The Driesbachs were married in Adams County, Illinois, at the Lutheran Church in Coatsburg, in 1894. In 1900, they are living in Bear Creek Township, Hancock County, Illinois-the county directly to the north of Adams.
Why they were there is pretty clear, at least to me. A few households down on the census enumeration is the family of Frank and Anna Goldenstein. Anna was Sophia Driesbach's sister.
My next plan of attack is to obtain the estate records of Sophia Driesbach. Since there was an executor to her will, there might be some mention of her husband--at least a place to where a notice was sent. An additional fly in the ointment is that Sophia's father died in 1913 and if his estate was not settled upon her death she would have been his heir. An additional look at his estate records may be in order as well as there may be details about the Driesbachs mentioned in Sophia's father's probate as well.
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