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Florence Catherine Freudenberg (Skinner)

Also Known As: "Flossie"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
Death: February 08, 1986 (85)
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
Place of Burial: North Arlington, Bergen, NJ, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Algernon E. Skinner and Mamie Mary Skinner
Wife of Eugene Freudenberg, I
Mother of Louis Julius Freudenberg, II; Pvt. Eugene Frederick Freudenberg, II; Arthur Oscar Freudenberg, II and Ralph Kohlman Freudenberg
Sister of Albert Skinner; Hattie Skinner; George Skinner; Mary Skinner and Winifred Skinner

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About Florence Catherine Freudenberg

Florence Catherine Skinner (1901-1986) also known as Flossie Skinner, was a housewife. (b. February 03, 1901, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. February 08, 1986, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA)

Parents: Algernon Skinner (1867-1943) and Mamie Mary Caufield. Her father was from Sullivan County, New York and he worked for the railroad and he followed the railroad down to Jersey City. Algernon later married Nora Belle Piatt from Westbrookville, New York after Mamie died.

Birth: February 3, 1901 in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA.

Siblings: Florence has at least three siblings, Hattie Skinner; Winifred Skinner (1899-1993), who married George Francis McManus (1896-1989) and Robert Skinner. One of the siblings, either Robert or Hattie may have been institutionalized.

Marriage: On March 26, 1920 in the Borough Hall, in the Bronx, New York she married Eugene Freudenberg (1900-1956) a freight handler for the American Railway Express Company. Their certificate was number 1385. They lived in Jersey City and had four children together, but their lives were somewhat tragic and marked by poverty. Even though they were very poor, they were generous their whole lives.

First child: Louis Julius Freudenberg II (1922-1986) was the first born and he was drafted into the Army in 1941 but was discharged for having flat feet. He later had a child with Margaret Piatt. Marge was from Westbrookville, New York but had come down to live with the Freudenbergs in Jersey City. Louis became a recluse later in life and never left his home and never cut his hair, he is buried in the New Jersey Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in North Hanover Township, New Jersey. Their child was called Margie and she may have moved to the state of Washington with her mother when she got older.

Second child: Eugene Freudenberg II (1925-1945) was the second child, and he died on January 24, 1945 in Luzon in the Phillipines during World War II. They thought he was Jewish and buried him with a Star of David, he was buried in the Phillipines but the body was later reinterred in Beverly, New Jersey at the National Cemetery. Arthur Oscar Freudenberg II (1929- ) was the next child; he is still alive as of this writing and living in Florida. Arthur has several children living in New Jersey.

Third child: Ralph Kohlman Freudenberg (1937-1995) aka Wimpy Freudenberg, was the third child, and he fell from a window as a child and landed on a wrought iron fence on the spikes that prevent people from climbing over them. He lived but never recovered completely. Around June or July 1941 Ralph was set on fire by neighborhood kids. The details are different depending on whose version of the story you hear, and the details will be made clear when the newspaper story is found in the Jersey Journal. In June of 1957 Ralph inherited $3,000 from the estate of Ralph Kohlman, his namesake. Ralph Kohlman was married to his aunt and that side of the family was well off. In 1993 Ralph was declared an incompetent and was hospitalized for renal failure. When he was dying they tried to find his brother, Arthur, in Keansburg, but Arthur had moved to Florida. When Ralph died they buried him in an unmarked pauper's grave in Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, New Jersey.

Death of husband: Eugene, her husband died on March 30, 1956 of emphysema related to his smoking and he is buried in his parent's plot in Flower Hill Cemetery in North Bergen, New Jersey.

Dating: Selma Freudenberg said that Florence started dating a man named James Hunter and he died sometime in the 1970s at her house on Beacon Avenue.

Death: Florence died on February 8, 1986.

Burial: She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery at 340 Ridge Road in North Arlington, New Jersey. It is not clear who the other people in the grave are. The plot is owned by Lillian Ruks.

Source: Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) for Findagrave starting on June 28, 2003.


Florence Catherine Skinner (1901-1986) Freudenberg (b. February 3, 1901, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. February 8, 1986, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA)

Name: Florence Catherine Skinner, Flossie Skinner. Her married name was Florence Freudenberg.

Parents: Algernon Skinner (1867-1943) and Mamie Mary Caufield. Her father was from Sullivan County, New York and he worked for the railroad and he followed the railroad down to Jersey City. Algernon later married Nora Belle Piatt from Westbrookville, New York after Mamie died.

Birth: February 3, 1901 in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA.

Siblings: Florence has at least three siblings, Hattie Skinner; Winifred Skinner (1899-1993), who married George Francis McManus (1896-1989) and Robert Skinner. One of the siblings, either Robert or Hattie may have been institutionalized.

Marriage: On March 26, 1920 in the Borough Hall, in the Bronx, New York she married Eugene Freudenberg (1900-1956) a freight handler for the American Railway Express Company. Their certificate was number 1385. They lived in Jersey City and had four children together, but their lives were somewhat tragic and marked by poverty. Even though they were very poor, they were generous their whole lives.

First child: Louis Julius Freudenberg II (1922-1986) was the first born and he was drafted into the Army in 1941 but was discharged for having flat feet. He later had a child with Margaret Piatt. Marge was from Westbrookville, New York but had come down to live with the Freudenbergs in Jersey City. Louis became a recluse later in life and never left his home and never cut his hair, he is buried in the New Jersey Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in North Hanover Township, New Jersey. Their child was called Margie and she may have moved to the state of Washington with her mother when she got older.

Second child: Eugene Freudenberg II (1925-1945) was the second child, and he died on January 24, 1945 in Luzon in the Phillipines during World War II. They thought he was Jewish and buried him with a Star of David, he was buried in the Phillipines but the body was later reinterred in Beverly, New Jersey at the National Cemetery. Arthur Oscar Freudenberg II (1929- ) was the next child; he is still alive as of this writing and living in Florida. Arthur has several children living in New Jersey.

Third child: Ralph Kohlman Freudenberg (1937-1995) aka Wimpy Freudenberg, was the third child, and he fell from a window as a child and landed on a wrought iron fence on the spikes that prevent people from climbing over them. He lived but never recovered completely. Around June or July 1941 Ralph was set on fire by neighborhood kids. The details are different depending on whose version of the story you hear, and the details will be made clear when the newspaper story is found in the Jersey Journal. In June of 1957 Ralph inherited $3,000 from the estate of Ralph Kohlman, his namesake. Ralph Kohlman was married to his aunt and that side of the family was well off. In 1993 Ralph was declared an incompetent and was hospitalized for renal failure. When he was dying they tried to find his brother, Arthur, in Keansburg, but Arthur had moved to Florida. When Ralph died they buried him in an unmarked pauper's grave in Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, New Jersey.

Death of husband: Eugene, her husband died on March 30, 1956 of emphysema related to his smoking and he is buried in his parent's plot in Flower Hill Cemetery in North Bergen, New Jersey.

Dating: Selma Freudenberg said that Florence started dating a man named James Hunter and he died sometime in the 1970s at her house on Beacon Avenue.

Death: Florence died on February 8, 1986.

Burial: She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery at 340 Ridge Road in North Arlington, New Jersey. It is not clear who the other people in the grave are. The plot is owned by Lillian Ruks.

Research: Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) for Findagrave starting on June 28, 2003.

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Parents:
 Algernon E. Skinner (1867 - 1943)

Spouse:
 Eugene Freudenberg (1900 - 1956)*

Children:
 Louis Julius Freudenberg (1922 - 1986)*
 Eugene Freudenberg (1925 - 1945)*
 Arthur Oscar Freudenberg (1929 - ____)*
 Ralph Kohlman Freudenberg (1937 - 1995)*

Sibling:
 Winifred Skinner McManus (1899 - 1993)*
 Florence Catherine Skinner Freudenberg (1901 - 1986)
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Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington Bergen County New Jersey, USA Plot: Grave 16, Row D, Section F, Block 49


Created by: Richard Arthur Norton (1... Record added: Jun 28, 2003 Find A Grave Memorial# 7635247

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Florence Catherine Freudenberg's Timeline

1901
February 3, 1901
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
1922
April 23, 1922
Age 21
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
1925
June 29, 1925
Age 24
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
1929
May 15, 1929
Age 28
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
1937
June 14, 1937
Age 36
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
1986
February 8, 1986
Age 85
Jersey City, Hudson, NJ, United States
February 11, 1986
Age 85
North Arlington, Bergen, NJ, United States