of a quilt".  Though there is no tombstone, Sandra discovered that both Peter and Margaret are buried in St. Mary's section of Greenlawn Cemetery with three of their single children.

 Children of Peter and Margaret Kehrer Haag:
HENRY HAAG b. March 1852 -- d. 1901, age 49
Never married;
Buried beside Parents at St. Mary's #3, Greenlawn Cem.
BARBARA HELENA HAAG b. April 25, 1855 in Portsmouth, Ohio
JOSEPH HAAG b. March 28, 1857 in Portsmouth, Ohio d. January 28, 1928, Worthington OH
JOHN ALBERT HAAG b. April 10, 1859 in Portsmouth, Ohio --
ELIZABETH HAAG b. June 27, 1861 in Portsmouth, Ohio --
ANNA K. HAAG* b. September 01, 1864 in Portsmouth, Ohio d. March 18, 1940
Never married
Buried beside Parents at St. Mary's #3, Greenlawn Cem.
FRANCES HAAG b. July 03, 1866 in Portsmouth, Ohio Note: m. _____BREEN
LOUISA HAAG b. December 1868 in Portsmouth, Ohio d. 1891
Died at age 24; Single`
GEORGE WILLIAM HAAG* b. October 04, 1870 in Portsmouth, Ohio d. December 31, 1947
Buried at St. Marys, Greenlawn Cem. beside brother Henry and Sister Anna
PETER ALOYSIS HAAG b. 1873 -- --
MARGARET HAAG b. 1875 -- d. July 19, 1876
Died age 9 mos. and 14 days.

 *Anna K. Haag and her brother George ran a grocery near 4th and Gay Street where they were born.  A separate building was added for the grocery store.   George was disabled due to being struck with lightening while in a buggy on a date with another couple.

PETER HAAG
JOSEPH HAAG m. CATHARINA "Katie" C. REIDER on March 29, 1880 in Portsmouth OH

Joseph, born March 28, 1857 in Portsmouth, Ohio, became an "End Man" for a minstrel show prior to his marriage to Catharina Reider.  According to one of his sons, he was able to perform 20 different dance steps.  Later he became a shoemaker for Riley Shoe Company in Columbus.  Joseph created the first wooden heels in the Columbus area.  And, notably, he made the special shoes needed by his brother George following George being struck by lightening.

Catharina and Joseph bought a house at 158 Chase Avenue in Worthington after several years of renting and moving.  Interestingly, Joseph was a genealogy buff also!

Joseph died January 28, 1928 in Worthington Ohio.   Catharina, who was born  in Portsmouth, Ohio, died in 1941 in Columbus, Ohio.  Joseph is buried at Union Cemetery, Columbus, OH, Section 52.  They attended the North Congregational Church in Ohio..

Children of  Joseph and Catharina Reider Haag are:
JOSEPH HAAG b. February 17, 1881 in Portsmouth, Ohio  --
MAMIE ELIZABETH HAAG b. October 19, 1882 in Portsmouth, Ohio --
HARRY HARRISON HAAG b. September 04, 1884 in Columbus, Ohio --
KATHRYN CHRISTINE HAAG* b. August 18, 1886 in Columbus, Ohio d. July 05, 1965, Columbus Ohio
MARGARET BARBARA HAAG b. August 28, 1888 in Portsmouth, Ohio d. September 15, 1943, Columbus Ohio; Age 55
ANNA ALICE HAAG b. July 28, 1894 in Columbus, Ohio --
LOUISA FANNA HAAG b. ?? in Columbus, Ohio --
LILLIAN C. HAAG b. October 30, 1897 in Columbus, Ohio --
DONALD MATTHEW HAAG b. September 06, 1901 in Columbus, Ohio --

  * Kathryn Christine Haag married Bernard E. Dalgarn in September 1907 in Columbus OH.  Bernard was born to Milton and Jeanette* "Jenny" Ward Dalgarn in March 1882 in Columbus.  He died February 22, 1926 in the same place. Kathryn is buried at Union Cem, Columbus Ohio Section 52.  She was a member of North Congregational Church.  Kathryn and Bernard Dalgarn had two daughters.

*Jeannette had a brother Frank.

 MARGARET BARBARA HAAG 
MARGARET BARBARA HAAG  m1) HARRY JOSEPH WOLF
m2) Lewis Stiffler
m1) on June 15, 1909
m2) on September 12, 1927
in Columbus OH
Per Sandra Haag Hayden:
Marriage License Vol 47 pg 375 to Harry J. Wolf
Marriage License Vol 93 Page 487 to Lewis Stiffler
Death Certificate #5555796 Franklin County OH

1914 Photo: Harry Joseph Wolf, his wife Margaret Barbara Haag Wolf, and their daughter Helen Christine Wolf. Taken in Wisconsin when Helen was 4 yrs old.

Margaret Barbara Haag was born August 28, 1888 in Portsmouth Ohio   Her first marriage was to Harry Joseph Wolf, son of an John (Joseph) Phillip Wolf and and Martha Frances "Fanny" Foss . Harry, a native of Columbus also, was born June 12, 1889.  On November 12, 1926 in Columbus Ohio, Harry died many years prior to Margaret Barbara Haag Wolf's death.  About a year later, at the age of 39, she married Lewis Stiffler.  Upon her death at the age of 55 on September 15, 1943, she was buried at Union Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio, in Section 52.

Margaret Barbara Haag (Wolf/Stiffler) was a member of the Auxiliary of Eagles.  She attended Gleaning Hand of McKendree Church. At the time of her death she resided at 2494 Pontiac St, Columbus, Ohio.  Her husband, Harry Joseph Wolf died of meningitis at age 35.  Harry had been a paperhanger and decorating contractor.
 

Children of Margaret Barbara Haag and Harry Joseph Wolf:
JOSEPH PHILIP WOLF b. February 10, 1913 Superior, WI d. April 05, 1953, Columbus Ohio
DONALD LEWIS WOLF b. May 11, 1918 Columbus, Ohio Deceased
HELEN CHRISTINE WOLF b. May 10, 1910 Columbus Ohio; d. February 22, 1995, Cullman, AL

NEW:  Margaret's Burial:                                    Harry's Burial:                                                                         
 

NEW: Joseph Philip Wolf's Burial:                 Mary E. Wolf Burial:

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DONALD LEWIS WOLF
DONALD LEWIS WOLF
(Click here for his photograph)
m. JEAN AUDREY REPLOGLE  on December 31, 1939 Deceased

DONALD LEWIS WOLF, born May 11, 1918, married JEAN AUDREY REPLOGLE, daughter of RAYMOND REPLOGLE and MINNIE SCHMUHL.  Jean was born May 22, 1920 in Detroit, Michigan, and died June 11, 1974 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Don was a very tall man at 6'5", but his brother Joseph Philip Wolf topped him - at 6'7".  While living in Columbus Ohio, the three Wolf children, Don, Joe and Helen, suffered the death of their father when they were young.  The second marriage of their mother was very difficult on them and ultimately Helen and Joe masterminded the "escape" for all three of them.  They just up and left - with clothes on their back basically - and hitchhiked all the way to Ft. Lauderdale, FL, where they lived together and provided for their own needs.  .

Joseph married someone from Columbus Ohio and returned there.  Helen stayed in the Fort Lauderdale area, married and had a daughter.  Don married Jean Replogle and remained in the
Fort Lauderdale area for many years.  Don built his first home there - as he earned enough money to buy some lumber, he bought it.  And built.  Then as they had more money, he bought something else, etc.  A true pay-as-you-go house!  Don and Jean began their family -  a son and two daughters.

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My grateful thanks to other researchers of this Surname Series, particularly Sandra:
SANDRA HAAG HAYDEN       email: shayden@wcnet.org

MARGARET PAYNE                email: prisse@powernet.org

PAULA WEISS                            email: w4vek@bellsouth.net

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Harry Joseph Wolf's Parents:

 

Martha Frances "Fanny" Foss.

 

John (Joseph) Phillip Wolf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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