Charles L. Schoenfeld II
Birth: February 1858
Stadthagen, Germany
Death: after 1920
Hudson County, New Jersey
Father: Charles L. Schoenfeld I (1825-?)
Mother: Elise Piest Kuchan (1827-?)
Spouse/Partner: Ada Lindauer I (1868-1895)
Marriage: June 03, 1886
Manhattan, New York
Children: Lulu Schoenfeld (1886-?)
Eloise Schoenfeld (1888-?)
Ada B. Schoenfeld (1888)
Edward Schoenfeld (1891-?)

Charles L. Schoenfeld II (1856-c1925) was a bookkeeper who migrated in 1872 from Germany to the United States. (b. February 1858, Stadthagen, Lippe-Schaumburg, Lower Saxony, Germany - d. after 1920, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA)

Birth[edit | edit source]

Charles was the son of Charles L. Schoenfeld I (1825-?) who worked as a grocer; and Elise Piest Kuchan (1827-?). Charles and Elise were from Stadthagen, Lippe-Schaumburg, Germany and emigrated to the US in 1872.

Siblings[edit | edit source]

All the siblings were born in Germany.

Migration[edit | edit source]

The family migrated from Germany to the United States in 1865.

Hoboken, New Jersey[edit | edit source]

The family was living in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1880 and Charles was working as a "salesman".

Emigration[edit | edit source]

He and his parents and siblings emigrated in 1872.

Marriage[edit | edit source]

On June 03, 1886 he married, Ada Lindauer I (1868-1895) aka Adeline Lindauer, in Manhattan. She was the daughter of Charles Frederick Lindauer I (1836-1921) and Anna Augusta Kershaw (1841-1931).

Children[edit | edit source]

All the children were born in Hoboken.

^ These lines may be extant. ✝ These children died as infants.

Death of wife[edit | edit source]

Ada died in 1895 in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Hoboken, New Jersey[edit | edit source]

From 1900 to at least 1920 Charles was living in Hoboken, New Jersey nd working as a bookkeeper. In 1920 Charles and Edward were living together at 1005 Garden Street in Hoboken. In 1930 his son Edward was still a lodger at 1005 Garden Street after his father's death.

Death[edit | edit source]

He appears in the 1920 United States Census rooming with his son Edward, and Edward appears in the 1930 Census alone at the same location, so Charles most likely died between 1920 and 1930 in Hoboken.

Burial[edit | edit source]

He is most likely buried in Hudson County, New Jersey.

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