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Generation No. 1

 

1.  CHARLES1 ANDRES was born January 1831 in Baden, Germany, and died 1910.  He married ROSENA SPRENGER.  She was born September 1833 in Baden, Germany, and died October 21, 1909 in Sandusky, Ohio, Erie County.

 

More About CHARLES ANDRES:

Arrival: 1854

Census: 1900, US Federal Census, Middle Bass, Put-In-Bay Township, Ottawa, Ohio

Occupation: Grape Grower

Residence: 1880, Middle Bass, Ottawa, Ohio

 

More About ROSENA SPRENGER:

Arrival: 1854

Residence: 1880, Middle Bass, Ottawa, Ohio

 

Notes About CHARLES ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

10 March 1902

 

PARENTS

Of the Late Chas. Andrews Unable to Come Here

 

The Lakeside arrived this morning in Sandusky at 9:15 o’clock, after having made Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass Island safely on Sunday.  Captain Magle reports that the steamer pushed through twelve inch ice at Put-in-Bay Sunday.  The ice was solid and the boat used only one boiler in forcing her way through, and the feat was accomplished without one stop.  The Eagle pushed through twelve inch ice last year at this time, but found it necessary to use both of her boilers.  It was expected that the parents of the late Charles J. Andres would arrive on the Lakeside this morning, but people at the docks at Middle Bass stated that they were too feeble to come at present, and it is probable that they will not be able to make the trip for several days  The Lakeside will now make regular trips to Put-in-Bay every day.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

19 March 1902

 

PARENTS

Of the Late Charles J Andres Reached the City Today.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J Andres parents of the late Charles J. Andres arrive in the city this morning from Middle Bass.  One of the sad features of the death of Mr. Andres was the fact that his parents were not able to reach this city at the time owing to the condition of the ice around middle Bass Island.  Mr. and Mrs. Andres are both well advanced in years and were unable to make the journey until today.   The old couple went out to the vault today to look upon the face of their son and will probably remain in the city for several days.  It is not probable that the remains of Mr. Andres will be interred for several days as owing to the large casket in which the remains rest it was necessary to send for a large vault which has not yet arrived.

 

 

Children of CHARLES ANDRES and ROSENA SPRENGER are:

2.           i.   CHARLES J.2 ANDRES, b. January 31, 1860, Middle Bass Island, Ottawa, Ohio; d. March 03, 1902, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

              ii.   MARY ANDRES, b. Abt. 1861, Ohio; d. November, 1898. m. JOHN FOX.

Residence: 1880, Middle Bass, Ottawa, Ohio

 

Notes About MARY ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

10 November 1898

 

MRS. JOHN FOX DEAD.

Sister of Charles J. Andres Passed Away At Carey.

 

Word has been received in this city of the death of Mrs. John Fox of Carey, O., who is the sister of Chas. J. Andres.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Andres, sr., of Middle Bass were called to Carey yesterday and arrived there before death occurred.  Mrs. Fox and many friends in this city who will be pained to learn of her death.

 

She was but 37 years of age.  She was born at Middle Bass and well known

in the city.  The funeral will be held at Carey, O., on Saturday morning.

 

DIED.

FOX – At Carey, O, on Wednesday evening,.

Nov. 9, Mary, wife of John A. Fox, and sister of Chas J. Andres, aged 37 years.  Funeral will be held at Carey on Saturday morning, Nov 12.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  CHARLES J.2 ANDRES (CHARLES1) was born January 31, 1860 in Middle Bass Island, Ottawa, Ohio, and died March 03, 1902 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  He married MARY ANN JOSEPHINE LANGE 1883, daughter of BALBINA RIEDY and HEINRICH LANGE.  She was born September 27, 1858 in Kelley’s Island, Erie, Ohio, and died January 04, 1921 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

More About CHARLES J. ANDRES:

Occupation: 1900, Andres Furniture Dealer And Undertaker, Sandusky, Ohio (Sandusky City Directory)

Residence: 1900, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

Notes About CHARLES J. ANDRES:

 

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

4 March 1902

 

DEATH

Of Charles J. Andres Due to Peritonitis.

 

An autopsy which was held on the body of the late Charles J. Andres discloses the fact that he died of peritonitis.  Drs Lehman and Gillard performed the autopsy and state that they found a perforated intestine.  This permitted the contents of the intestines to drop into the peritoneum cavity which induced peritonitis.  Dr. Gillard stated that had an operation been performed it would have availed nothing for the disease was so far advanced and conditions such that the case was hopeless.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

4 March 1902

 

DIED.

ANDRES – At the family residence. 423 Jackson street. Monday. March 3, at 4:30 a.m. Charles J. Andres. Aged 42 years.

 

Funeral from the residence. 423 Jackson street, Thursday morning at 8:30 o’clock, and at St. Mary’s church at 0 o’clock.  Friends of the family invited.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

5 March 1902

 

Notice to the C.O.F’s.

 

To attend the funeral of the deceased brother, Charles J. Andres and to meet at the deceased brother’s residence at eight o’clock Thursday morning.

John Beverick, Chief Ranger St. George Court.

Fred Zerbe, Chief Ranger St. Aloysius Court.

F Steinle, Chief Ranger St. Mary’s Court

C.T. LeClair, Chief Ranger St. Thomas Court.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

5 March 1902

 

The furniture and undertaking establishment of the late Charles J. Andres will be continued  by the undersigned, assisted by Mr. Emil Brengartner, who has been with the firm the past several years and who, as heretofore will attend to funerals and the furniture department.

 

MRS. JOSEPHINE ANDRES

Telephones:  Harrison, house, 65; Bell, house, 4091.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

24 March 1902

 

ANDRES’

Furniture Store

Soon be Sold.

 

Fred Frey is Negotiating for Purchase –

Has Sold His Barber Shop – Other Changes

 

While the deal has not yet been closed it is probable that the furniture store of the late Charles J. Andres will be sold to Fred Frey who has been conducting a barber shop on Decatur street.  Mr. Frey has disposed of his barber shop and today an invoice of the stock of the Andres store was being taken.  This will be completed in

about two days and the sale will then probably be consummated.  It was stated this

afternoon that nothing definite had yet been decided but it was also learned that Mr. Frey has arranged to take charge of the store and that Fred Frey Jr. will be with him.

 

The purchaser of the barber shop is John Herb who has been employed at the shop for some time.  Mr. Herb took charge this morning.  The purchase included not only the shop but the (unreadable) business as well.  Mr. Herb who is a well known young man will be assisted in the work by George Ranft.

 

This change necessitated another one in the barber business.  Mr. Ranft has been conducting a shop on Monroe street and he has sold this to John D. Peters who has been with Smith and Dietz at the West House.  Mr. Peters took charge of his shop today.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

14 April 1902

 

As was announced in the Star several weeks ago, Fred Frey has purchased a halt interest in the store of the late Charles J. Andres.  Mrs. Andres retaining the other half.  The firm will be known as the Andres-Frey company.

 

     Notes About JOSEPHINE ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

7 January 1921

 

FUNERALS

 

Impressive funeral services were held at St. Mary’s church Friday morning for Mrs. Josephine Andres which were largely attended.  The Rev. W.C. Zierolf acted as celebrant at the solemn requiem high mass, the Rev. C.T. Roth was deacon and the Rev. A.J. Bishop sub-deacon.  Father Zierolf delivered the funeral sermon in which he paid a high tribute to Mrs. Andres.  The pallbearers were four sons of the deceased.  Fred, Louis, Carl, and Edmund Andres, and Eugene Welker and Leo Wagner.  Interment was made in the family lot in St. Mary’s cemetery.  The floral offerings were many and beautiful.

 

 

Children of CHARLES ANDRES and MARY LANGE are:

i.  CAROLE BALBINA3 ANDRES, b. June 24, 1884, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. March 1966, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; m. EUGENE O. WELKER; b. August 27, 1886, Fremont, Sandusky, Ohio; d. January 23, 1984, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

 

Notes About CAROLE ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

5 February 1921

 

PROBATE COURT

Mrs. Carola Welker has filed application in probate court for appointment as executrix of the estate of the late Mrs. Josephine Andres under the latter’s will, probated Tuesday.  Under the terms of the will household furniture is bequeathed to Mrs. Welker, and the residence of the estate is to be divided equally among the five children.

 

3.           ii.   FREDERICK HENRY ANDRES, b. September 02, 1886, Ohio; d. February 22, 1960, Sandusky, Ohio, Erie County.

             iii.   EDWARD C. ANDRES, b. August 14, 1888, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. February 05, 1897, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

                   Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

4.          iv.   LOUIS RICHARD ANDRES, b. April 20, 1891, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. September 22, 1958, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

5.          v.   CARL JOSEPH ANDRES, b. September 24, 1894, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. July 15, 1963, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

6.          vi.   EDMUND ALOYSIOUS ANDRES, b. June 21, 1898, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. January 1968, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  FREDERICK HENRY3 ANDRES (CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born September 02, 1886 in Ohio, and died February 22, 1960 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  He married FRANCES CLEVELAND TUCKER September 26, 1911 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  She was born 1890 in Indiana.

 

More About FREDERICK HENRY ANDRES:

Occupation: Funeral Director, Undertaker

 

More About FRANCES CLEVELAND TUCKER:

Residence: 1920, Sandusky Ward 4, Erie, Ohio

 

Notes About FREDERICK HENRY ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

26 December 1901

 

Fred Andres is home from St. Mary’s Institute, of Dayton, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Andres.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

25 September 1911

 

ADDITIONAL SOCIETY

 

ANDRES

TUCKER

 

Of interest to many friends will be the announcement of the marriage of Miss Frances Tucker to Mr. Fred Andres, son of Mrs. C.J. Andres, which will take place at St. Mary’s parsonage Monday evening at seven o’clock, the Rev. Father J.S. Widmann officiating.  Miss Frances Lange and Mr. Fred Westerhold will be the witnesses.

 

It will be a very quiet affair, as well as a surprise to many who had looked for the marriage next month. 

 

Mr. Andres and bride will leave for a several weeks eastern trip, the latter traveling in a dark blue suit on which she is to be married.  Upon their return they will reside in this city.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

26 September 1911

 

BRIDEGROOM ABDUCTED, TAKEN INTO COUNTRY

AND DESERTED ON LONELY ROAD LATE AT NIGHT

 

To be torn from the side of his bride as they left the residence of Rev. Father Jos. S. Widmann who had just officiated at their marriage ceremony, thrust into a waiting automobile where half a dozen husky young men held him despite his struggles, blind-folded, then whisked seven miles out into the country, and put out of the machine in a woods in the rain and mud and given just enough money to pay his car fare home – all this and a lot more was the wedding night experience of Fred Henry Andres of the firm of Andres & Frey Monday night.

 

Andres unwelcome auto ride was over city streets for a while and then out Hancock street into the country.  After the conspirators though Andres was far enough away from the city, they put him out and gave him money to buy a car ticket home.  Then they set out for the city.  Andres had no idea where he was and went to a farm house for information.  He was told he was about two miles from Union Corners where he could get a car.  Instructing the occupants of the place to call up the new Mrs. Andres by phone, he hurriedly set out for Union Corners.  Then it began to rain.  By the time he reached the place, he was drenched to the skin. There he was met by his brother Louis who brought him home in his own machine.  He arrived at the L.K. Burge residence where his bride was about 11 o’clock.

 

The newly wedded pair did not get away on their wedding trip Monday night.  Instead they left Sandusky Tuesday afternoon for the east.

 

Although masked, Andres’ conspirators were identified as members of the Quien Save club, an organization of which Mr. Andres has long been a member.  Mrs. Andres and his bride, who before her marriage was Miss Frances Tucker of this city, had planned a nice quiet little wedding.  They had led friends to believe that the affair would not take place before next month.  Tuesday night they were to go quietly to the parsonage for the ceremony and then leave for their eastern wedding trip.  Very nicely planned, indeed.  But their plans became known to several of Mr. Andres’ Quien Save brothers.  Then it happened, for the Sabes always like excitement with the wedding of one of their members.

 

The wedding party had proceeded to the parsonage in the bridegroom’s auto.  It was standing unoccupied in front of the parsonage when the machine bearing the kidnapers approached.  Their plans were well laid but they had not counted on a chase after them by someone in Andres’ machine.  To prevent any such possibilities, they disconnect something or other on Andres’ auto engine and awaited with confidence, the coming of the wedding party.

 

Bride, groom and attendants finally came out of the parsonage and proceeded toward their auto.  Then it was that half-a-dozen dark forms sprang out of the shadows and made a dash for the unsuspecting Frederick.  He was overpowered in a jiffy, and amid his cries of protest and those of the wedding party, was bundled into the auto.  The machine was off like a shot and soon out of sight.

 

It was all so quickly executed that the others in the party were stunned for a moment.  Then there was a rush for Andres’ auto with the determination to give chase.  But it wouldn’t start.  By the time the trouble was located and repaired, the abductors were far out in the country with their victim.  Mrs. Andres, accompanied by those in the party went to the home of Lake Shore Electric Superintendent L.K. Burge, her brother-in-law to await tidings from her unfortunate husband.  What happened after that has been told.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

30 September 1911

 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andres (Frances Tucker) will return Sunday from their eastern wedding trip.

 

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The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

4 October 1911

 

 

WILL BANQUET VICTIM

 

Fred Andres to Be Guest of Honor Wednesday Night at Sloane House Spread.

 

R-E-M-O-R-S-E-!

That’s what has bothered Carl Holzaepfel, Bob Giesseman, Freddy Knapp, Elmer Smith and Leroy Weier for a week.  A week ago when Fred Andres, of the firm of Andres & Frey, was married it was the five named fellow club members who abducted Andres as he and his bride were leaving the church and then gave him an auto ride into the country, finally putting him out on a dark country road, leaving him to get home in the rain the best he could.

 

After it was over, Andres’ kidnappers felt sorry.  Too late to make amends however, Mr. and Mrs. Andres have just returned from their wedding trip and the abductors are Wednesday evening, going to do the right thing by the bride-groom.  They will tender him a banquet at the Sloane hotel at 6 o’clock.

 

It will be a stag affair.  The newly wedded Mr. Andres will be guest of honor.  Manager Guavey will provide an elegant spread and about the time the inner man has been satisfied, the abductors will tell their guest how sorry they were after it was all over. And when Andres is feeling real good after the numerous apologies, the other five will slap him on the back and tell him that he was always in for that kind of fun himself whenever any of the other Quien Saves were married.  And Frederick Henry Andres will probably say, “sure thing.”

 

 

4.  LOUIS RICHARD3 ANDRES (CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born April 20, 1891 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died September 22, 1958 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  He married GENEVIEVE ERNEY Bet. 1917 - 1918.  She was born 1901 in Ohio.

 

Notes About GENEVIEVE ERNEY:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

19 May 1917

 

Club and Social Events For Week

TUESDAY

 

The marriage of Miss Genevieve Erney to Louis Andres takes place in St. Mary’s church at 9 o’clock.

 

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      The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

15 December 1919

 

Mrs. Louis Andres and son, Richard Charles have returned to their home on Camp-st. from Providence hospital.

 

 

5.  CARL JOSEPH3 ANDRES (CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born September 24, 1894 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died July 15, 1963 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  He married MARTHA VIETMEIER 1925.  She was born 1900, and died July 19, 1961 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

More About CARL JOSEPH ANDRES:

Military service: Bet. December 03, 1917 - January 15, 1919, World War I, US Army Air Corp, 2 Training Brigade Kelly Field Tex to 8 Jan 1918; 39 Recruit Squadron Aviation Cp Waco, TX to 15 Feb 1918; 676 Aero Squadron to Discharge Corporal 1 Mar 1918; Sergeant 23 Aug 1918; Sergeant, first class 19 March 1918.

Occupation: Funeral Director, Undertaker

 

Notes About CARL JOSEPH ANDRES:

The Sandusky Star Journal

Sandusky, Ohio

4 May 1916

 

Carl Andres, who resigned his position on account of his health, is taking a temporary position in the Third National Exchange Bank, while miss Marshall is on a trip.

 

 

6.  EDMUND ALOYSIOUS3 ANDRES (CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born June 21, 1898 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died January 1968 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  He married ESTHER RITZENTHALER 1920 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, daughter of JOHN RITZENTHALER and MARY LOEFFLER.  She was born August 13, 1898 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died February 20, 1997 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

More About EDMUND ALOYSIOUS ANDRES:

Burial: St. Mary's Cemetery, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

Occupation: Funeral Director, Undertaker; Chas J Andres' Sons Funeral Home

Residence: 1920, Sandusky Ward 4, Erie, Ohio

 

More About ESTHER RITZENTHALER:

Burial: St. Mary's Cemetery, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

    

Children of EDMUND ANDRES and ESTHER RITZENTHALER are:

7.           i.   ROSEMARY A.4 ANDRES, b. March 30, 1926, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. June 25, 2001, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

8.           ii.   RUTH ANNE ANDRES, b. September 09, 1927, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. January 09, 1970, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

9.          iii.   CHARLES J. ANDRES, b. August 01, 1934, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. June 04, 2005, Madison, Ohio.

10.        iv.   ROBERT F. ANDRES, b. April 14, 1936, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio; d. March 24, 1997, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

             v.    LIVING

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

7.  ROSEMARY A.4 ANDRES (EDMUND ALOYSIOUS3, CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born March 30, 1926 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died June 25, 2001 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

More About ROSEMARY A. ANDRES:

Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

Census: April 11, 1930, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, 1st Ward, 4 yrs old

    

 

8.  RUTH ANNE4 ANDRES (EDMUND ALOYSIOUS3, CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born September 09, 1927 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died January 09, 1970 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.  She married ANDREW PULIZZI August 25 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, son of VITO PULIZZI and BARBARA LAMIA.  He was born January 02, 1928 in Marsala, Italy, and died July 01, 1992 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio.

 

More About RUTH ANNE ANDRES:

Census: April 11, 1930, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, 1st Ward, 2 yrs old

 

More About ANDREW PULIZZI:

Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

Graduation: Sandusky High School

Military service: US Navy, World War II

Occupation: Bet. 1956 - 1988, Chief Facilities Engineer, Delco-Moraine New Departure-Hyatt, 32 years

    

 

9.  CHARLES J.4 ANDRES (EDMUND ALOYSIOUS3, CHARLES J.2, CHARLES1) was born August 01, 1934 in Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, and died June 04, 2005 in Madison, Ohio.

 

More About CHARLES J. ANDRES:

Burial: Calvary Cemetery

Education: St. Mary Catholic High School, Sandusky, Erie, Ohio

Military service: US Army, Korean War

Fred H. Andres

Carl J. Andres

 

Edmund A. Andres

Esther [Ritzenthaler] Andres

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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