Anna E. Langlass

(1864-1918)

Parents

Henry Langlass
Louisa Maltzahn

Spouse

Louis Ehmann

Children

Emma Johanna Ehmann
Lena H. Ehmann
Caroline Ehmann
Edwin J. Ehmann
Otto A. Ehmann


Information about Individual

Anna Langlass was born on 13 August 1869 in Kochville, Michigan.

In 1889, Anna was working as a domestic in a home at 326 N. Ninth Street, East Saginaw, Michigan. In 1890, she was a live-in domestic at a home located at 1440 Genesee Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan.

On 10 May 1891, Anna married Louis Ehmann. The wedding took place in Saginaw, Michigan and was officiated by Pastor F. Voltz. Anna's brother John Langlass and Bail Sinchoff1 served as witnesses. Both of the witnesses lived in Beavertown, Michigan.

Anna and her husband lived on a farm in Williams Township. Except for the 1910 census, records list Anna's occupation was housewife. According to the 1910 census, she was a farm laborer on the family farm.

On 17 April 1918, Anna died. According to her death record, the cause of death was listed as Insanity Melonchonia with hypostatic pneumonia as a contributing factor. The cause of the disease was listed as hereditary.

Anna's funeral took place on 21 April 1918 at Beaver Zion Lutheran Church. She was buried at the Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery in Beaver, Michigan.

1The marriage record is hard to read so it is likely that I have spelled this witness' name wrong.

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In 1891, the year that Anna Langlass married Louis Ehmann, the University of Michigan football team had a 4-5 record. The team played their homes games at the Ann Arbor Fairgrounds. This image was originally published in The Castalian, the college's yearbook.