- Born: 18 Mar 1837, Sickerhausen, Bavaria, Germany
- Marriage (1): Alsina Sabrey Wicks
- Died: 18 May 1923, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska at age 86
- Buried: Wyuka Cemetery Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, USA
Research of Ray and Mary Straw.
1920 U.S. Census • Nebraska • Otoe • Nebraska • ED# 131
Wegner, Elena-head-female-white-age 48-wd-born Kansas-FB Germany-MB Iowa
Wener, Claude-son-male-white-5-born Nebraska-FB Iowa-MB Kansas
Straw, Harry B-son-male-white-age 17-born Nebraska-Fb Iowa-MB Kansas
Felthauser, Mick-father-male-white-77-wd-born Germany
Jayne C. Felthauser
13918 Y Circle
Omaha, NE 68137
Nebraska City News Press
Friday, May 25, 1923; page 1
WAS CIVIL WAR VETERAN
MIKE FELTHAUSER, AN OLD SOLDIER, PASSES TO HIS REWARD
Michael Felthauser, one of the best known old soldiers of this city, died last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lena Wegner, 1612 Second Corso, where he made his home. He had been ill for several months, suffering from a complication of diseases incident to old age and trouble contracted while an inmate of Andersonville prison.
Michael Felthauser, oldest son of Valentine and Catherine Felthauser, was born in Germany, March 13, 1843. He came to America with his parents while yet a child. While the family was living in the vicinity of Pittsburgh he worked as a boy in an upholstering shop. He came with his family to Nebraska City in 1857 and in 1862 enlisted in the Second Nebraska Cavalry. When the members of that regiment were mustered out, he enlisted in the First Nebraska Regiment. Altogether he served five and a half years. He was captured and for a while was confined in Andersonville Prison. He died at the home of his daughter, May 18, 1923, being past 80 years of age. He was survived by two children, Fred Felthauser and Mrs. Lena Wegner, both of Nebraska City. A brother and two sisters also survived, Valentine Felthauser, Mrs. Maggie Peterson and Mrs. Anna Robins, all of Nebraska City.
Find a Grave Memorial 59459863
Michael married Alsina Sabrey Wicks. (Alsina Sabrey Wicks was born on 16 Sep 1836 in Kanesville Twp, Pottawattomie, IA, died on 25 Jun 1912 in Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska and was buried on 25 Jun 1912 in Wyuka Cemetery in Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska.)