Jersey Journal/1935/Death Claims Heights Gold Star Mother

Death Claims Heights Gold Star Mother  (1935) 

Death Claims Heights Gold Star Mother. Mrs. Eloise Freudenberg, a Gold Star mother, died at her home, 92 Jefferson Avenue, Saturday from a heart ailment, she was 74. Born in New York she had lived in Hudson City the past 35 years. Two of her sons went to war, one of them being killed while in action in France. Surviving are eight children: Mrs. Ada Kohlman, Charles, Clara, Arthur, Richard, Eugene, Ralph and Mrs. Grace Sanford. Twelve grand-children also survive.

Eloise Lindauer II (1856-1935) Freudenberg obituary in the Jersey Journal on February 12, 1935.png

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Notes: She had two sons who served during World War I. They were Louis Julius Freudenberg, who was killed-in-action; and Richard F. Freudenberg, who served at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland.