Ada Lindauer I
Sex: Female
Birth: 1868
Hoboken or New York City
Death: May 7, 1894
Hoboken, New Jersey
Father: Charles Frederick Lindauer I (1835-1921)
Mother: Anna Augusta Kershaw (1841-1931)
Spouse/Partner: Charles L. Schoenfeld II
Marriage: June 03, 1886
Manhattan, New York
Children: Lulu Schoenfeld (1886-?)
Eloise Schoenfeld (1888-?)
Ada B. Schoenfeld (1888)
Edward Schoenfeld (1891-?)

Ada Lindauer I (1868-1894) aka Adeline Lindauer. (b. 1868, most likely Hoboken or Manhattan, USA - d. May 7, 1894, most likely Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA)

Name variationsEdit

  • Adeline Lindauer
  • Adaline Lindauer



Eloise Lindauer (1861-1935) aka Ellie Lindauer, who married Maximillian S. Freudenberg I (1858-1921) aka Max Freudenberg; William Lindauer (1866-c1870); Adeline Lindauer I (1862-c1895) aka Ada Lindauer I, who married Charles L. Schoenfeld (c1860-?); Anna Lillian Lindauer (1872-1956) who married Ira Lowe (1875-bef1910); Harry Chauncey Lindauer I (1877-1923) who married Hannah Shea (1884-?) and died of syphilis; and LeBaron Hart Lindauer (1879-1945) aka Lee Lindauer, who is named after the physician that attended his birth, and he later married Catherine Harney (1878-1966).

1880 United States CensusEdit

She appears in the 1880 United States Census living with her parents in Hoboken, New Jersey.


On June 03, 1886 she married Charles L. Schoenfeld II (1858-aft1920) in Manhattan. Charles was the son of Charles L. Schoenfeld I (1825-?) and Elise Piest Kuchan (1827-?). Charles and Elise were from Stadthagen, Lippe-Schaumburg, Germany. On Ada's marriage certificate, her parents are listed as: "Charles F. Lindauer" and "Annie Geschohr". The certificate was number "57675".


All the children were born in Hoboken.


Ada died on May 7, 1895 in Hoboken, New Jersey. The death was incorrectly indexed as occurring in 1894. It was reported in the 1895 newspaper.

Unfinished tasksEdit

Her death certificate will have to be ordered and her funeral notice looked up in the microfilm at Rutgers. Her descendants will have to be searched for until a living person is found. The best way will be to search through the New Jersey marriage index until I can find one of the daughters married. From there I can search for their death and living people mentioned in the funeral notice.


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