Robertson County TX
Koch (pronounced "cook") & Adlof family members are buried on farmland that is thick with underbrush, but right next to an easily accessible road. This cemetery is outside New Baden (down the dirt road past the New Baden Cemetery, in the corner where the road makes a sharp left) on land that is across the road from property formerly owned by Fred & Elsie Hanhart.
Although it is not marked, the
Koch-Adlof Cemetery is
located down the road that goes past the New Baden Cemetery.
Going east, the road makes a sharp right turn, then a sharp left turn. The Koch-Adlof Cemetery is under a tree adjacent to the road on the left, just as the road makes the sharp left turn. It's directly across the road from the old Elsie Hanhart home.
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ADLOF, FRIEDRICH WILHELM "HENRY" III, 3.23.1846 - 6.20.1920, b Bielitz-Biala, Austria, s Friedrich Wilhelm II & Rosina Amalie Fuchs Adlof, i 1879, w1 Marie Johanna Weber, w2 Catharine "Catrina" Miller Martin Adlof Koch
ADLOF, MARIE JOHANNA WEBER, 3.25.1846 - 6.6.1894, b Biala, Austria, i 1879, d Johann Wilhelm & Johanna Karolina Schulz, h Friedrich Wilhelm "Henry" Adlof III (m 5.2.1870-Austria), c Richard Ernst Sr. (1871-Austria), Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1873-Austria), Herman Hugo Sr. (1883-TX), George Garrett (1888 - TX), no tombstone
KOCH, CATHARINE "CATRINA" MILLER MARTIN ADLOF, 8.9.1861 - 10.12.1935, b Germany, i 1873, h1 Husband Martin, c1 Willie Martin, h2 Friedrich Wilhelm "Henry" Adlof III (m 1.19.1895-Colorado Co., TX), c2 Henry Adlof Jr., h3 John A. Koch
KOCH, JOHN A., ? - 1.25.1931, w Catharine "Catrina" Miller Martin Adlof Koch
Information above obtained from cemetery visit, 2001 conversation with Inez Sweat Ainsworth, & information available online at www.familysearch.com.