Details for Moritz-Hitzfeld-Jacoby House

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5171010085


Marker Number 10085
Atlas Number 5171010085
Marker Title Moritz-Hitzfeld-Jacoby House
Index Entry Moritz-Hitzfeld-Jacoby House
Address 608 N. Milam
City Fredericksburg
County Gillespie
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 512043
UTM Northing 3350239
Subject Codes houses, residential buildings; German immigrants/immigration
Marker Year 1994
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark Yes
Marker Location
Private Property No
Marker Condition In Situ
Marker Size 18" x 28"
Marker Text Built for newlyweds Edmund (1884-1958) and Anna (1881-1968) Moritz in 1907, this house has been occupied by the descendants of three of Fredericksburg's earliest families. Edmund and his father, Joseph, used limestone from their family-owned quarry nearby to build the house with the help of Anna's father, carpenter John Metzger, Sr. The house exhibits late Victorian-era styling with features of Germanic construction, which includes the use of native stone. The house was purchased by Levi and Caroline Hitzfeld in 1914 and in 1941 by Felix and Emma Jacoby. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1994

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