M, b. 21 April 1842, d. 14 December 1909
Ferdinand Haevers was described at 5' 9", blue eyes, light hair. He was Fact 1; Public Affairs Township Clerk. He was born on 21 April 1842 at Saint Agatha Rode, Brabant Vlaams, Belgium.1 He emigrated in October 1855 from New York, NY, NY, USA; Saint Agatha Rode, Brabant Vlaams, Belgium. He began military service between 1861 and 1865 U.S. Civil War; served in Confederate Army as a private in 14th Louisiana Infantry, in Army of Northern Virginia. He was Fact 2 on 8 March 1866; Declaration of Intention 8 MAR 1866 Filed at court house, Kewaunee, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. He married Philomene Bredael, daughter of Philippe Bredael and Marie Virgine Joseph Schiers, on 10 October 1866 at Champion, Brown, wi, USA. Ferdinand Haevers was living in 1876 at Kewaunee, WI, USA; Farm located in Sections 4 and 6, Casco (later Luxemburg) Township, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. He was buried in December 1909 at St. Martin Cemetery, Luxemburg Township, Kewaunee, WI, USA. He died on 14 December 1909 at Heart Disease, Green Bay, Brown, WI, USA, at age 67.1
|Philomene Bredael b. 28 Dec 1848, d. 15 May 1928|
- [S38] Unknown author, from PenBelGen at Rootsweb.com. PeninsulaBelgianGenealogy (PenBelGen) is a data base of genealogical source information presented in family tree format. Included are persons of Belgian origin (plus spouses) who resided in Door, Kewaunee, or NE Brown County, Wisconsin, prior to 1 January 1901.