Antoine Nicholas Husting1

M, b. 22 November 1773, d. 23 May 1824
Reference=0054.2
     He was born on 22 November 1773 at Fischbach, Mersch, Luxembourg.1,2 He was the son of Johan Joseph Husting and Elisabeth Binsfeld.1

Antoine Nicholas Husting was a journalier.1

Antoine Nicholas Husting married Anna Prommenschenkel on 10 January 1802.1,2

Antoine Nicholas Husting died on 23 May 1824 at Fischbach, Mersch, Luxembourg, at age 50.1,2

Children of Antoine Nicholas Husting and Anna Prommenschenkel

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.
  3. [S462] Mark R. Miller Genealogy Website, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ebulon/…

Antoine Nicolaus Husting

M, b. 7 October 1720, d. after 12 May 1771
Reference=0216.0
     He was born on 7 October 1720 at Éthe, Luxembourg, Belgium.1,2,3 He was the son of Jean Hustin and Marie Guillaume.1

Antoine Nicolaus Husting was also known as Antonii.3

Antoine Nicolaus Husting married Maria Theresia Hubert, daughter of Louis Hubert and Catherine Collet, on 15 October 1741 at Éthe, Luxembourg, Belgium.1,2,3

Antoine Nicolaus Husting died after 12 May 1771.1,2,3

Child of Antoine Nicolaus Husting and Maria Theresia Hubert

Citations

  1. [S41] Christopher S. Miasnik, "Pedigree Chart for Dana Kellerman", Chart 13.
  2. [S161] Husting History.
  3. [S276] IGI Index, 22 Mar 1999.

Barbara Husting1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.4.2
     She is the daughter of Louis P. Husting and Lena Hageman.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Barbara Husting1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.4.3
     She is the daughter of Eugene Husting and Veronica Wagner.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Bella Husting1,2

F, b. 22 December 1876
Reference=0027.2.3.2
     She was born on 22 December 1876.1 She was the daughter of Jean Pierre Husting and Catherine Klotz.1

Bella Husting was baptized on 23 December 1876.1

Bella Husting was also known as Bertha E Husting.1

Bella Husting married Peter Schlaefer circa 1906.3

Children of Bella Husting and Peter Schlaefer

Citations

  1. [S127] Past and Present: Biographies.
  2. [S161] Husting History.
  3. [S220] 1910 Census Record.

Bernard Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.1.4.1
     He is the son of Paul Husting and Catherine Boland.1

Bernard Husting married Lavina Wahlberg.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Bernard Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.6.A.4
     He is the son of Edward M. Husting and Gertrude O'Shaughnessy.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Bertha Husting1

F, b. January 1854, d. 1942
Reference=0027.2.7
     She was born in January 1854 at Lintgen, Mersch, Luxembourg.1 She was the daughter of Theodore Husting and Susanne Engel.1

Bertha Husting married James Bannon, son of Owen Bannon and Rose Hoey, on 10 September 1878.1,2

Bertha Husting died in 1942.2

Children of Bertha Husting and James Bannon

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S52] St. Matthew Catholic Church, Neosho, Woodland, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  3. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Berthold Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.5.4
     He is the son of Eugene Louis Husting.1

Berthold Husting married Helen Langman.2

Berthold Husting lived in 1928 in Mayville, Dodge County, Wisconsin.3

Citations

  1. [S157] Hartford Times Press, 1 Dec 1916.
  2. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  3. [S308] Fond du Lac Directory 1928.

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting

M, b. 6 March 1878, d. 3 September 1948
Reference=0027.7.8
     He was born on 6 March 1878 at Mayville, Dodge County, Wisconsin.1,2 He was the son of Jean Pierre Husting and Mary Magdalene Juneau.3

Berthold Juneau Husting, a member of the Milwaukee bar, was born in Mayville, Wisconsin, March 6, 1878, a son of John Pierre and Mary Magdalene (Juneau) Husting. The father was brought to America from Luxembourg by his parents in 1855. He was a jeweler by trade and during the tenure of President Cleveland he was appointed postmaster of Mayville. Subsequently he was elected city treasurer. THe mother was a daughter of Solomon Juneau, one of the pioneer residents of Milwaukee.
     Berthold J. Husting received the LL.B. degree from the University of Wisconsin with the class of 1900. From his early youth he was interested in baseball and other sports. For four seasons, 1899 to 1902, he was a professional ball player, being a pitcher on the Milwaukee team when it was a member of the American League. Later he was with the Pittsburgh and Boston American League clubs and with Connie Mack's first pennant-winning Athletics of Philadelphia.
     Being admitted to the bar in 1900, Mr. Husting began practicing his profession in Fond du Lac in 1902. From 1915 to 1933 he was associated with his brothers, the late United States Senator Paul O. Husting, Bonduel A. and Gustav B., under the firm style of Husting & Husting, at Mayville and Fond du Lac. In 1933 he was appointed United States district attorney for the eastern district of Wisconsin, a position which he able filled for almost twelve years. Since April, 1944, he has engaged in private practice at Mayville. He is a strong and forceful member of the bar with a comprehensive knowledge of legal principles and with analytical power that enables him to correctly apply these principles and with analytical power that enables him to apply these principles to the points at issue. His name has been associated with the trial of many important cases, among them Sharon versus the Winnebago Manufacturing Company, heard in 1910 and reported in 141 Wisconsin, 185; Theresa Village Mutual Fire Insurance Company versus the Wisconsin Central Railway, tried in 1911 and reported in 144 Wisconsin, 321; the state versus Adelmeyer (221 Wisconsin 246), tried in 1936; and the numerous and famous Horicon Marsh cases. The number of favorable verdicts he has won testify to his ability in analyzing and presenting his cause and the soundness of his deductions.
     Mr. Husting was a member of the county board of Fond du Lac from 1910 to 1914 and of Dodge County from 1926 to 1931 and is president of the Dodge County Bar Association. He has always been a staunch supporter of the Democratic party and was chairman of the Democratic county committee of Fond du Lac County and in 1932 was a delegate to the national convention. He was a candidate for the office of lieutenant governor of Wisconsin in 1930 and also for the United States Congress in 1932. He has membership in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and is an honorary member of the Milwaukee W Club of the University of Wisconsin and of the Lions Club of Mayville.
     Mr. Husting was married August 27, 1902, to Miss Agnes Julia Sternberger. They have three children: Suzanne Madeline, now the wife of Ralph B. Wankman; Jakob, a special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and Constance Agnes, now the wife of First Lieutenant John W. Carlson. The family home is in Mayville, where Mr. Husting spends much of his leisure time in gardening and during the season he greatly enjoys duck hunting.4

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting played professional baseball with Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Boston, and the pennant winning 1902 Philadelphia Athlectics. between 1899 and 1902.5

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting was educated at University of Wisconsin in 1900 in Wisconsin.

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting was an attorney between 1902 and 1944 at Mayville.6,7

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting married Agnes Sternberger on 27 August 1902.3

The following wedding announcement was printed in the Beaver Dam Argus on 28 Aug 1902:
Berthold J. Husting and Miss Agnes Sternberger were married at the residence of Mrs. Ruedebusch (Mrs. Ruedebusch being a sister of the bride) at Mayville, at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, August 27th, County Judge J.A. Barney.8

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting worked at Husting & Husting Was in business with his brothers Paul, Bonduel, and Gustav between 1915 and 1933 at Mayville and Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting served as a United States district attorney between 1933 and 1944 at Wisconsin.5

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting died on 3 September 1948 at He died at Columbia Hospital., Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, at age 70.9,5

The following obituary was printed in the Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter on 3 Sept. 1948:
B. J. Husting, 70, Mayville, Dead: Ill a Brief Time; Former Public Official, Early Day Baseball Pitcher, Dies in Milwaukee
     Berthold Juneau Husting, 70, Mayville, widely known lawyer, former United States district attorney for Eastern Wisconsin, a noted early day professional baseball player and a former resident of Fond du Lac, died unexpectedly early today at Columbia hospital, Milwaukee. He entered the hospital Wednesday for observation.
     "Pete" Husting practiced law in Fond du Lac from 1992 to 1915, when he went to Mayville, where at the time of his death he was engaged in legal business with his son, John Husting.
     A grandson of Solomon Juneau, the late lawyer was born March 6, 1878, at Mayville, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan Pierre Husting. His father was a pioneer jeweler of this city. Berthold Husting attended the Mayville schools and later entered the University of Wisconsin school of law. He was admitted to the bar in 1900. He became United States district attorney in 1933 and served in that capacity for a period of 11 years.
          Played Pre Ball
     Considered the best pitcher of his day, "Pete" Husting played professional baseball with the American and National leagues from 1900 to 1902. In 1897, he pitched for Fond du Lac when the local team played Waupun for the Wisconsin championship, hurling an 8 to 3 win for the city aggregation.
     Husting's baseball career began in the late 90's when he pitched the University of Wisconsin squad to a Western conference championship in 1898. In football, he was a backfield mate of Pat O'Dea, Wisconsin's famed dropkicker. Husting became ineligible when he refused to sign a statement that he had not played professional ball with state teams during the summer. He coached the Badger nine for a year before he graduated from the law school in 1900.
     Connie Mack signed Husting for a Milwaukee club in 1900 after seeing "Pete" pitch for a Fond du Lac semi-pro club. When Mack went to the Philadelphia Athletics as manager he took Husting with him. Husting won 15 games and lost six as the A's won the pennant in 1902. He also pitched for Boston in the American league and Pittsburgh in the National league before his career ended. An accident at home during the off-season forced his retirement as a player. While running across his yard at night, Husting ran into a wire clothes line, cutting his right eye so severely that he lost the sight.
     An ardent hunter and fisherman and conservationist, Husting was leader in the movement to open parts of the Horicon marsh.
     While a resident of the city, the Mayville lawyer served as a member of the county board and was affiliated with numerous civic groups. Active in politics, he served as a delegate to the national Democratic convention in 1932. He was president of the Dodge County Bar association and a member of Delta Tau fraternity.
     Surviving Mr. Husting are his widow, the former Agnes Starberger of Mayville; his son John; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Wackman, Wauwatosa, and Mrs. John W. Carlson, Milwaukee; six grandchildren; and three brothers, Leopold Husting, Madison, Maximillian Husting, Chicago, and Gustave Husting, Madison. Two brothers, Senator Paul Husting, who was killed in a hunting accident, and B. A. Husting, a Fond Du Lac lawyer, preceded him in death.
     Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Koepsell funeral home, Mayville, where the body will be in state after 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Graceland cemetery, Mayville.5

Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting was buried at Graceland Cemetery on 5 September 1948 at Mayville.5

Children of Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting and Agnes Sternberger

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S316] 1905 State census, Wisconsin, FHL Film #1020439-990.
  3. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  4. [S382] Wisconsin: stability, progress, beauty, Vol. 3.
  5. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 3 Sept 1948.
  6. [S129] Fond du Lac Reporter, 14 Apr 1924.
  7. [S308] Fond du Lac Directory 1928.
  8. [S183] Beaver Dam Argus.
  9. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 27 Jan 1950.

Betsy Husting1

F
Reference=0027.3.2.2.2
     She is the daughter of Paul John Hilary Husting and Margaret Kostanzer.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Betty Husting

F, b. 11 October 1920
Reference=0027.7.7.5
     She was born on 11 October 1920.1 She is the daughter of Gustav Binsfeld Husting and Paula Ruedebusch.2

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Betty Husting1

F
Reference=0027.2.6.A.3
     She is the daughter of Edward M. Husting and Gertrude O'Shaughnessy.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Bonduel Albert Husting

M, b. 23 June 1874, d. 30 September 1935
Reference=0027.7.6
     He was born on 23 June 1874 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.1 He was the son of Jean Pierre Husting and Mary Magdalene Juneau.2

Bonduel Albert Husting married Kate Anderson on 23 June 1907.1

Bonduel Albert Husting worked at a law firm between 1928 and 1932 at 9 Forest Avenue, Fond du Lac.3,4

Bonduel Albert Husting and Kate Anderson lived at 180 E. 1st between 1928 and 1932 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.3,4

Bonduel Albert Husting died on 30 September 1935 at Mercy Hospital, Osh Kosh, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, at age 61.5,6,1

B.A. Husting's obituary was printed in the Mayville Newspaper on 02 Oct 1935:
B.A. Husting Is Accident Victim
Brother of Local Residents Buried Sunday in Graceland Cemetery
     Injuries recieved on Monday in an automobile accident claimed the life of Bonduel A. Husting, 61 year old Fond du Lac Attorney, a brother of Mrs. Isabella Lamoreaux, and U.S. Dist. Atty. B.J. Husting of this city.
     A hemorrhage caused by a brain injury sustained when his auto and a cattle truck collided near Fond du Lac last week, was the cause of death. Mr. Husting had also sustained a fractured vertabra. For a time it appeared that he would recover, and attendants at Mercy hospital in Osh Kosh, where he was taken after the accident, felt that his condition was improving, but the hemmorhage resulted in his death.
     B. A. Husting was born in Fond du Lac on June 23, 1874, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John P. Husting, pioneer residents of this city. He spent his youth in this city, attending the local schools before studying telegraphy. After working for a railroad company for several years m he studied law at the University of Wisconsin.
     Upon recieving his degree, he established an office in Fond du Lac, where he had been since that time. He served three terms as district attorney in Fond du Lac county, was chairman of the county Democratic committee for several years, and hels other offices.
     On June 23, 1907, he was married to Miss Kate Anderson of Eldorado, who survives with the children, Mrs. Carl W. Dyckhoff, Fond du Lac; Miss Helen Husting, of Ripon; Miss Margaret Husting, a student at Ripon college; and John Pierre. A sister, Mrs. Isabella Lamoreux of this city; four brothers, B. J. Husting, of this city; Gustav, St. Paul, Leo, Madison; Max, Souix Falls, So. Dak; and two grandchildren also remain. Two brothers, Paul and Otto preceeded him in death.
     Funeral services were held on Sunday with Fountain lodge No. 26, F & A. M., in charge, at the Fond du Lac Masonic temple. The body was brought here for burial in Graceland cemetery.
Attend Funeral of B.A. Husting Here
Last rites were held here on Sunday for the late B.A. Husting, Fond du Lac attorney and well known here. Among the out of town people who were here for the funeral were the following:
     Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Husting, Leo and Frances Husting, Mrs. Antoinette Lang, of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Husting, N. B. Husting, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Husting, Chicago; Paul Husting, Red Granite; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McCarty, Otto Ruedebusch, and family, Brownsville;
     S. B. Stedman, Mrs. Herbert Stafford, Miss Madge Stedman, of Berlin; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson, of Grand Rapids, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Weber, Misses Alexa and Camille Weber, of Theresa; Miss Elinor Grulke, Ripon;
     Mr. and Mrs. John Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pick, Mrs. Thekla Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Meara, Andrew Pick, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Langenbach, of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schlaefer, Mrs. J. P. Husting, Mrs. Kate Harder, of Campbellsport;
     Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dusel, of Iron Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hauche of Algoma; Wesley Cochrane, Fox Lake; Mr. and Mrs. William Albrecht, Wausau;
     Jack Brunkhorst, Fond du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilhelm, Mrs. Meta Lueck, of Waupan; Mr. and Mrs. John Schrader, Rush Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Will Juneau, Robert Juneau, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thiel, Mrs. A. Fickert, Alice Fickert, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Husting, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wackman, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Sauerhering, John Husting, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wolfe, Robert Wolfe, of Milwaukee;
     Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kremer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kremer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muenchow, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dana, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. G. Korrer, Mrs. Julia Wolters, Miss Belle Serwe, Ed Kremer, Mrs. Toms Downs, M. K. Raidy, and Ad Kemmitz of Fond du Lac.
     Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins, of Beaver Dam; George Hartmann, Paul Hemmy, sr., and son Paul, Al Nowak, Ben Lange, and John O'Mara, of Juneau.7

Bonduel Albert Husting was buried at Graceland Cemetery after 2 October 1935 at Fond du Lac.8

Children of Bonduel Albert Husting and Kate Anderson

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  3. [S238] Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, City Directory, 1932.
  4. [S308] Fond du Lac Directory 1928.
  5. [S129] Fond du Lac Reporter, 14 Apr 1924.
  6. [S35] Fond du Lac Daily Reporter, 27 Jan 1950.
  7. [S217] Mayville.
  8. [S217] Mayville, 02 Sep 1935.

Carl Husting1

M
Reference=0027.3.3.6
     He is the son of Charles Husting and Anna Nichols.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Carl Husting1

M
Reference=0027.3.5.1
     He is the son of Henry Victor Husting and Marie Pick.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Catherine Husting1

F, d. September 1822
Reference=0027.1
     She was born. She was the daughter of Michael Husting and Barbara Becker.1

Catherine Husting died in September 1822 at Lintgen, Mersch, Luxembourg.1

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.

Catherine Husting1

F, b. 18 January 1850, d. after 4 September 1915
Reference=0027.2.6
     She was born on 18 January 1850 at Lintgen, Mersch, Luxembourg.1 She was the daughter of Theodore Husting and Susanne Engel.1

Catherine Husting married Jacob Harter after 1880.1

Catherine Husting died after 4 September 1915.1

Children of Catherine Husting and Jacob Harter

Citations

  1. [S161] Husting History.
  2. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Catherine Husting1

F, b. 9 December 1847, d. circa 1880
     Catherine Husting married John Peter Stein on 27 September 1841.2 She was born on 9 December 1847 at Fischbach, Mersch, Luxembourg.1 She was the daughter of Antoine Nicholas Husting and Anna Prommenschenkel.1

Catherine Husting died circa 1880 at Wisconsin.1

Child of Catherine Husting and John Peter Stein

Charles Husting

M, b. 1855
Reference=0027.3.3
     He was born in 1855. He is the son of Nicholas Husting and Marianne Anne Faber. He immigrated on 28 April 1855 to From Le Havre, France, New York, New York; The John Hancock left Le Havre on April, 28 1855, and docked in New York on June 20, 1855.1

Charles Husting married Anna Nichols.2

Charles Husting witnessed the baptism of Arthur Paul Carl Langenbach on 22 March 1874 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States; Sponsors: Pauline Lanners and Carl Husting.3

Charles Husting witnessed the baptism of Charles Bertram Weber on 9 April 1876 at Theresa; Baptised as Carolum Bertram
Sponsors: Carol Husting & Bertha Langenbach.3

Charles Husting witnessed the baptism of Charles Victor Husting on 31 July 1894 at Theresa; Sponsors: Carolus Husting and Maria Husting.3

Charles Husting witnessed the baptism of Sylvia Fickert on 31 March 1895 at St Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa; Baptised Sylvia Sophia Maria Anna Clementine Fickert.3

Citations

  1. [S324] John Hancock, 28 Apr 1855.
  2. [S161] Husting History.
  3. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  4. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Charles Husting

M
Reference=0027.7.5.3
     He is the son of Leopoldus Franziscus Husting and Nellie Sommers.1

Charles Husting married Jane Marden circa 1925.2

Charles Husting married Joan Malek on 1 December 1951 at St. Francis of Cabrini, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.3

Children of Charles Husting and Jane Marden

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  2. [S161] Husting History.
  3. [S323] "Hastings Gazette", Ancestral File, 7 Dec 1951.

Charles Husting1

M, b. 29 May 1927, d. 4 February 1991
Reference=0027.2.6.8.2
     He was born on 29 May 1927 at Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota.2 He was the son of Leborious Husting and Loretta Brennan.1

Charles Husting died on 4 February 1991 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, at age 63.2

Charles P. Husting
     OCONOMOWOC- Charles P. Husting, 63 of Oconomowoc, died Monday, Feb 4, 1991 at Clement J Zablocki VA Medical Center.
     A memorial funeral Mass will be held Friday at 6 p.m. at St. Jerome Catholic Church in Oconomowoc with the Rev Thomas Tearney officiating.
     Memorials are suggested to the charity of one's choice.
     The Pagenkopf Funeral Home of Oconomowoc is serving the family.
     Husting was born May 29, 1927 in Hastings, Minn., son of Lebo and Laura Husting. He was employed as a home builder, realtor and charter bus driver. He served in the United States Air Force and was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church.
     Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Jeffery (Susan) Nameth of Irvine, Calif., and Mrs. Stephen (Kindy) Verderber of New Orleans, La; a son, Daniel of Milwaukee; three grandchildren; a sister, Winifred Salvog on Minneapolis, Minn; a nephew; other relatives and friends.2

Children of Charles Husting

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  2. [S176] Unknown Newspaper, 27 Jan 1888.

Charles Victor Husting1

M, b. 16 March 1894, d. 19 May 1896
Reference=0027.3.2.3
     He was born on 16 March 1894 at Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States.1,2 He was the son of Eugene Husting and Auguste Haas.1

Charles Victor Husting was also known as Carl.3

Charles Victor Husting was baptized on 31 July 1894 at Theresa. The baptism was witnessed by Charles Husting and Marie (Mary) Husting Sponsors: Carolus Husting and Maria Husting.1

Charles Victor Husting died on 19 May 1896 at West Bend, Washington County, Wisconsin, at age 2.1

Charles Victor Husting was buried at St. Theresa on 21 May 1896 at Theresa.1

Citations

  1. [S51] St. Theresa Catholic Church, Theresa, Dodge, Wisconsin, United States.
  2. [S494] John Von Haden, St. Theresa's Catholic Church
    Theresa, Dodge County, Wisconsin
    Genealogical Record 1855-2001.
  3. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Coletta Husting1

F
Reference=0027.3.3.4
     She is the daughter of Charles Husting and Anna Nichols.1

Coletta Husting married Perry West.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Constance Agnes Husting

F
Reference=0027.7.8.2
     She is the daughter of Berthold (Pete) Juneau Husting and Agnes Sternberger.1

Constance Agnes Husting married First Lieutenant John W. Carlson.2

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.
  2. [S382] Wisconsin: stability, progress, beauty, Vol. 3.

Corinne Husting1

F
Reference=0027.3.2.2.4
     She is the daughter of Walter Eugene Husting and Corina Gardien.1

Corinne Husting married John Easterbrook.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Dale Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.5.5.1
     He is the son of William Husting and Julia Strawhand.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Daniel Husting1

M
     He is the son of Charles Husting.1

Citations

  1. [S176] Unknown Newspaper, 27 Jan 1888.

Duane Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.1.3.2
     He is the son of Albert Husting and Florence Garfield.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.

Edward Husting1

M
Reference=0027.2.6.A.5
     He is the son of Edward M. Husting and Gertrude O'Shaughnessy.1

Citations

  1. [S327] Leo Husting, "Descendents of Michael Husting", Ancestral File.