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Ignatz LANG

Birth:
1840 , , Illinois, USA
Baptism:
Death:
26 Oct 1910 Dubuque, Dubuque Co., Iowa, USA
Burial:
Sherrill's Mount, Dubuque Co., Iowa, USA


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Ignatz LANG's Family Relations

Father
Heinrich LANG
17 Mar 1809 – 21 Feb 1889
Mother
Catherine SCHEURICH
1812 – 11 Mar 1896

Siblings
Catherine LANG
25 Nov 1857 – 1 Oct 1885
Joseph LANG
– 26 May 1875
Barbara LANG
– 1886
Peter LANG
– 6 Oct 1927
Louisa LANG
– 1927
Theresa LANG
15 May 1850 – 6 Mar 1880
Maria LANG
May 1852 – 21 Mar 1901
Conrad LANG
– Nov 1926

Spouse
Barbara ZIEGLER
19 Oct 1846 – 22 Dec 1885
Marriage
April 26, 1866
Ss. Peter & Paul Church, Sherrill's Mount, Dubuque Co.,

Children
Peter LANG
15 Jan 1867 – 21 Nov 1925
John LANG
12 Sep 1868 – 15 Dec 1933
Henry LANG
23 May 1870 – 21 Aug 1871
Anna LANG
23 Nov 1871 – 18 Apr 1872
Henry LANG
9 Jun 1873 – 28 Oct 1929
Louisa LANG
29 May 1876 – 10 Jan 1954
Michael LANG
27 Apr 1879 – 8 Oct 1953
Mathilda LANG
4 Apr 1880 – 1 Jan 1935
Edward LANG
18 Mar 1883 – 27 Jun 1936
Adam LANG
20 Dec 1884 – 20 Dec 1884
Barbara LANG
22 Dec 1885 – 10 Mar 1965

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Lang Syne, Winthrop College, 1904 - Page 48

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dmtt Prig? EACH of these pictures represent a familiar scene. To the person who guesses them correctly, and sends in a line explaining the situation, we will give a prize. To help you solve these interesting puzzles, we will state that the first is the -same girl. This will be enough assistance if you think hard. Some one is going to win the big prize. You may be the lucky one. It will not cost you one cent. But this is not all. The persons competing in this contest will be admitted free of charge into examinations, our great contest beginning May 13, 1904 . The first prize in the May con- test is a Pass ; the second, a Condition ; the third, a Failure. Just think of it. You have an average of six chances, and there are 500 girls, making a total of 3, 000 chances. To enter the big contest easily, train yourself in this one. Study these pictures carefully. In case of a tie the prize will be distributed equally. Send in your solutions at once and get the first Great Prizesixty per cent, on Model School. Second prize, Astronomical Solu- tion to Showalter. Third prize, an Abbreviated Latin or German Lesson. We are reliable, and the prizes will be distributed fairly. This chance means a fortune to you. Send your …

Lang Syne, Winthrop College, 1904 - Page 19

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a3 p' 3 3 KATHERINE HAILE KIRKPATRICK, Fort Mill, S. C. She blesses her stars and thinks it a luxury. College Marshal, 04; Treasurer Y. W. C. A., 04; Liter- ary Editor Lang Syne; Delegate to Asheville; Winner 2nd Mobley Medal; Member of Executive Committee Curry Society. Beats Bethovenon a clavier. ESTHER ELEANOR BOYD, Blackstock, S. C. Endued with the sanctity of wisdom. Member of Curry Society. Scientist, discoveredLove is the greatest thing in the world.

Lang Syne, Winthrop College, 1904 - Page 13

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SUSIE PARKER, Gaffney, S. C. P 5 nC s g * . r rjl +J 15 P co O >1 > > = S-i' ^ eu PQ hi . - i . S a^ g ^ s . M : KATHERINE ELIZABETH PLOWDEN, Manning, S.C. They love least who let men know their love. Member Volley Ball Team, 02 ; Captain Ball Team, 02 ; Captain Ball Team, 03, 04 ; Assistant Business Manager, Lang Syne. A perfect woman nobly planned, To warn, to comfort, and command. S?" ^ 03 O Z? ^ & r-s 5.^ h-3 CO to 0 P 2.3 - ft) - 8^ K) StV S "* o I w rt> B p^3 n W cS, I-S '< H Cflp 0 a op S* r+ o CYNTHIA WATSON NEAL, Spartanburg, S. C. Behold the senior far renowned for sense, With reverent awe and decent confidence. Secretary Curry Society, 03 ; Member Executive Com- mittee, Curry Society, 04 ; Member of Captain Ball Team, 03, 04 ; Basket-Ball Team, 04 ; Class Lawyer, 04 ; Liter- ary Editor, Lang- Syne, 04; elected Commencement Marshal, 02 ; …

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About Ignatz LANG

Ignatz LANG is a member of the LANG Family.

Author Notes

Also called Ignatius and Enos.
He served in the Union Army during the Civil War as "Enos LONG".