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12. Jockisch, Louisa & Hackman, John Henry




12. Jokisch, Louisa (March 13, 1837 Cass Co., IL - 1877) m: Hackman, John Henry (1823-1874)


Short Biography


Louisa was the daughter of Charles Jockisch and his second wife Christina. Most of her older siblings by the time she was a teenager were married or out on their own. Her father died when she was only 13. Louisa's life was very short lived: only 40 years. Louisa and John had five children.


Their son Julius was living with brother-in-law and sister Lydia according to the 1900 census. Between 1900 and 1910 he married Mary Zurstadt. Paulina married in 1877 Englebert Crammer, at the age of 18. Lydia married Stier, Henry in 1887 at the age of 20. Frank the oldest married in 1891. John and Louisa youngest child only lived two years.


A. Hackman, Frank (-1896) m: 1891 Wagoner, Rose (July 16, 1869 IL- age 69 2 m 20 d)


1930 Arenzville, Cass, IL Census for Rose Hackman age 60 born in IL around 1870 to parents born in Germany. She is a widow. Living with her Julius O Carls age 42 born in IL around 1888 also widowed. He is her son-in-law. Her grandson Arthur R Carls age 20 born in IL around 1910 lives with them.


  HACKMAN, Rose Katherine - Submitted by Ernie Launer Mrs. Hackman Dies Today Funeral Services Will Be Sunday


   Mrs. Rose Katherine Hackman, a lifelong resident of Cass county, died at noon today in Schmitt Memorial hospital at the age of 69 years 2 months and 20 days.


  The body was taken to the Simpson Home for Services . Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at the late residence, near Beardstown on a farm. The Rev. A. E. Ashton of Bluff Springs will be in charge and burial will be in the family lot at the Jacksonville cemetery.


  The decedent was born near here July 16, 1869 and was united in marriage to Frank Hackman in 1891. Mr. Hackman died in 1896 and two children also preceded her, a son dying in infancy and a daughter, Mrs. Julius Carls, dying January 3, 1923.


   Surviving are two brothers, Harry Wagner of Jacksonville and Ed. Wagner of Virginia: two sisters, Mrs. Fred Cole and Mrs. Frank Guinther of near Virginia. Two half sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Schall of near Arenzville, Mrs. James Collins of Virginia, and a half brother, George Wagner of near Virginia, also survive, together with many nieces and nephews, two grandsons, William and Arthur Carls, and six great-grand children. She is also survived by her son-in-law Julius Carls, who has operated the farm and resided at the Hackman house since the marriage to the decedent's daughter.


1. Hackman, Eva January 21,1892 Bluff Springs IL - January 3,1923 Cass Co, IL age 30) m: Carls, Julius


IL Deaths and Stillbirths,1916-1947 for Eva Edna Carls born January 21,1892 Bluff Springs IL - January 3,1923 Cass Co, IL age 30.Spouce Julius Carls. She was buried in the Jockisch Cemetery.

        a. Carls, William

        b. Carls Arthur


B. Hackman, Paulina M. , (1859 Cass Co., IL- November 26, 1910) m:1877

Crammer, Englebert (November 7,1856 Beardstown, Cass Co, IL- September 4,1945:Jockisch Cemetery) m: 1877 Hackman, Pauline Malinda (September 24, 1857-November 27, 1910) (Jockisch Cemetery records)


CRAMER, ENGELBERT, who is a landowner with extensive holdings, not only in Cass County but elsewhere, is ranked among the substantial men of this locality. He was born at Beardstown, Ill., November 7, 1856, a son of Jacob H. and Charlotta (Trompe) Cramer, natives of Hanover, and of Prussia, Germany. They met in the United States at St. Louis, Mo., where they married. The father was a cabinet maker and contractor, and in 1854, he came to Beardstown where he bought property and followed his trade in that city until his death about 1871.


   Engelbert Cramer attended the public schools of Beardstown and remained with his parents until fourteen years old, when he began working on farms and so continued until twenty-one years old. At that time he rented land, but within eight years bought his first sixty acres to which he has added until he has 260 acres in Cass County. He also owns 160 acres in Kingfisher County, Okla., which he rents, but he operates his Cass County property himself, doing general farming and stock raising.


   In 1877 he married Paulina M. Hackman, who was born in Cass County, Ill., and died November 26, 1910. She was a daughter of John H. and Louisa (Jockisch) Hackman, he born in Hanover, Germany, and she in Cass County, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Cramer had the following children: Louisa, who married William M. Carls, of Cass County; Jacob H. who is of Virginia, Ill.; J. W., who is in the United States navy, being on the U.S.S. New York; Engelbert, who is at home; Henry, who died in infancy; and Ada, who married Raymond Rhineberger, is deceased. Mr. Cramer served as school trustee and director, and as road commissioner, and was the first constable of Bluff Springs Precinct. He belongs to and is a charter member of Bluff Springs Lodge No. 1489, the Modern Woodmen of America, and was one of its organizers. He has always taken much interest in the order and not only has held the offices of adviser, banker and manager, but he was a member of the building committee when the new hall was erected.


  CRAMER, Pauline Malinda (Hackman) - Beardstown Morning Enterprise Tuesday November 29, 1910 - Submitted by Ernie Launer


Death of Mrs. E. Cramer


  Mrs. Englebert Cramer Died at Home South of Bluff Springs Early Sunday Morning. Hackman, Pauline Malinda, wife of Cramer ,Englebert, died at the Family residence two miles south of Bluff Springs, at 4 o'clock Sunday morning, November 27. Mrs. Cramer was taken sick Saturday morning and that was the first medical attention that she had had and in less than twenty-four hours she was lying cold in death.

  Pauline Malinda Hackman-Cramer, was born in the Jockisch settlement, near Bluff Springs, September 24, 1857. In 1877 she was united in marriage to Englebert Cramer, and to this union were born five children, two daughters, Mrs. Will Carls and Ada, and three sons Jacob, Bert, and Julius, who with the husband are left to mourn the death of the wife and mother.

  The funeral services will be held on Tuesday afternoon from the German M. E. church, south of Bluff Springs, known as the Jockisch church. Interment will be made in the Jockisch cemetery.



  Cramer, Jacob Herman (August 31, 1879 Bluff Springs, IL- August 11, 1936 in Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL) m: November 2, 1905 in Springfield, IL. Winklehake, Margaret A. (October 16,1882- October 2,1924 Springfield, IL) daughter of Winklehake, Henry Fredrick & (Jokisch,)Wilhelmina M.   1900 Atlanta City, Fulton, Georgia Census for Margaret Cramer born 1847 Germany Widowed. Children Frederick Cramer born February 1876, Kentucky and Jake born February 1876 Kentucky.


  CRAMER, JACOB H. - Every line of business gives openings for intelligent men if they are willing to devote to it care and attention. Cass County is an agricultural community, and Virginia is the natural shipping point for a wide territory, so that through the business men of this city pass many of the commodities raised in the outlying regions. Jacob H. Cramer has for years conducted a large business handling horses and mules, generally keeping about twenty head. In connection with this line he buys and sells, and is one of the heavy dealers of this section. Mr. Cramer also handles farm machinery, wagons and buggies, and conducts a first class livery, owning twelve head of horses, and is prepared to do either light or heavy hauling.


   The birth of Mr. Cramer occurred at Bluff Springs, Ill., August 31, 1880, he being a son of Engelbert and Pauline (Hackman) Cramer. While growing up on his father's farm he attended the local schools and those of Girard, Ill. For the three years following the completion of his studies Mr. Cramer was engaged in farming, and then coming to Virginia he bought the livery business owned by Bergen & Crum, and has continued to conduct it ever since, branching out as above stated.


   On November 8, 1906, Mr. Cramer was married at Virginia to Winklehake, Margaret, a daughter of Winklehake, Henry and Minnie (Jokisch) . Mr. and Mrs. Cramer have four children, namely: Henry, Hazel, Pauline and Nina Louise. Mr. Cramer is a member of the Red Men, having joined that order after locating at Virginia.


    a. Cramer, Henry m: Walker, Edna

       1. Crammer, Jacob, Jr.

    b. Cramer, Pauline

    c. Crammer, Hazel Ada

    d. Cramer, Nina Louise m: Arthalony, Adrain

    e. Cramer, Rosemary Margaret (January 9,1916 IL-March 12,1916 Virginia Cass, IL Jockisch Cemetery) Parents: Jake Cramer & Margaret Winklehake

    f. Cramer, Jacob (Jakie) H. II (February 1876 Kentucky -)

    g. Cramer, Frederick ( February 1876 Kentucky-)


CRAMER, Jacob H., II - Submitted by Ernie Launer Jacob H. Cramer II

Jacob H. Cramer, II, 77, of Virginia, died at 1:45 a.m. Sunday, May 8, 1994 at St. John's Hospice in Springfield.

   He was born April 3, 1917 in Virginia, the son of Jacob Herman and Margaret Winkelhake Cramer. He married Mabel V. Black on November 7, 1936 in Virginia and she preceded him in death on December 10, 1992.

   He is survived by a son, Jacob H. Cramer III of Virginia; three daughters, Margaret L. Frederick of Kent, Washington, Carolyn M. Budwick of Kenosha, Wisconsin and Naomi Copes of Zion; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; a brother Robert Cramer of Anaheim, CA; four sisters, Hazel Cramer of Virginia, Nina Arthalony of Chandlerville, Dorothy Stratman of Grand Blane, MI and Betty Middendorf of Quincy; 18 nieces and nephews.

   He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Henry E, Cramer; and two sisters, Rosemary Cramer, in infancy and Pauline W. Devine.

   He was a retired electrician and a member of the I. B. E. W. local of Waukegan. He attended Virginia schools and graduated from Great Lakes Bible Institute in Zion and was a member of Philadelphia Church of Chicago.

   Funeral services were held at 1;00 p.m. Wednesday at the Massie-Buchanan Funeral Home in Virginia with the Rev. Dan Spruell officiating. Eulogy was given by the Rev. William Bastian and Vocalist was Donna Bastian. Pallbearers were David Budwick, Jason Copes, Royce Middendorf, E. J. Cramer, Jacob Cramer III and Walter Lyles.

   Memorial gifts may be given to St, John's Hospice or Cass County Cancer Society.

h. Crammer, Dorothy

    i. Crammer, Robert

    j. Crammer, Betty Margaret

   2. Crammer, Louisa ( -October 1944) m: Carls, William

    a. Carls, Clifford

   3. Cramer, Julius W. died Aft. 1945. Served in U.S. Navy aboard the U.S.S. New York in 1915 [CRAMER, Julius - 1886-1957 Arenzville IL Cemetery]

   4. Cramer, Henry ( Abt. 1878- infancy)

  5. Cramer, Englebert (September 23, 1889- April 9,1968 in Bluff Springs, IL)

6.    Crammer, Ade m: Reinberger, Ray

       a. Reinberger, Margaret


C. Hackman, Lydia (October 1864 IL-) m: March 9, 1887 Menard, IL Stier, Henry (March 1858 Germany-)


    1. Hackman, Clarence m: Woodrum, Etta

       a. Hackman, Clarence ( Jun 1888-)

       b. Seberger, Julia (April 1896 Maryland-) adopted daughter.

       c. Hackman, Julius

       d. Hackman, Gerald


   1900 Petersburg City, Menard, IL census for Henry Steer born March 1858 Germany married for 13 years to Lydia born in October 1864 IL Child: Clarence born June 1888. Living with them Julius Hackman Lydia's brother and two others: Henry Datzert born Nov 1859 IL parents born in Germany and Julia Seberger adopted daughter born in Maryland on April 1896. Parents born in Germany.


D. Hackman, Julius Henry (August 5,1872 Bluff Springs, IL - August 23,1938 Menard, IL 66) m: Zurstadt, Mary He was a farmer in Athens , Menard, IL


   1910 Athens Precinct, Menard IL Census for Julius H. Hackman age 37 farther born in Germany, mother in IL married to Marie age 32 both parents born in Germany. Child Lydia age 6 born in IL


  1920 Athens Precinct, Menard IL Census for Julius H. Hackman born 1873 age 47 IL, Married to Mary born 1879 age 41 IL Children: Lydia G Hackman born 1904 age 16 IL; Alwin F age 8 born 1912 IL and John H. age 4 born 1916 IL


  1930 Athens, Menard, IL Census for Julius H. Hackman age 57 married to Mary Z age 52. Children: Alvin F age 18 ad J. Henry age 15.


    a. Hackman, Lydia (1904 IL -) m: Robbins, Clyde

       1. Robbins, Clyde R. Jr.

    b. Hackman, Alvin (1912 IL-) m: Parkinson, Kathryn

    c. Hackman, Henry (1916 IL-)


E. Hackman, Charles U.(-December 24,1870 @2y-11m-22ds)