Jenny Gertrude Freudenberg (1888-1888) died as an infant at 164 days from "cerebral congestion". (b. Thursday, June 7, 1888, 89 Adam Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. Sunday, November 18, 1888, 89 Adam Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA) She lived for 164 days old if we do not count the day of her death as a full day. She was 5 months and 11 days old if we do not count the day of her death as a full day.
- Max S. Freudenberg II (1881) who died as an infant
- Ada Augusta Freudenberg (1885-1957) who married Ralph Kohlman (1885-1957) the printer
- Charles Fredrick Freudenberg (1887-1942) who married Julia Mary Buttomer (1883-1973) and is the one sibling with only a single photograph
- Clara Freudenberg (1889-1959) who never married
- Arthur Oscar Freudenberg I (1891-1968) who worked as a real estate broker and married Maria Elisabeth Winblad II (1895-1987)
- Max Freudenberg III (1893-?) who lived till at least 7 years old and appears on the 1900 census and may be buried in Hoboken Cemetery
- Louis Julius Freudenberg I (1894-1918) who died in World War I
- Harry Freudenberg (1895-1896) who died as an infant
- Richard F. Freudenberg (1896-1988) worked as a chemical salesman and married Charlotte C. Kahrar (1897-1963)
- Eloise Freudenberg (1898) who died as an infant
- Eugene Freudenberg I (1900-1956) who worked as a freight handler and married Florence Catherine Skinner (1901-1986)
- Ralph Freudenberg (1903-1980) who worked as a typesetter for the New York Times and he married Nora Belle Conklin (1902-1963) and later married Lottie Dombrowska (1916-1995)
- Grace May Freudenberg (1904-1981) who married George Dewey Sanford I (1898-1965) and he worked in Ralph Kohlman's print shop
Jenny lived for 5 months and then died of "cerebral congestion" after 2 days of illness. She was buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. She lived for 164 days old if we do not count the day of her death as a full day. She was 5 months and 11 days old if we do not count the day of her death as a full day.