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Harpstreit Ida AnnBorn in Lookinglass Township. Daughter of John Peter Charles Harpstrite and Anna Bayer. Grand daughter of Adolph and Ida nee Hartwick HERBSTREIT. Became wife of Menard Joseph Luebbers. Mother of fifteen children - Irishtown Township.
Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in 2011.
Harpstreit SiblingsA family gathering of children of John and Anna, nee Bayer, Harpstreit. L to R: Nora (Moye), Theodore, Cora (Reeb), Katherine "Kate", Erwin, Ida Ann (Luebbers), Edwin, and Louise (Siegel). John Harpstrite was not present for photo. Circa 1950s.
Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Sep 2011.
Harpstrite BrothersLeft to right, Charles (settled in Decatur/Sangamon, Macon County IL); Judge Anthony, of Trenton IL; Edward (settled in Decatur, Macon County IL)

Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Oct 2011.
Harpstrite farmAerial view of Edward Harpstrite farm, unknown date. Farm passed down to his son Richard Harpstrite, and on to his children.

Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Oct 2011.
Harpstrite, Catharina nee UpmeierWife of Judge Anton Harpstrite, Trenton IL Photo taken before 1896.
Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in 2011.
Harpstrite, Clara Louise (Markley)The Samuel Markley family home-steading in the Cherokee County, Sedgwick, Kansas territory circa 1898
Clara Louise Harpstrite, daughter of Charles Herbstritt/Harpstrite and Magdelane Minch, of Decatur Macon County IL.
Back Row: Left to right; Harriet {Stare}Markley~~Clara Louise {Harpstrite} Markley~~~Samuel Benjamin Markley~~~Little Benjamin Markley age 4. Front Row: Clara Markley (nee Houseworth) Perry Markley-Age 2, John Thomas Markley.
Harpstrite, Edward and Anna "Minnie" nee PletcherPhoto taken circa 1915, Trenton IL
Back row, from the left: Clara, Richard, Mabel, Harvey
Seated: Edward, Herbert, Gertrude, Kathryn, and Anna.
Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Oct 2011.

Herbstreith Brothers - Louis, Charles and OttoThree sons of Karl Charles HERBSTRITT/Herbstreith and Maria Anna Bonnet of Lookinglass Township IL. Maria died in January 1873 of an illness, and Karl was tragically killed in Trenton IL while driving his team of horses and wagon through town and they bolted, throwing him out of the wagon and causing him to break his neck in July 1873. (Carlyle Union Banner article from July 1873). Both are buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Trenton IL. The boys and a sister, Anna Maria (married Hugo Naegele of New Baden IL) were orphaned and raised by other family members. The sons eventually relocated to Henry County MO with other family, where Otto and Charles had their name changed spelling to HARBSTREET at some point in time. Louis retained the HERBSTREITH spelling of his name. Most members of the Harbstreet family line and subsequent generations are buried in Morris Cemetery in Henry County MO. The Naegele's remained in the New Baden area.
Herbstreith, Emil and Marie WaigandWedding photo May 18, 1927 New Baden IL
Herbstritt Sons of Johann Baptiste Herbstritt-HarpstriteLeft to right, photo taken before 1906. Judge Anton of Trenton, Augustus of Decatur, Charles of Sangamon, and Edward of Decatur. Immigrated to US in 1833 with their father, mother and sisters, Isidore and Maria Anna who all three women died during the cholera epidemic, arriving to Lookinglass Township Clinton County in 1844. Descendants of the HERBSTRITT ancestral family of Ettenheimweiler, Baden, Germany. Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in 2011.
Herbstritt, Maria AnnaSister to Adolph, Maxmillian and Karl Herbstritt/Herbstreit, four siblings of twelve born in Ettenheim, Baden, Germany. The family immigrated to Lookinglass Township from arrival in December 1854 on board the William Nelson to New York. She married William Oberle, they lived in the Nokomis, IL area the rest of their lives. They raised a family of thirteen children. Subsequent generations of the family now live in the Kansas City areas of KS and MO.
Herbstritt-Herbstreit, AdolphIrwin "Lou" Luebbers standing next to his great grandfather's gravesite in St. Mary's Cemetery Trenton IL
Ida Ann Harpstreit Luebbers 1983Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Oct 2011.
Interior of the ChurchSt. Bartholomaus Katholic Church, Ettenheim, Baden, Germany

Photo submitted by Marilyn Luebbers Morrison in Oct 2011.
Oberle, WilliamHusband of Maria Anna Herbstritt/Herbstreit, born Nokomis IL 1837
Organ pipes of St. Bartholomaus Katholic ChurchEttenheim, Baden, Germany
St. Bartholomaus Katholic ChurchEttenheim, Baden, Germany. Ancestral church of the HERBSTRITT family from the 1600s. The baptismal fount inside the church is carved from German hardwood is said to have been hand-carved by a Herbstritt ancestor who was a wood craftsman.
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