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Nathan Strauss, Captain

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Selters, Germany
Death: November 07, 1905 (73-74)
Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States
Place of Burial: Cleveland, Ohio
Immediate Family:

Son of Meyer Feist Strauss and Fanny "Fratcha" Strauss
Husband of Hanna Lob Strauss
Father of Rose Hirschheimer; Frank Vance Stores; Fannie Lowenstein; Yetta Newbury; Julia Hirschheimer and 2 others
Brother of Abraham Straus; Elias Strauss; Ferdinand Strauss; Hannah Strauss; Isaac Strauss and 2 others

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About Nathan Strauss, Captain

Nathan was born about 1831 (see Notes) in Selters, Hessen, Deutschland. His parents were Meyer (Feist) STRAUSS and Fanny Gelchen (Abraham) MICHEL.[1]

Flag of German Confederation Nathan Strauss migrated from German Confederation to United States. Flag of United States Nathan emigrated to the United States before April 24, 1856 when he applied for a marriage license in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.[2] Nathan and Hannah Heilberg were married April 30, 1856[3] and they had seven children, Yetta, Frank, Julia, Rose, Hyman, Fannie, and Carrie.

Nathan enlisted in the United States Army in July 1862. He was a Captain in Company I of the 113th Ohio Infantry Regiment during the Civil War until he resigned April 27, 1863[4] (see Notes).

In 1880 Nathan, Hannah, Yetta, Frank, Hyman, Annie, and Carrie lived in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. Also living in Nathan's household were Fred Rosenberg, Mary Rothschild, Hyman Larheim, and Samuel Silver, all of whom appear unrelated.[5]

Nathan was a widower when he died November 7, 1905 at his home located at Forest and Scoville Ave. in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. The cause of his death, as stated by Dr. Barth and Dr. I. W. Ward was "Old Age", from which he had been suffering for six months. Nathan's clergyman was Mr. Machol and the undertaker was Mr. Deutsch.[6][7]

Nathan was buried in the Mayfield Cemetery in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. The inscription on his gravestone reads:

One of the heroes of Murphysboro Hill In loving remembrance of a Brave soldier and zealous American who answered his country's call

Birth: 1831, USA Death: Nov., 1905 Ohio, USA

Enlisted Sept 6 1862 Appointed Captain Oct 27 1862 Of Company I 113th Infantry Resigned March 17 1863

One of the heroes of Murphysboro Hill In loving remembrance of a Brave soldier and zealous American who answered his country's call

internment was on Nov 8, 1906.

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Spouse:
 Hannah Heilberg Strauss (1830 - 1901)*
Children:
 Rosa Strauss Hirschheimer (1859 - 1943)*
 Frank Storrs (1863 - 1939)*
 Yetta Strauss Newbury (1869 - 1958)*
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Burial: Mayfield Cemetery Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio, USA Plot: sect 3, lot 6, grv 1

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Created by: Joyce Record added: Oct 21, 2006 Find A Grave Memorial# 16268308


"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZJ8-KXW : 25 September 2017), Nathan Strauss and Hannah Heilberg, 30 Apr 1856; citing Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, reference P.8 # 2; county courthouses, Ohio; FHL microfilm 877,914.

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Nathan Strauss, Captain's Timeline

1831
1831
Selters, Germany
1859
1859
Ohio, United States
1863
1863
1866
1866
1869
July 10, 1869
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States
November 1, 1869
Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States
1872
1872
1905
November 7, 1905
Age 74
Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States
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