|Augusta Von Langenhagen was born in Germany November 11, 1843. She came to America with her mother, Phillipine Tampke when she was about 2 years old. Phillipine later married Ludwig (wrong: It was Fritz) Mumme. She was raised as the oldest child in a large household of half brothers and sisters.|
Augusta married Samuel Parsons May 30, 1862 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, USA, and they had six children. She married Henry Weltner May 2, 1879 and they had three children. The names of the children are unknown.
The Augusta who married Henry Weltner was born 1849 (according to Census). Entweder ist es eine andere Augusta oder sie hat damals ihr Alter falsch angegeben, damit sie Samuel mit 13 heiraten konnte.
In the Census 1860, Augusta is not living with her parents.
At the US authorities, Philemina named her child "von Langenhagen", but there is no family "von Langenhagen" ("von" means, they are a noble family and these are well documented) in Germany. And even if, without a marriage, Augusta's name would be "Tampke". So I think, it might be a misunderstanding (or Philemina's intention) because "Langenhagen" is also a city near Hannover, where Philemina was born. Maybe she wanted to say "The father is from Langenhagen" (German: "Der Vater ist von Langenhagen").
29.03.2008 I found her in the US census 1880 as "Auguste Weltner". Her age is given with 35 (b. 1845)