Joseph Jefferson Davis Beauregard Hauck
Joseph’s father was a Southern sympathizer during the Civil War and named his first son after several famous Confederates.
Just two months prior to Joseph’s birth a contingent of Union soldiers came up the river from Cape Girardeau to Ste. Genevieve in order to remove the money from the Merchant Bank and deliver it to St. Louis. It was feared that the Confederate General Meriwether Jeff Thompson, the Swamp Fox, might “liberate” the money.
Ste. Genevieve Herald
September 12, 2007
100 Years Ago - 1907
Joseph Maher of St. Louis recently bought of Joseph Hauck 16 mules for which he paid $2530 and shipped them by boat to that city Sunday. Mr. Hauck made another mule deal last week, buying a span of mules and a wagon from James Pinkley for $430 and later disposing of the mules for $450.
|Spouse:||Mary Isabella "Belle" CAILLOT|
|Birth:||24 Mar 1868, Sainte Genevieve, MO|
|Death:||6 Jan 1916, Ste. Genevieve Co. MO|
|Father:||Jules CAILLOT (~1835-?)|
|Mother:||Emily SIMONEAU (1837-1915)|
|Marr:||26 Aug 1884, Sainte Genevieve, MO|
|Frederick Nicholas Joseph (1887-?)|
|Benjamin William (1890-1982)|
|Coke Jules (1892-1971)|
|Evariste Herbert (1895-?)|
|Eugene Wilbert (1897-?)|
|Walter Emile (1899-1983)|
|Martha Stella (1901-?)|
|Earline Agnes (1903-2003)|
|Gerard Matella Henry (1905-?)|
|Samuel Henry (1909-?)|